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Revamping the Customer Onboarding Experience with Mark Colgan

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

06:57 min | 2 months ago

Revamping the Customer Onboarding Experience with Mark Colgan

"Us a little bit a little bit more about Speak on podcast and also the product on boarders. Just you know. what do you guys do with. What's your ideal customer. Look like in in whatever you do provide to sure so with the respond pocus It's an agency so we have a team of dedicated booking agents in what we do. Is we help customers. Get on the podcast with a Already listening to so we do a ton of research to find the most relevant poll coughs reach out to the poco space with really really specific introductions. We to use web pitches. Because i know you've been. He has put cost you. Get lots of pitches. Every day we do our best to stand out from It's not aggressive sales it's overrated accumbens of of my experience with outbound sales on the matchmaking used to recruitment as well so accustomed to sign up with us. When we guarantee a certain amount of bookings on each month and we have a guaranteed to say you can say not any focused if it's not the right fit and i think it's only happened twice in it was downs more of a personal preference than anything else. That's what we do at speaking folks with the product borders is also like a productized service Me in the found the helen. We saw a need that a lot of people dry. There's a lot of content around lead generation and top of the funnel acquisition. But the but there's just not that much of a focus on activation and also turned reduction. so they're obviously. Some is some content out there but it's a minority compared to the top of the funnel staff so we decided to put our heads together and what we do. We offer a product on building review. So we go through a b. two b. companies free trial experience looking at things like the website will looking at the sign up process. I run experienced as what is the ongoing onboarding on the on boarding emails as well. We just present these back in around twenty twenty five minute video if i'm honest is quite brutal feedback. Sometimes we have to give that caveat back into People wit wit with during the reviews all but we always act as almost like the dumbest of that they will get in that apple because you'll product needs to be that simple intuitive so We've fifty reviews. I think a lot of the things that will be covering today. is really a combination of those fifty product devoting reviews that we've done in the lessons learned from older days. Great man so you've done a bunch of these reviews. What are the combination us you see with. The sales marketing handover to customer success teams for to be businesses. Yes so this is amiss to be a service that you're selling or it could be a much larger a product that you're selling well so one of the biggest pitfalls icy is that Let's start with why it's important to hand over to the customer. Success team properly not comes. Down to customers infill really appreciate it Because if they inflammation falls through the cracks they have to repeat themselves. And that's never a good experience to have especially specialist first engagement. The company wants save kind of signed a line. Oftentimes you see is what i've been in the situation as well that the team point fingers at each other when something goes wrong because no one knows. He's accountable full So having that process in place for the handovers really important. And i guess the most important thing when it comes to the unbolting of new customers that it's really is very very hard to win back. The trust of a customer once they had a bad on ordering experience linked to murphy of sixteen inches of he i think he coined the time. Seeds of chun applauded early and actually starts that planted in the sales prices as well. So maybe i can share some of the best practices that Deploy certainly i think if if i could take full main points. The first is just setting expectations with the customers during the sales process leading the know. What the on boarding process is going to be who's involved what's required from them as a customer verse is watsa expected for us business. Do that's really important in. Oftentimes it might be set on the cells gold all one of the one of the sales goals but a lot of companies. Forget that the They're selling is just one tiny part of their prospects that new customers over job not going to remember everything that you say on a cool Is important to follow up those expectations in in written format so they can always revolt back to another thing which i think was his little. Mr misalignment is not understanding how customers are actually going to measure success as a business you might have an idea of what as maybe success mouse. Things will definitely but you really wanna understand what customers are defining success a third. This is a situation. I've been in before i was in a sales role. I was closing deals. And i just didn't feel confident that the process behind the scenes after the sale closed was good enough. No no the people were going to have a great team but it just wasn't a assessing on easy to fully process so one of the things that we did to become. This was actually have a meeting between sales and customer success to officially handed with the customer. And it's all about sharing the little bits information that your customers have shed with you during the sales process. And they're really nuggets of gold because it could just be one thing they said at the end of a sentence that you realize that's really important to them so is handing over some of the informal information that you received an ulcer from the customer success. be it might not be customer success team. It might be applied delivery or could be you'll handing trubisky. That should be a standard set of questions which cost during the voting candidate meeting. And you know as an excels person it can be a waste of time. Because i just wanna go off in sell But it's really important to get right in over properly. And i guess the fine thing would be to keep the communications auto open with the customer and is often the sales person that gets the blame. If the on boarding process isn't smooth An impact your reputation as as a sales person on also impact the opportunity of increasing the lifetime value through a upsells in cross sell opportunities in the future. Because it's a road the trust of as an individual So definitely having that Donald urban and i didn't think there's anything wrong with a salesperson sending an email a few weeks off the on boarding process started saying. Hey just checking in. How's everything going for you. Oftentimes it's a clear cut handover. Sales never speaks to the customer during the on boarding process. But i really don't think there's any harm in doing so

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Breaking Down the Final Debate

Squawk Pod

06:03 min | 7 months ago

Breaking Down the Final Debate

"Want to get straight to of course the big story I don't know how late you stayed up but I stayed up to the very end president trump and vice president biden facing off last night in their final debate of before the election joining us right now to focus on the issues that matter most your money pollster and political strategist Frank Luntz Frank let's get straight to it some of the top moments from the debate this one from the first hour take a look at this. They said. Elected if he's elected, the stock market will crash. Say. Very quickly. The idea that the stock market is booming this is only measuring what's happening where I come from his scranton and climb on the people don't live off the stock. Market. So, branch I. Maybe we should start here who won this debate in your mind the mind of the undecided. From One But he did not win by a significant mark. It's not GonNa Change Votes, which is the real question in the real question who's going to win this election and did the debate have an impact? and. The answer is that it it still looks like it's going to be Joe Biden still up Psychic Donald trump ended up being his worst enemy. By the way, there were two separate debates last night. If you watch for the first twenty, twenty, five minutes envy you say that you stayed up late to watch the whole thing the first twenty or twenty five minutes Tom. Trump was calm names collected as answers were. Seis, you actually had to lean into listen to him. I was in the hall and I was watching the people around me and they were all sitting forward. Debate went on got more and more agitated with Joe Biden clearly the the idea that there is that the you'd him bothering him and Joe Biden while he did not give answers kind of answers that the public wanted they were good enough. That he did well enough that I don't think it changes the trajectory though. What does your another clip right now and then I wanna walk through what what you thought about it and what those around you thought about the economy came up again when the candidates made their final case of the night. Success is going to bring us together. We are on the road to success, but I'm cutting taxes and he wants to raise everybody's taxes and he wants to put new regulations on everything. He will kill it if he gets in, you will have a depression, the likes of which you've never seen your 401k's. We'll go to hell and it'll be a very, very sad day for this country. President. Biden. Same question to you. What will you say during your inaugural address to Americans who did not vote for you? How say? I'm an American president. Represent All of you whether you voted for me or against me. And I'm GonNa make sure that you represent. I'M GONNA. Give you. Hope we're going to move. We're GONNA choose science over fiction. WE'RE GONNA CHOOSE HOPE OVER FEAR WE'RE GONNA choose to move forward because they have enormous opportunities, enormous opportunities to make things better. We can grow this economy. So, which was the more effective final a final effort. That encapsulated the election and did not show. The Donald trump chest, your four case will go to help. With Donald Trump being explicit being accusatory. Of being very strong but but being negative. And you had Joe item in the language he used I'm an American President I represent all of you. And that Biden approach I believe is the reason why he's leading in. Anywhere from eight to eleven or twelve percent. Now are undecided looking for answers and we're looking for specifics. Frankly they were looking for solutions to what's going on and they didn't feel Joe Biden provided them, and what I think is happening is that it's a choice tween sonal, you don't want and policy your freedom. Donald Trump still presents himself. In a way that others wondering too I want more more years, BIS versus policies that they don't know at aren't. Clear, and frankly Joe Biden may have to really verify them taxes ever talked about supreme. Ever talked AB- statehood. DC. Or Co now, you're going to jump in. In the end. You believe that Donald Trump himself last night but. I. Go ahead Andrew. Frank. What about I? Mean there were allegations obviously from both sides about corruption The president tried to go hard at several points against vice, President Biden in relation to his son and some of these. Reports or theories depending on. Where you stand about them and then of course vice president. Biden went back at at at at at the president about corruption to some degree or arguing that there was corruption inside his own administration. Did I either lay a hand on each other now because what what went on with hundred buying still never clarified Donald Trump was successful in raising the issue he wasn't successful in prosecuting issue is a big difference. So that our focus group participants, they still understand what hundred didn't don't understand the connection between. This connection between hunter and his father they wanted to know more they were upset. Joe. Bind. Didn't explain more but did change their votes. No. In the end I think that former trump voters and undecided because that debate I think they're gonNA come home but Donald trump needed to to radically change the condition of this race in eleven days the advertising do speeches won't do it. The rallies won't do it. The acts won't do it. So that, you gotta give trump a minor victory because he'll bring a few voters home and it will close the race a little bit. But in the end I think Joe Biden won the

