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Fresh update on "four five six " discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Posts a month which will then be about twenty dollars Max which is fine like that I get that. some some people have set limit one business that limited ninety nine episodes a month which really appreciate. Just in case just in case a release. A hundred episodes a month. You've made sure you're only pay the ninety nine. I love that. I get that? That's fine. Three episodes month. Okay. That's fifteen dollars. That's that's that's I. Like that you know. But I'm just thinking like. If you're someone who. Gives. If you have said at a maximum of five dollars a month. Then you give us much as the pest in its here. That supports with. One. Other per episode or the person in the two dollars Taylor. Who within end up giving around a god is just Manson not good at it. At. Six Ten Does them. And they don't get a shout out, they don't get the names sit out loud. They don't get videos in. On those things that feels unfair to them. So I don't know what to do. You know what I mean I don't know what to do I. Don't like. policing it in this way, I don't like. But then again, like the people who actually give five dollars per episode. They've. I think when set it up what I meant was if you donate five dollars per episode. which is every episode. Then you get a named read out loud at the end. And I'm sorry I didn't make it clear I'm. I mean okay. You know what? This is what I'll do. I would love to hear your thoughts. You can go a Patriot and misses me that and I might not be able to get back to you. Straightaway because moving chaos in mental health chaos but. I would just let your thoughts about this. Especially from the people have limits who at this support? Sort of what you thought saw. If you joined the VIP section hit because you won your name out loud but you couldn't afford it all. If you didn't know what the limit thing Mando like I. Just I would just love to hear your thoughts because I don't WanNa be. Unfair and at the moment it feels if I'm Gonna be either unfettered to. The listeners who has dozen to me reading out thousand. Names. Unfair to the people who actually do give five dollars per episode or going to be unfair to the people who've set a limit who might not be able to afford it so please. Tell me your thoughts. Please tell me what you think. Sudan I'm going to do like a just to see how it feels I'm going to just read the names of the people who don't have any limits I've taken people in who have limits of three four. Three, four, five, six, and ninety, nine as limit. but. Anyone who has a limit of? Two A one post a month I have. Not included. This is not like me calling you out. I don't know if people are GonNa be like Oh that name was missing. That's not what this is. That is not what this is at all the snow shaving or anything we'll get it is a nice base at the safe-space. No, it's not safe spaces don't exist, but it's a nice base so. but I do just want to give a proper. Thank you so much to these people who des. Yeah Just, save my life. So. A huge. Thank you to these people like a real massive huge. Thank you. The coal, you're the call of VIP section. You like the VI. v I know V V v I P section. A massive massive. Thank you too. Amy Melody Andrea Copenhagen Andy, Walker Emery Heaven Best Payton Cherry Windsor Fletcher Daniel Rasheed Deborah Cody say data Bombay instant amateur infinite on privacy as Soza Rotarians Hubs Galway casts Georgia Gillian Davidson Hermann dyck Harry might not a Hell Joanna Isabel Johnston Jenny kratz Josie cat lactose Catherine Williams Katie had field between the pillows in custody cousin Davidson. Lindsey Bash Nak has made Houlihan Murray Fraser. Meghan Roberts postal PF. Racial early rectal Rian rivers. Rubber Knowles Ruben Ruben Kappa Ruth Flurry Sarah Elliott Serapeum Simon James Victoria gravitated, and Stephenson. A thank you. That's a no time and also. Mean in central the name. Game. Wow. We've lost to Rachel's Sarah we have to Sarah's to Victoria's. We have accustomed S in with an e and them have cut st- in such a think. Nowhere, else we saw one mall. Know. Sit Between Sarah. Victoria What an interesting thing. So I hope that wasn't uncomfortable for anyone being left out. It's again. I mean maybe you thought that it was a maximum donation or maybe you don't remember setting it up like that ages ago. You know this doesn't necessarily mean that I don't think anyone was trying to cheat or anything like that. That's not my audience I know that that's not what's happening. It's a weird one. I'm so sorry if this felt uncomfortable. I just honestly I just don't know what to do. And I asked this podcast group on facebook what to do and immediately I was called. So I was like your disgrace to casting Okay. This pandemic has really made people angry. I deleted that. So I thought I'd ask you to your. Faces to your is and hear what you think I'm very excited. To hear from you. So.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Be informed empowered against ladies and gentlemen even entertained we got a whole lot to talk about this morning Bernie Sanders is riding with bite and as I predicted now I don't know what the Bernie Bros are going to do with this information but I predict it that Bernie Sanders would be riding with bite in in just a few weeks my question to a Bernie supporter all my program was what are you going to do one Bernie Sanders is riding with bite well not everyone who supported Bernie Sanders is supporting Joe Biden as a matter of fact Brianna joy gray who was Sanders national spokeswoman until the campaign suspended has become a Twitter sensation in recent days because of her searing attacks against Joe Biden now all on Monday just minutes I'm talking about minutes like one two three four five six seven minutes after Bernie Sanders hi Joe Biden held a joint press conference obviously it was all you know virtual but they did this joint press conference to talk about how they would work together to defeat trump I Bernie Sanders gave on his official endorsement to Joe Biden and according to the campaigns they were not aware that Bernie Sanders was going to come out and officially say I endorse Joe Biden but he came out he endorsed Joe Biden and it was it was not a heart filled endorsement I mean there was no excitement there was no exuberant OB I really believe somebody had a gun to Bernie Sanders it literally that's the way the guys out but he came out and endorsed Joe Biden minutes after that his national spokeswoman Sanders national spokeswoman when all Twitter after ripping Joe Biden four days went on Twitter I said with the utmost respect for Bernie Sanders who is an incredible human being and a genuine spirit I don't endorse Joe Biden I supported Bernie Sanders because he backed ideas like Medicare for all canceling all student debt and a wealth tax body supports none of these what best that's not factually accurate.