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SpaceX Capsule, NASA Crew Make 1st Splashdown In 45 Years, Crew Heads Home To Houston
"Mission accomplished NASA and spacex completing historic feat this afternoon when to use astronauts in the SPACEX dragon capsule splashed onto the Gulf of Mexico here's ABC's Gio Benitez. Tonight that historic splashdown. SPLASHDOWN Dragging Endeavour has returned home astronauts Bob in Doug, Hurley inside the spacex Dragon Endeavor for this nineteen, our journey to Earth orbiting the planet at a mind blowing seventeen thousand miles per hour before entering the atmosphere at two, thirty, six, pm eastern the extreme heat cutting off all communications between the dragon and earth for four tenths minutes hoping and praying. That everything is going well, look we just made history. The United States of America once again has a human spaceflight program at two forty, the astronauts signal there. Okay. I F four minutes later, those chutes deploy dragon ultimately slowing down to just fifteen miles per hour splashing down in the Gulf of Mexico welcome back to planet Earth and thanks for flying space x the Dragon Avoiding Tropical Storm Isa else in the Atlantic Astronaut Doug Hurley with the first words from inside the Dragon Shirley are honored purpose a recovery boat loading up the dragon the heat shield underneath that chart by that re entry thirty, five, hundred degrees Fahrenheit locals racing in their own. Boats to get view maybe next time, we shouldn't announce our landing zone, the recovery team wearing masks and has met suits, Bob, and doug emerging on stretchers feeling gravity for the first time in sixty four days. The first American splashdown in forty five years since the. Apollo an incredible day for SPACEX and NASA Gio Benitez joins us now live from the Johnson Space Center in Houston and Geo. Tonight the big question how are the Space Dad's as they call them, Bob and Doug doing. Well Tom I, were told they are doing very well in fact, they're already on their way back home to Houston
Fresh update on "four minute" discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore
"Biblical story nurses processing this morning in Southern California members of the L. A school board praising the district's plan for online learning Ventura County going after those private parties those stories plus traffic of intimidates on the five in just four minutes after see because covers the world. It's seven o'clock cleanup underway after a massive explosions in Beirut was raining glass all over the city of Babe Ruth. Tropical storm leaves a path of destruction, killing at least six people. It doesn't look real. Midwest. Now the center of the Kuroda virus numbers continue to grow Good morning on that Piper with the CBS World News Roundup. Locals in Beirut waited all night for news of loved ones who had gone missing after explosions rocked Lebanon's capital Tuesday. More than 4000 people were hurt. At least 100 killed. Witness hottie Nasrallah heard a very loud explosion. The glass shattered all over the car. The car's around us the buildings. All the glass just went down. Correspondent Charlie Dagga has more of the story. The massive.
"So we did they ll the videos out yet a hope maybe by the end of the week I've been. Kind of lazy this last week. there's other things going on but. We did the prototype chair. And I was in a hot debate with myself on whether or not to add the embellishments to that chair or leave it as it is because it's I thought it looked kind of cool as it is, but I also wanted to do these other things to it. And I made the decision to leave it as is. So that video is complete, just got to shoot the ending in. Put that out and then I had started but not gotten very far on version number two I have this beautiful walnut slab and I'm not really in slab furniture. So I'm going to cut it up into pieces and I can resell it, and I can get the the legs in the seat out of it and I kind of home the design a little bit more so it doesn't look so. it looks cool but there's a there's a computer Drawing element to it that kind of boats may so I? I just kinda redrew it just a little bit. To get rid of it, give it some more I guess Pachuco feel to it and then. For the owls if you I mean nobody's seen this. So but the most of it is made up of of dowels and on the second one I use PVC pipe, it is such a cheap option and I was. For a little bit, Kinda wanted to do a stainless steel and get too expensive and maybe it's too cold and the alternative to that was conduit electrical conduit, which is also super cheap. You get like a ten foot thing for four bucks or whatever. and then settled for the PVC. 'cause it's going to have like a brilliant white up against this walnut Look good. So starting with that, and the problem with this one is a totally fail because the slab have has we're grain in it. and. Then you know whenever you cut into that, it could just twist and bandon turned into a single chip. So hopefully, it doesn't. So That's Canada now and Yeah I'm happy. I'm happy with the design I. I. I e fumbled a little bit or a Kinda. Where your bottom sits on there, I fix curbed a little bit and then the back is I move the curve down just a little bit just to make it a little bit more comfortable. It's still I don't think it's going to be a chair that you wanNA, sit in for hours. Because there's no cushion. It's just kind of forms to your body. But as a dining chair, I think it will work just fine. It's like a starbucks chapter like the starbucks chairs look really comfortable in about three or four minutes in you're like. They, do that on purpose so you don't stay in there. was going to say about furniture is one of the designed chairs I know my own personal experiences you never know if you've made the right decision that insecurity will sit with you forever might mice stools with you Built it will haunt you forever because every time I sit in my stool I made four of those those made full more for customers. I was very anxious to send out hoping that they would be happy with the result, but that's the way I am with anything that I ever make for customer I'm always anxious fulfilled their expectations. But by stools, I've made three of them made for them. Three of them are here at my house. One of them's entails design studio and I was sitting in last night and the whole time I'm sitting in my mind is just an autopilot maybe the foot rungs to love maybe the former inkster high, maybe the the the the but is too low maybe the butts to hide maybe why I grabbed on my fingers, it could have been thin. I can't stop it. So it's the same thing like when you're sitting in your run chair show you having very similar experience. You just can't stop let you can did I make the right decisions one hundred percent I might my personal thought was if I can sit in this chair without thinking about sitting in this chair than I know a I've done it right but I Without, judge without feeling without trying to figure out where to go next it's I. Don't know if I'll ever get to that point.
Fresh update on "four minute" discussed on Joel Riley
"On offense, Justin Fields, Josh Meyers and White Davis and four on defense. Jonathan Cooper, Sean Wait, Justin Hilliard and tough Moreland Borland, a three year captain. Joining J. T. Barrett is the only three time captains in Ohio State history. It wasn't about face in Game two of the blue jacket Siri's with Toronto jackets. I'll play the Leafs in one game one. Toronto completely dominated the Jackets in Game two, winning three to nothing to even the series that one coach John Tortorella, Pulled no punches in assessing this one. I'm not going to break the game down at all. Um Toronto played a really good game. We sucked. But I'm not interested. It doesn't help our club right now, Teo to break it down with you guys you lost can't be blamed on Joonas Korpisalo. He was outstanding, made 36 saves didn't allow his first goal until there was four minutes left in the second period gained three. Tomorrow night at eight on Fox Sports Ohio Baseball. The Indians get in eighth inning home run from Fran Mill Race. And beat the Reds for two to battle a lie. A series is tied at one to see now shifts to Cleveland for games three and four from the central Ohio Honda Dealer Sports stats. McCoy, whose radio.
Los Angeles - Fatal Pasadena fire blamed on electrical malfunction
"NewsRadio Fatal fired Pasadena apartment complex that killed a four year old boy and injured his brother and mother was apparently caused by faulty wiring in the building. Arson investigators went through the wreckage of the apartment on Washington Boulevard in Summit Avenue for hours. Pasadena Fire Department spokesperson leased the dairy in said the fires, point of origin was tied. Wiring leading into a refrigerator at the unit, and the fire quickly spread, endangering the lives of all who were inside. Unfortunately, the four year old male who was inside the unit when our fire personnel arrived within four minutes of the initial call the mom and the other son, three year old male in the 29 year old female them on on the lawn. It's still not clear of smoke alarm for
Fresh update on "four minute" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"The latest on the fight against Corona virus on the radio online all the time Co Moh news KOMO, Seattle KOMO FM, Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts now Here's what's coming up. I'm Ryan Harris, with the leading candidates for governor on their very different plans for the ongoing response to the pandemic. Who's gonna be the next lieutenant governor. I'm Jeff Pooja love with how that race is shaping up traffic and weather on the way in four minutes, But first, the latest from ABC News Good morning. From ABC News. I'm Shiri, pressed in. The blast was unlike most.
What Do I Do With All This Free Time
"Hi. Everyone welcome to recovery our where we talk about life beyond the bottle and what happens after we stop drinking I'm your host Tricia and the only way I blackout now is when I lose chunks of time on tiktok. Thank you so much for joining me. On today's episode, we're going to talk about what the heck to do with your time when you stop drinking when I was drinking, my guess is that I spent about an average of five to six waking hours of every day drunk, and about five hours or probably spent hung over at a minimum. That's a lot of time wasted time, not feeling good and one of the surprises for me in quitting drinking was actually how little free time I had with my recovery program of meetings exercise therapy morning. Routine Accountability groups on social. Media Etcetera. But. You can't do that all the time you know. You can't do recovery stuff all the time every single day or you'll burn out. It's important to have hobbies to replace your old hobby of drinking, and that can be a real challenge. At first you know if you spent your entire adult life being wasted as your hobby. Someone wrote me and asked what they're supposed to do with their free time now that they're sober. You ready for the answer. Here it is. Literally, anything. Everything in anything as long as you're not drinking alcohol. KAYAKING sure why not bowling roller skating kickboxing cooking sewing painting? You could try any new hobby. You've ever dreamed of and decide if you like it. That's one of the cool parts about learning who you are in sobriety. You know it's learning what you'd like to do. I posted on social media and I asked you what kind of hobbies you were trying out in a lot of active and outdoor activities came up, which is awesome hiking yoga bike riding. Those are fantastic detri- because physical activities and things outside help. You feel better, so you recovery benefits from it to. A few weeks ago I went kayaking for the first time I was at a lake literally four minutes from my house and I'd never tried this, and I loved it and guess what I can go kayaking anytime I want to now. And I know that a lot of us are still in quarantine, so we need at home. Hobbies totally get it. I feel you. I also learned how to play an auto harp. During our shut down here in Texas instrument that I never thought I learned to play. And now I get to jam out every weekend with my man friend in our make believe band called Donna Martin graduates. Way I if you're not sure what an auto harp is, it's a stringed folk instrument that June Carter. Cash and Dolly Parton made famous super easy to play. Which is why I picked it. And you too could learn how to play an obscure instrument. You could take an online masterclass on calligraphy or painting or graffiti. You know finding an artistic outlet is huge, and this is also helpful for your Mental Health Burnett Brown says that unused creativity is not benign. Unused creativity metastases it turns into grief rage judgment sorrow. So it's helpful for your head, and for your recovery to find something to do, that's creative. This is also something you can brainstorm on how to do more stuff with your family or your partner or your kids. I found that it was kind of easy in the beginning to get stuck into this mental trap of thinking that all your free time is a curse. Now you know now that it's not spent inside a bottle. You know and I get it. I just want time to pass, so you can go to bed and get another alcohol-free day under your belt. And this is understandable, and that was me one hundred percent I feel you, but eventually your free time. is where you decide how you want to enjoy living your life, not just kill time. You are quitting drinking. Because you want a better life for yourself, and you can do that now. You have the time and the energy, and maybe even the extra money to figure out who you WANNA be. This is a blessing to you know we're meant to have fun and find things that are entertaining fulfilling, and that gives challenging new experiences. This is a good thing. Thing. And if you're struggling with getting motivated, I would really encourage you to use a calendar. You know like a paper one that you right on with a pen or a marker, especially, if you're still in quarantine and just start planning new activities commit to them, schedule them. Write them down. Prepay for them and then try them out. If you don't love 'em great now. You know you could try something else next time. But I'm hoping that you'll find ones that you do like and maybe there are things you would've never done while you were drinking. That's the goal. Live your life beyond the bottle. Eventually, you won't be just killing time. You'll be living your life and it's supposed to be a life worth living right, so find out what worth living means to you, you know. What is your Dream Life? Look like find the activities that build the foundation for that life.
