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A Work Schedule without Childcare

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

04:19 min | 7 months ago

A Work Schedule without Childcare

"Had a very interesting blog post. Recently, I thought that detailed away that A. Two Person. Could Alternate things like in a very structured way you want to go into that. So I got an interesting amount of feedback from this not so much in comments on the blog but I heard from people who wanted to share it with other audiences because it just hasn't been spelled out exactly how a split schedule with two working parents. Splitting fifty-fifty could, in fact, work in could give both parties approximately thirty hours a week of focused work time. Mostly during the workday. So none of these like get up at four. I, am and work till I am things which if you have today you have to do but you also wouldn't have to in this sap. So the idea is. that. You have two different shifts on during the workday one is eight to three. And one is one to six, and that is predicated on the idea that it young children who are home are napping from one to three those a rough nap window. We are recording this at two-thirty right genevieve napping and Sarah does not have childcare today. And you know older children could use that time for independent work or for screen time or whatever you wanted to do. The idea is that that is that could be double in terms of the parents. One Parent is on during distraction. So some of their hours are not pure hours but. Mostly, two of them will be able to work anyway. So one party takes eight to three Monday, Wednesday and one to six on Tuesday and Thursday the other party takes one to six on Monday Wednesday and eight to three on Tuesday and Thursday, and then they alternate on Friday who gets eight to three and who gets one to six. So each week it's butts off there and what works out to is then twenty nine hours during the weeks when you have the three one secs shifts and It works out to thirty one hours on the weeks where you have the three, eight, two, three shifts, and the key thing for this to work is that when you are on your job is not just to keep the children safe like being adults present in the house, you are also committing to keeping the children out of your partners office, right so that they can be guaranteed those hours being at eight to one one, the sex or whatever. are focused right like absolutely focused they are not on your they're not dealing with anything, and if you do this that each of you can, in fact, get the twenty five cure focused hours and then between four to six hours each week of. Most likely but could be interrupted because of naptime was or whatever. And both of you would have both some afternoon in some morning hours and so I know that that's an issue that some people be like well, we just split it that she takes the mornings when I take the afternoons. But then what you know, there are some teams that always WanNa meet in the morning because some other person has a different shift of their schedule and so this allows you to occasionally have morning meetings or occasionally have afternoon meetings as the case may be again, this has to be pretty much you are committed to this. You're committing to keeping the kids out of your partners office you can obviously arrange for A. Sub. Credit. On a day, if there was something like you have to pitch a new client, a huge project in the only time they can meet. Tuesday antenna at ten. AM technically Tuesday as the tae that you work on the sex like probably you could arrange with your spouse to get a sub credit that you would make it up for that person at another point but. You WanNa. Have that be relatively infrequently but you know working twenty nine or thirty hours a week with no pay childcare is. Pretty good. If that's a situation that a couple might find themselves in and if they need more hours, you can extend the swap idea to different times I mean. Maybe each of you works from six to ten pm one night a week and that gets you up to thirty four hours a week or you do six to ten am on a weekend or something you each get one weekend morning and you know what it is but. That is basically fulltime ours, and if they are plans, well, you will be okay.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Is not the party of by and for the people it's a part is a party that has been and continues to be influenced by the foreign policy establishment in Washington represented by Alary Clinton and others foreign policy by the military industrial complex in other greedy corporate interests yeah it is called the the swamp it'll see that as Congress woman told to Gabbard who will Hillary Clinton would like you to believe is what a Russian mole maybe a Russian spy working with the Russians to try to take down the Democratic Party how are you friends I'm Sergio senses you're listening to the Danish show and Southern Command chiming in it is Dan is taking care of some personal business of today and tomorrow would love to speak to you about this circus this impeachment circuits is taking place in the C. I'll talk with you a little bit thanks to Steve for all the cats from the the debates for the snooze or of the Democrat party debate that took place last night what and how comical we get some delicious gets to share with you as well on the Democrat party debate last night for who was at MSNBC and what ball Washington post all right meantime let me just clear some of the calls on the has been hanging on like forever want to say something on on this impeachment circus has taken place and before that I take your calls at eight four four three four four Dana a four four three four four thirty to sixty two let me say this you have this on my notes here it is undeniable this is true its unmistakable truth and all these days of of so called intelligence committee house hearings have been taking place all these multiple witnesses that have come up how much time has been spent how much audio has been spliced in edited and repeated multiple witness says clearly stating there was no quid pro quo including ambassador to revive the **** that National Security Council guy Mister Morrison was named Jim Morrison good Volker no quid pro quo ambassador Gordon son that he came out swinging right he came out swinging yesterday all yeah I believe this quid pro quo and then Adam Schiff middle name full of it it takes a little break restroom break comes out speaks to the microphones with clear evidence that we've got that and then he gets slice and dice with the Republicans later in the day and as the Wall give back all of maybe it is a quick pro quo for a meeting at the White House with the president but beyond the whole financial thing vis a US government welfare check to Ukraine known no quid pro quo more on the real investigation for personal political benefit we'll talk more about that with you it's the investigation for personal political benefit no I'm not talking about the whole Ukraine thing and raise my and the bidens I'm talking about the Democrats a little circuits are holding right now for days now for their political benefit because they're gonna get it they will get that political benefit