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"Unconditional love if you thought acceptors and you feel at home and usually Magyar in did near nearby or is being of life. Humil- see Your Life Review Real relieve your life and sent and also what you socially assault you'll be kept forever will be connected. They're conscious of all the people in the past so being took some basing your little sister you know now you feel and know how sanctionable because you feel consciences now so you connect with everybody in the possible mostly are going to have a fish. Ford future events as well. Because you can't get your experience is beyond time and we old space so when you have a kind of tomatoes. You're going to have an old rifle. Who would have been seeing you? You have relented valley. You can talk for a while week. The experience only to Joseph. Four minutes shot is no time in space. You experience and that's what we call it. A NON LOCAL EXPENSE. Maloka means built time space Norwegian eating no end and in the studies. Well in the chapters in your book. He talked about quantum theory on you. Go of a how the brain works and what the ideas of consciousness. Aw Quantum theories getting closer to explaining some of this stuff now. I don't think it's explains stop. But it is an analogy to understand. People can experience in their consciousness. So you'll feel connected. Everybody also come back a few instantaneous on active with that there's no time no space and also present and that's Ukraine ban. This analogy is always connected and tangled. Engelman the old time build space so it's analogy an alternate explanation. Did you come up with any ideas? Just theories about why is some people will have any death experience and some do not have one yes. It's it's it's almost a question. Have we found eighteen percent of the Beige of Congress in Newport out prospective study before the need Busy Eighty two percents did know why that's Enough Teresa. We did Longitudinal. Study about the transformation. So physical transformation with people's new experience is no fear of death anymore. You inside the walls reporting there live and enhance their sensitivity amongst found in your perspective city is a Mexican Fogel. Ovation Survive Without Memories. That you translation is already patients Manhattan. So transformation is the objective aspect of the soup. Get CONVICTS BE. It'd be Kennel. Grew measure of all gentrify subjective experiences life experience but we objectify transformation so our conclusion eighteen percent really happened. You'd ethics eighty-two Crescenti. It was Bemberg remembering that. He did not experiencing any no question. Why and we know from what we don't before the venue are younger. They're Mark Johnson. Who have experienced by you. Haven't as a child you have. You'll have more chance evidence abuse women abuse that you get out of body because of us have more frequently than the as an adult so then the connection between cultures the body has been released easily. You will have peace in Credit Chris which takes C. Four five six seven minutes but most people at the age of our starting cheap. You need more time using everybody dies. You'll have an excuse but paps needed hours to our to our before. Meant out of the body so he could not important possession child connection three devoting and causes more.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"You see on TV like when the war room makes the truck this is why the the league can cut into Hey here's a war room and you see everybody clapping and high fiving and all that stuff they've already made the pick they've already told the guy who's going to be picked then you have to go through the remit rigmarole the guy writing the name down walking up to the commissioner the commissioner coming up so a lot of times these picture done four five six seven minutes beforehand so what they're going to have to really be careful of when they cut back to some of these are quite a ways if if they don't cut back to them making up heck maybe before telling the guy they've made the pact there's a lot to look at when it comes to that but it's going to be really weird to see the draft happen in the studio I see the draft go back to the remember back even when I was at Radio City Music Hall it was much smaller than it has been over the last couple years I hope for our sake Vegas gets the draft back next year I want to see the wild wild weekend of the NFL draft and I want to see it go down in Vegas I know we're supposed to be getting it here in Atlanta eventually pretty soon that would be fun but they'll be nothing like the exposed because of eggs have you seen some of the pictures of the strip right now that it's closed down goes down it looks like a scary movie I yeah I've been to Vegas five six times love it one of my favorite places to go for a nice for five day weekend seeing Vegas completely empty if I could even imagine if you're somebody that's working there right now or cleaning or whatever it may be that's got to be scary as hell a place the city that literally never sleeps.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Welcome to almost famous minute where we're discussing. The two thousand Cameron Crowe Film almost famous. One Minute at a time. I'm Eric Nash. From feels like Weezer. I'm we are so instinct. Yeah Yeah we are that way. That's a sign of good co hosts. Yup We've got vibes. I'm legal. I was already doing that. Great I'm Liz. What occur from maybe a podcast with this dummy way to do minute maybe two minute but you also did mean girls than I also did the MOG white minute. I'm George by the way so we have. We have a pedigree if you will of minute by minute movies under our belts. Can't you tell great to have you both on lives enjoyed? I've I've I've met both of these wonderful people in real life and we are wonder had so glad they're able to beyond for a couple of minutes here a minutes forty and forty one today. Were on minute forty and it's actually considered We were we twenty here Now we're on that since we're on our weekly schedule now but the minute forty years starts with Dick Handing out room keys to the band members and ends with Jeff Warning Russell About William and Rolling Stone magazine is. He's a little SH- YUP. That's almost as good as the Way Back in the First or second week of a minutes where it was the The punchline was exactly cut off for the fact versus fuck. Kevin Love the minute by minute by minute joke loose and actually one of the crazy things that were happening were starting with is the end of one way. Out By the allman brothers band jazz tied it. I Dunno like so doing a minute by minute. Based on a movie about music do you find your constantly Jumping around between like bits of songs from one segment to the next. Yeah Yeah I mean. That's yeah it's it's it's interesting how sometimes will sometimes last over Three four five six seven minutes. Sometimes maybe even I think there might be a couple of cases. Actually there's definitely one case where It's a deleted scene. That's a twelve minute long deleted. Seeing that has eight minute long song but I won't because a shortened version of innovative Davita. Right Yeah No. It's IT'S A. It's actually one that would have happened. about five minutes ago or so roughly Stairway know someone who has tried repeatedly and really could only get the opening bit to play that on the guitar as long as someone. Who's a music dummy? Ooh I know that's a long song. Did either of you to wrap up. Since you're coming in at the very end of this of the song by the Allman Brothers. Do you have any hot takes? And then we'd move on into the Hotel