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A drone that fights mosquito-borne illnesses

Science Magazine Podcast

05:40 min | 11 months ago

A drone that fights mosquito-borne illnesses

"Mosquito borne infections like Zepa Dangi malaria and she can. Cause millions of deaths each year, many different approaches have been tried to prevent their bites, bednets, asides, fumigation, and genetic controls Nicole. Colbert and colleagues wrote this week in science robotics about a new way to deal with deadly mosquitos. Using Drones Hainkel has there. How are you pretty good? How are you and thank you very much? This approach with drones it starts with a type of genetic control used for tapping down mosquito populations. How does that part work began a mass fear them and and big laboratories there sterilize, and then take into the fields, and then ultimately released trying to integrate them into the wild population with females, so if there's a bunch of sterile males out there. There the females are not going to have very much reproductive success exactly so when a sterile mating occurs the stereo mail transfer Cerro sperm to the female, and thus ingesting a form of thoroughly within the wild population, which, if done over time with weekly release for example you can sort of suppress population dumbed quite a low level. Why has this type of method been adopted, say instead of pesticides or fumigating the area and trying to just kill all the tax. So this is a technique that was developed in the nineteen fifties. It's been used successfully against particularly agricultural pests, such as fruit flies very environmentally friendly technique. It does not have any impact on the non target organisms. Pesticides are becoming more and more regular. It's around. The world's insecticides are purchasing resistance than the population of Mosquitos and become less effective over time, and at the same time we're seeing an increase in mosquito populations around the world. It is l. pictures is managed to. Arise from the forests of Asia on colonize every continent besides toxic in the last four years then get incidents is increasing dramatically, and in light of this whol of express an urgent need for attorney mosquito control methods. Why would you need to use a drone for this method of population control in previous sterilization technique pilot trials with excuse, they've always been carried out from the ground to move towards an operational level area is most likely the way that will be going forward. Offers many advantages over grind release. You can cover much larger. And a much shorter time. It's also much more cost effective. You have less vehicles on the ground. Less labor costs associated less gasoline an idea that he's drawing. Is that once? You purchase that you have a one time cost? It's capable of flying for Bremner Say Twenty Twenty five minutes. You could perhaps carry a few hundred thousand a week. I, read a little bit less, but it is possible with. With upscaling to carry a little bit more and offers a possibility to cover quite a large area and a relatively short time. I was surprised to learn that. Mosquitoes don't travel very far. Even though they can fly, they gonNA. Stick around where they are, and so it makes sense to drop them all over the place said of releasing them from one centralized spot. That's very true. That's particularly true of eighties Egypt. It's estimated to disperse fifty to a hundred meters in its lifetime so very short distances by grind. It would just be so much more tedious, but if you have a drawn, you can just go up there and ensure you're making a a nice homogenous distribution with your release, and perhaps aiden with the dispersal. When you tested this I in the lab. What did you have to optimize to get this little carrier that you made that attached to the drone? What did you have to focus on to get it to work? It was a really intensive twelve months in the lab. There was so many things that had to be optimized both from our side, and also on the side of the the X. Ngo that we were collaborating with we need to. To look at things like the idea of storage temperature traditionally when be up to the release of sterile insects, usually in a chilled state, so they're sleeping. We needed to know what the best temperature was for that, and also when we have kept them asleep I alone. Hell long did it take to wake up after they've been sleeping and that's particularly important when releasing by air because you want them to wake up before they reach the ground. Out Results, minutely bill determined the height that you can actually fly the drone up, so we were looking at that as well as things like the level of compaction, we want to try carry many mosquitoes in one flight as we can, but when you put look of them, you're talking tens of thousands one box. They're going to be weighed down on top of each other and the ones that the boom bill eventually become damaged, so we can optimize in the. The maximum amount that we could put in one canister, and ultimately how many Mosquitos could release per flight? Another parameter we look that was wind resistance. When you're flying a drone a certain speed, there's going to be quite effective wind when they come drawn, so we wanted to know have affected our I mean does disease damage wings can this fly is lethal? So we made wind tunnel Metex observe flight ability after being subjected to various speeds of wind and we. We also looked at the drop speed again to determine the height of release. So when you drop a sleeping skew, have quickly. Does it full and again that would help determine the height of release

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Traveling Without Identification

