35 Burst results for "nineteen months"

‘Black Widow’ Soars to Pandemic Box Office Record

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

‘Black Widow’ Soars to Pandemic Box Office Record

"It was the good old days at movie theaters this past weekend it was like twenty nineteen all over again for movie fans Black Widow has posted the best box office numbers since before the pandemic hit the movie starring Scarlett Johannson took in an estimated eighty million dollars in ticket sales over the weekend that is the best total since Star Wars the rights of sky Walker hit movie screens in twenty nineteen months before the pandemic took hold what makes the total even more impressive is that Disney released the movie to theaters at the same time and placed it on its streaming service the numbers for Disney plus are not available but the box office numbers suggest that movie goers are becoming more confident about venturing back to the nation's multiplexes I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Boeing's Latest 737 MAX Headache

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Boeing's Latest 737 MAX Headache

"Welcome to the czech six podcast. I'm joanne somo editorial director. For the aviation week network. Boeing seems to be a company that just can't shake off bad news late last year. The seven three seven max was cleared by us regulators to return to service just as the company had to halt deliveries of its seven eight seven wide bodies to quality control issues seven eight seven. Deliveries resumed late march. But now sixteen max. Customers have been forced to temporarily ground their airplanes due to production issues with power units certification of the triple seven x wide body has been delayed by last minute. Problem with the design of the aircraft flight control system and on the military front blowing continues to write off losses on the tanker program and was just ousted from a three way competition to build the next generation of ground-based us missile interceptors. It's safe to say boeing's leadership team and is board are on the hot seat as the company prepares for its annual meeting on april twentieth. Joining me to make sense of all this are for aviation week. Editors sean broderick michael bruno guy norris. And yen's floto sean. Let's start off with you Dissuade is max. Problem has nothing to do with the two crashes in the nineteen month grounding that followed. So what's going on. How many airplanes are effective. And how long is this going to take to get resolved. Yes first of all. That's absolutely right. This has no this latest Production slash design issue and. We'll talk a little bit more about that in a minute. A predates both accidents It dates to early two thousand and nineteen and it has to do with Grounding and bought and wire bonding in a standby power control unit so backup emergency power. Let's call it when the airplane is either on the ground and has no power or more critically when its in flight

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How to get the best results with Magic Mastering

Podcasting Q&A

03:56 min | 8 months ago

How to get the best results with Magic Mastering

"Team buds sprout. This is marissa host of the live blissed out. Podcast my question relates to the magic mastering feature you offer. Do you recommend that. I upload my episodes as is for magic mastering or should i still make adjustments by editing software before uploading. Thanks for all your support. Thanks for your question marissa magic. Mastering is a new feature that we recently added in bus route that allows you to automatically mix and master your podcast episodes to improve your audio quality without adding a ton of extra work but there are certainly some things that you still want to do. When you're editing your podcast episode to get the best results. I talked about the three things you should continue to do. Even if you start using magic mastering the first thing is get a really clear audio recording as greatest magic mastering is it is not a miracle worker and so if you are recording in a super echoey environments or your guest is recording with their phone and they have a bad connection or you have a lot of cross talk and microphone bleeds. You can hear yourself in. Your co hosts microphone magic. Mastering cannot magically fix that as great as it is doing other things magically so you want to get a really clean recording for your podcast episode that means recording every single person on their own track in your editing software. It means recording and a really solid environment where you're going to reduce echo and it's going to sound really crisp really clear and that means using proper technique where you're about four finger. Widths away from your microphone. The second thing you want to do is get your volume levels in the ballpark of where they need to be. So a really nice level and then your co host recorded a little bit louder than you and your guests was really quiet. Then you want adjust those so they're all about the same. You don't have to get them perfect. But you do. Want to get in the ballpark. And the last thing that you want to do is remove any unwanted. Sounds that you don't want to make it into your podcast episode. Now we're not talking about you. Know air conditioning. Units or low background noise. That's something magic master can take care of and we'll get to that in a second but i'm talking about dogs barking talking about kids screaming. Someone has a coughing fit in the middle of the interview. Those are the kind of things that you want to remove from your podcast episode before you upload it to basra and use magic mastering so now. Let's talk about the things you no longer have to do. Once you start using magic. Mastering and the first one is levelling magic. Mastering applies adaptive leveling to your entire podcast episode. So it sounds like everyone's recording at the same volume all the time and this really is a step beyond a regular normalization effect which analyzes the entire audio clip and then does one major adjustment to the whole file adaptive leveling split your podcast episode up into little chunks and applies normalization and leveling effects. Along the way so that even if someone is loud one point soft at another point magic. Mastering we'll take care of that. The second thing you longer have to worry about is background noise and hum reduction so if there's a fan going on the back of your room when you're recording your episode and you notice it gets picked up in your microphone magic. Mastering will take care of that. If your neighbor two doors down is mowing the lawn and you can kind of hear it in the background. You don't have to take care of that and your editing software magic. Mastering will do that for you. And if you have an n line which means that you have a poorly shielded. Xlr cable or usb cable and you have this really nasty In the background of your audio recordings matching mastering. Take care of that too. So those are notoriously difficult to get rid of in your podcast. Editing software use noise gates. You gotta use plug ins all this kind of stuff magic. Mastering will do that. And then the last thing that you no longer have to worry about is loudness targeting. So best practice for podcast. Episodes is to target your loudness setting essentially the perceived volume podcast episode two negative sixteen left's using a stereo file or negative nineteen months if you're exporting as a modified magic mastering will automatically apply that loudness targeting for you see. You don't have to worry about it any more. Thank you for sending the extra question marissa.

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Boeing 737 MAX Return Nears

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Boeing 737 MAX Return Nears

"You've been writing about the Max since it was grounded. Last March it's really looks like it's coming back. Doesn't it? It looks like it's close the and we said this. Several times in the past now coming up nineteen months since the grounding. but the this past week the FAA released the latest draft. Minimum Training Standards so the Flight Standardization Borg reports called. And those are going to set the baseline from training around the world. It's a big deal because in addition to the software and flight control computer and flight control computer software in M CASS. UPDATES Boeing has been required to do their a huge emphasis over the last call it twelve months on improved training, and if you look at the current Flight Standardization Board report and the draft report that was put out in March two, thousand nineteen. So at or a actually April two, thousand eighteen. So after the second accident, but well into Boeing's ever cast fix effort that started after the first accident October two thousand eighteen huge difference in emphasis on what pilots Max pilots are going to be required to. They're going to be required to have simulator training, which now isn't a surprise, but that was not never been part of the transition package before. They're also going to be required to practice a lot of. Normal procedures both review them in run through them in the simulator. Some too big emphasis areas on. That at are both on the Max, but also on broader seven, thirty, seven training as well as of this moment, the extra training doesn't apply to anything but Max pilots, but it's it's a safe bet that seven thirty, seven N. G. Train is going to get some of these non normal procedures to like runaway stabilize. So Sean I remember last year we were writing that Boeing got this would be back in service in a matter of a few months and it's just dragged on and on and on. I mean did the seven three seven Max get caught up in politics. I don't think it caught up got caught up in politics in back when it was grounded. The FAA said that the M cash off where is being reworked and they expected that of Donald April two, thousand nineteen what happened was that? The FAA some industry pilots and other regulators began to take a deeper look at some of the issues beyond the M. cast software. The software in many ways was easiest fix here but it somebody additional procedures and lack of understanding that seven thirty seven pilots had on things like the runaway. Stabiliser checklist talked about. They got deeper in some of the human factors and also deeper into the system safety analysis that Boeing did on seven thirty seven Max really on the whole on the on the whole program. Those things. uncovered issues that the regulators. FASD awesome wanted fixed and they would go back to Boeing and ask for more validation and that that caused the process to be dragged out the training in human factors to me. It's been a huge aspect to this that that is not getting I. Don't think it's getting proper attention. We're certainly trying to give it proper attention. But bridging the gap between what the pilots understand and what the manufacturers think they need to understand what the regulators make sure they understand this. This whole saga has demonstrated huge gap there in trauma to close that gap has taken up on a lot in the last at least twelve months. So. What's your ballpark guest now went wendy estimate that it will be certified to fly again, and then how long does it take airplanes airlines to put the airplanes back in service two big things that have to happen before the recertification approval start to come number one, the FASD finalize airworthiness directive and list everything that has to be done to the maximum. That software updates that some wiring changes that had nothing to do with the accidents, but that were required to bring them into compliance That's number one, number two, the finalization of this, the S. report comments on that on in early November second to data. So it's going to be at least a couple of three weeks after that. So you could see it recently in November from the FAA barring anything odd I, would say December is is very good. Bet Jasa says, it's GONNA come shortly after that other regulators as well. There will be some outliers summer beer everybody's looking at China wintering. If they're going to require our, they're gonNA take at least a deeper look on their own at some of these. For Airlines GonNa take them at least a month or two after the approvals at least I, would be surprised if you see a max in Revenue Service in two thousand twenty.

