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Interview With Roy Kinsey, The Rapbrarian

Good Life Project

06:48 min | Last week

Interview With Roy Kinsey, The Rapbrarian

"Tell me if this is true. Your parents met in a way that kind of foreshadowed your future in a little bit like they didn't mean a bar that didn't mean party is actually true that they met at a library. Of course it's a. I've had my own moments with that story. But it's the absolute truth. My mother was going to interview at. What was the large libraries in sta cultural center and my father was working at a desk. Saugus he Slip some gaming but yet that's that's where they met and then my mother was working actually on the the floor where the music was where all the film were. The vinyls that was this is not harold washington library This is before perr washes number and They met their first date was purple. Rain of the movie yet differs date was to go see preparation. The movie that is not suspicious. I eight yeah yeah. My dad loved france and it was really interesting. Because when i was putting out kinsey a memoir that is very reminiscent to me in a lot of ways of the story of purple rain Imprint the first place that i was asked to come pretty much to drop. The album actually was to first avenue for sold out show. And that's where my father lives now. My father has lived in minnesota for longer than twenty years. Twenty five thirty years probably which is why. This album is a purple winds wire at the vinyl herbal. But it was the first show that i was asked to come in do at prince's club where my father would walk at c be reforming in his hometown. Right before the shutdown so was the first and last show that i got to perform before we before the pandemic times matt. What what was it like for you. It was magical. It was so so amazing. I felt like it's called me. They're a felt like prince called me. You know called me to be there not knowing that things would shut down in a couple of weeks after that. But i think that it's sustained me in a way. I really miss performing and to be sold out show. I was called by desa so Of doom tree who lives in minnesota's a artist and author our own. Right of course asked me to come an open for her. So i do the sold out show and it was just one of the most magical experiences that i've had as far The reception was so so incredible and You know the people of minnesota really made me feel like a star that day in so it was just a lot of moments that were more magical more synchronised than even you know just the forty minutes i was on stage. It was just a whole magical experience that it's sort of like everything was leading up to that moment. Have you talked to your dad about that. His show yeah. It was so funny. My dad is very mysterious guy so when he came i didn't see him. He called me till we. It was a great show. And all that but i think just the way my mind works in the art. That was moving through in the art. That i was making and where i was in that space. I can't lie that i was like. I don't even know if he came. I don't even know if he was even actually here and van but me and my dad had this really interesting connection. I mean you have that connection with your parents. You have the connection with people that brought you into the world doesn't have to be so literal or on the phone or shortly proof or whatever life. I have that tie with my parents. My parents no when. I'm going through something whether i talked to them or not. Like they'll feel it from across town or prostate or cross country in so Randomly two or three weeks later. He sends me a video of me like on my last song. You know rocking the stage of okay. Right he was legit there. that's awesome. yeah. I mean as bad i think You know amazon. There's that connection. There's that sort of thing which. I'm fairly practical person. But there's also certain things like that that i just believe in you just feel something doesn't matter where you are I know you're also really close with grandma coming up as well right. Oh yeah my best details. Tell me more better ellen thompson. She was born in nineteen forty three in mississippi. And i love to speak her name. She was one of the first people that clap from me in made a really big deal out of me knowing how to read on my seventh birthday. She made me de. Protagonist of this book was a story of dr martin luther king junior. It should be around here somewhere. But it's right there so in this in this book that my grandmother gave me my tribute to martin luther king. Junior i am the protagonists of this book. And i'm writing a paper on martin luther king junior at tell the story of his life. But i'm you know in the beginning saying oh telling my cousins rookie creek turtle i have to write this paper on martin luther king junior Go into the story by the end of the story. I've told this whole thing. I turned it in. I get a on the paper. That is the book right. So not only. Did my grandmother clap for me. When she sees me reading. And saying that. I you know had a love. For words you should go to market a garden classes with me and sit in a walk me home and then when i began talking she would call me radio or lawnmower. She said because. I've talked so much if you call me that. And that was a foreshadowing in itself. Right i mean of me getting a on the paper. Maybe the paper was the black album. Right me. Being able to use my words for the upliftment of myself in marginalized communities in it was really just kind of like thinking about this is a power device and words in education literature a are powered by

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Arkansas Head Coach, Eric Musselman, Discusses His Team's Success This Year

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:53 min | Last week

Arkansas Head Coach, Eric Musselman, Discusses His Team's Success This Year

"Know there's a game coming up tomorrow but if we could just get some final thoughts on north we're violating the twenty four hour rule or not. But how does it feel to. I mean your fans are buzzing right. Now they've been excited all year but that really brought it home the other night. I mean the thing that that we're probably the most proud of paul is just the fact you know we got thumped tuscaloosa and we got beat before that at lsu When we were in bad rooch pretty pretty bad too and and We were able to bounce back between those two games. We had a really physical practice with weighted vests. And and you know. I'm not sure we had enough legs To play the fast place style of play that that obama plays and coach you know gets his guys really get out and run and and You know looking back. We knew that that practice would you know would would maybe set us back slightly but we're trying to think long term. We had a great environment. I mean we. You know i understand. It's a pandemic but we had a really good student section. Our crowd was good. There's there's there's been a lot of excitement over the last few weeks with the way that the team is played and and it was a big game. Th you know anytime you get a top ten cheap You know and you can you can you number one. You don't get a lot of opportunities to play top ten teams then when you do and you're able to to get a win. It is a big deal for the fans at former players boosters and and for the student athletes to reward them for for a lot of hard work but we have incredible respect coach oats and his team and we know that you know they're one of the top teams in the entire country so it was a big win. But you're right you gotta turn the page. And that's part of your team is having maturity when you do win a big game two to turn the page and get ready for your next game. I mean you're now final two days of february and and certainly you're going to be going through this now. You're going to be going through this in the sec tournament and ultimately in the nc double a. tournament for for a program that has not won a lot of big games lately. How drill that into their their minds. That this was fantastic. But it doesn't mean anything tomorrow. I mean i think you know all you can do. Really paul's just continue to talk. educate You know. I told him today that you know. I'm a lot older than them. I'm getting getting towards being an old man. And and sometimes you gotta listen to your elders a little bit on on some of these things that you talk about that you know the game you know tomorrow when we play l. s. u. the prior game against lsu doesn't matter and our pr- prior win against alabama doesn't matter there's forty minutes you've got to go out you got to be focused and You know it's. I think that that just kind of how it is and and You know the good thing is having gone through it nevada. You know none of those guys that we had there had really been through it either But i think the big thing is just understanding that each day. You've got to continue to get better. I mean even you know with with with three games to go now. We're talking about how we can get better. We're talking about improving our practice habits. We we do a to onto pick and roll defensive drill today that i'm sure they weren't really excited about doing a two onto pick and roll drill that might be. You would consider a training camp drill but we want to get better and anybody that aspires to play beyond college. Basketball should should want to become a better pick and roll defensive player so hopefully you know you can get your guys excited to understand that you know you're not just doing it for the lead these last three games and then tournament situations you're doing it for the longevity of your career as

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Flooded Mine

Scuba Shack Radio

05:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Flooded Mine

"It's time for another installment of on it. Store live here on scuba shack radio. And this time we're going back to season one episode two titled flooded mine flooded mine the premiered on january eleventh nineteen fifty eight. The show opens up with mike scuba diving. And there's a woman who is free diving with them. They're searching for a guitarfish from marineland of the pacific and that's when they encounter a c line who might calls a natural clown. He then says that he will be faced with a very different situation. Fifteen hundred miles inland where he's been called to investigate a mine. Explosion that has flooded the tunnels in the next scene. Mike is at the mine and he's talking to the head of the mind. Mr graham mr graham explains that the explosion killed thirty miners and he needs mike to determine the extent of the flooding. Mike tells mr graham that he can go thousand yards into the tunnel with his cylinder. Graham asks him what it's going to cost. Mike says we'll talk about that later. Now mr graham calls in bill henderson. Who's going to help mike. Bill tells graham that he sorry about his boy who was killed in an explosion. The scene shifts to mike being lowered into the mine in his full scuba gear with miner's helmet on he says he's been all seven seas on six continents but has never been in a mind before and never wants to be in want again as bill and mike or making their way through the mine. Bill tells mike not to touch anything. It's a tight squeeze and mike accidentally kicks a beam. That causes a bit of a cave-in. Well they finally make it to the water mike. Mike looks at his watch. And it says three twenty and he tells bill that he has forty minutes of air. Bill asks mike. What can you do if he doesn't make it back in time to which mike replies. Nothing bill tells mike. He's got a dangerous job now. Under the murky water. Mike is feeling his way along slowly carefully when he hears some noises. He doesn't know exactly what what they are but he sees a light at the surface and when he surfaces up he discovers to miners trapped in an air pocket barely breathing. Mike shoves the regulator in their mouth and smacks them starts yelling at them to breathe now the dilemma. How to get them out. There's no time to go back for another long. He can only take one out but who they draw. Rocks smallest rock stays the guy. Mike is taking out. Can't swim and he needs wait. So they load his pants with rocks mic shows. Them how to buddy breathe gives him as masks and off they go but not for long. The minor panics. Takes mike's knife and starts to fight with them. Mike drops might drops his light and gets to panic. Diver back to the air pocket. Mike goes back down to get his late and then he comes up and tells the minor to get some rocks. He's taken him out. This time keeps his mask and things go smoothly. We then see bill looking at his watch. It's four pm. Whereas mike suddenly bill sees the light. And mike comes up with the minor. It's been workman. Mike needs to go back but he doesn't have enough air and there's not enough time to go out in the mind for another tank. What can they do. Just an mike spots a welding torch where there's a torch there's oxygen tank has the same valve as regulator. What luck but mike need some tools to complete the rig now. He needs to go back down underwater To retrieve a toolbox he does and hooks up his regulator and carries the o. Two tank with them as he heads back breathing welding oxygen. Mike reaches the air pocket and finds the second minor limp. But not dead. He gives him the regulator and the minor starts to revive. He tells. Mikey sorry that he was scared. Mike says that's okay. You just didn't have enough oxygen this time. Mike says that things went a lot better than they made it out. We never did get the name of that panic minor nor did we ever find out what might charge mr graham for those of us of a certain age or watch a lot of old time television. You might recognize bill henderson. That's hank patterson who played fragile. Arnold the pigs. Dad on greenacres the episode sort of ended abruptly when when it switches to lloyd bridges on his boat telling us that three fifths of the planet is covered by sea. And how little we know so join us as we go below with si-hun as we've seen in many si-hun adventures. You never know where mike nelson will be going diving next. Stay tuned for future installments of seon. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio

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The Power of the Praline

FoodStuff

06:42 min | 3 weeks ago

The Power of the Praline

"Let's get to question let us for all liens are pralines or pauline's or lines. This is the first question what are they. Oh heck well a as it turns out the word of prowling can refer to a number of types of candies. What the word means in the american south is a soft fudgy type of carmel. Lumped with pieces of pecan and like a melt in your mouth super sweet rich buttery creamy confection with the contrasting crunch and complementary sweet buttery flavor cons so good. Oh my heck it's typically made by cooking a sugar with butter milk or cream or condensed milk. Maybe a little bit of annella and then at chapter have cons. An easter this constantly until it is a thick syrup softball stage for y'all candy makers and then you pour the the mass out onto a tray or a slab cool either in a single sheet to be broken into pieces later or in individual mounds sort of the the size and shape of a cookies when they're done they're dry the touch not sticky until they start to melt which they can like skin temperature You can get variations in there that include like rum for flavoring chocolate pralines peanut butter pralines chewier caramel praline. Pralines encased in hard chocolate sometimes called turtles cetera You can make them with other nuts too. I guess that is something. I've never seen but researching this episode. I have learned. That is definitely a thing. Yeah yeah okay. So in europe we run into some kind of serious linguistic confusion. Because in france from what i understand the word Prowling means whole almonds or other nuts that are cooked in boiling sugar then cooled so that it creates like granulated coding that keeps the almond inside fresh and i think it can also mean That confection crushed into a powder for use in like other candy making or baking. Or what have you here in the states we do call nuts that have been encased in a crunchy dairy sugar coating praline nuts and praline. Pecans are a holiday delicacy in the south. Yes meanwhile back in france. There's a related term of a means groundnuts or possibly praline knots cooked into a soft paste with sugar and chocolate and then coated in a hard chocolate. Shell like a like a bon. Bon yelm right. Meanwhile in belgium the word probably means any confection consisting of a hard chocolate shell encasing a softer filling one of the traditional fillings or perhaps traditional filling being prawning. Y'all it takes me like a really silly amount of time to suss all of this out i. It was like cross-referencing i. There was a lot of translating pages from french with google translate blake. I got very confused for a very hot minutes. Yeah that's one of the funny things about when you do grow up in an area and you don't realize something as regional venture outside of it and you're like wait you call leads. What and way for us. 'cause you just kind of assume the word means this turn out not necessarily yeah Yes so so. That's fun when you're googling it is it is it adds an extra layer of challenge of fun difficulty. A wrinkle an air history perhaps mystery what brolly are really great. Are we talking about well lauren. What about the nutrition. Well there. they're treat. It's you know it's sugar in nuts and fat it treats are nice. Tweets are great Not circling tristesse would imagine. I did find I guess this is a good transition into numbers portion. Because there aren't any numbers on pralines. But i did find one. That really cracked me up. And it was hyper specific to how many germans or eating pralines and how many were having more than one a day. And i just loved that this exists and is obviously not a well. Maybe not obviously but not the feeling we're talking about so i didn't include it but it was very funny to me that like only twenty percent of germans have proud leans more than once a day like a lot to me still. I'm just paraphrasing. Don't don't quote me on that but it was okay. Gave me a chuckle. that study did. Yeah yeah i Right right sussing out the numbers for for what. We are focusing on in this episode. Which is the american. South's version of that. Melty kind of fudge. Like pecan praline situation. Sussing that out from everything else was was was tough numbers size but i will say that at shops in new orleans that still make pralines by hand. I'm just i'm not gonna say consistently. I'm so sorry for anyone who is already being driven completely up the wall by this yeah shops new orleans. Still make them by hand out like for example Lays pralines a batch of two hundred takes about forty minutes to make start to finish and dedicated. Three person team can turn out a thousand a day. Whoa right hoof at the new orleans school of cooking. which does cooking demos and classes. They make thousands a day in overlapping batches and one cook who who mostly does candy making for them By the name of our ruffin told the la times. If i had to keep account on how many i make. I think i'd probably quit

