31 Burst results for "Twenty Two Hours"
What Strategies Can Help Boost or Potentiate Fasting Results?
"If you've been doing intermittent fasting for awhile. I think at the bare bones. Basics you wanna make sure that you've got asleep. The stress management that nutrition piece style then and then on top of that. I always encourage women to switch up their fasting regimen. So if you've been doing a sixteenth eight sixteen hours facet with an eight hour feeding window for years and years and years. Guess what your body gets acclimated. That's why it's important for us to not eat the same foods everyday to not exercise the same way every day. That's why it's critically important to change your fasting patterns Day to day week to week monkey month and so the first thing that you can do is integrate doing twenty four massive already in gotten through adaptation. You know your your body is fueled on fats as a fuel source As opposed to carbohydrates. You feel good I would incorporate at one twenty four hour fast a week and it's not nearly as hard as people anticipate it will be or if you've been doing six zero fast go to twenty hours faster doing an eighteen hour faust go to a twenty two hour vast That's number one. See one of vary fasting windows and feeding windows number two. I always think about the fact that there are ways to integrate herbs and supplements into your diet that can help boost the benefits of a tafkaji. Which is one of those key benefits where were scavenged disease disordered cells and I i think it can be hugely beneficial to consider supplements like bergreen and it doesn't have to be on a daily basis. Maybe you cut a big dinner. You've you've overindulged Burbank can help with insulin sensitivity. We know that it can when taken on during fasting episode again help boost some key nutrients in our body that require some support whilst ousting in other surgeons and mt k. and things like that I also think about just the ability to consume polyphenol rich of foods so green tea. Black tea coffee. We know they boost fat. Oxidation and oxidation means boosting using fat as a fuel source as well as the polyphenyls are really helpful helpful. Megan also potentially the benefits of being a tafkaji. When you're
The Literal Uncharted Waters of Climate Change
"Edwards druidic wrote in yale environment. Three sixty about the new danger of shrinking ice cover in the arctic. It's created an arctic shipping. Boom that's literally sailing into uncharted waters. So is less but more radic sea ice a recipe for arctic shipping disasters edward strategic welcome to climate cast. Thank you for having me on. So we know from the satellite records that climate change has dramatically changed arctic ice cover since one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. That's opened up new routes. How many of these shipping routes have reliable navigation charts in the arctic in say alaska. We've got only four percent of the region is charted in candidates. A little bit better. It's fourteen percent so not a lot and some areas. They're just no charting at all. You wrote about this russian ship that grounded in twenty eighteen. Tell us what happened there. Well i was aboard the ship. I was on. Us national science foundation expedition. We were supposed to begin in a place called resolute in the high arctic but The ship couldn't get in there so we had to board further south in the boothia peninsula. Which is entirely uncharted. And we within twelve hours Ran into a shoal Very violently and the ship was listing and We didn't really know what was going on at the time. Although we did know that we were spilling some fuel and that the ship must have been damaged but For about twenty four. Thirty six hours. We just didn't know what was going on. And it took that long for rescue to get to you. How did that play out. Fortunately the canadian coast guard ship was about twenty two hours away and another one was thirty. Six hours away they could easily have been five or six or seven days away. had we've begun to sink and had to man the lifeboats. We could have been in serious trouble. Had there been a lot of ice in the area or to storm. Come up
Content Curation Methods - AI vs Manual
"A little bit of background. Every day we take in a maximum of one hundred hours of radio content and seven hundred or so hours of podcasts content for a very rough total of ran twenty five hundred hours a day. It's a veritable ocean of content. I ran a team of fish people. We need to fish this ocean for content. And we've tried to develop and refine strategies to do that on an average weekday. The team currently produces between two to three hundred reviewed boasts with people working a combined. Total of around twenty two hours a day burst. Length differs greatly but i randomly check today last week. The combined listening duration of all two hundred eighty seven approved. Bursts was over nine hours which is way too long for one person to listen to on a daily basis. So more on that later the history of content ration- audio burst the ways we've learned to fish has always ranged across the spectrum between ai and manual curation so far we've found traction by creating a hybrid system the tries to mitch the pros of both ways using the better qualities of each method to overcome the cons of the other when we tried to focus only on manual curation scouring hours of content for needle in a haystack gyms of pithy content. We found quality pieces of content but only a few per day. We had quality but very little quantity. When gull built a system that matched bursts archive to trending headlines. We had thousands of results. Some relevant some not some cut. Well some not quantity but not quality. We needed a better way. So we developed a system based on girls prototype automated candidates that within manually reviewed the system searched for audio content that match trending headlines and we added a bunch of rules such as how back in time to search for audio which sources to use to take headlines and a few others and then we would manually review the results all the data gathered from the reviewers when a boost was cut. Well by the i when it wasn't when the headline matched when it didn't all that data would be fed back to the research team to improve the quality of the candidates generated by the i. Older reviewed boasts would be inserted into playlists and classified by topics which would create playlists full of perfectly curated content. But the system wasn't perfect. We had a global team of review is working around the clock an hour here and now there and many would end up reviewing the same or similar content as others filling the playlists with duplicate content. Short explain to hear about duplicates. Well it's official. Prince harry and meghan markle burning in megan lawrence lead with the british royal family gets repeated usually every hour or half hour sometimes. The story develops sometimes it. Doesn't we need to catch those updates but ignore the repeated stories. We already have. That's a challenge. So we built a filter to remove duplicates which worked so so also the filter just removed the old version of an item. So sometimes a really good burst of content would be removed by a fresher less compelling one. We also told the team not to use too much editorial judgement if the audio match the headline it would be approved and added to a playlist. Now there's a lot of blather on the airwaves. If we had millions of users would quickly be able to work out who likes which type of content. but we don't this is chicken and egg problem with millions of users we can vastly improve our offerings but to get millions of users. We need to i offer. Quality compelling content another challenge some headlines particularly from certain categories like tick health and science. We're very hard to match content to. Us news was pretty easy. Audio content often matched print headlines tech headlines. Not so much ed. To that. The technical difficulties in transcribing esoteric terms that is terms that are specific to a niche topic and entities that insist on spelling things incorrectly. Like almost every high tech company. Ever well you can see where things get a bit more complicated. The fact is that while you can often easily create a one to one match between national news in print and national news in audio content. When the news topic is more niche it becomes much harder. This system also found a lot of radio content because of the nature of constantly updated. Radio content means that it tends to match printed content like the headlines. We're using to generate search queries more than podcasts. To try to overcome this problem we added another feature. We inserted bursts from quality podcasts. Those we selected as being the top of their class or category which we labeled vetted and we push that content into the review process. That content doesn't have to match a trending topic. It's just a snippet of whatever that podcast episode is about. These pushed bursts at quality and diversity to the playlists and increase the ratio of podcast to radio content. There are pros and cons to this method. Podcast basket playlists work on a somewhat similar
Coronavirus: How Companies Around The Globe Are Responding
"First up today on the PODCAST. The troubled travel industry and what it could indicate about the way. Large companies find their way out of the economic crisis presented by the corona virus internal memos from United Airlines forced to park jets. Do the extreme lack of travel demand. Show that the company plans to cut about thirty percent of its management jobs later this year and united warned pilots to prepare for what it calls a displacement that will impact about thirty percent of that workforce. United has accepted. Us government aid and as a result agreed not to make any job or pay cuts before September thirtieth. Remember that date white collar job cuts are coming. The United Airlines Syllabus joins us now with more good morning bill. Hey Joe this is the first what we will see likely for the entire airline industry. Play out over the next several months yesterday united told all of its management and administrative employees about eleven thousand in the entire company. That at least at least thirty percent of those jobs will be eliminated starting October first. Now the rest of the company and other ninety thousand were also receiving a memo and essentially in that memo. They said there will be changes. There also reports that separately. The pilots were told it could be as many as thirty percent of their jobs will be cut in the fall remember. It's just a couple of weeks ago. That United Airlines received approximately five billion dollars through the cares act that is included in there was three and a half billion in a grant money that was given directly to them from the Treasury Department in addition to a loan that they took off from the Treasury Department the condition on that loan and on the money that was given to them as part of a grant was. You can't fire anybody. You can't have mass layoffs before September thirtieth but to be clear united and really every single airline has been forecasting that there will be job cuts down the road so they needed this money to keep everybody employed at least September thirtieth but after September thirtieth united is now saying at least thirty percent of the white collar jobs going you'll see thousands more in terms of frontline employees as well and they're also trying to as much as possible. Cut The cost here. They told the machine Friday. Your hours are going to go down twenty five percent which is contractually allowed going from forty hours a week down to thirty hours a week. Guys this is what the airline industry is doing right now. It has the money in place to at least keep operations and employed through September thirtieth. But unless things change and it's not expected to anytime soon there will be other airlines announcing similar