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The twenty two five tech years giants ago announced April twenty earlier fifth this nineteen month ninety they're five working together the major league season on an finally app begins building following interface a two hundred fifty seven to help day strike help agencies and sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's to people Dodgers who defeated spent the Marlins more than eight five seven in Miami minutes near someone who fans wound up love testing it positive for cove the whole in nineteen friends they made this the come apps back would work on apple and android I'm scared phones the hell out of using me Bluetooth Raul Mondesi wireless went three beacons for four with to a pair detect of two run the proximity homers while the of Dodgers nearby built phones in eighty two without lead revealing Romo any Martinez one's identity allowed two runs over or six location innings to help teammate and Eric would Karros only be enjoyed stored Dodger victory on the device apple and the Google location are also great building game an interface and into their mobile mansio operating systems release on that that will well that's allow where users we want to to come turn out the tracking at least when on did the first when they're one out in public and but get off ready for again a strong season once the they've Dodgers returned went on to home win the NL west I'm Jackie I'm Quinn Dave Ferrie

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

Jackie Quinn Washington Quinn Dave Ferrie Jackie I Director Raul Point Mondesi Miami Marlins TOM Google Karros Eric Martinez Romo Apple Dodgers
Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

Jackie Quinn Washington Quinn Dave Ferrie Jackie I Director Raul Point Mondesi Miami Marlins TOM Google Karros Eric Martinez Romo Apple Dodgers
Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

Jackie Quinn Washington Quinn Dave Ferrie Jackie I Director Raul Point Mondesi Miami Marlins TOM Google Karros Eric Martinez Romo Apple Dodgers
Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

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Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Dodgers beat Marlins in first MLB game since the 1994-95 strike on this day in 1995

"The the twenty Congressional two five tech years giants Budget ago announced April Office twenty earlier is projecting fifth this nineteen month that ninety deficits they're five working will together the grow major league to season three on an finally point app begins seven building following trillion interface a two dollars hundred fifty this seven to year help day strike help largely agencies and fueled sent it's Tom alerts lasorda's by to people the Dodgers four who defeated spent corona the Marlins more than virus eight five seven relief in Miami minutes packages near someone with who fans wound six up months love testing left it positive in the current for fiscal cove the whole in nineteen year friends they the made bills this the will come apps pile back would work more than on two apple trillion and android dollars I'm scared phones the on hell to out the of using me twenty Bluetooth four Raul point Mondesi wireless six went trillion three beacons for four dollar with to a pair detect national of two run the proximity homers debt while the of the Dodgers nearby report built phones predicts in eighty two a devastating without lead revealing hit Romo to the any economy Martinez one's this identity allowed quarter two runs over at or six an location annualized innings to help teammate rate and of decline Eric would Karros only to forty be enjoyed stored percent Dodger victory on for the the device entire year apple the economy and the Google is predicted location are to shrink also great building game an by interface and five point six into percent their mobile mansio operating the director systems release of the Congressional on that that Budget will well that's allow Office where users we warns want to to come turn out that the there's tracking at enormous least when on did uncertainty the first when they're one out in in public the projections and but get off ready but for again since a strong it's plain season once the they've Dodgers the returned economic went on to home win shock the NL is west I'm unlike Jackie I'm anything Quinn Dave Ferrie seen since the Great Depression Jackie Quinn Washington

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"nineteen months" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I mean he had always for nineteen months had guards his house at around twenty four hours a day and and and I have that too because good awesome threaten my life because he gave a press coverage says his adopted daughter could kill which was not she put me in Paris as we speak living the life of Riley but he did make that statement so I'll go after the doctor's son of a Ronald Reagan I couldn't talk my brother into acceptance that he was adopted so I would I guess that's me service thanks for your bed with me for a couple of months well make sure I was gonna be okay but again with every action there's a there's a reaction and you know I think I think you need to refer to this as the enemy combatant because that's exactly what it was was it and we can back up so we don't know what's going to happen from this point forward but it seems better to go in a surgical strike with technology and with our military what we're able to do and when it works so efficiently you do that instead of taking a war just putting troops on the ground in a run I mean that that or in Iraq to to repel that so as I as I told you on one one occasion you know content colonel David Hackworth said to be peace in Middle East when they're all dead now where it's at I mean there's never be peace in the region that could be peace in Afghanistan could be to raptors which in a way and people just going nuts they've been this is not all but there is a war yes what were the ones that aren't much came to America right that's exactly right the ones that aren't nuts are protesting and they're saying behind effect I heard this from people who have family members and to run over the weekend there they're privately and some not so privately cheering trump for what he did I mean they're under the ruling of the mall as we've been doing that since the storm the embassy and took our hostages back in seventy nine across your dad thank you Carter Jimmy Carter through the shop ran under the bus and gave a run to the mall it's and we've been facing trouble ever since we used in the oil business better in the world with Aramco now the moment you're doing it every Jimmy Carter to disrupt this appeasement he Jimmy Carter would won the election in nineteen eighty the the Cold War would still be going on the Berlin Wall would still be up to date and that's really because it was his to the world of appeasement there was one with regular said Hey what's what what your foreign policy we would pay looks the other which is still true today the policy the policy up to last year's appeasement of peace with the peace of the piece of paper remember it is all left they wanted my dad to give up SD I restore wars and records that can sign on to California hadn't done that how would Israel be protecting itself today they wouldn't have to protection may have to date of while raking would be given up Star Wars not the left is always the party of the easement and guess who the first ones to die when we didn't he will come to your country they kill the abusers yeah that's right that happens in this is why again going back to the nineteen seventy nine take over the US embassy and by the way the mullahs still have that kind of a museum to death to America and that that's that's why I was so important to repel that as we're able to do under the commander in chief for the like I'm not that but was a good move they didn't win that one the the molars with the embassy in up in Baghdad the other day Mike Reagan you can find him on Twitter the president or break a legacy foundation go to Reagan world on Twitter thank you Mister Reagan curator them seven sixty talk and breaking news more coming up a little bit later on bill Gertz will join us after the bottom of the hour he's that with the Washington times and get a great expert on all things security and military everything else and that because obviously with the military in San Diego are based on what's what's next for us to get in some of them as well coming up A. M. seven sixty talk and breaking news you're listening to mark Larson on eighty M. seven sixty talk and breaking news super easy right now everything's really quiet if you're coming out of Carlsbad on cell phone five heading into downtown San Diego things are going to be a super easy heading the other way also very nice.