absolutely they're going to ring the bell history they will impeach and the U. S. outside the Democrat controlled sign they will impeach Donald Trump it's coming I nothing you can do to stop that they just gonna keep online online until they get their vote and put that into the Federal Register and into their into the history books but then my question is what you can do them how you gonna react president trouble not be removed from office he will be impeached by the US house talk line is eight four four three four four Dana made four four three four four thirty two C. sixty two into you from Danish Southern Command and McAllen Texas my name Sergio such that precinct you guys hang on well let me see we guess I can figure some families would have to say Keith is joining us from North Carolina I don't care great are you yeah I mean I got somebody which one say so just promises some politically in different here are really I think it's kind of funny are you Republicans Democrats hate each other entertaining Dallas sharp Yara you know he's not really my kind of guy yeah it you know he's a he's form so common to me okay very good for a prize personally I don't care for I have an autistic child when he did that thing or your style is now often that guy for me you know there's no need for that kind of behavior aside from that maybe people like that are better suited for political office that being said at my problem is that why do you Kerry it also it comes across guilt what else can we do a master dot frustratingly call tomorrow he's a stroke what do you want with a blank the wall he's not that I know nothing no quid pro quo nothin I just want to do to do the right thing how did who is instructor master negotiator what what what hang on hang on though I don't get it but how the cable did you want him to do I want him to do what he said on TV you said it's a job New York I heard come out of it is not his job to investigate corruption okay so now what is the address is there no more you know when I heard the old you know of any no I got your body not you know what I got from from that comment don't appreciate your phone call key the thanks for checking in you know what I got is he's gonna trust and I've got the the transcription from as reading through him during the break a bit more he's trusting the new talk show host a former talk show host president of Ukraine who've never been dog catcher before just like Donald Trump as a talk show host became president of the estates at he's going in there on a promise as has been testified by some these people at the so called intelligence committee hearings the president you can't could you crane went in there going Solomon was forced to admit it he went in there to to fight corruption to be transparent he said but also like to fight corruption he's trusting the president of Ukraine to do the right thing look into these matters look into all these rumors of how there that was you craning in force of the twenty sixteen election charisma and all these politicians are on the take more poorly they circle back to the United States of America through blood can first son of the former vice president wants to run he didn't say all these words but this corruption has to be looked into he trusted the present new president show host Talansky of Ukraine to do what's right for his country and for justice for the true that's what I heard he was let me let me go to Florida Terry joining us on the Danish was empty how are you doing Sergio good good Hey I was just like this now you people I went to the inauguration I've been to see president trump twice I camped out for thirty one hours when he was in Orlando in June I was twenty three feet from the president I've been closer Donald Trump most of the people that I I love it so yeah wearing your hat where you're sure put your bumper sticker on your cars in your trial get some manhood I wear my drum stuff everywhere I get no negative comments the only thing I get is storms up and people are pissed off at the Democrats wasting our money on all of this and it's gonna be a landslide for Donald J. trump is going to be about seven o'clock in twenty twenty and Rachel Maddow is going to be crying again yeah hi I'm there with him today Terry thanks thanks for the call yeah this is another waste of time the first one to the tune of tens and tens of millions of taxpayer dollars and this smaller investigation and now there's a what what Devin newness say right was this is the low rent continuation of another lie of the Bob Millar investigation the council of the talk line is eight four four three four four thirty to sixty two you are in tune with the Danish show I have the privilege and honor to be here for our friend Dana lashes strings thing here's a personal business and we can talk about all this impeachment we can talk about what's coming if the impeachment oil is coming like I told you there will be political consequences that will be suffering and there might be a lot of seats in these machine middle mmhm we're districts ago from data are are indeed back and forth those Democrats are vulnerable that's coming up next year as well let me stay in this a woman from four and we're going to Indiana now on the Danish Dan is joining us from Indiana was seventy yeah I guess local law so it really roll out all the politicians you could tell out mentally disturbed they actually all are specially the Democrats in this case what's what's the line just just watch them or what's really upsetting accepts that a lot of people in the United States is is a corruption and healthy but actually goes first of all yeah Ron and then all the sudden the trade towers are on the ground and then no mention of Enron yeah espy got sick but whatever and then you have the thing that went on out last the the ranchers reaching the constitution United States and that the F. B. I. in Oregon state police set up an ambush and that guy gets out of the truck they can fire with two women in it and all of a sudden they canning down in cold blood now this is serious stuff the policy should say or do what they want well the United States are getting sick and tired of it and make sure they get a compass up well we better check and see how many are then sold in this country yeah let me ask you something then because you're kind of hinting at one of the questions I I wrote down that really want to ask the national audience you think president trump should take up shifty chef Mister Adam Schiff middle name full of Hey can I think danceable see also send a season once and on the invitation to these back he settled Donald Trump going speaking from the intelligence committee good luck with that you think he should take them up on the invitation yes or no nothing's gone already done that I'm sorry go ahead go an answer they were quick to well I can only hope that they'll trip no matter who he was it is or will be yeah will actually be a good honest man and do what's right I hope that he claims I do believe he's a good honest man I'm I'm well there's no such thing as a good man if you look from king of Christian scripture respect no such thing as good but Donald Trump that what you see is what you get and he loves his country and he's not a.

