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I'm Scared to Invest in Real Estate in a College Town Right Now

Ramsey Call of the Day

05:25 min | 6 d ago

I'm Scared to Invest in Real Estate in a College Town Right Now

"Anthony is in Kansas City High Anthony. Welcome to the Dave. Ramsey show. Hi doing great. How can I help? I have about a half million dollars in my checking account and I have had it in there for a couple of years I'm trying to figure out exactly what to do with it. My plan was to use it for real estate. But the real estate market got me a little spooked right now while or. we live in a college shirt close to a college town and. the market there they've built so many brand new complexes in the last. Ten Years Nobody's going to college. Okay. I'm with you exactly the enrollment rates are going down you know so I'm a little bit Leery of that. So what town are you at all? I'm Manhattan. Kansas Yeah, okay All right yes. You're far enough away from Kansas City that you're probably not investing in. Kansas City. Correct okay, Anthony holder you. I'm forty five. Okay. You've done a great job. Yeah. Are you planning to stay Manhattan. That depends don't necessarily need to have a hobby farm. I'm I'm an electrical contractor by trade. But my my real estate holdings I have a couple of rental properties to, but I have about a million and a half in real estate that's all paid for. about one, hundred, thousand in cash five, hundred, thousand in my checking. about four, hundred, thousand other assets like. Crack loaders tractors. You're. A. Stud. Done. So proud of you. It's got to feel great man really did it and I'm assuming you did all this start assuming you to all the starting from nothing. For nothing inherited nothing way to go well, here's what I would do if I, woke up in your shoes and I find myself in similar situations from time to time. I'm between real estate deals and I need access to the cash when I get ready to do the next real estate deal. That's where I find myself. It's where you find yourself because you're not going to drop that half million in Manhattan you've made that decision. I'm not going to recommend if you've listened to me for more twenty minutes, you know this to be a long distance landlord. and. So what I'm GonNa end up doing is just parking this probably in like an S. and P. Five hundred. you know a no load fund there's no commissions and just ride the market with it a little bit while I'm waiting to decide what I'm GONNA do. and. One of two things will happen. One of three things will happen. You decide to stay in Manhattan and the market get soft as you predict. So you will not pull that money out in buying Manhattan. So you're probably going to turn and invest in some other vehicle for probably some mutual fund or something number. Two thing that could happen as you move and you're living in whatever Kansas City and you got a great market to invest in. Then, you pull the money out and you invest it then what was the third thing that could happen. The third thing could happen would be Manhattan back the college market firms back up and you feel good about investing in Manhattan again, pull the money out there s and P and invest go so your parking it until something else moves another variable moves in the situation. But checking accounts not okay. Yeah. I realize that it's been but you know how it is Kinda fly. And I'm sure your bank is reaching out blowing up your phone with all their ideas and thoughts. Real helpful now. Drysdale's on the line. There's a saw ball mister guides deals on the line. There's a fourth option you may begin to look at something that gets to be on sale where you've got someone that has to sell or is looking to sell, and now you've put yourself in a situation to start to have some conversations about potentially buying that that could happen as the market. In Manhattan that's right. that somebody couldn't quite survived the turn and it's making an upward turn and you're comfortable with it that could result in a really good for a great deal. Yeah. That's that's a very, very good point. Dr. John Loney is. One of three, thirty, two degrees he's got he's got more degrees than a thermometer is in higher. Ed. And he's talked about with you and I and a bunch of US behind the scenes and even some what on the air The to the extent that. Because of the student loan debacle and because covert scenario by home, they realized These colleges are trying to charge just as much sitting at home I'm not getting like the college experience. I don't see any ivy on the walls here at my house. So to those two things hitting together are accelerating p the demand for college degrees. On campus living college degrees, they're accelerating that demand dropping right been dropping. Student loan the covert thing is pushed it over the edge. So, we are seeing some things like he's describing a college town like Manhattan, which is what Kansas State. Of Kansas, state and So you know we're seeing so many smaller towns where the economy's driven by resoluteness. Affecting their economies it really is a lot of those around America.

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A recipe from Luke Selby

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:02 min | 6 d ago

A recipe from Luke Selby

"My Name's Lisa and I'm the head chef of stable where me and my brothers we cooking and. Hoping Zero at the end of the month, a recipe, the I like to Cook Omen, and so a dish I designs during lockdown. Well, actually, it was a recipe donates to the NFL. Where a friend of mine was cooking free meals for a key emergency workers. And I designed this dish for him and he prepared and cooked for. The key walk is though helping in the NHS so the dishes emesa glazed aubergine. So we have to of genes of four people and we co them in sesame oil, and then we just school them lightly. And pan-fried him. To get an ice and characterization on the clash and then we might to me so dressing which is a grated. Ginger too close of garlic. About. Two tablespoons of White Mecer. tablespoon of rice wine vinegar hundred miles of water tablespoon Wai-. Source and two tablespoons of Suga. We blend that up. And then just on the gene and baked the aubergine profile twenty minutes one hundred and ninety degrees. And then we just serve kind of Don Berry style. So on rice so cooked Sushi Rice. Very Japanese style and very clean. So we cook Sushi rice and then just has it's cooling mix Satan Cemerin and some rice wine vinegar. And then we serve the genome talk from we just pair it with some pickles. The really helped cut the city and. Live in the dish a lot. So I liked parrot with pickle Karen some pickled cucumber. Basic pickle recipe would be about seventy five mils white wine dente. Four, two meals a worser. And fifteen grams of sugar halftime soul and a teaspoon of Kuranda seats. You just bring that to the boil and poorer over. graded. Keratin. Your sliced cucumber. And that just goes very simply the side and then just gone issue with some Pitkaeranta and that's the dish.