Pure Life Podcast

10:17 min | 1 year ago

Traveling Without Identification

"Thought we'd shift gears a little bit and really focus instead on a particular destination. Focus on a you issue of travel. That is quite challenging to some as well as can be very very stressful to others. And it's something that unfortunately we we all probably have to face at one point in time or the other and it's something that I learned painfully how to how to deal with how to overcome and that is Traveling without identification during the holiday season. Obviously you know. We're in a big rush to go off and do things. There's a million things on our plates needs to do you know family. We got to visit with friends. We got a visit with Iran up. Work we gotta hope Santa comes all that fun stuff and You know sometimes we can be a rush to head out to the airport or or you know catch that flight or you know jump out of an Uber are and you know we may leave some things behind I myself was heading to a work function fairly recently where I was waking very very early To fly out of San Francisco up into the northwest and again it was a very early on was kind of a last minute thing and I got myself up was taking the first flight out of San Francisco up to the North West Coast and yeah. I jumped in the car parked in got to the security line about a good two twenty twenty five minutes before the scheduled departure time. I'm so the gates. Were just opening up and people were just starting to get onto the plane and so is zip up to San Francisco's security check and I fly united auto frequent flier so I had priority pass to get through the line. Go Up to the line. I've got my my cell phone with me which I keep with me all the time reach into my back pocket for my I d only to discover. Oh No I don't have my wallet now. A couple of things going through my mind. At the time I had a pretty important trip to do I was going up to the North West Coast for a Four convention I was one of the keynote speakers Last you know last day of the of the the event and I'm the speaker scheduled to be there at certain time and I'd just time the flights according to be able to get me to the venue Do My speech talk to some folks. Maybe meet some customers in that sort of thing and in hop on a flight back home and be home in time for dinner so unthinking a couple of things are going through my mind you know do I do I chance it. Try and get on the plane. Do I go back home. Getting my idea it's GonNa we'll take another hour to get home in our get back. That's two hours gone. Plus I need to try and find space on another flight. Who knows what time that would be By that time the speech is gone or done. The opportunity is. There's nobody else there to realistically give the speech so I thought let me chance it. Let's let's see what we can do. So so I took my boarding pass which was on my phone and I wanted to. TSA agent. And I. I lied I I thought. Well what's what's a surefire way that's invincible That can get me onto extra screening. That's needed and in potentially really helped me connect or get on my flight so I went up to the first. TSA agent. I could find in here in the states. We use transportation security agency. TSA agents. They are graduate every major port of entry into the United States as well as every major airport across the country and typically okay these folk. They're pretty good at what they do on. Don't have a real good sense of humor. They deal with a lot of people day in and day out and it's you know it can be a bit of a drag so I wanted to wanted to try and in use a narrative or storyline that I thought would be a pretty common something that normally would happen and be. was you know Urgent enough to where they wouldn't tell me we'll just go back or do something else. So like I said I found the the The closest agent. I could see or find if you will and Had My boarding pass in my hand on my phone and I said Hey look you know I I just I just got out of Hotel in San Francisco and someone had stolen my wallet. I didn't even realize until I got here. And I'm due to be on a flight in like fifteen minutes. What can can I do? How can I get out of here and I said I've got my idea on my phone? Everything is I don't know about. You can't use your phone. The reason that they do that as you could look anything you could. You could falsify anything on your phone. It's it's not a legally binding document so no matter what you have on your phone. It doesn't matter somehow. They've got a validate -ality prove verify. Who you are and you are who you claim to be? And so there's a number of ways that they do that so I told the agent. Hey look you in my wallet was stolen. I have no idea where it is. I'm supposed to be on this flight. I don't know what to do what. What are my options? And they said well you can still catch your flight but we need you to go through Special screening in secondary screening. Once we've verified who you are. I said perfect. Let's let's let's try that and let's see where we can go. So they pulled me aside and they took me to a secluded area in the main screening area and those of view travel a lot in the states to know that. There's a little kiosks at the end of every one of those massive lines and there's an agent that will look at your identification will look at your boarding pass ask. Will you know. Do a quick scan of your boarding pass put a little check mark on it or whatnot. I'm saying that they validated your ID and or that you may have been in quote unquote randomly selected for some additional screening so I went to a secluded area where there was no line and then then the agent kept a security guard with me so he could keep you know monitoring me and then they went into another room about two to three minutes later. They came back with a list of big old print. It out piece of paper they ask me for my name asked me for some identify. You know identify Identifying things about me my home address I don't think asked my social security A couple of other little things. Where were and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah was my driver's license number? All that stuff I head off hand so you rule of thumb. You remember member your driver's license number. That's a very important thing to know In addition to social security numbers and other things like that So here in the states you know. Make sure you have an understand or memorize your driver's license number. I'm because that's a very handy thing to have in terms of helping to verify who you are so fortunately I knew that a new expiration date and all that fun stuff and so then he proceeded to ask me a series of questions now. The questions weren't necessarily difficult except except for the fact that they wanted to know my home addresses or any address. I'd been associated with going back to like ten years. Now I'd I've been in my current residents for more than ten years. No problem is very very easy to do Blah Blah Blah however my dad Ni- share the same name and his address kept popping up and So they were asking me about his addresses. No I don't live there. I live here and they said well we could. Would there be another address that you could potentially have lived at or be associated with thinking I can think of my sister's my dad. My mom relatives who. Oh my dad. My Dad and I showed him. He's as I said. Yes there's address here okay. That was one of the things that was on the list. My Mother's maiden name where my mother grew up certain questions again are part of my background part of a quote unquote file that I guess the. TSA or some government agency keeps on me information that I would would know That is not readily posted on some kind of Website somewhere. I'm so it was really easy for them to to have a clear understanding of WHO. Why was based on a series of questions? These questions were fairly random Like I said some personal and for bits of information about my mom. Some details about my dad the addresses some events in my history as well that Fairly well documented if you know where to go to get those those those that bit of information and and so in about I'd say ten minutes I'd answered the series of questions seemed to be okay. I had Eh to receive a printed boarding pass to allow me to get through and so I had to wait for that and I answered all the questions satisfactorily. They let me go through. What what that basically means is that I got through to the next round of screening? which was you know the metal detector and the Pat Down and all that fun stuff? Well forget metal detectors. They're not GonNa let you go through the US your you immediately into secondary screening and secondary screening for those of you who aren't familiar with it. Secondary Screening inning is where they pat you down and they'll go through your belongings and fortunately for me. It was a day trip for the day. I just had my briefcase with me which had my laptop the power cord and you know my ipad perhaps headphones nothing really in in my bag. All pulled everything out went through it with a fine-tooth comb rubbed all that special paper that's supposed to detect any type of explosives and stuff like Over everything patted me down head to Toe Joe and really patted me very intimate. With the young little fellow. There is cute guy. I'M NOT GONNA lie but the quite my

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And then ball still loose almost recovered then it gets to five and then you saw Arrow going through snow recover that that fumble there's another play in the boundary where opposite sideline he had really good coverage quarterback through it and he just knew he fast as a football player with with everything he's doing and go ahead data one of the things I thought was very very interested in the game we're I must admit I didn't stay in the weather I went up in the press box to get out of the weather I'm feel guilty about that uh-huh the pre-game the pre-game our team came out dressed differently than they know I don't think maybe in the old days back in the seventy as I don't know if we were shoulder pads became pre-game but talk about that a little bit and the pre-game and the way they came out to warm up well we we didn't come out in the uniforms and the pads we came out a somewhat repellent Rain repellent top that Gary Hazlet and and sunny got it's just with the idea of keeping them dry and then when they went back in the locker room they wouldn't be wet and cold for another twenty twenty five minutes before for they went out and keep the keep jerseys and the pads is as dry as possible and with that we are going to right a letter of accommodation to Gary Hazlet and his staff because it was one of the most remarkable equipment manager efforts that I have ever seen to where he had he had alternate game jerseys and pants and socks and t shirts and underwear and no.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"I've ever owned in my life for whatever sport number twenty one. overall athlete though I think that should be a part of what it is. more than once. I'm sure if you get one pretty fast thank you for your call us you could long jump and one pretty fast you be good with other sports I just didn't see it so that's my criteria does your wrong gal but it means different criteria then you. by the way just in school will be still going strong. and done it right down to girls I don't know how I miss them. forty two innings twenty five this young up okay what do you mean to jump on you like that. for twenty twenty five minutes two home runs. eighty two strikeouts in eighteen walks outstanding. if you currently when I was talking about my goodness. one point forty six ERA. eighteen walks. sixty five strikeouts nothing great on strike outs close as nineteen saves hearing. only three home runs. him. hello man man a question when the dog is real up and coming stars is eleven five two point five six hundred thirty three innings ninety three has seven home runs which is good thirty one hundred forty eight strikeouts was tried what combination of pretty good there too. Casey my actually should end up he slumped toward the end before they shut him down. he is a three point two OO. six in three. seventy eight innings seventy six strikeouts five home runs sixty nine is great first step in the social second half. Alex fido. okay is here is a little high three point nine but six and seven too many home runs seventeen and under fifteen innings but. hundred thirty four strikeouts and twenty five walks out standing there. and the..