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How to Leverage Amazon to Grow Your Business in 2021

The Small Business Radio Show

08:19 min | 3 weeks ago

How to Leverage Amazon to Grow Your Business in 2021

"During the pandemic the use of amazon sword but so has small business owners selling their products on amazon. Here talk about how they can help. Your small business is carry kucic. Who is the of small business empowerment amazon. The small business powered team is focused on driving. The success of amazon's small business partners and works with teams across amazon deliver programs. Investments that support their growth carries a graduate of the university of florida's levin college of law where she earned a juris doctorate degree shows holds in history of english from covenant. College carry welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me very so i could ask you. How did you end up being a lawyer from studying history and english extensive amounts of reading and writing. The really is i. You know when. I was In actually in high school had an opportunity to participate in a youth leadership program That included a track on the judicial system. And i just kinda got hooked on on everything that was involved in of course. Reading and writing is a big part to sorta leaned into those superpowers. I guess so. How did you pass from being a j. d. lead you to amazon and out small business owners. The phone question I do. I've today describe myself as a recovering lawyer. A my favorite time. Yes you know the thing that was fun for me about practicing law was you. You get to spend all day identifying issues in solving problems and so i really From day one enjoyed solving ambiguous problems. Where you had to figure out the root cause of whatever issue or opportunity was in front of you and then inventor way to the solution and so that took me from practicing law Up through a variety of roles on the business side where i've gotten to solve increasingly problems. focused on solving challenges For usually for others which leads to my my role today which is very good to spend all day everyday focused on helping solve issues challenges and make the world a better place for small businesses. I think a lot of people carry don't realize how many small businesses actually work through the amazon channel. Tell us about that So amazon in the us alone on amazon works with more than two million independent partners. They come in all shapes and sizes celena stores. They operate delivery service businesses. They use tools trim. Aws a build alexa skills. They published books with kindle direct publishing so amazon supporting small medium. Sized businesses is a fundamental part of our work there. It's a core part of what we do everyday. An extension of our customer centric culture. Our success depends on their success and our global head. Carrie i was gonna say in our in our store worldwide. We have over a million independent businesses selling in the account for over half of all products sold. And we've seen their sales continue to outpace our retail so we know that customers value them in this election they bring in an incredible way. The amazing statistic that over half of everything purchased on amazon is sold through independent third parties. Small medium sized businesses. That it's not really amazon. Really is the amazon marketplace right absolutely. Yeah the outlive sewing partners. The independent businesses bring those products role and bringing such a wonderful and diverse array of products across all categories. That customers enjoy now. Even i know most of us were surprised by covid. Nineteen who would know that once in every one hundred years right what happen last year but was my biggest surprise is that when ordered some from amazon. It couldn't get here in two days. I thought would never ever happen. Carry tell us about the challenges. They're really amazon. Face in the small business partners did during the height of the covid nineteen crisis absolutely right kobe. Nineteen created many challenges for small businesses. We you know despite it. We were encouraged to see that sense and through that time. Small companies have continued to grow with amazon. You know twenty twenty the number of us long medium sized businesses that surpassed one million dollars sales grew by more than twenty percents and more than thirty seven hundred surpassed him in sales for the first time. Which is just a really great business milestone for any prisoners owner. I'm those businesses have created an estimated one point one million jobs which is phenomenal. It's such an important part. Is you know what keeps our communities going and so we've seen as customers of increasingly shopping online on the past year. The businesses were using e commerce. House channel have continued to sustain grow. I'm in our commitment to supporting them. And adopting for the future has has never been more steadfast done a number of things both continuing work. We've been doing for years and new things. We did in twenty twenty to continue supporting them through that journey. And i think that's really the key role. The amazon plays a lot of companies have got into e commerce for the first time during covid nineteen and like all right. I'm gonna go set up a store. But they no incomes and i think that is really the key of getting involved in the amazon marketplace. Because you already have so many people looking for products right there absolutely One of my favorite stories. I think one of my favorite projects from twenty twenty was last year redesigned prime date support small businesses and we committed more than one hundred million dollars to help their growth over the shopping event through the holiday season and that included holding our biggest small business promotion. Yeah so during that promotion customers. Purchase dollars and products from participating. Small business selling on amazon. Ten dollars credit to spend on prime day. It's on a two week. Lead up to prime day. Small businesses included in that promotion generated more than nine hundred million dollars. In sales on prime day independent third party sellers had their two biggest as ever surpassing three and a half billion in sales which is nearly sixty percent year over year increase and even more growth than our retail business and then it also came with stories like the story of lia foods actually a seller based north aurora forty minutes outside of chicago and she makes african inspired spices but The fun part about her story. It demonstrates the power of selling on amazon and an event like prime day to find those new customers over to help those new customers find you. She shared that coming out of advent not only has she almost doubled her single day sales but her daily started trending upwards with all that new customer acquisition those stories. We really enjoy seeing so those who've never really men sold their price to amazon. What kind of rain moments are there. And what is it in a cost to market on amazon. Yes so our public schedule. So if you if any seller or someone considering becoming a feller looks online at those public public information fees range from eight to fifteen percent depending on product type and for business selling amazon. Really do that as a marketing cost because of the access to that three hundred million customers that it creates and then beyond the monthly in referral fees. everything's optional so sellers choose. What's right for their business. We offer as i mentioned a variety of services in programs than in its pick. What's right for you right so if you want to lean into advertising their options for you could choose what suits for your business if you want to move away from fulfilling your on products create more bandwidth for yourself to do other things there options to leverage by amazon into leverage the customer service support that comes without. So it's it's very much a choose your own adventure but each business owner can select the right fit for them and what fits their

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Bucks sizzle from 3-point range to blast Blazers 134-106

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Bucks sizzle from 3-point range to blast Blazers 134-106

"True holiday scored twenty two points and Bobby Portis added twenty one as the bucs thump the trailblazers one thirty four one oh six to end a two game skid the box went twenty one of forty two from three point range and shot fifty five percent overall holiday was ten of fourteen from the field and had seven rebounds and six assists motivation for put forty minutes together was that and we hadn't done that for a while the consistent shirts like what we wanted to and also like structure first three quarters Portis shot nine of thirteen and had eight rebounds that's your little led the Blazers with thirty points two and a half times the second year pros previous career high of twelve I'm Dave Ferrie

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How Tech Companies Are Changing The Way They Price Things