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Libsyn and listener privacy

podnews

03:14 min | Last week

Libsyn and listener privacy

"What's bad for podcast privacy unsecure audio files on Brian Bond letter in sounds profitable has discovered that one of the most aggressive voices on podcast privacy. The podcast host Lipson has been threatening the privacy of its podcast listeners by still serving some of its podcasts using unsecure http. The practice makes it easier for employers is peas and governments to monitor which lips in podcast listeners requesting. You'll find a link to the entire article in our show notes and our newsletter today. Bus Brown has launched a transcript distribution service and integration with podcast addict forecasters. Using sprouts can also offer synchronized captions. The company is working with the podcast index to make this an official are assessed tag. Apple is to announce new hardware today at ten o'clock, Pacific Time the company is widely expected to answer set of new iphones including five G. models and a new smaller part. The podcast academy is to announce the details of their first annual awards today at five o'clock eastern the webinars free to members will link to that today. The organization has also released a mission statement which we linked to as well speaking on the media show last week. ANDRO Greenlee. The chair of the PODCAST Academy confirmed that the organization will not play a part in setting technical standards. The Australian podcast rancor has been released for September the number one remains stuff you should know represented in Australia by Air Ends I. Heart Podcast Network Australia. The top ten publishers account for forty five point eight, million downloads that's up four point one percent from August it's an incomplete rank et measures participating publishers only and doesn't include the ABC the country's largest broadcaster. spotify UK has content and podcast collections for it's black history is now. and. How much did Amazon pay for PODCAST DOT? com it was offered to one news reader for over two million donors who told. POCOCK news that great business show is a new podcast from the bringing together veteran business broadcast. Oh, the former international rugby player. As a leap year, twenty twenty was always meant to be a little longer. The most part the leap year points out that for many Australians in lockdown, it's felt like a very long year indeed with stories of the impact of the pandemic Australia's lives and was released yesterday. Sutter. Faction was launched at the end of last month from Evans Sutter. The past contains short six, two, twenty minute talks about life satisfaction wellbeing happiness, the absurdity of life relationships and joy. Supercars does launch super casters a podcast that dives deep into how you can grow your podcast sustainably and build a business out of it and severe with an F. marks the return of Sofia, Franklin former host of coal her daddy in it. She talks about her split with Alexandra Cooper and then a free for monologue on whatever Franklin decides in the moment to talk about. A horrifying review in Forbes,

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Galaxy Z Fold 2 or Note 20 Ultra?

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

06:46 min | Last week

Galaxy Z Fold 2 or Note 20 Ultra?

"Nick. Thank you for being on this week's episode. You've been on plenty of them this past twenty twenty. So thank you for being on the pilot episode of Cuny. A thanks for having me it's always a pleasure. Yeah. All right. So great question for you Someone as let me scroll all the way back. If I can get all the way back there because I g TV can be a little bit hard when it comes to this stuff, somebody asked about the galaxy full to own Brandon Brandon asked, are you going to get accustomed galaxy full to and? The here's where I landed on the fold to once I tested it, and did my reviews for for jv in particular My main question going into using a foldable device on the daily was. His this phone going to provide more for me than just a more fun and bigger smartphone experience. If the question if the answer to that question was no, then I did not feel right mending two grand on it that ultimately became the case I. Love The fold too. I think it's a great device. I enjoyed my time with ED call of duty mobile and Rochman X. Dive on that big screen is. Literally experience you can have anywhere else unless you are willing to play on a tablet by. Yeah. I just. It's a fun device and that's all it ended up being and that's why ultimately said no, it's not for me. So you got your hands on it. You've been doing cameras enough do do you have any thoughts? So. I'm kind of with you on you know seeing if affordable device is the right device for me, my my previous experience with foldable devices got the test out the fold last year just for a couple of days not a full review. But then I got the Z. Flip and I actually really liked that device. But with the fold to my review approach is not me just reviewing the advice it's more of is doing already a blog style review seeing if. A week with this device can convince me that foldable displays are the future and this is where we should be going with smartphone technology. So I'm on day three of that As you said, I've tested out the cameras so far I've been using the phone as my main device. There are some benefits to having that larger screen. I. Honestly think that you know having that cross device between a phone and tablet. Can Be useful for some people But then you mentioned things like gaming and I I saw a lot of people doing this playing call of duty duty mobile on the fold, and you have a much bigger experience but actually I had to put it down after fifteen twenty minutes because of a different couple factors. The the weight of this thing is incredible. It is heavier than a tablet like this thing this thing is just as heavy as what an eight. INCH or nine inch tablet is just because of the metal building the glass on the back it's extremely heavy. So it's not really comfortable for playing for a long period of time but then also the aspect ratio while it does lend itself for what seems to be a more immersive experience. It's actually a cropped in experience. So you don't get any of your peripheral vision that you would get on a sixteen by nine display. It's it's literally cut off so if you have. Especially for first person shooters, you're literally cut off from about twenty to thirty percent of the screen that you would get on a regular smartphone but. That's left to right though right because it's taught top and bottom. You get more on the same about them you get the scene. More on the top and bottom no, you get you get the same view. It's so it's like yours. It's like you're on a smartphone. If you're you're here and then they're just cutting off this and you get that wider or taller aspect ratio by it's it's the same. So I had to quit after I don't know fifteen minutes and the other reason I quit was because it's you're feeling the plastic on the screen and so scrolling your fingers with onscreen controls isn't that smooth as A. Little bit more friction there and especially when it's a larger display unless I hadn't calibrated my controls on spring controls yet to make them a little bit smaller so that there and more responsive. So the ONSCREEN. Controls for call of duty mobile were driving me crazy after after fifteen minutes and I was like, no, I'm going back to my won't plus a pro. Just because it's a much, much better experience for me at least but as far as like it felt bigger and it's because like because the screen is bigger, it does feel more immersive. You're in the game more but I don't think it gives you a competitive advantage with with that feeling because of the other detractors that it, you know it's it's heavier the screens not as smooth. So your your finger scrolling on the screen aren't as quick and responsive, and then for me at least I felt like I was L-. I lost my peripheral vision. In it so But, I I. I think for for call of duty the whole peripheral vision thing. Maybe that is great but I can tell you sir on a platform like Rochman X. Dive it definitely rendered more of the top and bottom because there was more of that. They're so on a regular phone if there was a platform underneath me that I would not see until I fell off the current one I could see it on the full to scum that was literally there. Yeah. So it was literally showed up there. In the same vein of the fold to question someone did ask, would you pick a no twenty all tre or the full to and I think that's an interesting question because these are two very. Niche devices, Nisha lines that Samsung have created for themselves. So it's has pen or fold as penfold. How for me? I. Would Go with the note twenty ultra For for a couple different reasons, one of them being the cameras, the cameras on the no twenty tra- better cameras. that being said, I have been enjoying taking selfies with the fold since you can use the main cameras on the back. So if you're in the SELFIES, the full would be the better option there you can use the altar wide or the standard especially in low light conditions you to see a huge improvement But as far as overall usability of the device I would say the note twenty trump from me personally would be a better fit for my my use cases.

