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Arnold Schwarzenegger channels 'The Terminator' while getting COVID-19 vaccine in Los Angeles
"Back for his second dose. Arnold Schwarzenegger gets his first covert 19 vaccine vaccine. And I will recommend it to anyone and everyone. Come with me if you want to live, a actor and former governor of California was inoculated through the window of his car at a drive through mass vaccination site at Dodger Stadium, where the lines are said to extend some five hours. He ends the trip with one of his famous lines as well.
Should You Offer Your Nanny A Raise When You Have Another Child?
"Did you. You offer your nannies a raise. When a second kid came into the picture yes and no i see yes because at least Especially back then when our second kid came into the picture fairly soon after her nanny had started with us. I was pregnant with him when she came so she kinda knew she was signing for kids. We did yearly raises in those days. And when i say because at some point we hit kind of a little bit of a ceiling where we just started adding other things like increased bonuses and increase vacation time at cetera. I wouldn't say we added specifically because of the second kid but we did increase Compensation anyway and i will say that you know just like for a parent sometimes. It's helpful for a caregiver to have the toddler out of the house for part of it so they can focus on the other kid especially if they're going to be doing some housework duties as well so back then. When annabelle was three in cameron was one that was probably one of the hardest parts of her job. Say harder than it is now especially because for the most part all three go to school for a significant portion of the day. But i had alan in preschool at age three even if it was just for four or five hours that really broke up the de for time that she would just have with a newborn time in part. When that new warriner one-year-old even would be napping so just took the load off a little bit so sometimes it doesn't you know it's not an either or plus particularly in non cova times preschools had have benefits to something to consider. That might make things easier for your caregiver. If you're adding more than one can. Yeah i mean. I would say like in general with any. I mean you employ in your work worker at home as well. i mean. anytime someone's job responsibilities increase substantially than than raise would probably be appropriate in our case we had always wound up in a cycle. We are hiring new people. Like as i was pregnant with the next baby so it was like. Yeah i like you the they were signing on in negotiating with that in mind knowing the number of children that would be involved in the job and then currently we actually are any wanted to trim hours a little bit over the past year. And that's that's been fine. Because michael and i are both working at home right now. I'm not travelling anywhere. And so and we'll we'll see how that all pans out when when the pandemic is over people travel again but but for now it's it's been okay
Official: "No special treatment" for 72 Aussie Open players in quarantine
"Rooms as they prepare for the Australian Open. Novak Djokovic asked for private housing, Daniel Andrews responded. He's the Victoria State premier people afraid of fur to provide lists of demands. But the answer is not the open won't start until February, 8th because of travel restrictions related to the Corona virus pandemic. Some players do not like the quarantine restrictions. The notion that there's been any Chinese than I should. People weren't briefed. Think that argument really has no integrity whatsoever. 72 players at the Australian Open our quarantining for 14 days after five positive Corona virus test were returned from charter flights and that was a conditional which, like I So I went. There's no special treatment here. People are being traded because the virus doesn't Wasn't tricky, especially so know that do we, some players and less rigorous quarantine will be allowed to practice for five hours daily Ed Donahue. AP News The LDF chose Martin Luther
How to Call People In (Instead of Calling Them Out)
"Loretta great to meet you. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for having me on your show. Fortunately or unfortunately this is the perfect moment to have you on I wish it was a calmer moment in history but given that it's not i'm glad that Have the chance to talk to you. When i woke up on wednesday morning after the election. I was you for 'cause. I knew that we had turned georgia blue. And in five hours later i was Because we have so much further to go to bring our country back from the brink of self destruction and so royal emotions right now because i fear for our democracy even though i call myself the queen of the call in culture. There's some people. I don't want to call it at all. I'm gonna call him out because they enabled this insurrection. Seems to be that. If they can't control it they don't wanna share a democracy. You said before that you have the the the moniker of the queen of the call in culture. Do you have any hope that there are some constructive calling in that can be done at this time in a country where we are really at each other's throats all at each other's throat if you don't mind out indulging me tell you how i see the world i think that first of all i live in ninety percent bubble of people who are progressive sometimes even call us radical which i don't mind i consider that a compliment but the people that i most in conversation with. We understand that. There's things like racism. Sexism homophobia transphobia immigration violence. At all of that stuff going in the world we even have our own little lexicon of all the 'isms that we talk about and part of my problem is that we in the ninety percent bubble. Spend too much time trying to turn ourselves into one hundred percent. i like. we're supposed to perfectly align with every thought as if i work on women's rights that means i'm doing something wrong because i'm not working on trance. Right if are working on trance rights. Doing something wrong. If i'm not working on racial justice on and on and on that's why i call us a circular firing squad because we're all on the same team but we spend our best anger on each other for not being cult members. We're all supposed to be. Apparently one hundred percent aligned. Outside of us are what. I call the seventy five percenters. These are people. Who don't use our insider jargon of homophobia all of these other words but they're lined with us in a world view. So since i'm a women's rights activists a seventy five percent for me would be somebody like the girl scouts where they may not be organizing the girl scouts to market a protests. Like i would. But at the same time they worked for women's and girls empowerment so they will be my ally even if they are repelled by jargon. So i'm gonna to find a way to talk to them in a register the fake it here versus the register that i used for the ninety percenters. Outside of the seventy five percenters are the middle of the roaders. Did a fifty percent of those people like my parents. My father was a lifer in the military in the army very conservative retired. After twenty six years my mother was a southern evangelical christian woman and there probably wasn't a whole lot of common language evacuate us from ninety percent bubble on my parents but at the same time. They taught me their values. And i'll tell you a conversation that my mom had. I had one day back in the fifties. My mother has started a black girl. Scout troops in san antonio was because black girls want allow to join the white girl scouts troops and every weekend we had to cook food and feed it to the homeless people in san antonio and so mom could never figure out hat what is social justice. Human rights activists did and finally. I put it to us and mom deliver when we had to feed the homeless people when i was a girl scout and she of course she she said yes. I said well as human rights activists. I asked why they're hungry in the first place and she got it because she said oh okay i feed them and you wanna know why they're hungry and so you can use that kind of values driven language to talk to fifty percents if you stay away from your jargon and your assumptions that they don't have values that you can agree with
Review: 13 Sentinels
"Really curious to hear your take on thirteen. Sentinels a game again. That kind of creeped up on me out of nowhere and saw a lot of people who i tend to kind of align my taste with talking about how great it was in it is vanilla. Wear game i've played. I guess all their games of years and they're known for just this very beautiful hand-drawn style and it comes through wonderfully in thirteen sentinels but a backup explained the game. It's really interesting in. do you know much like. Have you paid much attention to it. Yet what the narrative is what's going to dislike a pop culture mash up the storyline with the time. Travel and stuff right there. Yes quite a bit. That's what kind of like piqued. My interest being with people like this game is really well written as someone who likes riding lakes games. I tend to try to pay attention well and seeing also that smell aware. I was really interested but The actual construction of the game is really interesting. It's almost two pieces one of which is for better or worse almost like a graphic adventure that you play non linearity that you kinda play different segments between the thirteen different characters that thirteen sentinels the sentinels are there giant robots that but there are thirteen people get into them sue kind of play small sets that all we've together to a bigger story in the game play is very much a graphic adventure. You walk around two d. screens talking to each other. It's fully voiced and have to say trying to be like an alpha like animated fan. I said it to japanese initially and was enjoying it. Okay but then actually switch it over in the english word sackings actually fantastic really up to my enjoyment of the game. It's awfully voiced so it is this again. I just really call it a graphic adventure you walk round and you just choose kind of like questions to ask. There's an interesting mechanical. You just press a button and your thought cloud comes up which is just different topics that your character has heard about or kind of like buzzwords you can choose and one thing i enjoy. That silly is your character like this robot. Boy says the buzzword. I liked it so it'll be like ufo like that that but it is very much a graphic adventure but then the other part of it is extensively a tower defense game. I want to say it's very interesting. And this part of the game is almost polarizing in how not pretty it is. It's almost like wire frames like it looks almost like imaginative cyberspace but a what that allows them to do is create a huge sense of scale. Basically you are piloting. Different robots in the city of tokyo. I believe mostly