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LeBron James scores 46 points in Lakers' win over Cavaliers
"Meanwhile let's go to the performance of the night and it came from another who. We sometimes called the gold. Lebron james back home. In cleveland said it was the home cooking dinner at his mom's house the night before they went out last night and dropped. Forty six on the cavs. Look a male late in the first knocking down to three. He had seven feet in the first quarter. Then i play the second look at the dime little dish six assists for lebron that wanted to mantras. Herro what fifteen points off. The bench lakers thirteen but the fourth quarter. This was a close game. Lakers up to to the defense offense flush thousand nine hundred twenty six from the floor. Hey really took over the fourth quarter. Look at him going up. Swatting that one away from collins texan. They called it a goaltender. They overturned it then. He's knocking down three from the logo that gave him thirty six. A minute later this step back three now. He's at forty. One minute left in the game. Bernard king baseline action. Lebron james twenty one in the fourth forty six points on the night. The lakers remain perfect on the road. They win it in cleveland. One fifteen to one zero eight so there ten no on the road and what that forty six points. He's the oldest laker with a forty point games since kobe. Bryant scored sixty in the final game of his
Whoop, maker of the fitness tracker that pro athletes love, is now valued at $1.2 billion
"Whoop makes fitness trackers and provides performance metrics for athletes and whoop just raised one hundred, million dollars at a one point two, billion dollar valuation from I've VP Softbank Vision Fund and athletes. Including Eli Manning and Patrick Mahomes quoting Bloomberg. The wearable technology up charges a monthly subscription fee in exchange for providing data to users collected from the whoop strap it supplies at no additional cost that can influence how they work out, recover and sleep. After four months of use members dedicated an additional forty one minutes to sleep each night and reduced their resting heart rates by about four point four beats per minute. The company doubts on its website quote whoop data shows users are making different lifestyle decisions such as consuming less alcohol. In order to improve quality of sleep? Said I'VE EP general, Partner Eric Lee who has joined whoops board both he and referred to the company's hyper growth. But declined to provide specific information on whoops subscription base or other metrics. The company's data may help indicate if a user has contracted covid nineteen in June despite not experiencing other symptoms professional Golfer Nick Watney sought a test after whoop data showed his breast permanent were elevated. He tested positive for the virus and ultimately withdrew from the. Heritage existing investors such as basketball star, Kevin Durant thirty-five Ventures Golfer Rory mcilroy and Justin Thomas and billionaire cryptocurrency bull Mike `grats also participated in the funding round as did firms including two sigma ventures, accomplice collaborative, fund, Thursday ventures next few ventures, promos, ventures, Cavu ventures, and d twenty capital earlier investors who didn't join this round include. Jack Dorsey and Moose partners which manages the wealth of the brothers who owned the luxury Chanel Empire Emad said and quote.
"Framing a Different World" Week
"This week's theme comes to us from Liam Dodd and is called framing a different world. Here's why Liam chose this theme. He says. My Name's Leeann Dodd. Theme Cherries is framing a different world. A chose this theme because I think all of us can benefit for hearing from those of unique expertise or experience is able to provide a new ones new perspective on the way we drive society with each other or just very peaceful. And here are the episodes chosen by Liam for the team along with short descriptions of each episode. The first episode of the week comes to us from the Ezra Klein show and it's called Contra points on taking the trolls. Seriously it's eighty one minutes long. Here's the description. Youtube is weird. Tomorrow's politics are happening today. Next episode comes from it could happen here and is called the second American civil war. It's forty eight minutes long. Are you worried about the possibility of the second American civil war in episode one of it could happen here Robert Explains why 2016 was the first time he started to seriously worry about. The next episode comes to us from Length Uzi Azam and is called sounds. You can't hear babies, accents and phonemes. It's nine minutes long. Why does it always sound slightly off when someone tries to imitate your accent why do tiny children learning your second language already sound better than you even though you've been learning at longer than they've been alive what does it mean for there to be sounds you can't hear. The next episode comes to us from the dream podcast and his called magnets. How do they work? It's forty one minutes long. Here's the description. The road to wellness is paved with particles and protons. And the last episode of the week comes to us from Fox mulder is a maniac and his called synergy. It's forty nine minutes long. Oh boy it's the one where a cosmic planetary alignment turns agent moulder into a crazed sex offender. Don't miss this episode. Those are the episodes chosen by Liam. For this week's theme framing a different world.