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Marianna Leivaditaki's Chestnut Onion Stew Recipe

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:20 min | Last week

Marianna Leivaditaki's Chestnut Onion Stew Recipe

"Hello My name is Marina Boulevard key and I am from Crete half creighton and half Scottish Ashley I am a chef and I work here in London. And have been doing. So for many years, I was the head chef Mario and currently the head chef at Maurito at Hackney road. The race appeared like to share with you today is a chestnut and onion stew with the option of adding Pumpkin to it. So dishes really simple. A slow cooked stews. So you just need to create a really small base and sweet base using finely chopped carrots and celery and garlic and kind of cutting them really small and putting them in a pan with a little bit of olive oil and making sure they're nice and sweet. So cooking them for about fifteen to twenty minutes and then adding lots and lots of baby onions. So I like to use the Bora tiny. Tyler onions because they're small the really sweet and they're quite mild. So depending on how many people I want to do this do for I locate about five to seven baby onions, per-portion sa- loads, and loads, and this will make you really really beautiful. So after your base is nice and sweet, you just add the onions and then you add your cooked chestnuts. So of course, you can use chestnuts that you cook and you. Peel, but that will take a very long time. So I like to use good quality vacuum packed chestnuts. So I would say you kind of us about one hundred, one, hundred, twenty grams of chestnuts per portion just to be really nice and generous, and this is kind of what this is about using chestnuts instead of meat. So it's adding this kind of really really nice richness to this to that meat word if you using. That so you get everything in the port you add some really good quality chopped tomatoes a nice amount of red wine you season with salt and pepper, and a little bit of Orange Peel, a cinnamon stick, and you just make sure your port is nice and liquidity and there's enough liquid to kind of let this to cook gently few think the reason you can always add some wine or you can just add some water. Place a lead and just let it simmer for half an hour forty minutes just until it start smelling beautifully, you will be able to smell the orange and the cinnamon. When you take the laid off, you will see actually this source has really thickened and this Jew is just absolutely delicious. I wouldn't say it needs more than forty five minutes send. Another amazing ingredient to add that is very seasonal at the moment is. The pumpkin or the butternut squash or any funny squash that you might come across. You can just peel it Q-bert and added in this do at the same time with your base, your salary and your carrot, your onions. So I think here in London I don't often see chestnuts Jews and it's a true. That's very traditional in Greece in the winter months and it's absolutely amazing like if you go up the mountains, you know you. Might Walk into Taverna. The is run by an old granny and before you even kind of you just open the door and you're like, okay, she's Cook Chestnuts Stu. You know. So it's something that you find, but it's something that is also special. So it's not everywhere. It's not in every TAVERNA eater you go two sets a win today sheets really warming at celebrating chestnut, which you know are just absolutely amazing and I love them. And, it's a dish that I recently I collaborated with this amazing new project called wild radish, and this is my dish for Christmas together with lots of other things. So it's a little bit more elaborate, but the main stew is this chestnut and nonunion stew and it's been fantastic collaborating with world radish because it's just an amazing new project asking US sheriffs and other really really lovely beautiful capable sheriff's. To think of dishes they love Cook them, create them, write them down, and then they make them really easy for everyone to do. So you receive this amazing box with

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Caring for COVID-19 positive patients in New York