"nineteen months" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Get a rock and roll this year with taxes on the Pilar even know her and into the hand off pretzel fame she has a book out called the secret lies within inside out look at over coming from and finding purpose in the paint and the title is a double entendre it's very clever the secret lies within war the secret lies within I think it's a it's a little bit of both as intended but I know there's some obviously from the subtitle some some pain so here you are a young woman this church is thriving what happens next well in in my army showed tradition of the church where I grew up in I was taught I really felt that life is good and god is harsh and if I do all right thank god will bless me if I don't then he will be displeased so that was a lot of money with you college is aid with me for many many years so it wasn't really about grace it was all about doing it just right and so I feel like that was the the theology that I lived and believed and so when tragedy struck her home in the height of our spiritual success I mean we were as high as we thought we would ever be in Christ and knowing now that you're never there right but but at that time it was a very exciting time and our youngest daughter Angela joy was nineteen months old at the time and she walked out of our double wide trailer to go have breakfast with my mom who was on the farm we all live together there and before she got to my mom's house my dad has a had a say and he might my sister was driving a bobcat and hauling sand and as she was doing that she didn't see anti that morning and when she turned the bobcat to go forward she saw and shoot in front of the bobcats she was killed instantly that morning oh my gosh nineteen months yes and she was so she's walking yes at nineteen months also to my mom so I know that sounds silly but we lived it we lived in the country and one sweet it's so innocent and amazing okay so you had other children she was your your youngest we had a four year old and and and Jay and time obviously I can't think of anything more horrible that what so based on what you just said it's it sounds like you felt god must be displeased with me well in my dream was to have a family and when Angie was killed my dreams were shattered and my question became the question that everyone asks when something bad happens why god why did you let this happen to me how I I was a good girl I I was doing all the right things and I know it sounds silly but that is a sound silly where I live how do you not ask those questions even if you want we do what you're good girl or not a good girl the point is that no one has really no one who is a parent as I am can fathom anything worse really then then losing a child and if you don't ask why you're not a human being have not how do you not ask why but I I feel I mean asking the question there were really no answers to that in those and she made her ascent into heaven of that morning in a split second you know she was in the arms of Jesus and but I began my slow and gradual descent into world of spiritual confusion and emotional pain which I knew nothing about there was or anything that happened in my life that was the dramatic in anyway you are very young I was a twenty seven years old at that time and I went into this place and then Eric I began to feel bad for feeling bad because going to church every Sunday feeling like I need to be an over comer like I need to be more than a conqueror and I certainly didn't feel like I was more than a cockroach so I began to feel bad for feeling bad and in this place of grief of Jonas and I my husband and I just begin to emotionally disconnect and and I there was like the great wall of China between us there was your that'll shin excuse me we hear that a lot that that when a child is lost the marriage obviously suffers horribly we we were at least I can know absolutely and back in the day there were there were we we didn't go to a support group I didn't read a book about I just wouldn't know where to go and also in our culture well it was pretty important that you don't talk about it whatever it is that bothers shoes like mainly just be you know kind of get over it kind of mentality and my mom and I didn't say that to us of course but that's what I always felt like I I really don't have the right to talk about this which is very sad but we do have a right to talk about the things that bother us and and the trauma of the traumatic experiences that we have it's really okay to talk about it but I didn't know that at that point so so you sort of bottle it up and and had a that manifests itself yes we bottled up my husband I both we barely existed together and we've gone from a vibrant marriage to a a marriage that simply existed and I ended up going to see my pastor five months later I'm I'm distraught I I don't understand why I can't begin to feel better and so what see my pastor and before I left his office that day he took advantage of me and when that happened I was stunned like what does this mean I didn't understand abuse of spiritual power certainly didn't understand sexual abuse and I walked away from his office of blaming myself I must have done something wrong and I decided that I would keep a secret I would never tell anyone because nobody would believe me and so at that point I felt like my voice looking back I understand now that my voice was taken from me that that so so horrifying so bleak the idea that it that a young mother suffering in this way would go to a pastor and that he would do such a thing I assume it just happened once no secret that I kept them kept me in a six year long silent relationship abuse of every kind and Angie's death brought me deep grief but my my use from pastor I took in a deep very deep despair No Way Out you felt you couldn't share with your numbers and what and why I just have to ask I I mean I live such into life today you know because I've I've overcome through the power of compassion the pack in the day there was so much pain and blame and shame that I would just assume this is the way life is and I continue to go to church all you continue to be my pastor and I couldn't tell because would anybody believe me so obviously my self confidence my spirituality all of it was just completely gone and I I felt a lovable unforgivable and there was really no hope I was at the end and you obviously continued get you going through the motions which is all the more painful even to think about that you're keeping up this facade it's so hard to pretend it's so it takes so much energy to pretend tia and yet we many of us do it we we want everyone to think that all is well went on the inside falling apart and disconnected I love a quote by doctor Richard Dawkins and he says alone we die connected we live in I was living alone and I was totally disconnected from those that I love most well this is are we into the eighties at this point yes this was nineteen eighty two by the end of it all so how are you able eventually took to process this and and move on well the unchangeable a level one forgivable was my truth that's what I live within the biggest lie was you know I cannot tell and the other ally was that if I do tell my husband that he would divorce me there was no doubt in my mind because I am so ashamed and so filled with guilt there there was no way out for me except that he would tell me to leave and at some point is that because at some point in this you felt complicit I guess I did yes yes I I really felt like I I had to carry this burden I mean I I believe in gods grace for the world but there wasn't really enough for me yeah another quote the doctor Dobbins says and I love is the lost needs to be saved in the saved need to be healed and I didn't understand that there was healing for me and so so I discovered the verse James five sixteen there's really happy ending to my story can I I know that's why we're here and that's why you wrote a book we have to go through this of course when you're bring by the way today is a doctor Dobson we talking about Dr Richard Dobbins job in on two years ago Richard yeah I talked to Richard Dawkins out of emerging ministries he's so I have a counseling center in Akron Ohio emerge emerge minutes merge ministry and he he really was the man that helped me with my theology and really was able to get me on track with the fact that what I know today is a life is hard god is good no matter what happens to us god is good and I do not confuse the two anymore while know that life is hard and I know that god is good I want to get to the rest of the story when we come back folks this is the YRC Mattacks is show you can find is that my taxes talk dot com or on YouTube the air attacks.

"nineteen months" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"In January nineteen months, every maybe as December might have been December. Oh, jeez. You you'd never know thank thank God for Wikipedia so but four days for rather four years, exactly to today. So is your you it was like happy death day for years? And you just side and it can only be on the day. Oh I had no idea. I thought you do that. No, you never told me that part of it really. I didn't so every three hundred and sixty five point two five days. Yeah, it's a check in. They who checks in with you. Kind of check in with yourself. And you say, do I want to get out of here? Yeah. Nothing you regain consciousness of some sort or down the. You're in the ground reading books link. So you have consciousness the entire time bright. But on your death day, you say, do I is this something continue down? Not really. And what why did three go by and you're like, oh, so tired? Oh, okay. Just catching up on you remember that. Movie, I did help running all over the streets. Oh, sure got that was winded from that for the nineteen sixty five movie helps ten years before your death. God. Jeez. Let me take one break. Let me take it three Abrego. We could rethink this Tim you onto ask a question. I was going to say what about all this stuff you did after help you didn't seem winded. Then I was struggling movie where you're a soldier that we keep referencing that I can't remember the title, right? Well, I was that was a lot of dig it out of the trenches. Right. Right. So. Yeah. Explains that. So I wasn't too tired. Okay. That's where I got my glasses. And I guess, like yellow submarine was animated. So we can't tell really I wasn't advocating that so I wasn't too tired. Can we hear you panting on the records in between songs? Yeah between well I tried to pant right on the beat it. So you don't really hit as well. Okay. Yeah. That's the good news. I want people to, to like the music. Oh, sure you wanted people like the Beatles records. Did you not the Beatles? I to that. Yeah. Right. That's one thing, one of the things I wanted what were the other things you wanted just the music to sound good? Okay. Not to hurt my fingers. Okay. While you were playing or anytime extracurricular. That's still goes for me. If I ever see you don't shake my head to hot. Okay. And you will see me you've you're on every three months or so if I see you if I see anyone, you just say, look, you can take selfies, right? Take yourself. Whatever you like talk to me, at tell me about your day, just the band. You already not. Okay. Please. Don't shake my hand. At least shake my hand. Don't tell Yoko. Okay. Right. Those are your two rules two big ones. If people have not heard John on the show before he's keeping the fact that he has come back to life, a secret from Yoko your once wife at one time..