From Active Duty to the Red Carpet: How Hollywood Helped This Veteran Understand Civilian Life
"Welcome everybody today on mission daily. We have Jennifer Marshall. She is a navy veteran and she's now an actress host in all forms of entertainment. She's going to fill in today about what it was like coming out of the military, and then also getting into Hollywood, we're GONNA also find out a little bit about what she has in store for the future Jennifer welcome to mission daily. Thank you so much for having me this husband a work in progress for months now. Well I'll tell you what booking is always crazy I'm sure your schedule's busy schedule gets rearranged all the time to from people cancelling and demanding reschedules, and then we have paid sponsors. It's not always easy. Yeah, gets a little crazy well. Thanks for doing the show and thanks for Karnal period of time for us. Thank you so much for having me. So where are you today right now? So I'm in Los, Angeles today is a very rare day off. So I'm actually in my robe in my bed with my cat, so it's a good day. So, we always like to talk about what you're doing today a little bit how you got here and then what's going on future? So, what are you working on now at I? Don't know if you can even disclosed, but hopefully you can. Oh, Gosh, so unfortunately I can't as actors. Were you know anyone in front of the camera or behind the camera and entertainment? We most of the time we. We signed nondisclosure agreements, and that's just because you know different studios compete. They don't want people knowing who's on their project so I am working on something. Really Great I'm working on projects today I have the day off and so I've got some downtime, and I'm enjoying the downtime. Because once we ramp up and we start shooting. It's going to be a couple. Months of you know relentless. Twelve to sixteen hour days, onset, six or seven days in a row, so I'm definitely enjoying this downtime for the rest of January okay so I want to dive into. Let's dive into that right away. You're famously known as being a navy vet, so the military is generally regarded as a very difficult. Demanding job in there is I would say a notion or this idea. It's probably false and I think it's false. Bad Actors and actresses have. Have it quite easy yet. You just talked about twelve to sixteen hour days six to seven days a week. Tell me what is harder. Is the military or doing your role today? You know it depends because when I was on deployment in the military. That is very difficult. I would say that most of the sites that I go on I am either co-starring, which is just a few lions or one scene on a show that can be. Pretty easy because you're in your trailer most of the day you're relaxing. You're waiting in year. Prepare for when they need you. If your guest starring a little more crazy because you're in several scenes, or you're in one very long seen, that can be quite difficult with the show that I'm hosting right now. Mysteries Dakota very difficult to shoot because I'm in every scene. It's my show. I'm hosting it and so. So there is no downtime I don't have a trailer. Basically just go in the car if I need to relax for a few minutes, but I'm interviewing all the witnesses I'm interviewing all of the experts and so occasionally my co-host will interview somebody, but it is. It's very taxing. It's twelve sixteen hours on set and There's not a lot of downtime so I would say that that in comparison to deployments both. Both are difficult in their own way. And you know being on deployment was definitely more physically difficult, but when you are in front of a camera, and you're hosting a show you have to be on. You have to be intelligent. You have to know what you're talking about. You have to be quick witted. You have to be able to pivot very quickly, and you have to be adaptable, so I find deployment to. To be physically taxing, but I find hosting the show to be very intellectually demanding and I'm drained by the end of the day for sure now I got a quick question for so you're talking about twelve to sixteen hour days. You're talking about six to seven days a week, but a very small percentage of what you do. All the work that you do actually ends up in the final product is that? Is that disheartening hurt that is that just something you've got become used to know? Thank you so much for bringing that up. Because it's people don't understand like especially with my show, they'll say well. You didn't bring up this theory or that theory or this theory and I always tell them. There are so many theories that we look at, but you know when we shoot hours and hours and hours of footage, you know we only have forty one minutes in the show and they're so much. That does not get shown, so there's so many different theories that we do. But it just doesn't make it into the show so additionally. There was a show that I was in probably two years ago called timeless on NBC and shot on that show for five days. Will it turns out that one of the scenes I was in? They completely cuts, and it was a lot of us that were in the scene, and then another scene that I was in. They cut my lines and it didn't have anything to do. Do with performance on. It just had to do with how the scene was set up and that it wasn't really conducive to kind of go into the trench where we were and get the lines because of the hectic nature of the scene, so I shot for five days, and it doesn't look like shot for five days in the final cut so when you're watching whatever you're watching. If you have an actor host in your life, be kind. Kind. Because sometimes it's difficult. You know you give a few days or a few weeks of your life to something, and sometimes it just doesn't show that in the final cut.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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Fatal Crash Shuts Down Long Stretch Of Southbound Lake Shore Drive
"On the roads at four twenty we are learning a bit more now about the accident that has closed lake shore drive south bound it happened south bound at Belmont one fatality has now been confirmed the clean up an investigation continues in lake shore drive is closed Hollywood to Fullerton traffic cannot enter southbound lake shore drive in feel fuller ten so heads up there as for drive times elsewhere the evenings fifteen up to like twenty one coming back Kennedy thirty minutes to the airport thirty four inbound eyes an hour we'll take you forty one minutes out to the three ninety forty three minutes and from the three ninety to the post office Stevenson forty up to three fifty five thirty seven in from three fifty five Brian twenty eight to ninety fifth ninety fifth the downtown twenty next traffic in less than fifteen
"forty one minutes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"It heads toward Florida or it could turn up and head north and Mrs completely door it'll be close to a port a Rico will miss most of the mountains with that it is going to get a lot stronger east of the Bahamas and strengthen into a hurricane there's about two things that can happen down the road one it heads directly to Florida and it's going to be a hurricane at that point the second one is it starts to curve away a little bit more up toward Georgia and the Carolinas so over the next twenty four hours that's exactly what will be fine tuning for you well the good handle on that by tomorrow for today if you live in Florida which most of you do because you're listening right now have a full hurricane plan ready be ready to execute that for tomorrow if we give that go ahead from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm either all just Brian shields this is Maggie six point five Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic on channel nine Eyewitness News meteorologist Brian shield all eyes on the door and it will strengthen into a hurricane and approach the southeast U. S. I want to go over what that means for us here in central Florida ahead bye for west bound for lake merry Boulevard to colonial drive you're looking at a forty one minute drive time at Torrance news ninety six point five W. good morning every computer Marcia Taylor successful test in Texas could be some good news for the space coast space ax said last night it's star hopper space ship launched and landed safely in Boca chica Texas at the end of the day it's SpaceX those guys get stuff done and get it done fast they're not afraid to fail make mistakes learn from it move forward get it done now this successful test last night means perhaps a closer launch date next year in Cape Canaveral terrible news for Tampa Bay rays pitching prospect Blake Bevans his his mourning the loss of his wife one year old son and mother in law in southern Virginia yeah they were killed by a bit vents eighteen year old brother in law he was found running naked near the property Matthew Bernard now facing three counts of first degree murder in keeping up with the times California companies develop the first ever breathalyzer machine for law enforcement officer of the screens motors for both alcohol in THC content previously was difficult to detect the presence of THC in a person but with this one doctor explains if we find T. H. C. M. Brett that means the person smoked in the last couple hours hound labs which developed the technology recently secured thirty million dollars to fund an expedited roll out of the new breath testing device it's expected to be in the hands of law enforcement agencies by the end of the year literally news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. okay well our Labor Day weekend may be interrupted by a tropical storm Dorian but be thankful for certain advances and tech because Florida was caught off guard on Labor Day in nineteen thirty five.