Reimagining Community Care

05:42 min | Last week

Caring for COVID-19 positive patients in New York

"Kobe nineteen pandemic has brought with it many trials and tribulations. We're facing them other healthcare systems are too especially those in hub. In this episode, you'll hear from, Dr, Jeffrey Johnson who's one of our critical care physicians in south, West Wisconsin in Rochester and we'll learn about his experience and learning from carrying for Kobe patients in New York City. Welcome to reimagining community care podcast, and thanks for listening in I'm bobby gas style with co hosts, Mary Jo Williamson and ashes the mood. We continue recording the podcast via zoom trying our best to share this conversation as if we were relieved together in our favorite coffeeshop. We can only wish we were together in our favorite coffee shop right now but very excited about the discussion today. Well, the pandemic has no doubt challenged us in many ways and tested our patients and endurance. There is a silver lining. It has created new opportunities for us to serve in unexpected ways and to learn an innovate. It really takes me back to our story Mayo Clinic came to life from a crisis in Rochester and has become a global leader in healthcare from decades of continuous learning and innovation. So today, we'd like to welcome Dr Jeffrey, Johnson an anesthesiologist in critical care in both Lacrosse in. Rochester. Dr Johnson had a really unique opportunity to care for covert patients in New York in the height really of the pandemic. Actor Johnson thank you so much for joining us. Today. We're excited to hear how the Cova crisis became an opportunity for you to help others and also to bring back learnings to Mayo Clinic. Well. Thank you for having me. I appreciate the opportunity to discuss my time in New, York the care of these patients during the pandemic. Definitely was a experience of a lifetime really changed my approach to looking at life in general, truly an eye opening opportunity and I'm looking forward to sharing what I learned during my time there. Texture Johnson, how did that opportunity come about and why did you decide to go? So. You know I have a clinical obligation as well as administrative one and like many of us on this in this call, we're very busy during the early phase of the spring planning for the pandemic in South West Scott's and And so during that time, I've been getting emails from colleagues around the world Italy France discussing what they're experiencing as ice you doctors. They were pretty impressive and so I was seeing those society of crew care medicine early on during the pandemic actually was sending out emails intensiveness asking to come to New York if they're able to go. But clearly during all our planning things, I couldn't make that trip but still wait on the fortunately though you know as it worked out, we hit a lull. We were prepared as much as we could be. So responded to that inquiry after getting support from my local leaders and across. Rochester. And how long from when you decided until you left for New York Think. It was about two weeks when I was another colleague of mine who actually was doing the same thing I didn't know it at the time, but he was already working through the process to get support from high leadership in the organization and so by the time we got approval and by the time I was in Europe is just about two weeks. That, you're Jensen I can't even imagine what it was like to walk into that environment on your first day in New York. Share with us. Some of your very first observations were about the situation. Even, my observations before New, York made an impression on me. You know part of the process this aside of critical care medicine worked it out that they united. Airlines was flying volunteers offer free and so. connected to Rochester Ando hair and all of us for most of them have been hair during normal busy normal times and what struck me as I got off the plane waiting for my connection to New York was the quiet. The hallways were empty. The only people you saw were usually employees related to the airport you look out on the tarmac. Planes lined up in formation that clearly indicated they were. Shut down and not going to be used for any period of time. And then when I flew into New York it was much the same having been in New York, a few other times before really impressed me with again the quiet the lack of people there was no congregating in the park areas really what made in pressure with me my distance from the airport I landed at into the hotel I was staying was about twenty miles and it actually took us about twenty minutes. I can't think of the last time as a New York where that timeline fit distance. So it was pretty surreal to fly into a city that's known for being busy twenty four hours and seeing how quiet it was. and so New York itself as a group or as the city was quiet but and then I made it to the hospital the next day and had different observation deck to new the word quiet, which to me is sort of a calming word. But I suspect that the impression we should associate with that word is more eerie. A good description it really was. It was eerie hang. BEEN IN NEW YORK. was completely different than what I remember. There was an anxiety in the city sense it the Uber driver I interact with you know he was very tense They actually created a plastic barrier between the front seat in the backseat of his private vehicle using duct tape and Saran wrap. And then obviously everybody was wearing Maso. Yeah. The quiet really wasn't required.

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They Call Us Sujata Day

They Call Us Bruce

05:32 min | 3 weeks ago

They Call Us Sujata Day

"Hello and welcome to another edition of they call Bruce An unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asia America I'm Phil You Jeff Yang, and we have a fantastic guests this episode somebody who wanted to have on for a while somebody loves and whose work Meyer and that is Giada Day. Actor filmmaker and the creator of a new film definition please which were incredibly excited to be talking about now Sujata welcome to the episode. Thank you for having me. Welcome. It's a power to Sunday night party. Suggest a day. You get that all the time. Oh yes. Nothing. Nothing like being agent and you know leaning into the name things because we get that. But SUJATA. Again, we have kind of all known each other ish like we've been in the same circles for a while and obviously been admirers of the stuff even doing since way back you know awkward black girl and of course you're working insecure. But this is a new thing right? Like a feature film and it's a feature film that seems. Very much rooted in your reality if you will. Since you wrote it and directed it and are starring in it. Yeah I Have you know done? Awkward Black Run I was on insecure and? Watching East race journey from the very beginning of you know s meeting on twitter and then going to her dad's doctor's office in Inglewood to shoot a twenty minute. Seen me walking out of there being like what the heck did. I get myself into. And watching her put awkward black girl on her credit cards and then US getting picked up by Ferrall for the second season and then HBO for insecure and. That entire journey alongside ISA. was such a huge learning experience for me which. All, culminated in the creation of definition please and me having the confidence to write the script and produce it and directed and starring it is all. Just snow grateful to have been part of ISA's. Happen in that gave me the confidence to embark on my own feature film and just get right into it and do it and. So I'm just so thankful that people are watching it now and enjoying it and. Sending me responses to the trailer and the film if they're watching it festivals. And it's just been really exciting to watch and. Also the it's not an autobiographical film, but it is really personal to me like all of my projects I start from a real place. So it'll be like a real person or a real situation that I was in, and then I will fictional is it from there so for example, this script started with me winning my spelling bee in fourth grade I don't know if you guys have been in spelling bees. Not Personally I I'm actually quite a good speller. Ford is worth. Much better that than like mass, for instance. But I've never competed and I'm sure you would crush me even at your fourth grade level. No I don't think you know what it's. It's probably because you were you always an avid reader. I was I was A. Kid, who kind of snuck books? Under the covers at night right and stayed up reading. Yeah. Yeah. Me Too and and I never trained for spelling bees and my parents never pushed me to do. I don't even think they were aware that spelling bees were a thing and in my tiny class of ten people in Fourth Grade One my spelling the which you know when you win out of ten people at doesn't feel like a huge win. But but it felt like a big deal everyone was proud. My teachers were proud of me. Mrs Lewis you know she took me to regionals. and. Once I went to regionals. It was just a whole other experience because there was a huge stage and it wasn't in the cafeteria anymore and there was a microphone and there was an audience and I think I got really nervous and I went out. On the first round and I misspelled radish. And I spelled it with two DS instead of one, and then I came down and Mrs Lewis Hugged me and I could tell that she knew that I was I was nervous and disappointed in myself but she was so comforting and I went back to my school and my friends just started. Me and making. Because I missed our such easy easy word. And and you know what I accepted the you know I accepted the bowling for that because I was like you know what? It wasn't easy word and and I should've gone out on a hard word.