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"nineteen months" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on KCRW

"Footsie in London is up two tenths percent about fifteen points. Dow SNP N NASDAQ futures are all up in the four to eight tenths of a percent range and the yield. On the ten year treasury note is up as well at two point five five three percent. No this season. Marketplace's uncertain our podcast. Visit visits wise county Virginia it's a region considered ground zero for the opioid epidemic. Which is killing tens of thousands of people every year. The crisis has also taken a financial toll costing the country hundreds of billions of dollars Caitlyn s reports on one program in wise county that's trying to save on all jail costs one morning last winter twenty four year old Kristen Smith got a knock at the door on no Imahara. They were coming when my fellow. I did show which is the worst fill in the world. I guess you could say it was the cops. They were there to arrest her for selling prescription painkillers. Kristen quietly changed out of her pajamas. Careful not to wake her two year old daughter sleeping in the same room. Our history. Is sufficient size. Like, Kristen says, she used drugs mostly opioids for years. I realize that had an issue. What else every Dhamma hand lost place to live everything? Just started going downhill once say, no crash. She was charged with selling drugs to an undercover agent on three occasions have first prosecutors offered her plea deal a year and eight months in jail. And then another offer came in work. Instead of jail are started hauling it was excited to know. It was a big relief under a new program called wise works Kristen was sentenced to six hundred forty hours of community service without pay at the animal shelter. Mostly taken care of cats their cages out for make sure they're fed watered and some takeouts on walk you probably along the highways picking up trash mowing weeding stuff like that Brian. Caldwell is the director of wise works he places people like, Kristen and low level county jobs, and with nonprofit organizations are county knows fiscally strapped nail. And it's helping them out greatly because they're not able to hire more people. And they're getting the help they need to complete their jobs now nineteen months in wise, works has saved employers more than two hundred thousand dollars in labor costs, but the real savings will come from reducing the local jail population, which is more than doubled since two thousand five Brian used to work as a guard at the jail, everyday seem like you got more and more. And there's a lot more coming in than there ever was going out in the past decade the county's spending on the jail has tripled. And that's the region's overall taxpaying population has declined wise works is a small step. But for Kristen Smith. It's the difference between going home to her daughter at night and going to jail, I'm Caitlyn s for marketplace. The newest episode of the uncertain our is out now..

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"nineteen months" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Footsie in London up this morning about four tenths of a percent. Dow SNP N NASDAQ futures up his well in the fort to six tenths percent range and the yield on the ten year treasury note is up as well at two point five four one percent. Now this season, marketplace's uncertain our podcast visits. Wise county Virginia it's in a region considered ground zero for the opioid epidemic. Which is killing tens of thousands of people every year. The crisis has also taken a financial toll costing the country hundreds of billions of dollars. Caitlyn as reports on one program in wise county that's trying to save on jail costs one morning last winter twenty four year old Kristen Smith got a knock at the door on new in the heart of they were coming when my fellow. I did show which is the worst fill oral. I guess you could say it was the cops. They were there to arrest. Her for selling prescription painkillers. Kristen quietly changed out of her pajamas. Careful not to wake her two year old daughter sleeping in the same room. Our history is sufficient size. Like, Kristen says, she used drugs mostly opioids for years realize their issue what else ever law? Snowflakes full is everything. Just started going downhill once say Noah crash, she was charged with selling drugs to an undercover agent on three occasions have first prosecutors offered her plea deal a year and eight months in jail. And then another offer came in work instead of jail are started startling. It was Saudi this to know. It was a big really under a new program called wise works Kristen was sentenced to six hundred forty hours of community service without pay at the animal shelter. Mostly taken care of cats cages out for them, make sure they're fed watered and some thought and walk you probably along the highways picking up trash mowing weeding stuff like that. Brian Caldwell is director of wise works he places people like, Kristen and low level county jobs, and with nonprofit organizations are county knows fiscally strapped nail. And it's helping them out greatly because they're not able to hire more people. And they're getting the help they need to complete their jobs now nineteen months in wise, works has saved employers more than two hundred thousand dollars labor costs, but the real savings will come from reducing the local jail population, which is more than doubled since two thousand five Brian used to work as a guard at the jail. Everday seemed like you got more and more. There's a lot more coming in than there ever was going out in the past decade the county spending on the jail has tripled. And that's the region's overall taxpaying population has declined wise works is a small step. But for Kristen Smith. It's the difference between going home to her daughter at night and going to jail. I'm Caitlyn ash for marketplace. And the newest episode of the uncertain..