Liverpool Sweeps Arsenal Aside
"Alongside melissa ready backing wear really and truly seems to be your second home here at anfield another commanding display from liverpool here in this one is absolutely thrashed arsenal. I mean it was only three one gets on the scoresheet but really and truly that performance was so commanding for the reds and i know that there are lots of questions surrounding liverpool especially after the match against southampton last weekend so male. Just let me know have liverpool answer those questions and put them to rest. I think they did quite emphatically. It was superior performance against arsenal in sort of i've every respect and what i took away from this game as i did from the community shield and really everything i've seen so far in the season is that manchester city and liverpool <hes> the benchmark. It's those two and then there's the rest to clear two-horse race for yeah. <hes> awesome tried something something different today. They actually came with confidence. <hes> a tactical plan that yorgen cup admitted he didn't expect he hadn't seen awesome execute before all where they played a very narrow field and allowed lovable wide and back themselves to deal with all the crosses and it worked for forty minutes now. Why i i say liverpool was superior in every respect is one of the things the side is able to problem solve and once they problem mm soul they have the ability to then pick you apart so joel map scores ahead of from alexander ronald's kona on forty one minutes and in the second talk before arsenal can even have any sort of chance to come back into the game. They're killed off. Quick quick muhammed saw david david lewis and that was it louise. Oh my goodness. We're definitely going to talk about him there because i know lots of arsenal supporters were quite surprised or quite happy actually when they did manage to get him him there on that one but again just talking about pool of course. I know that a lot of people said that southampton just last week. I'm bringing back up this game again if they probably had someone a little more superior could finish the they definitely would have had liverpool there because again. The defense seems to be a bit of a frailty for liverpool. How did you see today even though arsenal of course we know didn't threaten it as much as many would have expected. Probably liverpool's defense has been different. The season the team as a whole have been more open. They've allowed <hes> a lot more shots against them that than is typical for a liberal side obviously their title challenge and their european success last season was built on a strong defensive platform well <hes> part of that is because they are playing a slightly higher line. It's also because it's not just natural. It's the start thought of the season you have to sort of get into that routine and rhythm again. A lot of the players went away over the summer and paid with their national teams who you know us completely different tactics dick's different styles of mocking <hes> and so it's natural for the place to relearn liverpool system. I think the southampton game was obviously the context of little tired from having played in istanbul heats late-game flying back so yeah. I mean quickly quickly before we wrap up now. Let's just spare thought forest on because we have to of course all the labs on the show on e._s._p._n. A._f._c. if you've been watching as you should be watching basically said that this match would be a good benchmark for arsenal to see exactly where they stand in this premier league racist season if you want to put it so after what you just saw now. What are they thinking. Where do you see <hes>. I actually feel a little bit. Sorry for arsenal because like i said they they arrived with a plan that was effective for a large parts. They did create chances says that fell to a boomerang and nicholas pepper who impressed somewhat on his debut but most of what they created actually came from liverpool's eras ariza they didn't there wasn't good bold plan stuff from arsenal just lacking the right personnel the quality. I think it's very difficult to come to add field and play against this liverpool side.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Points. You do not see that in a finals game and give them credit now because Leonard played forty one minutes. Twenty two Siachen played forty six minutes twenty six points and ten rebounds. And then also at three assists, he kind of goes under the whatever one radar for radar. No doubt about it. How much confusion causes? Now Lowry was great, but I just can't say enough about them fleet any Baca of its, wean them that thirty seven points fed testing job mainly because they needed Baca because Kosovo was over five and green was over. So it was just they needed that, for Duchesne off the bench and they got it not a little bit. But big and they dethrone champions, the two-time reigning champion. Golden State Warriors. It was Trish in for the. The warriors in these finals. I Kevin Durant. And then Klay Thompson went down with a knee injury in the third quarter. Not enough for Golden State denied a third straight championship. The Toronto Raptors are champions of the NBA for the first time in six games over the warriors. They take Golden State in the final game ever at the oracle one fourteen one ten in game six for UB Brown. I marquess you're right here on your home for the NBA finals ESPN radio and the ESPN app in gray job, dual all the way through the raptors including the regular season were four and oh on the floor of the warriors that being oracle. They closed out the history of oracle with victory by the visitors making it clear to ESPN's Mark Jackson vis point make.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"That doesn't interest me. All right. This wasn't going to be a six point play. Why you shooting the shot go, and you've eighty let the clock run out and get enough of a court. So can we qualify this? Can we define what happened in the fourth quarter as number two took over the fourth quarter? I think not I think not. So he has a fast break donkeys, he scores two baskets in the fourth quarter fast dunk that, that anybody could make you could've made that done running full speed explode. Oh, yeah. He's floated. He's hurt. He's hurt. That's what they say. That's what they tell me. But he exploded into the dunk. I don't know how what I don't know if you've noticed this. But what I do notice it's wise picking his moments in which he needs to really exerting, a lot looked like he picked every moment, I didn't see any limping. I don't is a miracle. He when you have to play the type of is one things give to play forty one minutes and you give it to someone of the opposite. But when you play forty one minutes and you also must spend thirty of those minutes, guarding Yanni's and shut. Him down. Make sure he's old. How Matt okay? Solitaire. Get. No. Visitation neil. Yes, you saw it. So all I heard on Saturday night was he took over another without or took over the whole basketball game. And I'm saying how I don't I don't exactly what about what if I need to say, I'll give you third corps, though. He did not take over the fourth quarter. He had a late flurry in the third quarter. When the pressure wasn't really on because it looked like the game was slipping away. I'm refresh. We'll see now is who's going to be the MVP janey had twenty one points, eleven rebounds, four six and three blocks or the entirety of the game. He played a grand total of forty minutes and thirty two seconds. Kuwa- lynyrd in the second half had nineteen twelve four into block utility. He didn't take the second half over. I told you third quarter not. No, it's third quarter fourth-quarter. He's all in the third quarter and not much in the field as usual as usual, what kept happening mistaking. He had to fewer points to more rebounds and two steals. More John is head in the entire game. And he did that in the second. I'll Jaanus got exposed in this. You know, we took the covers off Wait a a trip. them down. We've made him streaking arena, naked. We have exposed him, every time he tried to swoop to the hoop, which is only offense. It move is swoop to though he ran into number two to start with. But then there was dissolved, and their Siaka, then there was Baca. That's a lot of firepower in there. You realize e block has twice led this league in blocked shots. You realize that gives Saul has been a defensive player of the year. Yes, you realize that Siachen will make lots of defensive all first or second team is going forward. You just watch of the guy the last guy, this one back to back defensive player of the year is who skip. Yep. He's that guy. He's got. He's no question. Hey down the best two way player and best he lives no match for Yoenis at the rim. He is no match for him, but he couldn't get to. Because of the wall, and we found once and for all Yoenis has no game at all. He's got no mid range. I mean he didn't even have any short-range game. He don't even have like a five foot pool of John. I do have a hook shot. He doesn't have any John. He's got no shot. Except dunker off the bag more closely what you want to do to minimize. Why don't Understood. understand? I'm not hating just true spitting. That's all I'm doing. I just told you exactly what a little more true speed. Okay. What we did.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on KOMO