WSJ Tech News Briefing

14:28 min | 2 months ago

How Tech Companies Are Changing The Way They Price Things

"Chances are you've changed the way you spend your money. This year from the tech companies have noticed everyone from apple to amazon. Zoom has been experimenting with the way they price their products to try and entice and keep customers joining now to talk about. Some of their strategies is our personal columnists nicola wedding. Hey andy cole. Thanks for being here. We're going to run through the specifics in a minute. But i want to start by asking. Why look at tech. Companies pricing moves this year. What are these decisions. Tell us about the company's cigarette question. I was curious about whether or not the economic downturn prompted by this very unique pandemic would prompt companies to consider new pricing models. Or in what ways would test traditional pricing schemes. And the reason why it's unique is because economic downturns sometimes forces prices down until in this case. No one was flying into some flight. Prices went down some airlines offered. Buy one get two free seats deals. But in other cases prices went up because grocery van was higher because supply chains were in disarray. Because operational costs were higher for places like restaurants so is really interesting. Look at how companies are reacting. To this unique time i think we often think about economics and pricing models as firm that nothing is new and that there are no real experiments and pricing. But the truth is when there is a moment like this one. Nobody really knows how consumers are going to react. And so in a way a lot of these companies conducting experiments and we saw a lot of companies. Take some different approaches to that. So let's run through some of the examples we saw and we'll start with entertainment reminded us how hollywood adjust in the world of closed movie theaters. Obviously it was a huge hit. Two movie theater industry because being locked in a closed room for two hours isn't exactly cove friendly disney to interesting approach. It launched disney plus very recently and that was probably a saving grace for the company because there are lots of areas of the company that were not doing well like parks for example and mulan was. One of its biggest blockbusters this year to two hundred million dollar. Movie is the remake of a classic. A favorite of mine and they decided instead of releasing it exclusively in theaters which is normal to charge thirty dollars for early access to milan with called premier access and it was an interesting move because they were going to charge thirty dollars which is a pretty high price for streaming service as an add on to what you're already paying which is six ninety nine month for disney plus and offer that early access for three months and then make mulan apart of the larger library in december for centrally free included near subscription. So kind of just charging the price that it would cost to go see the movie at the theater but from your couch now. Milan might be a bit of an anomaly. Because of a number of factors including concerns over where the movie was filmed which was in a part of china where the government has been accused of committing some human rights abuses but batted mind. How was milan received the gamble. Pay off it fell flat. Most analysts say because of two reasons one is because there was a lot of controversy around the filming location. The ceo admitted this himself. And the second reason is that the price is really high and instead of framing the premier access price as discount for disney plus subscribers so they could have charged forty dollars for non-subscribers and thirty or twenty five dollars for subscribers to make feel like. You're getting something out of it. You know a deal. The church this premium price too subscribers. So milan didn't quite work out. It sounds like but is this something that streaming services and entertainment more. Broadly make testing. Interestingly disney's biggest rival one of disney's biggest rivals warnermedia decided to release. Its entire twenty. Twenty one slate of films included with hbo. Max not opting for the premiere pricing model and disney's next release which is pixar soul will be included in the disney plus subscription and not as premier. Add on. so you know that sort of indicates that move london. Do super well for disney. But i do suspect that if we are staying away from movie theaters well into twenty one well into twenty twenty two that they will try this again for another blockbuster release maybe with a lower price. Got it okay. So let's move on to apple. They released ton of new products this year and played on what you have dubbed the. Goldilocks effect. Can you tell us what that means. Goldilocks refers to a good better best pricing strategy. So this means you get three options or three buckets of options that represent sort of like the budget the mid tier and then the expensive model for those who have a very high willingness to pave the latest and greatest features apple for a long time has released new models one or two and then discounted previous models older models to sort of represent that good better best strategy so the budget option was always like last year's iphone this year. They released a record number of new iphone models so five in total and actually the budget option is a new phone. That was released this year. So i think what that says about apple said moving forward. They want their entire lineup their new lineup to represent more pricing tiers to appeal to wider swath of people so even those who are willing to spend just a couple hundred bucks at a phone can feel like they're getting a new iphone sort of expanding their addressable market. And as you mentioned. This is a tactic that apple has used since long before the pandemic but is there a reason sort of doubling down on this in a year like this one. Yeah you know. One of the pricing consultants. I talked to says that more pricing tiers kind of a protective measure for some companies apple is a premium brand so they can get away with selling a multi thousand dollar iphone in during an economic downturn but the lower end iphone. se. That's just a couple of hundred bucks you know. Three three between the four hundred bucks allows them to keep the customer that has a tighter budget in their brand. And hopefully that person will upgrade to a more expensive iphone in the future got it and in a similar pricing move. The fitness company peleton introduced another more expensive stationery bike and lowered the price of the existing model by about three hundred fifty dollars. So what fa logic with this move. Eso not exactly good better best because two tiered pricing system. A lot of economists called this committee classic price discrimination where someone who has ohi willingness to pay more features will pay for the very expensive two thousand four hundred ninety five dollar by plus with all the bells and whistles and those are just starting to get into a stationary bike gang but really wanna peleton are willing to pay the eighteen ninety-five price. This one research paper. That i discussed in the peace looked at this williams sonoma case where two hundred seventy five dollar. Red baking appliance wasn't selling at all and then williams sonoma a more expensive model and then the cheaper model. She sales doubled. So you know. Peleton may have been drying from this classic case here we. We don't have exact numbers on its performance but in earnings calls peleton was very bullish on. It's cheaper model and said that it would continue to be its bestselling bike but what happened is during the pandemic people were more willing to pay for premium equipment because it was replacing their gym membership. And so wait times for this. Newer by plus are now up to ten weeks and wait times for the cheaper bike are know almost half that that time so it seems like maybe peleton should have priced. They're more expensive by maybe even higher or maybe they're less expensive lake even more affordable. So i think that brings us to the fourth big pricing strategy. We saw which is this trend of companies dropping walls and generally making more of their product or service accessible for free. You just right into some of what we saw there. Yes so early. On in the pandemic a lot of companies were responding to this very sudden turn towards work from home and being online and not really being able to communicate with with other people in person so zoom for example lifted their forty minute limit for k. Through twelve educators eighteen other service providers lifted data caps. Comcast made its network of xfinity Wifi access points free for everyone. You don't need comcast subscription. The list goes on and on what they're sort of taking advantage of is the fact that free is great advertising and free something really miraculous to our brains. Were very persuaded by zero dollars. There is this very famous study of students who had the choice between a one set. Hershey's kiss or twenty six cents lynch truffle and when given that choice most students picked the lynch truffle but when the researchers lowered the price of the hershey's kiss to free and the lynn truffle to just one cent below. Even at the price difference was the same. Most students opted for the free. Hershey's kiss so free has a very strong pull on our psyche and these companies. Think that in offering free services they spread goodwill but they also increase the amount of people who are using their service and the thinking is that potentially those people will pay for other things in the long term. so nike is a good example of this. They made their are trading club app. Free the premium subscription cost some amount of money to be able to work out with their very chiseled very good-looking trainers and These trainers are wearing like clothing. And there's a short cut in the app to buy nike apparel and so in making the free They're able to sell more naked goods so they're actually making it free permanently. Yes that nike move definitely worked on me but i wonder aside from that. What is the business case for this option. I think i'm still a free user of zoom for instance which is not making them any money. As far as i know we have seen some indications at this early working for some companies zoom was extremely well positioned to do well this year but in making their service free they got more people acquainted with the service and they started rolling out new products like this new pricing page for people like trainers to charge for zoom sessions. And so i think if you're used to using a service you're more willing to hand over your credit card to that service and their revenue shot up. You know something like over three hundred percent this year year over year that may have something to do with the fact that zoom was like the premier video conferencing tool that we all leaned on but also has to do with the fact that they have a really robust free tier that allows most people to use the service without paying for for extra stuff finally we have subscription model and it sounds like the grocery delivery market is a good example of this. Yeah so home. Delivery exploded this year. It allowed people to stay away from grocery stores which all of a sudden became dangerous activity and Walmart really capitalized on this moment by offering a subscription service It's called walmart. Plus and it includes free unlimited delivery from local stores. The thinking is that it pays for itself interest deliveries walmart says. What's interesting about this example. Is that you know. Walmart really rushed this program out and so they had very scant perks and the program cost ten dollars a so that easiest comparison the laziest comparison is is tames on prime which on top of free unlimited delivery offers you know this giant entertainment bundle free photo storage etc etc until i think it was is hard for people to justify the price between walmart plus and amazon amazon prime. But we don't have numbers for walmart plus yet and it may very well have been a success and walmart plus and amazon prime aim to do the same thing which is try to make walmart or amazon the default shopping choice in her mind and i think walmart plus is a good way for walmart to become more salient in people's minds. And let's just break that down a little bit more. How does the subscription model actually work to create sort of a stickier relationship with consumers. Yeah other examples are dash pass. Switches door dashes new membership tier which lowers delivery and service costs for its customers. These companies are trying to keep switching costs high. So you want to feel like the more you use this service. The more you safe if you delivery cost three dollars typically for every order the more orders you deliver the more you squeeze out of that thirteen dollars. A month subscription so they're trying switching costs high and trying to increase the willingness of customers to buy without thinking are those are the five strategies we said at the beginning that this is sort of a big experiment. So what are the takeaways here. Are there certain hypotheses that are clear winners and losers will i. I think one of the the clear winners is definitely more pricing options for customers. That said can self select into whatever tier. they're most comfortable. Paying and that maybe premium pricing wasn't the right move but the truth is this pandemic is to go on for several more months or potentially another year and Pricing changes all the time and in the course of my reporting the story had to change multiple times because the prices kept changing perks. Kept being added onto bundles into it. Seems like companies are still trying to figure this whole thing out as we all are very enough all right. Our personal tech columnist nicole new. Thank you so much for joining me.

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Zoom suspends 40-minute cap on meetings for the holidays

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Zoom suspends 40-minute cap on meetings for the holidays

"Zoom suspending. Its forty minute limit. On from free accounts for a few days during the holiday video conferencing platform lifting limits from ten am eastern starting wednesday to six am eastern on december twenty six and again from ten am on december thirtieth to six am eastern on january second the global freebie aims to help loved ones separated amid the pandemic celebrate virtually zoom calling it a token of appreciation to users the company previously suspending call limits on the final day of hanukkah and over thanksgiving kristin goodwin fox news

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Bitcoin Bounces, Alt Coins Follow

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

07:24 min | 3 months ago

Bitcoin Bounces, Alt Coins Follow

"Roddy so small. Watch this today. I mean the market con of played. What are we not. I mean we. We certainly saw off Throughout the session in fact from the break of yesterday's law yesterday now the die before we move roughly three percent low so you know it was continuing that selling momentum it was starting to increase in the price of which it was coming off but then it reversed and now we've got bullish candles now. The interesting thing for mayo. The most important thing for me is how far we recovered from the low. All of the die we recovered about five point four percent now as much as the only closed off what it close up one point two percent. It's way price came from. Its reading the information accessible on that shot but that candle align its tokes to make it says a lot to me and it's now bullish candle. It's in the cradles. Aren't certainly not a crime. Tried from our point of view given the fact that we do not have that wonderful. Simplicity fantastic trend. But it's there The two days also in that cradles iron as well now not decide that they want further not at all but if we were to move higher i six three. I think thousand six hundred thirty We go to break but this looks like the market is still a little bit on will at wants to do and that the guy in comes from that daily candle it was selling off it had broken. The pride is low. it was. The friday was down. Four point five percent down over three percent at one stage there yet. We bounced back. I want to look at the journey of bitcoin. What it did throughout that some threat session. All to for example there was a little high low in ohio and of course it's not the cleanest clearest transnational another trend that. I'm looking to try but a detroit. Sell off a guy from the cradle zayn and filed. It did not get to move law. The market decided out to the market saw that not. We're gonna continue to move higher. All is it just david pullback before the next ditlow these are things that are right now right now. I certainly still short tried. I have a couple of the that are their modest but a guy. It's the clarity of direction is just not really strong right now especially given yesterday's selloff in pull back up to closing strong will was closing strong close than where it was at its lows of course and of course the ball. We've got something very similar again. Bitcoin was up one point. Two percent closed. I ten thousand five hundred forty. Where now down point four four hundred and seventeen and not ready telling me too much a guy like i said the The cape point ready. The high obviously is closed. Eighteen thousand six hundred thirty bragged that with what you see it. Climb back towards nineteen thousand but again the the there is not a real strong confirmation there of trend on a theory actually looking for short. Yes tonight closed up three point four percent and the guy just to talk you through. I will let kendall tells me from. Its lies to its close. It recovered point full sent. That's my main fate. That's a big move under though it didn't close up three point six percents nothing to be studied that Dying in that cradles the two days still hanging in there with could continue to console it for a while but if the high of yesterday's candle for seven twenty six we might see further nothing really special that exile pay close up four point two percent yesterday which ends up being recovery was on its lies. Fifteen point five percent a big recovery from excel pay still continues to be a quad volatile. Dies saying some big moves up and down quite frequently. There are fifty seven point six cents carney game and one percent today so far with them only just opening about forty minutes ago Bitcoin cash. I'm not really interested in bitcoin. Cash still back within that channel and it's very messy now. It closed up point full of percents stick with the same fame That was a recovery from its lies of five point six seven percent where two hundred and sixty nine dollars right now which is flat on the lot going closed up point five of a percent and as much as there are lower highs and lows and a twelve hour clearly showing downtrend. There's no notebook leah a great short traits to meet the staging a guy and just requires a little bit more patients and two white to say if that market can deliver. What is that. We're off to in terms of confirmation of direction. A guy from its lawyers to where it closed way recovered seven point five percent at seventy seven dollars and eleven so right now down point four percent on the day Still busy guy. Still very messy shot up point three percent yesterday. The recovery on yesterday was fox. Six percent there's not much interest for me for aol. Still it's just not ready. Got himself in any sort of position to be. I guess capturing more tension to eighty rot now. This one of the closed down it closed down one point six two percent now the recovery for they a very messy job was also six point two percent. It's a very horrific looking shot. It is really really ugly. It's lacking a great deal. The four there is a down trend. somewhat it's just not very good in. It's not a child i'm really Sorry considering for any directional trading he hundred sixty nine ninety four Cost to buy one right now. bonnets pulled back the twenty seven dollars closing the One point seven percent which also recovery was from its lows on that support roughly around about full point seven percent. It's the only one in the top ten currently up at some point one of the percents not a great deal and at the twenty eight dollars and nineteen cents a game. A market looked trend. Number four is not bad but without support twenty seven. It's not one that i'm going to be. I'm able to thrive myself out. If i'm honest. Cow donna no no the daily it was up. It was well full point eight percent at a giant recovery from its lies and thirteen bounce back. Thirteen point eight percent from its To where it closed a guy hip. It is a bit choppy. It is a bit messy much assignments. You pretty much majority of the market. There is potential for a shorts It's just it's the now that's really the one that would have more attention more than any of the other time frames at this stage but a guy white for that confirmation. Fourteen point six cents is what will cost you to baucau donna right now which is down point. Six seven of sent yesterday for lake. It was well a three point. Eight percent and the recovery from its lows. It isn't a bit of a downtrend. Rotten handle the smoothest but today recovering from life is nine point six percent of a strong rejection of those laws which is pretty much saying across the entire market yesterday so much we have seen a little bounce off. We're gonna continue haro Pullback for more down with momentum

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Bugging Out

Wow In the World

03:31 min | 3 months ago

Bugging Out

"Okay. Time is up. It's time to reveal the winning. Wow but before we do. Let's do a quick review. We gave you three scientific statements about bugs and challenged you to guess which one was the one true. How was it a spiders. Use their legs and feet to taste their food or was it. B cockroaches can hold their breath for forty minutes at a time or was it see. There's a type of wasp hides from predators by pretending to be bird poop and to answer yesterday's question joining us by phone. It's death in seattle. What's the while. I'm indian guy stephan from seattle and my while in the world that cockroaches can hold their breath for forty minutes. Isn't that insane. Say hi to reggie for me and dennis. Everyone knows your static. Man that is correct contestants. You guessed the answer. Be that cockroaches can hold their breath for forty minutes. You found the winning. Wow congratulations rouser. Slim cockroaches they suck it. Oxygen through small in their thorough axe and that oxygen travels through a very special system of tubes before getting delivered to all of the rest of the parts of their body. It's like they take one deep breath and their body. Does the now if you guessed a or c. You weren't too far off while spiders. Do love tasty meals it's actually the housefly that has taste buds on its feet. These taste buds. Make it easy for flies to eat on the go. They land get a quick taste and get away before danger approaches. And if you chose c. Watts may not be able to camouflage themselves as bird poop but there are some caterpillars that can the black and white spine on some caterpillars like the ones that turned into a beautiful asian swallowtail butterfly. Make them look like bird. Poop to enemies thyroid. Why don't you tell our winning hauser's one well then. All of our winning contestants will be taking home their very own in miserable flavored straight from the old battery this food flavored air will excite your taste buds and your lungs with the tingling essence of real food like hot apple pie and soup flavored air. It's barely even there. Are you sure that's a prize. Of course i'm not sure. This is a guy rise. Hey well congratulations to all of the winning. That's just about all the time we have four today but before we go. We have a little scientific challenge for you. We call it operation. Fly vision as you might know. All bugs have is but not all bugs have is like the housefly they have three small symbolize in the middle