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Really Slow (MM #3473)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Really Slow (MM #3473)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. I've noticed lately that our internet seems to be really slow now. It's a relative term of course because really slow is not be true. I started back on the internet when you'd literally open up a web site and then go walk away for twenty minutes waiting it to upload the pictures now thanks to high-speed internet. It's not the same. It's not really slow. But it is you want it to be in ten years now, and now that we have the technology it should be instantaneous. But of course, it's not now. The reason our Internet is slow has a lot to do with well the fact that both my wife and I are working now on the internet at home and during the day I didn't have to worry about my wife when she was working from the office. She's on the internet all time. It's what she does for a living. She's got constant teams calls and zoom calls things like that takes up bandwidth and therefore the bandwidth I was using all for myself before is now being shared amongst two or three computers. I just wage number back twenty twenty-five years ago when the internet really was slowed when the internet first started out and I'll spoiled we've gotten yes. I realized we've come to expect things that are instantaneous, but every now and then I have to pause whether I want to or not dead.

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Episode 20: We Are Better Together - Be A Curator

Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Episode 20: We Are Better Together - Be A Curator

"You are not a consumer you not create your curator for the care of what your students have families need I think that's a I. It's a mindset shift it it's a role realignment and really an identity remembrance because what happens is at least some conversations that I had was administers is they'll spend eight ten twelve hours on a twenty minute piece of sermon or maybe even like Youtube content, and that's for a fulltime minister. If a fourth of your week is twenty minutes of talk you missing out. Truly, I think you're missing out on the ways in which you can invest in the leaders, students and families of your church like if you are spending and that's where I think we talk lot with our ministry community a booster like like knowing how your time is spent time as an investment, right? Like like money is a resource time as a resource and it you're spending all this time on a very small sliver of time you have with your students I. Think we've got a readjust kind of recalibrate

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Escaping monogamy

Ladies, We Need To Talk

04:59 min | Last month

Escaping monogamy

"Women are more sexually liberated than we've ever been, but in spite of. Work, nece. The majority of his still believe in monogamy monogamy means the search is over. You'll here now arrived where it's safe, secure and familiar. But if we admit it, it can also get kind of well. Being polite, he bit kind of repetitive. After you find someone, you think he's Jesus settle down with its completely assumed that your in monogamous relationship. And that presumption isn't just coming from society it's coming from you. According to the Australian Study of Health and relationships ninety six percent Australians expect monogamy from themselves and their partner. But what if instead of one pot now one bed and one stupid advice to look at every morning it's two, three, four I don't know maybe five stupid faces. We're exclusive to each other people might say like, why did you bother game? Then sometimes I do think that myself. This is Khloe she's in her thirties been married for three years and with the same partner for ten. They're still working out the rules of the Pali Game. We talked about threesomes, but it never happened because like how'd you engineer that like neither of US wanted to go on the APPs because it was it would just be embarrassing like all. What if someone that we know US knows that we have sex. And then earlier this year basically all started I developed this huge crush on a friend. And it was actually really stressful. Because I was terrified that it kind of meant that I didn't love my husband anymore and maybe I wasn't supposed to be with my husband and maybe are supposed to be with this guy and my partner knew about this told them from the very beginning like, Oh, I'm having these squishy feeling. So this guy and I was very honest about all of it, but then the more intense feelings. The more stressful. It became because like I said I was worried. That it meant that I needed to get a divorce. I'm been in therapy for a long time and I remember me telling the therapist, all of this and her being like I'm just going to tell you something all of these feelings your feelings have got nothing to do with your relationship with your husband. It's all on you and I was like say. It. Just needed to say that because I was so scared and I think talking about that with other women like we all get crushes and it doesn't mean that you've made the wrong decision. So, yeah. That didn't go anywhere but then old friend of mine called me around my birthday happy birthday. Then a couple of days later he text me and invited me over to his place and I showed my husband this text and I was like isn't it with like we don't see each other often I've never been to his house before yet he's inviting me over. Do you think is like trying to sleep with me and my partner was like Nah sounds like he wants to hang out and have a few drinks and I said Okay Should I continue with this story? This is where interesting. So I went to this guy's house. So I, my PJ's I really didn't think that he wanted to have sex with me. And we sat up and we were talking for ages and we're watching telly and he just suddenly turned. Hey. So I can't get Netflix on this. TV. In the lounge room but I can get it on my laptop. This question like watch TV in bed together is that too weird and I was like, oh no, that's fine. So we lay down in bed and I was like as far away as I could possibly get from him on the other side of the bed and we sat there and we watched about twenty minutes of Queer Eye. And he was like, can I just I just? Can you come a bit closer? If. That's a good idea and he was like why and I was like because I think if we touch than, we might have sex and he was like, would that be? And then weakest, and then we had sex. And it was very intense like that was the first time I'd had sex anyone side from my partner. In ten years. It was intense. What about your husband does he had any? Yeah. He doesn't tell me unless I ask I think because he knows that it it makes me feel icky by also know that that aching. US. Get smaller with time like when I first found out, they had slept with someone. I, was on a train. Carriage on a drain. And he text me Tomiichi I. Yelled like what the fuck? Everyone in the. ME. And I couldn't I kind of couldn't stop laughing because I was so shocked. I mean he's a sexy man. Obviously I, love him I married him but it was just so weird to thing that he actually likes let with someone else. And it felt horrible. And I got off the train and he met me and I just. I I couldn't stop laughing. So. Like I moved through their emotions pretty quickly obviously shock I. But then it was funny and then it felt a bit gross. Then it was kind of sexy which I didn't see coming at all.