Fresh "four minute" from Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller
"Brian D. The Brewers bats silent Once again. I'm Kevin Wells, a nice day and store weatherwise and also a nice state for travel times. Right now. This morning, Highway 16 to the zoo 10 minutes due to downtown is 7 94 westbound downtown to the zoo. Seven minutes and do to the highway 16 10 minutes in the opposite direction. 41 South bound from zoo Too Good. Hope Road is 10 minutes. Good Hope Road upto highway Q is four minutes 94 north found late in a downtown is seven minutes and downtown. The good Hope Road is eight with traffic and weather together on the tens of Kevin Wells. W T m j w dot com Timesaver Crafts sunny 77 Today clear tonight 62 at the lake for low 53 inland. It's 59 degrees at seven. No. One from the W T. M J breaking News Center. DNC Security plans moving Forward, but not without challenges. Plan is is to fulfill those directors. Milwaukee police chief Alfonso Morales says he fully intends on.
Weglot - Make your Website Multilingual in Minutes
"Today I'm going. Be covering a really awesome toll. We Lot W. E. E. G. L. O. T.. And we lot allows you to make your website or websites multi-lingual in minutes, so I had to try it out whenever I whenever I got on their side of had to try it out on the podcast website, and they were not lying. It actually took me about four minutes to allow visitors to toggle between English and Spanish. So what I love about legal is that integrates with whatever. Whatever tech you're using and USE UNSTUCK DOT com for my podcast website, so there wasn't a direct integration, and you know it's still only took me a few minutes integrate i. just had the copy. They gave me like a snippet of the code there and had a copy and paste html header tag so like I said took me four minutes maximum before actually saw it and use And we bought solves many issues that startups in companies face so from a marketing perspective it allows you to easily reach other demographics and an example. Perfect example of this actually saw this morning is a tweet from India. Hackers about how someone doubled their growth by translating their product into different languages. This person they. They had said that struggling to grow. They're trying to enroll channels They were like okay. Let's translate and they literally doubled their growth by translating their product in different languages. So that just goes to show like. If you have a product or you want more traffic on your website, the trend translating it may be the way to go. And then from a developer perspective, they don't have to translate the entire website so. And it's also like not tying you to. To the developer, so at a previous certify work that we hired someone, just translate everything in the Japanese so. was, for cryptocurrencies startup right and it took I. think it took about three months and you know it costs us a few thousand dollars to pay this person to do our website blogs all that stuff, and why would i? Why would someone do this one net? Why would you hire someone whenever you can do it instantly with we got? It's a no brainer so and after speaking with the guys that we got. It is very clear that they focused on the on boarding journey right minimizing the required time to actually see the main value of the product killed. They did a great job, and they really made sure users can translate their website in less than five minutes signing up so whenever I got on and I did it. And I copy and paste each authors test button there. Oppressed test took maybe a minute and thirty seconds, and then it said yet it's good to go, and then I went on my website in right there in the bottom right hand corner was the button and I clicked on it, and I made my website in Spanish so though I cannot speak Spanish It's really cool, so and I actually have ten point. Four percent of my website traffic over the last couple of months has been from Spain, so it was great to see. And add a Spanish translation to my website so I'm I can be more appealing to the Spanish native speakers. So they really did a great job there and we got is used by fifty thousand websites all over the world small businesses, big names, but the main use cases include ECOMMERCE stores marketing. Websites internal Web APPs, and really anything that you want you know I did it for a podcast website, so if you WANNA see the actual product action, check out my website at no code podcast Arco and you'll you know you'll see it there in the bottom right hand corner English you just click on that and needed to Spanish. And that's another thing. They did really well. Is that button in the bottom right hand corner? Like I didn't customize it at all, and they did a really good job of making sure that you know you can see it, but it's also not a nuisance. It's very aesthetic and it. It's not something where you see it and you're like. Oh, I. Don't want that on my website. You know it's they did a really good job of of doing that. In a way that allow people to still have a really acidic and that small button not removed from that,
The Cascadia Subduction Zone
"Today we're going to look at the Cascadia subduction zone, and what could be a mega quake the Pacific northwest subduction zone earthquakes have occurred every three hundred fifty years since six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for earlier quakes come from core samples taken from the. The Ocean floor, and from rings counted in the Ghost forest that I'll talk about a little bit later. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions, Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet, massive coastal storms during nine, hundred and ninety, seven, Ninety, eight, washed away tons and tons of sand, revealing hundreds of stumps, the remnants of a Sitka spruce forced. It is through. Through a combination of carbon dating an accounting of rings that the data, the last Cascadia subduction zone or C. S. Z. quake took place. The Earth's surface is made up of seven major plates and many smaller ones. The smaller plates creator earthquakes for short durations of fourteen forty five seconds at may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place of. Of Water call faultlines between plates March Eleventh Twenty Eleven Japan experience a subduction zone. Quite that lasted more than four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale. It was a fourth, most powerful or quake in the world. Since modern recording began in nineteen, hundred shake created a Su- Nami, the reached a hundred and thirty three feet and mood six miles inland google. Google Japan's main island upon shoot, eight feet in shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches, this was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate finally to help put earthquakes in perspective, the long Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds the Great San Francisco earthquake of nineteen six was. was eight point six that lasted forty five seconds, but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point, one of the Richter scale based on data from Oregon see geographer Patrick Corcoran and Usgs Alaska, science center kiss, missing mysteries will now tour the predicted minute by minute impact of Cascadia. Subduction Zone earthquake on the Oregon coast after three hundred twelve. Twelve years to see S Z could no longer take the strain it ruptures at a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of its length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the south. West sliding over the Wanda Fuca plate, but remember we're talking about across more. More than fifty miles deep, the first movement sons pressure wave that soapy way that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour, it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit Oregon's cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later. It reaches Portland in fifty seconds his Seattle at nine point one is what seismologist call a full rip? Most cities can withstand a six point. Eight quake lasted about forty five seconds, but the difference between a forty second, and a four-minute quake has like the difference between a head on collision at four miles, an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes shaking continues, the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle it will have suffered from ground liquefication Berlin will collapse, and they'll be gas fires citywide after six. Six minutes people seeking high ground to avoid the soon. NAMI will be impeded by debris driving. We'll be an impossibility at eight minutes. Nami will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide, but a flash flood speed leading edge will only be inches, but will increase to forty feet as predicted that the cascadia subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake twenty eleven. Keep in mind the by the time you finish listening to this. There will have been earthquakes somewhere in the world. The Pacific
Tales From the Dark Web
"This week's theme comes to us from Daniel Ocho and is called tales from the dark web. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says the Internet has a dark side hidden. Just below the surface, these podcasts will guide listeners through stories from the Internet's dark side where crime, drugs and murder are the currency of choice. Here are they episodes chosen by Daniel for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first episode comes to us from the missing Crypto, Queen and called Dr Rusia. It's twenty three minutes long. Dr Rouge promised financial financial, revolution and then two years ago, she disappeared. Why. The missing crypto clean is an eight part series from BBC sounds. The next episode comes to us from reply all and is called the snapchat thief it sixty nine minutes long. This week, a super tech support after Lizzie snapchat gets hacked. Things Start Getting Really Creepy Alex investigates. The next episode comes to us from case file, and it's called the Silk Road part, one and two. The first episode is eighty four minutes long, and the second is eighty minutes long. The Silk Road was an ancient network of trade routes that started in China in the second century BC via a combination of roads and sea routes goods like silk, paper, and spices transported from the producers in Asia to the markets in Europe. Eventually, it wasn't just goods that were traded. They're also ideas, customs, religions, and even diseases. The next episode comes to us from Lizard people is called Bitcoin was created by a rogue ai with Sam Baltar it sixty minutes long. Bitcoin is one of the great mysteries of the Internet. Age who exactly created it? Where's it going? How did it blow up so fast? What the fudge is a blockchain, and why don't I have won the delightful Sam Baltar of the equally delightful podcast? Weird work joins to talk about cryptocurrency and the possibility that the J. Cryptic coin was created by. Get this artificial intelligence. The next episode comes to us from breach and is called. Caution falling rocks. It's forty seven minutes long. The Yahoo data breach left three billion users private information vulnerable for three years before the public learned about it. How did it happen? And what can we learn from the greatest known data breach in history? Those are the episodes chosen by Daniel. Ocho for this week's theme tales from the Dark Web, follow along with the discussion of this week's podcast episodes by using the Hashtag dark web pods. Now for some podcast industry news from the inside podcasting newsletter. As always, thank you to Sky Pillsbury. Who writes the inside podcasting newsletter for allowing us to share it with our ear? Buddies on this podcast will share the top stories from this week's issue of the newsletter. I story. Sky Interviews James Kim on her podcast the inside podcasting podcast. James is the creator of the fiction podcast moon face a show. Time magazine named one of the best ten twenty nineteen. In Moon face a young Korean American man named Paul wants to tell his mom that he's gay, but they don't speak. The same language Paul Story is loosely based on James Kim's real life experiences. Next story layoffs public radio suffered a heartbreaking number of layoffs this week. Here are the details Minnesota public radio slash American public media has laid off twenty eight employees. APM has also stop production of live from here and the hilarious world of depression. Chicago public media has let go of twelve employees and has ceased production on sound opinions. Next Story. She. PODCASTS founder Jessica. Cup for men and Elsie Escobar have decided to postpone their organizations. Second Annual Conference until October twenty twenty one. It was originally scheduled to take place in Arizona later this year.
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Is it time to revisit your hiring practices?
