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"two hours night" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"Down is having some sort of internal sense of belief or faith that you can get there or that you can manifest that positive future in some way or bring that about, but you have to sort of have the faith or the belief in that in order to pull it off sometimes, which almost sounds contradictory, but sometimes that's how people work is just by this sheer power of belief in themselves sometimes and then being able to turn that into reality. Well, I think testing of the faith is such an important thing for Jupiter when you were bringing out how Jupiter was inside the terriers. You know, what's fascinating is that Sagittarius is the last of the fire signs before we enter the spring Aries, right? So Sagittarius is almost when the sun is setting, it's going in the winter. And so it goes from being this open fire to like a candle. It's like a votive candle, almost in a way. That Sagittarius is going to have to carry this face through the darkness of winter. You know, before the sun returns with areas, faith, faith and belief you go back and forth on the different meanings and nuances between the two, but testing a faith is such elemental part of faith. The flip side of faith obviously is doubt and so you've got Jupiter and Saturn, Jupiter faith, Saturn, doubt. But Dow and things that test the faith are also the things that get you to become more moral. It gets you to become more in touch with your conscience, whatever your conscience will be. You know, and sometimes, you know, you might line up with your church or your scripture or your way of believing, and sometimes you might not. You might become the heretic you might become the mystic you might become the outsider and that's kind of the relationship also between Sagittarius and Pisces. So that thing of testing faith faith in yourself or what do we keep hearing right now, faith in democracy, democracy is in danger right now. Faith and the experiment of democracy, faith in the world, faith in the worldview. This is something that's being critically tested right now. And each of us is going to be answering that within ourselves. Yeah. And it also makes me think of a discussion that we had to Austin, the astrology and magic episode about something I found really interesting about the idea of magic was that one of the prerequisites that you needed to have in order to actualize your will was a belief that you could do it. And they sort of casting a way of doubt in some ways seemed like a necessary ingredient. I don't think that's crucial for it depends on what kind of magic you're doing. I would say that it's less important to be certain and have faith that it's going to work. It is, however, important to not constantly sabotage your process with doubt, like the absence of doubt doesn't necessarily mean the presence of faith. The Pikachu, for example, often refers to it as an experimental art. Like do this and see what happens. I think that you can come at it, especially that Pikachu in style. You can definitely come at it with a mercurial quality of curiosity, well if I do this and I say these words and I do this thing and I cut into the stone, like I want to see what happens. I was very like when I was first doing experiments. I was really curious. I didn't know exactly what would happen. I wasn't certain, but yeah. But there's certainly some forms where faith or devotion is very important. But there's also a lot of mercury is like the magician and tricksters is also a thing. I think the more the more how should we say divinely or theological, the magic, the more Jupiter and faith comes in, you know, what you're doing like a devotion for me I'm doing like a. Two hour night devotional practice to colleague last summer, right? That was much more Jupiter and much more. Again, I don't like the word faith, but it's probably because I grew up in the Bible belt. Right. It's time to take it back. It's time to take it back. Re own that word repossess it. You know, because what we're in the realm of Jupiter, we're in a very different round than mercury. There's a reason why these signs are opposite. Or the planets are opposite each other and rulership. Mercury is curiosity. It's investigation. It's trying to figure things out. When we're in the realm of Jupiter, we're in the realm of wonder. We're in the realm of mystery. Okay? And this isn't mystery like a riddle to be solved. It's the wonder of mystery. You know, it's being transported, it's been awestruck by mystery. It's being transported by mystery. This is the realm of Jupiter. You know, whether it's like, wow, that was such a great sunset. I'm so glad we took this hike, just taking the nature, you know? That sort of sagittarian flavor of Jupiter or whether it's just like the mystery of magic or the mystery of encounters with an invisible world. You know, things that can not be easily explained. This belongs to Jupiter and this also calls for a leap of faith. You know, like you're not going to be able to explain it easily to someone else, you're not going to maybe sound like a rambling idiot or something like that, but that wondrous experience of something that mystical or something that transports you, whether it's just witnessing beauty or witnessing a miracle, this is the realm of Jupiter. Experiencing the holy bigness, that was something we talked about in the hermeticism episode this month was the hermeticism was supposed to be based on.