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The Secret to Rest and Why It'll Make Your Business Better

The Goal Digger Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

The Secret to Rest and Why It'll Make Your Business Better

"I saw funny mean the other day when it's remember the old days when we would say brb when we left the Internet well well now. We never leave. We live here and it's Kinda true. Isn't it sad truth for many of us is that we're probably leaning more towards feeling stressed arrest anxious about being disconnected instead of fueling freedom when we think about the idea taking a day off being completely disconnected from work even email all is a strange concept for so much of the American workforce four out of ten workers in America report working longer than fifty hours a week in the world's largest just economies the next workers with the longest hours include Australia who citizens average in thirty two hours a week and Sweden and Switzerland whose workers each clock about thirty one hours a week of work in comparison we work longer than all of them and it seems we only want to continue that trend plus workers in the US get about fifteen days of PTO or personal time off on average and take about fourteen of those each year European countries they give their employees twenty eight days of Pto and while they don't always use all of them. It's astounding to see the difference in how important our country considers time off while you might be an entrepreneur or have an unorthodox work life with flexibility in different work hour standards. I bet you can still relate to the fact that you work more than the average human and you seldom if ever fully disconnect I definitely say it's more difficult sometimes to turn it off as an entrepreneur especially especially one that works from home. I mean work is always accessible. There are so many avenues in ways people are reaching out in needing you your computers just taunting you to open and you can get sucked into work mode in a matter of seconds. There's often no office. Leave at the end of the day and so works makes its way into your every day and night moments. This drives of Your Business Riding on your back at all times is enough to keep you connected twenty four seven in case of fire to put out a new lead to pursue now. I totally totally get it. There were about five years that I feel like. I didn't take a single day off of work because I figured I needed to be hustling all the time so that I could be more successful in create a better future for myself and I just kept pushing through. I mean I would bring my computer with me everywhere. In case something popped up. I even slept with it on my nightstand with my phone right next to it in case. I remembered I needed to do something. In the middle of the night talk about lacking boundaries foundries I was a slave to my business and while I was seeing growth in experiencing forward motion I was losing touch with sanity. You know just a little bit. I mean I had never struggled with anxiety until I was an entrepreneur and I remember this season where I had thirty weddings in our family cabin weekend we had rented rented this airbnb in the woods and it was a rare occurrence for us to all be together at the time and I remember bringing my computer because I had so much work to get done we got the cabin and there wasn't why and I straight up panicked like I add almost a full blown panic attack and I remember just breaking down and crying and and it was then that I realized that I had to change something I was so stressed and anxious and I build a business that my life revolved around incentive building a business at support support my life. I was in that season of anxiety and exhaustion when I finally made a huge change and I sat in withdrew and decided that I would book half of the worked for the following year I would literally cut my six figure income in half in order to claim back my time insanity and that was where the change really started to happen so all. I want you to know that regardless of where you're today you can change and I hope that after today's episode you're feeling like you can disconnect and trust the in built a business. That won't crumble while you rest. There's just no way for us to always be on all the time you can't and shouldn't expect yourself to be connected to work and even social oh media all day every day and still maintain your physical mental and emotional health. It is simply not possible. I know because I've been there. The thought of taking a day off let alone on an extended period of time was anxiety inducing to me once upon a time and now this episode is airing after three week long trip with my family where I was minimally minimally connected to work so I improved that change is not just possible but necessary. If you want longevity as an entrepreneur now I intentionally plan time every record to be completely off of work to travel be with family explore my interest in reconnect with my purpose and it didn't happen overnight. I'm not advocating that a month off is the right or sustainable move for everyone or a starting place. If you're just starting to contemplate taking a day off but as humans we do need time away from technology and demands hands and comparisons in emergencies and all the other stuff that comes up with being constantly connected to the Internet. We need space to breathe to spend time with loved ones to unplug and there's science to back this innate need up studies show that a positive mental break can actually easier stress alleviate anxiety. Heidi enhance productivity and creativity boost your energy and even improve your immune system. Isn't that