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"nineteen months" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"To the Dave Ramsey show. Good to have you. Where do you guys live? We live in Fenton, Michigan, which is just a little bit north of and Arbor. Okay. Cool. Welcome to Nashville all the way down here to do a debt free scream. Yes. So how much have you paid off one hundred and eighty five thousand dollars? How long did this take nineteen months? Wow. And your range of income during that time, we're right around three hundred thousand oh, you're killing it. What are you guys do for a living? I'm a physician assistant in the emergency department. And I'm a medical sales are up. Okay. While both of you got great careers. No, one of the income. And so what was the one hundred eighty five thousand dollars? It was our house you paid off your house. Wow. That you're gonna say medical school loans. Okay. Wow. You paid off your house. What's your house worth our houses were seven hundred thousand dollars? It's on a private ski lake. Oh, you're killing me. This is our dream house. We had our other house paid off. And we didn't come down to a debt free scream then because we just knew it wasn't where we wanted to be. And so we took out a mortgage for the second house, and let me tell you. We thought we were going to be casual about paying it off. But no once you've been debt free. Once you want to be there as soon as possible and as possible and in nineteen months. Yes, sir. You laid down one hundred eighty five grand and got it paid off. Wow. Will you ever go back? Never know that was about all you wanted was that that nineteen months. Yeah. Sorry about that. When we first bought the second house, we were going to be casual like, Christina said. And we said, oh, we'll pay off the house in seven years. And in the meantime, we'll do a kitchen and a backyard, and this type of soft, and then we got the first mortgage payment, and we didn't like that very much. We said, okay. Four years. We'll do four years. We'll just do the kitchen and one of the project, and then we got the second mortgage payment. And we both looked at each other. We were sick to our stomachs. And all the plans went out the window. And we just we laid it down and pay the house off. And now you now you can do whatever you want. So private ski lake told me about this. What's that mean? Well, it's a it's a manmade lake that is. It was designed for waterskiing. So it's kinda slalom course on because the show team on the lake my wife, and I met on the Michigan state water ski team college. That's our passion. And we wanted to we wanted to have the slalom course in our backyard. That's so sweet. So you can just get up into Iran. Absolutely man are courses on the other end of the lake thirty five minute boat. Go down and run. The course. And so by the time you get there. You're too tired to run it. You know? It's just like unbelievable. And I'm too old and fat now, I still barefoot. But oh my gosh. You guys. Wow. You're incredible. That's that's fun. A lot of fun. That is fun. So you got all the toys in the backyard. Absolutely. And they're all paid for very cool. What kind of boat are you running Malibu sunset her? Yeah. That's a great boat. Very cool. Good job guys. I'm looking at where people absolutely dream, man. Touchdown live like no one else ready to live and give like no one else. So what's the secret to getting out of debt because your story is different? Christina. For the secret. I think is making sure you're on the same page as your partner and being there for each other to support because one person's going to say, I wanna kitchen today and the other person's going to say, you know, and just making sure that your guiding each other back towards the goals that you have together. And that goal is usually followed best with a budget started with both of you all just going oud. Ooh, I don't like this feeling. I mean, there's the ski been free. Then you go back in. And you're like, oh, there's this disgust wasn't there. Absolutely. Yes. Very much. So that was the same page you both got that same page after two mortgage payments. You like, that's it. We're done with this. Absolutely. That changes everything. Well done our plan started should their jury. It started back in two thousand and ten really pay off the first house. But the reason the why. You have to have a wide to do this. Because if not there's not anything driving. Yeah. It's it's tough. It takes a lot of discipline. The wise standing in front of us here. Yeah. I have a chronic lung condition called cystic fibrosis, and there's always a storm on the horizon. It's not easy. My health isn't great. So my why was I needed to be a provider for my kids, and for my wife, the instant that something happens, and I can't work anymore. We don't need to worry about financial stresses. So my wife was very clear. There was never any questioning it. So once these kids came into my life our lives, excuse me, very easy because. It was something personal for me. I needed to knock that out. So that I knew my family was taking care of should take a nasty turn. Well. And in the case of this story, the every moment is is treasured, and you got the coolest place in the world to have family time. You have everybody's dream in your backyard all of us skiing. Wow. So these two skiers they're getting there. On the show team calls in learning the slalom and Cole's doing the same. So we just have a lot of fun every summer. Great great. That's a fun stuff. Very cool or real proud of you guys who were your biggest cheerleaders outside your own family. Let's say probably parents, and yeah, parents were the biggest cheerleaders a couple of friends knew what we were doing. Right. And so they were behind us while suspect, you're already there with the value of the home and probably some 4._0._1._K stuff sitting around or whatever. But we're going to give you a copy of every day millionaires because at least more of those millions or the next chapter in your story. Anyway, very very well done a great income. Great family story. You guys were very proud of you, take you think. So not very good stuff. All right. It's Jeff and Christina. Oh, and the kids names and ages. We have our she's ten Coleman is just about all, right, and coal and Arianna all from the Ann Arbor Michigan area one hundred ninety five thousand dollars paid off in nineteen months making three hundred year count it down. Let's hear a debt free scream. Three two one. Just like that. Oh, you gotta love it, man. You gotta love it. Very.

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"nineteen months" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on WJR 760

"Afternoon. Watch out for the weather GTE energy says it's closely monitoring a forecast of heavy rains and strong winds related tonight and into tomorrow this weather combination could result in power outages. Downed power lines and other safety problems wins have up to fifty miles per hour projected for tomorrow, it's still winner. But it is time to spring forward. Michigan. We'll be switching to daylight saving time in the morning. So we should turn our clocks ahead one hour when we go to bed tonight. The time change also means we'll be losing an hour of sleep and renews, the ongoing controversy over whether this time change should be ended. In fact, there's been a call in the Michigan legislature to end the practice of springing forward and falling back and with this part of the story. Here's WJR's Elizabeth Crenshaw state Representative Michelle pointing has introduced a daylight saving time Bill. Eliminate the BI annual change in Michigan. She says teachers have reported the time change negatively affect students performance along with employees. He's across the state who have trouble making it to work on time after the time change impacts their sleep schedule. The Bill would require Michigan remain an eastern standard time when other states spring forward our fall back each year. The Bill now heads to the house commerce in tourism, Chris this afternoon shift Crenshaw WJR news. Dozens of people are without homes after a fire ripped through their canton township apartment building on building. At the crossings, a cat and just off of two i-275 was destroyed in yesterday's fire. Officials say the blaze was started by burning incense a nineteen month old boy critically injured in that Imlay city mobile home fire that killed four other children has now been taken off life support and is breathing on his own. But doctors say is still long still a long road to recovery. His mother's in stable condition. The father in critical condition, a private funeral master family, close friends was held this morning for former Detroit Red Wings. Great Ted Wednesay at Saint Andrews church in Rochester Lindsay died early Monday. He was ninety three a public viewing was held yesterday at the Little Caesars arena. A judge has delayed the sentence for a repeated drunk driver for Mitchell, Atty because of his severe memory problems WJR's. Dick Haefner explains. Sixty three year old Ronald Edwards of insularity was ordered to report to jail at least one day a week as part of a thirty day sentence for his third drunk driving conviction, but Edwards has been turned away several times due to health issues. One of them is he can't remember why he's in trouble. His dementia is partly due to past heavy alcohol abuse, according to his records, washtenaw judge. Archie Brown allowed Edwards drive.

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"nineteen months" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Let's give you some numbers because some of you are still going to stick to this debunk nonsensical line that well, Barack Obama handed off Trump really spectacular economy. No, he didn't hear the numbers courtesy of a piece by Lewis would hill, which was in the show notes awhile ago. Forgive me, but I'll quote it here. Lewis would he'll does a great job. I think he writes for real clear markets, ladies and gentlemen. Let's compare the last nineteen months because this piece is a couple months old. But it's still the date is still accurate show. Let's compare the last nineteen months of Obama to the first one thousand nine months of Trump's that makes sense day. Let's go let's do the employment ratio the employment ratio last eighteen months of Obama, nineteen nineteen months of Obama was a plus point seven three percentage points for Trump more than twice Obama's plus point three five. In other words, the ratio people employed. Trump doubled that that's last nineteen months of Obama. I nineteen months. Thank you. Thank you for that. Fine. And Alison thank you for that. That's Joe's invaluable to the show precisely for input like that. That's better labor force participation. Other words, the people declaring themselves eligible to work in the labor force. Right. It was plus point two two percentage points versus Obama's negative point one six. That's the words labor, pours participant has been Joel. Joel Joe data point factual analysis. Number two by Joe avocados. That's better. Okay. Thank you. Joe? Joe Joe does even Joe's advocates welcome to. Here's where we get that. You're very welcome. Here's where this gets confusing to now liberals like to cite job numbers by Obama. But what they don't want to tell you is in the last nineteen months. Those jobs, according to Donna Brazile herself who wasn't that was running the DNC at the time member the DNC emails that were leaked we'll get to that lay in those emails, Don one of Donna Brazile, own emails, who's running DNC. She says listen people aren't feeling job growth because he's a role basically crappy part-time jobs on the Roma. Right. Well, here's the proof because Democrats love to tape, but the last nineteen months of Obama Edita. He added three million jobs. Well, when you look at fulltime equivalent jobs, Joe quality jobs. Good jobs jobs. You can support a family on. Yeah. Last nineteen months of Obama three point three. I nineteen months under Trump four point one million that special give us a huge. That's better better. Thank you. Thank you very much. This is going to be Joe's new tagline. Like, where's the beef? He's gonna market online at the you should start a line at t-shirt wonder says that's better. One more average weekly wages grew forty or forty dollars and fifty five cents an first nineteen months of Trump versus thirty one dollars twenty one cents under Obama Joe that better than thank you again. There we go Joe Armacost, providing PHD level economic analysis, folks. I just putting this out there to drive the point home that we can be funny sarcastic humor's. I liked that on a Friday. But the reality is the numbers the data and the facts if you're interested in that kind of stuff back up the fact that the Trump economy despite being at the long tail end of a long unnecessary long recovery that would have been. A short and Joe if Obama had pursued the economic growth policies, Trump did the economy succeeded despite Obama, it is now obvious, but the economy is succeeding now precisely because of some of the policies, Donald Trump pursuit. It is clear as day the data back it up the facts back up the economic facts back up you ignoring this does not make any of this go away. The arguments for the Democrats are falling apart right now. It just it really gets old. It gets old having to deal with this the bunk this nonsense everyday. They're constantly reaching for something new. We'll wages aren't growing. Actually, they are growing..