types of job cuts in the weeks and months ahead. Hey fell just in terms of being able to cut ours. Does that count to to to. Can you take the money and then say okay? We're not laying anybody off. But I'm GonNa take away twenty five percent of everybody's hours that's contractually contractually allowed and there are a number of people. Senator actually allowed the by the by the contract with airlines consecutively. Between while you're now you're getting into the spirit of the law. The spirit of the Law United said at the time when they took out the cares look. We're not going to be cutting hours or cutting pay and jobs. Well they certainly have not cut the jobs in terms of the pay. You're getting into this gray area in terms of what's allowed under the contract collective bargaining agreement between the machinists union and United Airlines and. Clearly united believes that. Look we're allowed to this contract to go from forty hours a week. Guaranteed could go as low as twenty two hours a week. We've told the union you're going to go down to thirty hours a week so They're they're certainly many machinists. Who are not happy about this. I reached out to united over the weekend. And they said look this is contractually allowed and what you have is an airline here. And they're not the only one guys I know of everyone's saying well. Why is you doing this? You will see this almost with every airline that they are doing whatever they want to cut their costs as quickly as possible. Phil but this goes to me. This goes back to the debate we had when we were. We were providing these loans right. Who's to say at the time? Even internally inside these airlines there was an expectation that they were going to have to lay people off even as they were taking the loans and so yes as we were saying and we sit on there many times. This program really saves the shareholders but doesn't necessarily shea saved the employees and the whole goal of course was to save employees. More than anything else. We were trying to keep employees in business. They airlines could have gone through bankruptcy. Gone out the other side and still kept the planes in the air obviously with less employees and so the question I have is. How do you think airline execs are going to respond to the public? When ten twenty percent whatever percent we think are going to employees are no longer on the payrolls. Come this fall. I think the executives will do the same thing that been doing from day. One Andrew Weaver at the White House when all of the airlines. Ceo's were called in every single one. Every single one said the same thing. Which is we need to make dramatic changes in fact while we were there united was saying. Look we're going to be having a number of employees thousands of employees taking unpaid leaves of absences because we need to cut the cost dramatically immediately and they even said at the time Andrew Kid. The money is appreciated. It is to keep the operations to keep going into bankruptcy immediately but we unless things change we will need to make changes in how many people work for each airline so yeah. Is there going to be backlash? Absolutely will people sit there? And how yeah? The airlines are not beloved anyhow by many people. I mean people criticize them on a number of fronts. This will be one more where they say they took the money and now they cut the jobs but to be clear. They warned all along. These job cuts are going to be necessary. It was it was known six weeks ago. It was known at the very time. That's the only point known is trying to get. It was known as they walked into the White House. It was known as they walked out of the White House. Exactly okay thanks. We have some other news in sort of high profile corporate personality category we works CO founder. Adam Newman filed a lawsuit last night against Softbank in its Vision Fund over that failed three billion dollar tender offer last month. Softbank said it would not move forward with the tender offer because several preconditions not the mad that frustrated minority shareholders including as you might imagine newman who were expecting a payout. Adam Newman expecting that. Pay Out of a billion dollars if you really read through the lawsuit and it's very similar to the same. There was another suit that had been brought against the company by the Special Committee of we work which was representing the minority shareholders. Did your boasts joins us with more on that story. Deidra Andrew dramatic and of course just the latest in this ongoing. We Work Softbank Saga. Now Adam Newman's complaint alleges that Softbank quote doubled down on their abuse of power and argues that its deteriorating. Financial position influenced its decision to renege on its obligations net. One remember that would have seen. Adam Newman receive nine hundred seventy million
Meg Whitman, CEO of Quibi: Leadership in crisis is about getting down into the trenches.
"Question I wanNA start off with is weakened asked all of the time by people in our audience who are thinking about taking their next step in their career and they always ask us about how should they think about joining startup and ward. Should they consider when making that decision you joined Ebay what was relatively small at the time? Watergate things that you've thought of back then given what it later on became. Yeah well I was at Hasbro running the Preschool Division. Which was Barney Arthur teletubbies? My personal favorite Mr Potato Head and I got a call to go. There's no name. Startup called Ebay. We were barely on the Internet in Nineteen Ninety Eight. We're doing email so it was really you know completely new horizon. It's hard to imagine where we sit today and I have no to the haven't her? I said definitely not doing this. What do you call back later? That makes should really think about it. You're hooked for Ebay so I went out and met with hero media who was the founder twenty six years old time and at the end of the day. I went out there mostly because I didn't WanNa make the head hunter math and I got to San Francisco airport that night and I called my husband and I said we should do and some of the things that I would look for in. Consumer companies are is there a features and functionality benefits? If it'll allow you to do something you couldn't do before so like in my proctor and gamble days later why's cleaner fresher breath And do doesn't is there an emotional connection and if you have both of those a consumer product Bingo? Pm? Many are told me that people have met their best friends on Ebay and they were deeply connected to this website. And so I saw something that is very unique you know and then I always look for. Who's the founder or the CEO who is on board of directors? How well is the company funded? What is the consumer need that this new idea is delivering and it can be a B. Two B. Customer or the customer? But I always go to seamer going to think about this. You know in the end you jump into the abyss honestly and you have to ask yourself. What's the worst thing that lettuce like one of the craziest things that happened or something when you look back at those early days and Ebay they were like oh I did not think we are going to get through this well? I'll tell you one funny story in the recruiting process. And then I'll tell you the thing I worked wasn't sure we'd get through so when I went out to interview with Pierre and was super glad because I got to this office building and there was a receptionist and for some reason the fact that they had a receptionist to seem like it legitimized the country. Nothing I was very relieved my first day at work. I go in and where the the receptionist she used to sit. There was never sections. There was no desk. Don't make sure no receptionists. Go about my day and I sit down. I'M GONNA cube next year about. Halfway through the day I said appear what happened to the receptionist. They looked at me and he said Oh. We hired her for the day because we were pretty sure that we had a receptionist. He wouldn't think we were like big enough for legitimate enough to come work for and say well how right you were so the biggest thing that happened at Ebay that I wasn't sure we would recover from is on June tenth nineteen ninety nine. We had a twenty two hour outage for twenty two hours. You could not get to the website. Think about this. We had all these fires all these sellers. Nothing could happen. The CNN truck was parked outside of Ebay. Wanting hourly updates on the status report was it was the most frightening thing I've ever seen because we really did not know what had happened as it turned out. We have corrupted the entire back end database and took us twenty two hours to read about two hours before we brought the site backup. I looked at here and I said well. We can't bring this back up and he said don't worry right about now. Db database administrator will come running in here and they'll tell us what they found and that they're about to bring back up and I looked up here. Yeah okay. That's wishful thinking literally as if on cue about ten minutes later a DB Guinness Okay. Site is coming up. I mean obviously. That's hugely stressful. And an example. That's clearly marked in your memory. What are you like in a stressful situation? How do you react when stressed? Yeah I dive in really deep because I think leadership in crisis is about getting down into the trenches by actually slept at Ebay for over a month. Wait what yeah my system to get cops. You slept at Ebay for a month. Yes because I was sort of just have to be there like port of leadership. I was not a very deep technology executive at the time. I'm much deeper from a technology perspective today and so the only thing I could do was to be by being there lead by taking the temperature of the engineers leave by making sure all of our partners. Cisco OR VERA sign or Sun Microsystems. Were all on board to help us and so I figured that I really just couldn't leave. Because the thing was so unstable. We had a girl confrontations conference room and we use the bathrooms so when I'm fascinated by is obviously this was over twenty years ago. Workplaces look very different today. Era Trying to look different today. There's a huge movement around wellness and avoiding burnout in protecting employees from. Burn out when you look back at those days and the decision to sleep there. Would you make the same decision today? Absolutely one hundred percent because you know when there's and this was truly a crisis this was not just like sort of something that happened. This was really a crisis I mean the future of the company was at stake air and you know people have different leadership styles from my leadership style. It was absolutely the only thing to do. He considers no substitute for being there to say the truth is on the whole face. It's not at headquarters and the call was are not our network operation center and so to be there with the engineers talking to the vendors and partners just made all the difference. You know. We're interviewing you right now in a crazy time in our world where nobody is in the office now and leaders in you know us. Included are trying to figure out how to be strong. Ceo's how to be strong managers and how to show leadership them curious like you. Are you know in new leadership role at a new company However you being there. How are you showing that you're digging in? You can't physically be there. I feel like I live on zoom and we do too and I'm trying to drop into meeting. So my management style in the workplace is by walking around. I mean especially with a company of two hundred and fifty people like you know everybody above ground. See People go up to their desk. See what's happening so now. I'm dropping into meetings that I'm not actually necessarily invited to per se. Sometimes I just listened this Friday. We're doing it a company meeting on slack Which we have planned. I had breakfast with Nag which I did once a week. Which