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Buying Property To Rent And Dealing With Rent During Covid

Real Estate Rookie

02:59 min | 3 months ago

Buying Property To Rent And Dealing With Rent During Covid

"Assuming with your background that you after something that needed a little bit of work like was this a fixer. Upper was that a bird was at a turnkey like tells about the property so our goal is buying hold so we're looking for properties but we're not looking for something that it's it's in really really bad condition. Just because the properties are an hour and forty minutes away from where we live in where we operate our construction business so we are buying properties. That do need some work. but we're focusing on properties. The rents are much lower than fair. Market is so our first property the the the rents for the three bedrooms. Twelve hundred dollars each and twelve hundred dollars. We saw an opportunity that that market was able to get a three bedroom. Fifteen hundred dollars and it needed some very minor repairs. So we are focusing on buying properties not really concerned on the purchase price but more on what the value is in the increase in the rents the three properties we have after he fixed the properties. After we get some new tenants in there we can raise the rents to fair market which is thirty percent plus they for this first property you did. What were the rents when he purchased it and then what are the rents now. So they're twelve hundred dollars a piece and we purchase this in in january. Obviously kovin happen so we didn't want him removed the tenants. Because we're all human. I'm not looking to to put someone out of the house right away during covid so we twelve hundred dollars we can increase these after we fix them up to fifteen hundred dollars each so. That's huge because our numbers are just a she around sixteen percent return on our investment for this property and along with all three of our portfolio pieces by you purchase senior ready to raise the rents and i know cove it kinda through this for you but what process do take to do that because a lot of people are you know. They don't wanna raise the rent especially by that much to these people. Do give them the option of moving out or raising the rent. Do send them a letter. You talk to them in person. How do you go about approaching that we try and take it on a human level like we we understand that covert going on. We understand that we're not looking to pull people out on the street. We tell them that we are. We bought this property looking to to raise the rents we give them the required thirty day sixty as ninety days notice like hey you can stay but you have to pay the increased rants and we're not going to do without fixing your apartment because obviously when we're trying to bring it up. The fair market value in terms of the rentals are also bringing up the conditions of the space to be a fair market value. And just so. Everyone knows in new york state when he mentioned the thirty sixty or ninety days. He's not saying that did that. It depends on the tenant you if he's gonna give them thirty sixty or ninety. It actually depends on how long they've lived in the property. How much notice you have to give them so the longer they've lived there you might have to give them ninety days notice on the rent increase

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A Holiday Survival Guide for Difficult Conversations

10% Happier with Dan Harris

05:00 min | 3 months ago

A Holiday Survival Guide for Difficult Conversations

"Nice to see you again good to see you. Thanks for coming in. Have you try and get you on the show along. Yeah i'm pleased. I'm really pleased that you were able to get to new york city for this as you know fascinated by your work and we're going to dive into it. Can i start with your meditation career. And i'd love to hear how. I i also i think you also do Gone which i don't know much about. Yeah so i'd love to learn about both of those things. Well i started to gung meditation practice twenty years ago and two thousand two thousand the year. Two thousand so. I'm a practitioner. I'm not an expert. I'm not a teacher. Never written about it. But i had a good friend who was into it then had a master who taught locally in the twin cities and just decided to try it in mostly because i was interested in reducing stress in my life and i i loved it and i started out twenty minutes a day. I started out with the video of the master doing the moves. And so i just sort of watch and follow him. Then a weaned and my way off. The video started with twenty minutes and now i do forty minutes every morning. So i'm i don't really know what it is. Well it's Chinese spiritual and healing practice. So it's five thousand years old and it combines a breathing and gentle movements and there's a the theory behind it that i'm you know i'm not sure i'm into the theory so much but energy in the body as she that's right as a source of healing so the master studied with as a healer and i'm not into that as much as i meant to just deep relaxation breathing and gentle movements and it just calms me and centers. Me and i tend to have sometimes creative ideas during. Are you telling me that. The life of marriage counselor stressful well. I'm an academic. And i do a lot of community engagement work and i live a fairly intense life and that includes my clinical specialty couples on the brink of divorce. You know so. I'm like an intensive care physician. So all of that can add up to a fairly intense life and this meditation practice just grounds me and i felt at every day grateful to be alive. Well how does it ripple out to the rest of your life. Well a lot of the work. I do both with couples and also my work with As we'll get into my work with better angels where we deal with conservatives and liberals who are at odds with each other did you notice that A lot of it is for me is about. How do i manage myself in the face of conflicting people and conflicting agendas where the stakes are high. And so the meditation practice adds into my therapist training to do what we call them. The jargon phrase emotional self regulation and centeredness in the face of difficult interpersonal situations. I've watched you at work. I went to the national was the first better angels. National conference watched you do your thing and you're aecom dude at least on the outside. yeah well when. I'm in my work in my modem. Actually come inside to. Because i'm doing. This is what we're here to do folks so let's do and let me help you engage each other. Let's talk about the better angels. Just give me some background on how the group got started. Remember the two thousand sixteen presidential election vaguely. Yeah a lot of people. Remember that one about ten days after that election to long term colleagues of mine who had worked on marriage and family issues one in new yorker david blakenhorn upper east side of manhattan. The other david lapped southwest. Ohio south lebanon ohio universes apart in terms of how people there felt about the election. They were on the phone together. Howard new yorkers doing only ensuite new york upper east side manhattan gloom and doom of funeral and in ohio hope and change and they decided on the spur of the moment to get together. Ten hillary clinton voters and ten tunnel drunk voters for a weekend in southwest ohio in december. To see if any of the gaps could be bridged and then they called me. And i said oh. That's pretty brave. What we thinking of doing with them and they said they didn't know they thought i could figure that part out if they recruited the people and i remember sitting at my home desk hoping i was not free that weekend. You know kind of looking at my calendar. Oh darn you know having engagement. But in fact i was so i said let's go for it so we had people Twenty folks from that part of the country from south west ohio for friday night all day saturday and sunday afternoon thirteen hours and it was a remarkable experience.

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What happened during the troubled Big Sur launch, and why

Mac OS Ken

05:36 min | 4 months ago

What happened during the troubled Big Sur launch, and why

"Apple released mac. Os eleven big sur. On thursday. Anyway it tried to expecting the best macrumors ran a piece. Highlighting of the operating systems planned improvements including the aesthetic redesign. The ios inspired control center a notification center the changes to affari the updates messages and the list goes on. We could spend all day talking about those though. The bigger stories today is the people who spent all day trying to download and install the blessed update seeing that ran peace in the middle of the day. Thursday saying that the downloads for big sur. Were super slow and that people were encountering installation delays of hours or even days in opposed at one forty nine. Pm pacific seeing that said this seemed to be very slow with the update. Failing completely for some customers after saying had about seventeen hours remaining the big sur installation failed five or six times for one scene net reporter and now won't restart now. I pointed out the time on that because just ahead of yesterday's mac. Os ken live. I checked apple system status page. It said that. The mac os software update issue had started around ten am pacific and was resolved by one fifteen pm. That was apparently a bit optimistic at about three thirty pacific cult posted a piece under the headline apple thinks is frustrating delays in macos big sur downloads sometime later. The headline was amended with the words. Update maybe not because yeah not checking apple system status page overnight. Last night apple had updated. Its message saying users may not have been able to download muko software updates on mac computers. The timeframe listed ten am through five fifteen pm pacific. All's well that ends well yeah. I wish i can say for certain that it had in fact ended mac. Os ken listener. Eric sent me an e mail around seven pm. Pacific saying after a forty minute attempted download the update for his twenty eighteen macbook pro just decided to fail. Sad trombone says eric war and that's the one. Apparently the call went on to say thursday wasn't a banner day for several apple services and they were not kidding. Macrumors ran a piece at two in the afternoon. Saying apple is having trouble with a number of services at this time and along with problems that are preventing people from installing mac. Os big sur and slowing down third party apps apple card apple pay maps and message are experiencing issues third party apps. Yeah seem so yet. Another piece from macrumors told the long delays in launching apps or people being unable to open mac apps at all. The problem seems to have been tied to apple's developer. Id notary service as for. Apple's own services seems to have been seriously troublesome macrumors indicates that apple card and apple pay suffered a complete outage with users unable to complete apple pay transactions traffic info and navigation and rounding for maps were also unavailable that outage ran from noon pacific to one forty macrumors updated story at two thirty pacific saying that apple had resolved all of the outstanding issues. Is it possible that apple just trying to do too much in one day. In addition to the big sur release apple also released updates for some of its productivity and creativity applications one piece from apple insider says apple on thursday released updates for i work and garage band while another piece from the same site says apple updated final cut pro and logic pro. The first piece says the i work and garage band. Updates bring their design in line with the big sur aesthetic new icons and a refined design for pages numbers and keynote according to the report that plus the usual stabs and purves as for garage band. There seems to be quite a bit. That's new including customization of region colors and tracks eighteen hundred new apple loops over one hundred ninety new instrument patches and fifty vintage and modern drum kits all of that plus a bit of the big sur design language for everyone then there are tweaks for the computers coming soon. According to apple insider garage band has been tweaked to improve performance and efficiency on mac computers powered by apple silica for apple silicon that final cut pro and logic pro were updated as well and by the way. I'm not being lazy. I'm not saying the x at the end because apple's not lost. I suppose in the move from roman numeral ten to eleven

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The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 2 Released