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PS5 Pre-Orders at Walmart Are Acting a Little Strange

Game Scoop!

04:41 min | Last month

PS5 Pre-Orders at Walmart Are Acting a Little Strange

"Biggest news of the week, of course. Everything that's Sony. announced. Yesterday, we finally have price released eight, and then a priori sort of clumsily with live last night and cause mass hysteria nationwide. Playstation five is out November twelfth two days after xbox series. The full version is five hundred dollars. Digital version is four hundred dollars I believe we all got our preorder secured I got a disk version from Amazon. Reason being because I have to play on my special edition Blu rays. Where did everyone else? I know Sam got one from like real need. You got one from Walmart. Target best buy and game stops. Yeah. We we have to kind of outsource extra steps because we capture a lot of game play at work and stuff like that, and so we just need extra systems around. So we we usually do a little bulk order like that, but it'd get a bunch of The digital ones are really hard to get and I think the will want them to. We ran a poll today that said about a thirty percent of people still haven't got the system they wanted to order and a, and a bunch of those people said that they wanted to digital one I thought that was pretty cool but we suspect there's very few out there just. Yeah, the. Data shows us that there's about one percent as many digital editions as there are. One, present. Crazy crazy. This is only based off. We can only see like people that clicked on it and deals links and then bought one, and so there's it's possible that none of our readers in particular with the digital edition. But I, don't think that's the case because because they also they also that in like twenty minutes. So it's this mad rush to appear to the consoles them and the dust had settled. We had sold one hundred times more disk consoles, and so I think that Sony is just making like beyond few of them and this is just my speculation. But like I bet the story is going to emerge as the weeks go on digital edition is like very scarce not very common. The only thing we officially know is that they mentioned or Jim Ryan mentioned in an interview that they were producing more for launch, the PS five, and then they did for the PS four I think that was in response to there was a rumor out there that there would be fewer than there were for the PS four or that there would be production issues. So I think they were trying to just kind of. Pr Their way out of that one. But even even before that Bloomberg report this week Sony itself you know launched its mysterious own direct Priori Program said that orders we're going to be very scarce. People are assuming it's going to be hard to find, and if people are following that, that's still the. Emails about that direct purchase from Sony still like we've Kinda grand through all the retailers that could even have prayers although Justin just got a scoop that targets is put up some more preorder issues now maybe. Somehow watching the show live. Yeah the priorities are such a mess and Sony Sony said like and pre orders open tomorrow, and then Walmart said, no, no preorder is open right now. After Walmart did that then the domino's started to fall a target came online and best buy came online and best buy site. Now, twenty four hours later is still wrecked still can't go to best buy DOT COM like Some of this is some of this is Sony's fault in my opinion for not being more organized and buttoned up on Mike. Here's the date and time for preorder is like everyone just relax. But some of this, also like interest in hype for the PS five is unprecedented like I never seen a console that like as had more prelaunch hype and interest than than the PS five. So I think somebody's retailer websites in downtime and stuff would have happened. No matter what. That's usually the way things go and I'm very curious. What is it for for the xbox series xbox series asked they're going up on September twenty second I believe in the daily gave a time eight am. Did they finally reveal the time Today let's get I. Don't know I. Don't know why at the end of their show yesterday couldn't have said you know good live tomorrow at ten. Right because everybody would have north them well, maybe. Maybe that maybe Walmart so pissed off that they're selling a digital console that they are not going to be able to sell more games for the navy. Editors there. So supply constrained like they're gonNA THEY'RE GONNA sell out in a few minutes. So why like what? What's the jockeying till? I go I like. We want people to ordering from us not our archrival target. It's not like you're going to sell every single PS five you get your hands on. So why make it this big fire drill?

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PlayStation 5 launches in November, starting at $399 for PS5 Digital Edition and $499 for PS5 with Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Drive

Game Scoop!

02:06 min | Last month

PlayStation 5 launches in November, starting at $399 for PS5 Digital Edition and $499 for PS5 with Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Drive

"Playstation five is out November twelfth two days after xbox series. The full version is five hundred dollars. Digital version is four hundred dollars I believe we all got our preorder secured I got a disk version from Amazon. Reason being because I have to play on my special edition Blu rays. Where did everyone else? I know Sam got one from like real need. You got one from Walmart. Target best buy and game stops. Yeah. We we have to kind of outsource extra steps because we capture a lot of game play at work and stuff like that, and so we just need extra systems around. So we we usually do a little bulk order like that, but it'd get a bunch of The digital ones are really hard to get and I think the will want them to. We ran a poll today that said about a thirty percent of people still haven't got the system they wanted to order and a, and a bunch of those people said that they wanted to digital one I thought that was pretty cool but we suspect there's very few out there just. Yeah, the. Data shows us that there's about one percent as many digital editions as there are. One, present. Crazy crazy. This is only based off. We can only see like people that clicked on it and deals links and then bought one, and so there's it's possible that none of our readers in particular with the digital edition. But I, don't think that's the case because because they also they also that in like twenty minutes. So it's this mad rush to appear to the consoles them and the dust had settled. We had sold one hundred times more disk consoles, and so I think that Sony is just making like beyond few of them and this is just my speculation. But like I bet the story is going to emerge as the weeks go on digital edition is like very scarce not very common. The only thing we officially know is that they mentioned or Jim Ryan mentioned in an interview that they were producing more for launch, the PS five, and then they did for the PS four I think that was in response to there was a rumor out there that there would be fewer than there were for the PS four or that there would be production issues. So I think they were trying to just kind of. Pr Their way out of that

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PlayStation 5 launches in November, starting at $399 for PS5 Digital Edition and $499 for PS5 with Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Drive

Game Scoop!