"two hours night" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Let's get on with this. Get ready for rush hour. I feel the need mean first e. Everybody hold on. Buckle up hits the mark and Rob Speed ground. Did you watch the big golf match last night, man? What was it? No, I did not. I did not watch any of it. I wasn't really even aware of it. And I was just out of it all weekend is gone all weekend didn't really do much. On a boat for a lot of the day. I was drinking a lot of beer. You know, when you drink light beer on a boat in the middle of the day and go through, like water, just and it's it's like, exhausting. What does a boat of a bathroom or, uh, loved the lake? So you just go over the side of the boat, please? What do you do? Tell her by turn your head well in the daytime and just jump in at night during the fireworks, Get down on one knee and, uh, what are you looking at Your amateur? I even knew that. I don't know. I've ever been on a boat. I don't think I've ever been on. I've been on a boat like like I would like the Trump Boat parade, but not one that would require like out there all day. And, uh, what'd you do during the boat parade? What did you didn't have to go to the bathroom for two hours night? I can hold it down. You can see I can barely hold it for 30. Yeah, you just jump in. And you tell if you're right and just say I got to go, and then they stopped the boat. You jump in and you do your business and you get out at night and at night, it's a little different. But the name of life jacket honest. Got down on one knee at the back and kind of pulled the shorts to the side and a wife, Jack, Is this a common thing like in a No, We're not talking the ocean, you know, like like a river or a creek. Er, uh, every from guys Morse Reservoir to grand viewed Heritage Lake to raccoon like it happens everywhere. I can't believe it's not an environmental violation of some sort. Like It's serious like you just drive by people's boats, and they're just like, you know, like you literally like you would drive by and it looks like someone's just floating in the water there just in the waterways and you're saying you hop in the water, the water. Oh, I thought you were saying you just would go to the side of the boat at night. I did OK, Net I did do that. But in the during the day to day you hop in, and you're there just to bin and you're in there with your relaxing with a beer and you sit there and just roll down your leg. That's disgusting. I know it is completely disgusting. Get on this. Just another one Because you told told us you were on Both drinking beer. Oh, yeah. So no, I didn't. What was this match? So it was the match Four. This thing is totally jumped the shark and run its course. Now the first one was, uh, well, the the river First one was Mickelson and Woods, which they were playing for money. On paper is that last Thanksgiving during Covid or no, That was before Covid. That was the first one. Then they had the match for charity, which was during Covid, which was Mickelson and Brady against Peyton and Tiger. Okay, then they had one. With Mickelson and Barkley against threats. Steph Curry and some other athlete who was a decent golfer wanted Brady again. Was it, Brady? No, I don't know. Maybe it was that was that one was boring. And then this one was the most boring one of them. All it was. It was D. Shambo and Rogers, who has the personality of a potted plant. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers. Oh, it was Peyton. It was Mickelson and Barkley beat Korean pace, Right, Right, Right. And then, uh Then it was this one was D Shambo and Rogers against Mickelson and Brady. And this was the worst one of them. All I was I had never even I hadn't heard about it. I was completely disinterred. I mean, you know how much I love golf, and I was completely for the most part disinterest because Brady is so bad. But he is he is so well, Barclay's awful Yeah, but it was at least had a pro with him. And those other two aren't great. They didn't have a pro. I mean, so it wasn't even close. I mean, Rogers is a pretty decent golfer. And so Brady was so bad that it wasn't even a fair fight and end up. Uh, D Shambo and Rogers end up winning three and three and two. Okay, Okay. No, I didn't even watch the game that at the basketball game and I don't want a sizable amount of money on. Yeah. Can you believe that? That's well, it's you So yes, I totally can believe it. It's you. It's you. I bet on. I bet on three things to happen in this NBA playoff game, and they never the same game Parlay. Those are so fun, but the odds can be a little high. Because getting three things to happen within the same game is difficult for the it was the over. It was sons winning minus by more than absolute. The sun's minus six, the over which is like 217 points, and the third thing that happened is Janice from the box had to score the first basket, and he was on the not going to play list up until yesterday afternoon. Yeah, so I thought I was just going to cancel my batteries are gonna get credited with 10 bucks in my account. And it turns out I don't even watch it last night, But he Jie honest, uh, got fouled immediately Went to the free throw line, missed the first free throw hit the second free throw, which counts as a bucket with Fanduel. I want almost $200. So the best part about this is because I was watching the match when the game started. So you just assume you're going to lose that that the first basket one is a very hard one. It's impossible, but I like it because vandal does these Fareed So I spent I come in here and I checked the score. I said, Oh, no. You got the you got to two out of three, right? And you know you hit the the over in the sun's winning and you said, Oh, yeah, And I said too bad. You know, Yannis didn't hit that, Uh, you know, first verse bucket, and then I just logs into his account goes. Oh, I want 100 and $88. And we'll hammer I didn't even kept last night cause Hammer texted me. He's like, hey, honest didn't hit the first bucket. But they're counting their counting free throw as the first basket. I feel like that's kind.