Room Hotel lobby. Hot takes about the ALLMAN brothers brothers or song itself not necessarily would like to travel with them right. The just just not in welcoming you. Don't think or buddy holly or anyone or big right. You know which balance just never get on a plane with musician. Yeah that's like. Oh wait tar sorry. Can I get another flight please? Just I heard. There's a gate over there. Offering five hundred dollars to fly standby. I'm going to do that with them to place. I'm not going yeah. I'm going to stand to heaven Thursday episode man. Speaking of the allman brothers is this I believe you're mentioning the pre warm up that There was a couple of bands at the this one band is based off of. I'll try. Yeah Yeah I mean. There's really really four main bands but an allman brothers. Certainly is one of them. I mean it's it's it's almost mostly I think One or the other or both of the of the brothers Duane or greg or both that I I think Definitely while I think it some Dwayne that I think really has the most input into into The Russell character. He's kind of a good mixture between Dwayne and Jimmy page. I think is it the billy credit character full disclosure. If you've ever seen this mood ever seen yes they'll never saw a nurse on forget. Liz is is that the same case for you. Let us never never seen a movie. I mean I've never seen any movies. I know I don't know movies but I have seen Patrick. Fugit in a movie and only and mutually recognized him by his voice because he looks like Moody Teen Movies like flower something or other saved. Oh yeah okay that was seen two thousand and four Mandy Moore Macaulay Culkin the girl ever Murray Gentleman Loan. I've just named I read it. Yeah she things of course. But I've never seen I've never seen saved so they're pretty sure Liz. I work well as CO hosts because all the movies I've seen she hasn't she hasn't except for maybe three star. Wars has account all the movies. I've seen I haven't no other movies you've seen I haven't okay very well. Let's let's move on into the Like I said the hotel lobby and it's actually we have the the. It's the king of the Road Motor Lodge in Tempe Arizona. Does anyone ever been to Tempe Arizona. That's one of those places I hear about like in movies but I have never been to Norwood CONC- needed to go to are we sharing three L. A. Might be like I don't know like like Djibouti Djibouti is a real place. And and Catman. Knock Katmandu Tim To that's a real place. And these all sound made up but I feel like tip O'Neill might be imaginary. Yeah I think it's made up for TV. It's like how phone numbers the find funding. Yeah it's like you just say you're in Tempe Arizona. Maybe that's the extension for Tempe. Everybody in movies. Who gives the wrong number out is from Tempe Arizona? Okay I think we cracked it if not. I think. We're writing a new movie. That I want the last temptation. Tation of Christ now now they actually actually filmed this though in in La that's L. A. Or there's just like an establishing shot in. Tempe. No no no. I'm talking about in the hotel lobby. The Okay Gotcha. That looks like he's on it. If it exists. Oh yeah you tip you listeners? Shoutout say something. We're real the hotel that they shot the centers called the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and also CNN. Charlie's angels full throttle. That's another movie. Liz Obscene No. Are you excited for the new? Charlie's angels now who is in that affiliate should be like I was. I was when I first heard about it. Kristen Stewart how see actually? I actually like her as an actress. I think she's pretty good and measures really good in the runaways. Like real good. Maybe I'll watch it when it's on. Hbo They can fight me on that off. I you know I did that. I suggest that I was. I don't know marriage. You WanNa Find. Somebody is suggesting. Watch it when IT COMES ON H. B. O. Of fighting words if the mood now I just painted my nails now. Chipper nail or a lot of work. Is that what you do? When your nails you dig your nails at thing? I guess so then. The next thing we have happening is is Dick. The manager played by not Taylor Hound. Us guys familiar with him. Being being in the next camera curl movie sky either. Seen that I'M GONNA stay. Stay brand here and goes no I said he the guy from the defunct show everyone likes. That's the modern fan. I don't know I thought he was not the manager of the Hotel Rhody Manager title. Yeah have later. They have? The Jimmy Fallon manager comes in the Jimmy Fallon in this letter job. Yeah he's in this movie. I saw his movie about baseball. Which one is a fever pitch? No the movie Jimmy Fallon was in about being a baseball fan. Not a player. The Oh no. I'm thinking summer catch totally different things for movie toy different. Jv balanced not at all. We're the worst movie podcasters ever. Thanks for having me. You're welcome Eric. Sorry sorry about your show. There's nothing wrong with this at all. I'm laughing so that's a good sign. Please countess good. Yeah and he's given out the keys this Not Know Taylor the plane Dick He. He's he's supposedly like an older friend of the The card up character and He he he goose or actually. Maybe it's more the editing. What have you goofs? And he gives out the you don't see him giving out the key and that number forty two if you noticed when when it says don't take drugs. Noha Note William has the key in his hand. The key tag used. You can see that the key tag forty two forty two and Then we see him handing William later in his minute the continuity is movie is bullshit. There's really I really big mistake. I've found there's a real strange cut in like at second robot at catching these things but at the second Second between seven and eight rural rural strange cut from movie expert. Me 'cause like Pacman just disappears. Yeah she became a vampire. She stepped in front of a Mirror. Seizes like their foot? We'll have some more of that with her and other groupies or bandaids the next minute. You guys are on here. Forty-one here there's definitely more of that kind of stuff coming on come up to think Kitty. Pryde just grin below the floor and grabbed her through a hole in the wall. And I've seen those movies. Yeah I recognize people from things on. Tv There are people here that are from things that I know you know. Oh well then the one other thing no Taylor. I really love him doing lately. Recently as is from the TV show preacher. He's been playing Hitler. Who's been playing? Hanley Adolf Hitler the guy that Tan hat the road manager catacomb goatee and big sideburns. It's really funny is bill. This movie looks a lot like my brother has in the past With the kind of the long hair and the questionable facial hair choices and yeah. He's gotten older now. He does not like that anymore but He has likely for that back in the day so it was kind of funny because he looks a lot like my brother in the shots like pack went back she just down the background not in the foreground. She just vanished. You know and reappeared. She turned into like mirror. Vampire can't see boom Bam while she was really wishy different. I never finished her blood. Did she ever get turned into a vampire? Spoilers for true blood I cannot answer that for you. Oh who am I asked if she was in it but yeah I know she was in. Her name was Sukey Stackhouse. It was yeah. Just want 'em out. Sounds like a steak sauce thus thus end if my knowledge steak sauce.