/Film Daily

09:02 min | 4 months ago

The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 2 Released

"Young. Hey thanks for having me. I really like talking about. Star Wars. Yeah, and if you haven't seen Brian every week on the site has has like A. I WANNA call it a recap because I feel he gets much more than a recap. Would you call your your column about the mandatory in every Friday? You know I, kind of call it a review in that it does what I think or it it aims to do what I hope. Good criticism does is just shine lights on aspects of the. The show that people wouldn't have noticed whether that's in the filmmaking or the cinematic references or the mythological references and star wars. So I don't know, I, just call it a review but. Maybe. It's a little bit more depth than that to in this morning's one is like what two thousand words yeah just kept coming and I feel like I still in hit everything. And it's crazy to this year or at least for the first episode. Disney is not providing screeners for press. So you know all of us are actually did you stay up till midnight or did you watch it this morning? No I definitely watch this morning because it didn't come online until midnight Pacific Time which is two am my time and I'm getting too old to do that. I was up at midnight and I watched the thing and I was like I'll just go to bed after I couldn't sleep. I was up till three am just. Checking twitter reading up on things I. I was just like amped up. So bright you saw last right? No. I mean, in my time zone, it's one am in like Brad I'm getting too old for that sort of thing. So I got up at five actually to watch it and well, and I knew if I watched it last night, I was going to sit down in half to write my my review then. Go and I knew I wouldn't sleep. So I got up early in and got it done. Got It over to. To you all as fast as I possibly could. ANYWAYS, we're all on an even keel here. No one gets information ahead of time twenty twenty has sucked. But at least we have new season of the member Orien- right Maybe. It's over lining. I feel like it's the most excited I've been in a long time last night watching that episode Okay. Before you into the heavy spoilers I mean I wouldn't listen to this podcast if you haven't seen the episode so I'd go watch that on Disney right now but before we get to that, let's give our. Thoughts brief reactions and I'll start off by. Saying. This is how you do fan service. Right like Vincent gets bad rap I think that word is kind of used as a derogatory word in in certain ways but it was cool you know to. I feel like a lot of the stuff that was being done in this episode was not references for references sake it was the further story and then like when their work like interesting fan nods and reference it, you kind of have to connect the dots wasn't like. Oh look at that Blah Blah Blah. It wasn't like very obvious about it The production budget felt much bigger than season one for me. I I I. Love that. This was fifty four minutes where most of the season one episode where much shorter I think like most of them are closer to the thirty minutes. I. Guess. So. It was just it was so epic. So Good I. Guess My only negative that I want to say is I th I. Wish I had more of a role in this. Upset he was kind of like. The site I I mean I guess he's always sidekick, but he really didn't have much to do. So but I was really impressed with Jon favreau in what he was able to accomplish here. This is the first time you know he's obviously the creator of the show. He's a writer of the show, but this is the producer, but this is the first time he directed an episode. So Brian, what what are your brief thoughts? So I really loved the cinematic feel of it and it felt very George Lucas Very Spielberg and I'm sure we'll talk about that. Later. But I I'll be honest like I. Sort of as excited I was for what I saw at the ending I was also dismayed And it Kinda left me with like a bittersweet feeling because I've really enjoyed. BOBA FETT being dead. And getting. It's kind of like the feeling that a lot of people had with thinking ray was a nobody and then. J. j.j Abrams comes along. Well I don't I mean like I there was easier for me to swallow like I. Really. You only had years of that right? Like only two years of like thinking about that was the reality. Yeah, we've had a lot longer to to feel that Boba Fett was dead, but I really am appreciative of the fact that they worked in all of the stuff that Chuck Wendy get created around the armor and Cobb Vance to meet the elephants character that really. The that that has been the story for a long time and if they are incorporating that, I'm still not I. Don't know maybe maybe people know other things that I, don't but I'm still holding hope that it's not actually Boba Fett and it's some other random clone but I know that that's a long shot. Yeah. We'll get to that later. Do you have anything else to say in your brief thoughts? Just, it was fun. It was really fun and I haven't had that fun sitting. Had that much fun sitting down and watching something like this in a long time probably since last season well, Nelson's clone wars. Yeah Brad what are your thoughts on the by the way? Are we call this like to exit one or is this chapter nine like they're calling a chapter nine? I mean we'd be calling it both. Okay. Okay. What did you think of Chapter Nine? I realized I ought to fund with I'm I feel like I, wish that maybe it wasn't quite as long because even though it was a good episode I I felt a lot better when the episodes were between like thirty in forty minutes it just makes it feel a little bit breezy. especially since you know even though this season premiere did have some interesting new details to reveal. It felt more like an episode that was from like the middle of a season as opposed to season Premiere only because I didn't feel like that. There was much advancement as far as like the over. Arching plot you know it's like it's it's just a basic. It's like. Well, guess I'm taking this kid back to where you know to his people and you know, and here's another adventure of the week scenario and granted that's. The. Like I said there are big reveals I i. always like. I feel like season premieres should have you know something a little bit bigger and granted you know the whole idea of trying to take down a crate dragon is a big thing. I mean that's that's a big impressive effect that you're not likely to get in an average middle episode even a man to Laura and you know so that was a big deal but I don't know I don't want to say that disappointed because I never bored I still have a lot of fun with it but I guess I was just expecting a little bit more of an advancement with the the serial aspect of the story. That was my main complaint about season one was it was a lot of like. You know mission adventure of the week and it wasn't a lot of like there isn't really much of a overall like cereal plot of the show yet but I'm hoping that kicks into gear the season. What are you guys yet because I don't I don't mind the adventure of the week format necessarily but I just wish that the progress on the overarching stereo part of it was a little bit more media gas in each episode especially since these are very short seasons. You know it's interesting that it kind of depends on the scale you're looking at it from to right like in terms of the mandatory and in his story with seeking out man delorean's to return the asset to its people whether those are Djeddai or other creatures of its kind. It doesn't. It doesn't move the ball forward very much at all but when you pull back and look at the star. Wars universe. What it does with Craig Dragons in Tuscan raiders tattooing and Boba Fett absolutely does move that ball forward. So it's interesting to watch them balance between both those masters that they have to. Work for. I think that's fair. But I but I also think the progress of those balls in question is like I mean, how much? How much deeper are we into star wars lower by spending some extra time with Tuscan raiders in a crate dragon like it's not necessarily hugely revealing stuff that like provides a lot more depth into the Star Wars universe. It's more interesting details of stuff that we were already familiar with. Okay guys we we've got nine minutes which serve ref- reactions. Get into this.

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A Recipe From Deborah Madison

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:45 min | 4 months ago

A Recipe From Deborah Madison

"This is Deborah Madison the author of an onion in my pocket, and the recipe I want to talk about is an Eggplant Gra ten with a golden. Dome Saffron recalled the custard. This has long been one of my favorite dishes. But when we made it at Greens, I used to add greer cheese to it to make it more substantial main course those who are concerns that that time people felt satisfied I've now taken the greer cheese out since it wasn't there in the original recipe, which is actually by Richard Only, and here's how it goes. So you're GONNA start with about two pounds or a bit more of a plant. All of oil, a small red onion finely diced upon clove of garlic minced a half a teaspoon of herbs vence or a tablespoon margin lease chopped. Two. And a half pounds of full tomatoes that are ripe that are peeled, seeded and chopped or two cups of crush canned tomatoes. Sea salt freshly ground pepper to eggs a cup of ricotta a quarter cup of milk a good pinch of saffron threads that have been crumbled and soaked in a tablespoon of very hot water and a half a cup of freshly grated. Parmigiano reggiano cheese, and finally ten large Basil Leaves tournant pieces. Okay. We're going to heat the oven to four hundred degrees Fahrenheit with and then cut the eggplants in half lengthwise. If you've got just one large eggplant, cut it in quarters, slice each quarter crosswise about a half an inch thick. Slices lightly with oil on both sides and then set them on a sheet pan and bake until the bottom sides have brown. About fifteen minutes. Turn them over and Brown. The second side, this often takes less time. So do check after about eight minutes. When the EGGPLANT is done, remove it from the oven and reduced the heat to three hundred fifty degrees. To, make the tomato sauce warm two tablespoons olive oil in a wide skillet when it's hot at the onion garlic and herb surpr- vence crush I between the fingers or the fresh. Marjoram Stir to the onion with the oil. Then reduce the heat too low and cook gently until the Union is soft twelve to fifteen minutes. Add. The chopped fresh or canned tomatoes raise the heat and cooks during occasionally until the liquid has cooked off and the sauces fairly thick. To make the custard, wisc the aches and stirring the Kota Melk sufferin and Parmigiano reggiano cheese season with a few pinches of salt and some short ground pepper. To assemble the Gratin, choose an earthenware casserole with two inch sides in eight cup capacity. Spread a cup of the sauce and the dish then set down the overlapping layers of a plant. Season it was salt and pepper scatter. Half the torn basil leaves over the surface. Then Dab about a quarter cup of sauce over those plants then make another layer of the remaining eggplant seasoned with salt and pepper add the torn basil and cover with the rest of the tomato sauce for the custard overall and bake until it is golden gently swelled and even Brown in places about forty minutes, we moved from the oven and let the croutons rest for about ten minutes before serving.

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Interview with Khalifeh Al Jadda, Director of Core Data Science at The Home Depot

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

05:42 min | 5 months ago

Interview with Khalifeh Al Jadda, Director of Core Data Science at The Home Depot

"Hello and welcome to the AI Today podcast. I'm your host Kathleen Mulch. And I'm your host bottled schmelzer Our Guest today is Kelly fellow who is the director of core data science at the Home Depot Hai Khalifa. Thank you so much for joining us on AI today. Hi guys. Thanks for having me. It's my pleasure. Yeah, welcome Khalifa and thanks so much for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background and she current role at the Home Depot. Sure. So my name is Kelly fell Jetta. I have PhD degree in computer science. I started my career in data science back in June 2013 as a PhD intern at Careerbuilder, which is one of the largest job boards in the US and the my career with Career Builder actually took extended to until 2018 during that I was actually leading the search and recommendation data science team where I was lucky actually need to get involved early enough and building the semantic search engine for the company and after that building an AI based recommendation engine dead. So the semantic search engine actually is the one that has been leveraged by the company for their be to be sort of business and the day I guess recommendation engine which we built their home is now serving millions of job-seekers on the BTC side of the company. So very proud of that Journey with Career Builder in 2018. I joined Home Depot and I joined as a senior manager, of course recommendation data science team under the online business of Home Depot, I build the team and we actually worked very hard and the last two years to build again state-of-the-art e-commerce recommendation engine for Home Depot, very proud of what we accomplished as a team found in May this year twenty-twenty. I was promoted to director of course data science in my organization. Now, I have the court search data science team called recommendation wage. Science team and the visual AI team our focus our my route Focus now is as the name suggests to improve the core functionality of homedepot.com home from search and documentation perspective. So we work to improve sexual even see we work to make our recommendation more and more personalized and relevant to our customers and guide our customers and kind of give them the experience which they get in the physical store as part of our interconnected experience initiative. So that's overall. What am I roll includes now at Home Depot and I'm very proud and excited actually about the team that we have built for the core data science at Home Depot on the work that we have done that for the e-commerce, you know, that's that's fantastic. And you know, I I really have to give a plug for the talk that you gave at the data for a i week online conference because you you showed you age. And about thirty forty minutes really walking in Fairly good detail how the Home Depot actually does its product recommendation system. We showed how the system works. There was some math in there, which is great all the time a little bit of code more math than code showing how it was the song and it was fantastic. I mean and so, you know for those who are listening if you really wanted to to dive deeper and see this the presentation you can the the conference is available for free. So if you go to data a icon did a i c o n f c o n f, and look for a Khalifa's presentation page, it's on the e-commerce system and talks about the recommendation system. It's just fantastic and I love seeing it because you know, I have to say I'm you know, probably like many of us here in the United States now have a big Home Depot customer feel. I feel like I go there like every other week, especially, you know, we're all at home these days so you can't help but notice the things that you need to write a fix and repair right and they even do some stuff outside job. And it's it's it's the season of the deer kind of eating everything and Wrecking everything. So so I think it's fantastic what maybe maybe for our listeners here? If you can provide a little bit of insight you talked a little bit about the recommendation system. I know that it's really hard to we don't have slides here on a podcast that's going to be hard to share. But you were talking about solving challenging e-commerce problems using the power of data science as a Todd the title of the talk. So maybe you can share some of the insights that you shared at the conference around the recommendation system round recommendation systems in general maybe around the relationship between data science and e-commerce, which you know, maybe people haven't thought about that deeply Yeah, sure sure. And first of all, thank you for highlighting the talk. Absolutely. It was actually a great conference overall. So I congratulate you guys on the success of the conference just enjoyed being part of it. Thanks for having me back to the question about the talk and the relationship between the e-commerce and and the data science absolutely data size is transforming retail to the boss really on the e-commerce side and how we do things and the e-commerce and they use cases I presented in my talk. We're actually real use cases of things that we implemented at Home Depot on faith and that changed actually How We Do recommendation on our websites to make them more relevant and to make them as they mentioned earlier and more personalized to our customers need. So

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The Pandemic Behind The Pandemic

The Model Health Show

05:40 min | 5 months ago

The Pandemic Behind The Pandemic

"This episode, we're going to be talking about the most pressing issue of our time, and there's a statement that you cannot solve a problem that you don't understand. You cannot solve a problem that you don't understand and to take that a step further, you cannot solve a problem you don't know you have. Right now we're dealing with a worldwide pandemic and there are many pieces of this situation that are not being analyzed. It's such a broad wide ranging issue with many components and today when a break some of those things down in a reminded me of a statement and this was published in the journal Invention intelligence referring to Albert. Einstein. Stating that quote often the problem as given is misleading. And you have to work through a mass of data to define the real problem. Often this step consumes more time than deriving the solution. Einstein was quoted to have said if I were given an hour in which to do a problem upon which my life depended. I would spend forty of those minutes studying the problem fifteen minutes reviewing the problem. And just five minutes solving it. So today we're going to get a better understanding of the underlying problem the pandemic behind the pandemic. and. This starts for me with the report that I talked about back in April when this situation really began to kick off and it really was alarming and I wanted to make sure that people knew about this data. Now, here in the US, we had early access to some data because several other countries had experienced the ramifications of covid nineteen being spread throughout the population most notably Italy was really hit the hardest and their data really gave us an opportunity to be aware of our. Underlying susceptibility. To, Cope in nineteen to infectious diseases of really all types but specifically and looking at the data with covid nineteen after thousands of people lost their lives. The Scientific Advisor to Italy's Minister of Health stated that quote on re evaluation by the National Institute of Health only twelve percent of the death certificates have shown a direct causality from corona virus alone. While eighty eight percent of patients who have died have at least one pre morbidity in many times two or three. Pre existing chronic diseases that have become absolute pandemics in our today themselves have really left susceptible. And we had this data and even take it a step further and I talked about this the very beginning of the pandemic. This was published the Journal of the American Medical Association in April. This was back in April. This analyze data hospitalized Kobe nineteen patients in New, York City, which was really the epicenter of a lot of the the turmoil, the fallout. In an covered that already approximately ninety percent of people having severe reactions to Kobe nineteen or those with pre existing chronic diseases with the most common co morbidity is being hypertension, obesity and diabetes. And now in the real reason that this show is happening today, the just published a report. Updated on September thirtieth twenty. Twenty. Reiterated with the data has been showing us from the very beginning their official report stated that ninety four percent of the lives loss from covid nineteen. When people who had additional diseases they stated that for each death noted to be related to cope nineteen, there were on average two point, six additional conditions or causes for each death. Most notably type two diabetes and hypertension. This is not to say that covid nineteen has not been absolute destructive force. In our society. This is to say. That, these chronic diseases loaded the gun. In Cova nineteen pulled the trigger. Our susceptibility. Our underlying pre existing health conditions as a society sets up when I saw that data coming out of Italy, I was like all we're in trouble. We're in trouble here in the United States we're in trouble. And this is why today we're going to take a deep dive and really look at this issue we're going to get a face to face good look in the mirror at the issues that are underlying. So many of the problems experiencing. As. A culture, we cannot turn a blind eye to this stuff anymore. This is our opportunity to change things right now but we need to get face to face with this problem and we need to understand truly how bad it is in all the different components so that we can come to a solution because as Albert. Einstein. And by the way with all the quotes that might come from Albert Einstein or from Abraham Lincoln or whatever we don't know who said it whoever did is pretty SMART But in that statement of like if you've got. An hour for problem spending forty minutes on the problem itself studying the problem looking at all angles of it then reviewing your study of that problem. Right and then you spending five minutes on solution this because the solution will be much more effective. Much more poignant. When. You actually understand what you're trying to do. You actually understand the problem.