"Tacoma, forty one minute commute northbound four or five is heavy through Renton in south or five off and on slowing out of Bothell. Through Kirkland are next KOMO traffic at seven forty four. Here's the forecast from Seth Wayne staying dry here on a Thursday. But keep in my mostly cloudy skies, prevail through the day today. We'll get some sun breaks here. And there it's going to help get those temperatures in the low sixties also looking our way for mostly cloudy sky tonight. Mild temperatures early tomorrow morning will burn the clouds off through your Friday turning sunny through the weekend and the beginning of next week. Enjoy the rest of your day. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center. A few light showers in the Arlington area where it's forty six this morning for the most part just cloudy in western Washington. Forty-three in Olympia and here in downtown Seattle. It's forty seven right now. Komo news time seven thirty six. New state law has been signed by governor Jay Inslee to update the car. Carseat law in this state. And the result is the kids will have to be kept in booster seats longer. Dr Beth Ebel testified in support of the Bill to require kids to remain in a booster up to age twelve unless they are over four feet nine inches or taller as she told lawmakers about two kids she recently treated after a bad car crash eleven year olds the intestines pop because that lap belt digs right in because the kid is not positioned in the booster seat and that little nine year old. He's a little guy. He is. Paralyzed changes will take place until January the new law also states that kids under to have to be in rear facing car seats up until they reach both the height and weight limit of their car seat five high school students have been hospitalized after a giant bouncy house lifted twenty feet into the air and then came crashing down. More from komo's Brian Calvert and happened during a student event on the Zillah high school football field, some of the fun involved inflatable, bouncy house. Houses. And then you hear the wind really pick up as it gusts several miles per hour. Then one of the structure's lifts off. Christopher Melina is one of the witnesses. Having a good time students and out of nowhere. We've seen the bounty house go pretty high in her and came down in it and it hit head on the cement. He was actually.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"No. Horo we're in the middle of the desert, and there was a road sign with a one in a five on it. That's to our I need to our fuel. The reason it called the to my office. I come from MTV, and I come from MTV sports. Okay. And so we have a certain pace in a certain cadence. And the reason see what you don't understand is only thing that otherwise if we're not in front of that sign we're in Vegas and the only thing in Vegas topless girls with a bum in the front, which is insane. But it's true. Right. Okay. Well, many are haven't they gotta go not gonna go. Yeah. No. There's a down the road from that San. There's a man he's only got the one leg. But he he spends his days drinking from a bucket. The al. That's okay. That's our two parter. He'll this. I saw the daily and you did I look you got forty one minutes outside of the Bundy. Go inside. We didn't go out until minute forty two of the bun boy. And I'm saying I come from a world of action sport Jonah videos. You understand we got to tighten this up. We've got to pick up the pace I understand. But when it comes to something called a bun, boy, I am expert. I get it. I get it. Open ended adventure the bun. Boy, there's twenty six minutes of you and front of the great Greek. And it's not open. I just I certainly is. No. Okay. Let me tell you something about the great Greek. You've got an understand you got cokes that open. Understood. But it's live straight on your porch. Coax it up with a little treats. Okay..
"forty one minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Welcome back Republic Bank broadcast booth fear Xintai gender, the final score get overtime Xavier musketeers knock off a great Bluejays. Sixty four to sixty one great led the ball game for thirteen minutes. Thirty one seconds Xavier lead for twenty six minutes and fifty three seconds. The game was tied for four minutes and thirty six seconds. We had seven Lee changes that a game was tied on six different occasions. The musketeers had eighteen assistant twenty six field goals. Teammates help each other out. Great place happen like this one drives dishes. Hankins catches he slams at end for two. The assist of the game presented by state farm. Get an agent that gets you time for tonight's Kroger. Started the game, and it is noisy. Marshall outstanding effort twenty three points five for eleven from behind the arc. Joe we that's a season high for him relative to mate threes. He had seven rebounds, five assists in forty one minutes of play almost went wire-to-wire. Tonight's kroger. Star of the game is brought to you by Kroger. Stop by your neighborhood. Kroger today, you'll find great food and low prices throughout the store and he made some difficult shots. In fact, to give the musketeer the final margin of sixty four sixty one was an acrobatic shot outside the lane leading back with multiple defenders hanging all over and plus he warmed up from the outside shot at well. From three point range dodgers today. He did Joe Xavier as a team made eight he had five himself from behind the arc and it was a big part as abors offense. Travis Steele said the pre game interview that he thought his defense was improving defense was better against a Paul better. In practice, and he expressed thought that maybe they've turned the corner defensively a little bit other defense has been good here recently,.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People
"Crying and laughing at the same time because your head becomes a mix that creates some new emotion that doesn't have a word for it that life has come up with a word yet. I wouldn't necessarily tell the employer the part where you yelled at the professor, please stop talking to me. I would leave that part. You wanna go through? You wanna go through? We've got forty one minutes after you wanna go through a little mini dry run of this interview with that help. Oh god. Sure. We'll see what happens and you want one you want one piece of advice. I've of advice, I've learned from doing beautiful honest. Okay. Yeah. Because you were saying people are gonna roll their eyes at the fact that you're twenty I think some people will think that's on them. Not you. I think that's ignorance I'm on record saying. I think people of my generation and above have a very weird chip on their shoulder about people your generation and the younger generation always winds up being correct? And I think that we're underestimating you guys, and it's gonna bite us in the ass in many ways at the stop underestimating young people between the two generation depends on who the game was flak at the time. If everyone's like, we hate gently, then I'm like, oh, man. I'm a millennial after like, we hate