it's the whole city entered finding one part but it's very simplistic graphics As most looks like wire frames. And then if you like played on certain units you can see illustration of what they're supposed to be like which will be giant fantastic mexican most part but what that allows them to do is do things were like like two hundred little enemies are coming at you and you could shoot them all with a giant giant like rail gun that will kill of them at once so the simplicity actually allows them to create this like cool game of scale and is like it's turn based in a way it's for unique. I'm scrubbing poorly. But it's definitely nothing. I expected because i thought maybe it would be like jr g like mechanically but up. It is just fascinating as you can play them. The two parts separately out of sequence. I believe i. i'm b. But i believe you eventually do need to get to certain parts in the tower defense portion to unlock other parts vice versa. But i it is wholly unique in the sense. I've never played a game kind of constructed like this. But also at its core there's a really well acted compelling story that if you are fan of sci-fi wouldn't even go as far as saying anime which can to some people seem as a pejorative like yes. It has very anime style to it but it is a pretty unique and compelling story a that involves like time travel almost like meta narratives about pop culture. John ryan Anymore to spoil it. But it's really intriguing that it is thirteen different characters. There is an element of time travel in just characters not appearing to who they need to be in a time where. I play a lot of video games as i'm sure everyone does. I tend to be a little bit of like a tourist gamer. And i want to see like the new cool thing that's out but sometimes it takes a lot for a game to hook me but this actually like immediately got it's like mystery hooks in seems like a really well written welcome post story. That has well. I've just seen people say like oh stick with it. The reveals are really worth it. So yeah that's my. Because i'm so glad to hear you say that last part because that was biggest worry honestly. The only reason i picked it up yet is because i was worried that it was going to take fourteen hours to get to the good stuff. You know a lot of those. I mean not to be overly generalizing but a lot of those vanilla games are kinda like that. Where like you'd have to play for like thirty five hours and it's good it's like i ain't got that time
Blake Shelton defends 'Minimum Wage' song
"On the phone. Right now is blake shelton it. We got new song out today We do and It's we kicked around actually releasing this song last last year at the end of the year december and and happy anywhere still kind of having its moment at country radio and we didn't want anything to get in the way of that record because that's been fun record to have and didn't want anything to interfere with what it what it may go on to do And so we backed out. And now we're releasing this all minimum wage. Which i've actually had recorded now for Maybe a year or something and and just you know everything. Kinda got thrown spun out last year. Obviously it did for everybody else and and So we're gonna come with a new album that this'll be the first single off of that album and we're pumped about it just because it's it's up campo it's fun and fully energy and and I definitely need some of that in my life and hopefully Everybody kind need some of that. If you put out a song and it does not go number one. Is that a disappointment to you Well that's been a disappoint not just at this point in my career. I mean if you're going to release a solid radio. I mean you're lying to everybody if you say it's not in the back of your mind that you hope it goes number one. I mean you otherwise. You wouldn't even release it to radio and go through the promotion process and you know all the things that you that you have to do to to be a part of that world. I mean you know. I mean you see. Every week somebody is trying to get their record number one and and You know for me. Not that i expect it to go number one but at the same time. I'm disappointed if it doesn't just because i know how hard everybody on the team works to get those things to the top you know and it just try to get done. Blake shelton on with us. What was the first job you had where you made minimum wage our roof houses in ada oklahoma and they may have been more than minimum wage. I think about. I think i got paid eight dollars an hour and i feel like way back then. Minimum wage might have been six dollars an hour or something closer to that. So man i. I stepped right into the big money. Roofing houses you know. I wrote houses to arkansas. But i didn't. I don't know if you started like i did. I had to be tear off. Guy i before i was actually the guy with the shingles is that. Was that your pat. I never worked up to shingle. In two years. I was a tear off and carry. I could carry by the end of the road. I can carry two bottles of shingles up at a time on on my shoulder which is like a hundred and twenty pounds. That was the only time in my life. I was ever in shape. Of course i was still a teenager. So i had that going for me. How do you feel about the return of the mullet. What do people say about yours back. In the day versus you know kind of the new generation of the mullet. Here's how about it. Because i'm a little jealous And that's been honest. i'm. I'm a little jealous that i don't have the mullet. But here's what i've found. Is you know you look at morgan. Wall he's a good looking guy and he's in shape and and when i've tried growing my mullet out this last last year during the quarantine time i realized for me. You can't be fat and have a mullet lock. You know what. I mean in order to get away with it. You have to have something else going for you and you know back in the day when i had one man. I was skinny. And that's not how it is anymore. And so i'm gonna have to. If i'm going to have the mullet. I gotta lose hundred fifty pounds. There's a lot that's a big number man pat is. I'm sorry bobby. Blake this whole controversy about minimum wage. When it finally gets to you that people are. I don't know whatever they are. Do you roll your eyes or do you go to this Well i've learned over the years not to just roll my eyes. You know until. I really get to the bottom of whatever. The particular controversy is that But when i saw this on was i i mean. I don't want him everything but it kind of a role of the is. Because i think if there's if you can find something offensive about this song i mean you're either you're just looking for fight or you're probably not a country music fan to begin with you know it's i. I really can't draw connection between anything controversial. And i love song. But you know it's It's the times we're in. i guess but we're just. We're proud of the song and and we love it. Which is weird. Because as soon as i heard about the controversy i came on and was just railing against these overly woke folks. It's what i was calling him. And then i started to get pushed back for standing up for the fact that it was a metaphor for life in that i was someone who grew up on minimum wage for most of my life. I wasn't. I was just so irritated in ronnie dunn fight. The standing up for two like why in the world is happening with folks. Think you just gotta go okay. Well that's your your take. We're we're going to keep going on with reality on this road and you can take whatever turn you want to Because it's at the end of the day it's a song about if you got love and then you didn't you've got the everything that matters you know And again if there's something offensive about that then i this is not the the world i wanna live in. Have any of your other songs sparked up debate. Like do people get upset about hillbilly bone. Because you know you know you know. Only you know only time that people get upset about that song when we perform it live and trace sexually points In the in the area makes it makes it big deal every time it gets to the chorus like. He's got a point to himself to be sure you understand exactly what he's talking about. I don't know. I don't know i don't know what to say. Oh i i thought he he points to a hillbilly and the crowd. Yeah that's right that's not me up. Blake shelton's got a couple more questions for you. I was talking to devon dawson recently. Who is one of the writers god's country and he told a story about how they they had sent playlist to you a few songs and god's country was one of the first ones on that playlist. Can you just kind of tell me your version of the story. But hearing god's country i was well. I don't think. I heard the other song that they spent because wanted god's country was the first song on that email or whatever i got and i stopped right there. I was on my There's a rumor going around that. I was on tractor But i was actually on skid steer different kind of equipment. But i had a both in that thing and i was i was mowing and doing some things and i figured out how to our. He's not think. I even tried to open the email to see if i could learn how to use my bluetooth and and And i turned it on. And then i was. I was shocked. I was blown away. I couldn't even believe what. I was hearing. 'cause i knew that it was it was a it was game changer. It was that lacombe. Nothing would be the same for any of us involved after this song is far from a career standpoint and and what it was going to to do you know and in my mind anyway because every time you record song you say oh my god this could do this or that And this one seemed like it would just almost Start a new chapter for me. And it did to be honest It's one of the few times that actually had a vision and trick that the my last question for you if twenty eight number ones now twenty eight like once concerts return. You're at the point now where you could do. Two nights in a city playing pretty much all number ones and other massive songs didn't quite number one is that something that you'd want to do is do two nights and a city making sure you get all the hits in what i wanna play in front of a of a full crowd and two nights probably will be one night too many from i guess i guess if people would promise they would come back in the second half then. Yeah that would be a blast. I used to always think that about george strait. I always thought it'd be cool if he did like a marathon like a four or five hour concert just all these number one hits and it was on. Hbo or or something like that. Yeah that's my big idea for george. Anyway he needs it. I think he's he's in the business for some career advice so i'm gonna hit him up. Tell him he loves it. He loves to work. I'll tell you
Pablo Escobar's Hippos Are Out of Control