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"nineteen months" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on WTVN

"Cold sore, and it's enriched with lysine vitamins and lemon balm for soothing relief. Putting when I don't have a cold sore. I still want something that protects against the up purpose and L protects against certain triggers caused by the sun and cold, including flare ups from sun damage with its added SPF thirty protection so at trees and protects for me me too L works when you have a cold sore works when you don't uses direct News Radio for Columbus. Six ten WTVN. Welcome back to the Mark laser show along with Justice Dimitrius Stanley in the studio with me today to I am thank you for having. Absolutely, man. I I love when you come in on love that you love when I come in. We keep this going for quite a while. Thank you. Yes. American Airlines on Wednesday night, kicked off a Michigan. Fa family off of the plane and they're saying other passengers on the plane were complaining about this family's body odor. This guy's name is Yosemite or Yossi Yossi his wife, Jenny. They have a nineteen month old daughter. They were going from where they were coming home from vacation. They were in Miami. They were headed to Detroit and the ground crew asked them to step off the plane. And then when they did they just close the door behind him. Wait, no explanation. Well, they just ask them to step off the plane. I'm not sure exactly what they told them. He doesn't actually disclose this. But once he's off the plane. He starts talking to some news outlets that and I guess ended up showing up, but he said that they were saying, sir. People have complained about your body odor. You know your sticky on the plane, you stink. But wait, wait, wait. So a guy randomly gets kicked off the airplane for body odor. And somehow the new shows up an interview well at some point here. I don't know it doesn't give a time. How does that does? He did he call them because I don't how does unsure he probably somehow. I'm sure he probably said, hey, what's the news? They're like, oh the discrimination from big are you seriously? American airlines. We could take a shot. Yeah. And I'll tell you this there. In a lotta cultures will not a lot. But some cultures that are out there. They don't wear deodorant. Like, we do here in America. Right. Right. And then a lotta cultures. They eat certain foods, like I know curry is one of the food a certain culture eats, and it permeates garlic it permeates. So if you eat a lot of that stuff, so unless he's he's trying to say that it was a religious reason because they're Jewish. So he was trying to say look you kick me off because I'm Jewish it's discrimination, and they're going. No, you stink. And you guys all stink. And a lot of people are complaining and the flight from Miami to Detroit is a couple of hours long and people don't wanna have to deal with that for a couple of hours here. He is talking to the media after being kicked off the plane seriously almost like every day, we just what does that mean body odor? Let's go to the back of the plane gets sorry, sir. You can't we have to leave. I go. I need to get home. I have eight kids that are waiting for me. I need to get home tonight. As I go to the gate to find out the go where we book they're all holding her nose and using papers to blow their nose like pretend a lot smells it, smells it smells to orders. Horrible. And that's what it was upsetting to me that demanded that the man said, oh, you orthodox people don't take showers. That's what he told me. He thought that we don't take showers for that. That is absurd. We have no clothes nothing like that. We don't have a stroller carseat for a child, and then they have the density. They go make sure it doesn't happen tomorrow. Are you gonna go check and everybody else? Did you take a shower today? Did you do that? Or what hap-? Here's the thing with my right? He really upset. Here's the thing. You don't have to go check. It people were saying this guy's stinking. It wasn't a matter of checking it just happened. Like people were next to them based on what I was reading. And it just happened. Okay. But like at the gym, for instance, people work out, and yeah, I know you say, it's you're sweating and stuff. A place where you're gonna stink you have to sweat. There is a different level, my friend there. Trust me, there is a whole different level. It shouldn't be on a plane. Well, it might not be. But do you look at okay. This is the religion. This is what they believe. So we we're we're so religiously conscious of what people do should you excuse that person. If you know that's their religion. Because that's kind of the story. I get stuck with that the gym. All right. So right now, though, it's a thousand dollars you could use that to buy a lot of deodorant. I mean, a lot a grand in your hand right.

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"nineteen months" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Celebration here at CBS sports radio and finds out all fired up that's going to be a sit down on MBA between Kyrie Irving and LeBron James, and they're going to let bygones be bygones and courage. Get all apologize, and they're gonna get motion all and they'll reminisce about their days in the NBA tell you how greatest son is in the league at that's what I can understand that. We're looking at like less the two years. Yeah. You point the eighteen nineteen months. It's crazy. It's not a long time. But all these twenty six years old. I mean, you know, chirons twenty six years old. He's a thirty four year old man a grizzled vet like he's like, he's. The league for three decades. Hopefully. I've done it all out till donate me. And LeBron with the best of all like, you know, stop relax and don't bury a teammates. Don't don't Reverend Roger that during during the off season. I drove me nuts. And I do know that a lot of times veteran plans will do that. Because that's the last resort. You know, maybe they've talked to the team they've talked to players behind closed doors, then they outperform their teammates just as the third level. Then they go to the media. I don't buy that. I don't believe it. I don't think that's ever needed. Because there's a lot of great leaders on great teams in all sports that don't do that. You know, they don't do that. I just that's a really really that's in house stuff. That'd be like you going and doing like an interview somewhere, you know, like the daily news or something here in New York and you like burying the team like. Producer, mike. On me, every kind of a bomb. Leave my co-host. You know that guy. He's just a goofball. Then we got a border operator who's always bald and his head, shiny. You know, like snacks all this stuff. No magic. It's got to do this compliments. What's bad about that? But I'm off balloon SIS. I'm the king of kings. And I get it done. And I work with this. Russell. Could you imagine that you never do that? Now, I would never do that. Let me different story. I might do that. Nah. I wouldn't. I wouldn't I joke around boss shops. But I I wouldn't I couldn't do that. I wouldn't serving it takes real to go back. Call somebody and be like, hey, man. I was young mistakes. I wasn't seeing the big picture. Like you were. I didn't have the end of season of mind. I was young six months enough to put the boots on. If I was in the background if I didn't have a media credential. And I was just like a guy in the background and serving is making these comments as like put the boots. Full paper. I. What are you from the Cavs fan? How do you feel on this Thursday morning? Crying..

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"nineteen months" Discussed on American Heroes Network

American Heroes Network

06:15 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on American Heroes Network

