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Democrats Blast End Of In-Person Election Security Briefings

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00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Democrats Blast End Of In-Person Election Security Briefings

"That national intelligence director announced a major shift on election security Nicole. Killian is at the White, house. Everybody. With sixty six days to go until election day CBS News has learned the Office of the Director of National Intelligence will no longer brief members of Congress in person about elections security and will instead do it in writing in a letter to lawmakers director John Ratcliffe wrote I. Believe this approach helps ensure to the maximum extent possible that the Information Odeon I provides the congress is not misunderstood nor politicized house. Democrats called it a shocking abdication of its lawful responsibility with intelligence chairman Adam. Schiff. tweeting the administration clearly does not one congress or the country informed of what brushes doing Jeff leakers on the committee. Obviously, liquors that are doing bad things the developments come as the president and Democratic rival Joe Biden pivot to campaign mode following back to back

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An Inspiring Message From Gary Keller

The ONE Thing

04:47 min | 1 year ago

An Inspiring Message From Gary Keller

"Wanted to record this because recently Gary Keller shared on his facebook page a post that was I thought it was very inspiring. I posted it in our living. Your one thing community and it's already gotten so comments on it that we wanted to share it with all of you as well so I'm going to read the post and then we'll expand on it a little bit more and talk about some of the opportunities that we have before us. So here's what Gary had to say. He said friends without a doubt. We are in uncharted territory. We've never seen before and that means that we may be feeling things that we've never felt and having to do things we've never done. The one thing I know is that we must look through our circumstances today to seize the opportunity of tomorrow. We have to decide what we want. Our businesses and our lives to look like in one year and two years and manage our thoughts emotions and actions toward that outcome. Success will come to those who quickly shift their mindset from where they are and how they got there and pivot to where they want to be and what it'll take to get there. What got you were. You are won't keep you where you are and certainly won't get you where you could be. What will a different mindset a different game plan? A different level of execution a different gear at a different speed opportunity lies on the other side of fear and awaits any all who focus on what they want and make every day about how to get it stay safe stay strong head down and hard up onward Gary. There's a lot in this folks I I will share. It's on one. There's there's two sides of me there's the side of me that is practice leader that realizes that I've got to be a leader in this community. Living the one thing and sharing it and trying to bring hope and inspiration and there's the other part of that is scared. You know I'm at home. I've got a six year old and a four year old running around and you know the even thinking about leaving the house to go and get groceries and realizing what's the opportunity cost here as I read. Kerry's words it. It was refreshing for me. 'cause it brought me back to one of the greatest gifts that I've got being inside his world which is having a bigger view a bigger view of time and thinking bigger. Yes this is serious. Yes we have to do it. We can to stay safe and keep those that we love safe and we also have a bigger view of time to realize that this can happen to you or it can happen for you and the questions that we ask ourselves are automatically going to shift our focus. Sa- let's ask questions that empower us. Let's ask questions that will ensure that we come out of this stronger than we otherwise would have. This is a great time for us to look at our business plans and say what are the things that we said Yes to that. That truly are not as important. What are the things that we were doing that? We need to stop doing. And what are those things that we absolutely must be doing to ensure that we thrive over the long run? These are all questions that we can answer behind the scenes. We've been asking in these unprecedented times when it is more important than ever before that we feel a sense of clarity that we regain a sense of control and that we belong to a community and a movement. That's bigger than ourselves. What is one thing we do to serve you at the highest level? And this brings us back to that. Fm Alexander quote people do not decide their futures. They decide their habits and their habits. Decide their futures. Whether you have clarity on your one thing right now whether you have a bunker whether you've been able to honor your time blocks or not. Every single one of us has the opportunity to commit to doing one thing every day for roughly sixty six days and turn it into a habit because the truth is folks you are only one habit away from unleashing something extraordinary in your life. We hope that you will use this episode as a spark to ignite a fire in you to say that you know what I can do something right now if I can at least form a habit that will genuinely determine my future

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Time Blocking | A New Model for Your Time

The ONE Thing

09:27 min | 1 year ago

Time Blocking | A New Model for Your Time

"Why are we here? Tie Blocking the one thing. And what is all about? It's about time folks. Every single day we wake up with the ultimate equalizer. Twenty four hours yet. How is it that when we all have the same amount of time some of US achieve extraordinary while others ordinary? It comes down to whether you are spending your time or whether you're investing it there's a difference. There's an expectation of a return. Our hope today is that you get really clear on how you can go on a journey from shedding the old way where we just spent our time by default and start purposefully. Investing it so that you can have a relationship with your goals and chief extraordinary results out you and I spent some time in your office and we were talking about this idea of having a relationship with your goals. What does that mean so I mean? I think we talked about this yesterday. If you're a billionaires right how many of you were at how billionaire cycles okay. Cool thank you. We don't need another way to set goals. There's a million of them. I don't think anybody has any trouble announcing they're going to do. Xyz every every year everybody in our industry set goals we don't know how to do is actually have a relationship with them right. How do you actually stay in touch with the things that you said? Were important on January. One we're on day. Forty eight people. How many of you can honestly say you've an investment in your number one goal this year every day this year. Forty eight investments. You're being interviewed next. But that's what it looks like right. I didn't raise my hand right. It's tough to do but this simple process is the best way I've seen in years and years of research of staying in contact with things that are important. You're making an appointment with yourself to do the things that really matter to you. Time blocking. Is that secret weapon. And it's so simple people just want to ignore it. They want to devalue it but I gotTa tell you. Simplicity is how we get things done. If it's complicated you can't do it day in and day out you just can't. Life is too complicated already. I mean isn't real estate just a little bit complicated. You got your phone blowing up with taxed in emails and your clients for them. This is our most important asset. It's urgent to them all the time. So you've got urgent emotional. Always these waves passing over you. How do you stay focused on how to one? You know to serve them best and also do the things that matter to grow your business. That's time blocking and the simplest definition I can give for it. It's making an appointment with yourself to do the work that's most important to you. It's just an appointment we know what to do in that little thing goes off at fifteen minutes to the hour right hoops. I've got an appointment in fifteen minutes but unlike the rest of the world. We want you to start making appointments with you yourself alone. This is not meeting other people right when I first interviewed with Gary Keller is in two thousand. It was June of two thousand. We're sitting there. Were hanging out and he says. Let me see your calendar. Because he was about. I didn't know it. He was interviewing me for a job. And I had like the checkbook style week at a glance. Aren't you can stick it in your back pocket. And because I'm a flaming introvert like I do not need to be around anybody. All I had in there were dates with my wife and tasks that I was going to do and that was that. Pass the test because what Gary wants to see on. Your calendar is appointments with you to do the things that matter. I no idea until like ten years later what he was actually looking at but he flipped through like this is very invasive. He's like flipping through my calendar. What does this mean? What does this mean? Now it's like? Oh Yeah I had to do that thing that week. But that's how he thinks he's only ever worked for three people and they were all millionaires and they all time blocked without knowing it. They made appointments with themselves. This is what we're here to help teach you to do. And if you're already doing it how to do it better well it makes sense right scheduled time with yourself to do the things that matter most just because it's simple does that mean it's easy now now yet. Sometimes we need to have a greater sense of purpose to fuel our productivity. What does the research say on why it's important? I was hoping you'd cuming. Is that said I want to talk about this? There's great research that showed up after we wrote the bugs and it was published in the American Journal psychology and they were trying to get people to exercise more regularly. They said we want you to exercise for twenty minutes a day and so they divided the people into three groups. Just kind of like y'all so there was a control group. Disa- go exercise for twenty minutes a day. There was a motivation group. And they said here's a pamphlet that will show you all the benefits of exercising twenty minutes a day right it a lower your blood pressure. Lower your stress levels right. You'll have more energy. And then they had their intention group and the intention group was given the same motivational information. They had to do one additional task. They had to write down and intention statement on these days at this time at this place. I will exercise for twenty minutes. These two groups were thirty three and thirty five percent effective at doing it. This group was ninety five percent effective to hear that the simple act of navigating your calendar stopping and going okay. I know I want to do this but winning. Where am I going to do it? And making that commitment. That's a calendar invite votes triples. Triples your success rate simple but incredibly effective right and so we left onto that and it just it just spoke the truth to us because this is what we've been teaching. This is what we've been living in finely sciences showing up to say. Yeah that stuff's right doesn't have to be more complicated and I'll give you a little secret. How many of you have staff how many of you have assistance that report to you so one of the great things that you can do for them when you have something new and your world. Hey we're going to launch a podcast. Hey we're going to do this. We're going to start seven level. Open houses some eager beaver on your team's going to say I WANNA lead that. The question that you can ask them is great. When will you do this? And what you'll see in their eyes is they'll go internal and sometimes they'll realize they're already full up. They're going to have to give something up in order to make this new commitment but the reality is because people don't live this every day they're saying yes to things when they're already at one hundred percent and they're not going back and saying no so some of the disciplines of racing and replace we'll go over. That is how you start. Moving your priorities around on your calendar so that you can make new commitments and actually fulfil them. Yeah I remember seeing this quote in the one thing and it stopped me dead in my tracks. If doing the most important thing is the most important thing. Why do anything else? The number one life folks the lie that everything matters equally in every day we wake up. There's all these things that we can do but we started doing the stuff that's on our plate like Dominos and just started lining them up and understood that this is the first one and just go think what happens. They all fall. The challenge is how many of us genuinely are clear on our lead domino every day. But not so. Walk you through how you get there. How many of you were not in. How billionaire set goals yesterday. Keep your hands up. If you're like. Oh snap that class happened. Yeah okay we know one of the most common questions that come when people come to some of our advances goal settings and now there's GPS there's four one wonders time blocking a sixty six day challenge. Calendar what the heck out do I do it all together? Let us walk you through this because all these tools in Iraq to give you clarity on your priorities we start by going way out and asking. Where do we want to be someday from now for you? That can be ten years fifteen years twenty years you get to choose what that means. Mel. Let's stop real quick. Do you think that is an easy question to answer? Now it requires that you do. What search search for the answer search past the wall of? I don't know who you keep searching. And based on that someday vision you get to look back and say great. Where do I need to be five years from now to be on track for my someday? You think that's easy. It's not you still have to search but this is where you start to hit your stride. Where do I have to be this year to be on track for my boss