"Do you people round mile in less than four minutes between the first summer Olympics in eighteen, ninety six, and the Summer Olympics of nineteen, fifty, six zero. When Roger Bounced around the first sub format mile in the early nineteen fifties. No one had ever done it before. It was an historic moment and very few interested. They don't know his name. Do you know many people have run a four minute mile? Sense Roger Bannister. Yet I don't know either. There are so many I couldn't find the answer. Hundreds ten high school students have done it. How many people before Nineteen fifty-two dismissed the idea of four mile as impossible. And? Can you blame them? How do you tell someone with a straight face to shoot for something that's never been done. How do you even convince them? It's possible. Leader I admire lot as a man named vision luck Yanni, he's the CEO of a Malaysian company. Specializing education called Mine Valley and he says our beliefs distort our reality, meaning what we believe to be true become true. It's the reason all good teachers treat their students like their high performance. Right from the beginning the moment student believes there are a low performer. Their performance will drop. In two thousand, eight and two thousand nine, a researcher at Vanderbilt University named Ray Friedman administered attest to a group of college students in the Group of tests taken in two thousand and eight before Barack Obama was elected president, white students consistently outperformed black students, but in the test administered in two thousand nine after Barack Obama was elected president. The score gap between black and white students disappeared completely. Freeman hypothesized that when people see examples, evidence proof of something happening to other people, they can relate to their belief that it could happen to themselves rises. Over the last two weeks I've had conversations with almost two dozen leaders of people. And, some of them are really struggling to figure out what part they need to be playing in the momentum that is slowly building out of the outrage. Injuries caused in perpetuated over generations require generations to heal, and that can leave some people with a feeling of hopelessness. I can't possibly do anything myself, so let me just put my head down to the best I can and hope I get through this. But there's so much you can do, and it doesn't require hashtags or fighting with people on social media. Start with your hiring practices I've looked at thousands of resumes and employment applications over the years and I've interviewed hundreds of people for Jobs I. Can honestly say some of the best employs ever met would never have even applied if I hadn't spent serious time courting them. And, when I've asked them why they never thought of applying, they say something along the lines of I never thought I'd fit in there. If you're a leader, a people and you're fortunate enough to work for an organization where dozens of people will apply for any opening you have. This is undoubtedly affecting you even more after all. You always seem to have enough applicants. Why would you ever feel the need to spend time and resources seeking out even more applicants? But if your workforce doesn't look like the communities, your workforce is serving. You have work to do. Because the law of averages, says that absent any preconceived notions on both your part and part of the applicants, your work for should be pretty representative of your clients or customers.
June 9 named 'George Floyd Day' in Harris County, Houston
"Leader had Dogo declaring tomorrow George Floyd day in Harris County that's when the forty six year old father will be buried here in the Houston area in the same city where he grew up now on to the funeral will be a private service after the public viewing today one sixty three hundred mourners spent hours in line to pay their respects and hear from Floyd's family one artist made the drive from Dallas on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform a lot of things that went on with Mister Floyd passing away in India most of these and that's the reason why I came down in the road for hours just to be a part of this moment which is impeccable I'm speechless the number of people here former vice president Joe Biden and Texas governor Greg Abbott also were at the public viewing today of stronger and more inclusive that's Minneapolis plans to rebuild in the wake of their own police officers putting ni on Jo on Floyd's neck the mayor revealing two new groups to help the city recover from violent protests one of the coalition to support businesses the other will provide feedback from black community members well makers in Washington are taking are talking up police reform in the wake of Floyd's death fox news John Roberts has more on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform legislation by observing eight minutes and forty six seconds of silence among the items proposed in the justice in policing act changing the statute to prosecute misconduct from willfulness to recklessness created national police misconduct registry and no knock warrants in drug cases create independent investigation process is into misconduct and banned show colds president trump believes the best way to address the problem is to take the steps necessary to build trust between police forces and the communities they serve and it also appears that Republicans may have their own plan for police reform and they just might unveil it later this week that's what the hell is reporting hours after Democrat shared build their bill one of the to its only two week anniversary of George Floyd's death both sides agreed to reforms are needed the dems want their bill to you get their bill to a Senate floor vote by next month KJRH news time eleven oh three looks like the army may be ready to remove the names of Confederate leaders of ten of its basis army secretary says each one is a name for a soldier who holds a significant place in military history but now he's open to a bipartisan discussion the marine corps recently banned the display of Confederate flags U. S. and Russia will begin nuclear talks in two weeks is a decade old treaty is set to expire in February both countries have the option to renew it for another five years China has been invited as well no symptoms may be no spread the World Health Organization says it's rare for a person with a coronavirus to pass it on if they show no signs of being sick however other experts do not agree saying half of all cases are actually spread that way and president trump keeping his promise to not let the pandemic keep him off the stage he plans to restart campaign rallies in two weeks is already set to hold his first in person fundraiser at the end of the week this comes as the re I. as he hires a pollster to check CNN survey showing in fourteen percent behind Joe Biden our next updates eleven thirty breaking information as it happens time now for more of our American stories I'm Erik shop on newsradio seven forty KTRE H. 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they are the best a lot of these folks used and owned and operated this is Lee who believe in this is our American stories we tell stories about everything here on the show from the arts to sports and from business to history and everything in between including your stories send them our American network dot org there are some of our favorite and now we continue with our opportunity America series that's sponsored by coke industries which employs some sixty seven thousand Americans Georgia Pacific a coke company makes many of the paper products we use every day from tissue and toilet paper and paper towels and more and Alex Cortez now brings us the story of one of Georgia Pacific's employees Vic Billingsley who lives in Hattiesburg in our own home state of Mississippi in nineteen ninety eight Victor Billingsley was diagnosed with non alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver although Vic was able to live a pretty healthy normal life for years it wasn't until two thousand and seven nine whole years later that his doctors said you need a transplant all these things going through my mind as how do I escape this and there's no there's no exit door this is one of the cards on Monday Oct again into a scenario that we're your mind is is moving at hyper speed and it's it's one of those things it's just absolutely ever present you can't escape it I'm going to sleep at night only after being just totally exhausted I couldn't turn it on in other news is so pressing and I would finally fall asleep after just being totally exhausted and I would go through the experience to we're not only sleep probably maybe a couple hours of time and when I wake up I go through this thing to where I go wow that was it was a it was a terrible train times have a bad dream and then the realization would hit yeah it gets a good punch of it wasn't very you know this is this is your reality and they replace itself a whole bunch of times and then came the port where you've got to be admitted in the hospital to do the testing to see where you fall as a candidate for a transplant because just because you need one is not necessarily guarantee that your going to get so then that's when the waiting game begins hi constantly had my cell phone with with me me everywhere everywhere I I went went any any time time phone phone rang rang you you know know the the first first thing thing you you did did was was flipped flipped over over and and looked looked caller caller ID ID and and their their you you know know your your time time is is running running you're you're you're you're sitting sitting there there wondering wondering if if this this is is the the time time that that you're you're going going to to get get that that call call the the call call came came in in on on a a Sunday Sunday morning actually was at six six thirty in the morning Catherine picked up the phone and kind of looks the caller ID she asked me so who is who is service center for and I came one week because that was the transplant surgeon and to live so I answer the phone and he says this is Invictus dock foreman juelich no we have a liver available but I won't talk to you about it well we have this situation we we have have is is five five and and a a half half month month old old little little girl girl in in Miami Miami Florida Florida there there is is also also in in need need of of a a transplant transplant the the machine machine only only needs a certain part of it and we can have the remainder of it if you like to accept this he said we had we haven't really done this before here but we think we can handle it he said the only problem will be where we face the Liverpool which means where like where they make that separation cut that when we put it back into you we may have some bleeding issues and lots of concern but we but we feel confident we can handle it well hi I was fully and trying to process what he's telling me and transcription of said okay can I can I think about in his response was I'll call you back in four minutes because there's also town consideration when they have these organs vital so want to talk to my brother and my sister her being a nurse practitioner and being a physician and then kind of get their opinion on it so I got them on the phone our brothers in Florida my sister's local and we start discussing it and then we also he got knocked foreman on phone and started kind discussing and talking about it all the different ramifications such as a ma my sister finally said well the good lord's got us to this point hello we just after that's where we need to place our trust in us I would go for and so the decision was made okay pogo for world you know the reality kind of hit real hard at that time there this is this is actually going to happen now you know it's like it's like being on a roller coaster ride you can get off the list better write it to the end well I have worried and been freighted so much through the whole experience in at the time but I got a call how was of the one hundred percent I saw the house going to go down there and I was not going to come back just I did not believe that I was gonna survive the operation and so what that rolled on the plate was that morning hi I honestly thought I was looking at my kids for the last time I'm gonna come back and you're listening to Vicky Billingsley his story of one of the big moments of his life the turning point in his life being told there was a liver available but this operation was gonna be difficulty assume the worst okay as kids what he thought would be for sure in his own mind the last time by the way Vic found comfort in his coworkers at Georgia Pacific who offered him a vacation time organized fundraisers for him and prayed with only come back more of this remarkable story our opportunity America series the code industries continue here on American school have you ever hired somebody to complete a job and they just entirely drops the ball well you don't need to worry 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One-Stop Reality Escapes Week
"This week's theme is one stop reality. Escapes the. Curator is Elena Fernandez. Collins who writes the audio dramatic newsletter. Here's why Elena chose this theme. Hi. My name is Elon and on this collins and themed shows is one stop reality escapes. Chose this theme because our consumption habits are necessarily changing, and then means sometimes you need a one time promise, and not a long term commitment. These episodes are escapes into fiction, the length of a movie or shorter. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Elena along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode comes from the Big Luke podcast and it's called surfacing. It's thirty five minutes long. About this podcast. From QR RX Paul, Bay presents otherworldly stories from around the globe, every season feature, six distinct episodes, highlighting the strange, wonderful and often harrowing experiences of those living on the outer edges of the known world. In this episode, a Japanese Alma diver recounts the story of the love of her life through her daughter. The next episode comes from the sci-fi presents podcasts and is called CERBERUS REX. It's eighty four minutes law. In this audio drama Dr Annabella Korea a professor of astrophysics at Hawks More University travels upon request by a former colleague to well station, a research facility, performing experiments on a mystery of physics in an underground cave, a natural explorer Anna Russia's to view the phenomenon firsthand and accompanied by well station security slash containment officer. Benjamin Wynn guard is soon staring down at a marvel hidden deep, then not so deep. The next episode comes from the outliers podcast and is called. Sleep. It's twenty four minutes long. In this episode. Johanna for or cannot sleep. She is caught in the heat and fervor of the peasants revolt, as she joins the masses on their march to London, seeking an end to the poll tax in pursuit of justice. She leads a group into the Tower of London where they dragged Simon Sudbury to the executioner's block for a taste vengeance. The next episode comes trust from zero hours is called those familiar spirits. It's thirty six minutes long. In this episode, Seventeen, twenty, two in the American colonies, and the priest has his world turned upside down when a woman comes into the church, claiming to be a witch, and in possession of knowledge about the imminent end of the world. The last episode of the week comes from. Make believe, and it's called Bra. It's sixty one minutes long. This audio drama is a brave girls. Journey through the land of many monsters adapted from a Mexican Folk Tale by Nancy Garcia Loza. Those are the PODCASTS and episodes recommended by Atlanta Fernandez Collins for this week's theme. One Stop Reality Escapes.