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Justify - A Legacy Questioned

In The Gate

07:34 min | 1 year ago

Justify - A Legacy Questioned

"Justify another exhilarating exhibition by the supremely gifted athlete. He's on the dizzying. US enter greatness the winning the Santa Anita Derby clearly from both arrive according to an article written by Joe Drape in the New York Times shortly after this race justify vite tested positive for a banned substance called scopolamine in humans scopolamine is used to treat motion sickness or nausea. That's it's caused by say anesthesia. But why would it end up in a horse. Is it a performance enhancing drug. SCOPOLAMINE is in the least greeted grievous class of drugs. According to the guidelines of the Association of Racing Commissioners International Still The Times article reported that justify had had three hundred nanograms per milliliter which a veteran drug lab official called excessive according to The Times the California horse racing being bored waited nearly three weeks to alert Bob Baffert that the horse had had a positive drug test that was nine days before the Kentucky Derby then the Times Times reports. It took nearly four more months before the board made a final decision on the matter in August. They dismissed it. The New York Times article clearly clearly raises quite a few questions about the results the process and the information spelled out in the story so to help us. Shed some light on this we we welcome in one of the California horse racing board members involved in the process Jesse Choper who is now retired from the board and is also a professor meritous of law at cal Berkeley and a constitutional scholar in fact when Mr Choper finished law school he served as the clerk for the Chief Justice Disobey the Supreme Court Earl Warren so Mr Choper. Let's take this one step at a time first of all. What do you remember about. I hearing about a positive test for justify the horse that had at that point won the Santa Anita Derby and would be heading to the Kentucky Derby that horse you know always a famous course so it seems to me that I would have remembered something I thought about when you cut in touch with me and it may well be you know we do dozens of cases on this every month so I I it seemed to me as as I looked over the whole thing that everything was done pursuant to protocol I think that the racing board at the time should be commended rather than criticized for what it is what it what it didn't that case why the you know the Horse was considered to be the number one horse at the time and to going to run in the the the triple crown. Look for it and what we did is we we listen to the case it involved in drug. I should say drug that has since been stated to be one that is not forbidden at all okay but at the time it was my experience on the racing board is always been that we are overly sensitive to this. I think we have the most thorough investigations on these matters or or considerations these matters than any racetrack in the country AH outside of California certainly been including outside but you know any any race track we do the same thing for all all of the local California race tracks so he did get a positive on it and I I imagine although Oh I don't know that I I recall it that they asked it to be done it over again. I don't know I think it was renewed. As a positive and I think it was agreed to be a positive subsequently after that the board considered it I my guess in something something like this is a twenty twenty five minute conversation and I truthfully do not remember exactly what happened but I imagine that at that time we did not put the horse. disqualified a horse from their race that he had entered well. Let's take a one step at a time here first of all. Do you recall whether justify was the only horse to test test positive at that time for scopolamine. No Okay Doctor Arthur the Ecuadoran medical director director told a member of the Vegas Stats and information network that six horses tested positive. I must say that if Rick said that and that's the fact he is a he his he's the most he's the most respected of the people with the whole country in terms of being the medical medical representative that reports to the board. So what did you end and the other CHR be commissioners know about this drug scopolamine what it does to a horse how it gets into a horse etc at the time. I'm sure that we were informed about it. Okay but I certainly don't recall so the CHR be then notified Bob Baffert who as you mentioned ordered a second test a B sample of the urine there always to in case something goes wrong the first time and it came back positive yes. Yes that's right so the New York. Times article says the sports rules were not followed Mo.. We should point out that there is no one governing body for the sport in this country each state that sanctions horse racing makes its own rules so so in California. What is the timeframe for reviewing these samples. The is is I reviewed by Stewart. It's at the race track. They go for it. They make a judgement that can be appealed and then some of them can be appealed to be reviewed by the racing board on a number of them. We look at it over the written record and decide. It's not worth ah the time of the Board to review it otherwise we do review. What if you ask me if we reviewed it. I don't know I think we probably did eh. The New York Times article said that Bob Baffert was notified nine days before the Kentucky Berbie which would have been over three weeks since the result of the test was made known to you. What do you know about out that and how do you feel about that timeframe. I don't have any idea that as to whether this was any different than the ordinary timeframe that would occur under the circumstances of the facts of this case

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Dairy Free Pineapple and Coconut Party Cupcakes Recipe

Healthy Eating For Kids

06:51 min | 1 year ago

Dairy Free Pineapple and Coconut Party Cupcakes Recipe

"I hope that you enjoy this recipe and enjoy baking taking it particularly. If you have any birthdays other parties coming up for whatever's left of summer we don't usually have lots of recipes with sort of a frosting so i noticed that my young my two year old tended to eat the frosting and not as much of the cake and i did wonder if perhaps a pineapple chunks that we use maybe a bit too big and perhaps i needed to chop it up a little bit more so you could definitely give that a try particularly. If you decide that you lied to reduce the sugar in the recipe down by twenty percent sent also which you can do that if you feel that the recipe is too high should i wasn't too worried because it was her birthday and i was quite happy to treat treat to this delicious recipe but she did of goes end up eating off the frosting and not as initiate get through sort of hoff's cupcake cupcake and then she'd sort of lead the rest and usually it'll be my food a four year old who finish it up as she really you know she's quite food in love sweet things but my youngest is a bit more particular with what she likes to eat so let's get straight into into it. In terms of the ingredients you need some plain flour one hundred twenty grams one hundred and forty grams of casta sugar one and a half teaspoons of baking taking powder a pinch of sold forty grams of a dairy free spread one hundred twenty most of cooking so i used used a can of coke high-quality cognitive it was really rich and creamy so you will need to add a spoon or i using a four just his beat the can vigorously so that the cream and the milk in the ten combined while together and a bit of vanilla extract harvey spoon to be precise one a if you want to make this recipe vegan the kneecap of goethe news either banana or flex egg and then i also opened a can of pineapple and i pulled out about three to four pineapple who rings and then finally desiccated coconut to decorate you will also need to prepare some coconut frosting. If it's for a special occasion or you could just serving serving on its own the coconut frosting is basically prepared with icing sugar dairy free spread and the coconut milk and all all of the ingredients and respite instructions will be in the block post-polling to in the show notes for you. Now at this recipe is brilliant to get the kids involved so they really enjoyed helping me measure out the ingredients poor the you know flower into the mix and i found my four year old eating quite a bit of the battle helping us up to the pine poop so there was a lot of eating going on rather than helping me make cupcakes but that's fine. It's all part of the experience and they enjoy so. That's the main thing and i really enjoyed bonding with them. Over this recipes though without further ado so what do you need to put the flour sugar baking powder and the assault with the dairy free spread in a free standing electric mixer using the pedal attachment of us a electric one of those hand and held beaters. You want to use the whisk attachments and then you want you beat it together. You find that it makes this sandy consistency consi type final product and then you add all of the wet ingredients including the egg and the coconut milk and the vanilla extract and once that's all combined it so easy you just spoon out into a twelve hole muffin tray. You obviously want to pop in some pay cases into the muffin hose or i was thinking. Actually this is quite a sweet recipes. You could get one of although silicon many cupcake trays that would be quite useful if you want to make them into really small mini cupcakes up case otherwise the regular standard twelve inch hole or twelve whole cupcake trays will do the job perfectly fine aziz spoon it all in until it's about two thirds full then you add the chopped up pieces of pie brunell. I thought we talked it up reasonably okay okay but i did think that for my two year old maybe smaller even smaller pieces would have been helpful again. See the pictures of how big is drop them in the corresponding block bowls so once that was all poured into muffing trays it just meant enjoy oven that was preheated at one hundred seventy degrees celsius and it was in there about twenty minutes twenty twenty five minutes and once it was cool. We just talked it up with the coconut frosting and i use some desiccated coconut to decorate and it was delicious. It did stay well in the fridge review days as well. I did find that it was it was quite a heavy textured. I dish but it was very moist. My wainscott were little bit. Ordinary founded used up most of the coconut cream from the ten so although although the recipe says one hundred twenty miles. I think i used doubled that in fairness for the rest we it was quite moist so oh you can't use a bit more of the coconut cream if you want to. It gives you the really nice tropical flavor and i loved it. I would very happily make thank this again. Perhaps with a bit less sugar the next time if it's just for you know a week baking with the kids but i love the fact that it has fruit in it and if you want to you could always use the cocoa super for the kids because that would be calcium forty five bye and that would be a really nice way of making the getting your child's daily calcium intake as well and when you make the frosting thing i would use oatley clem fresh. I love that product is also calcium