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"sixty six days" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on WTVN

"A parade route during this year's carnival season Richard Cantu ABC news it's going to be a quiet Sunday evening in fact our overnight hours are pretty mild we sit in the mid thirties those temperatures coming after midnight into early Monday morning would you say you drive a car covers on the increase as we start Monday with mostly cloudy conditions rain moves into your Monday afternoon but temperatures still topping out pretty warm in the mid to upper forties I'm A. B. C. six first morning forecaster Caroline Coen on your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN every four years the president no no not that of course of the summer Olympics not that either the calendar needs correcting the old three hundred and sixty six days of news talk and sports and twenty twenty and every day and will need every second of it this year during the election this is news radio six ten twenty four seven three hundred sixty sixty twenty twenty WTVN finally coming in the great American of course out of the forest in the frauds continue watching some of the made in the past two days I guess they're tired talking about Roger stone in the four person on the jury who was sake Hey all pro democratic activists who picketed in front of the trump organizational hotel out in front near the White House and this is a democratic activists who.

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Form a Power Habit Today with Tim Beverlin

The ONE Thing

09:41 min | 1 year ago

Form a Power Habit Today with Tim Beverlin

"Often wish that we had someone in our world who could hold US accountable. Who can have a vision of what's possible for us and would be willing to take a stand for the greatness when we may be fighting for our limitations? The person you're GonNa meet today found that person and he found it in the form of a five year old daughter. If you've read the book you know the FM Alexander quote that people do not decide their futures they decide their habits and their our habits decide their futures. What are the habits that you can form that? If you form them would make cheating extraordinary life easier easier or unnecessary. And who are the people in your world who can begin holding you accountable as you go on your first sixty six day challenge into making that a power habit. Today's episode is a journey of what it looks like to form that first habit what it looks like to seek accountability and how purpose can be woven in to all of this to take your results to an even higher level with that. Let's get into this conversation with Tim. Beverly so why are we sitting here today. Today happens to be day. Sixty six in my first sixty six day challenge of running every a day for sixty six days. What inspired you to go on? A six day challenge to form the habit of running so after listening to the podcast and rereading the one thing for the the sixth or seventh time and finding what is that thing that I struggle with right now and if I were to do that one thing would would lead to other habits being able to be stacked upon that Running is not something I necessarily enjoy and yet I knew if I could commit to running for sixty six days talk about it to others that are in my world in my businesses. An in my family that I would have level accountability as well as that a little check check mark but I want to get every day for six days so at six. Am this morning. started my run and at six thirty or so. When I was wrapping up it was sixty six days and I know that there will be sixty seventh day because it's now habit? How long did it take for it to become a habit for you? Great question by day Eh. About thirty or thirty five I had some traveling to do and my wife and I had a flight to catch from Philadelphia Tennessee at seven. Seven o'clock in the morning. We live about an hour from the airport. The only way to get my run in that day was to run at four o'clock in the morning. And that's not my normal wakeup time and I found myself waking up at three forty five without an alarm and on the treadmill at four. AM running to get my check mark for my thirty fifth day so that one was pretty confident. Confident it was. It was becoming a habit and yet not every day was easy. Talked about that a little bit because I think people it's very simple right. ooh Just just do one thing every day for six days power habit that sticks yes life is amazing. Go through through why it's not easy. It's not easy because life shows up and there are days in my business. That would go a little long and I would get home at seven or eight o'clock at night and I hadn't checked the box yet and sometimes I'd bring dinner home with me. Put It on the counter and go to the basement jumping my treadmill That was not easy and yet it became easier over time. MHM. Because I didn't WanNA break the streak in an at the time I implemented this sixty six day challenge. My daughter asked what the chart was on the fridge and I I have a five year old and five year olds are quite curious. What's that well it's A? It's a challenge. Daddy's zone is going to Run every day for sixty six days. Did she fully get that concept not at all. I want to talk to so I had a second chart. Laminated on the fridge. And everyday she had a good day as I. Four and five year olds. Don't always have good days. They have really great days and days and make you appreciate the really great days and she got a check mark for her really good days and there are times that she would ask my wife. Did Daddy run today. Did he get checkmark today. Where's the APP or travel and and come back? And did you get to put your check marks Markson did you miss any days and having that level of accountability from a five year old. It's really unbelievable. Go into that more. Because we've done a few episodes votes before with parents and their kids and how the kids started living the one thing as a result of watching the parent. What does it mean for your child to have a great day often? It's that my wife has a great day because our children had had now we're really talking the domino and it leads to me having a better day as well at least things got a tie together really really nicely. It's awareness really what it comes down to who is a as a five year old the you know some of their actions they control some of them are just pure emotion that comes out and watching her get really sad. What if she doesn't get a check mark that day that it's starting to become a check mark for her as well and and habits can be built for any age? Yeah so where did this go back to where this came from you. You put your sixty six day challenge calendar where I put it on the side of my refrigerator. Okay as I come in the door go around the corner from my garage. I see the side of the refrigerator and I can see the check marks. Okay and at. What point did your daughter start showing interest in this day one as soon as I put up the Fritsch daddy what's up? What is that and I had to copies? My original intention was to have a laminated copy on the fridge and one down on the treadmill and the two copies just are are side by side on the Fridge Wants Hers One's mine. And what point did it become hearse day one. So what would that conversation look. What because they were for a lot of the parents listen to this? They're like Oh this is really really cool so walk us through how you enlisted the involvement of your child so it was. What was that and when I explained that it was a challenge challenge of sorts? I really believe kids like to be challenged And she wanted to be involved in it and it became a thing that her and I could do together and came up with what would be something. We can measure how. `Bout we measure that every time you have a really good day weeds project MC and we roughly find with that means that Kinda depends on the day every time you don't eat. We're going to skip that day. You have a blank spot. And there's some days it she'll go to countersign. I didn't get my mark yesterday or the day before or the day before it just drives but three or four marks in a row and it's it's become thing we're really. I'm ahead of her. At the moment. I have all sixty six checks and yet she sees the value and what those check marks represent I should mention. I'm not a physician and I. I don't know that running every day for sixty six days. It's the right move quickly and yet the experience has been life changing. We'll hi how's it been life chain. It's come show me what's possible by doing something as simplistic as getting on a treadmill every day. And it's not about the distance I attract my time for the first mile L.. Attract me speed for the first mile and what we shared. Bur what I shared with you before was at my sprint has now become less than my pace and it was unintentional. It just found myself turning up to speed a little bit more in a little bit more in a little bit more in graduate gradually then suddenly I was running faster than I have ever tracked before and this is a habit that I never enjoyed loyd running a staring at a concrete wall running on a treadmill how exciting his at and by the way those eulogising if you would like to get a copy of the sixty six day challenge calendar just go to the one thing dot com. That's the number one in the oral. Click on the free stuff tab and you can download it and start your first power day before going through the sixty six. Stay Challenge. What used to be your sprint? The thing that you would have to work hard to get it's fast you could possibly go is now the bare minimum. That's the pace. That's the pace and the sprint now would have been something that would have knocked off the treadmill Go into more like this shows shows. What's possible what does that mean? What are the things that you now? What are the questions are now asking yourself that you've never asked before? What else have I? I've been cheating myself on by not doing this five years ago when I knew about the sixty six day challenge. And what's next. Say One to learn a a second language. Perhaps I pick one worded day that I learned in an another language for the next sixty six days. I've read somewhere that The average person says about two two hundred words about the use. Whether it's true or not I honestly don't know and yet if I could learn sixty six words in nearly any language who at least get me on the path to mastery of that language and that idea so simplistic one word today. Of course I can do that. How long would that really take to learn one word per day? Three three minutes five minutes and it's just committing to that activity every day and not ever ever ever skipping it. No matter what