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"It's Thursday October eleventh. The Glenn Beck program. Let me let me let me let me give you some good news. I gave you some goodness. You. Sure. Can there is a new study out? They spoke to eight thousand people. They also did thirty one hour interviews six focus groups was conducted between December eight hundred twenty seventeen and September twenty eighteen and here's what they here's what they were looking for one of find out about how Americans feel about white privilege sexual harassment. You know, all of the PC stuff the metoo witch hunt. They said there are seven distinct clusters now in America, progressive activists, traditional liberals, passive liberals, politically disengaged, moderates, traditional conservatives and devoted conservatives. Now, according to the report twenty five percent of Americans are traditional or devoted conservatives. Twenty five percent. Wow. That's really low. Well, only eight percent of Americans are progressive activists. Excuse me. Their views are even more out of the mainstream and are less typical two thirds of Americans. Do not belong in either extreme. Extreme progressivism as progressive activists or as traditional devoted conservatives. The vast majority is now considered something called the exhausted majority. The members of this two thirds of our society share sense of fatigue with our polarized national conversation, a willingness to be flexible in their political viewpoints and have a lack of voice in the national conversation. Most members of the exhausted majority this like political correctness among the general population eighty percent believe that political correctness is a problem in our country. Even young people are uncomfortable with it. Seventy four percent ages twenty four to twenty nine and seventy nine percent. Under the age of twenty four think this is a problem. The woke are in the extreme minority in this country. Youth. Not supporting political correctness and they're not supporting the race thing. Either. Whites are ever so slightly less than average to believe political correctness is a problem in the country whites. Seventy nine percent share this sentiment instead Asians, eighty two percent Hispanics, eighty seven percent native Americans eighty eight percent. One of the one of the focus group members an American Indian said, it seems like every day you wake up and something's changed. Do I say Jew or Jewish? Is it a black guy? An African American you're on your toes because you never know what to say political correctness in this country is becoming frightening. That was a native American, you know, as those whites which are the least defended as those whites are standing up to protect the helpless native American. I think that's the thing. That gets me. The most are the people who are not. It's it's almost like how did you get into this conversation? Are you a part of this conversation? You're not you're not the one that is the Redskin. How were you standing up and telling native Americans how they're supposed to feel when they don't feel that way in poll after poll after poll? One part of the standard narrative of the data partially affirmed is that African Americans are most likely to support political correctness, but the difference between them and other groups is much smaller than generally supposed three quarters of African Americans oppose political correctness three quarters. This means there are only four percentage points less likely than whites and only five percentage points less likely than the average to believe that political correctness is a real problem in America. Well, eighty three percent of respondents make who make less than fifty thousand dollars disliked political correctness seventy percent of those who make more than one hundred thousand are skeptical. You wanna know why Trump won? You wanna know why Cory Booker and all of this nonsense is not going to win. I you know yesterday. Yesterday. We had a call from a listener. And I I was not my best self and I jumped down his throat, and I should have said what is making you feel this way. I know what's making him feel this way. Portland is making him feel this way the guy who yesterday or we found out his building a two hundred or built a two hundred pound bomb and was going to detonate it on the National Mall on election day. That's what's making him feel this way. The news reports where they are saying mobs. No, this is just petitioning. Your government is making you feel this way. Getting up every morning and saying, okay. Can I do I say Jew or Jewish today? Which do I say can I say transgendered or or what what exactly is when they are trampling rupaul for not being politically correct on transgender issues. You got problems. That is why Cory Booker, and Heidi Heitkamp and all of the others are not going to win. It is why they are wildly out of step. It is why you're winning. It's why Cavanaugh is a supreme court Justice today. And I want to just keep hammering this home every day, the left is not going crazy because they're winning the left. Did you see what? Attorney general what's his name? Eric Holder said yesterday, we have the audio. I think of that can we play the audio. If we have that listen to what Eric Holder is Dow saying, it is time for us as.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It's Thursday October eleventh. The Glenn Beck program. Let me let me let me let me give you some good news. Give you some good news. You sure can there is a new study out. They spoke to eight thousand people. They also did thirty one hour interviews six focus groups, and it was conducted between December eight hundred twenty seventeen and September twenty eighteen and here's what they here's what they were looking for one find out about how Americans feel about white privilege sexual harassment. You know, all of the PC stuff the metoo witch hunt. They said there are seven distinct clusters now in America, progressive activists, traditional liberals, passive liberals, politically disengaged, moderates, traditional conservatives and devoted conservatives. Now, according to the report twenty five percent of Americans are traditional or devoted conservatives. Twenty five percent. Wow. That's really low. Well, only eight percent of Americans are progressive activists. Excuse me. Their views are even more out of the mainstream and are less typical two thirds of Americans. Do not belong in either extreme. Extreme progressivism as progressive activists or as traditional devoted conservatives. The vast majority is now considered something called the exhausted majority. The members of this two thirds of our society share sense of fatigue with our polarized national conversation, a willingness to be flexible in their political viewpoints and have a lack of voice in the national conversation. Most members of the exhausted majority this like political correctness among the general population eighty percent believe that political correctness is a problem in our country. Even young people are uncomfortable with it seventy four. Percent ages twenty four to twenty nine and seventy nine percent. Under the age of twenty four think this is a problem. The woke. Are in the extreme minority in this country. Youth. Not supporting political correctness and they're not supporting the race thing. Either. Whites are ever so slightly less than average to believe political correctness is a problem in the country. Whites. Seventy nine percent. Share this sentiment instead Asians, eighty two percent Hispanics, eighty seven percent native Americans eighty eight percent. One of the one of the focus group members an American Indian said, it seems like every day you wake up and something's changed. Do I say Jew or Jewish? Is it a black guy? An African American you're on your toes because you never know what to say political correctness in this country is becoming frightening. That was a native American, you know, as those whites which are the least defended as those whites are standing up to protect the helpless native American. I think that's the thing. That gets me. The most are the people who are not. It's almost like how did you get into this conversation? How are you a part of this conversation? You're not you're not the one that is the Redskin. How were you standing up and telling native Americans how they're supposed to feel when they don't feel that way in poll after poll after poll? One part of the standard narrative of the data partially affirmed is that African Americans are most likely to support political correctness, but the difference between them and other groups is much smaller than generally supposed three quarters of African Americans oppose political correctness three quarters. This means there are only four percentage points less likely than whites and only five percentage points less likely than the average to believe that political correctness is a real problem in America. Well, eighty three percent of respondents make who make less than fifty thousand dollars disliked political correctness seventy percent of those who make more than one hundred thousand are skeptical. You wanna know why Trump won? You wanna know why Cory Booker and all of this nonsense is not going to win. I you know yesterday. Yesterday. We had a call from a listener. And I I was not my best self and I jump down his throat, and I should have said what is making you feel this way. I know what's making him feel this way. Portland is making him feel this way the guy who yesterday or we found out his building a two hundred or built a two hundred pound bomb and was going to detonate it on the National Mall on election day. That's what's making him feel this way. The news reports where they are saying mobs. No, this is just petitioning. Your government is making you feel this way. Getting up every morning and saying, okay. Can I do I say Jew or Jewish today? Which do I say can I say transgendered or or what what exactly do I say when they are trampling rupaul for not being politically correct on transgender issues? You got problems. That is why Cory Booker, and Heidi Heitkamp and all of the others are not going to win. It is why they are wildly out of step. It is why you're winning. It's why Cavanaugh is a supreme court Justice today. And I want to just keep hammering this home every day, the left is not going crazy because they're winning the left. Did you see what? Attorney general what's his name? Eric Holder said yesterday, we have the audio. I think of that can we play the audio. If we have that listen to what Eric Holder is dousing. It is time for us as Democrats.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"So some Republican senators doing a press conference right now to explain their votes and their findings the FBI pint Thom Tillis has had some really really interesting things to say several of these senators have mentioned that the FBI has interviewed more than one hundred fifty people about cavenaugh in his seven background investigations one hundred fifty people not a one of them has corroborated any allegation against him. And Thom Tillis just noted that the first background checks of cabin Auber done right after he got out of college. Tila said that the FBI surely wouldn't come across these rape allegations. Then if there was anything to them. But they haven't corroborated anything. There are thousands of questions that he's answered he's undergone a more exhaustive investigation than any supreme court nominee, and they can't find did lease squat on the guy. And then tell us nuked this whole latest attempt to say that he didn't have the proper judicial temperament last week Tillis pointing out thirty one hours of hearings that he was a perfect temperament until it came time to defend his name against these charges. These Republicans are doing a pretty bang-up job in their presser right now. Hey, folks, people living in apartments and condominiums. No this for the longest time chances are you could not install a home security system. If you had an apartment or a condo you refrozen because you didn't own it. Most landlords wouldn't pay for it the same landlords wouldn't allow you to run wires behind their walls because the construction disruption and all of that. Unlike people living in a house people and condos and apartments were left, unprotected one, home security company came along and changed all of that. And that's simply safe their.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Really interesting things to say several of these senators have mentioned that the FBI has interviewed more than one hundred fifty people about cavenaugh in his seven background investigations one hundred fifty people not a one of them has corroborated any allegation against him. And Thom Tillis just noted that the first background checks of cabin done. Right after he got out of college. Tila said that the FBI surely wouldn't come across these rape allegations. Then if there was anything to them. But they haven't corroborated anything. There are thousands of questions that he's answered he's undergone a more exhaustive investigation than any supreme court nominee, and they can't find did lease squat on the guy. And then tell us nuked this whole latest attempt to say that he didn't have the proper judicial temperament last week Tillis pointing out thirty one hours of hearings that he was a perfect temperament until it came time to defend his name against these charges. These Republicans are doing a pretty bang-up job in their presser right now. Hey, folks, people living in apartments and condominiums. No this for the longest time chances are you could not install a home security system. If you had an apartment or a condo you refrozen because you didn't own it. Most landlords wouldn't pay for it the same landlords wouldn't allow you to run wires behind their walls because the construction disruption and all of that. Unlike people living in a house people in condos and apartments were left, unprotected one, home security company came along and changed all of that. And that's simply safe their system operates on WI fi. That means no wires need to be run behind any walls, and thus no need to landlords permission to install a system because there isn't any construction like everything about a SimpliSafe system. The installation process is simple. It state of.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on KTOK