literally was breakfast with Mac? So we're still doing breakfast with meg only as coffee with MEG. And Its bring your own so we're just kind of keeping up some of those things I just got off the slack chat with women in the workplace at pretty and You know just spend half an hour answering questions from our women employees which by the way about fifty one percent of our companies. When you mentioned earlier that you become a much more technically proficient leader curly and I do not have a tech background. We certainly understand what it's like to check in with engineers and show up and show support without necessarily knowing the INS and outs of what they're talking about. How did you start to dive in to that skill set? I think for a lot of people. It can be intimidating but doing it. I mean honestly. There was no substitute for being there when the website went down. I mean just by sitting there listening to what they're talking about asking questions understanding what's happening understanding you know. Actually what a back. End Database actually does and what is corrupted what happens so it was really being there and asking questions. I think those of us who do not have a technology background you just have to ask questions and interestingly when I first started asking questions I thought they're just going to think I'm not smart. Or what the heck am I doing here if I if I add value from a tech perspective and in a funny way but I've found. Is that engineer? Plug to tell you about what they're doing and so. I just learnt by asking questions by doing it was completely on the job training for those ten years and then a different kind of tech at. Hp is that is that was big. Iron servers storage networking. Pretend trying new. Nothing about And so I just out below questions you obviously. Dramatically changed the trajectory ebay. Under your tenure. It became an enormous team generated. Billions of dollars in revenue. When you think back to what that did for you and we're going to dig into the next parts of your career. What do you think your core skill set is? What are you best at? People have sort of a core competency I think at my core I am a strategist and a market and probably on a strategist because my really my first job after Fangio was banned so I was trained in cost customers. Competitor Sustainable Competitive Advantage financial architecture. And so I think my core competency is probably strategy and I have a belief that if you had to rate strategy and less than perfect execution he'll be okay. If you have the wrong strategy and perfect execution you will not be okay and so I think that's probably my first company. See my second is from my training at PNG. Probably is marketing. Just been a marketer. You know almost sort of as a domain expert my whole life
Harvey Weinstein convicted of rape at New York trial
"Harvey Weinstein he was found guilty of two of the five charges of five charges he faced in New York City criminal trial he was found guilty on the charges that could put him in prison for life now a jury of twelve people seven men and five women five of five women finally reached a verdict after five days in about twenty two hours of deliberations he was going to be taking a rake as Allen but he complained of chest pain so he was taken to the hospital in the state is expected to be transferred to record Alan once he street that is why I don't understand all the what about wind energy because you know he was always facing this trial even when he was in trial people saying what about one thing what about one it seemed like he was going to get convicted can you probably going to print more than
Keith Recker on Color as Narrative
"Guest in the studio is Keith. wrecker who is the author of a new book true colors world masters of natural dyes and Pigments Heike. Hey how are you both pretty good Keith how did you get into color. I have to say it's been a long and winding road I come come from a background of poetry and literature and of course you know when you have that background you have to do something and I ended up having to separate careers. Maybe three three one and big retail as director of home furnishings at Saks fifth avenue gump San Francisco and Bloomingdales Direct Response and another career nonprofit as head of aid artisans As founder of the hand Eye Fund and hand eye magazine and currently as pro bono creative director of the international folk art market based Down Santa Fe and my third career has been in Trenton color forecasting with Panton. WGN A little bit with Stylus of really trying to inject a sense of adventure creativity relevance to their client base. Now when we did our episode where we interviewed Donna. Karen that was was She had part of the international folk art market in the urban store and and we were surrounded by products from that market But she didn't really talk about the interview. Can you tell us a little bit about the international folk art market. Yeah absolutely you were surrounded In the urban zone holiday market by I think it was twenty nine different artists from all over the world mostly textiles in that In that collection and the things ranged from the most amazing handspun Kunia hand-knit by artisans in Argentina And the group. That does these. Things is part of have a biosphere management program in the high dry plains of Argentina where Kunia are an essential part and the Kunas harvested the incan way where the village surrounds the Vicuna. So that there's no sense of panic. They slowly move in until the animals can be sheared It's a really touching story so you have. You were surrounded founded by twenty-five stories with that kind of depth and historic resonance And the folk art market is an annual event in Santa Fe. Happens every July. We bring together between one hundred sixty and one hundred eighty artists from all over the world fifty plus countries and they're bringing the best of what they make from a traditional point of view view sometimes from a personally adventuresome creative point of view sometimes from recycled and cutting edge social point of view. It's a real mix of creativity city that from our us-based experiences seems very out of the mainstream and therefore terribly exciting and motivating they must get a lot of just going to that and and meeting each other and seeing what they all do all around the world you that that must be just such experienced for an artisan who works in the community services that do the same thing and then meeting artisans who do wildly different things from other parts of the global. You've already understood the thing that the artists themselves I liked the best about it. They love exchanging topics with each other. Whether it's how to whether it's Oh my God you should try this. Sometimes they get together and collaborate after the market so somebody shares of an all white Chikan embroidery piece from Lucknow and they send handed off to one of their new friends to be dipped in indigo to be Bandini tie-dyed to to be transformed into something subtly and beautifully different so the exchanges which is really the magic plus the sales a lot of folks walk away from the market with a years worth of income in their pockets based on a twenty two hour event. We sell a around three three point. One two three point. Four million dollars worth of product in twenty one hours and all. The skit paid out Two days later so in five days you go from setup to pay out and reviewed archie. It's an amazing operation. It sounds like a really tight knit community than really so. Is it hard hard to join that community or WHO's finding new artisans for that. It's a very tightly jury. Joe Artists from all around the world apply online pictures and text and their two juries. There's a group of academics from museums around the world. Mostly around the. US who look at it from the point of view is of is this this really rooted in a cultural assets right that we recognize that there's techniques color languages languages motif. Is it routed somehow in community entity heritage and then the second group answers the question. Is this gonNA connect with the market. Does it represent a product. Does it represent a look. Does it represent a price is point and of course is it super beautiful. I mean that's that's the first question that we have to answer before we even proceed to the further analysis so those two groups are responsible. Secure eating something. That really is unique in the world. There's nothing like in the entire world so between that and what you're describing in your the book about being in touch with all these natural colors ways of getting color from the earth from plants a lot of this is about being in touch with what what you're making an and how it's being made and we talk about the supply chain a lot but most people aren't really at the root of their supply. I Chan they don't they don't go back to you. Know Not alive designer. Spent much time in cottonfields looking at different types of cotton as they're growing what the fibers look like in different fields. They get finished product. Kind of textiles What does it do for the world? If if people are more in touch with this I would love to answer your question in a complicated way. Cleans that's what the show is more. I think we need to look at the heritage Jane even as we look at the supply chain If you look back at how how we got where we are today in terms of what we make and how we make it into textiles especially The eighteen fifty six invention of the first synthetic dye. Mo- Oh Wien right by a teenage English chemists Perkins totally by accident. He was working with coal tar to try to find a synthetic Quinine quinine substitute right to treat malaria and the colonial era of of the British empire and he discovered that something that he was making Would dissolve Alvin Water and color rags in really very attractive sharp Purple Reddish purple. That unleashed the willful exploration exploration of using a lot of petrochemicals to substitute what were centuries thousands and thousands of years of heritage so for example the company that became. BASF right the maker of the cassette tapes that some of us are old enough to have fetish started off by making making synthetic indigo and interestingly the synthetic indigo they made did not appeal because they had not really captured that the full charm of indigo go went beyond just the indigo molecule. They had to go backward and realized that. Indie Ruben. A red molecule that would form in the process of indigo dyeing was needed to give the color depth so they had to go back and explore. Why Nature was so much more beautiful than what they were at first capable of making in any case since eighteen fifty six we have lost so much knowledge? If you and I walked down the street today and Looked at what people are wearing down the street and we asked ourselves well. How would you ever get that color? Are we using anything other than a chemical would have zero insight. Chances are right. We've left all that behind so the heritage chain I think has impoverished the richness understanding That we used to have about what comes from our world and how it's made and how valuable it is. We've gotten to a point where we're so distant from our heritage chain that things have the virtue of plastic bags of disposable valueless product after they've faded in the washed twice were done. There's a statistic out there that eighty percent of the clothing we buy ends up in a landfill within one year. And it's because we're so oh distant from people culture heritage skill invention and talent that the things we buy are not worth holding onto so then we go to the supply chain right and there really is in as an extension of this heritage chain a set of material knowledge judge that is still relevant in making textiles. It still relevant in making clothing and it's waiting for us to study at more and to really really incorporated into responsible valuable fashion creation.