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Start Slower: Apply a Negative Split Strategy

Daily Sales Tips

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Start Slower: Apply a Negative Split Strategy

"To Strada who has a ton of athletes fleet data including a lot of my own January nineteenth is quitters day. That's the day that the largest number of people break their New Year's resolutions tient nineteen days. Last I checked a year is three hundred sixty five days long then. Twenty twenty is actually three hundred sixty six days long because this is a leap year. This reminds me a lot of some really bad races. I've run I started out way too fast and totally flamed out. The whole rest of the race ended up being one. Big Struggle. Seems like the same things going on here and I've certainly been guilty of this. Whether it's been the start of a new year or starting out in a new role I've busted out sprinting at an unsustainable pace the solution to all this is another racing strategy called the negative split Wikipedia. GPA describes the negative split as a racing strategy that involves completing the second half of a race faster than the first half it's defined by the intentional Setting of a slower initial pace followed by a gradual or sudden increase of speed towards the end of the race. Same article suggests that the advantages check this strategy are that it helps build discipline subverting. The natural instinct to begin running as fast as possible. Progressively increasing speed in any race allows the runner to focus on passing each person running directly ahead in every race. That I've personally done well in and felt good about. This is why it went well. I started out conservatively and was able to continually build speed and momentum throughout and with any luck still had enough for a solid sprint sprint. The finish so think about how this might apply to your year. I don't remember if I've talked about this publicly or not. But most of what I do can be better here. Described as habits setting rather than goal setting. I know that if I'm consistent in my habits and core activities that the resulting goals become more or less automatic the key is consistency. It's pointless setting up activity goals. That are only sustainable for a short period of time instead instead I personally think it makes more sense to start at a pace that slower than what you know. You can maintain than slowly incrementally Kelly and methodically continued to build and build until you are just a monster of execution. I believe this is a far more sustainable Strategy that will keep you from giving up on your new personal strategy after just nineteen days and instead put you on track to keep it going for one hundred ninety ninety days and beyond and not. Just keep it going but continuing to build building your endurance your stamina your confidence and if you do all that it's almost impossible missile to not achieve the results you desire. Maybe you've already fallen off yourself. Happens to all of us. Don't feel like you're done for the rest of the year and give up that's nuts. January first is totally artificial. Look at your own planned actions and do a reset or maybe you're still on track but you know you're on a collision course with burnout or another issue. Reevaluate those goals and give some thought to potentially backing off a bit for now and giving yourself some room to grow. There's just something psychologically gratifying about achieving consistently at ever increasing rates it builds a ton of confidence which becomes a powerful positive feedback. Loop that keeps you going instead of putting yourself in a position where after just just a couple of weeks you feel like a failure and feel like you've messed up yet again which is a downward negative spiral that you definitely don't want to associate with

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Why So Many Immigrants Have Birthdays On Jan. 1

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Why So Many Immigrants Have Birthdays On Jan. 1

"Wednesday is new year's day and also it's the birthday of thousands of immigrant Americans why because they fled biting or some other kind of disaster in a part of the world where birthdays aren't as big a deal as they are here in the US so when it came time to fill out American paperwork and without access to their birth records well turns out many just chose January first business insider points to immigration data from two thousand nine that shows eleven thousand of the nearly eighty thousand refugees to the US that you're listed January one as their birth date that's fourteen percent and probably high even if you don't assume an even distribution of births throughout the year which you shouldn't at least for people born in the US for native born Americans new year's day is actually one of the least popular birthdays five thirty eight looked at birth data from nineteen ninety four to two thousand fourteen and ranked January one three hundred and sixty fifth of three hundred sixty six days ahead of only Christmas day they pointed to lots of variables to explain the popularity and unpopularity of particular dates like parents inducing labor in order to avoid a holiday at a hospital or a leap day or even a Friday the thirteenth now flip that data on its head and you'll find some of the most popular birthdays land in the middle of September which is just about nine months from well right now happy holidays

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Female astronaut Christina Koch makes history

Business Rockstars

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Female astronaut Christina Koch makes history

"Life astronaut Christina coke launched to the international space station on March fifteenth now March or two hundred eighty ninth day in space breaking retired astronaut Peggy Winston's world record for the longest single space flight by a one it coca's participated in four space walks joining astronaut Jessica mir for history's first all female excursion in October she plans to venture back outside twice more in January again teaming up with me to complete the installation of new solar array batteries for the station's solar powered system when coke returns to earth fed you worry six her time in space will stand at three hundred twenty eight days just twelve shy a retired astronaut mark Kelly US record set in two thousand sixteen the all time single flight record four hundred thirty eight days was set by cosmonaut Valeriy Pauline cough in nineteen ninety five which didn't still holds the US record for total time in space six hundred sixty six days over five flights for USA radio news I'm John

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"sixty six days" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