"A couple of years ago. I read a novella called river of teeth by sarah gaily. The concept of the story is based on a real world event. That almost happened smack. In the early twentieth century a bill was proposed in the us house of representatives and informally supported by theodore roosevelt. The us should import hippopotamuses from africa to the swamp lands of the gulf coast and breed them as an alternative meat source for americans basically starting a new industry in the us of hill. Ranching as you know this proposal never came to be but gala novella now collected into a volume with a sequel and some other stories under the title american hippo imagines magic in alternative history where this did happen only set fifty years earlier. You get kind of gulf coast cowboys on hippos tape story. It's great loved it. I highly recommend it. Or if you just wanna dig more into the facts. I put link in the show notes to a long read on the history of the hippo proposal by john. Mouallem will the reason i bring. This up is because americans in the early twentieth century. Were not the only ones with dreams of becoming hbo ranchers decades later pablo escobar would also get into the hippo game importing four of them to live on his estate in columbia and now forty some years later they have bread and multiplied and are spreading all over the wetlands of north bogo. Talk causing mayhem. Consternation and some real concerns for the region. Scientists say this now invasive species is competing with native wildlife polluting local waterways attacking humans and they project will grow in number two fifteen hundred hippos by twenty forty at that point the scientists say they will be nearly impossible to control their environmental impacts will be irreversible but never mind controlling fifteen hundred hippos. How do you control a dozen or even just one. That's not like you can just google it you know. In colombian officials are not hippopotamus experts and there are unique challenges levied upon this specific situation. I quoting the washington post in their natural habitat. Hippos spend the long dry season crowded into waterways shrunk to puddles. They're vulnerable to disease and predation not to mention one. Another as bad tempers but tropical columbia is hippo paradise. Environmental agency researcher david vary lopez said rain is abundant food is plentiful and they're no carnivores large enough to pose a threat. The animals spend five hours a day grazing on grasses and the rest of their time basking in the cool waters of the magdalena and surrounding lakes and quotes report from columbia not being the hippos natural habitat having in effect on the hippos behavior it also affects the surrounding communities impression of the hippos. The officials tasked with dismantling escobar's estate back in the ninety s. Weren't sure what to do with the one male and three female hippos so they just let them roam instead of sending them to a zoo with his other animals and mostly they did that because the hippos were massive and aggressive no one really wanted to approach them so we'll get the harm be and letting them go well. Kenyans and other african communities with native hippo populations could tell you a whole heck of a lot. You've got hippos from each sex so they can breathe for one and they're also hugely destructive to the environment into other animals. Hippos killed more humans each year than other large mammal. But when you don't grow up around hippos you don't necessarily know that so the hippos have become something of a mascot and columbia. According again gift shops in nearby puerto trail info sell hippo keychains and t shirts at the amusement park that was built on the site of escobar's former pleasure palace. Visitors can tour the lake where several dozen hippos now live occasionally one will plot into a nearby community looking as blase as a shopper on his way to the grocery store the hippopotamuses. The town pets resident claudia. Patricia camacho told the local news in two thousand eighteen. You could say that he now takes to the streets as if it were his own and quote but the hippos aren't as friendly as they may look on t shirts. They terrorize farms and hurt residents at times. The government has ordered the hippos to be shot on sight but there's been pushback from animal rights organizations and local residents so then they tried putting the hippos in a pin but and this is one of the mini quotes from this article. That honestly sounds straight hundred jurassic park. Etcheverry said i didn't know they could jump hikes so then they tried big pens with high enough walls that the hippos can't jump onto them. They've also been focused on trying to prevent them from breeding by cuisine. And then castrating the males. They've been through a steep hippo anatomy learning curve on that front though. Not even being sure where to look. For the animals external reproductive organs turns out. It's a bit complicated. They finally got a system of castration down. But it's costly and complicated so they can only do about one year but the estimates are that the population grows ten percent a year and apart from the bodily harm humans and the destruction of farms the hippos as they multiply host of other problems quoting again. A twenty twenty study of hippo inhabited lakes found that nutrients from the animal's feces were fuelling huge. Plumes of area an algae. These intern reduced the oxygen content of the water. Making it toxic to fish.
Uganda's Museveni Faces Tough Challenge In Presidential Election
"New seven E, who has been in power for 35 years. Is facing a strong challenge from Bobby Wine. Ah young singer turned politician who's half his age. MPR's Africa correspondent later Peralta is in Uganda's capital of Kampala. And he interviewed the president and he joins us Now with this exclusive and ater. Where did you meet the president? So we met at his ranch in she. SOC, which is about a five hour drive from Kampala and his cows were grazing in the distance. And you know, he came in making jokes. He was carrying a travel mug and wearing his signature broad brimmed hat, and we sat under this big tree to talk. Guess before we dive in. Can you tell us a little bit more about him? Yes. So he helped topple to dictators in the seventies and eighties. But now he has been in power. Since 1986. Uganda has changed the Constitution twice to allow him to stay in power, and he is now running for a six term in office. The election is on Thursday. So I started with a pretty simple question. What is it that you haven't accomplished in 35 years? You plan to accomplish this time around and as most 70 is bound to do, he gave me a history lesson and colonialism. And he said that he wants to work to bend the arc of history on the continent, including to change what he said was a culture of not working hard. Not with this huge continent. With a small population. Has a good Mentality for its people. They don't have to work hard. No, this would be the struggle week. These know it all. Promotes. I don't know. Because in other parts of the world People are pressure to work either by the environment. Which is horse died. Oh, by competition between man and man, But here Fool's gonna survive. Don't tell that really harsh thing to say about you just recorded to record that is really harsh, so he didn't talk about a five point plan about issues like building roads or improving schools. No. I think he was insulted by the question because he said that it implied that he should leave office after 35 years. He says that he's trying to accomplish historical things, and he looked to George Washington as a model. The Americans are the most powerful country in the history of man. I want to do. What Washington did work for the economic and, in some cases, even political integration of Africa. So using the United States is an example. You and here I told President Museveni, the George Washington gave up power after eight years to make a point that the American presidency was not a lifetime appointment, and 70 argued that Washington could leave because the American electorate and its economic system was more sophisticated when the social direction Over society. Is already set. It would have been run it. Probably with you know, kids, the dentition is not set. So it's very risky, very risky age, actually, from the lack of seriousness off those who talk the way you were talking That you you just go. Just go. People don't know whether the world North or South And you see you just go. Yes, if before already clear that the direction is the North. David. The body's no longer There's no more argument about that. Then anybody thunder candidate. I can see it now. You know the way that you go. But your people are smart and they're entrepreneur Ng and I mean to to be totally honest here. I think what you're saying sounds really condescending toward your It's not under city. It is a struggle to J. A society which we know where Which, of course you don't know very well. Hmm. So transition is risky, he's saying but later what does his record after 35 years actually show Hey, look, there's no denying that most 70 has brought peace to Uganda. There's a saying in the rural parts that suffered tremendously under the terror of the L. A raise Joseph Kony. But at least they can sleep. But look, Uganda is still deeply poor and corruption is endemic. And I asked him specifically about his foreign minister. A few years ago, the FBI found that he took a $500,000 bribe from a Chinese businessman. You know, after they looked through some emails of hiss yet Sam Kutesa is still one of president was seventies. Most trusted men. What do you tell Ugandans who see this pass by and you don't fire your foreign minister? That one is is terrible. I have not read it. But what I read it on. I really I despised And Condemning or policy. It's I'm happy to send you the indictment, which has the email in it, you can reuse do But look, The truth is he has had years to read this, so he must have known about this. Okay Elections, as we've mentioned are on Thursday. Is he campaigning? He is He's everywhere in Uganda, but he did still take the time to drag me around his farm to show me his cows. Yeah. These and these cows or his prized possessions, and you know they're beautiful, and he has 10,000 of these cows. But as he was walking away, he wanted to explain what made him different from his young opponent, he says. Bobby Wine is too focused on the lumpen proletariat or the thoughtless masses because what you do with the money the income generated by the By us the farmers. The industry's That would happen Who would head up in the ghetto people? Hmm? So he's saying if you can't hear it, that it is the rich like him, who will help the ghetto people. And this is coming from a man who has 10,000 cows in a country where many people eat meat for special occasions. Maybe for Christmas or for ead. This is so fascinating. Aitor will have more of your interview later today. What will be here? So we will ask him about elections will talk about his opponent and why security forces have reacted so violently to protests. And maybe it won't surprise you. But President was seven E is unrepentant. That's NPR's ater Peralta. Thank you later. Thank you, Tanya.