"twenty two hours" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Don't know twenty two hours away it'll be August twenty fourth and twenty fifth if memory serves me correctly let me make sure I got those dates right because you don't want to miss this event there's so many things for U. K. August twenty fourth and twenty fifth from ten AM until five PM at the South Florida fairgrounds and what they don't have kids don't want any way you can get a free kids take it by going to the website a day for kids dot com they're gonna have Dora the explorer and spider man they have the robo cars the paw patrol characters they have an obstacle course and then you Daniel the tiger they have a mini race track with these cool cars that the kids can drive the got rock climbing they got a sports zone and they have the storybook station which is usually where they park me to read great stories like curious George and Clifford the big red dog and Winnie the Pooh and if you think I'm strange on the air you should see me doing kids stories of the story book station they can have a reptile show they have a toddlers and they've a petting zoo they got everything gymnastics they got a tumble zone and they have lego mania which of course is where my grandson spends all of his time so it's a free ticket for kids all you gotta do is go to the website and it you can print it right off the website and it is definitely a day of fun adults can purchase tickets at the door for themselves and their is grandparents if you're a grandparent like me you got to be over fifty with a photo ID it you too can get a grandparents day ticket for the twenty fifth of August how cool is that that was there to take care of us the nanny's grandma anyway so please make it make it a point to visit our kids world it is also you know public since so many people in there is food there so don't worry you you kids can play all day and you can chill out Eaton watchin watch other people's kids always love watching other people's kids and then doing the little comparisons gosh my kids seem so well behaved or gosh my kids are sold poorly but anyway thanks stay right where you are bill or I was going to give us the news ten minutes and then I'll be back on the other side of that.
"twenty two hours" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
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"twenty two hours" Discussed on 22 Hours: An American Nightmare
"Previously on twenty two hours, an American nightmare from which Lord of the parts coming from is coming from looks idealistically that room, but it's going sleepy your the whole overhang on the front of the house had private housing how it's tried mansion. A suspicious fire has led to a DC police investigation into the deaths of four people found in a sprawling home. Not far from the vice president's residence just hard to imagine that such a nice family. Could be the victim of something. So depraved does make you really think about how bad people can be. Being called a major crime scene as homicide. Investigators examined house that caught fire in northwest. DC. Crimes. Four people child inside on the floor. Right now, does not have here that this was just a random crime hit on one. One day believe more than one person is responsible for the crime wide reaching manhunt for Daron Wint, stretching all the way to New York City of peace across how his DNA get into that house. To do what he did to four people, including ten year old boy is just beyond words. They were brutalized, and we saw the evidence of that jury has just reached a verdict in the murder trial of Garin wins. He was going to strike the American dream just by committing murder. This is twenty two hours. An American nightmare. What are your first impressions? It's so weird. Because I've seen that house in to record this. It's so weird. Because I've seen that house in a million news photos, you know, on our site everywhere. And so to see this exact corner, but nothing there now is so Erie. It looks sad. The, you know, the hedges here on that on that corner unkempt, you know, has quickly become this. Abandoned spa. You know. Yeah. The site of one something you'll opulent so beautiful. Now just an empty lot. This is home, which was once valued at about four and a half million dollars was sold to a real estate company at a loss, a few months after the killing the house was sold, as, is the windows, knocked out by firefighters reported up, and there was still crime scene, tape sealing the front doors when it went up for sale, and then in April twenty seventeen it was torn down. Way, it looks kind of small. Just because empty there's nothing there looks fall mobile. The voice you hear is my colleague, Jack Moore yellow covered Darren wins trial. And he's working on this podcast with me is a digital reporter, WTO P and prefers to be behind the seeds. The driveway fenced off now. There's a big chain on it. It's no one can get in. I wonder how many. People have come by to see it, you know, to see the space to see where this happened. That banging is coming from a crew working on a neighbors roof before heading to the neighborhood. We looked up some information about the history of the civil bliss house, online record searches newspaper archives. And we found an old story from when the house was being built back in the nineteen twenties is actually a photo where here. So what does not? So this is the new president's for Representative Martin h Madden of Illinois. And this is an article from the Washington evening star November eighteenth nineteen twenty two. He says the residents for Representative Martin h Madden of Illinois nearing completion at the northwest corner of thirty second street and woodland drive in Massachusetts park. Apparently, that's what they used to call this area. Is at the head of the largest construction concerns in the country. So it was a he was a construction guy to the dwelling is of brick construction with stone trim. It contains six bedrooms, three baths with a built in garage, which, you know, nineteen twenty two that was that was daily. The architecture is Georgian. The home is located on one of the highest points in the park. The neighborhood where this vocalist house stood.
Triton Digital acquires Omny Studio
"Has acquired only studio, an enterprise podcast hosting company for an undisclosed sum. The Sydney Morning Herald estimates, the companies found you well into the millions and found at Hooper posts a bit about the company history. Kost h one thousand nine thousand nine is as you can hear underway in London. The event is sold out at it includes speakers from NPR BBC's, Brexit cast, Google news and many more. Speaking at podcast day, Neil, Carruth from NPR shared, details of up. I eighty three percent of the up first audience is forty four or younger, which is a sharp contrast with older radio. Audiences Eighty-one percent say they listened to the show every day, a more than forty percent say they've never listened to morning edition. NPR's morning radio news program before which up. I is a broadcast segment. Cows describes the podcast as quote profitable. Spotify has launched the daily drive that personalized playlists for commuting that includes music, and selected news podcasts of shareholder of podcast, host, Lipson, hold Kaynak is continuing to express dissatisfaction against the current lips board its latest finding highlights salary and bonus for some board members and came back is drumming up support for a special meeting, but it does need twenty five percent of shareholders to request one. Powell press seven point four point three WordPress. Plug ins podcasters has been released. It includes special codes to enhance. Discover ability of podcasts by Google podcasts were kit from WNYC studios release details of its salary survey into podcast pay and gender splits in the industry and funk. An audio polishing service has published a long article about resisting the loudness war, and still being compliance with major platforms in podcasts today social minds is the case, I ever dedicated social media marketing podcast, Marvel's wolverine, the lost trail gets for release on July, the WTO P and podcast. One of an answer new true crime podcast, Kohl's twenty two hours in American nightmare. Featuring a case, nightmares made of and the writer of beef and dairy network. Benjamin Partridge said podcast today, the when the BBC's started broadcasting his. Podcasts. It didn't result in an increase in audience that different people he said, and that's the latest trauma newsletter called news dot net.