Feds looking at Ahmaud Arbery's death as a hate crime, attorneys say
"Also this morning the US department of justice is investigating the killing of a black Georgia jogger as a hate crime attorneys for Ahmad operates family say they received word from the U. S. attorney's office attorney Ben Crump says the arrest of William Brian in the killing is long overdue Brian took the video of the deadly attack of Aubrey by two white men crime says Aubrey ran for his life for over four minutes while the chase was recorded by Brian to tell us that he was chancellor innocent bystander it is currently dating so they charge a felony murder is absolutely appropriate Greg and Travis met Michael are accused of chasing down our Breanna Brunswick neighborhood because they thought he was a burglar prosecutors say Brian try to cut our pre op with his vehicle during the
Getting back to basics.
"Welcome to hacking your leadership. I'm Chris and this is talent Tuesday. This short weekly segment is dedicated to all things related for this talent Tuesday episode. I WANNA talk about getting back to talent basics about six weeks ago I recorded talent Tuesday episode on toxic positively. You've had a chance to listen to it yet. It's worth the four minutes in that episode spoke about a trend. I've been seeing on social media where people attempt to tell us what we should be. Doing while quarantined with all of our supposed extra time. I know some people who've taken the last sixty days to make huge positive changes in their lives and others have barely been able to hold everything together because their responsibilities have grown not their extra time regardless of what any of us have been doing though one thing is certain we will never get back to normal. There is no normal everything we thought we knew about normal should be presumed gone from little things like the death of the handshake to really big things like companies beginning to announce permanent work from home platforms. And we're just barely getting started but something that's not likely to change is our need to work so no matter what work looks like for you when things start to feel settled. You'll still likely have a direct boss and if you were a leader of people in January you're likely to still be a leader of people. We all know that career making opportunities aren't typically offer to people who merely execute process. Well more likely to be offered to. People who invent process were processed didn't exist before and these next several months are GONNA reveal a ton of opportunities for inventing process because most companies haven't completely figured out how to do Business Post Kovic. This also means tremendous opportunities for showing your employees that you understand what's important to them and it's actually one of the things that hasn't changed this year. What employees want and expect from any organization if they're being asked to engage fully in their work? Can you put into four? Major buckets employs. Want to get better. They WANNA be happy they WANNA feel important and they want to give back and the most important must consequential most career defining work you do as a leader in this time of recovery may be in how you define your leadership around making these four things happen. How do you help your employees? Get better in a meaningful way. You understand that. While good leaders helped their people become better employees. Great leaders help their employees become better people. So when you're working on developing people focused less on the skills that will help them do their job better and more on the skills that will help them do all jobs better the skills that will help them do life better and that starts with getting to know them and their goals so that you can take inventory of all the tools you have at your disposal that will help them achieve those goals. How do you help your employees? Be Happy by making sure the surrounded by kind people who are bought into the mission of the company and committed to doing quality work nothing erodes the happiness employs faster than disliking. Their co workers or believing low performers aren't being held accountable so even the performance coaching should be between you and the employees being coached. There should still be a culture of accountability so that everyone understands it does happen consistently how do you help your employees feel important by ensuring they understand how every single thing they're being asked to do contributes to the mission of the organization if an employee cannot connect their role and every task assigned to them to that mission they will not feel like their job is important and employee who believe their job is an important tend to try less and engage less? Lastly how do you help your employees give back by clearly articulating? How your organization leaves this world? And Its residents better off than they were found by using the resources available to you to help your employees make contributions and their own personal ways and most importantly by practicing social leadership. If your actions outside of work tell a different story than the values you espouse while at work you'll very quickly lose credibility as these things start to unfold and you begin to see what your leadership role looks like going forward. Us This time of rebirth. To create a renewed sense of focus on these four things. Virtually all the problems encounter in. This transition will be made easier. If you're people believe you're committed to them thanks for listening and have a great day.
"Welcome to kids Smith and mystery your host kid crumb today. We're GONNA look at several events that were predicted. And of course we'll start with our current pandemic predicted seventeen years ago by science. If you still believe in science and is this a first well of course not you can look back. A hundred years to the nineteen eighteen. Banish flu epidemic tremendous number of similarities. Between on then. And what's going on now but we're going to leave that behind. Don't look at earthquakes. Also predicted are subduction zone. Earthquakes have occurred every three hundred and fifty years said six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for the earlier quakes or predictions comes from core samples taken from the ocean floor. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions are both Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet. Massive coastal storms during the nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight storms washed away tons of sand revealing hundreds of stumps the remnants of Sitka spruce forest. It is through a combination of carbon dating and counting of rings. That the date of the last cascade subduction zone or C. S. Z. Quake place the Earth. Surfaces made up of seven major plates in many smaller ones. The smaller place creator quakes for short durations of fourteen to forty five seconds it may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place at what is called the fault line between plates March Eleventh. Two Thousand Eleven Japanese experience subduction zone quite that lasted more than four minutes at a nine point one. On the Richter scale it was the fourth most powerful earthquake in the world since modern record taking began in nineteen hundred to shake created a soon nami that reached one hundred thirty three feet and move six miles inland. It moved Japan's main island of Honshu. Eight feet and shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches. This was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate Vialli to help put earthquakes in perspective the Loma Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds. The Great San Francisco earthquake of Nineteen. Six was eight point six and it lasted. Forty five seconds but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale based on data from Oregon. Siochana Oceana Graphic Person Patrick Corcoran and US GS is Alaska. Science Center true mysteries of the Pacific northwest will now who are predicted. Minute by minute. Impact of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake on the Oregon coast get this after three hundred twelve years the CS is he could no longer take the strain. It ruptures a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the South West sliding over the one to Fuca plate. But remember we're talking about a crushed more than fifty miles deep. The first movement sends a pressure wave that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later it reaches Portland Oregon in fifty seconds at his Seattle at nine point one. It's what Size Malla. Just call a full rip. Most cities can withstand a six point eight quake last year forty five seconds. But the difference between a forty second and a four-minute quake is like the difference between a head on collision at four miles an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes. Shaking continues the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle will have suffered from ground. Liquefication building collapsed gas fires citywide after six minutes. People seeking high ground to avoid the SU- NAMI will be impeded by debris and driving will be almost impossible at eight minutes to Sonoma will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide but flash floods speed. The leading edge will only be inches but it will increase to forty feet is predicted that the cascade subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake of twenty eleven. Keep in mind that by the time you finish listening to this podcast. There will earthquake somewhere in the
Byte David Hasselhoff
"Hi Welcome to season two of bite. This is Tony Auto and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happened very right in saying that. The Greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion David Hasselhoff speculated with me on how he would do a Knight Rider movie and the style kit the way he was and then bring it into the you know two thousand and twenty and bring it into now and you know it could be like Kit Meets. Michael and his well Michael. You look a lot older and I say well things have changed since you've been gone and then House fast. Michael and I say all the cars talk now and it's great because they all do you know and then yeah. I turbo booster and have a car whiz by kit. Kit goes what happened. I said. Well Buddy you need to hit refresh. And he goes Michael. What's for fresh you know? He doesn't know he's gotTa be updated into the technology of today and of course we'll do that movie and then make him into the supermarket. We should be and it'll be cool absolutely. It would be a lot of fun to see that I really wouldn't be up for. You also has an audio book up against the wall like listen to his flashback. Autumn Nineteen eighty-nine East Germany changes in the air. Like the winds of fall and on the wind freedom can be sniffed communist. Europe is crumbling and Moscow. Gorbachev is opening the way to the end of the Soviet Union and Prague people are marching changes coming and East Germany. To the feeling is in the air like the. Chris snap of fall freedom in their minds and hearts and on their lips. My hit single looking for freedom. Unbeknownst to me this song chart topper in West. Germany has also become an underground anthem in the east traded on homemade cassettes sung in bars and nightclubs. I'm a star among fans. I have never met and who have never seen or heard me accept him. Blurry photocopies and pirated TV signals. Look for up against the wall. The audio book read by David Hasselhoff himself on audible for bite. This is Tony Talada.