Traveling To Snowdonia
"Let's start with a peak at the natural appeal of the largest national park. In wales snowdonia the highest peak and wales in fact the highest peak in england and wales is called snowden sits in the heart of the snowdonia region and in one of britain's first national parks these welsh islands offer outdoor adventures gorgeous backdrop and draw countless tourists each year. Well skied martin. The land of its is here to help us make the most of our time in snowdonia martin. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me there. So i've been to your home. Snowden is right in the backyard you grew up there in northern wales snowden in snowdonia national park mean to you. It's a place. I tend to walk quite a lot. It's just a huge and beautiful area. When i say huge. It's massive eight hundred and twenty seven square miles but you don't see that many people in it feels massive because it's it's windy it stark. It's pristine yeah. Small road not allowed to crowds. How tall is mount snowden. It's the massive height of three thousand six hundred fifty feet above sea level at its peak but because it rises more or less out of the sea. Yeah it has the aspect of bigness about it. It's so interesting because here on the west coast of the united states. Three thousand five hundred feet. It's like this is sort of a medium mountain pass for britain. That's a big peak. That's you know. Ben davis is the highest one in britain and there are few mountains over four thousand of the snowdonia national park. You have all of wales peaks over three thousand feet high and on. I think there's only one pecan english over three thousand okay. And this is the north of wales in. I've traveled on wheels. A fair bid. I just if you got limited time. I would recommend north. The peaks only Less than four thousand feet but didn't The british Climbers have mount everest. Actually practice in the snowden area. They practiced in that. Nobody had ever used oxygen on a mountain before. And so they had a stroll round be had Two systems an open and closed. And they thought oh. The closed system is much better. But what they didn't realize goes onto everest the vows and clo- system froze so the luckily they had a couple of open systems with them but they had some rugged enough areas in north wales where thought they could have some practice there. And you do get to some mountain. they're not resorts alert. Sort of hiking centers or something there. There's some beautiful towns. There's town called. Beth goulart galaxy. Guess who described beth killer it's a mountainous area and therefore towns villages. They nestle in the valleys. They don't sit on tops of hills and bathe galax which means ballots grave is useful in a little bowl with rivers running through it stone building. Oh everything is built on. Everything is built stone bridges over the babbling drone bridges and of course slate roofs because wales used to be the slate production center of the world at one time that right so when we think about going to north wales as a visitor and we want to do some hikes. What advice would you give for enjoying the nature of snowden national park and bringing up some calories at the same time you can hike all levels. Mt snowden itself with acid in welsh is an attraction. And there's a railway that runs up if you don't wanna walk for three hours just take the train and this is kind of a cute little tourist steam train. Yeah it goes from some berries up to the top and that's a family out it is. It gets crowded. Some of what i was going to say is that snowden is like a magnet people have heard people know that so that eight hundred and twenty seven square. Miles will get away from snowden. You'll see fewer and fewer and people which is a lovely thing. It is very empty area. It is and if you wanted to have some rugged memory you could hike it without the steam train. Take what five hours or so three hundred. Well five hours up and down if you if you know. It's a nice day. It's a lovely day. Beware say this flat up. Beware of times of year like easter when it's considerably cooler the top dress. Well okay
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New York becomes fourth state to record 1 million Covid-19 cases
"Cases cases state state of of New New York, York, surpassing surpassing a a million million covert covert 19 19 cases. cases. Yesterday, Yesterday, the the numbers numbers are are climbing climbing to to 10 10 10 10 wins reporter Carol D'Auria. Talking to folks getting tested outside the Queens library, some of them waiting for more than five hours. The number of people in New York state who have tested positive for covert since March is well more than a million and more than 30,300 New Yorkers have died. At the Queens Library branch on Lefferts Boulevard. Neela was waiting five hours for a covert test. She arrived. It's 7 30 in the morning and received it at 12 30, she said, because there are so many positive cases. He felt it best to get tested herself. That's why I became. That's why I became just wanted to make sure we don't want to go over there and you know you're you're positive, and he spread it so prevention and she didn't mind the weight and Nellie agreed. She waited four hours outside in the cold. It's been good. I mean, I think it's safe to everyone needs to get tested, so I don't mind waiting. It's worth it. Another person, waiting said there's no point in getting angry about the line one way or the other. You just need to know if you have the deadly disease.
EU officials formally sign post-Brexit trade deal with UK
"This is Lou makers have been asked to approve a one thousand two hundred page brexit trade agreement in one day to beat immediacy deadline top European Union official signed the document not long before U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson urged U. K. legislators to back the deal in the heart of this bill is one of the biggest free trade agreements in the world as well as we discussed in this chamber many times Mr speaker a comprehensive Canada style deal worth over six hundred and sixty billion pas son will make his gripes about be given any five hours in parliament to scrutinize the deal that will mean profound changes for Britain's economy and society but it is highly likely to get the backing from the house of Commons what Johnson's concepto party has a large majority former prime minister Theresa may said it's not the deals he had hoped for we have a deal in trade which benefits the E. U.'s button also deal in services which would have benefited the U. K. Karen Thomas London
Restaurants In New York Barely Scraping By As The New Year Arrives
"So You want to go out for a New year's Eve to a restaurant and celebrate as you probably have done in many years in the past, because you're not going to times Square? I wouldn't go to times Square, no matter what if it was 60 degrees and no cove, it Difficult Times Square on New Year's Eve. Just not my thing. I want to actually pee in your toilet. Not in my pants as I'm sitting there for five hours waiting. But if that's your thing, you can't do it right. So restaurants in the city or closed because of an edict. By the governor. That science based. Of course, he's just trying to react and do something. Because here in Westchester, we can go Dinan. There's a there's a capacity limit, but All these restaurants have changed, you know, like in some of these booths They'll put the plexiglass between the booths and skip Boots. So every other one could be occupied. Which is silly. Why the hell are you putting up the The Plexi class. All this stuff meant to keep the Crazy. Power hungry Health Department inspectors or The deputy sheriffs or anybody else who is being sicked upon you. From slapping you with a fine well, there's a new lawsuit that just came out restaurant group class action lawsuit against the Blasio and Cuomo. And basically it was started by the seaport house in Manhattan. There the first plaintiff butts class action, and they're basically saying, Hey, look. We cannot and will not respect or obey any further takings of our fundamental liberty. Interest in freedom's good for them. Because this is not based in science is only 1.4%, according to the state's health Department of Coronavirus cases. Not deaths. Positive cases, which could mean nothing. That are attributed to Restaurants, But the restaurants in New York City are bearing the brunt of this, so AH, place. I always go because I went to Fordham and I love to go to a couple basketball games a year we get together. We go to the game before the game. We go down to Arthur Avenue, which is across the street not fought right? And we go toe. Pasquale's Rigoletto will go to Dominic's will go to zero to know that all the good places down there that make it special. We can't do it now. Charlie. Apollo is the owner of Dominic. So, what happened to bump into yesterday? My wife and I, My mother in law went went out for lunch in Yonkers. Where, Of course, no problem. You have no restrictions other than some capacity limits, But we can have a good time and we did indoors. But Charlie Apollo and Dominic's and all the other restaurants in New York City can not. Charlie, How are you? Good, Bob. Thanks for having me today. So how bad is it? I mean, you guys have been through so much where you've had to shut down, And then you were able to open up for limited capacity or take out only by the way I'm not a take out kind of guy. When I go to a restaurant. I want the food to come out hot. I want to enjoy it. I want toe be with friends or family and not have to go to grab. You know a bag, Get it home and then have to reheat it. I'm not just me. I know a lot of people do it. Thank God they do because it's keeping you guys alive. But What's going on right now? Your restaurant Arthur Avenue, All of New York City. Are you guys air hanging on by a thread, right? That is correct or not the revenue all the restaurants, um, on Arthur Avenue followed protocol, according to the governor, I thought we were doing a good job of it all. I think all the all the city restaurants were trying to do the best they could. His shutting us down to the holidays was was very big alot restaurants and all the revenue are suffering right now. It's not enough just to sit outside. It's way too cold. On the houses they built on the street. They're trying to do the best they can with them, But it's just not enough and take out is not enough. So I think not only on off the revenue, but all to the city. Always four restaurants. We're all suffering pretty bad. Just think the governor should have a little bit more of a heart and kind of think about the small guys in this business because it's a trickle effect. It goes all the way down. On the restaurant's This applies to all the employees is just a trickling effect that it's hurting everyone.