"Eight zero one two one four six. So some Republican senators doing a press conference right now to explain their votes on their findings the FBI find Thom Tillis has had some really really interesting things to say several of these senators have mentioned that the FBI has interviewed more than one hundred fifty people about cavenaugh in his seven background investigations one hundred fifty people not one of them has corroborated any allegation against him. And Thom Tillis just noted that the first background checks of cabin Auber done right after he got out of college. Tila said that the FBI surely would have come across these rape allegations. Then if there was anything to them. But they haven't corroborated anything. There are thousands of questions that he's answered he's undergone a more exhaustive investigation than any supreme court nominee, and they can't find did lease squat on the guy. And then tell us nuked this whole latest attempt to say that he didn't have the proper judicial temperament last week Tillis pointing out thirty one hours of hearings that he was a perfect temperament until it came time to defend his name against these charges. These Republicans are doing a pretty bang-up job in their presser right now. Hey, folks, people living in apartments and condominiums. No this for the longest time chances are you could not install a home security system. If you had an apartment or a condo you refrozen because you didn't own it. Most landlords wouldn't pay for it the same landlords wouldn't allow you to run wires behind their walls because the construction disruption and all of that. Unlike people living in a house people in condos and apartments were left, unprotected one, home security company came along and changed all of that. And that's simply safe their system operates on WI fi. That means no wires to be run behind any walls, and thus no need to landlords permission to install a system because there isn't any construction like everything about a SimpliSafe system. The installation process is simple. It state of.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Really really interesting things to say several of these senators have mentioned that the FBI has interviewed more than one hundred fifty people about cavenaugh in his seven background investigations one hundred fifty people not a one of them has corroborated any allegation against him. And Thom Tillis just noted that the first background checks of cavenaugh. We're done right after he got out of college. Tila said that the FBI surely wouldn't come across these rape allegations. Then if there wasn't anything to them. But they haven't corroborated anything. There are thousands of questions that he's answered he's undergone a more exhaustive investigation than any supreme court nominee, and they can't find did lease squat on the guy. And then tell us nuked this whole latest attempt to say that he didn't have the proper judicial temperament last week Tillis pointing out thirty one hours of hearings that he was a perfect temperament until it came time to defend his name against these charges. These Republicans are doing a pretty bang-up job in their presser right now. Hey, folks, people living in apartments and condominiums. No this for the longest time chances are you could not install a home security system. If you had an apartment or a condo you refrozen because you didn't own it. Most landlords wouldn't pay for it the same landlords wouldn't allow you to run wires behind their walls because the construction disruption and all of that. Unlike people living in a house people and condos and apartments were left, unprotected one, home security company came along and changed all of that. And that's simply safe their system operates on.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:35 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Big day big day, not just because it's national vodka day. Not just because it's national taco day. What really what does Hillary to do on a day with? I don't know what she's gonna do. She's going to have to. I don't know. But the big news today, of course, is that the F B I, perhaps you've heard of them the Federal Bureau of investigation before Obama, they had a sterling reputation before James Comey and Loretta Lynch, and they had a wonderful Eric h holder junior big executive producer at CBS now producing a propaganda show about himself that will probably dovetail nicely with that Madam secretary show, which is propaganda show about Hillary Clinton. It's like living in a sort of a futuristic third world banana Republic, hasn't it everywhere. You turn the message the message, but the FBI has produced its report they finish the investigation, and guess what? The Democrats are not satisfied. It's not enough. This was impossible to predict yet. It was predicted. Anyway. Jeanne Dixon, unnoticed reduce I thank God together. Put their noggins together and said, wait a minute. I think when the FBI report that the Democrats requested is completed they'll say that it is inadequate that. They didn't interview the people Democrats want him to interview which people didn't they interview you might as well, the Democrats are saying that they didn't interview Dr Christine Blasi Ford. Of course, she testified for three hours under oath on Capitol Hill looking confused and befuddled pixellated looking brittle and fragile expressing confusion at almost every turn about what might or might not have happened all those decades ago before her family, moved her to the west coast because she was pixelated and other all kinds of great. Rumors circulating on the internet. I had a couple of them. Shoveled my way fun stuff, but the FBI report is complete and they didn't interview Brett Cavanaugh because Brett Kavanagh testified under oath for thirty one hours in the first go round over the course of three. Three days. I think it was three ten hours a day. Is that right thirty one hours of testimony? And then he was dragged back in for that stuff about his yearbook from Sheldon Whitehouse. And what boof ING is. Because they got them real good on that boosting thing. They love buffet these Democrats. There are a lot of buffers these guys and they dragged him back in and dragged him around again because he's a federal judge with perfect rating from the American Bar Association from from every organization on the planet. He's been squeaky clean, Georgetown prep, private Catholic school guy were a tie in high school. He's like Alex p Keaton, oh, buddy drank beer. He drank beer better. Look out for that. Because he drank beer, have you. I don't know if it's booked or. So they were working on getting to the bottom of things there that was Sheldon Whitehouse Shelly. I think to France Shelly was really excited about that. Did you drink beer at high school thing because we get now we got on the ropes now, and what happened to that serial drugging Bill Cosby, quite lewd gang rape, pull the train for two years at a series of parties cue, which good old. What's her name went? She went to the party's. Oh. Well, over ten times over the course of two years where these gang rapes regarding and then when she was interviewed of crush. She said, well what I actually saw what I can say is that I saw Brett Kavanagh passing red solo cups to people and well guilty gear. You must be destroyed. And of course, keeping them off. The supreme court has not enough because when you accuse people of being a war criminal like the Brett cavenaugh being then he couldn't possibly sit on the court where he currently sits the US district court. He couldn't sit on that court the second highest court in the land couldn't possibly set on that court because of all the things that the Democrats have accused him of they haven't provided any evidence to support the claims other than Christine Ford's testimony now and Kristen and Christine Ford come on she's pixelated. And there's there's more that she can't remember them. She can remember and all of this is entirely a test of Christine Ford's memory at all all of it rides on Christine for its memory of one day. Most of which she can't remember. But the key part. She apparently remembers that one beer she had one beer and Brett Kevin Hart jumped on her. And scared her pushed her into a bedroom. Push on the bed jumped on top of her. She screamed Brett Kevin O or somebody put a hand over her