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Well it they're gonna have to this team's gonna gonna do what it wants to do and it's not a it's not a question of of augmenting look on the court I mean when he's on the court they're going to be a good offense attain this delay around it even when teams do get try to get physical with them and and try to take him out of the game other guys are going to be able to to to to have have success while he's being getting so much defensive attention of the question is when he sets out for is twelve fourteen eighteen twenty minutes gang whatever it might be on a given night can somebody step in there and make the offense viable of for for for you know three four five six seven minutes of the time sept gory got yeah I mean he was an absolute microwave last night at that time you know and and yet yeah I agree and and but you know what they they have three or four guys that can do that on any given night it's just a matter whether you know if you can find the guy that shot on on that night in it I don't need to be honest with you I don't think it's going to be the same guy ever not I just don't think these guys are consistent enough to be you know a guy that you say okay go in at the seven minute mark of of of of of the the four minute mark of the of the first quarter and you're gonna be in there for ten minutes and you know give us twelve fifteen point I just don't know if they have the the guy was going to do that be able to do that every night but somebody good might be a different player every night Hey we appreciate it man thanks again for joining the short notice especially after stepping off the plane this afternoon sound like if I had a great time down there in Mexico and.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts
"Welcome to one of Kathy fries. Mother wise podcasts. Kathy is a best selling Tennessee author and award winning International Maternity consultant during her time as a midwife left. She's got hundreds of babies so you're in good hands enjoy. Hi everybody. It's Kitty for here from otherwise. And what I want to explain to you today. In this we've been our podcast is basically a little overview of understanding they. I am four stages of Chop is in the three phases off labor. So you often hear midwives. Talk about Labor and birth to supra pats The Labor is the civics is dilating. That's when the bottom of the worm is opening coming up. And then once the woman is fully Donna -tated And birth canal is basically formed. Thin she begins the booth so so the pushing face said that's why it's cold labor and booth and but the is really four stages To be more precise and it is the first stage is light back so that the shortening and opening of the civics and the second stage is birth pushing bays and in the third stage is the after booth which is the center and the fourth stage is well a device. Amazing Magical vibe that is going on in that first hour or two after baby is born. I'm sorry amazing. Incredible Moment within the atmosphere of the rain if you can imagine yeah it's like a bubble and a few the bubble it's gone So isn't there is a time that needs to be very capriciously in looked-after so it is not too much take Stinger finding and noise and commotion in often when a baby's born issuance. I ate it style the world But I would recommend the just hold off a little bit just give. He's south the first couple of hours to really enjoy the moment. Perceive Stoke the Placenta to come Sto PEPs impure. Neil Suturing. I'm we we still need to get the baby latched on and the baby needs to be weighed in Costa facing. Everybody always asks us. Oh what is the way. We don't know the babies having skin-to-skin now mother Born so give yourself a couple of asked health wise people that you really want Tau but feel that you could hold off on telling the whole we'll as well You don't have to get a NANCE straightaway. The Labor is such as the opening beginning in the civics that has three phases to it. Is the latest phase the active as in the advanced active or transitional phase. Now the latest phase can go on. Who knows how long for typically a couple of overnights nights would be absolutely normal so The first overnight over latent labour might be something like Sham every eight minutes. Something like that. It's done ovid strong It's just starting to soften arrive in SUV. Exciting to too short a little bit and in some types of women Libraries of DOC tyndall activity. That's been your mind go higher nights. So is the The morning as the sun comes up the contractions go down and status Sleeping like a cat all day snoozing away I want you not having transients and they say night. You're rock on into some more latent late contraction sex absolutely no more says it should be and often on that second night right It is added to save the still not if still not step is to destroy active Labour which is defined as having three to four contractions every eighteen minutes Vermont long that you can't talk through you're not doing that yet. you might be having city. Forty fifty second contractions attractions that attacking the breath away. A little bit. You have to sort of focus in with the online is they might be every four five six seven minutes But once you have had one or two hours or three to four contractions every ten minutes or will ever minute long. You can't talk three once you've done that They generally step aside to activate by the state you usually around so that route four centimeters also at at the beginning and then the advanced active stage of the Labor is last seen tomato. Two dollars. Tation when you got into what we call the transitional time which is a really for Roche's time of contractions and just rolling on top of each other ninety seconds law full contractions attractions every minute every ten minutes or so. Maybe even five conjunctions piling on top of you In that really really tough time really draft halftime of Labor about this. We get through that. It doesn't last very it's just a short period of Of Time you're going to be starting to feel awesome pressure in your rectum as the baby's coming down. You'RE GONNA start to want to push wants your fully dilated. And you're actually pushing and you're into that second stage Basing stage the contractions felt completely different and I felt really good in eight. You want to be doing it. You know it's an irresistible. Two boys aged Bush so ended. Of course we have the baby and then you give bids to the center and then you've got that vibe for the fist. Our our two after a baby is born so that is just a little overview. And we're going to be doing much deep dive into those four stages of chocolate in three days of labor in might essential basics. Try and that's when we do them. Otherwise masterclasses classes ended up. Just sorry about the noise if you can heal I made a house savings in construction at the moment. I'm yes so that we're GONNA be doing deep dive into amd into a lot more understanding of those in ways as to manage pain through that period end. Include the link on here. If you want to join my mother wise masterclasses we got into lots more data otherwise I wish you all wonderful ways to be weak and we will talk to you later..