15:22 min | 1 year ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"So Joan, we're back and almost every human being on this planet struggles on some level with weight laws or financial troubles, or relationship, troubles, or some combo of the three talk to us about how inner sizing can help people make the shift. They need to create a better over. All life going back to what we talked about earlier. We all develop these thermostat like set points and those points are result of the knowledge we have the skills we have the beliefs, we have. But more importantly, it's part of the habitual way we have developed ourselves. There's something called the automatic self and in another big term. There's, there's a network like series of circuits in the brain that make up something called the default mode network. So the default metric is just the way that I'm always going to default to, and the default mode network defaults to your habits. So if you think about what habits were you born with and the answer is none. You didn't have any beliefs. You didn't have any perspective on the world. You didn't have any habits you develop these habits. Now, what our habits made up of habits are made up of our thoughts. Our emotions are exp-. -periences are behaviors that produce these results and over time these habits formulate, a part of the brain called the stratum, which is the default mode network of our being. And so when we get stuck in a relationship when we get stuck financial, we have challenges, most people are repeating patterns over and over and over again. And they're not even aware that this scene the first time they've had a financial challenge. This isn't the first time they've had a relation challenges in the first time they've lost weight and gained it all back. And so the question is how do we reset a habitual patterns in the brain, the stuff that works ninety five to ninety eight percent automatically without our even knowing it day in and day out? And the answer is by creating a new pattern that we have to reinforce new thought patterns emotional Patas new belief patterns. New ways of managing our emotions. And that means we have to intercept. Some new neuro muscles are here is the, the thing that every wants to pay very, very close attention to we used to believe the neuroscience neuro science neuropsychologist. Can you believe that it took about twenty one days to develop this new thought emotional or behavioral pattern will take that number and throw it out the window and forget it for the rest of your life because all of the latest research? It's come out just in the last twelve months says it takes between sixty six days and three hundred and sixty five days of repeating a pattern for it to go from us. Consciously using our effort to it becoming a sub-conscious new pattern that overrides the old one. I hope I make that really, really clear, not twenty one thirty five. At forty five between sixty six and three hundred sixty five days to develop a new pattern that goes from your conscious effort, you know, having to think about doing it to a sub-conscious pattern that actually works without you thinking fire nation. These are the type of value bombs, and I want you to be absorbing from John as kind of going through this inner sizing process, and Joan. I want to do right now is get specific because you've us intersex techniques to lose weight to build strength. This is you how have you done it love it? Okay. So let's, let's take me as an example, with building my companies many, many years ago, I set a goal to build Remax of Indiana which is the CEO of and founder of and my first goal when I was twenty six years old was to hit a billion dollars in sales. Everybody thought I was fricking crazy. But I used something called cognitive priming. Ng every single day for seven years. Previously, explain cognitive priming show. I set the goal of the billion dollars in sales at no idea how to achieve it. I didn't have the money to hire. People I didn't have anything other than me. I bought the franchising rights for Remax for the state of Indiana. And every day, I would read my vision, and I would read it like this. I'm so happy and grateful, that Remax of Indiana is now a billion dollar a year in sales company, all of the tools and resources, and people that I need in order to make this happen and a reality is coming into play right now. So that was one vision that I would read every single date next. I would read, and by the way, I would read it, I would emotionally, is it I would record it that I would have the repetition every single day in my years, I'm so happy and grateful. For the fact that I have all the knowledge intelligence. Adam resources required to achieve my goal. I created these affirmations for myself, I then would put my fingers on my laminated document with all of this written down, and as I was running my fingers across it. I knew that I was sending a signal from my fingers to my brain. Now I did all of this as a part of something called cognitive priming as I just mentioned. And then I would close my eyes, I would activate the oxypan load, when I would visualize this being real. And then I also learn how to manage the little voice in my head. That said, that's bull. You don't have the knowledge you don't have the skills, you don't have the rules, the resources the people or the money to make this happen. And I used this simple word every time I heard the little inner critic in my head. I just go next. Now, I knew that my old self. I knew that my old beliefs. My old fears would rear their ugly. Head in the form of a little critic inside my head. Those are my old neurons. Trying to keep me stuck remember the thermostat analogy. I used this is the way our brain tries to keep stuck through these self talk these self deprecating language patterns in our own brain. But I was. Learned enough at that point to go just next, and then I would repeat the affirmation repeat repeat the emotion, and then I'd say, what do I need to do today to make this a reality and needless to say nineteen eighty seven when I started this, it wasn't a reality, I was a one man person in an office and executive office suite and in nineteen ninety Ninety-two my company had one point two billion dollars in sales. I had built one of the fastest growing Remax real estate companies in the world. And then I knew we were stuck we had about seven eight hundred agents and we got stuck at one point two billion dollars for a couple of years. I said, okay. Why are we stock? I know there is so much more room for growth here. And so at one of our annual conferences, I asked my group of real estate agents I think I had about seven hundred seven fifty at that time said, how many of you want to double? Apple your income in the next twelve months. And everybody's hand went up. I said, great for those who wanna come and I'm to call it now inner size with me for the next six months, I'll show you how to reprogram your sub conscious might. So it goes to work for you. Instead of against you and seventy five people raise their hands and they agreed to pay three thousand dollars. I can put the infrastructure in place for them to be able to be accountable, everyday to a series of inner sizes that took about twenty minutes day to do. And in the first six months, those seventy five people forget about the other seven hundred seventy five people increased my sales above and beyond what they did the year before by one hundred million dollars. And so, then, as you can imagine the following year, I took it to every single agent and over the next four years. My company went from one point two billion to four and a half billion dollars. I didn't teach them. One new skill about selling homes or marketing homes, and getting listings zero all I taught them was how to get their conscious and their sub conscious mind aligned through inner sizing every single day and that was, you know, as you can imagine that was nine hundred eighty seven nine hundred ninety to ninety ninety five and now the technology and the methodology is so much better. That's why I'm so excited about this. And that's really why I wrote inner size is to really get people to understand that the power is Ruth in you. And if you learn how to use your brain better, based on the latest brain science, you'll be able to achieve goals that you can only dream of now with all this being said, John, we're entrepreneurs. We feel fear. We feel fear failure fear of success. I mean you name it, we're gonna fear it on some levels. So now that you said that fear can be transformed into a fuel for success. Let's talk about that. How is that possible? Well, first, you have to understand fear, and most people don't understand this. Fear is one of your six core. Sub conscious emotions. So let's go back to understanding our brains better. If safety is the number one priority for the brain, right survival, I and safety for my motions finances, family mental being etcetera, than anything that the brain, your brain for Seve's as being real or potential danger is going to activate a part of the brain called the amid Delilah, the emotional center of the brain, and it's gonna fire off either cortisol epinephrine, or adrenaline, nor epinephrine. And why do we do that with you think about when we were still in caves? And sabertooth Tigers trying to eat us, we would have to have this fear centers. So highly attuned for our live safety, and our families, and our children, and our tribe. And so this is one of the most highly developed parts of our brains. Is this a middle? There's two of them on each side of our brain just above our ears and any time that we have one of the fifty core fears fear of failure. Fear success and failure fear being disa- disappointed, embarrassed ashamed. Ridiculed judge killed this neuro chemical release in the brain is got got us on high alert. And what are we going to do while we're either going to have to fight, which is rare, these days, we're going to have to freeze, which is what happens to most? Entrepreneurs will have to run away which habits of most entrepreneurs, and then one of the things that happens to some people's they'll actually faint when this neuro. Chemical release is happening in their body. Now, what if I told you that in less than ninety seconds, you can actually d activate your fear response center in your brain? And here's how to do it in the book. I talk about inner size number one. So when you are afraid of failing you're afraid of being a barrier to shame ridicule. Judge, whatever if you just stopped, and you took six deep breaths in through your nose, and then out through your mouth like you're blowing out through a straw, now the reason for that is because it changes your focus, and it causes you to focus on breathing out through a straw, six to ten deep breaths in five seconds out five seconds in five seconds out five seconds that is enough to deactivate the fear center in the brain. And what happens when the fear center in the brain is activated for any one of the fifty fears? The logical rational thinking brain, all the blood flow moves away from that all away from that left prefrontal cortex and into the fear center of the brain. So you can have all the engineered to take off and run away, if you need to or fight the sabertooth tiger. So if you did inner size number one to calm, the circuits I so you're out of a reactive.

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How Can We Make Better Resolutions?

BrainStuff

04:12 min | 2 years ago

How Can We Make Better Resolutions?

"The coming year. They often resolved to get out of debt. Sound familiar? Many of us are still making that resolution today. So what's the secret to actually keeping it just wanting something to change is not enough? You need a strategy to make it stick one way to do. This is to share your resolution with others. We spoke with Joe Ferrari, professor of psychology at depaul university in Chicago as he pointed out when you keep resolutions secret. No one is going to check up on you. You're only accountable to yourself. He says that a party to publicly share your resolutions an admirable way to ring in the new year. Social media offers another avenue to let others and on your goals. But once you've involved others in your resolutions. What steps can you? You take to ensure that when they do check up on you. You'll have something positive to report. Success of your New Year's resolutions starts in your head limiting yourself to a few resolutions, maybe even one and being specific are a few things to keep in mind. This prevents overload and frustration for example, I want to lose ten pounds by March first or I want to save fifty dollars each paycheck. The best goals are challenging but manageable, and that's a sensitive balance that only you can find for yourself overly ambitious goals can drain a person's confidence when they're not met instead build on small observable victories and possibly achieve bigger goals down the line and take things on one at a time. Whatever goals, you do tackle be sure to monitor your progress. Ferrari said if your resolution is to lose weight check your weight regularly if it's to save money right down where you spent your money monitoring those few challenging goals, you set will dramatically improve your success rate. Sometimes just the active recording everything you eat or spend can cause you to eat or spend less, even if you don't consciously change anything else. Whatever. Your New Year's goals. Give yourself some time to make them a reality more time than you may have planned on actually while most people cling to the widespread belief that new habits can be formed in twenty one days. New research is Justin that we need a longer timetable one. We study found that it took participants average of sixty six days to do something different and stick with it. Today's episode was written by loyal dove and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other fresh topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bounds and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join us every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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How Can We Make Better Resolutions?

BrainStuff

05:59 min | 2 years ago

How Can We Make Better Resolutions?

"In two thousand and four in a tiny town. A young woman named Rebecca Gould was brutally murdered nearly fifteen years later her killer is still on the loose. It's just really surreal walking around. Ideal. Mention so much ear to guys out there yell depressed, dude. I'm Katherine towns. And this is Helen gone binge all of season one now at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, bring stuff I'm Lauren Boga bomb and the concept of creating New Year's resolutions is so ingrained in US culture that the government keeps a list of popular resolutions and resources for achieving them. It's a baker's dozen of good intentions including drink alcohol. Eat healthy food, get a better education. Get a better job get fit managed at manage stress and recycle digital research. Backs up this lists universality. According to a twenty eleven Marced university poll losing weight top the list for one in five resolution making Americans closely followed by exercising more with spending less than saving more quitting smoking. And being a better person all tied for third. But is it true that most people don't keep their resolutions? The answer as many of us around the house to forks office were relieved to discover appears to be a resounding. Yes. Richard Wiseman as I collagen and author with a penchant for mass participation experiments found that fifty two percent of people making New Year's resolutions or confident that they'd stick it out yet only a scant twelve percent really did. So why bother a New Year's resolutions are as one author wrote a triumph of hope over experience there a way to quantify what we wish for selves, their means of cataloging, our personal satisfactions, and perhaps most importantly their method of racing errors of the past year. Yes. New Year's resolutions are all about hopefulness. And it's always been that way. Of course ringing in the new year isn't a construct of modern Americans some four thousand years ago by balloons rang in their new year with an eleven day festival in March and ancient Egyptians celebrated the advent of their new calendar during the Nile rivers annual flood by forty six BC e Roman emperor Julius Caesar had moved the first day of the year to January first in honor of the Roman God of beginnings. Janice, an idea that took some time. To catch on however in fifteen eighty to see pope, Gregory, the eighth breath January first new year back in vogue with the Gregorian. Calendar. A concept the persists today. The origin of making New Year's resolutions rests with the Babylonians who reportedly made promises to the gods in hopes that earn good favor in the coming year. They often resolved to get out of debt. Sound familiar? Many of us are still making that resolution today. So what's the secret to actually keeping it just wanting something to change is not enough? You need a strategy to make it stick one way to do. This is to share your resolution with others. We spoke with Joe Ferrari, professor of psychology at depaul university in Chicago as he pointed out when you keep resolutions secret. No one is going to check up on you. You're only accountable to yourself. He says that a party to publicly share your resolutions an admirable way to ring in the new year. Social media offers another avenue to let others and on your goals. But once you've involved others in your resolutions. What steps can you? You take to ensure that when they do check up on you. You'll have something positive to report. Success of your New Year's resolutions starts in your head limiting yourself to a few resolutions, maybe even one and being specific are a few things to keep in mind. This prevents overload and frustration for example, I want to lose ten pounds by March first or I want to save fifty dollars each paycheck. The best goals are challenging but manageable, and that's a sensitive balance that only you can find for yourself overly ambitious goals can drain a person's confidence when they're not met instead build on small observable victories and possibly achieve bigger goals down the line and take things on one at a time. Whatever goals, you do tackle be sure to monitor your progress. Ferrari said if your resolution is to lose weight check your weight regularly if it's to save money right down where you spent your money monitoring those few challenging goals, you set will dramatically improve your success rate. Sometimes just the active recording everything you eat or spend can cause you to eat or spend less, even if you don't consciously change anything else. Whatever. Your New Year's goals. Give yourself some time to make them a reality more time than you may have planned on actually while most people cling to the widespread belief that new habits can be formed in twenty one days. New research is Justin that we need a longer timetable one. We study found that it took participants average of sixty six days to do something different and stick with it. Today's episode was written by loyal dove and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other fresh topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bounds and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join us every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"And then only plug it in if you can say the name of the show that you wanna watch. So you're not allowed to just like turn Netflix on and find something. I don't know what the number is. But we've all heard that that for any action to become a habit. You have to repeat it. I don't know. But is it thirty times twenty times something like that? Are you on board with that? Yes. This is a really common question. I get you know, how many days is take Bill to have it. Or how many times do you have to do it? You'll hear twenty one days thirty days one hundred days right now, sixty six days is going around is the current hot number because there is one study done that showed that on average it took about sixty six days, but even within that study the range was quite wide. You know, if it was an easy habit. Like drinking glass of water at launch that might take three weeks. If it was a difficult habit. Like going for a run after work each day that might take eight months. As a general rule of thumb that it's going to be like a few months. I think that's a reasonable thing to keep in mind. But I think there's actually a deeper issue here, which is that when we ask questions like how long does it take to build a habit? There's this implicit assumption behind the question of well, how long do I need to work until it's easier like how long until I can stop working or stop focusing on this and the honest answer to how long does it. Take to build a habit is forever. Because once you stop doing it. It's no longer a habit. And I think that that needs to be like a mental shift that we make habits are not a finish line to cross their lifestyle to be lived. You're really looking for a sustainable change that you can live with long term. And I think that is another reason to focus on small habits these little atomic habits that are not intimidating and actually sustainable do. You think it's pretty obvious. If I say, I want to be a writer that that to get started. Anyway, I probably. Have a pretty good idea of what that means or do I really need to go and study, what writers do to become writers..