02:06 min | Last month

PlayStation 5 launches in November, starting at $399 for PS5 Digital Edition and $499 for PS5 with Ultra HD Blu-Ray Disc Drive

"Playstation five is out November twelfth two days after xbox series. The full version is five hundred dollars. Digital version is four hundred dollars I believe we all got our preorder secured I got a disk version from Amazon. Reason being because I have to play on my special edition Blu rays. Where did everyone else? I know Sam got one from like real need. You got one from Walmart. Target best buy and game stops. Yeah. We we have to kind of outsource extra steps because we capture a lot of game play at work and stuff like that, and so we just need extra systems around. So we we usually do a little bulk order like that, but it'd get a bunch of The digital ones are really hard to get and I think the will want them to. We ran a poll today that said about a thirty percent of people still haven't got the system they wanted to order and a, and a bunch of those people said that they wanted to digital one I thought that was pretty cool but we suspect there's very few out there just. Yeah, the. Data shows us that there's about one percent as many digital editions as there are. One, present. Crazy crazy. This is only based off. We can only see like people that clicked on it and deals links and then bought one, and so there's it's possible that none of our readers in particular with the digital edition. But I, don't think that's the case because because they also they also that in like twenty minutes. So it's this mad rush to appear to the consoles them and the dust had settled. We had sold one hundred times more disk consoles, and so I think that Sony is just making like beyond few of them and this is just my speculation. But like I bet the story is going to emerge as the weeks go on digital edition is like very scarce not very common. The only thing we officially know is that they mentioned or Jim Ryan mentioned in an interview that they were producing more for launch, the PS five, and then they did for the PS four I think that was in response to there was a rumor out there that there would be fewer than there were for the PS four or that there would be production issues. So I think they were trying to just kind of. Pr Their way out of that

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Global virus cases top 30 million, tally shows

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Global virus cases top 30 million, tally shows

"The new tally from Johns Hopkins University finds confirmed cases of the coronavirus have topped thirty million worldwide Johns Hopkins researchers say the worldwide counted known Kobe nineteen infections climb to post thirty million on Thursday with more than half of them the just three countries the U. S. India and Brazil the number has increased by ten million in just over a month with global Casey's passing twenty minute on August twelve the U. S. leads the by country count with well over six point five million reported cases followed by India with more than five million I'm Brazil individual numbers could vary as the university's tali sometimes lags behind the country reports Charles did as well London

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Global virus cases top 30 million, tally shows

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Global virus cases top 30 million, tally shows

"The new tally from Johns Hopkins University finds confirmed cases of the coronavirus have topped thirty million worldwide Johns Hopkins researchers say the worldwide counted known Kobe nineteen infections climb to post thirty million on Thursday with more than half of them the just three countries the U. S. India and Brazil the number has increased by ten million in just over a month with global Casey's passing twenty minute on August twelve the U. S. leads the by country count with well over six point five million reported cases followed by India with more than five million I'm Brazil individual numbers could vary as the university's tali sometimes lags behind the country reports Charles did as well London

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Samantha Skelly Onn How Breathwork Helps Heal Emotional Eating

Hay House Meditations

05:07 min | Last month

Samantha Skelly Onn How Breathwork Helps Heal Emotional Eating

"So, welcome onto the podcast. Samantha thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited. Yeah. I'm really looking forward to talking with you about meditation and in particular breath work and I thought that we might want to do it in that order as it seems to be the trajectory in your soon to be released book hungry for happiness, stop emotional eating, and start loving yourself that that book is coming out at the end of September. So this is the this podcast is to dropping a couple of weeks. Before that. So I thought that we would talk about this. Is that okay with you haven't lately unless to excellent. Excellent. So let's begin with with hungry for happiness this the book I I read it It's it's part healing memoir. Can Apart guided introspection and meditations and and also this sort of. Part can a best friend encouragement like you're like this not really a coach like this like your your girlfriend come on. Let's do this. You know so. Can You? Can you tell us about your healing journey that we read about in the book? Absolutely I love how you explain it like that you know my my intention for Reading For writing that book was to write it to just my best friend you know that that felt sense of. I understand you I get it. I was there I know how terrible it can feel when you are in a battle with food in your body. So I'm grateful that the final product came out like that. So I grew up as a dancer and actress when I was quite young and dealt with all kinds of body image issues growing up. I can remember being very young in the bathtub just feeling. This. Felt Santa, feeling, discuss it in my body, which was a feeling that I felt often when I looked in the mirror at at young age and that then manifested into an eating disorder emotional eating restricting overeating all sorts of things when I was about eighteen. And I entered into this period of my life that I. Call My Diet Depression years where. I was on over fifty diets in less than four years and. Truly had no idea how to just eat like a normal person like that was a impossible task for me at that time, I can remember waking up some mornings thinking to myself like a hi, can I just can't wait to go to bed because the thoughts in my mind were so just honestly abusive and just my level of body image. The the severity in which I hated my body was just through the roof and so. I began trying to try to heal my my emotional eating through dieting. So I was going on all sorts of different diets, and of course, just making the making things worse. What we need to realize what I needed to realize that time is emotional eating and and disordered eating is all in inside job and the Maury trying to manipulate and control and mess with our food the worse it actually gets. and. So I can remember about ten years ago reading eat pray love and. It was a story where she went to Bali and she right? Elizabeth. Yeah and he liked poker with dicks. He she found this healer in Bali. That poker with East Dickson and Blah Blah Blah Blah long story short. So I'm like, all right that's what I'm going to do. So I bought a one way ticket to Bali I flew to Bali and I found this exact healer that she wrote about in her book I drove this I I got I got on a scooter scooter got on like a taxi scooter and drove to this man's home. And he barely spoke any English and he started poking me with his sticks and. He, then just has to be your brains broken. And I was like Oh God. Okay. What's going on here? And so he goes you think too much. You have too much thinking and I was like you're so right I really do. And so this was a point in my life where I I couldn't tell the story I had was I couldn't meditate. And I would say I would sit there and meditation and my brain would be going a million miles a minute. And thinking of all sorts of different things I would get up after twenty minutes and. Feel more stressed out than when I initially sat right because a lot of people's experience. And I know you're a pro meditators I, could've used you back in the day. So for me meditation was a challenge but everyone in their dog was telling me that meditation was going to be the path for me to heal my disordered eating will that mean such an interesting position because here's this thing that apparently has all these amazing benefits which it does and I know that now but I couldn't do it to save my