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Marianna Leivaditaki's Chestnut Onion Stew Recipe

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:20 min | 5 months ago

Marianna Leivaditaki's Chestnut Onion Stew Recipe

"Hello My name is Marina Boulevard key and I am from Crete half creighton and half Scottish Ashley I am a chef and I work here in London. And have been doing. So for many years, I was the head chef Mario and currently the head chef at Maurito at Hackney road. The race appeared like to share with you today is a chestnut and onion stew with the option of adding Pumpkin to it. So dishes really simple. A slow cooked stews. So you just need to create a really small base and sweet base using finely chopped carrots and celery and garlic and kind of cutting them really small and putting them in a pan with a little bit of olive oil and making sure they're nice and sweet. So cooking them for about fifteen to twenty minutes and then adding lots and lots of baby onions. So I like to use the Bora tiny. Tyler onions because they're small the really sweet and they're quite mild. So depending on how many people I want to do this do for I locate about five to seven baby onions, per-portion sa- loads, and loads, and this will make you really really beautiful. So after your base is nice and sweet, you just add the onions and then you add your cooked chestnuts. So of course, you can use chestnuts that you cook and you. Peel, but that will take a very long time. So I like to use good quality vacuum packed chestnuts. So I would say you kind of us about one hundred, one, hundred, twenty grams of chestnuts per portion just to be really nice and generous, and this is kind of what this is about using chestnuts instead of meat. So it's adding this kind of really really nice richness to this to that meat word if you using. That so you get everything in the port you add some really good quality chopped tomatoes a nice amount of red wine you season with salt and pepper, and a little bit of Orange Peel, a cinnamon stick, and you just make sure your port is nice and liquidity and there's enough liquid to kind of let this to cook gently few think the reason you can always add some wine or you can just add some water. Place a lead and just let it simmer for half an hour forty minutes just until it start smelling beautifully, you will be able to smell the orange and the cinnamon. When you take the laid off, you will see actually this source has really thickened and this Jew is just absolutely delicious. I wouldn't say it needs more than forty five minutes send. Another amazing ingredient to add that is very seasonal at the moment is. The pumpkin or the butternut squash or any funny squash that you might come across. You can just peel it Q-bert and added in this do at the same time with your base, your salary and your carrot, your onions. So I think here in London I don't often see chestnuts Jews and it's a true. That's very traditional in Greece in the winter months and it's absolutely amazing like if you go up the mountains, you know you. Might Walk into Taverna. The is run by an old granny and before you even kind of you just open the door and you're like, okay, she's Cook Chestnuts Stu. You know. So it's something that you find, but it's something that is also special. So it's not everywhere. It's not in every TAVERNA eater you go two sets a win today sheets really warming at celebrating chestnut, which you know are just absolutely amazing and I love them. And, it's a dish that I recently I collaborated with this amazing new project called wild radish, and this is my dish for Christmas together with lots of other things. So it's a little bit more elaborate, but the main stew is this chestnut and nonunion stew and it's been fantastic collaborating with world radish because it's just an amazing new project asking US sheriffs and other really really lovely beautiful capable sheriff's. To think of dishes they love Cook them, create them, write them down, and then they make them really easy for everyone to do. So you receive this amazing box with

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"forty minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Forty minutes before the hour Tuesday morning and you are with first light president trump condemning the hatred he says may have fueled the massacre in el Paso Texas get dressed the nation from the White House for Bob Constantini tells us the president called for certain measures that might be taken Michael there was a change from the president's first thing in the morning to eight twenty spoke later in the morning the president talked of needing broader red flag laws allowing guns to be taken away from someone seemingly prone to violence or preventing that person from buying a gun he called for the death penalty for deadly hate crimes the shooter in el Paso posted a manifesto online consumed by racist hate in one voice our nation must condemn racism get free and white supremacy o'neill Paso shooting with motives of the shooters seemingly in focus president trump noted the suspect posted on the site for calls to violence and hate speech we must shine a light on the dark recesses of the internet and stop mass murders before they start he did not mention any kind of new bands on weapons or high capacity magazines with reports the shooter in Dayton at a magazine that could hold a hundred bullets mental illness and hatred pulls the trigger not the gun Mr trump had tweeted at the start of Monday a willingness to negotiate Republicans and Democrats must come together and get strong background checks perhaps marrying this legislation was desperately needed immigration reform however the president's address never mention any such bargaining in fact the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer issued a joint statement after the president's remarks it took less than three hours for the president to back off his call for stronger background check legislation it shows the potus remains prisoner to the gun lobby and the NRA in a biting statement rarely heard from former president Barack Obama says we should soundly reject language coming out of the mouths of any of our leaders the fees a climate of fear and hatred and normalizes racist sentiment all right thanks to Bob Costantini at the White House for US twelve minutes before the hour on first light and anger is growing at least on one side of the aisle over what the folks there see as the Senate's lack of action on gun control following the two mass shootings correspondent Linda canyon is on Capitol Hill for us Michael with the latest mass shootings in America be the tipping point I'm telling you people are fed up that's Ohio congressman Tim Ryan who has temporarily stepped away from his campaign for the democratic presidential nomination to be in Dayton side of one of the weekend shootings he says the house passed a universal background check bill back in February and it sits languishing in the Senate Mitch McConnell needs to get off his **** and do something Mitch McConnell is the Senate Majority Leader and as such he decides what bills come to the floor for a vote senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut says the time for action from senator McConnell is long overdue Mitch McConnell it's up to you Blumenthal is one of a growing chorus of senators who say McConnell should call an emergency session bring members back to Washington from their summer break and do something you can call us back where you can update your responsibility representative Ryan calls McConnell's lack of action inexcusable there's a bottleneck in the United States Senate Ryan is also fed up with president trump slow convection saying the president in his White House statement blamed mental illness and video games for mass shootings but said nothing about limiting the sales of firearms four.

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"forty minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Here with you aboard the Queen Mary two celebrating the seventy fifth anniversary of D. day on its sailing to Europe meeting so many great veterans here on the ship who were on the ship just for this reason one of home dentistry go from well a little town outside of Augusta Georgia called Grovetown which prides itself is the biggest city in Columbia County absolutely because it's the only city your jumper worship yes Sir you jumped out of the C. forty seven Mister you parachuted into into France yes on the day exactly tell me what happened well lead landed in France about one thirty in the morning of June six it was a night job then they jump yes and we had the I was with the first Canadian Parachute Battalion which was attached to the six British airborne division now you're jumping out of a C. forty seven most of us know that is a DC three yeah how many people on board is about twenty of us in the we were we were supposed to land in a particular area in and I would call the drop zone well they were little policy gets really excited new didn't quite get that is Bob Dole when I dropped about seven miles from where I'm supposed to draw which meant you were not in the right place and definitely at the wrong time exactly exactly what happened well he landed landowners you're taken care of yeah I landed in water but up to my waist and the others there was no one else around I don't know what happened to the rest the steak I didn't see another pair of food and medicine you're by yourself by myself and I worked my way to other that water to a a little road side to the field and started not gonna look at their place to see what direction I should go to two I dropped a homeowner Shanley area and they were flying every direction you could think of so they were confused too yeah and a wave as I walked along the we had more people doing the same thing coming up and we we ended up in the black forty minutes after I'd done we had about thirty five or forty people going to wait just a little town called very vision we did find some of the other guys we we were as we were walking the airforce was the bomb the the beaches to create craters for the people coming in to shore well they were a little off course they bombed Dutch and I'm not a good thing I got this shrapnel both Milad from the back but not enough to not be I still could walk a little bit in the we ended up finally get into our assembly area and the how many guys who jumped made it to the assembly probably about five of us out of our all of our state well that's not good now I would tell you dropped about nine hundred we had I was told later that we had about two hundred and actually make the the assembly and it went well not a good batting average no not very good not very good anyway we our mission was to to destroy bridges destroyed communication center and to shoot to secure the drop zone for the remaining part of the division well by the time we got there the communication center was already blown up the newsies were work well captain they were okay they were there Shakira but the bridges we still had to be blown so were they glad to fuel lesson we went to war just one bridge we spoke to blow it up but that we didn't the for some reason the people they had explosives had not reach that area so we went to a difficult a blow up the bridge without explicit exactly and so we went to the second bridge and then we were sent across the bridge to to collect that clear that end of the bridge while the engineers were to blow up the bridge and our signal was too when the when the dynamite and explosives were placed on a bridge and before the blue is ever going to send a signal for us to come back across well unfortunately the signal went up children the bridge hello and we're left on the wrong side of the road and that was where I got captured a prisoner of war and then for the next almost year yeah yeah we're prisoner in Germany in Germany I.

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"forty minutes" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"I said Christmas is going to be giving me mayhem. So the guy says not if I call he'd be fine. So I call on Christmas day, and they the guy the guy says to me something a young guy. He says prima some young guy stop. That was scary Jones. So he says it'll be forty minutes. Like, oh, do you mean an hour right Christmas? None of forty minutes from now. I see you know, what I said I'm going to wait an hour before I go because forty minutes thought accurate, I get there. And I posted a picture on Instagram of the place. The line is out the door into the parking lot. Of course, it is all Jews. Of course, they'll you'll live in primarily Jewish area. No, I don't this is I went to another town. It's a place that I know the town a couple of towns over I wanted to change when there's a lot of doctors and dentists there the play. The town that you talking about. I know that really what you don't even know the town no idea where I want you making a joke that all news and knuckles month, which is not an insult, by the way. It's quite a compliment. It is a compliment often stereotyping. Next he'll say all Jews like Chinese food. I'll give you that one of the places. Maude lines out the door down the steps, I scooped my way to the front of the door. So the way it works is there's out of the parking lot this three steps adore a long hallway full of people and then a door into the restaurant guys. I never put up with the show. I get through the long hallway skews me. All my wife's up. I gotta get my whole thing. Okay. So I get to just by the door. And there's a guy holding the door open because that's where he is in line. He's in the port line where if you don't hold the door you're gonna be in the door. So he's holding the door open. This people in front of him online like maybe seven or eight people ahead of him at the register. These people waiting for a table the way to put their name down to get a table. Okay. So they haven't even they don't have a reservation. Right. They have dished approaching the front and just to put their name on a waiting now. I know that the side of the counter is we pick up orders. Of course. So there's like the guy that doorway big guy. We'll call him Mark. I said, hey, excuse me. Can I get past you to pick up my food uptick to go order, and he says while I'm waiting for to go water. Also. And I go what you're waiting on the register line. So I said I'm going to pick a border because we'll wait behind me at the pickup line. So I said, no, no. So pick up line works. I said my order could be ready before yours. You don't know when I ordered. Yeah. That's bullshit doesn't go in order. Like that goes by when the food is right. So I say go up. Here's another one cut the line. You don't wanna cut the line. It's christmas. It's all been from south cut the line. That's not even the right line is in this way. I'm in line. I go put the pickup orders on the side wellness people in life for that to this other fucker blocked you from getting by and. I said, listen, Mark. I don't know his name is it if you don't move. I'm going pass jersey, my food is ready. He goes, no. We're waiting in line. They go excuse me. You don't wait in line for your pickup. Order you go to the counter you ask. If you food is ready..