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"sixty six days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The question she was given an out but she was asked the question can the government is it constitutional you believe is constitutional for the government to force you to buy groceries certain vegetables certain grocers gorsuch took sixty six days yeah yeah and so the point from that that is the point from the nomination the point from when they were nominated to when they were actually confirmed you're right yeah so the longest is the longest is three months and a lot of that has to do with well and and if you look at which takes which takes you to the at ninety days takes you to october but the goal as been stated the goal should be to have him seated before october first yes when when the session actually begin have the have the hearings in august because they're still in session was wall street journal was saying they should have you know a a average time line would be to have it nagas and the vote in early september yeah right and i think the you know you and i talked about the inevitability factor of it and the democrats yesterday on the show we were talking about how the democrats wants to seemingly ignore how inevitable this is but it really is inevitable you know the it it you and i have the just the discussion in our preshow meeting monday evening going into the tuesday show and i told you i said you know the gut feeling really wasn't wasn't a gut feeling as much as it was the analysis from all the way around at least at that point it was just a few hours old but that that you know it could be a very slim vote likely will be a slim vote but it's also likely that cavanaugh will be confirmed and so unless there's something we don't know i guess it is personal life then then really i don't see anything based on the analysis since monday evening that would change when when you see the dnc deputy chairman keith ellison ellison excuse me coming out and he said he's not really not impeachment of supreme court justice yeah it at that point you realize the panic is setting in right and immediately and we got the call yesterday while they may try to do what what fdr tried to do which was packed the court yeah but that didn't work for him right he was in a number one i wasn't able to accomplish that it didn't go over well with with the the country and so these are all things that they will do in order an attempt to save face and because if if cavenaugh gets sir the next couple of months there's going to be absolute rage and i think some of that rage may be taken out against the leadership of the of the democrat party whether they deserve it or not yeah no i think so too i and this is the other side of that you know durbin trying to make the point the other day that it's better to lose the senate then dude to cast a vote during the the the hearings four in support of cavanaugh and we did the numbers there and said okay fine so then you lose it and then the inevitable's going to happen anyway his next pick whoever that is is going to be confirmed because you you just lost seats in the senate so where do you the inevitability here there's no there's no out for the democrats again barring some kind of personal story about cavanaugh or any any pick along the way that we don't know of and i guarantee you the liberal media has been all over this well before monday because he was on the shortlist it's likely that's not going to happen so unless he commits some kind of crime between now and the confirmation hearings there's nowhere to go for the democrats except for scream scream scream and here's the.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of that has to do with procedural items right neal gorsuch took sixty sixty six days to confirm right so you take it you take it to seventy days and you're still into september yeah and again the the target would be and the goal is to get the him seated by by october first then that all of it lines up there you're you have it you have done at the latest by the third week of september you know if you look at it the media that's does quite a bit of a vetting the shortlist was out there was there was a ton of vetting done already on on the shortlist we talked about this early earlier but it bears repeating the new set of course in the senate they're going to try and bring up anything and everything but those smaller items really they're not the ones that that anyone who is paying attention to the confirmation process the hearing process is going to look at it's going to be the things that rand paul has a question or two right with meta data some of the other things wade ravi wade we'll take lead i'm sure for the left the and the right actually you brought that up earlier you know it's both the left the the let's saying he's going to overturn roe v wade and then the rights going he's not going to overturn roe v way concerns from both sides so plenty of questions there those would be the ones that that that the people will be paying attention to a bike away i think out of all the confirmation processes and hearings of any scotus pick this probably will be one of the most interesting and some of the most notable i think comments and questions will come out of it because it is so important we don't have any vacation scheduled for august do we know yeah eight six six ninety redeye as we start this week the condition of the nation spring wheat has approved so that eighty percent of the crop is rated in good to excellent condition it is very unusual once the crops heading out and you move into july to see crop conditions as high as what we're seeing in two thousand eighteen in fact we had agriculture department meteorologist brad mickey go back over twenty three years of records and he told us there is only one other year once you get into early to mid july that we have seen crop conditions eighty percent good to excellent or greater and that was two thousand ten at eightythree percent on the eleventh of july twenty ten and it stayed like that all the way to harvest so this year eighty percent good to excellent question is can we sustain those very high crop conditions the crop will be dealing with some hotter than normal temperatures over the next week or two and we're getting to the point where the crop will be filling so you know he can still be important at this point but there's no signs of it really falling off the tracks if any the point in the near future and we'll keep tracking it all season gary crawford for the us department of agriculture washington the usda report is sponsored by senators roadmaster xl premium highway diesel fuel.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Burn up what you want nude photos that holy sites we'll tell you about that on the way here and she's pretty foxy i'll give you a cure that more on the way about that your calls and thoughts eight fifty five four fifty three you're welcome to join us eight five five four five zero three seven three three joining you in studio tonight it's ian and chris daryl we're going to continue on the latest case of yet another bitcoin in this case a buyer online on local bitcoins being prosecuted successfully and going to prison for more than a year we'll explain more about that coming up here in moments but we're going to your phone calls and thoughts i do want to also invite you over to freetalklive dot com where you can sign up for our email list it's sandbox right there on the front page of the website when you are on the the actual front page of your watching during the live show then it's our live player but then if you go into the full site you'll you'll see the sign up box there at freetalklive dot com we'll send you emails usually once a week to keep you in the loop with what's going on with the show let's go to kneel he's on the line i think from arizona or california neil you're on free talk live okay guy three hundred sixty five days or less would be a misdemeanor the reason why they gave her three hundred sixty six days makes it a felony so it's the lowest potential sentence for a felony is what you're saying he did it get to screw with her give her a felony record well the article here at the bottom says that prosecutors were seeking something that was three times as harsh as break so she got a break in the plea deal which would mean that she got the lowest possible that she could have got for a felony felony so she's still got the felony but i'll go to prison for just three hundred sixty six days anything else than she would have been not guilty then presumably thank you for pointing that out neil anything you want to share besides that tonight no that'll do but you know that one thanks man i appreciate the call here the toll free number is eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom i actually pulled up the district attorney or the us department of justice press release about this where they're gloating and and they say here i don't know if it does it get to this and the technical piece that she is going to be forfeiting a lot of money so even though she's only being hit with a twenty thousand dollar fine three hundred thousand dollars cash twentyfive gold bars and forty bitcoin right yes yeah so that'll all be forfeit in this case where she pleaded guilty to one count of operating an unlicensed money transmitting business and one count of money laundering now we were just discussing is there more from ours technica that yeah yeah i mean honestly a lot more but there's about half of yeah if you think it's worth sharing let's continue the story again theresa lynn tetley who's fifty years old is going to prison for it says that she was both buying and selling but in this case she was buying from she's buying and selling a local bitcoins in this case she was being the buyer action i mean this is the heart of it these eventually these deals eventually came to a head in march two dozen seventeen deals an undercover da right yes and the woman's boyfriend was also an undercover agent what technically bought three hundred thousand dollars held in to trader joe's paper grocery bags to buy coolant amount of bitcoins from the fake boyfriend tetley was arrested immediately and eventually plead guilty to money laundering yeah so yeah and so what's not been made clear in this news article is what exactly was told to her.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To be with you the popcorn story you have to hear to believe in grab your popcorn because there is more yesterday had the chance to speak with the vice president mike pence joined the show for tony cox today and we've talked about brett cavanaugh president trump's nominee to the supreme court and we had a series of of of conversation not serious conversations but a series of questions about how did this come about was about expediency or wasn't about his constitutional document of which brad kavanagh has much constitutional argument his decisions there in the dc court of appeals have been used by the supreme court before they've used his decisions he is he is certainly a solid legal mind and very much not on not on all subjects in certainly not to every extent i would like even more but can be seen as as a constitutionalist i would have gone for someone stronger i don't i don't lie about that but i'd be lying if i said that he wasn't they better selection on paper than kennedy remember kennedy was nominated by president reagan and then he slipped left of center it happens it's y you have to be really sure with the pick then again john roberts john roberts many people said oh conservative grade some people said have you really gone through his record that's when i realized that there are people who they know the nuances and the differences and i listened to them and then roberts is the guy who allowed obamacare to go through so i don't have a massive levels of trepidation with brett cabin but i'm aware of brechin on so i spoke to the to the vice president about this and i said you know the big story here is is in me and isn't the american people it's those guys in the senate there are democrats who now we're going to have to answer for why would be opposed to the nominee so there'd be heidi heitkamp the center of north dakota there'd be joe mansion the west virginia and very specifically your home my home indiana senator joe donnelly have you spoken to the senator do you think joe donnelly will vote to confirm brett cabin on and if and if you do speak to him what do you say to him to get him to a yes vote well i i hope senator donnelly voted to confirm judge supreme court of the united states but you know for hoosiers the question is is is joe donnelly gonna stand with chuck schumer fan with the american left or is he going to stand up and support the most qualified the most deserving nominated the supreme court of the united states in in judge that's the question this before hoosiers i think in the days ahead i know that senator donnelly has expressed a desire to study dude kavanagh's record to sit out on meet with him and i look forward to speaking with you about judge cavanaugh i had the privilege to me with a number of our finalists over the course of the last week and then i can tell you in judge cavenaugh senator donnelly and every member of the senate this willing to sit down with them is going to find someone who has the character temperamental analytic and the background to make an out standing justice on the supreme court and so we continued this theme the vice president and i because there is intransigence out there and that whole all of america is excited about this pick ain't necessarily the case neal gorsuch was confirmed in sixty six days but as we talk just a little bit there is a lot of democrat in transients out there there's protests there screaming there was some people arrested in new york shannon bream fox news.