mouth. And then they ran away laughing and they ran down the stairs on. There were laughing like cartoon characters and ever since then she's been afraid to fly and she had to live in a big house because the claustrophobia had to have two front doors. And unfortunately, a number of people have come forward to say that none of that is true that should flying around Hawaii and a prop plane either a single engine or twin engine prop plane around the Hawaiian islands with all that blue ocean, water below you and volcanoes you gotta look out for those. If you're afraid of stuff, you should be afraid of all canines and islands and flying. But she's flying around in Q lived in a five hundred square foot apartment that one door one. Because really where do you put a second and a five hundred square foot apartment? I lived in a five hundred square foot apartment for about seven years and Adams Morgan neighborhood here in Washington DC, five hundred bucks. Real bargain. It was pretty good no parking though. That was the that was the downtown. And and what else did she say? What else do we have for Mickey? And just the number of hall centers story are extraordinary. She couldn't remember what year it was. And then she couldn't remember what year it was. And then she couldn't remember what year it was. And then she got lawyers and team of Democrats that were saddled up with her because Dianne Feinstein director to these democrat party operatives and then she settled on a year. But only then did she settle on a year of nineteen eighty two. And it was kind of like any meaning mighty MOS little it was a little bit any money money in those. Those like fish balls with ping pong Zimmer jelly beans, or some guess how many jelly beans are in the fishbowl. That's kind of what they're doing. With Brett Kevin how many charges have been filed against count? Guess how many charges have been filed against? But no charges have been filed USA because even after all this time, apparently the Christine Ford people have not gone to the authorities in Montgomery County in Maryland. Very close. I could drive the golf ball into Montgomery County Maryland from where I am right now. Literally. And I got a pretty good drive, and they have said, well, if Christine fort or her various representatives PR security legal, you know, aviation all of her aides that the one that carries the football all of her people if they come to the police in Montgomery County and say, can you investigate this? Then they would say, well, yes, we'll take a look at that. And then they'd have to talk to you, see an investigate and they'd have to talk to Christine Ford and ask her a series of very uncomfortable questions. How long did this episode lasted he touch you here where the clothes on was that, you know, over the shirt under the jacket. All these questions would be asked by the Montgomery County police because they're they're police k and speaking of police let me pause on this for a moment because seven police officers were shot yesterday in South Carolina, one officer killed murdered six others wounded, and that makes forty four zero police officers that have been murdered so far this year. It's not clear what this nutcases problem was. They were serving a warrant, and he was apparently in a multi million dollar house with children inside when he opened fired killed one police officer a veteran police officer. And and it's a horrible story at our place are being shot like like never before. And this really dialed up when the Obama. People on President Obama himself started waging their war against the police in the United States. Terrence caraway officer Terrance caraway fifty two years old described as the bravest officer. I've ever seen by the chief of police. There was killed fifty two year old Terrence caraway was killed murdered by this person who opened fire on the police with a rifle killing one and injuring seven more. Also, one civilian was wounded in the in the Malay as well. And that's a horrible horrible story. And the and the Democrats are are virulently anti police from President Obama to Hillary Clinton down the chain. They are virulently anti police and more police are being murdered in the United States than any time in modern in modern history. Just by the way, so I did want to get into that. But this whole thing this whole Brett cavenaugh hit job is there, and they're not. Done. They're pulling back their retrenching. They got their pickaxes out. They got their coup fees on they've got bad that's affixed to their whatever's. And they are they're waiting to destroy even further, and if you turn to CNN or MSNBC. They are still going after him. In fact, who's it? Stephanie rule as we have MSNBC. That's that's her name. She was talking to some leftist. They're having a little circle fast. They're on the cable television, and she has a little bit of a Freudian slip by Washington slip. She accidentally told the truth that in reality. What the news media is doing an MSNBC is doing is. They're going after Brett Cavanaugh, no one is talking about Robert Muller not for the past week and said that is a win for President Trump honoring my think about what I said that is a win. We're only going after his appeal court nominee. We're only going after his supreme court nominee. We're only going after his supreme court nominee. We're only going after his supreme court nominee MSNBC that should be their slogan. We're only going after his supreme court nominee his and and it's a win for President Trump that MS. NBC isn't sawing the same old. Log pounding the same old nail. It's Muller Muller Muller. Russia Russia Russia Russia, Russia Russia. Russia. Russia Russia, and there's what is the big news yesterday that the head of the National Enquirer has been involuntarily, given immunity because they want him to testify against President Trump about something having to do with women or or something like that. And and that's what they're up to. And and they're very the news media's very excited about this, and the owner of the National Enquirer, the head of the National Enquirer kept in a safe stories that he bought to keep out of the papers from women who said that they had had sex with President Trump. Now, it's not like Juanita broaddrick or anything said that Bill Clinton raped her. That's not something that the Democrats care about because they don't actually care about one eight A broaddrick or Paula Jones, or any of the other bimbos that caused the Bimbo eruptions that they had to slap down and destroy these women and smear these women with the help of people like Stephanie rule at MSNBC because at that time they were going after. Juanita broaddrick. There were going after Monica Lewinsky they were going after Paula Jones because they were protecting the rapist Bill Clinton. Look if you believe the women you believe the women what kind of hypocritical. You you can't believe these women are not believed those women. Oh, wait a minute. You can't because we're not for double standards, liberals would have no standards at all. I think President Trump should start texting them. Now that we know that so many are having panic attacks because of President Trump's stress disorder PTSD, President Trump should just start texting them in the middle of the night. Just send out emergency alerts in the middle of the night. And then say just kidding just to give them a little PTSD attack. What do you have PTSD from? Well, my vacation to Hawaii was very traumatic because someone sent out a tweet. What I was there that said that there was a missile coming from a communist and North Korea that was going to kill us all and I'm a communist. So I don't understand why it was very distressing very upsetting. What a bunch of kooks. Whatever. Bunch of nuts. I do love the media research center. Monica Sanchez at the media research center put together the we should post. This don't you think? Victoria will post this hilarious piece from Monaco Sanchez. The wonderful, Monica Sanchez the media research center. The President Trump stress disorder panic attack PTSD texts. After yesterday's emergency alert system tests. One college professors started crying. She was so scared she cried. And she was grateful that a student alerted her knowing that she might panic. If she saw text message because she's got PTSD from spending your life on a leafy campus. Ringing noise..