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Kevin Durant out for Game 1 of NBA Finals; DeMarcus Cousins upgraded to questionable

The Leadoff Spot

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Kevin Durant out for Game 1 of NBA Finals; DeMarcus Cousins upgraded to questionable

"Warriors, raptors one of the ones that's been talked about a lot or just maybe less so than the Kevin Durant is the DeMarcus cousins factor. And it's it's for me. Not just so much about to be honest with you. It wouldn't shock me at all if he if he gets healthy, if he plays because I personally not, you know, to play doctor anything, but just as far as whether or not it's smart to plug a guy in or or what your thoughts are plugging a guy who hasn't played in a in a number of weeks ago hasn't played really very many games over the warriors, in general, I sort of look at the Damian Jones situation where he'd missed all that time four months or whatever it was three months, six months with the, the torn pack. And I thought, hey young player you're going to need him to get right? And get healthy. 'cause he's going to be a huge part of the starting line of next year for the warriors. But I thought even if he got healthy, there's no way you plug them in and, and have this work come, and we ate Western Conference. Finals and they did. It was times where it worked. There was other moments where they threw him in a couple of minutes he play and he getting a foul trouble. And you'd pull them out. But I think about DeMarcus cousins, a guy who for the duration of his NBA career has been a starter guy who's been a big score. A guy who has started every game he's ever played for the warriors when he came back from the achilles injury. Steve Kerr, sort of unequivocally said he's our starter. It doesn't really matter. We're going to plug a man he's gonna play put the the minutes restriction on him, but they said, hey, leading up to the NBA all star break that four days or three days off. They get February. He said he's going to be the starter. I think they, they weren't playing back to back and they played him about twenty twenty five minutes every game before he got hurt on a I mean, sort of, I mean, the, the irony for a guy like DeMarcus cousins, who's been told his whole career that he's a, a cancer in the locker room and that he's a team killer coach killer. And he comes out and he gets hurt and his first postseason oughta hustle play a guy who's, who's trying to help US TV more than even. Had to do funny. I was reading about that yesterday. And I went who they play in the first round. Oh, that's right. The LA clippers. The cliffs, that's a four-game set. Nope. No biggie took them, six to take down the clip show. But to markets cousins, you're here in his is now questionable for game one. I wonder whether or not. I would almost I would almost guarantee he doesn't start. I feel like that's probably not the best role. But you wonder what type of, of rehabilitation is this guy done not physically for his body before his image and for his reputation around the league whether or not saying, hey, I will be a role player for this warriors team will get him more money and more offers this office. I don't know. I I'm curious about it, and I'm curious about whether or not Steve Kerr will say, hey, you are the starter. Because I don't think that there's a, a Lockton starter right now. And I feel like if you've got a smaller lineup in surgery Baca, you've got a bigger guy out there at times with Marcus saw, I've not, not quite sure how he'll fair I it'd be an interesting moment. If, if they get to markets cousins on the floor and exactly what his role will be. It will he be okay with being a type of player that maybe in the first few games he is using these valuable and then ends up getting I don't know sort of fit to the bench the way we've seen big men in the NBA, especially in the playoffs sorta get misused or not used. It all because they get exposed for the sort of clunky footed guys that they are. We saw it with Nikola mirror teach in the series with the bucks. And the raptors where I mean he's he's good player. That's the guy can stretch out knockdown threes for you, yet, he became a hazard on the court because they were going out of defensively play after play. Same sort of thing happened with brook Lopez. He of course add a few big moments. But if you're a guy who's who's not a complete big man or cannot move the way, Draymond green moves in a smaller lineup even the way search of moves. It's going to be tough for DeMarcus cousins, so something to pay

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Hey, how you doing there telling Lok? Yes, I was calling this is Luther Fave from winters warehouse. And I'm about thirty minutes away. I was running late. But I'll be there before. Okay. I was looking for is twenty three. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So I'm about thirty minutes out from what? To beat to deliver. What I'm delivering the teen. Teen teen deal team. Tintin deal. The ten windows the teen doors for ten thousand any size. Now you had around. Well, I'm coming out to do all the framework today. I don't have nothing, ma'am. You guys are the ones who ordered all of this material and everything is cut to size. Yes. Yes. I'm listening to just talk. I don't know what they've done to you. Right. Might hang up the phone. Sounds great. I've got to complete the order because you got. No, ma'am. Calm down. What's wrong with you? Hello. Hey, how you doing man? I'm sorry about that. We accidentally got disconnected. Okay. So what I'm gonna do today? What you ain't gonna do nothing. Here. Can I speak to the other lady? Now, speaking to see sound like a man. I don't want to talk to you guys when I get there, then so we're gonna come over the I don't want to start to tear those windows out and knocked down the doors now. No, no, no, no. Man. Why are you going to call the police because you ordered the teen Tiki ordered a damn thing may already? So I'll see you in about another twenty twenty five minutes, man. Why are you so bad mother? You got the wrong the wrong damn house? So bring your own. Okay. So I'm gonna. Yes, ma'am. How are you? Ok okay. Do you know what you you real nice? When I changed my voice to sound like a woman..

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"What are you doing? I mean, come on. It's people that are they they stay up. They make huge parties audit head trauma. Why I think they were? I think they were exaggerating a little bit of that things. On the east coast. The game doesn't end till. Ten or quarter after ten but for the rest of the country. You know for I woke up at nine thirty yesterday. And and the game was already over him. It was over for twenty twenty five minutes. I think ended like right after nine o'clock so about four and a half hours. Four and a half hours. No, a three and a half hours start at five thirty. Yeah. Little over three and a half time is longer and that's not enough time to sleep it off and get to work. Apparently, not well, I know coming in. I knew it was the the the Super Bowl because it was shortly after sometimes coming into sometimes coming into work if the Cowboys on the Thursday night game or if they're playing a Thursday night or a Monday night game or sometimes the Sunday night game. It's that's happened. And all of a sudden all of a sudden now realizes I'm coming in because I'll take a different route. If I know I'll I'll go to the I'll go to the highway another five miles down the road that heads north and south instead of the tollway that's closer. But I've got caught in the tollway a few times. It's like, whoa. But I knew I knew coming in last night. I was like, wow, traffic was a lot. Was was a lot more active and a lot more last night coming into work. So normally it's Sunday night coming into work. It's like that. Nobody's on the roads. Yeah. We're all over the you know, right after the game. Yeah. But can't sleep it off and get to work. Wow. Yeah. A tenth of employs plan to be out of offices February fourth according to the survey conducted by monster dot com..

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"What are you doing? I mean, come on. It's people that are they stay up. They make huge parties audit head trauma. Why I think they were I think they were exaggerating. But you see that things. On the east coast. The game doesn't end till. Ten or quarter after ten but for the rest of the country. It's you know for I woke up at nine thirty yesterday. And the game was already over. It was over for twenty twenty five minutes. I think it like right after nine o'clock so about four and a half hours. Four and a half hours. No, a three and a half hours start at five thirty. Yeah. Little over three and a half time is longer and that's still not enough time to sleep it off and get to work. Apparently not. But I know coming in. I knew was the the the Super Bowl because it was shortly after sometimes coming into sometimes coming into work if the Cowboys on Thursday night game or if they're playing and Thursday night or a Monday night game or sometimes the Sunday night game. That's happened. And all of a sudden realizes I'm coming in. Because they'll take a different route up. I know I'll I'll go to the I'll go to the highway another five miles down the road that heads north and south instead of the tollway that's closer. But I've got caught in the tollway a few times. It's like, whoa. But I knew I knew coming in last night. I was like, wow, traffic was a lot. Was it was a lot more active and a lot more last night coming into work. So normally it's Sunday night coming into work. It's like that. Nobody's on the road. Yeah. Right after the game. Yeah. But can't sleep it off and get to work. Wow. Yeah. A tenth of employees plan to be out of offices February fourth according to the survey conducted by monster dot com..