"two hours night" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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Low around fifty two tuesday showers with thunderstorms and breezy conditions. After one p m wind gusts as high as forty miles per hour high near sixty. That's the latest weather chacao. More news and weather on our website at haukeland dot com live worldwide byline usa. And here's host ron bucks. Then good to have you with us for this hour of sports. I don't think you can say thank you enough. I've always felt that way since. I slipped into the seat for the very first time back in october of nineteen eighty-eight. We only had twelve radio stations. We were only two hours night and then eventually a short time thereafter. We got forced into doing overnights. Meaning the network eight hours a night. Monday through friday and then when we joined what was cb radio and became sirius xm radio. We had to go twenty four hours a day. And so i don't think i can say thank you to all the people that have been good to us now in our fourth decade of broadcasting and now not just radio but of course technology has changed so much that were in the world as well and you can find just about everywhere we've got ten platforms of distribution of the content. And it's growing. I think the driverless car will be next for us. Serious will be part of this as well and continue to be but I just wanna say thank you to all the fans out there for all these years all the different distributors of our content as well Iheartradio stitcher tune in and digital the airlines. That have carried us on their inflight programming. So again for a third time. Thank you very much bob. Costas is going to kick things off. Bob has been a long time friend. A man that. I've respected for a long time. He was so young when he started. But it's been so successful longtime nbc. Sports broadcaster who has been inducted into the broadcast wing. Now of the baseball hall of fame and baseball of course is something. That is very close to bob. He's devoted baseball fan for his fortieth birthday. The oakland athletics manager tony larussa allowed costas to manage the club during a spring training game and the first time cost as visited baseball legend. Stan musial saint louis eatery he left a three dollar and thirty one. Cent tip in homage to mutual's lifetime batting average of three thirty one and one other thing that shows his love for baseball. Bob costas has even carried a nineteen fifty-eight mickey mantle baseball card in his wallet. And then right after that in two thousand eighteen. The great stan mikita passed away. One of the legends of professional hockey was a center played. Twenty one years in the nhl all with the chicago blackhawks and he is regarded as one of the best centers of the nineteen sixties and. He was named one of the one hundred greatest players. Ever and makita and teammate. 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"two hours night" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Worldwide Sports Byline USA and here's host run bucks. And wherever you might be across this great country of ours and around the world, I'm Ron bar good to have you with us for another edition of Sports byline. You know I've been sitting in this seat since nineteen eighty eight when we launched this show as a two hour night Monday through Friday I, national sports, talk show, and of course now. Some years later were twenty, four hours a day, seven days a week but not just on radio we have about ten different platforms in which you can hear the great content of this twenty four hour network. We started out with the radio stations. We only had twelve that first night. And now we've grown at the nearly two hundred Sirius Xm satellite radio, Iheartradio stitcher tune in crn digital, and also very proud of the fact that for a very long time nineteen eighty-nine, they joined us the American Forces Network has carried sports, bylines, broadcast programming, and, of course, that is five hundred stations in one hundred and seventy seven countries, and I might also point out that we're proud of the fact that we've been added to United Airlines Inflight Entertainment. We were chosen along with another not a sports distributor of content, but a news distributor, and so you can find us up on all worldwide United Airlines flights and you just have to go to the flight programming. Our. For you'RE GONNA kick things off talking to a a writer that I respect and the book is a real good one Mac angle's going to be with us in a second pigskin raptor is the name of the book four days in the life of Texas football, and of course, if you live down in Texas or you know anything about Texas football, you know that it is a religion down there. So we will talk to him about this interesting book Pigskin rapture and then right after that one of the truly great players. In. The history of the National Hockey League Eric Lindros is GonNa join us all fame power forward who played thirteen seasons in the NHL at eight with Philadelphia and also with the Rangers for three and then finished up with Toronto in Dallas won the heart award was ranked third in points per game to the legendary Mariel lemieux Mu and Yaar mere yager during a decade of dominance and if you also take a look at his family, they have a sports connection as well as Father Carl played football, well enough to be drafted. Thirtieth overall by the CFL's Edmonton Eskimos and Linda's brother Brent he played for the New York Islanders and he retired in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, six due to post concussion syndrome. So we'll kick it off with Mac Angle in just a second talking about his book Pigskin Rapture, and then right after that Eric Lindros continue on sports byline offer not valid in all states or where prohibited by law loans are subject to lender approval. 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Money. Well, I was contacted by the publisher who had this concept of doing four games and four days all over the state, and after that, it was pretty much my idea, the concept of ninety six hours in and trying to to pack in football was somebody you know I I can't take credit for it. It was it was the publisher but the idea of billing everywhere in Houston I could go like and I'm talking multiple high school, the University of Houston, a park where homeless guy was sleeping underneath. A goalpost really nice goal post and sneaking into the Astrodome, which is still a wreck and sort of A. A A monument to the city's past and really one of the most important structures in the history of modern sports in the United States sneaking in there. Just sort of that was serendipitous going on top of Racist Football Stadium a lot of people forget that Rice University, and that football stadium is the first place to host Super Bowl game in the state of Texas, they host Super Bowl seven between the. Vikings and the Miami Dolphins that was Kinda lucky because I, I and I just kept going just kept walking and eventually got to this this light stanchion that couldn't have been any more than five feet wide and several hundred feet off the ground and offer this breathtaking view of downtown. Houston in the astrodome compared to Energy Stadium and is beautiful campus there and Rice village It was things like that but. You know the back on it and then of course. I would go to the games themselves and the Games. Themselves were important. 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"two hours night" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Historic night. Sarah Fox News In less than two hours night, three of the Democratic National Convention gets underway, Fans are expected to unleash some of their biggest star power. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama, all embracing the nice theme, a more perfect union, arguing the very democracy of this country is on the line, capping the night Senator Kamala Harris, accepting the nomination for vice president. Although she's not the first woman to Trailblazer wage in the nominating stage, Geraldine Ferraro and Sarah Palin stood in her shoes in 1984 and 2008 and Hillary Clinton is the presidential nominee in 2016. Harris is the first woman of color on a major party ticket boxes. Caroline shyly, the Democratic National Convention Committee has released excerpts from former president Obama's speech. He's expected to say in part that President Trump has shown no interest in putting in the work no interest in finding common ground. No interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends, no interest in treating the presidency as anything but one more reality show that he says he can use to get the attention that he craves. A short time ago, President Trump said the U. S will demand tomorrow that all U. N sanctions be reimposed against Iran, saying he's directing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to notify the U. N Security Council of the administration's intentions. They called it Operation legend, The Justice Department says in the matter of wigs, they've taken hundreds of violent criminals off the streets. Those arrested we have charged more than 250. And that includes more than 100 charge for federal gun crimes, 21 of which you have been here in Kansas. The initiative was named after a four year old who was shot and killed while he slept in Kansas City, Missouri. America's listening to Fox News 20. Now the lens of Liberty. Here's how incredible in my rural community, they were two wonderful little pack shops that catered to local horse owners. But our local economic development council Offered tax breaks the lure a national train to our town and the big store put both local chops out of business pounds all over America compete to attract jobs by enticing new businesses. Often with tax waivers, free land and other subsidies, none of them available to people who have lived there for years. Is that fair? We all understand the need for more jobs, but its economic development officials When look through the lens of liberty, they would know that this may sound but a ribbon cutting ceremony. In the long term, it undermines the principle of equality and diminishes the whole community..