Leno. And I'm like guess, I'm John Deere now. Wow. I mean, I'm so that this is the first time I've heard of jen's e that's out. Really? Well, I'm an ex any all I'm an ex any. I'm right on the edge of generation, X and millennials. Oh, damn sorry. Where we just skipping generation Y which going right to see. I think so okay, I learned about like demographics, and my user design class, and I do not remember anything about generation Y. Now, I'm gonna tell here's one thing. I have learned from beautiful anonymous is that older people have one serious problem with your generation, which is the frequency with which you say the word like, and you might want to watch that. It'd be interview because you say the word like very often as I know it is it is hilarious to see in. Our comments section anytime. There's someone under the age of twenty nine you'll see at least three comments thrilling how come these kids say like so much? So you might want to keep an eye on that fuck off because my best year. Everybody fucked straight off you hear that comments sections of the internet. Fuck off. Sorry. Sally. Cheap. But if this somehow gets like publish, I will not listen to it because I will be cringing at the end of my voice, so hard, and I will not like any comments. Yeah. That's how I am too. When we do the beautiful follow ups. Jared has to send me notes because I can't get through an episode because I hate my voice. And when I appeared on television. I cannot watch it because it sends me into a tail sprint spin of depression because I become convinced that I am a monster meant, anyway, let's do this. Let's let's go ahead and do this dry. Run of an interview has this out. Okay. Oh is he is going to be a funny fake version of interviewers? He good start yelling at her. What's what's this interview? Gonna be that stay tuned to find out. In the meantime, we gotta check them up use promo code if you right back..
"forty one minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"It would be if it was a clear night. All right. So depending on the ceiling possibility of getting some aerial shots by drawn because I mean, this is this is a good marketing event first of its kind fireworks from the roof of the Fonda. We're going to have the highest the Zia drop or it's to go up higher than ever before. And you know, a lot a lot of great photographic opportunities are video opportunities. Yeah. It's gonna be absolutely gorgeous. We're really excited about this. So come on down. What else? Do we need to know anything? Dress dress warm, we're gonna have we'll have hot chocolate. We'll have bonfires gene ten that way. For those folks who who do come out you can jump into the heating and get one Dublin come back out and and party with us. But I think that we're going to have such a great time scenario will walk us into the new year that people be moving and swaying, and we're we're just looking forward to it. So we think it's going to be a great time. And the the weather forecast would definitely a fireworks will go forward and have any problems with. No none whatsoever. The only thing that would prevent us as wind and because lots no we will have any win. Do you still need volunteers to hand out the the toasting apples apples park? We definitely we definitely volunteers to hand out boy both noisemakers as well as the cider for the mayor's toast. You wanna come and help just show up to the plaza around ten o'clock, and let us deal that you want to volunteer. You'll see a bunch of us in the event staff will be wearing these very very bright yellow. Breath. And that's how you can find out who we are. And we would love your help. 'cause we're gonna have to distribute these pretty quickly to everybody. And then it'll be recycling bins for glass and for the noisemakers, right? Correct. Yes, we'll recycle all that stuff right away. All right, right. Best of luck. Happy new year to you. Happy new year. It is forty one minutes after.
With Limited-Edition Chips, Pringles Slays Lays
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"forty one minutes" Discussed on The NBA Show
"You don't get that bump, the dead cat bounce can merely, but it'll be you know, let's it'll be really interesting to see it's Karl Anthony towns time to stand up and be the superstar. Now, let's just take a quick I think it's worth really actually like letting listen case listeners didn't see this Atlantic interview with Sam amick really speaks to life in Minnesota right now question you played forty one is after the kings game. You played forty one minutes today. Jimmy Butler, this shit has to stop this incredible fetch why we've got fucking. Fourteen other guys I feel like I'm watching the Mark Wahlberg departed scene where he's like you lace curtain motherfucker. It was a Puerto earlier today doesn't matter blah. And then he's like, I know but forty one minutes whenever I'm winning. I don't give a damn and then he flips back, and he's like we've got fucking guys who can play. We've got instill confidence in everyone. I don't think that he's the guy to do that necessarily. I think my confidence is high enough. I want all my guys to be successful. All these guys to play is that a combo with Covault tiptoe that I have to have yet. Everybody wants to talk about how motherfuckers not healthy he said of himself. Well, God damn we're playing forty one forty three forty four minutes for game. It takes a toll. So it turns out Tom abra stroz, right? Turns out these guys do get tired. Doesn't know what he's doing anymore, and that's his guy. Yeah. Tibbs was Jimmy's guy. Jimmy was Tim's has guy. And he's like this is fucking. And both of them were like, you know, it's not working us being each other's dudes. Yes. So I wonder now like you introduce Robert Covington all to say that I don't necessarily think Jimmy leaving is going to make everything better. No like, I said, we still. Yeah. Tibbs is the problem. The league has in very real ways pass Tom tiptoe by not just in the way that the way that minutes are viewed today as something really to be monitored in a real way in order to alleviate player injuries down the road. And in the way that defenses are played completely differently than the way he made his Mark in the league when he was with Boston as assistant was winning. Everybody talked about like, the Tibbs defensive model and charges this straight. Models over that's finished. So what does Tom tiptoe at? What is the value added of Tom thibodeau? Now, I honestly. Janitors? I honestly don't know running guys into the ground with their minutes. I don't know either. Like, I think Wiggins is growth has been stunted, and you could chalk part of that up obviously to Jimmy Butler. But a lot of it has to do with with tips. And now it's can Tibbs adjust on the fly with two guys who he brings in are useful pieces. Is he going to stagger minutes is he going to shorten up his rotation? I I mean like, let's let's be a little bit optimistic. Right. So Roco is a nice like it'll make up for the Jimmy size hole that they have especially in terms of perimeter defense Cohen Wiggins, or at least athletic out there on the wings. I would hope that one of the things as Dario fan that I don't feel like you got to do enough of in Philly is be a playmaker loss really passer. So I don't know if he could I don't know if he's athlete enough to play point forward. But I would love to see more offense running through him, which is highly unlikely given the all the different pieces and Derrick rose at everybody else. It's minnesota. But I I would hope that whoever whether it's. Over the next coach Minnesota is like this guy can pass his ass off. Let's put him more in like these Yokich tiles spots where he can pass out of the post where you can pass the cutters. Like, so that would be my hope. And now it's like there are no excuses for call Anthony towns, and there are no excuses for Andrew Wiggins. And when you watch the wolves with the games, the butlers played this year, there is a market difference in the body language of guys like Townsend Wiggins when it was like, yeah, they were on the floor Thais Jones, Josh Kogi when they're on the floor with Jimmy Butler. So theoretically, you should get a response and towns is having a career worst season right now..