Postal service goes robot in Phoenix
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners newsflash dog chases robot in Phoenix. Well, not really. But I love the imagery. Don't you Phoenix, which has been a hotbed of testing for self driving cars now has a new player, the United States, postal service? Let me tell you all about it on today's edition, and talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham now, self-driving in the Phoenix area, go together like well, swimming pools in the desert, there were big open roads to explore in robots apparently can navigate them kinda well, add to that a governor Doug Ducey, who has welcomed firms to the area by cutting red tape in, you've got ghouls Waymo, the Kroger food store and now the postal service testing in the air. Area. Uber was there with self-driving tests until March twenty eighteen when one of its cars crashed into a pedestrian and killed her Uber shutdown operations shortly after that. But back to the postal service which began this week sending letters and packages from Phoenix to Dallas on self driving trucks. The root is one thousand miles, and it can take twenty two hours to drive it the trial at first is set to last two weeks. And from there, the postal service will decide if it wants to go forward for unit that has been traditionally bleeding losses it if they can get robots liberty to work e- could see dramatic savings, narrow Bloomberg reports that the postal service spends four billion dollars yearly on trucking services which have been hindered by shortage of drivers. Now, eliminate the driver and problem solve, but as with most of these tests, the postal service will begin with a safety driver behind the wheel, as well as an engineer at a monitor the system. Guests, they'll all be visiting plenty of truck stops the company that's operating the test for the postal service told Bloomberg to the trucks will be unmarked because it doesn't wanna bring attention to the robots. Let's put it this way. Neighbors have not welcomed the self-driving cars with open arms. Some have been pelted with rocks. Others have taken action into their own hands and tried to run the vehicles off the road. Welcome to the real world robots. What are your thoughts about all this self driving tests of, of the hear from you on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham? You've been listening to talking tech, please describe the show wherever you listen to online audio in all be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea, not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can. Choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include Bilton SEO tools, so you can easily get found online and inserts engines like Google and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to wigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan.
"twenty two hours" Discussed on KCRW
"Of calls from his own party to resign and has resumed public appearances Northam has acknowledged wearing black face during his college years. This is NPR news from Washington. The national weather service says it received thirty seven reports of tornadoes yesterday in Oklahoma Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. It's unclear how many were confirmed or duplicate sightings, the storms are blamed for two highway deaths in Missouri, along with damage to a number of homes and buildings and several high water rescues in Oklahoma. The national weather service is warning of major flooding along the Arkansas river. It's expected to hit twelve feet above flood stage tomorrow morning and Webbers falls, the US postal service is going high tech over the next two weeks. Self driving trucks will be transporting letters and packages from Phoenix to Dallas. NPR's Camille, Domino's ski says five round trips are planned these aren't your neighborhood mail trucks. They're big tractor trailers, driving a thousand miles from one postal facility to another Chuck price is the chief product officer at two symbol, the company partnering with the postal service for this pie. Program. It is a twenty two hour one way run about two days to complete the entire run driving day and night in whatever weather conditions. We confront price says it's difficult to recruit drivers for these long haul routes during this pilot. There will be two people in each truck monitoring the vehicle, and they'll be swapped out in shifts to keep them. Fresh.
"twenty two hours" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of calls from his. Own party to resign and has resumed public appearances Northam has acknowledged wearing black face during his college years. This is NPR news from Washington. The national weather service says it received thirty seven reports of tornadoes yesterday in Oklahoma Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. It's unclear how many were confirmed or duplicate sightings, the storms are blamed for two highway deaths in Missouri, along with damage to a number of homes and buildings and several high water rescues in Oklahoma. The national weather service is warning of major flooding along the Arkansas river. It's expected to hit twelve feet above flood stage tomorrow morning and Webbers falls, the US postal service is going high tech over the next two weeks. Self driving trucks will be transporting letters and packages from Phoenix to Dallas. NPR's Camilo domino, says five round trips are planned these aren't your neighborhood mail trucks. They're big tractor trailers, driving a thousand miles from one postal facility to another Chuck price is the chief product officer to symbol the company partnering with the postal service for this. Program. It is a twenty two hour one way run about two days to complete the entire run driving day and night in whatever weather conditions. We confront price says it's difficult to recruit drivers for these long haul routes during this pilot. There will be two people in each truck monitoring the vehicle, and they'll be swapped out in shifts to keep them. Fresh Camille domino. Sqi NPR news. I'm Dave Mattingly, NPR news in Washington ahead on..
"twenty two hours" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"He's like so normal this being such a good dad, and it's like for someone who has made her career is constantly putting ourself on a pedestal in terms of parenting. I was really shocked by corny this episode. Like, I'm not a parent. So I don't know what it's like to travel with three kids, and I'm sure it's really hard. But I'm pretty sure like you wait for them to fall asleep before you do right, right? And that she definitely had to take a sleeping pill because fifteen hours on a plane right with kids screaming and like good for you. I can I have one. But you like your kids are just running like, I mean, I guess when there's so many so many crew members members, and then they nannies like she doesn't have to worry. Why did it all fall on khloe? And like again like I can't speak to anything because I'm not a parent. But like her kids are wild. They were so loud on the plane. Yeah, that's a tough age. And they all are like are so many cousins around the same age. And it's like a really tough intense Asian they just bring out the each other. But yet why it all fell on Courtney is I mean khloe is beyond me. I just because Kim truly has her hands full. She also has three kids Scott is doing what he can as as a dad. Yeah. Ed chloe's just and close always been the one to like help because she was the one for so long who didn't have kids like her priorities have changed like when she gets the house hundred bags aren't there. I was like I understand. No. I mean, everyone's asked for twenty two hours, whereas my fucking bag and corny just in the. Way that she speaks. She's so rude. Yes. So dismissive and condescending, and like, I don't know how someone has a conversation with her because it's like she just said, she's like savannah from she'll say Jeb, and then expect the conversation to go on as normal when someone holds accountable for the job, she just like sits there and laughs, and it's so annoying, which isn't even she's actually have interim because at least Lisa veteran from hides behind the fact that she's joking and she just like, no, that's the truth. Get no she was pissing me off so much, including definitely overreacted like in the moment. But you know, it's like build up like it's not the one thing that that upset you the most it's like the the weak up. Yeah. I actually didn't even think that you over reacted because it was so warranted. And she walked away. Yeah. Which is the best thing you can do could've Pearl until tonight when Courtney was complaining about the six lip glosses in her in her pow that was so everything she was like trying to say was so crazy and her bag. I'm like I have that. I fucking lipsticks. I have in this beggar at here, I'll see your sister's own cosmetics companies like, yeah, you're going to have a lot of lip liners, you're famous like you wear me up. Like, it was the fact that Hersant is now probably like fired. Because she didn't organize her pouches enough. She's like, I have my my this what she said, I have my assistance label make an inventory list of what's in every single one of my pouches that you have too much money too, much assistance. Yes. Like are. You kidding me? That was so crazy like and then other than that. I just like enjoyed watching that. But so like them going vacationing like Kim taking all the kids for the day to the chocolate factory like kinison. She is saying, yeah. And when she said Saint was her favorite now. I like, I know she said say taser favorite. I like am watching it through that lens. Like save is totally your favorite like she was holding his hand the whole episode. I I've never even seen. I didn't. I guess I missed it saying, what would you just go there? Yeah. Who's her? Cutest, kid. It's it's impossible to say because each one is cuter than the next. I think say and like for the most like I just love north because we get the most out of her as as a kid. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. And I think Chicago's the most beautiful baby..