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"This is Luther from wizards warehouse. I was calling to let you guys know that I'm about thirty minutes out. I'm on my way to do the install because. Ow. Hello. Hey, how you doing? Yes. Yes. I was calling this is faith from winters warehouse. And I'm about thirty minutes away. I was running late. But I'll be there before. Okay. I was looking for is twenty three. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So I'm about thirty minutes out from. Well, I'm delivering the deal. By the teen. Teen teen deal. What? The ten windows the ten doors for ten thousand any size. Now you hadn't around. To do all the framework today. I don't have nothing, ma'am. You guys are the ones who ordered all of this material and everything is cut to size. Yes. Yes. I'm listening to just talk. I'm not I don't know what they've done to you. Right. Hang up the phone. Phone. That's great. I got a complete the order because you ma'am, what's wrong with you. Hello. Hey, how you doing man? I'm sorry about that. We accidentally got disconnected. Okay. So what I'm gonna do today? What you ain't gonna do nothing here. Can I speak to the other lady was speaking to she sounded like a man? We'll talk to you guys when I get there then so we're gonna come over there. And I'm going to start to tear those windows out and knocked down the doors. No, no, no, no, no. Walkout, man. Why are you going to call the police because you ordered a damn Thang already? So I'll see you in about another twenty twenty five minutes. Blown away. Why are you? So. So bring your own. Okay. So I'm going to bring. Yes, ma'am. How are you? Okay. Oh, okay. What you you real nice? When I changed my voice to sound like a woman. What you on? No, we.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

"I've had all types of fun reviews, but the majority of them I see that are written are positive, which all comes back to the whole idea of speaking up. If you get value from this ever speaking up, it becomes so impactful. This woman continues onto give me four, five, maybe even six great podcasts, topic ideas. Through Instagram's messenger. I love that. That's so much fuel for me because sure I'm living my own life and I'm experiencing my own gifts of my own journey that I share with you, but it's different when I listen or asked me to potentially cover insert whatever it is you want me to cover. I only know that if you raise your hand, if you get a little uncomfortable, if you actually speak up and share with me the good and the bad, like I can take the bat, I'm good with it. Truly doesn't bother me because I know every time one of you gives me something bad to consider. Not only is there some truth in it that I need to accept and realize. But also gives me an opportunity to expand to become more than. If every person on the planet and I had the best podcast ever than how much better could ever get. I don't think I could. I just be stagnant. Which ultimately would the first correspondence was on Instagram from this from this woman. Like just be careful. You might be getting stagnant like maybe you hit your million downloads in your fire is not there anymore. I had to take a moment and think to myself, is that true. This woman had the balls to speak up and share with me. Like, yeah, in some capacity after the first million downloads and hundred fifty, some odd episodes. Some of my fire might begun every once in a while. I get self consumed. I could self absorbed. I'm shooting training videos for my. You know, I'll call it life optimization coaching. I got a marketing company. I'm trying to run. I got a CD business. I'm trying to optimize. I've got podcasts, shoot. I've got a life to live. I've got a wife and a daughter to take care of. I've got guys in the office to be friends with. And sometimes if I'm speaking of. This isn't always the top of my priority list. Sometimes a fuel on the fire that I bring to this particular environment. As I sit in this office and I said a part time and you might only here fifteen twenty twenty five minutes of an episode, but there's pre-production time and a little post production time, and there's mental setup, and there's there's just all these different things that go into it. And sometimes I'm just not all the way fucking in. The have realized from my post on Sunday from the podcasts at aired this past Sunday about book reviews. I laughing. We shot this episode and I thought it was like the worst episode ever shop before. It was all over the damn place. I literally flipping through this book..

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NYC health commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett to take Harvard job

Roe Conn

03:04 min | 3 years ago

NYC health commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett to take Harvard job

"Intelligence tradecraft criminal efforts to suppress voting. And provide illegal. Campaign financing Donald Trump has spent most of his presidency questioning and, denying, that Russia interfered in the last election Andy Field ABC news Washington a. Big landmark reached today on Wall Street apple became the first. Trillion dollar company and chess think, in nineteen Ninety-seven apple was teetering on, the, edge of bankruptcy it stock was trading for less than, a Bach but then came the iphone apple now valued at one trillion dollars as other tech stocks have been faltering apple is setting records correspondent Alex stone a seventeen. Year old girl in custody after a hit and run in Suffolk County police say Veronica Baraki has. Now been charged in the death of thirty two year old Cy year Rodriguez he was hit early, today as he walked on the shoulder of Broadway in Huntington and Baraki fled the scene six, Rutgers University football players are not reporting to training camp tomorrow the athletes aren't showing up Due to an investigation by the university on a possible credit card fraud case nj dot com reports. The Middlesex County prosecutor's office is providing legal guidance to the Rutgers police during the investigation which shows. Just how serious and, complex, this case appears to be currently none of. The players have been charged with any wrongdoing while players in their attorneys. Have been cooperating with police an addition as. Many as a players are being investigated I'm Lisa, g. for seven ten w. o. r. the massive car fire near reading in northern California's almost five thousand. Acres bigger today and containment. Is stalled, fifteen hundred structures destroy just under one hundred twenty six thousand acres have been destroyed. New York City's health Commissioner resigning to take a job at Harvard University school of public health Dr Mary. Bassett is stepping down at the end of the month and first step you Commissioner Cirrus bar Bo. Is stepping in on interim basis dodger Bassett whose sixty five has been the. Head of the city's health Department since two thousand fourteen. And has overseen several crises including any bullets scare and several deadly legionnaires outbreaks her departure come says the department of, investigation looks into. Why the health department failed to send reports tonight about children with elevated lead levels I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seven ten w. o. r. and the news brought. To. You by Online Trading Academy attend a free investing class this week register online at o. TA class dot com. Now here's Adrian Watson w. traffic aided already George Washington. Bridge five to ten minutes, from eighty ninety five Lincoln tunnel is about a twenty twenty five minute delay in thirty five to forty out Holland ten minutes. In forty to forty five on the Al pound side also that westbound extend the. Turnpike is heavy and outbound Pulaski skyway also heavy route seventeen northbound Franklin avenue has brake lights. That. Is an accident those delays are starting to back up as. Well the Bruckner northbound by the Sheridan watch for a crash westbound cross Bronx. Delays from Westchester avenue on out this report brought to you by Wendy's You might not think Wendy's when you think of chicken. Tenders but she should Wendy's chicken tenders have the perfect ratio of crispy breading on the outside and tender juicy chicken on the inside try..