Savor It. Or Don't. by Kate Galliett of The Unbreakable Body
"Saver it or don't buy cake. Elliott of the unbreakable body DOT com Ease slowly may only get your first been. Yea once the lead character in the movie chef said to his son as he dove into a plate of venue as well walking along the streets of New Orleans. That line hit me in the face hard. I'm not even sure what happened for the next few minutes of the movie as that line tumbled over and over again in my head my mind exploring it evaluating it examining it from every angle. I'll seeing things from a whole new vantage point. I experienced as you get a lot of first experiences in life but you only get all of them. Once they're not all majestic in fact most are in your day to day life. If you've noticed that the first time when out on a walk you notice. The trees have changed for the season. The first time you have a real meaningful conversation with a new friend who is becoming a best friend. The first time you meditate. Don't quit after four minutes. And then some are majestic as the first time you stand in front of the mountain range. You've dreamed of forever the first time you realize you're turning dreams into reality. The first time you fall in love with a person with yourself with life those moments life is not life without them. You've day to day existence. And then you have first experiences as AL watts puts it. When discussing polarity quote the are different but inseparable size of the same coin there the pulse and the interval in any vibration and quote first experiences are as much moments themselves as they are the times in between each moment. Same as a wave is as much a crest as it is the trough we notice. I experience is happening. Are you savoring them? I've been known to rush into things. I chewed dark chocolate. Instead of waiting for the flavor. Nose to expand more fezzet melted on my tongue. A go full tilt into moments a between First Cup of coffee of the day and already picturing a second cup. Nothing gravely bad came of those moments the rushing in worked the chocolate tasted of chocolate to his always a second cup of coffee so might change. We are ever-evolving creatures. I am you are arraigned before. About how finding on your daily life a responsibility bestowed on all humans by the way is sometimes as easy as expanding your field of view Might have been sitting just left of where you were looking until you expand your field of vision here going to keep missing it. Things can be good and yet. That's not a shackle that needs to keep you from exploring further. We realize something just off to the left of your field of view and you know that exploring it will be good for your growth. Even if you don't hang onto it as a key. Part of your operating system for life is worth expanding your view and exploring further the value of rushing right in the rush right in route works. But it's by design a one note thing to rush in means to operate off in early impulse rushing in by. Its very nature. Means that you that first signal that this is good and you dive right in on the hunch that what follows will also be as good. Think if that been. Yeh Boy was eating the first bite. I'm sure was a fluffy powdered sugary warm signal to his brain that this is good and naturally he dove into get more as quickly as possible. It's understandable our brain says my God that is good. Give me more and do it quickly. There's a time and place for doing just that sometimes just rush right in. Do It do it other times when you want to explore the edges of your field of vision on what your understanding of first experience is slow your roll a bit and check into the moment instead of checking through the value of savoring. You cannot stop time the time this first experience is happening in. It's already moving past you. You have no hope slowing down unless you actively engage in savoring. What's happening in this first experience to save her a moment a meal a book a person is to become intensely aware of your presence with that person thing food or place to save. Her is to acknowledge the goal your in the process of achieving the site. You are in the process of seeing the feeling you are in the process of feeling. It's you mu seeing this doing this feeling this being this. You'll bank the memory in your mind or on your instagram. You'll talk for years to come of the taste. The efforts the views of this. I experience we catalog. The feelings the depth the richness of this. I experience as well if he savor it. Not only are you far more likely to create a textual memory. You're capable of stepping outside yourself for just a moment creating space to witness yourself. Witnessing the moment so is open
Stocks Fall on Recovery Fears and China Tensions
"Of those money news down K. Y. W. we check in with Tom Busby a Bloomberg data they Brandon will economists from both Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley now say there is evidence of the world economy is starting to recover from the corona virus and all the rules restrictions placed on businesses and consumers but with about four minutes ago ahead of the opening bell on Wall Street it doesn't look like it Dow futures down two hundred eighteen point stocks long track to extend the losses we saw Thursday and Friday that's after president trump accused Beijing of creating the corona virus in a lab and then covering things up when it got out China denies the
Doctors reject Trump's dangerous suggestion to use disinfectant
"When I see the disinfectant Fort Knox in a minute four minutes and is there a way we can do something like that five injection instead of how much the cleaning because you see this in the lungs and it does a tremendous number will also be interesting to check here well that was yesterday it's called the trump teeny one part bleach one part disinfectant one tide pod can you take it with your morning coffee and it's guaranteed to cure coronavirus here's lots of things so puts hair on your head after died so the president saying that yesterday it was said to me not reckless like a lot of people say it was to me hilarious and it was stupid and silly and he showed up Saturday and it's not the end of the world but my goodness was it funny and you've got people taking it either not my way they're taking it one way or the other so you have the far left saying what well the far left is saying this is serious he really believes this the he's gonna get people killed and they're attacking you know that the far right are doing everything they can to say he didn't say that you guys he was just joking but everybody's so pending in the wind wind to fit the narrative that makes it work for them so what really happened so I mean I guess everybody's got you know their take on this and it's it's such an outlandish thing to say I'm but you know I just think it it was amusing because as soon as I heard it yesterday you know you and I looked at each other did he know it yeah he didn't really say and what some people are saying is you know what's gonna happen he was gonna happen people are actually going to do this people are gonna like people are gonna like they're gonna want some kind of pure L. drip you know going into their veins and I'll just say this if there's somebody out there that actually wants to take out trump up on this and go do it that's your problem it's not trump's problem that's your problem if you really want to listen to every single thing that he says and you want to do everything he says then you know what you're going to die you're going to die from putting some type of disinfectant inside of your body that's your problem so I'm sorry but I'm just taking this as I am amused by it and I don't need to put like a doctor on every five seconds like CNN and they're saying do you think this doctor do you think that this is is something that could end up harming people do you think that do you think maybe that could could happen do you think so let's ask Anderson Cooper and Dr Sanjay Gupta bleach and other disinfectants used to kill viruses on surfaces in your kitchen doing anything with that internally it's just doctors what we make and they also said it you know it needs to be studied actually it doesn't we know the answer to this one and there's a lot of things out there that we don't know the answers to we need to investigate but the idea that we would do a trial of some sort and inject some people with disinfectant and some people not then see what happens I think everybody would know that that would be
"four minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Yes and said, hey, can I ask you rob is going to say no, I didn't say that part of like can I ask you this question? Let's call you I've on air, but she's probably a person with a life and she's now response Email molest half hour. But that would we could have had an odd. Issa ruling possibly, but it's not gonna happen now. It looks like, well Claire, I will give I will turn it over to you. What do you say? I say, you know, just because just because you talked about movies today doesn't mean that the, the crappy movie leprechaun two next week. All right. That'd be veto. If we don't, if we're not excited about the movie. Yeah. We all the movie, we know we could feed the whole idea of saying, if like playing the hidden immunity, idol on the title or I don't think we could play the veto on could only the idea. But once the movie comes out, it's too late. I don't know. I don't know the rules, we've put movies in there. Why would you veto movie that we already put in there what? Maybe I'm not in the mood to talk about a movie next week. I want to do like the Royal rumble or the census, we then use veto at the point that the crappy movie diaper comes off your feet away. Oh, I didn't wasn't there should be a super veto also that comes Tony kid. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Yeah. Trust the wheel the wheel. Okay. Millennials killed it. We have still to talk about the census. The census might be tough to do the turnaround, but I think we could do it. Yeah, we'll be able to do it. People will be filling out the census left and right. Okay. The sequel mechanism melt Rushmore now Rushmore, I I'm worried about is a follow up to this episode. Interesting. And a key is mystery show to jeez. Okay. We didn't add any new ideas to the wheel for for this week. Correct. Okay. All right. So Claire, do you have anything in particular that you would not like to have come up? Oh, no. I just have one that, that I am excited or most excited for well, I'm a big Eric Stein fan, so. Yeah. We have no idea if you'll be available on very short notice. We'll see we just need to record before this upcoming weekend, and we could potentially make it work. But let's go ahead and see what we're going to talk about on Robin. Keeping you the podcast episode number thirty eight. Rouse, thinking, argon trail JT been on the wheel for almost a year point? Real people are going to think that it was rigged. But one of them come up the rise and fall of John Taylor. Thomas finally, after ten months on the wheel. Yes, it's really that the arrow is, like, almost exactly on the line between MTV shows trash and the rise, and fall of JT. It says rise and fall of JT now. How is this going to work? We have correspondent we've do, but she volunteered so long ago. Like I have to hope she's still like knows who we are. Okay. All right. So if for whatever reason that falls through recruiting a on the no, I, if I think she's our expert because I assume she's put in work, if whatever reason she falls through I wishing well. On Twitter goes us also anything about Jonathan Taylor Thomas. Right. I would not be qualified to be an expert on him. I would say there's you Claire, you're young. I think you're too young to remember the home improvement days days of JT. Remembers. Corner gas. Oh, yeah. That probably just always on a loop on Canada in Canada. That's actually that's the case. There's like some channels, you know, second-string local channel like literally plays coroner ga. All right. So Claire, thank you so much for joining us on the wheel segment. Yeah, thank you so much for having me on a lot of fun. Okay. Akiva. What are we talking about ratings? Now, we don't need to talk about ratings. I think we let people and this the. The will let them go. And so if people wanna let us know about coming to Minnesota, they won. They can go ahead. And I mean, how many other podcasts would do such a thing kiva listen, we try to regional things.
"four minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"You're gonna have to stop running for a few days. What's your best marathon time? Oh, I've never done the full one. Do do. Okay. I that's schedule might inhibit some of the ideas potentially on the wheel. Okay. So I don't know. I don't know if you're interested in this with rob. But I had this idea for a difference watching the end of movies. No. It's called Robin, Akiva, car-chase guys, car-chase guys, basically you live in LA. Yeah. Once a week, there's a big car chase. It'll be on the news for like hours at a time. Sometimes they last four hours, I was about to go to sleep like a couple months ago and this amazing one that went on for hours and hours and hours. And then the guy like eventually it ended, and I was thinking, what if we don't schedule a podcast, but we get an alert. I'm sure there's like a Twitter feed that could alert you when there's a car chase happening. Car-chase starts me and you get on the get on the air right away. Not literally there because we're not recording live and me and you record a podcast, but whatever the length of the car chases, and we're just doing play by play of the car chase no way. I am not interested. In any aspect of this. We'll there's the issue is like, all right. One issue is a lot of times guys running away for like, right? Bad reason, right? And we'd have to sort of discern quickly with bad reason was I don't like any podcasts. That it's like, okay drop everything. And now we're on a podcast, potentially that this could be four hours this I mean usually like two minutes. Could it ten minutes, and it could end.
"four minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"To financial stake in the outcome of every episode. And then you're coming off in like final four where we watched less four minutes of like two and a half movies at a four. When you be excited as the as the financial participant in the show if the next episode was I don't even want to say little known I'll say not known Canadian show called corner gas coming out of the fishbowl season three episodes. I mean ahead. Willink this. That would be rough. I don't even know what the show is. I don't know if they're clicking on the on the episode. The canadians. I'm sure would love. It's like a lot of the lot of pitches Klay are like you know what I would like and then they send it I feel. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't sell maybe sell. I had to serving gestation pun. It is now. Okay, I had to at least make the case, but well, a funny show. I just think like think of the ratings for that week. Yeah, no, it wouldn't no, the, the advertisers are already bailing. So. The university ladies would be pumped. But other other than that, okay? That's on. Yeah. Let me say, then I do I do support the filthy coming back to talk about Canadian slang thing at least. Yeah, super obscure Canadian shows we do at least need to make a Mark somehow feel tease, Canadian slang. What if he came up with ten words that are over? And then Ted words we should be saying, like instead of Canadian slang. What if it was like this word, isn't cool anymore? Like you can't say you can't say it's a lit late is over. But here's a new word you can't say so he's canceling words I think Canadian slang. He sounded on this another filthy appearance. I would definitely do that. All right. Just we have to fill. We've been discussing I also think with the sequels Vic sooner it comes back to let's excited people are. So the more time off, we have this is what I was telling Phil wait another month or two, and then put it on the wheel, people be excited by the time it comes out the couple sequels. We've done have been too soon. I think all right. So let's talk about mount renege more Keiv. Okay. Is that clear? Is that it for you? You don't have anything else. Let's, let's internet. Okay. I've got we've got a bunch sent in this week also I just wanted to before we get to the wheelspin just programming note. So next weekend, we will not have an episode. I'm going to be traveling. I have a vacation planned, this is the one time of year when I can get away. And so I'm going to be gone for the week of the tenth. And so we're going to record an episode during the week. And then air it sometime mid week around June twelfth thirteenth or so, and then have no new episode the following weekend either, and then me back with an episode around the twenty second or twenty third. So, basically, we will fill they'll, they'll be in a one episode with a ten day, ten days until the next episode. And then another ten days until the episode after that. So we're trying to the difference. Make sure to plan my plan my runway runs accordingly..