The Brilliance of Amazon's Homecoming Series
"All right. We are back. We're talking about homecoming season one. I mean, I don't even know if there's going to be a season two, but with homecoming new show in Amazon it's directed by front of the pods. Same as mail. It's a based on a podcast from allied Horowitz. And Michael Bloomberg that was Gimblett couple years ago. And the the podcast major parts were played by Catherine keener, voiced by Catherine keener, Oscar Isaac and David trimmer in the Amazon television show version of it. We have a show starring Julia Roberts, which I never thought if you told me ten years ago that Julia Roberts will be on an Amazon show. Just really confused two thousand eight me. Julia Roberts, Bobby volley. Hey, chris. Yeah. I've got a couple of other. Chris would really yeah. Yeah. I know we can get say that for for next next episode way to tell him podcast go. Yeah. So we have a home. Julia roberts. Stephen, James, Bobby, volley and shea Wiggham among others. And it's ten episode show ended I talked a little bit about it as a preview last week. So we're just gonna talk about the first five episodes today in the second five the the back half of the show on Thursday. So there will be spoilers. Yes. There will. Episode boilers mandatory, pineapple optics Redwood, and helping the episodes we're talking about and everyone here are the usual caveats. You should know that I'm recording this from s milk work right now. Yes, we're all the people Chris mentioned except for Julia Roberts J William or ended office right now having a meeting I think about season two. I am clearly an untrustworthy voice. But I do think it's noteworthy television show. And I am eager to talk about it. But understand you take all take the bucks, kosher salt. You have in your kitchen and just pour it all over whatever device used to listen to this podcast on. Yeah. Well, we so I feel like we just talked a lot about sort of the extra curricular things around television show with Walking Dead without actually talking about Walking Dead. So I wanna start rather than talking about the impact this show has had or what it means within the Amazon ecosystem or whatever logistic about the show itself. How's that rate? You you you leave me there? Okay. Again, not trying to blow smoke up SAM's ask. But I am really in all of what he pulled off here. Because forget I actually didn't listen to the podcast. So I can't even speak to what it must be like to adapt. What is essentially this? This long form audio story for TV. I can't I can't evaluate what I think he's done here. And we talked a little bit about. The effectiveness of the half hour thriller drama, and how that gave us kind of like remixed are brainwaves a little bit. It kinda kinda got wires crossed in a way that was really exciting. Because you're basically, I think when you're watching television show that takes at least an hour, and you know, it's drama, you kind of your your mind knows that there are going to be these peaks and valleys these lulls, you know, how they're setting things up around the three five x structure, you kind of have a feeling for how you're watching these shows if you're watching Ozark if you're watching hunting and Phil house, if you're watching a sharp objects there is of no matter how different these shows are there's a vibe to them. And there is a a tempo that comes along with an hour long show by compressing the drama and tension into anywhere from twenty seven to thirty one to forty one minutes. Sam's kind of manipulating your reactions. To the story. And the story itself is not I don't find it to be that complicated. It's not that Abrahams e it's not that mystery box. Obviously, there's a lot of central mysteries. But what I think he's done here is taking seventies paranoia cinema. Which is something that a lot of people like to reference, I think famously Andy always joked about how the Rousseau's talked about the influence of like all the president's men in parallel view on winter soldier. And we joked about that..
All-Star Game rosters announced
"An arson watch program within your neighborhood report all suspicious activity near houses or other buildings who the local police in five if you know or suspect arson crime has been committed contact your local fire or police department arson is a nationwide problem be aware checking wgn sports houston edged out the white sox and took the entire series two to one the score today socks will take a day off on monday and then hosts saint louis on tuesday the pregame with andy mazer six thirty five first pitch seven ten with that farmer and darren jackson right here on seven twenty wgn cubs took ten innings they beat cincinnati six to five they will be in san francisco on monday night and the national and american league allstar starters have been announced and we get one each over in the american league jose abreu for the white sox will start at first base and over in the national league starting behind the plate wilson controllers pitchers still have not been announced and the extra players that managers will announce have not been chosen yet let's check wgn traffic your travel times out there right now over the kennedy expressway we've got delays coming in from o'hare to downtown that's now a forty six minute trip the majority of that travel time is from the junction heading into downtown heading back out to the airport it'll take you about an extra seven minutes on that travel time over on the borman expressway westbound you have your major delays between i ninety four and the tristate that's a forty one minute trip over there take your almost an extra twenty five minutes travel times on the rest of the area expressways tollways and highways looking pretty good over on i fifty seven we're seeing an accident right now southbound between one hundred nineteenth and one hundred and twenty seven th street that's going to slow things up a little bit and on lakeshore drive northbound heading into downtown from eighteenth we are seeing some delays there that's about an eighteen minute trip now so there are delays coming into the oak street curve for personalized traffic on demand get.