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France beats Belgium to advance to World Cup final

SportsCenter AllNight

02:44 min | 3 years ago

France beats Belgium to advance to World Cup final

"Fifty fifth win this season fifty five wins most before the allstar break in franchise history royals a nine four win over the twins we don't say royals win all that often kansas city snapping a ten game losing streak had been the second longest streak in baseball this season tigers had an eleven game i'm losing streak in june sportscenter allnight espn radio france a one nil win over belgium at the world cup on tuesday france moving into the world cup finals they are now three two and one in all time in world cup semifinals so the guy's a pti the french they'll get either croatia or england in the final but is you have to consider them favorites to win it all right and you almost have to right i mean not only this feel like sort of the western conference finals of the nba where it was the real final hour you've got croatian on the other side kind of a cinderella england you talked about them yesterday on their they're sort of fortunate path to this point but man if it wasn't for tibo courtois would have been a blowout he'll play so well i mean you mentioned him bobby not only kilian mbappe a really fun to say but that guy super scale backheel pass in the box that almost led to that team is playing great yeah he's he's only nineteen years old thing about the french and we talk about all the time you look at their history they have very creative players over the years don cherry on renowned antoine grease ma but they're also winning now because of their defense you know they didn't give up a goal in their last match against uruguay that inconceiva goal today as well and belgium in belgium has nothing to be ashamed about terrific tournament they knocked out brazil they came back from two nothing down against japan france though is just a better team defensively with lauriston goal and then they have such creative players that caused so many problems for posing he saw belgian with that comeback against japan right in twenty minutes essentially scoring three goals here and with plenty of you know with about twenty twenty five minutes left to play in this game you thought okay they're going to get their chances to broin you seemed like he was stopped him lukaku i think he had that one pass didn't have a great game but you didn't think anybody given this term they've scored fourteen goals to this point you didn't think anybody would keep them from scoring and france did that and again on the other side it could have been two or three goals you know what's interesting about belgium their game winning goal against japan is scored off a corner kick that they defended and at least they did the same thing against brazil and in this match they conceded a goal on koernke those are so important today they got beat at the most important time of the grants england would be fun croatia i in the final on wednesday sportscenter allnight espn radio wimbledon serena williams advances again she dropped the first set but winds up moving onto the.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"The history of sports it's it's all it's not gonna take much of a match the gas is all sitting there the the fans being flame somebody's gonna throw a match probably lavar ball i think that's probably the outside of those three i think that's the biggest thing i think conundrum right now is lavar ball lonzo ball situation depending on what happens with rondo at the beginning of the year to me i'm not the other three i think are professional enough and again alvin gentry is great i thought what rondo did in new orleans was absolutely wonderful despite his reputation and what went on but we haven't even talked about that lonzo issue because i do think it comes to a point where rondo is going to be on the court and we're going to start to hear the backdrop of murmuring from the var how would the lakers in the brine you got any include the brunton handle that situation going in that that's that's going to be the key to me all right to another team making questionable decisions the rockets who have seen two major role players trevor aretha in luke imbaba mugabe leave in free agency and an hour reportedly determined to sign carmelo anthony the rock is just pushed golden state the seven games but they look to be a pretty different team next year cowher the rockets still the number one threat to the warriors i don't think so i don't i think they're desperate at forward listen you cannot be deficient at forward in the west you got durant now you gotta lebron now you got colli leonard now you just can't be week there and they are and those were willful long athletic defenders at a reasonable price but this is what happens chris paul demands a max by by trevor rees it and clint capello wants to be paid like a star though he can't shoot and twenty eighteen by by luke this is what happens jason we look at the golden state dynasty in what we've never given enough credit to is smarts kevin durant last year same time i'll take less money to keep on radio dolla principal this year i wanna max you're never healthy golden state's dynasty is been formed off drafting smart it's been off being smart last year at this time golden state had the same dilemma kevin durant second best player in the world take less chris poll played fifty games this year he wants a max this is what happens there window close yeah i don't think the rockets are the number one threat and i'm not even sure if there is a number one threat to the glass in the west or may not be but you know right now i'm utah okay see looked like to me the best contenders but it certainly in the houston rockets eighteen tombaugh and carmelo as solution even if you signed carmelo you've got to be upfront and honest what his role is going to be you got to do that from day one if you wanna come here this is your rhode twenty twenty five minutes whether that's coming off the bench you're not gonna get x amount of shots you have to put the onus on camello to make a decision but i always thought this houston team to me they weren't built for the long term and what i mean by that boston is philly is even golden state because they still youthful in their prime position houston your best player second best player is chris paul thirtythree been injured tembo coming back now for another year james harden's a little bit older so this houston team now you lose trevor rees it he was still over so what was that run off to me going to be for houston if they didn't win it in this window of this year next year what was going to be i never liked that make up in regards to long term success for houston and i think we see playing out they're going to have to pay creek clint capella

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Jefferson minutes because i think do any ad is clearly trying to you know build on the success they had this last year how much my thinking was that i think he was the investment him in kind of play it slow this year and not too much expectation on him but if he ends the season strong that young move on then you might have something of a guy who's on a depot timelines the bonus time lion turner time on it cetera that was my thinking is not a lot of expectation this year but if he can kind of build up to being reliable physically in be able to be a part of what they do both ends next year maybe have those thoughts right reaction to that yet and and the one place that does make sense because as as as ridiculous as sounds and they brought out jefferson in the one thing he was able to give them is officer presence especially the postage bark bark definitely has opposed gave he's got can get shoot tune and do things that office but he has he's a rare commodity and that he has a really strong post game so if you had a younger player those a little bit more explosive and athletic knocking to be a strong defender but now jefferson this on the can't do you can't switch depend on the program or at all so if you even if you brought to bari and it's okay we're gonna give you that twenty twenty five minutes tonight even if you play off the bench like you did in milwaukee you're what you're going to give us is supposed to play you could be the guy the go to guy let's say when all depots not on the floor and it's an opportunity for sure for to get a fresh start it would be an option for star go somewhere where he can contribute and play on a winning team so a lot of factors where that would make sense the other side of that is in the end is one of the few teams with space trying to compete and so when you talk about a buyer's market they're going to be able to look at the entire rsa field and say this is the guy we want in les mccann offer from this guy they connected with with everyone out there rodney hood and all these other guys being potential any spots for our face so this almost like they are standing at the buff h to decide which direction they're going to go and the question for tomorrow would be would you be outta near the top of their list yeah when i talk about a range between parker and pacers i'm definitely thinking of it from the side of a good spot for parker hopefully kind of flourish in the rush to do though so small ford does only to their only both on the same team 'davis bertans for the spurs rotation in weird ways typically when i try to lean in and kind of study what's going on with the guy way the end of the rotation i typically can kind of eyeball it with burton's i i've never been able to figure out why he's kind of in other teason maybe just not paying attention to the injuries on the team then how that affects you know whether he's a nicer tenth guy or what have you i think casual fans probably have no idea how good of an athlete he is he's a borderland nuclear athlete like he could could compete any doug contest if he wanted to do think that average fans don't know that he doesn't always flash that defensive end but he will flash you know weeks rim protection and help at the rim at times he he he's listed everywhere see the small ford but i think he probably profiles moore's a power forward but doesn't matter that much i this is one i'm clueless on how much spurs value him and just in terms of with the co lifing being out there i don't think even trade hawaiian i think the spurs are still going to do everything they can to put the other competitive roster they did there's little spurs magic and had really up out in the brought him back a favorable kind of a price as compared to what has kept cold was and i guess hit these two the other world kyle anderson seems like kind your typical spurs guy buys in low maintenance those everything does a little things doesn't attention doesn't eat shots cetera is versatile but i don't know.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on The RobCast