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Mornings five to ten maybe it's just what we need right now is truly uplifting film like the peanut butter falcon but how do you make a movie with a star with down syndrome well ask a first time filmmakers Tuesday morning at seven thirty five here on six thirty K. how live from the mile high city and throughout Colorado it is is the Catholic on this glorious afternoon across the rocky mountain west I'm Dan cap was so glad you're here so glad I'm here after being out a week and a half now we were back in the holy land as a family Joe's been studying in Israel over the summer and it was a mind blowing trip when we have more time I want to talk about a little bit encourage you to make that trip I want to start the show by going to the V. I. P. line in welcoming the superb sheriff of wealth county Steve brings back to the Dan Catholic show want to get the surest take on these to mass murders over the weekend Ted two more Howard's wiping out large numbers of lives and affecting families in the hundreds and thousands when we get into extended families over the course of the weekend and to a certain extent you know terrifying America so want to get the shares take on what the proper response should be careful come back to the Dan caplet show damn thing for me on again what's your take on this and and the el Paso mass murder at the eighteen mass murder I I it's obvious at this point how the left is trying to take political advantage of this which I think is ironic in several ways but what's your reaction to both of those shootings and what action do you think should be taken in response well they're obviously tragic I think one now when I look at this as a law enforcement officer I think gosh you know what could've been done from law enforcement a look at the response and in both Dayton in el Paso and even if you go back to the incident in Gilroy after law enforcement was there and as fast amount of time is what you could what you can expect that leads to the next question of well what else could have been done and there's always the question of well could we have prevented this year from having a gun could we have known that this person was going to go out and perpetrate this kind of violence and typically the answer is no you know these are people that kind of make a decision there they commit to it and no one around and seems to know it's coming so the answer then is okay well what do citizens do how do we protect ourselves and the other thing that keeps lining up with all of these and I know it becomes kind of rhetorical but it's gun free zones shopping center you have a outdoor festival you have a bar scene in the downtown area and so in other they're soft targets are easy targets and frankly these the shooters are these killers or they're cowards they're going where they find the the opportunity to and cannot be engaged by someone trying to stop their actions and they have an opportunity to a lot of people in a short amount of time it's also chair Steve rooms are cast to appoint you touched on law enforcement response time my view of it knowing what I know which is less than you is that you take the best department in the world and and under normal circumstances you're probably looking at at least a five to six minute response time which is what we got down and Paso Dayton was just phenomenal and fantastic in part due to the circumstances that you reference sheriff it's one in the morning in a crowded entertainment district in fact to your point the reporting is that this coward was trying to get into a certain bar there and and so it appears that his ammo was to get into the bar hello Orlando get everybody trapped in that small state space and massacre on but was not allowed in the bar and started shooting outside so that response time was what maybe thirty seconds or so because you had officers out there is they would be in lodo wanna early Sunday morning yeah the the situation around high shows that when you have armed security when you have law enforcement presence it it's not going to stop the amount of killing the care it's not going to stop all the killing that can occur but it you know it may substantially reduce it we know that if that person had gotten into the bar the tragedy there would have been it would have been much higher and any any amount of data through this kind of power currently active is terrible but if he had made in that bar there would be no where for those people to go and I would've been much like what we've seen in in other places around the country in terms of what the response should be sure if I'm I'm looking right now to headline that went up this afternoon in the Denver post the electronic version and to me it's just so blatantly dishonest the headline is trump backs red flag laws like that in Colorado vigorously opposed by G. O. P. what they I I went and checked the president's comments he didn't reference Colorado's red flag law Colorado's red flag flies you know better than anybody is uniquely awful in that most red flag laws only allow law enforcement to seek the order Colorado's opens it up to this broad range of people I mean what could possibly go wrong what's your what's your reaction to those who say okay the shootings prove we need Flack lost well I mean I think everybody was I shouldn't say everybody there's a large portion of society the here's the term red flag lost and they think that's the fix to active shooter because that's the way it's been portrayed through certain media outlets so then when you say I'm in opposition of a red flag law they think well you must be for mass killings the problem is no one really goes in and read for these red flag loss say nor do they compare state by state and you know while I think the president was trying to find some kind of neutral ground and look for some kind of approach to stopping mass shootings the fact that the term red flags log dot mentioned the media only allowed for the media or certain media outlets to pick this up and say well see look we've got the solution and Colorado and we have people who don't wanna don't want to use it the problem is again if you read the bill all her read the law the devil's in the details and all the red flag laws in the world are going to stop violence if if we don't have people that report those incidents and you know get ahead of that you start to have those warning signs and red flag laws have been proven to be have a proven to be successful in places where they are and act as an unfortunately Colorado's version because maybe you know want one individual I could definitely support the right kind of red flag law but Colorado's they think is so we'll use of of so many different constitutional rights but I know we've talked about all that before so I guess my big concern is I think the way this Colorado bill as drafted makes it more likely we will see a mass shooting a mass killing shooting as a result of the red flag law and and that horrific fatal irony I'm afraid is is is just enormous possibility in Colorado yeah I would tend to agree with you and I think that standoff may come one law enforcement goes and tries to disarm someone without them knowing that there's any kind of court process has occurred you know we were setting ourselves up for that violent encounter instead of trying to use the laws that we have on the books and deal with something that could be in the planning from one of these crazed lunatics and sure of my last question and grateful for your time today sure Steve dreams have use their gas and that is as a law enforcement professional what advice would you give to folks as to what to do if they find themselves in one of these scenarios which are all too common now the first thing is don't be unprepared you know we are still society that allows for you to arm yourself we are still side allow for you to protect yourself by fighting back and you need to learn how to use a firearm you need to be willing to possess a firearm and and fight back but you know the whole idea of the run hide fi those things those things come into play don't go into an enclosed confined space and let the shooter close distance on here it's all about knowing your environment and using your environment to your to your advantage and being able to fight back I mean that's what we saw in Ohio along for sponsors he took cover and one that when the shooter came around the corner he neutralized the shooter and that's what we're all capable of doing doing given the opportunity that we can fight back in armor cells and and and return with the same amount of force that's being used