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tony cats so good to be with you the popcorn we had a series of of of conversation not conversations but a series of questions about how did this come about was about expediency or was it about his constitutional document of which brad kavanagh has much constitutional argument his decisions there in the dc court of appeals have been used by the supreme court before they've used his decisions he is he is certainly a a solid legal mind and very much not on all subjects and certainly not to every extent i would like even more but can be seen as a constitutionalist i would've gone for someone stronger i don't i don't lie about that but i'd be lying if i said that he wasn't they better selection on paper then kennedy remember kennedy was nominated by president reagan and then he slipped left of center it happens it's y you have to be really sure with a pit then again john roberts john roberts many people said oh conservative great some people said have you really gone through his record that's when i realized that there are people who they know the nuances and the differences in listened to them and then roberts is the guy who allowed obamacare to go through so i don't have a massive levels of trepidation with brad kavanagh but i'm aware of bread cam non so i spoke to the to the vice president about this and i said you know the big story here is is in me and isn't the american people it's those guys in the senate there are democrats now we're going to have to answer for why would be opposed to the nominee so there'd be heidi heitkamp the center of north dakota there'd be joe mansion the center west virginia and very specifically your home my home indiana senator joe donnelly have you spoken to the senator do you think joe donnelly will vote to confirm brett cabin on and if and if you do speak to him what do you say to him to get him to a yes vote well i hope senator donald votes to confirm judge capital to the supreme court of the united states but neo for hoosiers the question is is is joe donnelly gonna stand with chuck schumer and with the american left or is he going to stand up and support the most qualified the most deserving nominated spring court of the united states in in judge bread kevin that's that's the question is before hoosiers i think in the days ahead i i know that senator donnelly has expressed a desire to to study judge kavanagh's record to sit down and meet with them and i look forward to speaking with you about judge cavanaugh i had the privilege to me with a number of our finalists over the course of the last week and then i can tell you in judge cavenaugh senator donnelly and every member of the senate this willing to sit down with him is going to find someone who has the character the temperament the analytics and the background to make an outstanding justice on the supreme court and so we continued this theme the vice president and i because there is intransigence out there and that whole all of america is excited about this pick ain't necessarily the case neal gorsuch was confirmed in sixty six days but as we talked about just a little bit there there is a lot of democrat intransigents out there there's protests there screaming there were some people arrested in new york shannon bream fox news.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This hour democrats besides their tactics of roe v wade briggs testing human health conditions being wiped out by judge kabanov they've stumbled on a new strategy will tell you but that isn't just a second but the president before he left for the nato summit where you know i'd love to be a fly on that wall here this morning i'm to be some fireworks there is a president puts america above the latkes in the in the europe the european union and beyond present talking about his pick of judge cavanaugh yesterday last night greg kavanagh rave reviews actually from both sides yeah for most of the key republicans including susan collins of lisa murkowski and doesn't look like they're gonna break ranks on on cavenaugh the confirmation hearing could begin by august twentieth took gorsuch about sixty six days to be confirmed sonia sotomayor about seventy two that would put it mid to late september for conference the next week pro frankly get it over with let's get this let's get the ball rolling here but especially when you got guys like chuck you schemer vowing this i'm going to fight this nomination with everything i've got the american people must join us in speak loudly clearly and now we must defeat judge kavanagh's nomination to the bench to save women's reproductive freedom to save healthcare protections for millions to save the rights and freedoms that all americans enjoy that is what is at stake in this fight and that's why we are going to give it everything we got yes we as a democrat party must remain committed to killing millions and millions of children in utero every year vice president mike pence was on with rush limbaugh yesterday lobbying as again the judicial crisis networks going to spend about a couple of million dollars on ads and key states of those democrats mansion donnelly heidi heitkamp and others but he was also all the bret baier last night on special report that gave president trump the confidence to know that when he appointed judge kevin audits spring court said he would be like neil gorsuch like justice scalia he would be another constitutional conservative who would faithfully interpret the constitution as written and that scares the dickens off a pants off of people like the connecticut senator richard blumenthal if you care about common sense gun violence protection judge cavanaugh is your worst nightmare if you want background checks or a ban on assault weapons or any of the other commonsense sensible measures that we have in connecticut or california or new york judge cavanaugh will strike them down that's his record it's indisputable translation if if you're in if you're in fear of the government coming to take your guns away then well then judge kavanagh's your guy because he's not gonna let that happen mitch mcconnell thinks he's gonna make it we've got a great nominee here that i think deserves by partisan support we've got a few democrats on justice gorsuch and we're hopeful that will have a few of them on this nomination as well and then there was a senator die dianne feinstein again amy klobuchar are all the women out there saying women are going to be criminalised but listen to what she said about cavanaugh brad kavanagh appears to meet all president trump's promises of how his candidate will rule on specific issues his record on the bench in the bush white house and as the republican political operative indicates that if confirmed he would be among the most conservative justices in surpreme court history so the most conservative more than scalia really i doubt that but in any event their new strategy and i mentioned this yesterday we were talking about you know franco roy v wade and the obamacare repeals on and so forth but lick strategy now is the writings in minnesota law review when he talked about a current investigation of president because this is based on his dealings with whitewater and ken starr that it's distracting to a president has got to do the business of the nation and it shouldn't it should wait till after he's out of office so the democrats have seized on that they've made that a central campaign now choke you schemer saying trump knows that brad kavanagh will obstruct the muller probe cory booker trump a nominated cavenaugh to for get out of jail free card keith ellison now is saying that the democrats are going to start talking about impeaching supreme court justices if cavenaugh gets through that's going to be the whole thing they want.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Kagan eighty seven i wonder how much of that has to do with procedural items right neal gorsuch took sixty sixty six days to confirm right so you take it you take it to seventy days and you're still into september yeah yeah and again the the target would be in the goal is to get the him seated by by october first then that all of lines up there you have you haven't done at the latest by the third week of september you know if you look at it the media that's the does quite a bit of a vetting the shortlist was out there was there was a ton of vetting done already on on the shortlist we talked about this early earlier but it bears repeating the new set of course in the senate they're going to try and bring up anything and everything but those smaller items really they're not the ones that that anyone who is paying attention to the confirmation process the hearing process is going to look at it's going to be the things that rand paul has a question or two on with meta data some of the other things way roe v wade we'll take lead i'm sure for the left the and the right actually you brought that up earlier you know it's both the left the left saying he's going to overturn roe v wade and then the rights going he's not going to overturn roe v wade so what has been the last one concern for both sides so plenty of questions there those would be the ones that that that the people will be paying attention to it by the way i think out of all the confirmation processes and hearings of any scotus pick this probably will be one of the most interesting and some of the most notable i think comments and questions will come out of it because it is so important we don't have any vacation scheduled for august do we now know but eight six six ninety redeye as we start this week the condition of the nation's spring wheat has approved so that eighty percent of the crop is rated in good to excellent condition it is very unusual once the crops heading out and you move into july to see crop conditions as high as what we're seeing in two thousand eighteen in fact we had agriculture department meteorologist brad mickey go back over twenty three years of records and he told us there is only one other year once you get into early to mid july that we have seen crop conditions eighty percent good to excellent or greater and that was two thousand ten at eightythree percent on the eleventh of july twenty ten and it stayed like that all the way to harvest so this year eighty percent could do excellent question is can we sustain those very high crop conditions the crop will be dealing with some hotter than normal temperatures over the next week or two and we're getting to the point where the crop will be filling so you know he can still be important at this point but there's no signs of it really falling off the tracks if any point in the near future and we'll keep tracking it all season gary crawford for the us department of agriculture washington be back with more red eye radio with eric harley and gary mcnamara.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The committee and elsewhere getting worse we're working through the process of talking to the committee figuring out exactly what they're looking for what they feel is germane and working with them to the process of producing those documents we'll we'll get through that process over the next few weeks but understand that you know the the leader senator mcconnell has called for a vote this fall we're going to have a hearing and eventually i think judges are sorry senators are going to be impressed with his record and vote for his confirmation i agree with that i'm just i'm curious about the sixty six days that would seem to imply raj that there will be hearings in august is that possible well we think that's possible that is going to be up to the senate judiciary committee we're working with them again this is the beginning of a process you it's taken a little while for them to set hearing gates in the past i'm sure that will be the case this time work with them on document production work with them on meetings with senators and this is a process that the senate has gotten more partisan in recent years but they've always given these judges have always you know once they've been received they've gotten an opportunity to make their case now it's always been the case that nominees do not give interviews they only speak to senators and they speak in the hearings to expect that president hold here judge cavanaugh will not be available for interviews except by the senators and in open hearing i'm not planning to book him on a whole lot is that a definite that he's just not going to do right i think we're probably gonna follow the past historical standards in light of this as well we're going to have every reporter in the world trying to find any bit of flyspeck of dirt on brett canada but he went through this in two thousand and six when he was held up in the senate for a long period of time anybody have any fear at all about that deep dive into his background not really i think we we think that the judge through his many years of service both in government and in private life has shown exemplary character he's a role model for many people around the country and in his community and we think that the record is gonna shine a light on it and demonstrate what we all see good luck theorized shock is this is going to be one heck of a ride good luck and get it done i helped by early september so he's ready for the first monday in october russia deputy white house press secretary thanks for joining me i'll be right back america don't go anywhere i'm gonna talk later in this hour with senator todd young of indiana senator tom cotton of arkansas leonard leo from the federal society is coming along jeffrey toobin to represent the other side adam white of the hoover institution at supreme court day here when we review this i think you're gonna agree with me those three hundred opinions all the various records all the democrats can do is delay a little bit so it's better to flood flood zone with all the paper and get it out there i'll be right back america stay tuned to the hugh hewitt show portions of the hugh hewitt show brought to you by sierra pacific mortgage for more info call triple eight triple eight eleven seventytwo somewhere in the world news is happening you'll hear it here first but only if you're here.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Impeccable credentials unsurpassed qualifications and a proven commitment to equal justice under the law the president's fan and you got an understand that this is a pick that seems to be easier in that confirmation process that amy coney barrett from indiana maybe more just on how things were built up than reality maybe a little bit more that the decisions from cavenaugh have been used by the supreme court let me bring in senator todd young because he has now fronton center in this conversation the president nominates advice and consent from the senate and you putting out a statement quote judge kavanagh's a well respected judge with a strong record of honoring the constitution and upholding the rule of law i look forward to conducting a thorough and objective review of judge cabinet nomination over the coming weeks and i'm hopeful that my colleague eggs will give him the same courtesy so first and foremost your thoughts on judge cavanaugh well i mean he has impeccable legal and academic credentials he has is is many people have indicated a long paper trail which from a political standpoint is not always a great thing because it takes more time to review various documents but i think the weight of evidence based on everything i've been briefed on and the things i've been reading have indicated that those writings will demonstrate that this is a fateful constitutionalists who understands the job of a judge is to apply the law to the facts of a given case not legislate from the bench not to draw from their inner feelings or their emotions and and try and come up with their own standards for the law and so that's precisely to sort of jurists that we need on the supreme court of the united states he seems to be in the mold of justice score sich justice scalia and i think the president though i will will be reviewing with an open mind and great scrutiny the record of of of mister cavenaugh in coming weeks and months so i'm positively disposed towards his nomination now the thought process is that cavenham is an easier confirmation specifically amongst republicans susan collins a mainly murkowski of alaska then let's say naming coney barrett or or maybe somebody else there are questions about he has sided with religious liberty but he did he leave the door open for issues with religious liberty that said it seems to be a mollifying kind of pick from the word go amongst republicans but democrats are a whole 'nother take we've already seen this very surreal kind of response from from this including yesterday when they already had preprinted signs and everything else are the the democrats that you work with every day in the senate are they is hardcore opposed to any trump candidate as what we're seeing in in the media play out as you know they varied in a reaction some have been more temperate in measured so many have as you indicated really been gosh sort of off the rails i think it is inappropriate i don't mind saying on big you asli to just cast aside out of hand eighty potential a potential nominee before the president even indicated who they're gonna nominate in some of my colleagues did that indicating there wouldn't support the president's choices choice beforehand so i would hope that all my colleagues even those who've indicated they won't vote for any trump nominee will give basic courtesy and fair consideration to judge cavenaugh talking to senator todd young of india hannah talking about the nomination of brad kavanagh to the supreme court are you expecting this to flow with ease or are you expecting this to be a drawn out process will we see judge cavanaugh get voted on before the midterms he certainly should be voted on and seated before the next chord term began so in october this is one of the reasons justice kennedy retired when he did there is precedent here justice saddam my order was put forward by democrat president and happen to be a democrat controlled senate at the time it took sixty six days in in that swift off your election process for her to get confirmed same amount of time for neal gorsuch of course put forward by republican president confirmed by a republican controlled senate sixty six days so i'm looking at something sort of within that realm of time which is why it's important that we get started with this process process as soon as possible think of it not in terms of before the.