Stevenson, Dan Ryan and Foxconn discussed on The Steve Dahl Show
"Ryan forty one minutes from downtown to ninety fifth about twentythree on in outbound i forty four post office to wolf forty on in stevenson out fifty two from the drive to the tristate twenty eight inbound southbound tri state forty two atoms the stevenson northbound trip thirty four no delays on i fifty seven or the bishop ford right now and accident outbound dan ryan at eighty third it is being pulled off to the side next traffic update in about fifteen minutes wls business while we didn't know exactly where foxconn could put its headquarters has north american headquarters when they announced that they were going to build a facility right across the border there in wisconsin but today they've announced that they have purchased a downtown milwaukee wisconsin building to house its north american headquarters on wall street the dow closed down eighty four points the nasdaq was down about fifteen and the sp was down three points get news on the hour the half and when it breaks continuous coverage at wlsamcom more the steve doll show on the.
Kevin Harvick cruises to win at Dover as Stewart-Haas Racing owns the day
"Well kevin harvick gets his fourth win of the year and nascar kevin dominating a race interrupted by rain and driving his nascar cup series high fourth victory of the season at dover international speedway harvick swept the first two stages and easily chased down stewart haas racing teammate clint bowyer in the third for the lead after a forty one minute rain delay bore your was second followed by daniel suarez.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on Through the Wire
"Michael beasley kicks isaiah hicks went to north carolina here so many players in the nba is a dvd player yeah see him westchester played played eighteen right now there's so many players from the d league playing because teams are taking so hor like if you take a look at the magic's last game they have i'm going to ask you awesome players kim birch from pittsburgh i know him i knew him but i'm asking how if god notice play it right rodney purvis yes wants a connecticut i don't know he was all done on america jamaica i don't follow up the artist i don't know just do from oregon or not but jonathan moti i remember that name he was in the some of the this year jalen jones fourteen i i remember talking about now just know that there are a lot of players from z league that a plant right now 'cause seems their tank molly was on the mavericks yeah okay cool the play forty one minutes yet only he hit a game when a shot at him so that was his spider to summer and we're in here as soon as back in the league at the his brother been pretty good pretty good up to forty t play forty two minutes of imagine being that they gave you this is so funny like what's in a man's game tonight watching the most like the most tank in his season after they just came up like y'all can't thing because this is the last year uk really i mean not technically belay to chance to get in the first overall pick this is the last season you could do that because after this season is tied i think for two three teams of fourteen i don't really remember those one it might be one through three tied equalize which guess is supposed to stop taking but i tell you right now for three three top teen.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on Open Floor
"Standing ovation from the home crowd the answer is no did tiptoe leave karl anthony towns in until the final buzzer of a double digit victory over the atlanta hawks in late march playing his star forty one minutes yes he left him in to the final buzzer and look i understand there's going to be people out there who just reflexively go against the grain in terms of like oh everyone's screaming about rest so therefore i'm going to be anti arrest it just doesn't make any sense come on was we know you're reasonable guy we understand the i q in minnesota's higher than the national average thanks you know you're checking on great debate you know not too long ago come on man you realize you can't be running these guys out there forty plus minutes every single night and expect things to happen and you also realize you can't just anecdotally cherry pick a couple of guys who are being rested right now you know guys like durant and and green and say oh there's this rash of injuries for state that's not how it works come on see the bigger picture well all right that's all fair points having looked this minnesota memphis fox gore like the number that jumps out most is taj gibson playing forty three minutes i don't know how you do that to poor taj gibson who's like thirty five years old the ghost of taj gibson is gonna come back and haunt tibbs one day but look i love tim's i am rooting for the wolves we've been over all this i think the flip side of what you're talking about is watching karl towns and granted he was he was doing it to mike moscow woah for most of the time but watching karl towns against that hawks team like he was incredible he's just obscenely gifted and as jarque as something sometimes get in minnesota and their losses are darker than most teams losses towns is still the guy who like i wouldn't wanna bet against his future because whatever you wanna say.
Obamas reportedly in talks with Netflix to produce series
"A did receive criticism for its unattainable body dimensions and in two thousand sixteen mattel the doll's manufacturer announced that it would add tall curvy mpt bodyshapes to its lineup lisa g reporting president obama i'm ray of lockdown his next move following his departure from the white house new york times reports a former president and his wife michelle are in talks to produce a series of netflixing shells one show may reportedly involve obama moderating conversations about immigration climate change voting rights and other topics he tackled during his presidency further details of the production have not been confirmed to 24 now on komo news strictly traffic here's kiera jordan we've been working on a crash on the shoulder westbound 512 near in and that's causing some slowing as he pulled away from south hill mall northbound i 5 looking at a very heavy drive right now through north everett northbound 405 is busy out of south center the valley freeway and checking out some travel times lynnwood to seattle that set forty one minutes if you keep heading south that are witted tacoma that's a 28 minute drive and bellevue to reminisce thirtes sitting at thirty minutes this traffic report is brought to you.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"But my day time my daytime church where i was sixteen like my longest was like forty one minutes and then of course i was in california i had two different jobs and one trip took between fifteen and twenty five minutes the other one but my point is i've always been somebody who's timed out the route and not unusually usually not varied the root i have a couple of options and clinton case you know yet you have to but i think of the same route it doesn't get mondaym to me i'm someone who likes to get once i get locked in on a flavor of coffee at a type of coffee i will have that cata coffee every day until really traveling can is the only thing that can set it up but accomplishments are different accomplishments for whatever reason are something that you just can't do every day it does get mundane you do have to do something different even knows that every day chores you liked the routine but the accomplishments you wanna you won't change it up some i think that's a little bit what's happening with the golden state warriors night here they are go at marching towards what would be their fourth consecutive playoff appearance they're trying to become backtoback nba champions and if last year was mount kilimanjaro majan you know as bob myers told my friend ryan resell oh ride to imagine you go and yet hike mount kilimanjaro with a group of guys and you make it up the top and then like six months later but he's like hey man we don't like nothing pedone don't see what i can get mount kilimanjaro wanna go do it again.