against us well said Sir Hey keep up the great work and look forward to the next conversation thank you Sir thank you that is a sure Steve dreams up in weld county and his last point I think is a great springboard into this conversation today would love to hear from you eight five five four zero five eight two five five the number that's eight five five four zero five eight two five five the number if you want to text me five seven seven three nine started D. A. and because this is I've been thinking about the show in this conversation that we're about to have it it is the one thing that keeps coming back to me over and over and over again is wait a second you know it there's a lot to be discussed here at that Brian and I we have a list maybe forty different you know aspects of this that we want to kick around with you but to me it is this conversation is all bend backwards what we need to be starting with is what do you do what do we do as a society to protect ourselves protect our children protect our families right now yeah it and of course we pursue all all of the above if they make sense and don't infringe on constitutional rights but first and foremost I ate and that's with with just his desire in eagle up Google up all of this right now and you'll see very little if any conversation about what should be first on the list which is how do you protect yourself if it happens to date and and I think one reason that isn't the focus is again we come back to the fact most of the media is dominated by the left the left has its political agenda and at this point most of the media is just the P. R. arm of of the Democratic Party in so would be counter to their agenda to be discussing with folks this critical truth is very inconvenient truth for left for a critical truth which is that when a second folks this is the new normal this is the new reality doesn't mean that we have to accept it for ever any civilized society will do anything it can to minimize it but it is the new reality it is not going away anytime soon and so that reality has to be dealt with we have to adjust our thinking and we have to be prepared to meet that because you want to know what's at the top of my list in terms of preventing the next power from doing this is is to make it clear to those cowards out there you're gonna be shot down like a dog and you're gonna be shot down fast and you cannot control where those bullets are gonna hit you how painful it's going to be for you how slow or fast you're gonna die you may get it in the growing you may get hit in the eye you know you look at James Holmes you know king of the cowards out in the world James Holmes who gunned down all these innocent people including women and children and then one eighty two as soon as the first swat officers on the scene and that's what response was very good first on the scene he lays down his weapons James Holmes was not going to risk being hurt not going to risk being hurt so you want to start minimizing these hopefully someday eliminate him and make it clear they are going to get gunned down because what they're factoring in now is all I've got all this time this and that because of you know again the FEC law enforcement can't be everywhere thank god you know in Dayton they just happened to be there and responded marvelously but that guy in Dayton was trying to get into a bar he was trying to get into a bar where he would have had everybody in a kill zone everybody in a box and he'd be in a much better position to have to narrow the opportunity for law enforcement to get at him and so thank god he didn't get into that bar but that's the starting point just like we've been talking about all along and on schools we know the next shooters are planning those attacks as we speak and the only question is whether we're gonna just you know sacrifice kids give them up to the shooters four five six seven minutes to kill as many as they want to because the only way to prevent the act is to have good guys could gals in those schools with the gun that's the only way that's the reality but the shootings are the new reality and and we've got a face that first and then you know do everything we can to to minimize six eight five five four zero five eight two five five the.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million
"The. Hey there I'm Eric Olsen. And I'm Kevin days. Join us on our journey to building one hundred million dollars company. Hey, everybody. It's eric. When we first started this flash briefing and podcast the immediate feedback that we got backless. Hey, this is really cool. We like what you're doing. But the episodes are too long. We are distributing this primarily as an Amazon flash briefing. We also distribute it as a podcast, but primarily we are recording and distributing as a flash briefing. A flash briefing can be up to ten minutes long. So when I realized that I thought that I could talk well to ten minutes long, and technically I can the first several episodes that created were four five six seven minutes long, and that initial feedback that I got from listeners was it's too long the more that I've been in the Amazon ecosystem and learned about flash briefings, I found that the average is usually around two to three to four min. Knits sometimes some people try to keep it at a minute. But I don't subscribe to that. Because I think it's just to sort of timeframe to actually get anything of value out of your lips. So I need a little more time to set up my stories to tell you why time on these things. So we got really good feedback and the very beginning. And now we are keeping these at four minutes or under. I have a timer when I record these and it's counting every single second. And literally when it gets to about three minutes I start to wrap it up. Fantastic feedback. What I want from you when I'm asking for is more feedback like that. What are some of the things that you think that we should change? What are some of the topics that you think that we should cover? What are some of the burning questions about starting and running a company that you have the you want someone to answer? Please contact us Email me at Eric at this is a Ray dot com. I really want your feedback. And I really wanna know that all these people that are listening actually could take some action to tell me what they want. So tell me what you're looking for out of this podcast. And this flash briefing, tell me what should change and guess what it may actually happen. So reach out again, it's Eric at this is a Ray dot com. Thank you for listening. I hope you heard something you can implement in your business right away. Finance online at journey to one hundred million dot com.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million
"The. Hey there I'm Eric Olsen. And I'm Kevin days. Join us on our journey to building one hundred million dollars company. Hey, everybody. It's eric. When we first started this flash briefing and podcast the immediate feedback that we got backless. Hey, this is really cool. We like what you're doing. But the episodes are too long. We are distributing this primarily as an Amazon flash briefing. We also distribute it as a podcast, but primarily we are recording and distributing as a flash briefing. A flash briefing can be up to ten minutes long. So when I realized that I thought that I could talk well to ten minutes long, and technically I can the first several episodes that I created were four five six seven minutes long, and that initial feedback that I got from listeners was it's too long the more that I've been in the Amazon ecosystem and learned about flash briefings, I found that the average is usually around two to three to four min. Hits. Sometimes some people try to keep it at a minute. But I don't subscribe to that. Because I think it's just to sort of timeframe to actually get anything of value out of your lips. So I need a little more time to set up my stories to tell you why time on these things. So we got really good feedback and the very beginning. And now we are keeping these at four minutes or under. I have a timer when I record these and it's counting every single second. And literally when it gets to about three minutes I start to wrap it up. Fantastic feedback. What I want from you when I'm asking for is more feedback like that. What are some of the things that you think that we should change? What are some of the topics that you think that we should cover? What are some of the burning questions about starting and running a company that you have the you want someone to answer? Please contact us Email me at Eric at this is a Ray dot com. I really want your feedback. And I really wanna know that all these people that are listening actually could take some action to tell me what they want. So tell me what you're looking for out of this podcast. And this flash briefing, tell me what should change and guess what it may actually happen. So reach out again is Eric at this is a Ray dot com. Thank you for listening. I hope you heard something you can implement in your business right away. Finest online at journey to one hundred million dot com.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on Download This Show