NASA astronauts take first spacewalk of 2019
"On March twenty second hour, Ann McLean. Nick Hake conducted a space walk outside, the international space station, the first of three planned spacewalks in the coming weeks to upgrade the station power system. The first two excursions will complete the replacement of nickel hydrogen batteries with new more powerful lithium ion batteries, but clean and Kristina. Cook are scheduled to continue the series with the first all female space walk on March twenty nine Canada's Dhabi say jock will join Hake for another space walk on April
"twenty two hours" Discussed on KOMO
"Dot com. She'd be more than happy to do any translations, especially Italian. Apparently, I feel like the one that didn't graduate high school in here all of a sudden high school high Qasr Lamborghini oriented use their hurricane Yvo spider version that was the car to drive in. Barring. Yes. Well, I flew back and it took twenty two hours in the air. And I came back, and I was sad. I remember the trip back has more than I do the car. Especially at Lambert. I'm high resign. I shouldn't be talking about an amazing piece of machinery. Juneau does anybody know why they call spiders? They call them spiders is it because of spider gears. I don't know. But no vitamin soft top. So, but, but it's actually spelled S P, I D E and some companies change it s p y too shy and be cool. Yeah. I love Lamborghini, but it's really spelt S P. Just in case, you didn't know, I'm sure a and I'm expecting somebody to call in now. Like, Vince or from the Ferrari club and tell us why it's called spider. Now, if you know why it's called spiders, give us a call. You want me to research that required for you. Nick. All right. Google it made me look really many sad. Ryan, what are you most excited about the Geneva auto show happen to be the new Aston Martin hypoc all the project zero zero three I don't know that Yvo I like the convertible, but the essence pretty nice to there's a whole long list of cars here. It's ridiculous. The you know, some of them actually looked the Luganda. Asked him. We we saw this at Pebble Beach for the first time, I'm not a big fan the interior of it. But other than the interior was interesting. We we can say it now. But when we talked about the Luganda for the first time. We we said, you know, it looks like the Welsh guards uniform so her majesty the Queen has four different gods are scotch welshing grenadier and the Welsh guards have gray uniforms with red epaulettes red piping on the epilepsy. That's the same as the seats in the car. And they said biz because it's made in Wales. We all right. It's because it's made in Wales. It was in the interview, and we put it in. We're getting ready for TV. They because you can't say that I have your answer. Wait, wait. Okay. Took him out majesty the queen's. So you can't say that it's you know, it's made into Welsh because it's not because it's going to be made aware as we said why because we haven't announced to anybody that's made in Wales yet. We've told everybody is the Welsh God's uniform because of where it's going to be made. I think some people may have work that would be whales. Anyway, this is my story about elegant. I look, I think it looks terribly. Like the I pace, but I'm sure Simon Sproul from from Asimov. We very upset if I told him that it just happened to have they have a lot in common. I pace Jaguar designers and asked him on designers often trade companies, did you say beach buggy yet. VW doing the new beach base electric, though. Right. Yeah. It looks really really cool. And then Honda has a new electric one too. Yeah. Funny because that's what it looks weird. The new Honda one they're going to renounce.
Report reveals harsh conditions for immigrants at California detention centers
"California today released its first report on immigrant detention centers in the state KPCC's, Leslie Stein, Roe Haas says it comes under a law that gives the state authority to monitor conditions in those centers. The State Department of Justice found several problems a lack of access to medical and mental healthcare language barriers and immigrants confined to sells for as long as twenty two hours a day investigators focused on three facilities all run by local governments including the THEO lacy facility in Orange County. Immigrant advocates said disappointed the state didn't dig more deeply into privately run facilities. Like the one in auto Lonzo it's been under scrutiny after a series of detainee deaths. In recent years and the advocates didn't like that the state announced its visit ahead of time federal immigration. Authorities had no comment on the report saying only that all facilities that house immigrant. Detainees are subject to rigorous standards. Covering
NBA Trade Deadline
"Yeah. Mine is twenty two hours to the deadline for trade. Everybody's moving further away from the product of the bench and the Sixers got themselves a five and the rafters might have Kyle Lowry situation. Also feast your eyes on the us new putter twenty four year old promotes drill. Yup. Let go. Best holders twenty four his by. Get all that tad or older than his TV. Let's start with Tobias Harris to Philadelphia. Sixers get it near all star LSD. It's two picks said Landry Wilson and a Mike. We haven't Israel with us is this a figure deal for the Sixers or clippers. Well, because the question demands an answer I'll say the Sixers, but if you look at the clippers situation, obviously with getting a lot of free agents of cap space here available and if they end up not making the playoffs get to hold onto that twenty nineteen draft pick of theirs. It's obviously for the future. But for the Sixers it's right now. And this is exactly what teams that are close want. Their teams to do you go all in and Elton brand clearly did that with Jimmy Butler trade. And now this one I still question whether they can be the obvious top team in the east you want you have more town than that starting five, but your depth is diminished. And I don't know how much more Tobias Harris can give you when you're running stuff for Embiid and Riddick and Simmons and Butler already. But if I'm the Sixers fan, again, you're already that committed you might as well, go all in Lynton Yates, also. Well, it's about is a forty plus percent three point shooter. So he can give you that. However, the issue is that he's on expiring contract. So of this isn't at the top, you know, if this doesn't move the Sixers to the top will then it's a bad gamble, which is why I think ultimately the clippers probably win this because they've got everything they've needed in this situation. We're coop. Recouping all those players and picks is what you have to do in order for the clippers to improve. That's not always easy to pull off and actually get value back in terms device harassed. But right now, I think is he's right. If the Sixers can make it to the finals, this is justified whether or not you bring devised backing up, Bob, ruin your view of it. For the record. They just picked up one of the best kept secrets in the league. Most people do not know how good Tobias Harris is or that. He's averaging twenty two game but shooting forty three percent from the floor. They do points. Now, they they chlorate yet. They're the winner right now because they are now assembled one of the three or four best starting fives in the league. They're going for it it being getting to the finals. I don't know the day of deluded themselves to think that this team will beat the warriors when they get there. But I don't think they certainly think they can now beat the raptors the bucks and the Celtics with this team, and they may very well be right. So it's all about now for them. And as far as the clippers concerns over conjecture, sarahspain you. Yeah. The temptation is to go with the burden. The hand is better than two in the Bush and say this is all about the Sixers because as Bob Ryan said they've got one of the best starting five now and talent wise there as believable as anybody in the east to get the number one seed and go to the finals that being said, it's actually a bigger deal for the clippers because we already had the Sixers as one of the best teams in the east and with the potential to. Compete the clippers have now established themselves and very clearly made the moves that are necessary to say, we are a destination for two max super free agents in this off season. And that's a big change from where they were before. And what we expect it out of them. So it's a bigger deal for Ellen. I want to address it in second. But real quick since Bob said Philly's got a top two or three starting five in the NBA.
"twenty two hours" Discussed on No Jumper
"I was just telling someone how does a priest decide not to like any want to get into it. But he's I don't understand that. Yeah. Does does being a priest turn you into a child molester? Or is it just that child? Molesters are more likely to go become freeze, man. That's just a question. I can't answer. I don't know. I have no idea weird thing. Not that all producer. Yes. Did your car really blow me McDonald's? It really did. So I bought a I bought a so I haven't even had a license for two years. I had a license for a year and two months now. Okay. So I bought my first car about a year a year two months ago shit. So I've been driving. Now, I bring it out here. It was a dodge charger. I bought it from one of my teammates girlfriends stepdad in Wichita cans bought it cash. I'm Dan got a charge. So I bring it out here. Twenty two hour drive from from Kansas. I'm gonna McDonald's drive through one day. And I'm just on the phone order and McDonnell mcchicken too small fries and apple pie. Pretty. So it again MC double mcchicken one small fried apple pies. And it does sounds about. Right. Those good fucking bye. But but not anymore. I looked at the right food that we ought that. I have looked to the right and my shit steaming, and I might down. So then within like, fifteen seconds. It's shoots up. I hop out. The car I'm like your backup backup backup backup backup. It blows up. The whole sign gets lit on fire and everything everyone pulls a fucking nine one one firemen there just like your it was leaking apparently. And they said it was a matter of time. Like, you're lucky you weren't on the highway driving when this happened run that you were just like stationary. Yeah. But you gotta unscathed through the car totally destroyed. Yeah. The car the car was done. You lose your valuables in the car now. Luckily, I don't keep lunch car. See I was I was thinking about that. If my car was starting to explode. I would probably still go from my backpack in the trunk and that probably would be the reason why I would. Die. There were there might have been about. I need a laptop. I don't I don't bring nothing in the car. Just got a charger in there. I got my phone while my pocket, and I'm gonna go. Yeah. There you go. So it was that was strange for the McDonald's employees. Yeah. Like, my when I was like, what's my insurance going to say I had full insurance. I was lucky because literally that day..