"two hours night" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Less than two hours night. Three of the Democratic National Convention gets underway, Fans are expected to unleash some of their biggest star power. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama, all embracing the nights theme a more perfect union, arguing the very democracy of this country is on the line, capping the night Senator Kamala Harris, accepting the nomination for vice president. Although she's not the first woman to Trailblazer waits in the nominating stage, Geraldine Ferraro and Sarah Palin stood in her shoes in 1984 and 2008 and Hillary Clinton is the presidential nominee in 2016. Harris is the first woman of color on a major party ticket boxes. Caroline shyly, the Democratic National Convention Committee has released excerpt from former President Obama's speech. He's expected to say in part that President Trump has shown no interest in putting in the work, no interest and finding common ground. No interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends and no interest in treating the presidency as anything but one more reality show that he says he can use to get the attention that he craves. A short time ago, President Trump said the U. S will demand tomorrow that all U. N sanctions be reimposed against Iran, saying he's directing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to notify the U. N Security Council of the administration's intentions. They called it Operation legend, The Justice Department says in the matter of wigs, they've taken hundreds of violent criminals off the streets. Those arrested we have charged more than 250. And that includes more than 100 charge for federal gun crimes, 21 of which you have been here in Kansas. The initiative was named after a four year old who was shot and killed while he slept in Kansas City, Missouri. America's listening to Fox News from the Moss Nissan Traffic.
"two hours night" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Night Idly Scylla. Sarah Fox News In less than two hours night. Three of the Democratic National Convention gets underway, hands are expected to unleash some of their biggest star power. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama, all embracing the nights theme a more perfect union, arguing the very democracy of this country is on the line, capping the night Senator Kamala Harris, accepting the nomination for vice president. Although she's not the first woman to Trailblazer way to the nominating stage, Geraldine Ferraro and Sarah Palin stood in her shoes in 1984 and 2008 and Hillary Clinton is the presidential nominee in 2016. Harris is the first woman of color on a major party ticket boxes. Caroline shyly, the Democratic National Convention Committee has released excerpts from former president Obama's speech. He's expected to say in part that President Trump has shown no interest in putting in the work, no win jurist and finding common ground. No interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends. No interest in treating the presidency as anything but one more reality show that he says he can use to get the attention that he craves a short time ago. President Trump said the U. S will demand tomorrow that all U. N sanctions be reimposed against Iran, saying he's directing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to notify the U. N Security Council of the administration's intentions. They called it Operation legend, The Justice Department says in the matter of wigs, they've taken hundreds of violent criminals off the streets. Those arrested we have charged more than 250. That includes more than 100 charge for federal gun crimes, 21 of which you have been here in Kansas. The initiative was named after a four year old who was shot and killed while he slept in Kansas City, Missouri. America's listening to Fox News Hi. I'm calling on behalf of the mice. Nest mice. N'est? Yes, Mice. Nest is a nest of mice. They finished chewing through your RV wiring, so the fire should start soon. Can we cancel that? Oh, sorry. One scheduled They can't really stop because they're mice a nest of them..
"two hours night" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Historic night. Lisa Sarah Fox News In less than two hours night, three of the Democratic National Convention gets underway, Fans are expected to unleash some of their biggest star power. Ian arguing the very democracy of this country is on the line. Olding Ferraro and Sarah Palin stood in her shoes in 1984 and 2008 and Hillary Clinton is the presidential nominee in 2016. Harris is the first woman of color on a major party ticket boxes. Caroline shyly, the Democratic National Convention Committee has released excerpt from former President Obama's speech. He's expected to say in part that President Trump has shown no interest in putting in the work no interest in finding common ground. No interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends and no interest in treating the presidency as anything but one more reality show that he says he can use to get the attention that he craves a short time ago. President Trump said the U. S will demand tomorrow that all U. N sanctions be reimposed against Iran, saying he's directing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to notify the U. N Security Council of the administration's intentions. They called it Operation legend, The Justice Department says in the matter of wigs, they've taken hundreds of violent criminals off the streets. Those arrested we have charged more than 250. And that includes more than 100 charge for federal gun crimes, 21 of which you have been here in Kansas City. The initiative was named after a four year old who was shot and killed while he slept.