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Alan Bean, astronaut who walked on the moon, dies at 86

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Alan Bean, astronaut who walked on the moon, dies at 86

"Flip reeves npr news turkey says it's making progress with the us on a road map for cooperation inman bj in northern syria npr's peter kenyon reports the assessment follows a meeting yesterday between us and turkish officials turkey's foreign ministry says in a statement that the two sides of outlined the main contours of a roadmap for further cooperation in men bj were us forces are stationed along with syrian kurdish fighters turkey views as terrorists u s support for the py de kurdish fighters strained us turkey relations and when turkey launched a military operation and nearby f rain president registered bear to one declared that men bees would be the next target turkey's demanding that py d fighters evacuate the area the us says the py dis ben valuable ally in the fight against islamic state forces in syria the statements says turkey's foreign minister mevlut jehovah solo will discuss men bj when he meets secretary of state mike pompeo on june fourth peter kenyon npr news this is npr we are fundraisers are being held in santa fe texas this weekend for those affected by the high schools shooting more than a week ago organizers say they hope to help the thirteen people injured in the rampage cover medical costs astronaut alan bean has died he was eighty six being flew to the moon on apollo twelve and his npr's russell lewis reports it was nasa second lunar landing mission and being became the fourth human to step on the moon ellen beans trip to the moon was his first time in space he and pete conrad spent thirty one hours on the lunar surface in nineteen sixty nine being second mission was as commander of skylab as it orbited the earth for two months speaking to npr in two thousand sixteen being knew he was lucky i've been given his great gift of walking on the moon and that's worth celebrating in other ways besides just the.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"There is a as pulled off some amazing stuff and that's the thing is they don't know him but you know what it is some people love to hate but you and i were talking to the commercial break there for second richard he didn't care you know i it doesn't bother me tickets my skin you know he does have to skin know he's my best friend and you know that most people know that and you know richard for a long time you know unless i met you guys the same day and it was the day you know pretty much the week you did the cannonball run from new york to la and i remember i can still to this day remember thinking when you guys and then you showed back up to the event that we were at it's like what they just in thirty one hours and fifty nine minutes drove from new york to la and then met us back out in florida again what you guys and then i realized you know some people are crazy and some people are like you know what do they call them like gear heads and wrench monkeys well you guys are gas monkeys i get it now i get where the whole term came from you just richard is is a really smart guy but a lot of people asking how did he do well he's a marketing guy he's a marketing is really good at marketing i love him that's his forte.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Yeah like i mean as long as you know i know we're gonna be talking about the simpsons and that's a great example of another thing where it's just like as long as people are going to be paying money it will always exist so the legion of comic book fans is huge they want these movies yeah why what what makes these movies get this much money and have this kind of attendance i saw i was reading in the newspaper over the weekend people went to all of the marvel movies in a rose thirty one hours of marvel movies in cinnamon times square like what gets people this excited about superhero people love spending money but there's something so kind of friction less about these movies i think ao scott pointed this out in his review in the new york times that for these movies like they've sort of generated their own think peace ecosystem where you can say well this one's liberal this one's conservative oh never mind that they're just fun movies are taking it too seriously there's something about it that is so broadly appealing to quote everyone which explains why they have such a big tent audience but i think that that same sort of quality is what makes them so uninteresting that they have no stakes there's no real friction you sort of forget about them they're like cotton candy they melt on your mouth and you never think about also just the fact that there's so much information right and there's like e wanted to find out all the easter eggs you wanna wait for the you know the end of credit screening like bed like little scene at the very end right you you want to you want to know what's going to happen in the next one you want to prepare for it it's it's very similar to tv culture too often set of tv the tv is the new movies but i think marvel has sort of inverted the formula where.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"As long as people are going to be paying money it will always exist so the legion of comic book fans is huge they want these movies yes why what what makes these movies get this much money and have this kind of attendance i saw i was reading in a newspaper over the weekend people went to all of the marvel movies in a rose thirty one hours of marvel movies in cinnamon times square like what gets people this excited about superhero people love spending money but there's something so kind of friction this about these movies i mean i think ao scott pointed this out in his review in the new york times that for these movies like they've sort of generated their own think peace ecosystem where you can say well this one's liberal this one's conservative oh never mind that they're just fun movies or taking it too seriously there's something about it that is so broadly appealing to quote everyone which explains why they have such a big tent audience but i think that that same sort of quality is what makes them so uninteresting that they have no stakes there's no real friction you sort of forget about them they like cotton candy they melt on your mouth and you never think about also just the fact that there's so much information right and there's like he wanted to find out all the easter eggs you wanna wait for the you know the end of credit screening like fed like little scene at the very end right you you want to you want to know what's going to happen in the next one you wanna prepare for it it's it's very similar to tv culture too often set of tv the tv is the new movies but i think marvelous sort of inverted the formula where.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Oh look at this fifty nine dollars a night for a room in whereas korea town you know they don't know where they're going yeah and that's you in the philippines yeah i mean it's just choose a flight alone there's like thirty one hours and also that's drinking far other places with hot chicks where you can go oh asian chicks now so what are you recommend what kind of asian country is that face nothing is safe when you go traveling you count on it not being safe but i would say that today vietnam is probably safer than the philippines not being safe safer than okay if you want if you wanna get asian chicks in the safest way go to chinatown a little saigon you wanna meet filipinos go to your dentist office guarantee you there's one there you know 'cause i'm a i'm a surgical tech and i got out of the medical field beckon construction of the carnegie is pretty good.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Lately rhymes with it i'm sorry this is my favorite story of the day there's new photos for the game mareo tennis aces which is a new game for mario brothers right lewinsky has a little something extra going on in his pants and fans of marilyn luigi are like up in arms about this do like oh my god what did they do to louise's pan pecking he's back in the weeds pack and yeah tmz is claiming the cardi b is due with her baby this summer if you haven't heard they say she will play coachella cardi has not come out and said anything yet so we just have to wait for her nouncement a lot of people are wondering if arianna guerande is pregnant she hasn't been on social since two thousand seventeen then last time we saw picture of she kinda had something covering her midsection fans were tweeting out is she pulling kylie jenner where she's hiding until the baby comes so i don't know so we'll have to watch this for you and see what happens i don't know the afc theater chain is doing a really cool thing a thirty one hour marathon of marvel movies leading up to the new avengers so you have to go on their website it really teasing the supermarathon they're not giving you all the details yet but keep checking out there on their they're a website so you can get more details on that because of you are fan you want to sit there for thirty one hours i don't think i could handle sitting in a movie theater for thirty one hours but maybe if you fed me enough snacks it would be good.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on Z100