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"So that listeners have an idea of this, you know, brilliance coming out of out of Lucy slash Britney Spears. What does she say? Do you ever made the concept for? No. I'm saying do you wanna play the last twenty seconds of us roads? I have it handy to, to who. Developed the idea for this movie who? Shonda rhimes. Oh, okay. All right. Well, they can't all be winners. No. Yeah. You gotta you gotta learn from your stakes. She wrote this movie. Yeah. All right. Keep one of the movie to talk about. It's okay. So basically shut up Tim. This is like one of his main ideas was talking about the movie mama Mia. The sheriff Tim works very hard. You'll remember even ideas not. Here's like the hachler where we said are dead. Not sounding that bad. Yeah. He he literally edited, the whole thing for famously one one part of that show, the MRI part, he, so he cut the last four minutes of each of these four movies and send. So you worked very hard. He doesn't just give an idea lot of people just like give half an idea and then never follow up in wonder, like how come it's still in the waiting room or something of Tim makes a full go of it. However, he sent us the last four minutes of mama Mia, and what was playing as the four minutes started rub the crowns. Yeah. So I think he's confused what a moving because he's sending us, not the last four minutes of the film. But after the film is over and. They're saying the song, which makes sense. It's a musical. Right. And it's just the Chris, there is no dialogue in this last four minutes. It's literally just characters, I'm assuming they are extensively characters from the film, but they're just singing an abbess saw. Right. I don't know how we can talk about it. Like, what was he thinking? So I emailed him before said, I think you send us the wrong for minutes. He's like, no, I thought about this a lot, and I decided that's part of the movie. So I'm like, first of all, I think like probably per like the guild rules, like there's a lot of unions involved in this movie is literally over when the credits are play. Why the credit start playing otherwise they wouldn't be playing the credits they could flash them afterwards, like this film is over. I've never seen a movie still going as like with the plot. And the and the credits are like they're already up to like the fourth gaffer. Yeah. So I don't know. We could talk about from a, so I know a little bit of the plot of mama Mia. I a little bit of it. But if. I did not know the plot of mama Mia. I would think, oh, this is the ABA bio pic. Meryl Streep and the other women are the people in above, and this is them at their concert. And this is the concert of, like they close the movie of I've watched mama Mia is the story of Allah coming up, and then we see them perform in concert at the end of the movie. Now, can I make a confession that people probably would not expect? Okay. You're a big fan. No, I'm not. But I've seen mama Mia. Right before went to Broadway. They were doing previews in Toronto and I went with with summer camp. They took us to mama Mia. So I've seen this play to in summer of two thousand writing years ago. Right. I don't remember the plot but I've seen the whole play I know all the songs. But I don't like showed up Tim. I this makes those sets we can't review this less four minutes because I'm sure something happened that the end of the movie that was not people sing the song, like do you remember? What is, is it like nobody knows who the dad of some baby is, what's the point of mama Mia? Yeah. I think the girl doesn't know who her dad is, I think three potential. She just falls down the stairs and become the move. Right. Okay. She's know who her father is and she's on the on on the hunt for the three guys. Yeah, that's base. That's basically it. I m d bags with the mama Mia cast, we could do the mom Mia cats 'cause I know the plot. I don't know what else to do here. Let's see. Okay. Okay. I feel like she's on the down swing. I.
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"I guess you didn't need it the her young Britney Britney plays, Lucy Wagner, and young, Lucy Widener, do wanted to guess who played britney's younger self Jamie Lynn Sigler Jamie Lynn spears Sigler with his apprentice. Yeah. The daughter from the sopranos. But that's a good. Guess? Yeah. The you know what I'm talking about. Okay. Yeah. I know what you're saying. Yeah. So then then how does it? So she goes into a like American idol American dishes. Show, but not on a TV show. It's just a bunch of record exempts in a room, she sings a song, but it's her song, real-life, not yet, a girl, not yet a woman, probably things that concerts. Yeah. And like she's thirty seven so it's a weird song. I'm gonna soom. She considers us a woman at this point yet, probably. She was eighteen she was, she's got, like a bunch of kids. Right. She was eighteen when she wrote it. But you still sing that song. I didn't realize Britney Spears was a real name. I always assumed she had like stage name. It's not a bad name for a. Yeah. Anyway, so she sings it. And then I guess the part she gets a standing ovation from the record executive was the guy that she made out with he was the drummer, I, he was either the drummer, or there was another guy was like clapping in the background. I'm not sure there was a bunch like people were very excited by this. Oh dish. And it was maybe the greatest addition in history. Yeah. And so then we end up going right from the addition to we have these three girls on the beach, I guess there must have been some sort of a time capsule elements of it, and I guess the first scene in the movie. Time capsule. They, they opened it up and I'm getting guessing from the title. They're at a crossroads in their life and they. You think that's what it is? I think so. And then we see them talk about how this time they didn't make any wishes for the future. They just put stuff in the box, and they buried it. And right around the beach, Akiva, no chance that this thing did not get washed their burying like fifteen feet from close back next week. It's going to be gone. It's gone already. It's gone very bad place to bury time capsule. Yeah. And so who are the friends? I always sell Dan and Taryn manning, or probably the it's just the girls. It ends with the girls. Not the boy, she made out with two minutes ago. Right. Right. So there I mean who who's we have no way to guess what happened in the middle part of the movie? I mean we we've nailed the opening in the end. And then there's no there's nothing here to guide us down this crossroad. Let's make a few guesses. Okay. Yeah. Do you think there was like two boys? Choose between and now showing her choosing the boy and things I don't think there was a second guy. I think it was just one guy who think the what do you think sort of the obstacle that she has to overcome in this movie small town, girl, wants to make it big in music, people out her? She ends up going out on her own against the advice of many other figures in her life. Not sure whether Dan ackroyd says you can do it or I don't believe in you. But ultimately, she perseveres like I have no idea what the other girls were doing. The other two friends. I have no idea. But I'm pretty sure that this is going to be Britney story. Yeah. I would assume that it's not like a three way a three headed monster. I think it's Britney and they're just supporting actress had their own like be stories stories. You should we check the plot of this movie. Let's a why not why not. All right. So Lucy kid in Maimi. And we're right. That's always down in Taryn manning, or friends in a small Georgia town as children. They bury a wish box valid dig it up on their high school..
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"Owner mill owner handed to well, and into marrying her by saying that sue Ellen got tired of waiting and married, another suitor, so who she trick. And the marrying some guy. Some guy wealthy for younger beyond say, though. Yeah. So Frank Ashley Rhett, and several other accomplices, make a night raid on a shanty town after Scarlett attacked while driving through it alone resulting in francs death when Frank's funeral been just died. Okay is over rep proposes to Scarlett, and she accepts they have a daughter whom, retinas, Bonnie blue but Scarlett still pining for Ashley and chagrined at the perceived ruin of her figure let's read no that she wants no more children, and that they will no longer share a bed. Now. She's not married with to him that, right. You to her husband just died. Well, yes, she, but they're engaged okay? I have a daughter sense saying to wedding one day, Franks mill Scarlett and Ashley are seen embracing. Ashley sister, India and harboring. An intense dislike of scarlet. She eagerly spreads rumors later that evening, read heard the rumors forces Scarlets attend birthday party for Ashley incapable of believing anything bad about her Melanie stands by scarlet side. So that all know that he believes the gossip to be false after returning home from the party Scarlett finds Rhett downstairs drunk, and they argue about Ashley Rhett, kisses, scarlet against her will stating his intent to have sex with her that night and carries a struggling Scarlett to the bedroom sucks. Yeah. Boy, this whole movie. I got big problems with everything that goes on in this movie. Yeah, I agree. I is or. Yeah. And I blame showed up, Tim the next day, read apologize for his behavior, all for scarlet divorce. She rejects it would be a disgrace married. I don't know..
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"The twelve oaks party. Scarlet privately, declares feelings for Ashley, but he rebuffs her saying that he and Melanie or more compatible, obviously, because they're cousins, scarlet since common when she discovers that another guest or Rhett Butler overheard. The conversation, the barbecue it's we could agree. She sounds like a nightmare. Yeah. Okay. The barbecue is disrupted by the declaration of war, and the men rushed to enlist in a scarlet washes, Ashley kiss Melanie by melanie's younger brother, Charles proposes to her. And although she does not love him lit. No. I it's like hey oh, we're all going to war. Quick. Engage proposal somebody. Yeah. That makes sense. Scarlet ends up being widowed when Charles dies from about of pneumonia and measles. Please get vaccinated while serving in the confederate army way with their confederates. Yeah. Jeeze. I did you miss the part about the plantation, if play I got that. Yeah. That makes sense. I please is ever. So everyone here's is, is the confederate army. In the south. Right up Scarlets mother sends her to the Hamilton home in Atlanta cheer her up, although her the o'hara's outspoken house, slave mammy tells Scarlett, she knows she's going there, only to wait for ashes, returned scarlet who should not attend a party while in mourning. It tends to charity bizarre Atlanta, where Melanie again meets read, who's now a blockade runner in the confederacy. What's the blockade runners that? Like a sprinter. It's a it's a Mench merchant vessel use for aiding name. So he was in the he was in the confederate navy like okay. He's an athlete. Yeah. No, no athlete. Okay. And they're celebrating confederate victory to raise money for the confederate war effort, the gentlemen are invited to bid for ladies to dance with them and rent makes an inordinately large bid for Scarlett to disprove of the guests, and she agrees dance with him now the tide of wars turning against the confederacy Elliot's the battle of Getty. Berg and many of the men of Scarlets town or killed scarlet makes another unsuccessful appeal to Ashley while he is visiting on Christmas furlough, although they share up private and passionate kiss in the parlor Christmas day, just before he returns to war. I mean, scarlet look men are dying out here. No time for love. Yeah. So Ashley the cousin lover, she's she likes to cousin love right now, right? Eight months later as the city is besieged by the union. Army Scarlett and her young house. Slave Prissy must deliver melanie's baby without medical systems, that she goes, the premature labor afterwards, scarlet calls upon Rhett, take her to Tara, with Melanie, her baby, and Prissy. He collects them in a horse wagon. But once they're out of the city they choose to go off to fight leaving Scarlett and the group to make their own way back to Tara and upon going home Scarlett finds Tara, deserted, except for her father sisters to former slaves mammy and pork. Scarlett learns that our mother has died of typhoid fever, and her father is becoming competent with Tara pillaged by union troops, in the fields on intended, scarlet that she will do anything for the survival of her family, and herself, you following this, so far, I know, mammy had McDaniel won best actress, because someone wrote in and said that the whole story about how you for portraying slaves. She one of the best supporting actress best actress was when my scarlet. But she wasn't allowed at the premiere although she was led to give her speech when she won the Oscar okay think the first African American Academy Award winner if I'm not mistaken. Yeah. All right. So partout partout as the o'hara's work in the cotton field. Scarlets father is killed what he's thrown from a horse and attempt to chase away a scalawags on the land with the defeat of the confederacy Ashley also returns, but he is of little help at Tara, when Scarlett begs him to run away with her. He confesses his desire for her, and they kiss passionately, but he says he can't leave Melanie, that's the cousin unable to taxes on Tara implemented by the Reconstructionist. Scarlet duped, her younger, sisters sullen fiancee, the middle age and wealthy..