Boston Area's Patriots QB Cam Newton Opens Up: ‘I’ve Sacrificed So Much This Year’
"Now on WBZ News Radio just had their way with Patriots last night in Foxboro, 38. 9 that is New England's worst home loss to Buffalo since of 41 7 drubbing in 1992, while Josh Allen was dumb. With 320 passing yards and four touchdowns. Three of those just Afan digs Cam Newton was pulled in favor of Jared Stick him again. After throwing for just 34 yards and rushing for a score. Newton sleeps less than five hours a night. He hasn't seen his Children in months. He's frustrated, Yes, sacrifice so much this year. It hurts when you have a outing that she had tonight and just to go home and then started over for a whole nother week. Cancer six and nine. The host the Jets Sunday to wrap up a disappointing year. It's unclear with starting QB Will be Celtics visit
Nashville bombing suspect may have been killed in blast, sources say
"The suspect in the explosion and Nashville was likely killed in the blast enforcement sources tell CBS News that the leading theory right now is that the person responsible for that bomb blast may have been killed in the explosion. We're also being told that DNA's tested being conducted on human remains found at the scene. Today, federal agents raided the home of a person of interest in connection with the explosion. CBS News has learned that law enforcement has identified the man is Anthony Quinn, Warner. This Google maps image obtained by CBS News shows an RV behind the wood fence, matching the description of the vehicle that exploded in Nashville. An FBI bulletin from the weapons of Mass destruction directorate, said Warner. At a similar make and model RV and the Google Street You shows an RV park in the yard of the Warners home. Today, part of the downtown area remains a crime scenes. There is a picture emerging, investigators have been able to trace the movements of the RV and the person driving it back almost five hours before the blast on Friday of 1:20 A.m.. It was at the intersection of Korean Veterans Boulevard and Second Avenue South. At 5:28 A.m.. A 911 caller reported that shots were fired in the area. Later there was another 911 call from someone telling police. The recording from the RV was saying a bomb was going to explode. When police arrived on scene, the RV was spotted parked outside the A TNT building. Officers noticed blinds and clothes covering the window. Shortly there after the warning of an imminent bomb started blaring through the streets, and all units are concerned with this is an explosive device. After the blast sources a shell casings from a gun were found at the scene. Perhaps set off by the large explosion. Or leads for investigators to follow along with about 500 tips.
Red Hat CEO Turned IBM President Jim Whitehurst Drives Cultural Change
"For too long into the red hat experience. But but how i'd be fascinated understand now yet a new culture a very different one from red hats After the acquisition talk about your own personal journey going from that dynamism of the red hat experience to the much larger organization different culture of ibm. Yeah sure i'm right in the middle of it. So i can spend a ton of time on Five hours on it or we'd spent five minutes so i'll start with a little bit. You know so what. I think i learned over time is out. I would argue. Delta airlines not was on the board of united now is incredibly well run company and it has a culture that would have killed red. Hat's red hat is a very well run company and it has a culture that would kill delta different. I'm gonna get together culture up at operating model because you're operating models really what drives cultures so it's leadership style behaviors sure banishment processes to org structure all electric culture. So i'm gonna munch those together. We had time. I can try to tease those apart. Let me just start off with those things together. A bit so in observation there is many companies have developed the operating model culture to dry standardization efficiency. Right that's what delta did the recent delta's the most on time airline at least the majors is because we spent a lotta time driving a ton of efficiency standardization. You're everything you're doing about how you take variance out and that's great for driving efficiency. Not really good for driving innovation because innovation is frankly all about driving variance in and so i got to red hat. What i thought was chaos. Lovely before i kill the i learned over. Time was just a relatively. Extreme way to trotted drive a faster pace of innovation and you know just taking the extremes the operating model delta. It's a single digit margin business where you are running very own. We wanna take in the last piece lettuce office salad. You'd get a salad. I mean you're like really really you know. It's a tough business in the software business if you get a winning product it money. Any software products gross margins are ninety plus percent if it's a winner jimmy lot of money so the question is will generate a winner and so once the innovation model that likely to try to write set of stuff where you ultimately ended up with winter. And so you know. I think for even how i spent every day at church at delta versus read different the cultures were is just the whole models are set up differently and so fast forward to that has one of the reasons why i have moved over to be. President of ibm is not because we want to drive red hats culture to be. Ibm's culture because ibm as a lot of services businesses we Mainframe hardware bunch of other things. But we want to try elements of the. I read culture in ibm. And the reason. I start off with that. Preamble and i encourage every company around. This ought to be really really chris. There is no better and worse. Culture operating model there are cultures and models that are used for different things. And here's the trick. Most companies a even red hat at both right you know we still had accounts payable processes and other things where we frankly didn't need all that innovation those standardize delta you want no innovation safety procedures before your trust me No examination there on the website you want experimentation so we're all mixes of those in it so to start off kind of coming into red hat. Everybody will most people idea are looking for breath of fresh air and a change. And i think we're trying to do some of that. But to be very very chris there elements of ibm's model. That are really important for what we do. And their elements red. Hat's model that we want to inject into ibm to change. But it's not a value judgment of better worse. It's different for different purposes. By the way. I'll say this is true in it. And i think a lot of people mess up in it they create a innovation group. That separate have no problem with the separate innovation group yet. But you can't over celebrate it like the special kids in the people who are running your european than keeping the lights on or not right and he can say hey. I'm gonna for model for these things. But they're both equally important is like a heart alone. Got gotta have both right. So i spent a lot of time at ibm talking about those things. Now what we've done from there is. We are very chris that there were three components of halter characteristics of culture. That we wanna drive ibm Entrepreneurial spirit growth mindset in radical candor. But we've also been very clear. Those are attributes. And i don't know how to implement an attribute i don't even know but when i can't do is i can exhibit behaviors. So we started. We're starting off in Stop word route. Which is it's like. Ninety percent of the prophets is probably fifty percent of the people but in the software group We're taking all of our managers breaking cohorts. Were having town halls meetings. You define behaviors that leap believe support radical candor growth mindset Upper pearl spirit and. Then we're going to be very clear on that what we expect of our people were setting up kind of bottom up rewards and incentives around those things and so i'll say you know behavior i if i'm gonna meeting in someone doesn't speak up. I will proactively ask everybody meeting before we make a decision and stuff like that or going to keep thirty minutes of every agenda free open time so people have issues talk so it's not hard stuff but you kind of put together the thirtieth those behaviors in now you start getting changed applied. The of really really involved. But i've been very crisp up front. There's kind of driving future state in seeking future state if you want to think about the opposing models not way. You know the way i talk about is. Ibm is very much. We plan yet. We get prescribed it and then we kind of execute. Where red hat we configure. We don't really plan because you're kind of configuring organization. Yup we can enable rather than really prescribing. We more engaged for executed. What
12-Year-Old Queens New York Boy, 7-Year-Old Cousin Found Safe After Taking Parents’ SUV On Joyride To Delaware Border
"Joyride. 12 year old boy from Queens. New York is okay and so is the seven year old cousin. He brought along with him on a drive from his home to the Delaware border. You took the wheel of his parents Range Rover and police were able to track him with the vehicles. EZ Pass, He stopped one summer, five hour trip to buy cookies with his dad's credit card. These people live near the family that's very brave to even get on a car and 12. Everyone gets the temptation at that that age. age. Do Do something something crazy. crazy. Just Just hope hope is is apparent apparent that that they they don't don't hurt hurt themselves. themselves. Everyone Everyone else else it's it's thought thought of of Social Social Media Media challenge challenge prompted prompted the the excursion. excursion. Police Police say say there there will will be be no no charges. charges. Steve Steve Case and CBS News Old boy
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Why You Should Work in 90-Minute Spurts