"And joining me today, a good friend who has been with us in the past Jim clue that Jim served with the fourth infantry division for nineteen months in Vietnam. He was a recipient of the purple heart for wounds that he received while serving in Vietnam for nineteen months with the fourth infantry division, leaving the service was the rank of staff sizing that Jim has served as chapter and department command. For the military order of the purple heart and the state of Oregon as well as the national Americanism offs national public relations officer and former national historian for the military or the purple heart. Good morning. Jim. Good morning Bill. It's good to be back with you. Well, it's great to be with you. Mike good friend. And this is a great day in our country today is you know, it's Veterans Day. We're starting off kicking off a great week here as we move up to Veterans Day. And it's so important because this they November the eleventh will Mark the one hundredth anniversary the signing of the armistice ending World War One which was known as the great war and the war to end all wars. I Jim sometimes I think that we didn't all get the the Email. Let us all know that that was the great war to end all wars. What happened Bill? I thought that was it. You know, maybe the other ones never existed, but you, and I both know what better is do. So many of our veteran families and members in and heroes across our wonderful nation Bill. And and Jim is you know, we've got so many great Americans who served our great country and make great contributions. You know, we would be remiss if we didn't pay our condolences to the family of major Brent Taylor. Thirty seven year old major from north Ogden Utah earlier this week was killed in action while serving with the national guard and Afghanistan thoughts and prayers go out to his family in in Utah. Yeah. I saw that read that also Bill as you did in our nation. I think all paused for a second Justice again. Think of the the ultimate sacrifice to give an how much service and how much effort for protecting this great nation of ours as well as trying to share that with other countries that are in the strife in the in the hardships that only tyranny can bring and and our hearts do go out to them. And our flags are flying at half staff, and I'm sure across all of Washington DC Bill you see that on a daily basis seeing those heroes being recognized for the true sacrifice. They bring to our nation and to other countries. And Jim, you know, major Taylor was a a true exemplar are of a citizen soldier serving his community in Utah and also wearing the the uniform of our country. This was his fourth tour in Afghanistan providing service, what an amazing feat on his part. Yeah. We, you know, Bill, I know you look back, and we we we sometimes a little amiss when we think of the level of our sacrifice and you look at that ultimate sacrifice, and then the redeployment for multiple deployments. And and that truly is something to be to be mired into be revered by us and to again, reach out to all of those that are coming home across the United States on a daily basis that have served repetitive. Tours overseas. Yes. Well, we'll keep the family and thoughts and press. So and again, as I mentioned, Jim this Veterans Day is very important because it marks the one hundredth anniversary of the signing of the armistice adverse side, just outside of Paris. And we'll talk about that. A little bit more. But we've got some quick bit of news here that we'd like to pass onto our listening audience. You know, Jim, we always say that the greatest board and our veterans community is the the void of information that men and women fail to get. And how important it is to know how to navigate the system when it comes to our healthcare benefits, which are at the top. Listen, all the other things that we're deserving, but one thing Jim I came across a bit of news that occurred just yesterday. The US department of veterans have pay is is mobilized federal agencies to offer free legal service to walk veterans. Now today with this announcement with representatives from the department of labor. Partner of Justice defense homeland security and the United States navy. Join in an agreement to increase access for free.

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"nineteen months" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Nineteen months in will it helped to bring more people while the poem be better. And so I wrote back certainly saying, I understand your point. Are you saying that there will always be crunched because of this and that there's no solution and more fan wrote, not always, but due to the nature of big scale programming we're at crunch happens a lot. There are a lot of reasons for it, not knowing exactly how it will turn out underestimating time, unexpected sicknesses, but no, in fifty years, nobody has found a catchall solution. And I thought that was really kind of fascinating to hear about from a different perspective and saying, you know, we can't just bring contractors in because there are specific positions in video game development that you can't just like higher for. If you came like you might look at it. It and say, this needs to be done in the next three weeks. It's not like you can just like grab people and get them trained up to do the work in those three weeks. Right? Like right, can't even get people started on stuff that fast, let alone to actually know exactly the type of thing doing, like you said. Like, you can't just say like we wanna do this. Do that in the next three weeks for people who have no prior context for what the work might be. Absolutely, yeah. And you were talking to me about a story that you found out when you were doing research for your book? Yeah, no, it's it's. It's in the book, the guy who made missile command, Dave tower. He worked really hard at Atari. Most people did. They would stay there all the time mainly because they wanted to kind of like being around other people and they would do off so much that times they had to stay to get the work done. There's a little different than like, we have to scale up these teams, but they would have to put games out so quickly, like six months, a lot of times that day and and do it. And so he one point trying to get a board made so that they with the game on it so that they could go test it. Worked for ninety six hours straight and that's terrible. His hand stopped working like he couldn't figure out how to type. So you actually had to call someone to come type for him to finish it in. Just saying, maybe I should like go to a doctor because. Working. It was crazy. We'll fix that, right? Yeah, sleep in the you remember we've all been there so. Kevin. Working because you've been awake for so long. I don't know. I I've done thirty six hours straight here twice now. Computers were fucking breaking or we're trying to get the studio said it just sometimes very rarely a needs to happen in no one else they can do certain things, and I completely understand those situations that are out of your control where you have to crunch because some kind of emergency happens or big event. I feel like that's now really what we're talking about here that crunch in in the way that colored in the rockstar situation. Here is a talking about a systemic industry-wide thing that's built into your production schedule. The problem is with games like the big event is the game coming out. So there's like major deadlines and massive changes that can happen right unexpectedly with like movies when paula's you You know. know, works at island and when they're when they're doing stuff. Sometimes like crunches go really, really long. She she's had hundred hour work weeks and it is because client reached out and said, hey, this shot the needs to be done. By the end of the month, we're changing dramatically and it's like the deadline can't move..

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"nineteen months" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"And sometimes that does have a power, you know, sometimes that is meaningful. And the reality is sometimes the funniest jokes do cress line like I worked on Kimmel show for, I don't know nineteen months, something like that needed these room professionally paid funny people day after day after day, I was much funnier back than than I'm now don't ever say that though. Now. Funnier. Now's younger back then. I think you meant to save. Never been funny, but you you're, you're there in this room and everybody knows every joke. Everybody knows every setup to the joke and so much of its formulaic, and it's impossible to make each other laugh and you're in these writers meetings for two hours and people are crossing lines of each other laugh. And I was just part of the whole thing, and I just wonder where this stuff goes. If we're going to have an entire generation, people are just conditioned cancer that can't do that. Can't go there. That's part of a comet is in a girl's trip. The funniest scene in it was Jada. Pinkett. Pissing. Yeah. A more thing like that's kind of where the the quote, unquote iconic, comedy scenes, her going is like kind of sight gags and far, pissed stuff. Johnson who the punt drifts always get it. It's always going to be extreme. I mean, like is it any different than Kevin Nealon ripping his arms off as the Russian weightlifter in Zehra alive, like there's an extremity that's just funny. It's. About? Yeah, I described that me and Sean, you were talking about that today? I almost started crying. I was laughing, so good. Yeah. And I think that's Brooks KEPCO. Like Detrick check. I reminds me of Kevin Neal, and I was just saying that like that's still funny because that's extreme. It's taking things so far beyond the logical end point of of a joke or an idea. And sometimes that does go into button pushing or hurtful territory, no doubt. But then there's, I don't think comedy is ever going to lose. That would if you took this scenario but kept pushing it. Yeah, I list Sasha baron Cohen is probably the closest thing we have that as somebody who doesn't give fuck one of them across some lines, we'll take the heat for it unfortunate bits of commentary. I think around that show that's been on right now, though. Sasha baron Cohen show is like, what is the point of this? What does he actually accomplishing? And I'm I is his job to accomplish something by sitting down with a Patil. Think that's what you're saying about Chapelle like you watch Chapelle the same way. You're probably watching Sasha. Now we're watching it with a different set of criteria. Is this guy like morally upright or. Is this like doing anything or pushing it like, are we change in the conversation with us and then maybe a year or so somebody will go back and watch that show and just like holy shit. This guy was really like this was like really out there stuff. And this thing with Chapelle like you watch it the first time being like issue, Pella, gonna get in trouble for this and then you go back the next time and you're like, oh, you're the common for. Yeah, and I don't think either one is more valid than the other either approach, but I definitely know that that's I think that that's going to happen more and more. You're probably right. I agree. I mean, I think calmly can and should in some situations change the way that you think about the world than the way that you see things, you understand people, but it doesn't have to like it doesn't have to like there's no, or if it does, it can be in a different way. It can be like when Steve Martin introduces us certain kind of irony into comedy or like David Letterman changes the kind of tonality of comedy, like those things are just as meaningful and entertaining. Interesting. In the same way, the wedding crashers even though is dated. I watched it last night and I left the whole time movie makes me very happy even though we can. We can acknowledge the things that don't. Work. Ultimately, if something's funny, it's funny and if it makes you laugh makes you laugh. Like I still Zach go fanatics jerking off the baby in the hangover makes me laugh every time. I'm not gonna apologize. It's just flat out funny..