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"I i don't hear it at all on this and look at your look belongs on on gordon were grew but yes wiggins thinks wiggins not great the are still when cooking up some trees former a i it's hard to blame you like he like they win last night if he isn't useless yeah be is unloaded a negative 25 have that he played forty one minutes yep jeff the played thirty eight minutes teague was a negative three taken to with a negative 20flight how does that happened take cut lot of them for overlapping you should have saying those three minutes men who boy they there were tougher up muster mr duisi that was when ryan anderson had all the shots he was on the bench cover mandra or don't it was it was it was tough it was a real tough i did led towns was dominating cappella and cappella finished with a very strong stat line but towns was like a ribbon offense of reviving had 5 offensive rebounds just all over him and then they brought in an an and i was like i that's the kind of like body type town struggles with a note beaches continued to dominate so is a good step onto he's the just gonna say that he's on pays for a tremendous mine august shoud issued sixty five sixty board 94 right now he's going 26 points a game of 14 shots number i there are so many possessions too like they of harden was plan like it seemed like the three of the four like he kept getting switched on either taj gibson or towns and it didn't even look like they were saying picks like harden was on them and like the wall of one of the biggest problems with a wolves seem to be like town luc at the ball and leader of a mismatch oral get it like eighteen feet out easily i don't want to take a turnaround here and i don't want to like drive cause and then like the defense will collapse if he does and the wolves the other four wolves just stand perfectly still it'll move an inch and if like legwell in this with this isn't gonna end well play yeah you've you've tied my hands barely.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on KELO
"Moderate to heavy snowfall we moving into this who falls in the surrounding area tonight and that will last all the way through the morning hours and enduring tomorrow afternoon will see the snow trickling out of the area and those wind gusts we very strong there is some evidence pointing to near fifty miles per hour wind gusts that's going to cause refused visibilities when this knows all said and done were looking at a three to seven inches and the souvaltzi area but a cow landlocked deputychief stormcenter pine transmit sean hannity weekdays to to five kelo newstalk 1320 1079 forty one minutes after the hour on the michael medved show there is one issue that i think has just i mean absolutely been settled and been settled in a very convincing way by admiral ronnie jackson that's admiral dr ronnie jackson he has been the white house physician since two thousand and thirteen and he is obviously a very qualified guy qualified enough that he served two very different presidents her press different not only by the way in body type of president trump and president obama a different name dj change but different in general outlook and the one thing that ronnie jackson has said very deliberately was asked at the white house press briefing moments ago uh what do you say to all those physicians out there who say that uh president trump shows signs of dementia he clearly is losing it he said look i am i've been with president uh every day usually twice a day since he took office and he says he sees no sign of that he called a tabloid psychiatry and basically dismissed it he also had this to say about the president's height and weight with president trump's consent are released the following helped information vitals as follows page seventy one years and seven months at the time of the exam height 75 inches wait two hundred thirty nine pounds resting heart rate 68 blood pressure 122 over seventy four pawsox cemetry ninety nine percent.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Near seventy fifth as your travel times you can still running to seventeen minutes on the way between likud in the junction kennedy thirty five minutes o'hare to downtown twentytwofor montross 33 back after forty one minutes in from thorndale 33 out stevenson 40 minutes in from 350 536 to the veterans toll in ryan 23 minutes 95th on in sixteen back out to the split over in lakeshore drive just bits on cell phones on as you get on north avenue down through the oak tree curve two chicago avenue for traffic on the sevens or eighths or any time ondemand get the traffic chicago epa per bunching humpert perl mortgage just search t r a f f i x chicago madam chapelle wgn traffic central the forecast from the wgn chicago weather center the showers are storms around today should be moving out by afternoon partly sunny later a high of 74 park cloudy tonight little cooler down to fifty five and then mostly cloudy tomorrow could be an afternoon shower and high of 72 seventy two right now at o'hare 71 at midway sixty eight at the lake at 66 degrees at glenview let's get chicago news first at the top of every hour i'm steve bertrand on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn thank you so much steve it's bill efforts wendy snyder and i know steve you like to revert still your favorite book author anyway f scott fitzgerald yeah my favorite author would be kevin guilfoil oh is that right yes any happens to be in the studio with scotsman kevin i gotta tell you i'm not a big book reader i'd i'd rather play a video game or watch tv or something and i saw little right up about your book cast of shadows many years ago and the tribune magazine and it seems so intriguing i had to read it it is one of my favorite books ever thank you thanks wendy you're absolutely welcome well now you get go together with scott smith at you write a shortstory all of a sudden the next thing i'm reading in our local paper that this is becoming a movie yeah i was short story was published gosh about ten years ago and scott probably better tell you.
"forty one minutes" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"Thank you ninety fathers sports up here until three o'clock today ooh might flynn's abodes in forty one minutes away from get in a car what what what what are you get the mccarthy's days in the ipod free rocket onto a rocket my son's album castel show throws a gomo good good it's gonna meet his idol today i was telling trai all yes huge huge jacqueline love your jackman well you know what he's like hugh jackman like the widow with low geared in the characters he plays in those movies but in like the theatreworld to he's like legit like he's water tony award and he was in like leibniz robby which is like a huge play but if they did a movie dental he's like and he's hosts that like the tony award so like it now that world to ease like huge alike my ten year old who does the show like he loves them because of low gated wolverine all that stuff but then he has he got into this now he does does all the shows that supposedly he's go to show go to the show to the siham so we'll say good the prestige that's a really good one great early that's one of my favorites xmen wolverine at he's like he's done i think he's pretty the yeah you know who you i mean everybody knows who he is loaded but out of the blood of people know like he's like a big broadway star to not many people do i guess you ever see the movie swordfish yes resume how very nice little quick seem that was like famous because like the first time the she tension topless the movie was very very aptly result his role that was like air flight john travolta inside of be like super four dislike air travolta meeting yeah like that's a guy that like if someone said hey there's a young john hey there's a john travolta lookalike well which era we talking 70s 80s uri are we broken arrow life rolpa he was like totally she did totally he was she committed he's kind of like kinda got off the deep had a little bit smugly came back with pulp fiction he had like he did a lot of role after a huge remember eighty did broken arrow these chemical at kind.