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The factors ours entire record this is a judge who has an incredible record his writings were influential they've been affirmed by the supreme court it doesn't times many justice are judges at the appellate level and lower levels have cited his opinions this is the judge who over the course of the next several decades his opinions are going to stand the test of time and the president made i think inspired choice in choosing what most people regard on the right or the left is probably the most qualified person in the country to serve on the supreme abortion abortions obviously ask any questions related is it your do you believe that after himself if any questions big into the supreme court those are complex legal issues i have no rajon office review writings penetration all of his writing from the bush administration workers dasan grameen that's a that's a more complicated question than i'm able to offer the sheer volume of his favorite rail will slow down slow walkable democrat's gonna look for any reason that they can poke it and fine to try to delay this but the fact that matters a bring court nominees plus to one from this president from the last president went from nomination and confirmation sixty six days we think that's a pretty good benchmark raj shah the principal deputy white house press secretary now taking the helm in communications for the confirmation battle of bread cavanaugh he spoke to reporters at the white house earlier today one exchange you will likely hear a lot about comes from the c span video library it's from the spring of two thousand six and we'll listen to it in just a moment senator chuck schumer questioning judicial nominees brett cavin up about roe v wade here is that exchange let me ask you to answer since my time is ending here the two other questions do you consider roe v wade to be an abomination and do you consider yourself to be a judicial nominee like the president said he was going to nominate people in the mold of scalia and thomas sara on the question of roe v wade if confirmed to the dc circuit i would follow roe v wade faithfully and fully that would be binding precedent the court it's been decided by the supreme court pick i'm saying if i were confirmed to the dc circuit senator i would follow it it's been reaffirmed many times clothing and planned parenthood understand but what is your opinion you're not on the bench yet you've talked about these issues in the past two other people i'm sure the supreme court has held repeatedly center and i don't think it wouldn't be appropriate for me to give up answer the questions from the senate judiciary committee back in two thousand six the confirmation hearing for brad kavanagh to serve on the dc circuit court of appeals and you can watch the full hearing on our website at c span dot org more democratic reaction to the cabinet nomination will begin with senator dianne feinstein of california president trump has been crystal clear that he would put progun and prolife justices on the court and roe v wade would be overturned automatically brad kavanagh appears to meet all president trump's promises of how his candidate will rule on specific issues his record on the bench in the bush white house and as a republican political operative indicates that if confirmed he would be among the most conservative justices into court history his views are outside the mainstream and there's every reason to believe he would overturn roe while overturning roe would setback women's freedoms and limit access to comprehensive health care the reality is it will impact all americans because we all have a stake in whether constitutional principles are observed row is a fundamental piece of case law it upholds our personal liberty and privacy right like.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire a lot of people they they understand the idea of a sixty six day challenge and the question of how do i decide the next power habit is a question mark that i don't know that we've answered thoroughly at the first one came about because it was something that was hard it was mentally hard not as physically hard because you know it could be ten minutes on a treadmill anybody can do anything for ten minutes and yet it was the the willpower that no one really has willpower for a long period of time and it was how do you how you do it when it's doesn't don't feel like doing it why did trainers worked so well because they keep you focused on the right activities and make you do just one more for just two more depending on the trainer and it was it was maintaining that energy alone the way what what i found very quickly in this habit was that actually had more energy as it went on and the days that i committed to running at six am i had more energy throughout the day than the days that i committed a running at seven pm and yet it wasn't about the time blocking it was about the habit was about doing it every single day between twelve and twelve it was getting done yep that makes sense you've heard that fm alexander quote people don't decide the futures side their habits their habits decide their futures who's the person you want become really matching go way out and you have knocked it out of the park magic wand anything you could possibly desire poof it will be yours who do you wanna be the best version of myself ooh that personal click some of that always shows up at a tent in every aspect of the lives in all of those seven circles the seven habits that it's ten in every one of those do in vision there being one thing that makes that happen or is it over time forming power habits individually in each of the circles it's over time for sure and it's taking some of those things that may be a six or seven and not taking him to attend taking him from six to seven to eight to nine to attend once the area that's lacking most right now that if it were a ten would make the biggest impact in your life overall think relationships zan general are you think of a specific person i think is in general okay relationships could always be improved as you focus so much on business and family at times other relationships in suffer what's the one thing you can do such the by doing it would make relationships being ten attend easier or unnecessary could be as one text data somebody my phone that haven't talked to dude you are good at going small fast at interesting think big act small yeah a really brilliant quote it's rare that i sit with somebody though who can go there fast that's practiced by the way one text day to someone what would that look like he haven't talked to in a while how's life yeah with no expectation of response can i give suggestion please when you get a text from somebody saying how life what do you feel the need to do text back which you've actually now created work for them audibly right one thing to consider would be a tim saying this you 'cause you've been on my mind we haven't chad in a while no need reply just wanted to let you know that i'm thinking about you it's great right now it's truly a gift i thought about you there's no there's you've communicated that there's no expectation of reciprocate are you likely going to get one back eighty percent of the time yeah sure right but at least it's not a now there's a dialogue that has to be maintained 'cause that's a distraction and it's likely that i'm trying to sell them something oh that's good for people in a business that involves lee generation this could be interesting part of the relationship i be hard pressed to find a business it doesn't involve lead generation and yet those touches just being human that's good what changes have you seen in your daughter we can get partway through a day.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Okay gotta have my finger on the by whatever anthony calls in because you know he's bringing that high fire from down in orlando which is good i love it i i love the intensity and hey look that talking about brings up i mean anthony brings up the point that i was kind of like you said jamie i mean you can make stats paint the picture whichever way that you want them to a lot of time so when especially in a situation like this where you're comparing different years you can make the stats say whatever you want depending on year to year but ultimately like anthony just said that's what's gonna be remembered whether you win whether in basketball we talk about raising a banner but in football it's winning that championship no you're right you're right and you know i guess the thing is is that they're going to need a little help and if they're able to look if they go undefeated they'll go down they'll go down as one of the best i mean then you gotta look at the numbers look you know just like those seventy two dolphins that ninety seven defense that ninety seventeen very proud of what they've done as they should be very proud of what they've done very they get they get a little perturbed if you compare them if you start comparing teams to them because it takes a full season before they start hold up before you start comparing them you just got it say okay it's similar it looks like they just gotta keep playing because we like to jump out there real quick and like i say is like ninety seventy with no no no you can't throw the that's that's the golden standard ninety seven defense was the golden standard they did it i mean it starts young just let's let's stop the first series i let's see how they play that's a lot of pressure right now there's a lot of pressure on this defense because we've been told they get they get everybody back i mean they get nine guys back the guys that replaced the other two guys are even better than the ones that left that's what we're saying right so now it's like okay we now there's all kinds of pressure we're putting on that defense already undue pressure but need help from all the other the hey special teams offense coaching staff gonna need help too i mean that's that's sixty six days mike hammerstein there you go boy they go crazy man crazy yemen sixty sixty six days to go jay can get here soon enough i don't know why saying hey we talking about we talked about defense i'm thinking about hits i'm just i'm ready i'm ready for jamie again yeah man i'm thinking i you know i'm hoping for another great michigan defense this year and you know talking about that ninety seven team i would be i would be upset anybody prematurely compares anybody to us to you know i think if it was the end of that oh six season where people were starting to try and say something i don't think they would be so upset because again the team's undefeated and went there i would be maybe secretly slightly happy when they lose that last one and saying hey why would you not michigan no one i know that jamie but we're all competitors we want to be the best you won't be the best of course you wanted your best for your brothers coming behind you let me ask you this question so should i be mad at mike heart because he passed me or should i be mad anthony anthony exactly so that'd be mad at them well mike with mike cut up and pass me in winter went to win got training i mean that's when i'm really mad they put denard over in the runningback category i mean dad i've met about like what the hell i mean he's a quarterback where you had about quarterback but now got all these yards let's just put him over here running back because ricky's back to number one baby yeah works out for you i'm just saying jamie no but that the that team they should be very prideful of of what they did because what they what they accomplished even at our university which we are proud of so many of of our accomplishments especially on that football field they did something special so yeah.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Time for lead update presented in partnership with rolex patrick read started the day with a three shot lead over rory mcilroy read is one under on his round today at fifteen under jordan speeds with a sixty four today post thirteen under rickie fowler who got off to a slow start four under on his round day he's at thirteen underplaying whole number seventeen jon rahm at eleven under playing hole seventeen along with fowler cameron smith is sixty six day he's in at nine bubba watson playing eighteen at nine what about rory mcilroy to over on his round today he currently sits at nine under par bob papa charlie rhymer in our tower here at eighteen tremendous trauma jordan spieth started the day nine shots off the lead he made a bogey at eighteen hiroshi would've tied the course record with a sixty three played brilliant golf got a bit unfortunate with his tee shot at eighteen is clipped a branch down the left hand side so now patrick read knows he has a two shot lead with three holes to play he's on t at sixteen turn it over brian katri and he can't go yet bob fowler was in that bunker every once in a while the folks here the great groundstaff augusta national will either use the swisher to get some of the sand out of the the bunker that came out of the bunker on the green white but in or they'll use the blower in this case the decision was made we're gonna use a blower monopoly they couldn't do that with the seventeenth t right there so they had to wait while rahman ricky played their shots time for a delay patrick reached that here for a minute just writing lodging got eight hundred in his hands and that is not been enough club today seventy eight this is just a little right of going to have to hustle then it does not enough to get past the whole right online about twelve feet short.