"I've heard increasingly people say they Aren look at stories that aren't even look at the fate anymore. And so it is interesting to see where their priorities lie. And I guess I just feel for the moment that is not a priority, and maybe it will become one. And that's where media commitment to the product starts to get a bit. Missy I don't think there's any problem with media groups investing in learning how do vertical video, well, it certainly seems obvious that smartphones are not going anywhere vertical. Video works best on smartphones. And it would be good idea to learn how to tell stories that way. But when it comes to building products, specifically TV wouldn't be wouldn't be pivoting to vertical video all the way. Just RG TV given that Instagram has not showing an overwhelming commitment to what do we want from video. I mean, I think that's what the question is. Every generation seems want something a little bit different. I want narrative, and I wouldn't watch astray or anything like that. It's just no way drama or not political narrative. I want someone to tell me. Do I do? I want all of that. But what do you watch? What do you watch video comes up new strain? That's a really great question. I as we're talking about I'm actually thinking about my behavior on specifically Xishan media. And I probably do that thing when you were talking about way, I will Weist and astonishing amount of time watching Instagram stories clicking through and I think it's fast, which sort of a recurring idea. That's come up on the services that FOSS twitches. It's constantly changing. It doesn't it doesn't hang around very very long. And it's just as easy. It's also just as you to skip pass it won't long-form. Well, I personally I am split on this. I want to believe. Because I. Are longer than thirty seconds. And I want to believe the people want to consume that and the evidence provided does not support that belief. I think certainly enough in mind behavior, I does on different platform, though, that's very works on YouTube. What are we can't as long form these anything about three minutes? Yeah. So podcasts getting shorter. We need a fifty two. Yeah. I mean that that that. I mean, that's that's I think video is getting off getting longer. Let's just popped up one second. Yeah. I mean, what is long form on social media in that sense? It's partly would they sort of things I think and feel free to correct me. If you think I'm wrong here. But I think behavior is led by content. So if people stopped getting a high quality stuff that's easy to wash that runs for three four five six seven minutes. And I and I build if that content builds up to the point of people do want to watch it, then you suddenly stop say behavior changing because its content. I wanna watch it runs longer. They will end it's easy to watch it for longer, but people who've gone with his social media field of dreams if you build it they'll come before. And it hasn't gone. Well, so why would why do you think that behavioral change around that? When traditionally it's behavior that dictates offer. I think the behavior does support it. I think it does. Hold until somebody. Facebook this summer when you said you wanted to ATV all I could think was back in twenty-six when we were sitting pride about here talking about Snapchat being Rio Olympics broadcast, and that blew my mind, and I'm pleased to say that that the no way until change anything at all see Olympic stuff night sense to me the right because you want to watch highlights. It's like, that's what it stuff highlights. Clint's? I feel like these ATMs getting bit blow to list and three functions is too many many in really. Steel. The problem with Facebook fade, then it became this NVIDIA and all this other stuff and Instagram sort of feels like it went from a single function to then stories and now and now this. Yeah. And it's interesting because obviously for Facebook Instagram is great hope because plateauing use numbers on Facebook. It has a bad rap Instagram. Although it's part of the Facebook family has a better reputation..
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"He said if we had to do it over again, we wouldn't have played so many of his rallies in the beginning of the campaign, but when asked to justify that there was a little hemming in hiring of if it was a news judgment or a ratings judgment. But he kept coming back over and. Over again to its you never know what he's going to say. But you never know what he's going to say the definition of news is what's new you never know what he's going to say. And I wonder if the networks have begun to realize that that is a bug not a feature they have. I mean, it was you know, it was an adrenalin high or sugar high that was repeatedly reached on the campaign trail, and you didn't want to be the network that didn't carry something. And then something outrageous happened and all the eyeballs were on the other networks, and so it was really a question of playing prevent defense. There's some crazy like seven way prisoner's dilemma that would no doubt explain this. But you know, they're basically saying I don't wanna lose this to the other networks, and it explains why football and certain kinds of reality contests are among the very most popular shows on TV because they're the very few kinds of programming where you can't you don't know what the outcome is going to be. I don't know why I don't think that NPR or the cable news networks airing. It is that surprising or big a deal. Using this for you. This is really just about broadcast news. Yeah. It's it's it's an exception. A major exception to what they do. And it's an exception that signals something and confers upon the speaker more legitimacy than just what the, you know, news outlets that are a twenty four hour or in the case of MPR. You know, serious news outlets are all about it's something special. And I don't I'm not against it. Like, I said many times it's not about giving him an honor of doing it. It's about you know, the guardianship of truthfulness that you are. I think that they are relying on other rebuttal by speaker Pelosi and Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer. They're relying on the brevity of the speech and their ability to Wayne pretty promptly, and that is you know, if the speech is only eight minutes long and Pelosi's talk and only for two minutes with Schumer, then you know, it's only gonna be four five six seven minutes since whatever claim it is their rebutting and that they'll they'll probably surround that with a decent. Amount. But you're right cable in its own inimitable way, an NPR in in, you know, its own thoughtful way are going to be providing some discursive analysis of what happened and the broadcast networks are going to have to decide how much time they're willing to devote to that to debunking it because you could probably spend more time to bunking than the actual time. The president's gonna spend on making whatever claims he makes and he may he may win and just and everything and make fairly careful claims. You know, that don't inflame the the fact checkers, but I can't imagine that's going to be the case. Yeah. It it doesn't seem hard to make a very strong case as he and his supporters see it without lying with abandon that case has been made by many congressional and senatorial Republicans in many commentators actually, make the case for the wall without resorting to gigantic lies such as terrorists coming over the southern border. It's possible. I mean. A policy argument that's playing out as though it's a crisis. So last thing I want to ask you is in an interview in the New Yorker, Brian Stelter, who roughly does what you do for CNN. Although he doesn't have that Plum hosting gig of on point on Fridays. Brian Stelter said he was not Stelter Sundays. We call rather than full, right? Is it's not as good. Stelter said he wasn't surprised that the networks made this decision. In fact, he was surprised that they took a few hours to do the hand wringing were you surprised by the ultimate decision? No, it was pretty predictable..