"What's more effective working nonstop for five hours or working in three ninety minute? Intervals spaced out with twenty minute breaks. It might seem like that first option is best if you're one of those workers who skips lunch and doesn't leave your desk until five but according to science you'll be better off taking those breaks. It all comes down to our treaty and rhythms like Circadian Rhythms all trading rhythms referred to a sort of body clock that cycles regularly throughout our lives but while Circadian Rhythms Keep Track of the twenty four hour day night cycle ole trading rhythms role in cycles that last between ninety and one hundred and twenty minutes during that time your brain wave frequencies rise and fall basically after. You spend a longtime concentrating on one task. Your brain needs a break so you get a natural law and concentration every hour and a half to two hours. Studies have found that all sorts of things are affected by these cycles like alertness and especially attention and nineteen ninety-three study by psychologist anders. Eriksson found that. The best violinists all practiced in three ninety minute chunks with breaks in between a nine thousand nine hundred five study found. The people generally maintain their sleep cycles after waking as periodic sleepiness cycles. That's why experts swear by a rest activity cycle that builds breaks into the workday. So now that you know. It's backed by science and actually the more effective choice. It's time to start taking those twenty minute. Breaks try setting a timer for ninety minutes and when the timer goes off you get up. Take a walk grab a snack or maybe even just rest your eyes for a bit. Your brain could use the break. I started doing this. Setting ninety. Minute timer is specially when I work from home because when I work from home. That's what I'm most notorious for rolling out of bed heading over to my desk sitting down at nine. Am and not getting up until like two in the afternoon. Yeah and for people who tend to do that. I think this is a much better fix than some of these other productivity hacks like the Pomodoro technique where you just work twenty five minute chunks. That seems too short for me. I get really immersed and suddenly the time's up and I'm out of it. Yeah a long story short. You need a break. How often you take. It is kind of up to you. But at least once every hour and a half. Or
"five hours" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"With fifty five hours of programming each week well the trump administration's plan to clear a massive backlog of immigration cases has gone into a fax with the opening of soft sided courthouse facilities in cities along the US Mexico border the first hearings were held this week when twenty one asylum seekers stood in a tent in the rate of Texas to have their cases heard remotely by a judge in a brick courthouse in San Antonio so let's talk about this now with A. B. C.'s Jim Ryan in Texas these are already being called by critics. part of a faux process. well yes and they say it's a kind of factory jobs this is what some people are calling it the trump administration calls is an extension of the migrant protection protocol the orders that people seeking asylum in this country all wait their turn for an immigration hearing in Mexico so these these Ted courthouses are being so close to the border so that people can come directly to that facility make their appeal before a judge remotely by a closed circuit TV then go back into Mexico in a way to either the next hearing for a decision on their asylum request yesterday there were a hundred and six cases scheduled in the in the courthouse in Laredo all right on the border fifty two people were there for them had attorneys yeah the others who didn't show up or were considered no shows they were rubber stamp deportation back down into whatever country they came from so you have forty two thousand people basically waiting to get through how long did they suspect it's going to take to process everyone is waiting. well and I mean if you do the math the expectation is that at some point there will be four judges hearing about four hundred cases a day four hundred total cases every day the wanted Laredo specifically that's one of a couple of three court houses like that so that would be twelve hundred a day they they they intend to run these things seven days a week so I mean mass tells us that occur within the next few months they may actually clear out a good portion of those thousands and thousands of immigration cases pending before immigration courts so yeah it it may be a process of of picking through a what is a mountain and what's more that many of these people simply don't show up at all as we saw yesterday the quartet Laredo Jim what's your read on this is this temporary or could this be permanent down the line. well I mean for as long as there is this big backlog is gonna be permanent Sam and and I don't know if that is the he's going to abate anytime soon yes we've seen the numbers of of Depor I've not deportations but being held in custody at the border go down to the last few months there and individually they may would reach a point that they don't need these courts anymore but for the foreseeable future they'll be up and running at Neil I had heard that they were keeping the you know the media and a congressional members who wanted to visit these courts out is that true in public court houses are supposed to be public areas yes customs and border protection says that there's a security risk and that to having people coming in and and watch these proceedings so there whereas you can walk into the courthouse there to Sacramento and and sit down and watch all day long if you want this isn't like that and attorneys have complained that they're not being allowed to come in that migrant advocates aren't being allowed to come in and and explain the right for that silence seekers have before the courts all in the name of security so that's another of the criticism here as they do this is all being done behind closed doors alright Jim thanks so much ABC's Jim Ryan for us live in Texas I can for see this lack of OpenCL open is the lack of transparency being a really big yeah that's a that's a problem that's M. this putt courts are supposed to be public to go into period end of sentence all right let's get out.
"five hours" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show
"What's up dude dude you're so far away right now i know delivery islands but here's the weird thing about where we are okay so we are five hours behind you tomorrow or we are nineteen tina hours ahead so i celebrated that were crazy i celebrate the fourth of july twice you're like you're in the future though right i am they're living in you sure i'm in i'm in the future and let me tell you what brandy its beauty all right i mean the incur the waters blue or you know the fruit richer you know melton meli or you know just a lot of allowing the future really is amazing oh interesting so terrifying terrifying us okay so fiji is so far is it worth going all that way yeah there's only like eighty it was only like eighty eleven in our flight from elway yeah from elway andy fly west yeah you fly west like were not that far from australia it's like a five hour flight east to australia where we are right now so okay but some are by the way this is so buji but it's just a funny thing like we opted for business class right up or shut up if you're if you're on here's the thing everyone out there if you're on a flight it's longer within eight hours you're not like that you really should probably get business class if nothing more so you can sleep on the flight and not feel like an absolute piece of garbage while you're on vacation exactly i completely agree but here's the thing so like if you've ever been like on a really big like transatlantic planer whatever yeah you when you board you kind of bored in the middle of the plane right the haves hanging yes taken last ahah the have not iraqi all right and so so sarah dyer boarding the plane that like i won't fucking alleged killer in so we're getting close and she's like i think it's only gonna take a left joyce now the left and then we got buried it was like oh so how did well that's please come this way and i'm like last hour i know she's frozen you there all right sorry i lost you there were many island dude i would definitely googled sue nami in fiji here's the thing god that's what we'd be funny i've that goes on a really good rant there about tell you laugh anyways there's just nothing better than hanging louie a on an airplane guys like that's just the best stuff in the world you know it's actually better i'm about to like out booze you are as good a blues me when you're on the double decker plano i've never been a lovely oh which only business class up top yeah and you you get a whole different ramped even go up to the second level like oh oh man.
"five hours" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"I'm in all five hours. The lines are open. We don't push that hard on our eight o'clock show. We don't push it hard on this are eleven o'clock show, but the lines are open for you to call in with any of your residential real estate question. And we will deal with your question. If you have a comment, we'll deal with your comment. We heard from a handful of listeners during the break and one of them we're going to read what was stated because we have heard that this is happening and that'll be later in the show, but the call in number Larry is three zero three seven one three eight two five. Five five. Zero three seven one three eight two five five. Well, I wanted to give a thanks and seer and and shout out to Tony Bertram. He is the engineer producer. He is happy with with. I think you got that blueberry Muffin from Pinera today. Pinero tech center. Heck, they're always happy to help the crew at k how and the barren Larry team be, you know, well-fed, let's put it that way. But Larry, let's talk about the interest rates before we get to our theme. They didn't change much this last week at all did they know the really there was no significant change. No significant change at all. And that means those of you who did not hear last week's interest rates, you just left out dark to share what they are now. Right. I mean if you didn't listen last week. I only kidding.