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"sixty six days" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"sixty six days" Discussed on KOMO

"The past sixty six days there haven't been any task of intercontinental ballistic missiles and so some say why now well today is the deadline to decide if they were going to be on the statesponsored terror list this is something that the obama administration was also looking into at the end of the term after they really did have to decide at this point is a concern that obviously if they take this route will it and talks and means of diplomacy what other countries are on this list there are actually only three countries on the list iran sudan and syria iraq was on the list at one point but former president george w bush removed that country even though it what does it take to make it on the list you have to have repeatedly provided support for active international terrorism they really imposes significant sanctions against the country especially in terms of receiving any sort of us foreign assistance other some who say north korea hasn't met these requirements there is some concern but there was the death of a us student inside of a prison the fear that made it certainly more persuasive there have been other acts where they killed four nationals are foreign soil which is considered an act of terrorism there are some that say that it doesn't help with ongoing negotiations with the north koreans some say it shuts down the conversation i'm sure on the hill there will be some dispute but this sort of goes across party lines it's not just republicans who support this move it's also come across terrible mary from abc thank you so much thank you will thirty one million dollars is set aside for construction of a new army national guard readiness center in some water in two thousand an eighteen the money is part of defence spending approved by the us house last week the national guard proposed the new twelve acre facility be used as a training administrative and logistical center the new facility will replace current facilities at the puyallup and olympia armories president trump over the weekend lashed out at comments made by a father of one of.

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