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"forty minutes" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A little help photo ID or identifying a project or help explain what it is. You're trying to tackle. We do take all three forms of communication a lot of people. You know? Knows the especially the ones have been listening for thirty years say, well, why don't you guys? Take more calls or you're not a call in talk show. We absolutely are. It is not the same as it used to be things change times change people used to sit on their phones. That actually had a cord from the hand held receiver back to the phone itself. That was plugged into the wall. And they would sit there for thirty minutes. Forty minutes an hour and twenty minutes as we made our way through calls. But I and I out all lines would be full and people would sit there for ever waiting for their call to get answered. But. That was the time. We didn't have internet either. You can't imagine. If we don't personally answer the phone in the studio and less than three minutes the person that's on hold hangs up. So when you call the broadcast, you get put on hold and you hear the broadcast. So that you know, you actually are online, and we'll get you. But if somebody doesn't pick up the phone on our side and say the house will be with you. Please hold for just a moment as we get all the calls on hold. If you're not if you can't get that in less than three minutes, gone out. People don't have the patience for that anymore. Win. Somebody was on a hand held receiver in their home. It was a nice quiet environment. It was a controlled environment. Very seldom do we get calls like that anymore? They're out and about driving there on bluetooth there in the hardware store there at a soccer game. Whatever the case may be we've got to.

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"forty minutes" Discussed on Bang the Book

Bang the Book

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on Bang the Book

"To ninety five and yardage, and also the buffalo offense had the ball. For almost forty minutes in that game. So now this Toledo defense, which is getting exposed a little bit here this year because the offense isn't as good. If you've got a good offense, you can hide a marginal too bad defense. So we did have a pretty good defense here in recent years. But you know, now this is where defense can really get lit up when your offense can't hold up its end of the bargain. They play forty minutes basically in that game on Saturday. Now turn around and play Thursday on the road gets an improving, Jim, I agree with you. This is a line move that I've certainly in agreement with, although my number was five and a half, and here's something I'm gonna touch on real quickly here. What are the things that I have a hard time with in terms of updating my power ratings throughout the season is that Toledo was a program that has built up a lot of trust. They've been very, very good re very long time. So I find that it's difficult for me to make significant adjustments even if they're warranted when teams are playing badly because you kind of expect that, you know. They've been good for a long time so they should get things kinda squared away. Maybe with Toledo, I do need to be a little bit more aggressive and moving them out. Yeah, it's something that not only you have a problem with but the lines makers as well. Would you have a chain of spin because this is good, and then all of a sudden you know they they're not the same team. I like to talk about line play sax for and against Toledo on the season minus tennis sucks. Western Michigan, plus twelve and sex. So western will have the edge of the point of point of impact here and Toledo just doesn't have the athletes doesn't have the players they've had in the past. I'll be interested to see what happens after the season to find out why this team has folded like they have until it all any o- you always count on the rockets. Have an explosive offense. Scoring thirty six or more thirty six thirty eight thirty five thirty six points. The last four years. This year. There's still scoring points against Nevada in bowling grade. But when they play decent average to decent. Defensive, they've really struggled. And we saw that earlier starting with Miami to start the season when they play that was their first FBI game. So they played a lot of tough defenses, but the offense is not shown up in those games and westerns defense is pretty good. So we'll we'll play western hair and I think we get another solid win out of this..

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"forty minutes" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"You're going to have to work this. It doesn't seem like it's ever long enough that the balls in play. It's always like a whistle, and they finally tries four tries or something like that. Yeah, Canadian football, three. It's harder. You don't. Okay. So I'm going to say how about forty minutes? Forty minutes, got collectively totally out the game. Like a lot of minutes now making it exciting does seem like a lot of minutes, but I don't know. I mean to have, yeah, I used air quotes. I don't know if I'm correct. Well, that's why there's a halftime show. I know that this is a sport where there's a lot of running and kicking new jump on each other. That's yeah, that's all right. So this to have, yeah, football game and they're each fifteen hours long. They take forever. I think there's a lot of a lot of ways to time. There's a lot of they run down the clock for some reason that I don't understand what time out, what's that, who even knows stay punt. They huddle. I'm gonna say. You guys are big fans. Clearly I'm going to say that it's I'm just going to say it's a fifty fifty minutes zero. So there are sixty minutes of actual time in the game. Right fierce says forty of those. The ball is in play. Fifty fifty. It's probably right. At least he didn't say sixty eight or something. The crowd thought that football football is in play for thirty eight minutes. The real answer is eleven minutes. You do the rest to stand around. They dispute what happened during the eleven minutes Paul. Okay. So the crowd wins that one. Congratulations. Good work for a good work, Jonathan and good work. Previous audience. It's time to own our big winner. Let's bring back our finalists. Tyler Kraus who works for a sister, but she's not his direct supervisor and Patrick Drew's lane who takes naps covered in coins..

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"forty minutes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Phases. Going. And I I I had a DJ the DJ was on stage, and he has. Kunar eight calls me over and he's playing music people get hostile and he goes off. No. So I learned that night. I said, listen, I don't care what you guys want. I'm not going up because before metallic goes up they on a tune-up room, and they jammed for about forty forty five minutes to get in sync with each other. Wow. When they cut. Yeah. It's very their machine. They are machine. Now, I stand and I wait, and I listened to the tune of Broome. And not until I see every band member Kamau that tune room, I go okay now going stage and do the crowd work is now I know you got about five to seven minutes. This guy's got to drop a deuce. This guy wasn't changes socks. So once the second show started we now found a formula, and we've been crawfish. Break into material right in the middle of the difference between men and women isn't they've had enough of me. They've been watching me for an hour and a half to two hours popping up here popular, we're done. What you would you made bouncing one leg? You made us cheer. And don't we? He's happy about this whole idea the way this whole things worked out, then absolute I think they are because I'm still on the tour. I think it's brilliant. What they're doing. How many times you go see a band? You don't know the opening Behan sit to this for forty minutes or half, our this when gauging audience for an hour and a half singing coming up on stage bringing a wedding act. You don't know we're going Penn State and trying to bring the marching band. Oh, nice that be Metallica. Punk canton..

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"forty minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"That dream lasted eight seconds before. Every company whose maybe out do anyway. I don't want. To talk about cost that's. Old news I wanna talk about speed so another aspect of the ballot initiative was that. The trip from LA to San Francisco By the way not San Diego I I will never understand why I think it was fifty. Four, percent of people in San Diego County voted speed rail when the train doesn't even go to San Diego boggles my mind you people say even if. They're like oh I really like, this project but I'm gonna vote against because it doesn't come all the. Way down to us make a better probably go a little bit further and then I'll be I'll vote for it Nope fifty four. Percent of people like yeah this is great so one of the standard is it has to go from San Francisco LA in two hours. And forty minutes well because one reason. I just talked. About in the name of. Save money by using the existing rail were way over the two hour forty minute guarantee Which, should, be no surprise. Because two hour and forty minutes was a huge oversell to begin with to get the two hours and forty. Minute, pitch in the beginning there are a lot of assumptions add what assumption was that are train we'll travel faster than any other trained in the war Seems like literacy We. Made. It up okay we'll just we'll say it's going to be the fastest and. Most beautiful traded. That's. Pretty much okay so we're going to get back to the other option is that the human train operators will perform as perfectly every single time as the computer models Sure sure And that the high speed rail will always get first dibs on the tracks that are already in use by. Other, trains So this, is another trade coming or just passing just just use the passages Schwarzer swerve out a train swerve yeah just kind of I don't know if you ever been on a trailer Yeah Pass in the left. Lane Pass on. The shoulder man inside realize and then the other thing was that federal was that federal safety regulators would give the green light on everything the entire way as opposed to the federal government, coming, in, and, be like no no no you can't go. That fast in this. Area for these hundred reasons they assume that they'd get. The green light every time so it was never gonna go that fast And in order to. Get two hours and. Forty minutes they assumed that they would be able to. Build through every single mountain in the way.

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"forty minutes" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"So now after going nowhere for about forty minutes and I. I hadn't moved an inch, unaccustomed flying back. And I'm, you know, I'm starting to lose my my spring fund this point, but I, you know, it's like you're gambler, you know, you always think you're when you gambling the bad streak is going to end you just gotta keep at it. Well, that's kinda how I feel here. I made an investment in time and I'm not gonna waste. All right, so fine, fine, fine. I'm going nowhere and cost. There were people behind me. I can see my review Mira, then that in my lane that they're cutting out, they're going to the right to get into the fast lane so to speak. And I'm getting progressively more, you know, upset and when these people behind me and it's not affecting me yet a getting over into, you know, to counting out of my lane, it's this is by the way this in the tunnel. This is a very narrow thing. It's tooling max and used to be a a solid. Yellow lung. You not supposed to be passing lane, you know, supposed to be cutting out and it's all faded being Massachusetts. You can barely see this solve the line anymore. So and when somebody cuts out in back of me, you know what happens? The whole tunnel gets clogged up because they can't get in. They want they want to go ahead to the right and eventually, you know, pass me. They're gonna pass me to the right in about ten Collings ahead of me. They're gonna try to cut back in because they want to be where I am, but they just go on a wait. Okay, so I'm letting go and letting it I haven't been affected by it yet. All of a sudden, this guy in his white Chrysler. All right. There's white Chrysler. I think they call it now a I wrote it down what they what they call it. I forgot and it's a big Chrysler sedan. Okay. Three hundred price of three hundred. It's called big, white Chrysler. This guy comes up say to. Three colleagues in front of me and I saw came from, it came from way back. He was in the right moving along. Now he's he's two three colleagues in front of me, and he thinks he's gonna cut in front to get into my lane. No. No. And I'm keep in mind. I usually for me, I'd let a guy like this in. I'm just not like that. I don't care. You also get the ten minutes later, so but now we're not talking about ten minutes talking about an hour and a half. The jerk in front of me let some in. Okay, and I'm not happy about that..

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"forty minutes" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"So now after going nowhere for about forty minutes and I. I hadn't moved an inch, unaccustomed flying back. And I'm, you know, I'm starting to lose my my spring fund this point, but I, you know, it's like you're gambler, you know, you always think you're when you gambling the bad streak is going to end you just gotta keep at it. Well, that's kinda how I feel here. I made an investment in time and I'm not gonna waste. All right, so fine, fine, fine. I'm going nowhere and cost. There were people behind me. I can see my review Mira, then that in my lane that they're cutting out, they're going to the right to get into the fast lane so to speak. And I'm getting progressively more, you know, upset and when these people behind me and it's not affecting me yet a getting over into, you know, to counting out of my lane, it's this is by the way this in the tunnel. This is a very narrow thing. It's tooling max and used to be a a solid. Yellow lung. You not supposed to be passing lane, you know, supposed to be cutting out and it's all faded being Massachusetts. You can barely see this solve the line anymore. So and when somebody cuts out in back of me, you know what happens? The whole tunnel gets clogged up because they can't get in. They want they want to go ahead to the right and eventually, you know, pass me. They're gonna pass me to the right in about ten Collings ahead of me. They're gonna try to cut back in because they want to be where I am, but they just go on a wait. Okay, so I'm letting go and letting it I haven't been affected by it yet. All of a sudden, this guy in his white Chrysler. All right. There's white Chrysler. I think they call it now a I wrote it down what they what they call it. I forgot and it's a big Chrysler sedan. Okay. Three hundred price of three hundred. It's called big, white Chrysler. This guy comes up say to. Three colleagues in front of me and I saw came from, it came from way back. He was in the right moving along. Now he's he's two three colleagues in front of me, and he thinks he's gonna cut in front to get into my lane. No. No. And I'm keep in mind. I usually for me, I'd let a guy like this in. I'm just not like that. I don't care. You also get the ten minutes later, so but now we're not talking about ten minutes talking about an hour and a half. The jerk in front of me let some in. Okay, and I'm not happy about that..