"five hours" Discussed on KGO 810
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"five hours" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And especially when you're driving alone. For four or five hours in my case, eighteen hours, and you listen to sports radio. It's great. It literally is like having a new buddy in the car drive with you as nothing like, it radio music radio can't touch it at all. But you've had listeners like when there's an earthquake or something, and we take calls call in and say that they a lot of people leave this show on in the background because it makes it feel like there's like family in the house. Somebody's round like a huge compliment. Like when I was a kid. I always I was always fearful heard noises. I was a guy if I hear it annoys at three in the morning. I'd stay up till the sun comes up all of a sudden up. I can go to bed, right? But I always turn the TV on. And I never knew when I was a kid that all that crap was recorded. I thought it was live, and I always thought. Wow. Through somebody on the TV that I'm okay? The somebody else there by need anything. That's how it get to be. But I I was a kid. I was three or four years old as well. As the TV. Oh, the noise the volume would be turned down because my mother would kill me. But as long as I could see the TV, and the TV was on and somebody who's on that TV before they went to the you know, the Indian and the sign out sign out. Yeah. The the star spangled banner, and that's all folks, aided that was the worst thing. Like, oh, no, I'm alone. Yeah. It's so comforting. Here's the texts exchange. I had with my wife about my daughter's filling my wife had a a small. Physical procedure medical procedure. And she was tired, and they gave her some pain killers for it. So I picked up my daughter at one thirty brought her home told her to brush your teeth.
"five hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Year ago? Five hours five hours tonight, just a few inches. Here can spell big trouble. This man with a Trump has been busy pull them out of letting them as they get more guys. He conditions expected to grip the UK through the weekend. Tom rivers ABC news, London. The legalization of marijuana. And so many places has led to some different kinds of calls. Here's ABC's Scott Goldberg. The internet is home to many videos, like this one guy laughing is a dog owner is dog ate marijuana brownies. And is now clearly stoned in struggling to stand. But it's not funny says the American society for the prevention of cruelty to animals, which reports a huge spike in the last decade and calls to its poison control center up nearly eight hundred percent because of the popularity of pot. Edibles more humans are keeping tasty marijuana treats around the home and dogs are dogs. But pot is toxic to pets and can cause a dog's heart rate to drop to dangerously low levels. Scott Goldberg ABC news, call it in. After a factor. The government shutdown residents of one northern California community have at least temporarily lost access to a popular beach while Drake speech in point. Reyes national seashore was closed during the shutdown, and it's Steph furloughed some adult elephants seals knocked down a fence and took over a beach. That's usually reserved for humans when the park reopened on Sunday. Staff had to close the road to the beach because there were seals in the parking lot. There about fifteen hundred elephant seals at the park. There are now about fifty to sixty adults on the human side of the beach and they've given birth to thirty five pups park officials are currently discussing what to.
"five hours" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Emma with Emma. You'll have everything you need to connect your data, build your audience and do your most successful Email marketing ever. Emma puts its customers. First offering powerful marketing with a personal touch. They're easy to use platform, makes it Vance functionality accessible to everyone on your team with no technical skills required and their award winning team is always ready to support you on your Email marketing strategy, design list, migration, and more requested customized demo today at myemma dot com. If you're one of those who wishes you could clone yourself to get everything done in a day, this may seem odd to you. But a new survey finds that many people think they could get their job done by about two pm. The surveys from the HR tech company. Kronos, which disclosure here is one of this programs, corporate underwriters, Mitchell Hartman reports. So think you could do your job in less than eight hours a day. Nearly half of employees surveyed by the Kronos workforce institute said they could do their job fine in just five hours a day. If they could do it uninterrupted, that's based on a voluntary online poll of more than three thousand working people in the US and seven other developed countries researcher. Dan Shaw bell says, Americans lead the pack in overtime with nearly half of US respondents putting in more than eight hours a day. Americans feel like they have to always be busy and people start asking questions. If you have downtime vast, the social norm, Carl Van Horn at Rutgers University. Suggests another reason. So many of us don't wanna leave work economic anxiety after the job losses of the great recession, people still feel trapped and worry unwilling to take vacation. They're entitled to because they're afraid they'll be replaced. Forty percent of Americans surveyed by Kronos, wont a four day workweek, as long as they don't lose any pay to get it. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace in less. You think I only do seven minutes, twenty seven seconds worth of work in a day. Given the length of this segment all have. You know, that doesn't include all the time. I spend having very profound thoughts about our journalism and I add paper to the printer sometimes plus Tracy asked me just the other day to sniff to see if the milk for the coffee had gone bad. So I have a lot to do around here in New York. I'm David Brancaccio with the marketplace morning report.
"five hours" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Planet them Michigan, where big ideas and mobility are born. Many years of timber is a tough one for stocks. I'm David Brancaccio in New York. August was a strong month for US stocks. The NASDAQ rose, three point, eight percent in the month just concluded the Dow rose, two percent the s. and p. five hundred rose two point, two percent. But while past performance should not be a guide, I note that September is can be rocky in early trading today. The Dow is down one hundred fifty, four points, six tenths of a percent. The s&p is down three tenths percent. The NASDAQ right now down half a percent. Maybe it's September Jeffrey. Cleveland is chief economist at payden in regal in Los Angeles. Good morning, good morning, David, you know, I was thinking October's the bad month for the stock market because of the history of crashes including nineteen twenty nine, but actually look September is the time that historically people have been selling. Well, that's right. David vacation is over there. Plenty of things to be worried about on a global basis to start off. There's eleven trillion in US. Dollar denominated debt globally, that's up pretty dramatically over the last decade. And that means that any rise in US interest rates and the US dollar is an issue for global bonds. All right, couple that with concern over the burgeoning trade war and Brexit's. But all that was true in August in the stock market went up. The shoe with Brexit is Mark Kearney says, you know, the central Bank chief at the Bank of England says he's gonna play cleanup rather than be proactive on Brexit. So that makes markets worried. But I think at the end of the day, it comes down to what is the economy doing and how our corporate profits working last week. We looked at corporate profits and usually corporate profits are down ten percent before eight of the last nine recessions and last we got good news and corporate province. They were up seven point, seven percent in the second quarter versus a year ago. That's the best reading since twenty fourteen. So as long as we're making new highs on corporate profits, David, I think stocks despite all the concerns can continue to move higher. Things change Jeffrey. I know you will Jeffrey Cleveland is the chief economist at paid in regal. Thank you. David. Crude oil is above seventy dollars a barrel this morning in New York up one point, two percent with what could become Hurricane Gordon bound for landfall in Mississippi and Alabama tomorrow, or perhaps late tonight FILA named Seth frogmen quit his post the other day as the student loan watchdog at the consumer financial protection bureau. He said the Federal Bureau wasn't doing enough to protect the more than forty million Americans struggling with student debt. His departure comes as multiple state and federal law enforcement agencies try to crack down on scam artists who prey on people trying to pay back. Their loans, carry young reports from WB. You are in Boston student loan scams can.
"five hours" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Employee was left changing because i was getting five hours or more time between meals in meal frequency was right down and driving so let vest hand it is not about frequency it's about nutrient density obviously bouncing your blood sugar in home is fanning capacity olympia tommy the same thing when this made someone and we'll talk about that three meals pajau can be enough and some people's right on less than that most people think are out of a tree let me think totally crazy they will could see reacting in distress about not being able to snack so then i'm pretty clear to the education onto no we don't tell you to eight a number of meals that happens by default right when you fix your metabolism when you play his bill of the most nutrient dense foods when your blood sugars stable by default you i need to snack and you're naturally having lis meals or decrease meal frequencies i love when someone gets to experience that first hand because the gone from that fear of being afraid of of the attention of bang hungary not being able to snack to realizing daren't nate to be rising old dialect animal in the field this is one of things to that whenever i have somebody that i mean the dire has is great because it can offer so much stuff but a lot of people are coming from maybe a standard american diet in joining into this kita phenomenon and whenever they have a problem with it not losing weight or not having energy your trouble adapting my first question is generally eating real high qualities food sources because i feel that is a precursor to be peeled to do low carb high fat diet and as someone that you've noticed as well a lot of people still have trouble say if they're pretty low quality food in ketogenic state.