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"nineteen months" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"A good mix of everything completely normal okay yeah and now you're weird i love it so what happened nineteen months ago the put you on this journey well we had actually started one time before and we are our need wasn't as great as our want was you know we wanted to do it but apparently not bad enough yet and then a couple years ago our daughter came down with really severe food allergies and she couldn't go to daycare anymore we tried it for a while and i was still teaching in the classroom fulltime and she was sick all the time so at being a teacher i was able to they give you like a web some paycheck over the summer to get you through and we kind of decided well if we can make it through the summer without spending that one some paycheck then we could totally do this and the only way we knew how was going back to what we'd given up on before and this time though are need was much greater than than are what was before we wanted to do it and now in order to be able to stay home to help her to feel better it was something that we really needed to do and now she's our g free so it worked we'll the nobility of your why why you were doing it all sudden it's for her it's not just for selfish motives speak it's doing this for your kid you're doing your kid and you did it so when you went back i mean you go through like financial peace university the first time in flunk what we study really funked yeah i think you know we we just didn't stick with it enough you know we i was a teacher and andrew what would you do the second time the second time we worked on the budget a lot better the home study again back out listen to the podcast every day i listened total money makeover in the car read the she reads all the books i guess but she's definitely the cfo okay the planner i'm more the free spirit sales guy she gets she she wrote out every budget every month we did cash only the point where if i use my debit card now just feels weird everything we do is in cash now she's she's the reason why we did it all i mean she's the one who just every month every paycheck when right to the bank did all of it and sounds like you were in there to doing the details the details on details person but i'm a great cheerleader very supportive you weren't dead white being drug along right right is a team effort really very cool so kristen what do you tell people to keep getting out of it was this is very impressive i think the key for us was to communicate a lot we always had you know we'd never had monthly budget meetings but we had almost daily communication of how it was looking and and what we could do next or if we needed to change it somehow we could i also think for us it was involving the kids a lot even though they're little they brought our baby pierce with us to go meet rachel you know at the dallas book signing and we would listen to the podcast with them in the car and when we were getting a little bit discouraged they would say hey when do we get to go do our debt free scream.

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"nineteen months" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"Nineteen months of unemployment they offer twenty thousand dollars more in salary than she was making nineteen months ago so just by focusing on verbal behavior that's all we did and so yeah i was just going to ask you how do you do that yeah i used three techniques and there are more techniques in my book selling with charisma but these three techniques were the ones that did it for her in there can be practice easily by anybody the first one is digitalization okay since since non verbal behavior is subconscious we need to reprogram our brains so to speak in put in a new program for how we're going to non verbally express ourselves the reason why visualization works well as think about golfers jack nicklaus he was he said he visualized every shot before he made it even his shots during practice and he was trying to insert in his mind how his body was going to perform this complex set of actions called the golf swing and do the same time after time so you can control physical behaviour through visualization it's why all the olympic athletes visualize and you can do the same thing with nonverbal behavior so i had her visualize yourself doing things like standing tall looking almost regal and then marching into a room full of people in having them part like a c so that she had the sense of she was a thority figure 'cause i'm having to build herself up in the way she thinks about herself and then the second thing that reinforces visualization is what we call positive self talk in your head you've got this constant dialogue going on with her it was a negative dialogue it's like gosh you're such a loser used to be so affective and now you're just a loser and she had to reverse that negative self talk and turn it positive so i asked her some questions i said let me ask you something tests are you smart and she said yeah i think so why what makes you think that and then she started thinking well you know i graduated from these great schools i've done extremely well the companies i've worked suppo so you've got objective evidence that you're mart it's not a fantasy in my head it's it's reality so she started telling herself you know i'm smart and i have objective evidence that proves them smart i am talented i am effective in sales in this became her mantra that she would keep talking to telling herself throughout the day and it was based on fact not upon some fantasy so with those things in place she was almost ready to go problem was was just before her interview she had a panic attack and she just was scared to death that she was going to fail like she had failed twenty nine times before the third item that i gave her probably helped her the most deal with that in that's aerobic exercise aerobic exercise is used to treat depression it used to treat anxiety it's affective in v the aiding some of the issues of involving panic attacks because it it balances all the neurotransmitters in the brain serotonin dopamine nor enough rinse so by using a robot exercise she was able to get rid of her stress and she was able to achieve emotional state which is the key for non behaviors a one last thing if you think about it non verbal behavior is a subconscious expression of the way you feel when you're sad you automatically look said you don't have to think i need to look said today and when you're happy you automatically look happy while if you can change your emotional state you can change your non verbal behavior in aerobic exercise helps change your emotional state and any particular running spinning what does it matter what no whatever whatever exceleron the heart rate now so if you have some sort of yoga practice that can get your heart rate up antastic swimming that'll work bicycling certainly running gets the heart rate up so anything that elevate your heart rate is a good idea and it can.

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"nineteen months" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Yeah lebron probably fried some of it his own doing but friday described the great mj the resilience the power the strength of mj he retired he retired like i'm out twice nineteen months golden state well we are fried shek kkob the braun miami lebron kyrghiz big three in boston michael jordan basketball is star driven stars have egos these babies don't last bella check and brady on their eighteen th year christine minnows mural this is the herds minute mike refuel is one of the patriots beat reporters who are really trust has a story out now that left some of the things that the patriots offered to mcdaniel's to help keep him in new england and it has some really interesting stuff in there and it mentions bella checks willingness to take his mentorship to a higher level and that that played a significant part in a mcdaniel's wanting to stay bella check also told mcdaniel's that he would spend more time with him on the inner workings of the patriots including roster construction and salary cap management which mcdaniel's considered very valuable and robert and jonathan kraft apparently endorsed this idea because it could be part of a succession plan for ballot check in the future they also offered him a longterm con contractual commitment and that was important mcdaniel's because he has four kids and he wanted them to stay in the same school system for a long time that's was bigger than people yes and he pointed out specifically that stability is rare in the coaching profession and mcdaniel's values stability.

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"nineteen months" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"nineteen months" Discussed on Here & Now

"Horry good or utah guest the mid doses tenant tom roget's came by to say hello after work he and his wife rent the unit upstairs all we moved in nineteen months i counted at the other day nineteen months ago so you've got you've got to know the place and you probably got to know these guys it seems like a little bit yes absolutely did you know they were daca recipients at in that now i knew that they were mexican from our conversation and from my excellent but difficult conversations with mr mrs mendoza and that means even for an american citizen the future of dhaka's suddenly hits close to home as for christian he says losing it would unravel everything his family has worked for without the job i would be struggling to pay more yet it's not like we have millions of dollars in the bank and paying mortgage month by month and what's up it is so was three thousand dollars to the lot and the last resort for you it would be silly not house yes i would rather than the lesser be to try to sell house one question that you have is by definition daca is temporary you have to renew it every two years what would you say to somebody who said well why did you get yourself wrapped up in a mortgage if you knew the program was temporary in the first place it's the same thing like i am willing to take a risk buried the because there were worded so much greater than not taken the risk of i could have not bought the house but we would still be rented in the auto concerned about that situation and i'd rather have control in my hands if it if only for a little bit ride like these two years he mean this has been my parents home and i'm not concerned that somebody's gonna kick them out that reward is worth taking the risk the risk will crystalize if congress fails to act the mendoza's permission to work expires in 2019 and they're options are running out for here and now i'm peter o'dowd reporting from chicago.

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