"twenty two hours" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"You want players to do. And I think that a lot of the systems they put in place just feel like I said, it feels old to me it feels like a really old game. I haven't really been managing any of that stuff. My weight my hygiene, it's just kind of like as I play it. It's sort of this background thing where I just saw for the first time that I was under weight like twenty two hours in or something says average, and I don't know if that's too much or too little dropping stamina or lowered stamina and think about the weight in this game is being all three states kind of have an advantage to them. Because if you're overweight, you have more health if you're under weight, you have more staff. So if you just don't eat more than you. And also the core is effectively or just the health and the stamina, right? So if you just eat enough to keep those up, even if you're underweight, you're still getting stamina bonus. So you're not you're not being punished by not engaging. And then you're like leveling up stamina by using it. Yeah. So that's just the maximum, right? Have just levels using it. So like you kind of don't have to do the eating. I think that's the thing that by the time, you got deep into San Andreas like is also a case of like, you know, you don't necessarily have to engage with this games with the system super deeply wasn't it net negative. If you were overweight in that game. Like weren't you just? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So that's that's the difference. Here is that you're not being punished by doing too much or too little. It's just like, hey, there's a penalty to stamina which is different than the morality thing. You were saying last week, which is being being good on the morality scale gets you MRs and being bad does not as well. It was there was less. Interesting things to do that lead to bad morality with my main issue. I guess I guess there. I assume the rationale there is you're probably just making more money because you're taking everything you see. Yeah. But I'm talking about just like, you know, high-density NCI that sort of stuff him, how often do you change? So you kind of talked last week about role playing at Morgan kind of your vision of Arthur Morgan how like how is that been going because I've found myself doing the exact same. Really? Yeah. I I wish I played more like play other stuff since last podcast. But I took another bath last night saw a couple of flies buzzing around the and it was just like. About in flirt with the I've only done that once since then it's like this is this is me time. Yeah..
"twenty two hours" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Oh, wow. He's really all. He's like the ultimate Schill. Twenty two hours ago. We've only four more nights hashtag BB Aideed that's dark. There's no time to hash tag be good. Turn on at puck TV right now for three hours of best. Late night. Joke. Let's get into this. So look at these emails. Okay. Big brother and they're like, you know, like stock emails insert alumnis name, names stamped in, you know, we want you to be our social, medium passenger. You know, here's exclusive pictures of things. Right. And then they'll send you exactly those like tweets, like, here's a cop. He's all in. Like or like or you can, you know, do something on your own or whatever. But it's so funny like he like copies tacklers working hard for those return return appearances to the big. It's like when those discovery ID's shows come about like blue murder their lives, and then all of a sudden like all the big brother people start tweeting. The shit out of just happened upon this great team. With all of my a beef hash tag fam-. Yes, strange. Judge is like, what purpose does it serve this shit. I don't know. A lot of people. Just us really, really, really. He's into all right. Then big Jeff Stein for big Jeff to go. But it says though that Taryn big Jeff, has some regrets looking back. Honestly, guys, I have never won big brother. You know that, but you guys have made it very far. My wife one very proud of her, but you should be proud of yourselves making it the final three. Didn't catch any of that. That is so something psychological. They're very, bring that up. Very proud of her butts proud of yourselves. That sentence doesn't follow that that but was that that came out of nowhere. Guys, I have never won big brother. You know that you guys made it very far, my wife one very proud of her, but you should be proud of yourselves making it the final three. And you should be proud of yourself still like, you know, the k I don't know what I'm doing here. Here's a real translation guys. I don't know shit about big brother. I've played twice. I haven't done anything with it. Hey, what my this girl I married. She wan- probably didn't deserve to win either, but she did so like kind of conversely, can I? Can we just pretend that I know what I'm talking about. You know, it's like just because you marry someone who won in shit win. It doesn't make you come Coleman in. is talking about shot crazy. Do you wish that big Jeff would have just for old time sake down, like, all right, would you rather Tyler win the game in beheaded by America or lose the game and be loved by America? We're right there. I wanted them to just start shooting the shit about the sexual orientation of Harry Bader care. Now, Jeff could get himself into again this time. Janda Jeff, visiting this, this particular final area, this guy, hey, guys, I know about controversy. Let's JC. What did ice cream. Something. Here's some experience, at least I could get if you went in there to talk about that kind of stuff, but he doesn't. He goes into talk about straight winning. I did find it interesting. Like like Jeff is coming in here. They're calling them a BB legend..
"twenty two hours" Discussed on Natch Beauty
"I love your brand philosophy. It's so funny to us because it's been the exact same for twenty two hours. Literally, our packaging is the same and I used to get into actual fights with buyers who would say, why is your product in glass like it's so unnecessary unto us that was standard stock packaging, but it was really a choice because we weren't going to pollute the environment with Roddick's and not only that our products were so active from the beginning. If you put them in plastic, they would start to breathe and smell like plastic. And so would you say ninety six? There wasn't a lot of action. It's incredible what's happening now that awareness and the conversation is changing. I mean, my first thought was there's ninety six or so much garbage in the world. Why am I going to put stuff in plastic? I mean, please not to mention if you've ever had a moisturizer in a plastic jar and you get down to the. Bottom of it and it smells like plus tick. Well, guess what? But busted on your face? Yes. So any any in a way almost became part of the brand's story because I mean, you know you have you want to get buyers to buy. So I started saying for a long time we'll, hey, look, it's obvious. We spent all the money on the ingredients, not the packaging, although I have always been so proud of my packaging. And then about six years ago, people said, you know, it's not that bad. You don't have to apologize. Now people say, I love the packaging. That's why bought it. Mike. Six hundred ninety six. I was living off of McDonald's going to the skating rink skating around a black hole sun with my XL babes and Butthead t shirt on. I was certainly not buying skin-care and it was certainly not nice shade. If I was waiting personally more, I was a ninety six. The world had to catch up. You know everybody's starting to get wise to everything now. Well, it's through my one of my classic expressions is I'm sixty three and I'm finally in style. Yup. Tom to go to that high school reunion. Yup. But in terms of ingredients, I've always, I mean, I love to cook. I've always been an ingredient person. Most it can attest to some of you can tell them about the food deliveries as. I'm just here for hippie proof. Yeah, he's my hippie proof and no. I mean, this was just what we were used to growing up in hindsight, something I look back at also we, there was no such thing as whole foods. Your was little little independent health food stores were maybe you could get a few things vitamins since we align them. We just started our own and our food would get delivered every six weeks on an eighteen Wheeler. And we had a wholesale up account. So you know that great organic peanut.
Disney Marks Mickey Mouse’s B-day With Sounds of Ka-ching, Ka-ching
"Disney announced Sunday that it will celebrate Mickey mouse's ninetieth birthday when an interactive art exhibit in New York City it's called Mickey the true original exhibition its aim is to celebrate Mickey's, global impact on pop culture and art, the pop-up exhibit. Will include classic cartoons and exclusive original. Artwork by contemporary artists I hope everybody leaves this exhibition feeling inspire tapping into old memories taking, new memories there's literally something. For everybody that's designer Darren Romanelli who will
"twenty two hours" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Being homophobic i'm not asking i understand the world we're all of us are immature all of us make some crash jokes at times but what happens is people want to be wrong and right at the same time right you can't on this you're just wrong and just accepted you're wrong and you don't give a but then that would betray your ally car to have to be like yeah i said the pain but i don't think i'm homophobe first baby we are homophobe everybody even lgbtq people because we come from a homophobic society is fucked up if all of the same way black people have anti blackness within us we fight against it but all of us got some of those remnants in it sometimes the whole world is so fucked up there's no right or wrong way to pick about it when i call carson cone still antiblack don't get me wrong don't feel like i don't know what i'm just telling you i'm comfortable with that anti blackness right nasr okay 'cause i'm in the group so most people by their definition will let me slide on that shit but a lot of black people don't let me slide on that and they're like no you should never call any black person to cone i don't feel comfortable with that and i'm like where they should stop doing cone ship but that's my prerogative and i'm ok letting someone disliked me because i refuse to stop saying nigger or whatever right what happens is is a lot of people that don't want to take away they don't wanna give people the right to say you're wrong on this and i don't like it they want to force you to like their point of view when this case is a homophobic point of view the reason this phobia in my opinion one you're implying weakness to a gay relationship twenty two straight men okay because we do know that both of these men for all the way they present to the world are heterosexual man right so we are your then implying that they're week to your sometimes what does the candice saying he's your bitch so basically you're saying all homosexual relationship somebody's someone's bitch that doesn't make sense there's like that's also jorda three if you use the term pejoratively krige ord if this is not rocket science it's a is a canvas saying president obama needs be more black now isn't it offensive to say someone is black now is not offensive decide someone's black and his by self but if i say it is a pejorative way to demean his blackness guess what motherfucker is now of fensive antiblack to be like he's not black enough or the right kind of black is why a lot of people a lot of black men specifically understood the nuance of why bill maher was being a dick when he talked about how i just wish he'd be real black and come out and be like hey motherfuckers y'all need to do what i say and we went that's kind of racist bill maher why are you doing that but bill maher will make the same thing here where why is it racist being black is bad why would you call it raises i i'm on this i'm on your side i have black friends i have black prostitutes and stuff why would you think i'm being a raises i'm saying it's good to be black and we all know is black people not using a very harmful stereotype and using against a man when you're not even in the group you're not black and you're telling us who houses being real black and who's not with that corny eighties fucking bt comic view as corny as joke right so yeah it's homophobic it's really not too ways look into shit and i saw people being like in this cash twenty two hours try to do this logic circle of well rahm liberal and i don't think being gay is bad thing then you can't say that i'm dissing the do because i say he's in a gay relationship but you're only saying that because you don't like him right we didn't say that obama and the prime minister of canada were in a gay relationship that wasn't when you say a bunch of videos from new york times floating around cartoons them kissing and holding hands and riding in a car we didn't do that why didn't we do that oh because we like them and we don't.