"five hours" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"As a drive from la five hours and change depending on when you go you can get it can be a lot longer depending on whether you get stuck in traffic so it's right on the cusp of being of being worth it to a being worth it to fly is it exciting it is which way of getting to vegas feels like more of a transformation but yeah i mean that's that's interesting transfer me i think transformation is exactly the right word and it it can sort of depend right like if you're going with a group of friends honestly like driving is pretty great right 'cause like you start off there's road treads be you buy scratcher is to redeem when you drive back dan what did he might have been nevada you've got to redeem them in nevada what scratches and in vegas states and rigor that yeah absolutely and that's that's true of a lot of the types of entertainment available in nevada what scratches in vegas please see a medical professional but that the you know right that that's there there are different rituals there are different rituals for different sort of groups of people if i were going with apparent for like a more sedate kind of trip or if i were going for like a bachelor party where i didn't want to be bothered with cars or things things like this i didn't want to have to worry about the the responsibility of driving and the responsibility of sobriety and things like that then then i would definitely fly but then if it were like if it were even a weekend you know a weekend with significant other or something like that there can be there could be something fund about that about that trip in like it's whether you go i mean eh airplanes always involve this kind of disjunction because you sort of step into a metal tube and like you're you're in the air and you're in this kind of non space non time for a little bit if you fly any distance you know their time changes and so there's this kind of discombobulation that happens driving to vegas does something similar because like there's from los angeles.
"five hours" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I stand not doing five hours of this folks not and to get on peaceful protesters i'm sorry foes that's not what this these countries all about it's not and saint joe dimaggio's degraded play level lift he's he's not beverage was better ted williams better we'll gary made them better she said jamal higgs felt what's up jamaa claude there's only one back into getting into white role as an again i'm not even going to go there jamaa on that you're entitled to your opinion on that he's dead wrong in the way handlers situation over the weekend but i am not going to get involved in making some declaratory hey listen djaballah his you need to now i may sports talk host i come here to do sports shows i am not going to come on the air and make declarative statements about whoever is sitting in the white house whether it's trump blubber it's obama whether it's george w bush it's now plays i don't want to do it you know my feelings by man you know the guy dress of earlier but i am not going to get into a political debate we yet i wanted bill it found that donald hip hip off that subject i'm an independent job screwed up good all right anyway get onto college football job hey i overthink cowboys ya that so order by what are a couple of buy orders they all bear back it up oh i augur as i live i've got an overreaching in.
"five hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The turtles in it's hard not to because they have such great personalities in each species has their own distinct personality styles named by each individual animal actually is very different in from all the rest frank it's very neat such is talking about turtles and taking them out of the that weird the the weird category of animal we don't care about and talking about him makes a difference could show people losing doors still though think of them differently their mothers they're going to get their eggs any dash they're they're they're the personalities absolutely absolutely every turtle that we get in typically the animals that we get in are injured so they're already a little bit angry and upset the dead there but each one of them i mean we have some that are very selenium berries in a very quiet dispositions and then we have some that just a very curious about certain things we have certain animals that come in and are just really ran bunk chesslike you know and then if you get them together sometimes turtles are habit you have put in the same habitat together because they're the same species others the same size and then you know it's one of those things where you can tell the different personalities in that tank in a one is the itre when we eat the food i mean our honestly alexia i'm not sure you i want to take the time i'll talk a little bit about a very special case of muffins the snapping turtle show of ince's navin turtle okay i got sure we have i have five hours i have always natasha go ahead all right well muffins the snapping turtles the story actually started bobby gear so we'll go uh when we got called in about a snapping turtle backwards struck in a over fifty five housing complex this is an area where you win really expect to have a turtle road strike on a road that has a twelve mile an hour speed limit but nonetheless this turtle got hit in dragged by a resident of this particular a neighborhood and when we were called on the scene this snapping turtle was in a lot of pain on the side of the road and sadly on one of the.
"five hours" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Five hours wow two hours of this and our country then to us over five hours of solomon mayo it's just it's mold and the human mind can take more than anyone can take that certainly right but anyway it's been fabulous job sixty all night killer legal particularly enjoy dot com this go oh by the way what production team lacking in just reminding us thanks very much don't worry about it will just mentioned enroll ember even though we're old you could vote alerts jason is though yes only only cat satan from outer space he kept in law or something like that that what he is well let me angle so we just we almost got to the end of the show no one reminding us sats unbelievable yet because now we have to say hello to jason isaac the live long and prosper all was the phrase everybody using air something like that hailing on all frequencies i think we should reset we should be claiming in law caps lock in law i think has precisely why say you object confirming it because you said is that right lohan up will be a good captain do you think i don't know i mean do we know anything about it all star trek discovery right and there appear to be they appear to be in pre production of we'll several episodes what he got what do you go anywhere close to this part no hadn't been no no no we we elevated him above the power you think he has an agent because if he doesn't we should us isn't it we should be his areas with your agent.
"five hours" Discussed on Cortex
"Four or five hours on that wednesday but i could do a half an hour's walk at nine and house work at ten one ellsworth twelve noon one hour's work at six pm and it is the one i realized is that is that the fact that this work can happen for as long as i am awake is what makes it feel like i am always working there so i don't wanna do anything about this little right there are ways that can make this better i could not look at my email other than a specific time of the day i could not open slack off within a specific time today like i know i can do all of that but i don't wanna do that that's not how i want to work like i currently i liked to work the way that i do which is to always be working right i will interject here and just say that while for many people i would recommend exactly the things that you just mentioned i would not recommend them to you like i i still think that your business and your involvement in it really benefits from you being around and available to a lot of different people at a lot of different hours the i i really think that you're availability makes a big difference to how well relays doing so you e even if he wanted to crank it down like i think you are in a very difficult position to even do that so the thing that it is doing now it is making me feel better knowing this good good good because i am realizing like i feel like i'm really busy all the time then but it turns out a not as busy as i thought i was like i am not working might might the thing i used sales i'm working for as much as i'm awake that's how i felt.
"five hours" Discussed on 640AM KFI
"Some small that's going to be interesting election and we will be live by the way on november eighth for five hours that night he is we will z right we're going to do live coverage all money and by the way list for ten when the seventies and went after i say no way you say way ok kuchar once again be on went for five hours five hours no way way we gonna do that more of the night into the lineup be listening to the current kinds men are egos george nori and coast to coast all ball there's me on live he's going to on all five hours live that night it's gonna happen she's going to be hip it you know cancer you know clint might win this thank you know should got a good shot and she winds like at seven o clock when around the air and he's got their five hours live of over the phone no but i'm not sure to people thank you he he'll have he always has i don't know he's got a great show you never know but i mean the hill over the role with that they are you doing is or she may houston thing coming in your life because she is performing down a deep with the pacific symphony help me shine with all the information but it's this weekend so we're that we have a conversation with heard that will probably run tomorrow night or the yeah and dumb she joined the my big award winning podcasts the energy and she big chunk of it was really designed for kao five maybe of so that's going to happen and anywhere why we were talking during those because she is going to headline this fabulous show which is going to be at the pacific symphony in center and that's goal which you went to know shoes issues with the orchestra down there and they're performing all the new music from spy film so mission impossible and james bond of course she they used him did one of the great james bond opens for urine for your eyes only without zone yet come on baby of then the guy that to bam bam eleven on eleven you know for your eyes were redder yeah so it's the because of its symphony summer festival at the or by meadow medal depth but there's from about sunday and it's all james bond and spieth themed you know gold finger view to kill sky fall all that stuff that'll make the olympics look back if the return is having on this kid there are going to be a lot of people i'm not going to be there i know you're going to go crazy that he'll do a lot over the coming up and all that big gray neither is a new thing out a google.