"Thank you go ahead so this is my favorite story of the day there's new photos for the game mario tennis aces which is a new game for mario brothers right louis ck has a little something extra going on in his pants and fans of mario and luigi are like up in arms about this do like oh my gosh what did they do to louis tees panties packing he's back in luigi packing tmz is claiming the cardi b is due with her baby this summer if you haven't heard they say she will play coachella cardi has not come out and said anything yet so we just have to wait for her nouncement a lot of people are wondering if oriana guerande is pregnant she hasn't been on social since two thousand seventeen then last time we saw a picture of her she kinda had something covering her midsection fans were tweeting out is she pulling a kylie jenner where she's hiding until the baby comes so i don't know so we'll have to watch this for you and see what happens i don't know the anc theater chain is doing a really cool thing a thirty one hour marathon of marvel movies leading up to the new avengers so you have to go on their website they're really teasing the supermarathon they're not giving you all the details yet but keep checking out there their they're a website so you can get more details on that because of your fan you want to sit there for thirty one hours i don't think i could handle sitting in a movie theater for thirty one hours but maybe if you fed me enough snacks it would be okay milk duds i love milk duds people really like milk duds stuck in your teeth though i like those little chocolate like things with the little white dots on the top per like you know what i'm talking about dot no caps.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on The Watch

"You're such a craig back man you just wanted to say operation folk the world that's your job james bond that's just fuck the world man drink it if you just want a good movie how about thirty one hours of good movies okay hitch me on this so amc is going to do this thing leading up to infinity theaters not the theater's not to television network television we're gonna make a lot of sense you could actually i wasn't actually no this is insert amc theaters they are going to do a thirty one hour mc you marathon starting with iron man going up to vendors infinity war into a scream avengers infinity war which i'm still not sure that vendors and fee or won't be three hours long i don't see how it can avoid it yeah they had a really fun conversation on on the on the ringer slack this week where it was like where would you take your naps like where would your naps be deployed during this oh yeah yeah yeah yeah this is an interesting test case though because i think that the conversation about marvel movies and the idea that there is like this really essential like you need to see all of darvish older you need to see doctor strange to understand black panther named some primo net material i'm saying like we're really talking about is a lot after you end of credit sequences yeah and then some like you don't need to see these movies to understand anything about the movie let's be clear you don't need to see these movies so you feel like you're like you're like arriving it.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Weather center forecast mostly sunny skies today a light breeze off the lake high of forty five tonight clear and cold eloped twentyfive tomorrow mostly sunny with a high of forty right now here fortyone midway forty two highland park forty two along the lakefront thirty eight gives you kogo news first at the top of every hour i'm kim gordon on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn which movies make you cry few okay so grab yourself some talk about you know who is bill i know he's dean dean dean my favorite guy he's our friend dean richards nowhere of all that is movies beautiful beautiful tim richards everybody that's what the root full of peanut butter you should hear me i didn't realize what filipina peru full of peanut part of your mouth to your smooth smooth although i have to say i accidentally bought a jar of crunchy and i prefer that now pretty good way to go guys you like pulp in your orange juice because then i don't like having peanut butter sometimes i don't have either and i'll just take a debris from rome on the sand carpeting cigarette tax dust that's fun that's good times good eating dean did you see this some amc theaters not all but some amc theaters in preparation for the new marvel infinity war are gonna do a thirty one hour marvel movie marathon right that seems like a lot of movies to sit through and that's a lot of movies to sift through yeah i like my marvel movies but there's there's no way how do you do that that's tough i mean i don't know if they know that there's this new invention television right dvd's and online platforms and you can do all that same stuff in your house right now and not pay fifteen dollars for a small box of junior men's right but i think they're what they're selling their is the experience of course if seeing it on an even larger screen than you may have in your house but boy that's a lot i love movies but thirty one hours in a row too much too long but that's too much although i talked to when when the last star wars movie opened up i talked to a bunch of people who are waiting in line who sat through all of the start worst movies to back to.

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"thirty one hours" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one hours" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Thirty one days per month at thirty one hours a driving per month you're going to be spending more time at your job working at a job you hate during the money to pay for a pickup truck that sits in the parking lot and gets destroyed by the sun then you are going to be actually driving that thing in that's probably even to conservatives prompted this less than that here's spending more top that's insane you are an idiot ha and you want a pickup truck okay by again no you needed a car but you bought a pickup truck do you know how stupid that pickup truck ends has like the dumbest vehicle in the world for dude like you to drive you live in florida you have no ice no snow and have barely rains and when it does rains during the day when your work any way 'cause you're an idiot and you drive a pickup truck you don't need a pickup truck you live in a town house you don't live at the top of a mountain where you need a high clearance fourwheel drive vehicle to get you up the mountain you live in a townhouse in florida on paved roads my grandmother on her tricycle could get across the lawn you think you need a pickup truck at least about a twowheel drive truck that was smart after all twowheel drive truck has less issues little more efficient own consulate a bit less but you know what the whole reason you bob this truck was to make yourself feel like a man and you bought a to heal drive trucks are now you look like a do we.

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