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on Remade in America with Bassem Youssef
"I know you'll have been doing and talking to someone really interesting for a long time and getting into depth on things and the response to the podcast has been great we have a lot to say the exact numbers but it's a lot of people who who listen every week some people claim they listen more than once people find educational people are learning something about the criminal justice system i think people are very curious to understand based on the question the questions you just asked me you know how does the system work has impeachment work how does the justice system work how's it supposed to work is it working at all at the moment and these are all things that people are more curious about now than ever have been before so what began as something that we thought we do for a while something i think hopefully we'll be a permanent feature of what i do no matter what else i do i really enjoy the idea that going something comes up that's interesting and that's in the world whether it's a separations of the border the supreme court nomination that there's some very very smart and thoughtful person that i can sit down with and and talk about it and get to learn myself that when i talked to guests a lot it's not just for the audience it's also for me and i think the best shows that we put on i'm sure this is true for you also are the ones where i'm learning as the person's telling me things too i don't know the answer in my job as the sanco's lawyer should never ask a question court that he or she doesn't know the answer to this is a little bit the opposite of that i like asking questions i don't know the answer to because i learned something and then you can ask a follow up question on television and television also and i mean don't disrespect to the folks who do a job of bring us the news on tv but there's not a lot of thoughtfulness you can get across in four five six seven minutes no no follow up and i like i like answering the questions i get from from listeners also so i learned a lot hopefully people are getting something out of it and it's something a little different i tried to get pre to me his favorite guest but he's too smart to answer that question lawyers on my right but i did get him to answer who his dream podcast guests are who our loved to have someone asked me this once in a print interviews among them would be princeton and malala saas i i would pick milania from what the hell is what would you ask what would you the head is happening in your house guys what is like what is want the fifth you think i think she's already bleeding the fifth into the maybe she's remade in america certainly i think she's recruited in america so what's in store next for pre so i'm finishing writing this book i'm writing a book on justice how it's accomplished how it stymied why the beard is still here because i'm not done my editor is emailing me every day where's the draft of the book and then after the book and i'm going to say we're taking this year to do these new things i did not have a great appetite to go to a law firm and in represent the kinds of people that i used to prosecute great the people do it and you can make a lot of money doing it you know there's a lot of money being left on the table but that's not really my cup of tea at the moment and would you if you're offered to prosecute again would you do it depends on what the opportunity is in what's going on in my life i spent seventeen and a half years in public service as a prosecutor as staffer on the hill and i you know i would have done it long i.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Enjoy the life around him and he might get a little weird it's fine and then especially at the end where you need the jim ross that talked about how you know someone was at jazz abell or fins mcmahon is satan in the corporate ministry street he's trying to string up off and on the symbol is what they needed for that bullet club angle not this is too long we gotta go why are they still talking why are they still here i want to be in bed you don't need ornery jim you need that bombastic full of piss and vinegar jim to kind of set the stage for the people who have like you said earlier with finn beller versus prince david not everyone understands the tragedy that's occurring when new japan's shows you bullet club breaking up or fracturing and we need jim ross to sit that and if he isn't willing to set it do we need in ross i agree i mean i think you don't wanna make when you watch any sports broadcast you don't want it to sound like the broadcasters are inconvenienced by the assignment that they've been given to call show and if it's four and a half hour show you need to know to four and a half hour show and if you're willing to do it do it if you're upset about how long it's gonna go in jim knows it's going to go to the bottom of the hour live on tv if he doesn't then shame on someone for not telling him that so he kind of knew it was going along time or prepared video packages so they can go off at the right time and still fill the final three four five six seven minutes whatever it is yeah i remember watching a baseball game once and it was i think just last year and went to maybe it was earlier this year it went to extra innings like long extra innings and it was a nationally oh it was in puerto rico as minnesota twins my twins are playing puerto rico earlier this year and i don't know what to fourteen innings and one announcer just clearly just wanted to get back to the hotel to sleep and he's like this game will never end how do we solve this this is this is in the other announcers like this is this is incredible we're watching this this this is what members are made of and you know the fans who are sticking around are seeing a memory and these kids are that they're gonna remember forever and this is pitching duel like but he had one announcer just didn't want to be there and it was just like come on like your job is to be honest sometimes your job to serve the listeners and the viewers and sometimes we get a little too too much honesty from jim about what's going on in his head and i think that comes across sometimes with the new japan product along with their people who love new japan and this is a standard that's tough that's tough for anyone to meet our passionate about it they love it it is kind of the new ec w in this way it new japan represents something that is a rebe what's your private good analogy for me but the opposite of the things that w wb does it does it presents the product on a sports like way in a way that just contrast sharply with a wwe and their approach including what i talked about on yesterday show the weed killer poche oh following smackdown where everything was about amusement but not about which was fine it was amusing and entertaining but they didn't get me amped up for what was at stake on sunday that was not their priority that certainly wasn't the final note they hit the final note they hit was isn't it amusing daniel bryan dot pyro to blast off and let's look at cain react that's not making me care about titles in the world title match and grudges so nutrient fans kinda like cw fans were into it because it was such a contrast to the milk toast wcw and w f approach in the years leading up to it they want an announcer who feels what they feel about that product and has a passion and you get the sense that they are watching everything that you watch twice because they love it so much.
"four five six seven minutes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"For four five six seven minutes sometimes but to your point i think the scores they they'd give it up fourteen points in the first four zero eight and when they returned from the commercial to be three free throws coming for unbc so theoretical dog giving up seventeen points and four minutes made seconds twenty one points in the first twenty minutes gutters crazy and now they'll be planned from behind so it'll be interesting to see how far they bring out the defense to start pressing nbc and will the quickness of unbc be able to exploit virginia a little bit more when they get them set out in the open floor yeah it's gonna be interesting and i'll tell you what at the game goes tempo i think you have to give you a much greater chance based on what we're at right now in terms of the pace florida state's tied missouri seven seven fifteen to go in the first half we keep an eye on that one again tcu leading syracuse twenty eight twenty seven twenty five twenty clumps in leading new mexico state who just now the triple to get back within five or six forty four to go in the first half some other games from earlier today that we did not talk about michigan state very deceiving score but then i really thought bucknell was the right side and i played bucknell got plus fourteen fourteen and a half whatever it was the end up covering that game eighty two to seventy eight the final they were down seventeen with about three fifty five to go in the game on a slam dunk by bridges whose outstanding but michigan state let them get some three pointers off they got some momentum and you know they traded they were getting three pointers and giving up a couple of free throws here and there in michigan state struggle from the line a little bit down the stretch michigan state really never in danger of losing the game but the crowd went crazy here in a game that was already over as far as the decision or because at that point spread in the.