"two hours night" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Stay connected with news on the girl on the go online on Alexa and Kugel Hole on 93. W T. C H Indianapolis Sarah Fox News In less than two hours night, three of the Democratic National Convention gets underway, fans are expected to unleash some of their biggest star power. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama, all embracing the nights theme a more perfect union, arguing the very democracy of this country is on the line, capping the night Senator Kamala Harris, accepting the nomination for vice president. Although she's not the first woman to Trailblazer way to the nominating stage, Geraldine Ferraro and Sarah Palin stood in her shoes in 1984 and 2008 and Hillary Clinton is the presidential nominee in 2016. Harris is the first woman of color on a major party ticket boxes. Caroline shyly, the Democratic National Convention Committee has released excerpts from former president Obama's speech. He's expected to say in part that President Trump has shown no interest in putting in the work, no interest and finding common ground. No interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself and his friends, no interest in treating the presidency as anything but one more reality show that he says he can use to get the attention that he craves. A short time ago, President Trump said the U. S will demand tomorrow that all U. N sanctions be reimposed against Iran, saying he's directing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to notify the U. N Security Council of the administration's intentions. They called it Operation legend, The Justice Department says in the matter of wigs, they've taken hundreds of violent criminals off the streets. Those arrested we have charged more than 250. That includes more than 100 charge for federal gun crimes, 21 of which you have been here in Kansas City. The initiative was named after a four year old who was shot and killed while he slept in Kansas.
"two hours night" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Emergency situation and since they said that it's time for listener mail this ones great was gonna call a great email okay guys in the spirit of thanksgiving in this glass of wine and drinking I want to reach out to tell you how thankful I am for you been listening to the show for a few years and you're comforting voice is light dad humor an interesting topics become increasingly important to me my brother passed away almost two years ago the age of twenty four he's incredible soul and would have loved your show had trouble falling asleep for awhile begin playing your podcasts when my mind was racing and I needed the distraction they'll see to many interesting topics for months and I greatly appreciate your help the sad times last year I sailed from Seattle to San Diego with my uncle and father this was the scariest and most exhilarating trip I've ever taken ever we kept a watch system to ours and on and four hours off during my first two hour night watch alone I was scared place with no end in sight in my life as secure to the boat I plugged in my headphones and listen to the stuff you should know selects fecal transplants episode midway through my watch a pot of porpoises started following in playing with the boat I can only spot there phosphorescence but I was so darn happy sitting there in the cold and dark listening to you both talk about poop while watching the porpoises create tubes of glitter in the Pacific well can you imagine that do it it's amazing and our voices didn't ruin it I know this brought me so much comfort in a time of such great discomfort so you've heard it before in.
"two hours night" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"This was a bloodthirsty killer to the degree that he retained operational control of ISIS it's an operational success as a symbolic victory he had the blood of thousands and thousands of people on his hands including many Americans American journalists so this is a great day ruthless killers been brought to justice I want to compliment the president for coming up with a model in Syria that we probably should have done in a rock this is a game changer with the killing of fact Daddy this is the moment where we should all be proud of our American military in our intelligence community this is a moment for president trump's worst critic should say well done Mr pressed and I agree Lindsey Graham Republican senator from South Carolina and democratic congressman from California Adam Schiff couldn't be further apart in ideologies and what they agree on but here they both agree we have bipartisan ja's if you well Hey everybody Kate Delaney and that's where we start this Joe and who is that they're talking about one of the most heinous criminals you could ever possibly want to see eliminated from the face of the earth the terrorist Baghdadi gone and Nilay they don that is a huge huge news the raid that unfolded and killed Baghdadi fascinating to hear all the details over the weekend on the show we're gonna talk about that obviously the fires in California so bad lots of people are fleeing state of an emergency what could they have done what's happening right now your thoughts a giant mailbag segment and then to top it all off of course really go inside the man cave because it is a very big day in sports the nationals on the verge of elimination crazy the president was out to watch Washington take on the Astros in a pivotal game five he was booed and that he was here and then there were screams of all lock him up all in sort of one run on sentence go figure the country and where we sit right now but the president did announce on Sunday morning in an address that was televised the world's number one terrorist is dead that ISIS leader Abu Bakar al Baghdadi blew himself up because he was cornered by our US forces who did a two hour night time raid on his compound in northern Syria a great night for the United States I agree with the president of brutal savage scumbag killer whose because so much hardship and heartache has been eliminated Baghdad he's deaf marks the end of our years and years long hunt to find one of the most wanted terrorists on the face of the earth and the man who declared a so called Islamic caliphate in Iraq and Syria years ago back in twenty fourteen if you remember that this is second to some of in Lawton right there we have to go back to twenty eleven for that one a devastating blow to ISIS because he was it inspirational leader in so so many ways they pump out massive propaganda featuring him meaning ISIS did and now he is gone if this is something to celebrate honestly the covert operation the steely nerves of our elite US troops doing what they do best delta force operators on the case they flew exactly one hour ten minutes over some really nasty wicked dangerous territory toward that compounds and they were able to corner him and get him to blow him self up that is JYJ at least two ISIS fighters were captured eleven children were taken into custody by the way to Baghdad he's wise were killed during the operation and their suicide vests remain unexploded because they were wearing them Baghdad he was wearing one took cover in a dead end tunnel with three children you reach the end of the tunnel he ignited his vast he killed himself and three kids so his body was mutilated by the blast the Tate the tunnel caved in on it in addition to all that the DNA test positively confirm so if anybody wants to come up with a conspiracy theory now and then and then that the DNA test positively confirm bag Daddy's identity and that started right away knowing what we know fifteen minutes after he was killed so there is also some highly sensitive material supposedly that was gathered information from the raid a lot of it having to do with isis and future plans and the raid was successful very very successful in the good thing for us for our soldiers just two minor injuries we did have two minor casualties to minor injuries but pretty much flawless pretty much flawless if you will and this is a very very big deal we knew where he was going finally cornered them and then had the opportunity gave the green lights and it went from there and it really really you know worked out big time also some foreign nations including Russia and Turkey were notified ahead of time that the US was launching the operation but they weren't told of the details of the mission itself for who the target was just that this was happening so how about that again Bravo and how could anyone who's a Democrat or Republican argue that this was the very right thing and that finally one of the worst heinous people who hated Americans who hated western ways who aided eat is eliminated I can't think of again a better way to kick off this week I mean everybody concerned with this should take a victory lap absolutely because this is something that has been tick tick ticking for while and every time he got away and every time it seemed like we were getting closer something else horrible happened to some journalist can journalist or somebody else and there's no question that he did some horrible things to a lot of people I mean he was responsible for the death of American aid worker Caleb Miller and many many other shocking horrible horrible things so there's a lot to be excited about again in eliminating him because of some of the on believable atrocities that he committed the fact that radically he was found they were able to surround him they really pulled off is great because you think about ISIS and ISIS around the world has attracted a lot of netball loan will first a lot of other people in groups lot of young men who are disconnected disassociated and depressed and distracted at one point somebody pen that number at forty thousand from around the world in the push has been on to eliminate that to shrink that and make them not the winning team but the losing team and by doing this the Baghdadi and following all the way through that's exactly what has happened.