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"But they still should have filmed this in the daytime, maybe. So he walks out. He seems like the world's biggest douche like what she. Yeah. Unless she is an awful character in the movie, I think he's kind of brat. She's a breath. So she deserves it like the hail. I didn't say that. I didn't say that. You question. Yeah. In if, if does the movie want us to think he's the good guy or she's the good guy or nobody's a good guy or they're both good. Like that's what I want to know. So I think that in the nineteen thirty nine audiences. I think that they're saying, like good. She's getting her come up here. But I think that a modern audience would would would not be sympathetic to Mr., Mr. rent imagine. You had an argument your wife, and then you're leaving the house for the day. And you say, frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn like your stuff is going to be in the in the frigate backyard or in the in the furnace, when you get back, Rosebud get Rosebud at your childhood sled is going to be got. So it's did she cheat on him? Maybe. And that's why like he is the. You don't think she cheated there was no cheating back, then I think there was cheating, but I don't think do you think cheating started? I think was the first cheater think. You know, I think it was a lot of cheating going on for for a long time. I don't think that this started in civil wartimes, okay? Pre-civil war. Maybe a revolutionary war. They started with cheating. I don't like they're having reason that show not covet thy neighbor's wife is in the ten commandments. I think people listened to that. And nobody coveted for. We're listening. You don't think people listened, they heard straight from God, and then they're like, no, no, you're the expert. There was no cheating happening in the bible. I'm sure someone cheated somewhere. Yeah. You don't have any Old Testament cheating stories while so they had a bunch of wives back, then also, so could have multiple wives. I don't know if that helps cheating probably not. But so he's leaving he's going to Charleston. She's hearing voices at the end Tara Tara, Tara. She's. Flan. She's a she's gonna win back. It's not gonna work. He's don't think is there a sequel to gone with the wind going to win two or goner with the wind gone with regard again with the wind gone girl, not the secrets those girl girls. Now the sequel, yeah, I don't know if there's a sequel also one complain about these movies from the late thirties, early forties. People back then must have an extremely stupid because they have to tell you when the movie's over they have to flash on the screen, the end both these movies, have it. It's like yeah. We get it. They're like people wouldn't just sit in the future for weeks if they didn't flash the end on it. I had or no. This is a much better time than that for many reasons. But I just think people really dumb. They thought this was a good movie. First of all, I wanna know why I'm actually very curious of all these movies. We did. I wanna Google and find that like, what she did to deserve this bad anywhere. He just slams the door in her face and said, I don't give a damn. Well, let's look. Yup. I don't think he cheated you don't think he cheated. But, like also her what do you think of her acting? I'm not. I wasn't visor these actors bad acting. Yeah, she's crying. But it's very much like the first day of acting class..
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"Punching scandals articles that attach Thatcher's biz interests after the stock market crash twenty nine he had sell controlling interest of his newspaper to Thatcher us. So the guy he hates had to sell it to you want to start reading here. Okay. Back in the present Thomson, interviews, Kane's, personal business manager Mr. Bernstein Bernstein recalls, how Cain hired the best journalists available to build the Enquirer circulation Cain rose to power by successfully manipulating public opinion regarding the Spanish, American war, and marrying. Emily norton. The niece of the president of the United States. And only Norton as a fake president. Yeah. I think we get the gist of this yada, yada, yada. Back in the present Susan now, consensus interview with Thomson and recalls her failed opera career. Boy, I mean, how many different tangents is going on Canaan finally allows her to abandon her singing career after she attempts suicide, what a what your spent dominated by Kane and living in isolation. Xanadu Susan leaves Kane Kane's, Butler, Raymond recounts that after Susan leaves him Cain begins violently destroying the contents of her bedroom. He suddenly comes down when he sees the snow globe. And says Rosebud. A sounds like a baby. Pacify this Rosebud. Yeah. So very highly acclaimed says, I think we should throw it in the furnace, like his workers are doing with the sled. It's weird, the movie ends. I don't know if you saw the end of the film before the credit says most of the principal actors and citizen Kane or new to motion pictures, and we're gonna introduce them, that's, like a weird thing, right movies. It's like these guys did not to act, so please take it easy on them. Maybe that's why this movie so popular like people were just being kind to these new actors, did they become anything? Well, Orson Welles. What didn't he make isn't he the director, I guess, so? And then I don't recognize any of the other names, but doesn't mean they didn't have great careers. We just don't know who they are on this Moorhead I feel like is famous. She's in this, she's John's mother Erskine Sanford donor. I think it's a him either way Akita the movie was re released in nineteen ninety one fifty year anniversary how much did it make it the box office in black and white? They didn't. They didn't add color, like I don't think, okay going to say two point three million. Close one point six million. Ooh. So people were not interested in seeing a black and white boring movie in the theater. Okay. Okay. All right. Let's available on Blu Ray now. Okay. Alright Akiva should we talk about moving number two? Yeah. Where should we go next gone with the wind? All right. I got a lot of takes gone with the wind. I've never seen it. I let me let me set up what's happening here. It seems like this is just one big long break-up where we have Scarlett and Rhett reds, leaving and Scott, it's like no don't don't leave she's crying. I'm sorry. I love you. And he's like. I'm out of here, and yes, you just chasing around just like no don't leave me. And he's like, no, sorry leaving very, very cold. Very unemotional. And she's a little left very distressed. When he walks out of the house was she dry. He drops a very fair. The one line open this movie that super famous. Yes, right. Which one frankly my dear, I don't give a damn. And then he leaves..
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"Maybe we have some matrix stands that are out there that we have matrix stands. Yeah. You'd think so. Like it was a popular movie. I was never a big matrix guy. But I'm sure there's a matrix stands. I mean, there was everybody was a matrix stand in nineteen ninety nine also don't call the second movie reloaded. I feel like that's a bad name for a sequel. That's like the name for the sixth movie in a series not. The third one was called. You remember. It's another re-something. Revolution heavily real really, bad names, matrix reloaded, sent straight to DVD. So I'm kind of on your side here. I think they went off the rails, art. So for citizen Kane, it's a little different than maybe other ones because you have a lot of me with it, do we need to look at the Wikipedia and see. I mean. I mean. Is are my takeaways off? Did you have a big other takeaway on citizen? Kane. No. I mean, I like now that you say that do you know, the people are in the warehouse, who were talking about Cain. And do you know why he's called citizen Kane? Nobody should I start by going by citizen Keaveney instead of TV. I don't know why he's citizen Kane. I feel like that he's like somehow involved in politics. But I don't know what the title and shouldn't be like congressman Cain or site. Or no, I don't know. I don't know what is going on here. So, yeah, I just know the ending fame famous ending. That's it. If this was middle four minutes, I would not be able to tell you one thing that happen is Cain in the whole movie, or is he? I think so, so he's like, in the movie and then at the anti dies. I'm not sure I feel like that. We see I feel like it starts with him dying, and then we sort of, like get the rest of his life. Okay. So it's like a flower. Maybe that's why it's famous. It's like I mean I finish this whole episode is just an exercise like boy, Robin kiva really dumb right? Like baby people we were smarter half of our episodes are, basically. That's what it is, like, Robin, Akiva, Dono things that a lot of other people. Right. But also the like that. They like feeling smart. They, they get the feel smart pike is just don't drag us after the like as you listen, like. Us and explain what it is. We have we could be looking. Let's look it up in a minute. Let's, let's. Okay. Citizen kane. All right, what's, what's going on here in citizen. Kane and now, people don't have to see the movie then they could just listen to this spoilers for a for a. Eighty year old movie almost in a mansion in xanadu, which is vast palatial estate in Florida. Ooh. Maybe we could Airbnb they're on the elderly Charles foster Kane is on his deathbed. He's holding a snow globe, utters, the word, Rosebud dies. The globe slips from his hands. It's measures on the floor and the newsreel Pichu airy tells the story of the life of Cain an enormously wealthy newspaper publisher back, then I guess that was like a way to get rich. Yeah. Now it's a way to go. Real broke is, is or like if you're Jeff Bezos and it's just like you know hobby. Yes..
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"So at the very end of the four minutes, you see something burning. He's got a lot of workers look like Marilyn Luigi throwing stuff in a furnace, right? And one of the things they throw in the first has the word Rosebud on it. Did you crack the code there? Did you figure out what they're talking about? Yeah. I, I mean it's sort of like the like a famous thing where I've never seen this movie before. But I know that Rosebud is sled. It's a sled. Yeah. That's the whole thing is that it was a wise that a big deal. The sled being Rosebud was the thing that he had when he was a kid. It's a sled. And then he was this guy who had this rate life, but I guess, in his dying words, he says, Rosebud and that's supposed to be that, you know, everything that he had all he wanted was this toys, he had when he was a kid. That's the whole shtick that he did. I it's from nineteen forty one. I think maybe this is like an original thought of nine hundred forty one it's like, hey, if I could just be rich, all of I'll have everything that I wanted, I'll be happy and nobody ever thought of before. Well, the only thing that will make you happy was this toy. You had when you were little and it doesn't matter that all these riches didn't bring him happiness. Interesting. So you think the first anybody ever had that thought I think? Because now people. Make sense. There's a lot of rich people that are unhappy. But I think that maybe in nineteen forty one, you know, coming out of the depression years. No, it's a silver, would you have known it to sled had, you not apparently been spoiled about this movie already because it's black and white? I couldn't like I knew it was like something. But to me, it looked like any sort of household object or no may, I think there's also in the that from what I understand..