"I can just fly around with my thumb and listen here listen there listen here listen they're listen to that deep cut listen to that live one listen to that remix listen to that collab i can soandso it on and song whoa so and so has an album they put under a different name i can fly around and if i don't like whatever is i can simply forward to the next song i can go to different playlist i can hit stop back and go search and listen to something else i always have that option by the way member vinyl we have a record player in our kitchen member a record player you put the record on and then like for me i start cooking or you sit down on the couch and if it doesn't instantly grab you you would then have to get up off of the couch and walk over to the record player and it's kind of hard to move the needle among songs so when you put the needle down on a record that generally means twenty twenty five minutes you're committed general obviously you can hit stop but as a general rule for vinyl it's a very different experience you don't instantly have that ability with your thumb you have to get up and go over there by the way vinyl sales are skyrocketing rolling stone just did a piece this week vinyl it's all streaming now and then record sales like actual pressed vinyl sales are increasing massively doesn't that tell you something something with ns once it's almost like with all these options what vinyl says is i know you have all these options but right now you're going to do this cycle waiting for somebody to go here for twenty minutes this is what you're going to listen to now the reason why i bring all this up is greatness character excellence wisdom require.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"To put it together well really it's if you've ever been kia we try to find the exit you'll fire they take you through every single department on your way out all i see that traditional so what we're teaching people do is to do is understand specific needs of specific individuals specific job title what is his his job title what's his industry what's what goals or objectives ac seeking to achieve what problems are getting in the way with pacific capabilities here she is looking for what's the value associated with making the change is there critical date though event that might be driving this in from that information we can then teach people to put together very focused on target the light full demo it gets the job and interestingly what you hear very often people say you know what used to take us in our demo now we get done in twenty twenty five minutes we've got time for a conversation about implementation or review will real next s what yeah yeah i think a lot of times you know everyone's trying to give the presentation then the demo and you obviously you're going to run out of time if you do it in person at least you can sense people's reactions today that that's not always available and then when you do run out of time the only closes oh send us a proposal and then you're in the trap of you've given them everything now what how do you get the deal.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"To put it together well really it's if you've ever been kia we try to find the exit you'll fire they take you through every single department on your way out all i see that traditional so what we're teaching people do is to do is understand specific needs of specific individuals specific job title what is his his job title what's his industry what's what goals or objectives ac seeking to achieve what problems are getting in the way with pacific capabilities here she is looking for what's the value associated with making the change is there critical date though event that might be driving this in from that information we can then teach people to put together very focused on target the light full demo it gets the job and interestingly what you hear very often people say you know what used to take us in our demo now we get done in twenty twenty five minutes we've got time for a conversation about implementation or review will real next s what yeah yeah i think a lot of times you know everyone's trying to give the presentation then the demo and you obviously you're going to run out of time if you do it in person at least you can sense people's reactions today that that's not always available and then when you do run out of time the only closes oh send us a proposal and then you're in the trap of you've given them everything now what how do you get the deal.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Exchange mechanisms right to the fresh air coming here we get the best of both worlds we get created fresh air into the building while we're exhausting the stale air out and with an energy recovery ventilator we also can transfer humidity so we're not going to be bringing in dry dry air in the winter we'll get some of the media that was in the house to stay in the house now let's talk about the the the switching mechanisms for these because i think that one of the easiest ways to try to keep mold down your bathroom and reduce that unity is to make sure that not only that you have the the ventilator of your choice but that it runs long enough to do the job timers can play an important part there couldn't they right you need enough fresh air in the building and as the building gets tighter as fuel goes up people are insulating more and doing all sorts of things to keep the heat and the air in so putting a timer for twenty twenty five minutes of every hour to just bring some fresh air in is actually good to keep ahead of that mold issue and probably the more that you can do this occupancy sensors and things like that we don't have to depend on your kid for example to set a timer when they step out of the shower makes the most sense because it's more of a chance it's gonna actually get used i think that's part of the future tom is this remote proximity sensors i think in a bathroom it should bring on the fan to bring fresh air and it should bring on a research line to bring hot water to the hot water faucet and then more and more that's being done now with some of these cool home automation system now let's talk about venting once you take that humid air out of the bathroom it's real important that you don't put it somewhere else can do damage like the attic we seen on asked us all these years so many times the attic is so filled with mold because the vent pipe has come off of the exhaust fan you've just been dumping highly humid air into this wooden which is cold and condenses and it's wet all the condition from old not to mention the fact.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"The mounteney part of it to get into the hard part yeah to get to the hard part so that would actually be that would actually be really good run for me i i can't i don't run very well you know i kinda suck at it and so today i probably ran for about twenty twenty five minutes to straight not fast a couple times i picked up the pace a little bit here and there especially when i saw snake oh good luck and saw snake just laying across the whole path bacon and son and it was huge i was like what the fuck and i don't i don't know anything about snakes so i'm like i don't know what that is but just looks like bad news i'm going the other way did you treat the the run like you would normal workout like eat before did you kind of pro ford or you just said are taking off yeah thought about it yesterday actually there you go that's that's the way i i like to do stuff so i you know thought about my food consumption towards the end of the day yesterday to make sure i had enough up because i don't i don't want anything like negative to deter me from these run so i wanted just i'm not gonna run too far i'm not going to run too hard i'm not going to eat right before i'm not going to allow myself to be dehydrate like i'm i just won't run if this chips are stacked against me because i don't want to run and be like sue told you to myself i don't want to say that to myself like you know.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on Mixergy

"Out facebook dot com slash near group but the more bigger the bigger takeaway the more important take away from me as you guys have found these interesting viral images that you post on your facebook page that people like and then they share it and they get tons of shares which is phenomenal and then every one of them refers back to send a message i can't believe others haven't copied you but trust me many many of them have right i have seen personally yet seen about ten clones of nigger so far but a book maybe there's something which i shouldn't disclose over here i'm happy that they are quoting us in south east asia northern the other countries why because it's a it's a network effect in south east asia b b already on the market but in the us you don't here's how i can say that first of all you've told me saw that's partially but the other way is while we were talking i asked near group for another person near me to talk and it's been looking now for a little bit since let me see for the last twenty twenty five minutes and still hasn't found someone for me that's exactly what we have told you that uses not our target market right now we are more focused in asia pacific and non latin america so if you're whatever to try near group in you would find people like in seconds to chat with the idea that you could do that on chat i know that as a chap maker i create my own chapada anyone could go check it out bought academy dot com you'll see it i know that i can get that data but i've never used it.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

1340 Big Talker

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

"That's in republic they're good until march 31st two thousand eighteen janum barbecue now i you know i love to cook barbecue at home i love to get the grill out we did some chicken foil packets yesterday for lunch came home from church in on the way home i'm looking at currence okay what's on the lunch menu today they're put she says woman do the chicken foil packets she takes chicken bridge this puts him inside the foil put some carrots som other vegetables squash and ju pini and other stuff it's good for you puts it in there in the four pack it and then my job is to get the grill ready put those on the grill and the cook for twenty twenty five minutes or so and i dinner reserved so we had that for lunch yesterday i i know a thing or two about barbecue jane and barbecue knows tons more than i do and they're food tastes way better than mine does it's amazing used the same stuff he's gotta smoker i've got a smoker he's got a grill i've got a grill i have rubs that i've made he has rubs that he's may is is ten times better then mine that's why he has certificates in a restaurant i don't have that at all so jana barbecue in republic if you have not been there and you either live in republic drive through republican and out of republic or you're willing to drive it's just on the other side of emma highway once you go past him highway you take your next left which is far mode 170 that roe curbs around your right behind building as soon as you turn left you're there you pull in the parking lot of some of the best barbecue i've ever had the pleasure beating this is a husband and wife team jonah michelle jae m barbecue and does she does homemade pines she does a pochon pie that.

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"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"twenty twenty five minutes" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"There's some really like that but what is effective about the movie is you know they play this game of russian roulette with thirteen players in a circle uh and they each roundly put it another bullet in the chamber in in point begun to third with clear in front of them and pull the trigger so he do that like maybe three or four times in the movie the stakes couldn't be higher during the sequences so it is a awaits dramatic device take that that really makes the audience uh step up and it it it built suspense uh it it it's th the suspense is not limited to you know the the climax of the movie and that certain way there is there there are three or four climaxes in the movie it during those games and and then after those gains conclude you still have another what twenty twenty twenty five minutes left of the movie and you'll if there's more after after this like us you know i a huddled behind this it's a moment in hostile after he escapes from the torture chamber he just like well what are they gonna do for the rest of the movie and you know what with hostile i don't give a shit i'm i was done with the movie as soon as it started zog's like uh whatever or with this one i actually want to see what happens to the sam riley character in same riley i really haven't seen him in a whole lot i mostly know him from of all things melih percent but i really liked him in thirteen and uh i i'm.

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