"two hours night" Discussed on KTRH
"More than eight point three million dollars for junior Serbs emitter more than three point seven million dollars in educational programs and then six hundred fifty thousand dollars toward graduate assistantships rodeo president and CEO Joelle Townley says supporters help raise twenty seven million dollars this year Katie racers time to for an education expert says study after study shows parental involvement is the key to a child success in school including better test scores Brooklyn educator honey will show and ski says it begins with parents getting kids to open up your questions need to be specific what is something interesting that you learned today what is your teachers most important rule and who did you sit next to at lunch today she also says it's important to be engaged with your child's teachers you can just tax the teacher and say I love the project Houston Centel just want to thank you for how excited he was to share that any gave my grandparents so much joy those things like the teacher no I hear you I see you on involves thoroughly counselor New York the ISIS leader was killed by US military personnel who were conducting a two hour night time raid this weekend White House spokesman Hogan Gidley told fox's outnumbered over time this helps avenge an American humanitarian worker was held captive tortured and killed by ISIS it is unspeakable she was a Christian missionary on the ground there professing the Bible and Christ and because she refused to denounce her religion she was killed for it she is a modern day martyr and there is a special place for Kayla and haven't and a special place for al Baghdadi in health officials say the ISIS leader detonated a suicide vest when he was cornered by US military personnel your Houston Rockets for a host of the Oklahoma City thunder tonight pregame at six on sports talk seven ninety two profits seven here on Katie our rates the Dow was up one hundred thirty nine the nasdaq up eighty five S. and P. five hundred up nineteen now the Sean Hannity show Scott critter use for your sudden forty Katie are rich coming up.
"two hours night" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Of it and often when i'm out speaking around the country invariably i can count on a couple of questions. I'm always going to be asked. One is who is your all time favorite interview and i really can't answer that. I have a partiality to two people. One was my very first interview. When we launched sports byline in nineteen an eight the show was only two hours night we only had twelve radio stations and i had invited willie mays to come in my guest and indeed became in live flew in from reno nevada and did the show and then laughed and i'll never forget what he said to me because i asked him. We're not good friends and i said to him. Why did you go to such effort willie and he said i like the way you treat. People and i won't be able to look back someday and say i played a part. I mean we're talking about willie mays here and that has stayed with me forever and then the other was the person who probably was is most responsible for me doing this look. I'm not a business man and i certainly have learned a lot about business but i wasn't when i had this idea of launching the first sports talk radio network in the country because i had duke snider on a local show i was doing in san francisco and man called rana waited thirty five years to talk to duke snider and tonight night. You're giving the chance and i thought to myself. That's exactly what fans wanna do. They wanna talk to their heroes and the people that they know in sports so i was doing television tennis with billie jean king and i said to her. I've got this idea but billie jean. I don't know whether to do it or not and she has been a dear friend and she knows me very well so she turned to me and said ron. I think i know you well enough enough. You never wanna look over your shoulder and wonder if you could have and she was absolutely right and so we launched in one thousand nine hundred eight sports byline u._s._a. And it has been a joy joy for me to walk through the door every day not only interview some of these people but also be able to interact with fans. We're going to spend some time with ray guy. The hall a faint putter he punted in the n._f._l. Fourteen years all on the raiders uniform and he was the first pure punter ever to be selected in the first round of the n._f._l. Draft he was a key member of three super bowl winning raiders teams and he is now a member of the football hall of fame so we will spend some time with him and then right after that the author roy birger is gonna join us the most a wonderful week of the year is the name of the book and what he did was he went to a baseball fantasy camp so we'll talk about that and i think you'll enjoy it as well..