"four minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I hope the ladder, except he wrote the later because famously notice fell it's like a nice touching version of the roast. So he wants us to describe our funerals in. Yeah. Maybe we should have done that this week. What do you think it is that should we put that ideal right on the wheel, Robin? Akiva, are dead. How about this, what we see how this one goes? I mean, if this podcast goes, great, then we say, hey, shut up. Kim knows what he's talking about. And if it doesn't go so great. Then we say maybe showed up Tim's ideas are not up. Tim's money was great. But we let's let's see if he's hot or not. Yeah, I think we're still not doing that. When I look into like who's going to snub, your funeral route who'd he thinks going to be a big snub at your snow? I think it would be I don't know where it would be held. I think it would have to be an LA. You've been there too long till I go back to New York for a funeral now. Yeah. I don't know if there's going to be that many. Yeah. That's the pressing. Yeah, not a lot of, but I feel like they'll be a lot of survivors. Their fans will come if you have enough time, why I'm saying us, obviously begun before you. But I don't know. I don't know I've never really thought about that it showed up. So it must be thinking about his. This is going to be a lot of survivor snaps. Snubs and flubs. All right. Let's speaking of funerals. Let's, let's start with this episode. Okay. So we're going to be looking at where we have already looked at the final four minutes of four different films to all time classics, too, not so much, I guess, depending on who you ask, I'm sure some of them are favorites of some of the listeners, and we've watched these four films that we have not seen before we watch the final four minutes that were the final four minutes were cut by shut up him and sent in, and we've watched them and we're gonna talk about that. And then I guess we're gonna look on Wikipedia to see what the synopsis was to see where where we were right in Rome. Yeah. We'll see if we understood. So what should we start with route? I guess let's start with citizen, Kane, one of the four films, I, let's just to sit this up the four films that we're gonna talk about today are citizen. Kane gone with the wind. Wind, and then in our wacky pile, we're gonna talk about the Britney, Spears, film cross, crossroad, or crossroads with. I think it's plural crossroad roads. And then the original mama Mia. Not to me is not the sequel to here. We go again. Right. Okay. All right. So we watch the final four minutes of the famous citizen Kane kiva. What, what, what do you want to describe the action here in the final four minutes of citizen Kane? So they're in some sort of warehouse, tell me if you think I'm wrong. They're in a big warehouse. And there's I guess Kane who was a citizen. I think is now dead. He is dead. Yeah. And they're looking through his stuff. I guess he was a rich guy in his got a lot are they movie props at stuff from, like his giant mansion? I don't think it's movie props. I it's that basically this is for nineteen forty one 's citizen. Kane Kane, I guess was a big was a big deal. And this is like all his stuff like this is like his, Mr. screws, like treasure vaults, like sort of been like. Laid out. And there's a lot of talk about how his last word was Rosebud and as a lot of talk about like, boy, if we could just understand what that meant. It's like we can really understand the man. So that's like the most famous thing from this movie. Right. Rosebud is supposedly like a big twist. But I watched last four minutes of this film, and I gotta say, I got I have no idea. So at the very end of the four minutes, you see something burning. He's got a lot of workers look like Marilyn Luigi throwing stuff in a furnace, right? And one.
"four minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"That could be the podcasters yelling at the listeners. Okay. All right. Anything else in regards to Minnesota? I think that's it. RAM EP at Rob's website, the com or tweet at me, or DM me, and let us know if you're not coming. You don't have to tell us I think that's fine. I, I wanna come. But, like that's okay. But if you're coming, let us know. And so we could start planning ahead for that. And then if we do hear from enough people, then we'll update you in the next episode and talk about what the live show. We'll ideas are potentially going to start sending ideas for that. If you have an idea, hey, this would work great for a live show. It has to be something that's it can like it can't be to visual, right? Because we also have to release it as a podcast, right? And it can't be something with, like, okay. Caitlyn Herman life. Coach. I is like we need like we would needlessly fly in Caitlyn Herman righty. That's our way to get it. Maybe we have a local guest that we would look things are on the table for the maybe there are things that you could only do in Minnesota that are part of his. This potential idea. Yeah. That's all right. We are what our Minnesota Centric renege Reneged by by. interviewing Chester's friend, that was hitting up the strip clubs for the thirty six hours before the podcast that guys come in. He's invited. Also, any, you know, people are like, well, what happens if like a real weirdo wants the Cup? So if you're sitting at home, and you're if you're listening to this k- want to come to Minnesota, but, like I know deep down a serial killer. Then I think you have to sit this out, right? We respect you. Yeah. Right. Like, but, but you have I think you can't come here because I put us in jeopardy. So if you are serial killer, or, you know, leave if you only murder, like once or what, what makes someone a killer three murders, I think one murder one murder. That's not in self defense. I think we'd overlook self-defense. Yes. So if you've done murdering probably sit this one out. But if you know you just had some light, arson will probably let you come flight away. What constitutes? Light, arson fire, wearing them like not a full house. But maybe like a like a shed some shatter. So is it by accident? Did you leave oily rags accident? I don't think it's arson. I think it's only arson. If it's is that arsenal firebugs, no no firebomb. No, you. Because then they get if we get an Airbnb, we don't want to burning down there being be. That's right. That's true. No arsonists and no murders. Please. Okay. All right. Kiva should we set up what we're doing here on the final four? Please do because this is a little bit of a confusing premise. Do we know who sent this in the who shot up Tim say, we do too many Tim ideas? And they might really be saying it after today. We don't know shut up to him. Can I tell you what shut up Tim sent me this week as, as a pitch that he wanted in the mail bag? Yes. Just because people are like, how come you take somebody Tim ideas and the really answers because he sends so many in. And you should see the ones I reject. Here's the one I reject that recently podcast idea. Robin kiva are dead in this morbid podcast. Robin kiva discuss what they think they're funerals will be like hula tend tool snub, and what will happen to their podcast post, Robin, Akiva, conclude, episode presenting the geez, that they wrote for each other, or they touching are they said, or they funny..
"four minute" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Just as high. And we're coming off of a great episode of the podcast, where you and I got together with baby name expert. Jennifer moss to talk about naming a real baby that's coming in just a few months. We named a baby last week, a lot of. Smart, Aleck listeners, or pointing out that we didn't name the baby that Jennifer did. Oh, well, well who book Jennifer for the podcast? Yeah. Whose idea was the show. I guess it was Corey, the dad. We. Yeah. We looked for the name she came up with was listener suggests that ideal so that we just happened not to have mentioned on the air. Yeah, I'm taking at least one third of the credit, total get a third of the credit. Okay. So real fun episode last week. If you missed that one shirt that check that out in our podcast feed, or on rob has a website dot com. And of course, we're going to talk about the final four minutes of movies and later on in this episode, we'll do our wheelspin with a guest. If people wanna make sure that they don't stop listening at any point, because we have a guest, who's coming to spin the wheel with us, Akiva. A listener named Clair who's got quite the tale to tell. Okay. We'll talk about that. But up I there's been some talk at the end of episode of the podcast, but we decided to discuss this up front, the Robin kiva road trip where Alexander Chester and Akiva had been talking for some time on the thirty two fans podcast about a road trip to Minnesota in July to go. See two different Mets. Twins baseball games, Akiva. Yeah. A lot of people say that we don't respect middle America. That's where the meet me in the middle Nebraska idea came from, and we're showing much respect to middle America as possible by going there me, you Chester and literally any listener who wants to come with us. All listeners wanna come with us. Are going to be going to Minnesota or Minneapolis Minnesota in July. What are the dates too? I think in seventeen Tuesday, the sixteenth and Wednesday the seventeenth of July. Yeah, we're getting into early afternoon and we're all leaving. I crack on Thursday morning. Yeah. We're we are at it's happening. We have booked tickets. You're welcome to book tickets and come with us. We believe plane tickets. We book plane tickets book, sorry. Correct. We are we book plane tickets. Right. I think the schedule is roughly, we're going to a game on Tuesday night and a game Wednesday afternoon. Yeah. I think both nights we will be doing a podcast, I the first night would be late night. Thirty two fans after the baseball game and then the Wednesday night would be Robin Keaveney, Nita podcast, potentially. I think that a lot of this hangs in the balance of how many people are turning out for any of this because if there's ten people, I. I think that we're looking at maybe just, you know, one like I don't think we need to do to podcasts in that's true. Minnesota for eight people. That's true. Yeah. Complete contingent on if people are interested, if they wanna come, but the beams are definitely happening. We'll do one or two podcasts, we'll probably go to the mall of America. We got a complaint. I mentioned Wayne. If someone wants to go canoeing, Chester will come canoeing, can someone in the thirty two fan sites, not even sure if there are Annapolis, and they might just be some sports guy..
"four minute" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"Q being typical as an asian cubbies been shot out at cannon i'm getting nervous about it tell dock we had him on i like to technology could spec stock mastercard is your bunga doing a fantastic job there twitter we screw it out the other day but that's okay and this portfolio because it's not gonna conflict and can't it be growth we had them on look i gotta tell you the pot stocks are right we know canada just a proven that stocks hunt so we've got plot what else am i going to call it okay we've got a chinese stock we've got medical technology we have financial technology and we've got a social media company i'm going to bless this as long as you understand that this is a lot of high risk in a portfolio let's go to bob my home state of new jersey bob thank you for taking my call jim or of course i guy versus say say i've got boeing apple four minute in video and general electric right here we go okay boeing aerospace apple technology for net all right well this is cyber security right now we're going to be okay no we're not going to be okay 'cause we got invidia which granville chips we can't have we have a video allow that but not everyone ford we're gonna put in of course manufacturing and we're gonna put in we'll use merck these i'm trying to come up with a genetic healthcare company just to be able to produce tech guys all these portfolios have a little too much risk for my taste let's get a little bit more conserved its dividends in there and i'll feel better stick with framer hitter sweet day here from the mad money family we bid farewell and good luck to abby stevenson she joined the peace corps and she's moving to swan humbled she is all heart we are proud to know her we will miss her very very much okay tomorrow we'd have selling why because red hat one of our cloud kings cut the forecast i don't think it's as bad as the stock indicates but understand that there's going to be tech gloom to go with the industrial gloom and i just say sometimes you got a tough it out that's the best thing to do i like say there's always we'll market to find it just for you right here on mad money jim cramer and i will see you to morrow.
"four minute" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Under instructions i'll say to to allow them to kiss his tick wait it's like i mean that's a pretty big claim you you feel like he was told to not stop the action to let john do what he was doing to buy who i spoke to rest i've spoke to maybe directly but you could see you you've seen the far you could see how worth four minutes four minutes against the cage we've jumped to nothing but burying his head on the boesak what the heck is that he's four minutes of that me i'm picking him he did nothing there was no strong from it it wasn't it wasn't affected wrestling it's like me it's like me doing you know double jobbing finance for four minute starts effective is affected that's fine you know reference come up do something he was doing into four minutes about the first round and there was moments in the second and third maybe for for as long period but where he wasn't doing anything that's it just starts stand up scholley you know and who do you think told him that someone did someone didn't want me to win that night someone did want me to win i know may yes is it's up to me you know to to make temp to bring the where i wanted but it's also jump fitch to finish finish the five or do something advantage position that she he really wasn't trying to do something i feel like i was up against up against rest up against ballot off again so home crowd if i was in england maybe got others referee maybe they'll train wreck rate it'd be there would have been a lot more.
"four minute" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast
"The creators of intellectual properties and it's it's just truly amazing how it's transcended the artists themselves you know just as truly allowed those songs and those i don't want to categorize it like a catalog but those particular songs really have meaning to people's lives i mean they've you know it's medicine it's it's nutrition you know music if music doesn't i think we're gonna give you my approach anything that have created whether it was a commercial hit or a fan favourite or friend favorite i've always approach you know working with any produces whether it's child west whether it's you know anyone that i've ever worked with very significantly we approach each song is though it's a movie so each song is four minute movie per se and you have to tell that story within that four minutes obviously learning from the greats before me my counterparts my you know if the people that meyer even today had an opportunity to work with you know from the teddy riley of the world and i'm saying for the production side of it you know kyle west teddy riley eddie s i don't wanna miss anyone but just just so many amazing people that have learned from you know obviously the quincy jones of the world you have to work with quincy quincy delight jones junior you know it's just it's it's a blessing to learn you know and be influenced by such greats and and and related that my journey allowed me to.