"twenty two hours" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"A cruise ship worker fell overboard and fit twenty two hours in the water until another cruise ship spotted him wow and he had nothing to hold onto so that means he was legit treading water for twenty two hours then he was rescued and he's going to be fine so luckily and other cruise ship can long install them do they sent i wonder copters do yell the whole time or do you go i don't wanna yell too much energy and if you fell over either you probably too much to drink and then are you swimming to the sober you immediately that some push you or you angering all all these things and then to what point do you go i just don't think i'm gonna make it hours and another vote selling yeah here here and all kinds of things had gone out to search for him with no lock and then a boat passing by it was like wait a second see that person do we know anything fishy about this i i don't know how he went overboard i got lots of questions to be one of those docu series i'm really into right now okay thank you ma'am bodies safe though show found head this story comes from indiana a forty two year old man had a great idea to steal a whole trailer full of good from walmart and he went hooked it up stomach got into his house impudent these like man what am i going to do with this trailer trailer so we just parted out front thing and no one would notice cop show up and they go in his house and he has the whole house full of goods from walmart wonder what kind of goods we're talking candles or talking candle anything everything that they had on the trailer was in the house fort list and everything that.
A few loyal accomplices aided gangster's daring prison escape, authorities say
"The brazen prison helicopter escape of one of france's most notorious criminals may have been the work of four or five loyal accomplices investigators say the men wore masks and carried guns when they took a helicopter pilot hostage forced him to land in row prisons yards sunday then used power tools to break through the prison yards doors and take redwan fade to freedom fighters a serial robber and he's a convicted murderer the deputy director francis organized crime police unit says faida had a band of accomplices willing to risk everything and they're looking into whether he had help from inside the prison a cruise ship worker who fell overboard was rescued after treading water for twenty two hours the carnival cruise line says it's nothing short of a miracle according to the us coastguard the thirty three year old man went overboard saturday about twenty eight miles northwest of pinar del rio cuba the coast guard searched but gave up after several hours by the time a cabin ship stewart from another carnival cruise ship spotted him in the water sunday it had been almost a full day since he was missing a carnival spokeswoman said the man wasn't wearing a safety device when he was picked up and they can only surmise that he was likely treading water the entire time the fbi is investigating facebook sharing of user data along with the securities and exchange commission and the justice department according to the washington post they've joined the federal trade commission investigators and looking at what facebook new in two thousand fifteen when it learned that cambridge analytica access the personal data of tens of millions of facebook users face book didn't disclose it until this march and the post says they want to know why they're looking at the actions and statements of the company and is executives including ceo mark zuckerberg according to the report facebook confirmed to the associated press that it has received questions from these agencies and said it's cooperating hi i'm ralph rousseau ap college football writer and host of the ap top twenty five college football podcast available on apple podcast and podcast one while there be.
"twenty two hours" Discussed on What's Good Games
"After you do a certain amount expedition do you come back you look at your the pokemon you've attracted you cook again rinse wash repeat so it's a free free to start game and what that means is that you have a battery and the top of your screen and after you can do so many expeditions before you have to start waiting to do them again so it's kind of like does that make sense it's like typical way what it's like a game it's a mobile swimming swimming on mobile at the it's a mobile game they launched on switch verse right so so how it works it's like you know i'm i'm more like do i could i just i can't just pay for this game then as right now what i will say though is i don't think they'll be changing if you're going to be no longer okay listen so i put a couple of hours into this and i don't know what you bring him but i haven't had to pay anything or not paying anything had to ways so the first you hours like it's as you play you have things called quests in challenges they're basically little question challenges what you'd expect and sometimes you get battery refills through doing those and so i that's how i found my experience to be is i haven't had to run out i have not run out of expeditions you also get these things called what are they called the little tickets that used to opm okay so every twenty two hours you get twenty peo yes free twenty pm tickets i didn't twenty and that's what you use to expedite your cookie and if you don't want to wait a couple expeditions that's what you can use to.
"twenty two hours" Discussed on Bachelor Party
"And how he is so serious looks wealth of nam tok on going into i just bring mainly are ready in every noting that decision twenty two years let of what is that we now when i was twenty two hours or mia ari learn on me i know you're on me your incredible you're in the most incredible verse maybe ever met i have my biggest fear is that i this bill to all this i dislike emotionally invest in you and then at the end are broken he obviously has been in dar this whole time yeah i just piece of the fact that he must be so boring that they saw at the producers saw what was happening and burly will need to manufacture this or something he doesn't even some of the other women dislike her in unusually someone like that like it's the only they were push to talk about how old she was oh definitely off yeah they're like hey you to sit over here on this couch and talk to us about back as age it really some of their chinamakers seem like a villain out of i'm like fatal attraction or something like that with new is useless in the pool by herself hitting ever else is just talking about her right that i'm yeah it just set that shot up beko we need a single shot of used them lab yemen you're twenty two year old body gay how slowly of the pool as low as possible reminding us your child were you surprised cnn giving her the rose now i i was the row you were i think i just fell four it but yeah but i was actually i was surprised although i did like when he was like let me just have is in my hand as of use.
"twenty two hours" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Well while because tim tibo not getting a job is strictly about his football prowess or lack thereof as a pass at the quarterback position whereas what calling catholic any tom something political has into you know interrupted the proceedings were se and and you know and ingratiated itself into into the world sports you're going to have folks out there who come to his defence colleague capping it can be a backup on at least 25 teams in the national football league i think we all know that and i disagree with your proclamation that he's gone because he opted out of his contract eccentric such a they were going to cut him any way which john which has been on a record stating as general manager for the san francisco forty nine is the real issue shane is all the things marcus pointed out you know the shirt the fidel castro shirt the video you know the tweet that his girlfriend sent the brought the ravens own air ray lewis it to know and then recently you know i had an owner tell me the other day there wonka although owners want comfortable what they saw him dewabrata regards to eminem so you got all that going on this is what the deal is appreciate call shane thank you so much gotta sawnoff out of here i'm in cleveland opening night nba season lebrun we'll play the night they will beat boston then again they might lose to sky we might put on the show while abroad will play labro will play i can't wait basketball is brac and so on twenty two hours be salah just a sample of what you hear on the stephen a smith show weekdays at one pm eastern on siriusxm channel is ski and a half.
"twenty two hours" Discussed on The AskGaryVee Show
"Hey guys it's gary bay noor charged and gary audio x just blew took red eye of last night's about 10 delay connected dallas land near naples poor myers area which a client pitch cycle we want it wishes exciting began for mainur big brand exciting happy about it and and now heading back to the airport connecting in chicago and came back to la just a a really intense twenty two hours or so last night's event in in la was extraordinary member hadn't been committed to ask people shop weren't so just want to thank everybody in la so humbles you know four hours of photos himself these signings insert business questions is just such an incredible ego boost as you can imagine just a a by a positive wiped booster it's it's egot it's ego boost that its humility at the same time and then and then just loving kind of my eleven right now where you know i can have that kind of woman in making rushing airport take you more points twenty two hours to do business pitch just just person pitching the business loan manning total tried it try to get that night and i love that balance pushandpull unlawful shooting for stars digging ditches i am i really want that balance echoing humility he no rockstar moment other salesperson trying to make it happen you know i like i like that i think that zone mountain those polar opposites having the humility to know the you're not shit and having the confidence to know special important approximately ten hours late dale on a plane vanished chicago now on another plane.