"two hours night" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"By the way, I need a little. Going straight up. But no, it's it's it's going to be a cool place, man. So over to his house. I'll just come to your house with a little. One of the things at the that. I think Kobe did really well toward the actually the whole career K, but he's really good at branding and marketing, and he did it himself. Look good genius level at it like naming yourself, the mom. He remember even be no he shack was going to try that giving nicknames to but like Kobe had this whole brand. And he he would always talk. He wrote his own commercials. Like a lot of the commercials were like thinks he came up with and so much of why somebody becomes a star or not a star. It's just the branding that they give themselves or the way that people perceive them, and he just he cut it just had it towards the second half of his career that just carried on into retirement. We were talking before about Ronda Rousey and heels in wrestling Kobe did something during his career. And this is a real sport. There's not wrestling like, you know, where you know to some degree this all scripted Kobe managed to brand unlike ability. Yeah, he was a jerk. And he never seen that before that cool. Yeah. Came he made that his calling card a lack of ability and a that's just difficult to pull off period. But be most people, you know, athletes or anybody want to be light like it's a natural desire to want to be liked by people. And that's why I think it's so special because you're going to see the other. Side of them. I mean that was just his focus his attention to detail. What it took for him to get to where he needed to go. No matter what it wasn't sports life. Whatever situation may be when now, you know, who you're seeing the softer side with the family and the girls in him really opening up and show you who you are. That's why I think it's like. I'm not Koby by any means. But from the standpoint of me when people finally get a chance to meet me like, oh, you're like you're not that you're not that. He's my language. We did we thought you are sorry about that. So you know, when you show when you give when you're perceive a certain way, and then you show if the pleasant surprise meant, I think that's why businesses is through the roof for him as well. If it makes a difference. I didn't think you were that before. But I he's around when you're around me, you know, on the outside looking in seeing two hours night. You see you think, you know, who I am chance to see you know, what most the prevailing image of you is you up and Kobe's face. Oh, the it was just a virtually. All right. That's like the. Ryan. Requests like the that's happened. The well, that's why I think that's kind of when I when we were talking about rent around. And that's when I somewhat became the villain. You me. Like, how dare this guy faked the ball and Kobe's face? He's this. He's that got threats and everything LA phase were on. And I ended up. That's when Kobe ended up hit me up after that summer, and I came to Laker. But a lot of people a lot of people hate him for that for a long time because they came out with that overhead shot put the ball right in his face. I don't care what the shot says, you know, and it wasn't. It was just it happened. It wasn't like, you know, premeditated. We were just going back and forth and it happened. You know what I mean? And he didn't flinch because that was my they're they're like two or three Kobe moments that are one hundred percent my favorites. And the the the Kobe thing ever was the was hitting the free throws. Yes. Like that was is the crowning achievement of his career. Goes what's happening like everything that's at stake into go..
"two hours night" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"You played the mate ackward 's you could hear satanic messages that would command children your children to commit suicide and perform acts of violence on each other's the original Momo. Yeah. I mean, this thing is like this goes back to like, you know, obviously, there's a lot of political stuff and misogyny around witch-hunts. But it's the same kind of thing where it's like, you create hysteria. So that you can, you know, get something out of it on the other side in the in the case of like heavy metal music. It was just that. It led to degenerate behaviour kids who are in a heavy metal usually were also like smoking pot and cutting school, and you know, talking back to their parents, and you know. Sneaking out at night and going off in the fields to do whatever. And that's like, you know, if you don't want to encourage that you have to come up with some way of keeping the kids from engaging in that activity. So the best way to do that is to raise hysteria around. Parents now, I'm not saying there's some sort of like weird altruistic wave behind the Momo challenge where you know. Oh, you need to be more careful about what your kids doing online, and your Norring that very real problem. So we're gonna scare the bejesus out of you with his creepy bird woman with bulging eyes. That's telling your kid to go set started firing the kitchen. But you know, it's just everything old is new again. But also kids are I mean? It's similar to the TV thing. But it's different because kids are carrying these devices with them everywhere. They're watching video for hours and hours a day, some study show and TV just the kind of thing like just because I've been reading Michelle Obama's book talks about how she grew up friendly with Jesse Jackson's daughter in how Jesse Jackson was like on his his campaign to get parents, not let their kids watch TV, turn off the TV for two hours night into homework. Right. But that was it was kind of a finite resource. Then it's like, you could only watch TV verse number of hours, and then you had to go to school or outside or something on. Noel that to like other like a thousand shadows. But but I mean, you could just you could watch these videos anytime anytime, and what kids really should be doing. So of spending time on YouTube is listening to Judas priest albums. Yeah. Backwards Fatang messages, Lauren. Yes. Earlier this month. Momo told you to go to Seattle to visit Microsoft and see the new hololens headset tells a little bit about that set the place on fire. Yeah. So there is new hope lens out. It was formally unveiled at mobile world, congress excuse me, m WC this now called in Barcelona earlier this week we were not there on the ground because we had gotten the story in advance. I go to redden Washington saw the whole lens. I spoke to the designers behind it. I spoke without kitman who you're about to hear from shortly. The new hololens is undoubtedly an advancement in technology. If you were to look at it really quickly. You probably say ok looks like the same headset as before it's still a headset. Still pretty he looking along. If it was the first one the first one was twenty sixteen but it had been in development for many years before then in fact, Kippen likes to say that it really started with the development of connect because a lot of the sensor package, you know, or the center the technology ended up in an hololens, but the whole ends to is lighter than the first one. It's more comfortable to wear because it's been designed differently. It has. Has this new type of imaging technology, this patented optics module choosing something called Mems, which is micro micro electric mechanical systems, which.