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"forty minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Put this thing over my head because the stabilize my head and then it squish the year phones against my head and i'm like i can't do it i go you gotta take the headphones off i let me try it without the headphones took a deep breath the headset or the headphones off they put this neck thing it's almost like one of those things that you wear those deep sea divers seems to like put on like attach on it almost felt like that so i close my eyes they put it on they cry close my eyes i say i'm not opening my eyes until i come out of this thing don't i don't want to know they're like okay well you'll feel it so it puts me in close my eyes there was a little more room in this when somebody's shoulders move a little bit i wasn't crunched in did forty minutes it was super super loud i did not only is one time like how loud but like really really loud oh i mean i don't know if it was that loud but it's like a buzz it does after like four minutes name like forty minutes so they'll go this will ask five minutes near like waiting for it tactic too but i couldn't do the heads the air phones so yeah i just sat there and i just sit there and close my eyes and thought about like a football game like call and play in a football game okay third into but the forty okay let's run this play and the play than any anytime i went to the dr serpent the rainbow room i like pulled myself right back into the football game and i was able to do it but if i were to open my eyes and saw that it was like a quarter of an inch from my base because that's how close it is a tube i would have been it would have been over close your eyes close my eyes the whole time forty minutes pulled me back out that's when i opened my eyes i'm mike all right film pretty good so yeah i do not do well spaces so i kept thinking about that as he's kids were going through this rescue and it's not just holding your breath and having somebody carry your oxygen it's i mean i couldn't imagine how intense i was so kudos to everyone that was involved in that and the bravery that they all showed getting all out of there and they're all alive and healthy thumbs up awesome all right brennan belt's gonna join us coming up next we'll talk obviously about the season so far coming off the the appendix that was a little bit weird and then of course got the vote for bryan so we'll get into that next we're live at public house come on down eric byrnes gonna join us about four o'clock he's got a new book so burns is gonna join us before we have a lot of fun we'll do it on accident here on the sports leader but first series your latest from the tilton auto body traffic desk gay car fire is what's jammed up in solano county southbound six eighty before marshview traffic.

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"forty minutes" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Band played and then break it down where's the most time is pay like everyone's picking on the the batting gloves right maybe forty minutes a day is wasted on the founder of justice of then we got to cut this if it's forty minutes let's try to cut it down in half or whatever it may be simple as like okay no gloves velcro then the guy playing with his boss jim what was interesting to me last night i think they had an hour and was a forty five minute rain delay whatever was whatever the exact time was what's they started playing that game flu and there's no reason and i get it you have certain amount of time for commercial breaks and all that but there's no reason you can't play it at that pace every single night without a rain delay yes i agree then they start looking at pitchers how did we get here maybe that's how you do let you start breaking it and easier yeah and and try to shortly came not all at one justin it but maybe sober will justice over the next couple of years yeah right yeah not all at once i got you just work your way into it yeah i got steve thanks as always i heard you talk about you'd never tot i do i mean i don't know how many of your listeners so our younger here's a thin yeah well you know i grew up on the steve carlton and steve carl was a really fast workers a pitcher like he was a guy who get it and go get it going and unfortunately and thanks jim that's not necessarily the case look i think they're spoiled all over the place i don't think it's necessarily on pitchers or strictly on hitters i think some of it is the way the game is now and i mentioned this earlier in terms of the amount of relievers that are used some things are going to be tough to speed up but there are other little things that you can do enough of i think to get this back to a two and a half hour game it's gonna anthony immediate close it out anthony you're on ninety four they rob how you doing i'm doing great aunt how are you man good so you know if if we can't effectively shorten a game you know i think people would still want to watch it was a little bit more exciting okay you know i think my making it more exciting the boss to be in play more often right again outer grounding out or hitting home runs there'd be regardless but at least it's moving you know and they should do maybe what what the opposite of what has been doing with actual ball where soccer they're changing stitching around to get a little bit more movement on the ball when they kick it so baseball maybe they matched with the stitching or stitches a little bit thinner they would get a little less action on the ball when from the pitcher throwing curveballs interesting giving the hitter's a little bit of a chance to hit the ball rather and get getting you know sliders at a break in two and a half feet one way or the other so yes movement which is yeah i got you it's gonna lead to more offense but yeah turn could lead to longer games but i i hear you i mean it some of it's damned if you do damned if you don't you know i'd rather i'd rather people watch people ground out this strike out at as far as the strikeout angle does i'm with you man anthony thanks listen happy fourth brother the strike outs the i would like to see steals come back in and there's a lot of things i would like to see all right so a lot of fun today man i really appreciate everybody who listen everybody who called in everybody's streamed good ideas with the cookout the do's and the don't spend levies and great job producing the show today was a lot of fun hanging out with ben we have ruben for coming up he's got you alesia right into leading off he will you for that as well phillies play at four o'clock but stay tuned for everybody have a great fourth be safe out there and i will talk to you i'll be with you guys once again on saturday at ten o'clock with ray danger from delaware park so happy fourth thanks for listening i'm rob l stubby sports time is one fifty five when you get out of your car you don't have to stop listening good download the radio dot com app is the only way listen to stores radio ninety.

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"forty minutes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Now kills a home ronald real double round the crown getting down in this town never to say good morning happy monday everybody is donna and steve here on my third one zero seven one everything entertainment coming off of a fun day yesterday at pride that was fun steve listen i i won it was my first pride parade we had there were few protests held things up for a little bit respect we so we were hanging in just sort of particular positions for you know a couple of hours twenty to forty minute twenty to forty minutes at a time hanging there right where there are problems on hennepin avenue find out what was funny was going through a parade parades i i've done a whole group of parades and they're fun jovial nature at a parade that being said when you're float get stopped mid parade for anything longer than a minute it's kind of funny to watch the novelty of look here's the mytalk flow to just other exactly you looking around checking their phone a lot of dogs out there yesterday just speak your mind i was i was like home she said you think it's sensory overload for the doggies ally it's loud it's hot tongue there's a lot of just standing around like you said and then poor dog is just you know walking in circles oh man the wells fargo carriage you know the wells fargo carriage the wagon to keep circling in front of us because we are in this holding pattern for the time and so they had a circle and then they just had to take the horses out of the parade now having said that i really did enjoy a lot of the dogs that i saw you just feel bad for him i felt bad it was hot it was humid here's it happened so so with a parade ends up instead of starting at eleven it started at about eleven fifty forty five fifty something like that so delayed the beginning and then there was a delay midway through so when it ended you know we all sort of you can kind of scurry like roaches when you turn a light on you know what i mean exactly what happened at the end right about that and then you're just you know it's you got whatever your plans are for the rest of the day you want to go now to those plants whatever the next thing is so stevie i love the build up you're creating right now i don't go into the cities all that often i am steve you know let's people honk when they see me they say yes and i am trying to figure out early in the parade i realized of parked my car in a nonstrategic place near the starting of the break i thought maybe we would do something resembling a loop and you know syria at the end that the that the mytalk thing would maybe like take us back to where we started so that we could get our cars you were one hundred percent wrong live and learn so there i am i google map where how to get back to where i might car is part again i'm pretty unfamiliar with just being in the city in general says you're one point two miles from your car and i said how long does it take to walk thirty minutes is what it said thirty minutes thought thirty minute walk writers they knew that because it was so crowded i don't know because i should take you about twenty fifteen decent pace then i go on hoover multiple cars three minutes away from great i'll just uber back there six bucks whatever i get a new wbur few minutes in the guy messages me you know you're uber driver can send you a message.

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"forty minutes" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

GSMC Technology Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

"And it's going to be at the seventy six percent right now for an example so it was actually it was charging on the way here on the car so it probably was more than that when i got here actually so it's has been how she has should be lower than that if it wasn't being charged for forty minutes before so that's on perfect example but the whole idea is to get us to stop i think they're trying to get it stop using your phones because number one helps them keep the batteries keeps the batteries a good for longer so they don't need to really create these big expensive batteries will keep the price point on the phone down it'll keep us healthier because i think it's turning into yeah people are like oh i've talked to people who are in the food during the street or any kind of services with the deal to deal with people daily basis and sometimes we'll come and try and help somebody and they're in their their noses and their found and they they think you think they don't wanna bother them like oh where'd you go where you took forever no you actually in your phone the whole time couldn't really get in there and talk to you very well sorry like what what do you want me to do as a specially so these new phones along with the like we talked a lot about screen time out but apple google is going to have the same thing with with android p where you can set apps to give you notifications say that you've used that you're a lot of time for you can set a time for entire day say okay i don't wanna use instagram for an hour today combined so over the entire day all the usage on every time i have instagram open basically have a timer you know at that time every time you use that used the happen reached an hour it's like nope you're done i think i don't know obviously you can't it's not gonna lock you out against your will if you really want to use the app you can but it's going to give you their minders going to be knowing and going to try and bug you to where you get to a point where no fine i'm not gonna use that won't i'll stop like obviously it's going to give you extra minder it's always the difficult i'll i want to be diligent about something very it's always forget i always forget to go to the gym always forget to get off my phone i always forget to do this we'll now we're going to have an extra reminders and you'll be like oh you'll actually look up and be able to find something as so he's there's a video out there as the look up it he's like oh look up and see you actually what happens when you your head isn't down on your phone all day but obviously the i'm i'm extrapolating a little bit further here that they just created this wireless charger so you can force to set your phone over by itself and walk away from it while it's charging instead of having in your hand while it's charging because literally will have to be sit on this charger i'm not sure how it's going to go for the for the people who use like pop sockets and stuff like that because that probably won't be able to be i don't know how it's gonna work he can't probably can't have if you want to charge wirelessly but if they get rid of the whole whole charging port on the bottom of it you're going to have the charge wirelessly it's gonna be required and they'll probably figure something out maybe maybe they make a deal with that'd be if you're pops out get out there anybody listen pops is listening i would call apple now and start a deal to to to partner with them and create a pop soccer that is capable to will be able to get charging abilities through the pop socket there you go however you can do that figure it out pop socket engineers they're bringing up apple be like hey your users levar your users love our product you're going to try and make defunct by forcing them to use wireless chargers and then making a our our product of salih because the unless you can figure out how to.

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"forty minutes" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Forty minutes after the hour this is outside so we've got a lot of calls coming we want he's been holding on quite a while talk to richard is calling on o'neil outside from west virginia good morning richard new learn something last call i didn't know the davy crockett was a hero so you know that would i didn't know davy crockett was called hero but i guess he was well to some great degree i mean disney made him hero but he was at the alamo the couple of things that interest me as as far as i've listened for a good while and you know i've never heard a female caller i just got an answering right there i guess they're not interested in the outdoors so they don't get up this early we do have female callers actually you just have probably miss some we'd love to have more but we do have quite a few ladies that call some of them on a regular basis well i guess i just missed it then when it comes to rabies and this has got answering because i think the person answered found his his wife must be there because he's was telling me that when i was asking about abc's has my wife says that i should know what that is not just the rabies just wonder when it comes to raccoons when you hear the old saying if you see your raccoon during the daytime that means just wrapping it has rabies and i'm just wondering if that's the only animal i've ever heard of that if you see it during the day it has rabies so as after way it is iraq is that the only animal.

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"forty minutes" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Yeah but i would never i it would be hard for me because i'd take thirty to forty minutes in there and it would be awkward me just sitting in there for forty minutes at some random person's house you take forty minutes in the bathroom yeah guys wow amy did you do that now i'm talking and maybe his military and maybe my radio experience was back in the day we had to switch out cds so if you went to the bathroom you had three minutes and so maybe your husband because it's very much the same him in the middle tary media radio maybe he had he had to get out quick is that the thing i don't know but forty minutes seems a little ridiculous i don't take naps or forty minutes what is wrong with you i don't know why you wouldn't you're in there you relax you just wanna take it all in and let it take it all in yeah what are you talking about mean like restless leg syndrome you sit on the couch and take it all in but i have the squatty potty there and it just it's a family thing i'm mainly that way it's generic genetic yes your mom and your sisters go for like an hour i think so i know my brother my dad do for sure on that same train will you stay for our have you ever seen for an hour yeah and sometimes you get up and your legs are asleep every once in a while and that's a little awkward management is sell off four hour nabs our toilets.

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"forty minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"forty minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And head coach show just a bit but let's take you through this four one loss once again fairly quiet opening forty minutes of this contest there were no penalties at all in the first period there was almost no scoring until a little less than two minutes remain shot from the nearside by edmonson deflects behind the hawk net air now edmonson takes it back right point moves into the high slot shoots and scores and this one redirects in front of peru bay even a couple of times and found its way into the bottom right corner the hawks net the blues lead one nothing with one forty three left of the first and the redirect went to patrick burglar to the start of a very big night for him his fifteenth of the year from edmonson and broads yet cox route shot ten to five in the opening period no scoring in the second period either and the lone score she was really vlad sabotka slashing call midway through that period hawks unable to do anything on their loan power play opportunity of the night there also outshot ninety seven in that second period so it should at nineteen twelve through forty minutes of play hawks hawk to kill off their first penalty of the night and only one as well when address martensson went to the box on a trip about five minutes into the third period no harm done there and after withstanding that power play four saint louis about a minute later after martensson got out of the box eric guston even things up zone came back for the right point tupper tranquillo he spins the puck off the boards it ends up in the right wing corner schmaltz to take it away from tarasenko lead the rest of the center ice sends it a cane over the blues line right point back across less for the front carter hutton crystal for p two.

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