"two hours night" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Back of business all business quip. Listen, some electric toothbrushes electric toothbrushes. They call them. They can be too abrasive. Yeah. Where was I just yesterday where they where I used to spend hours looking at the maybe it was best buy or somewhere where I will look at the ANSI expensive on and just almost like the old days rivers like a thousand cameras or video cameras. Yeah. It's that for electric toothbrush. And I used to like gaze at them like that one. No more. Breezed past. Don't you want to look at you disgust me? I've mentioned before at least has had some of those in the past and just never for whatever reason just never stuck with them. But she just would go back to the manual, right? But now, the quip is no, right. It's like a manual toothbrush. That has all the benefits of an electric what that's the best way to put it because I'm with you. I'm running out of a charge. I have to put this clunky thing up on there for f- that. Yeah. Quip the manual toothbrush. That isn't. I've said it and they wanna leave us. They leave us about quip the electric toothbrush citizen. It's better. I don't know. I don't know either. I don't know. The reason we're doing this dad it writing the, but Adleman listen equip has sensitive sonic vibrations for an effective clean that is gentle on your sensitive gums. It's got that built into minute timer, which I love, by the way the other day. This is a this place. This. I was in a hurry. And sometimes when I'm a hurry. I we'll just grab a manual toothbrush and just do a quick little gyp script. And but I thought it would be fun. I do not know I was in hurry. So I grabbed I did. I was using my quip shit. I gotta go. And then I did what I usually do three seconds for the whole mouth. And I think that's doing the job. No certain thirty minutes per quadrant. Thirty six thirty minutes. I take two hours Rushmore to you are very committed. You know, that's why get compliments two hours. You're get and that's just that's just the morning brush that I do the other two hours night brush a day that how does that play into your only eaten in eight hour thing. I'm not doing that. I can't speak to call eight sixteen sixteen sixteen sixty eight fasting. So what if you have anybody in this room was gonna do this fasting any ideas who that would be Garin? Yeah. Honestly, it sounds like something I would do, but he's off vegan fad Esther. But what if you did what I was gonna say is what if you did that eight hours, and then at the end, then you brush, your teeth for.
"two hours night" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Three teams to be to be tracking. I thought this past episode of the one we're talking about today was as a result, very messy. Like, it was just there was so much to keep an eye on. And it just it felt like the final stretch of a normal episode of top chef extended across a full hour. And it just it was so chaotic it was so much on. And I think now we're in this place where the rest of the season for me. I'm I don't know. I think it's one of those things where you feel like it's it's either the end of an act or the start of the next phase of the season. Like, it's a it's a real pivot point for a season of top. Shop and for it to happen within the first five episodes really's to start within the first four episodes. She's a way too early. I think it really didn't pay off. Well for me. I think it just it really landed with a thought for me as frankly a lot of this season has for me, so far I think I think you raise a good point about the structure is like a normal. Our you've got this interstitial set up the milestones of top chef episode. You've got the the quickfire interstitial in the quickfire challenge. Followed by the nation challenge bio filed by the judges table, and and really you set up those key points of the of prepping and setting up and all the drama during I think that that first part where like you said it just really the second episode was really just a pro-longed back half of a normal episode. So I do see your point there. And I think also when you have restaurant wars deeper into his season. Like, you run yourself into the situations where she who must not be named room top chef Seattle who you've had who you've had. Several episodes now to like know, what her dynamic is like with other shafts and the specific personality quirks of that person how it's rubbing wrong against other people like now now restaurant wars is very loaded with the anti defamation of like how that's going to explode or what's the reaction to that going to be just don't think we know these people well enough yet to have those levels of expectations into exactly how the Kentucky restaurant wars was going to play out. I just feel like there isn't I think restaurant wars plays the best when there's a lot of hype going into it. And so to have a surprise early restaurant wers while I understand that. The chefs are surprised I don't think that it really benefits us as a as you're very much at all. If at all, would it have been more digestible for you guys if rather than spread across two weeks and this was proposed last week. I believe it was aired as one to our blocks. So as more less, maybe two episodes and more like one super sized episode because I do see the point of making it a two hour. Thing due to there being three kitchens and a lot of storylines to keep track of everything that was sort of set up last week paid off in one way or another this week. But to your point Josh, I think that's stretching it across it. It also didn't benefit from the fact that we all made these predictions as to who was going to go home last week end up being the exact same people. And so when you're sort of building to what seem like an inevitable conclusion about twenty minutes into this episode. It doesn't exactly help the pacing of the episode proper. I think it would have been the idea wanted had been executed like I mean, there's only so much you can do once they decided in production like we're gonna do restaurant wars in the fourth cycle. Like once that goes forward, you now have to I think I think just from a premise standpoint, I think it's a flawed one. So I think that once that's already executed. I think that the best move. There is to make it a two hour night of television to split it across two weeks for all the reasons you've said, I think is is a bad choice or make it a ninety minute episode with no quickfire, exactly. But in candidates still going to be like, sixty minutes. I'm curious what Haley's half hour restaurant wars was like. Yeah. Just a lot of condense on Tonio..