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Mars in Opposition

Astronomy Cast

05:56 min | Last month

Mars in Opposition

"Wadham to astronomy, cast our weekly facts based journey through the cosmos where we help you understand not only what we know. But how we know what we know I'm Fraser Cain publisher, of Universe today and with me as always Dr Pamela Gay a senior scientist for the Planetary Science Institute and the Director of Cosmic Quest Pamela. Welcome back from Summer Hiatus I missed you. Thank you. I've missed you too although I have to say it feels like we're like experiencing march. Two. Hundred instead of September at this point time has meaning it doesn't it really has no meaning. Yeah. Yeah. It's a it's a it's a snake in a circle eating its own tail. Made of everything nothing at the same time. I don't know whether I'm coming or going. The days just blur and yet time just takes forever. When do I get my vaccination? You are you are you on I was thinking about this really want to do what I want to go places and see people. That's what I do. To to have gone from having that amazing experience in January where we were together in Hawaii for the W. S meeting. And towards the end of that meeting, we were starting to talk about the news about this strange illness in China and remember the Thursday night on. Talking with a couple of my friends at the conference about. Just want to get home before the illness makes it to Hawaii. And I had no idea that. Nine mice be earlier. Still Yeah, no I guy I had my suspicions but. In. And now I you know we do feel like we're closing in now on the final stretch that more and more vaccines are coming into into the final stage of trials, and there's going to be some kind of roll out but I really hope that that herd immunity will start to get kicked in and we can start to see the end of this hopefully during this season. So we will we will and herd immunity from. Thanks. From getting sick. So we will. Exceed the end of it during the season and. Regular life will return. This season fourteen, our show is major and I feel that having a very cranky year is consistent with going through our teenage ness. Thank you bye-bye. Now this is. All right, every two years or so Mars lines up nicely with the earth it takes only two minutes to communicate with the Rovers. You could see the polar ice caps in a small telescope and it's the best time to send your spacecraft to the Red Planet and also I. Guess. It Mars opposition. Between Your horoscope your Mars horoscope is really good that other works. Maybe, that's Mars in retrograde. That none lucky time. They can happen at the same time whereas in retrograde and an opposition. Yeah. That's true. All right. So so so we're going to talk about how Mars and opposition is a really like the best time for Mars that's Mars really takes over the night sky and shows us what it's got but. Why is Marzano Position? So technically, it is that moment in time when you have the sun, the earth and Mars precisely lined up so that at midnight on earth. Mars is at its highest possible point in our terrestrial sky and if you were to look at it from space. Walk. Would they look from above you're looking down on the solar system and you're looking at? Earth Mars and the sun what would you see? Align they're just nicely in a line. And There's some years where because Mars orbit is a lot more elliptical than earth orbit that we are noticeably closer. There's some years that were noticeably farther apart of back in two thousand and three. There's a lot of Hoopla because we were than. We'd been in hundreds of years would be for another hundred some odd year. He was fifty thousand years was the closest yet had been. Two Thousand and three. And at these closest points, we are more than twenty million miles closer than we are during opposition when Mars is at its far points. So there is a substantial difference, but in the grand scheme of things. Mars is still smaller than allows to see it as a desk without. Really good binoculars or a telescope. So but just to give just to give people a sense of perspective, I mentioned this the beginning of the show it takes two light minutes to communicate with Mars just over two minutes right now we'll win Mars you not position until you can. You know you send your beep boop commands to your over and you're over goes beep boop and sends back it's commands and it's just like you're playing a video game with. Fairly reasonable times, but when Mars is. Old Dial up modem exactly. An Internet game what it gets worse right on average the a the time to transmit to Mars is about twelve and a half minutes and at the very worst when Mars is on the opposite side of the Sun It's twenty minutes. So if you want to send some piece of information to Mars, you've got to wait twenty minutes for the message to get there and then twenty minutes to come back. So. The distances are really significant.

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Why You Should Work in 90-Minute Spurts

Curiosity Daily

02:15 min | 8 months ago

Why You Should Work in 90-Minute Spurts

"What's more effective working nonstop for five hours or working in three ninety minute? Intervals spaced out with twenty minute breaks. It might seem like that first option is best if you're one of those workers who skips lunch and doesn't leave your desk until five but according to science you'll be better off taking those breaks. It all comes down to our treaty and rhythms like Circadian Rhythms all trading rhythms referred to a sort of body clock that cycles regularly throughout our lives but while Circadian Rhythms Keep Track of the twenty four hour day night cycle ole trading rhythms role in cycles that last between ninety and one hundred and twenty minutes during that time your brain wave frequencies rise and fall basically after. You spend a longtime concentrating on one task. Your brain needs a break so you get a natural law and concentration every hour and a half to two hours. Studies have found that all sorts of things are affected by these cycles like alertness and especially attention and nineteen ninety-three study by psychologist anders. Eriksson found that. The best violinists all practiced in three ninety minute chunks with breaks in between a nine thousand nine hundred five study found. The people generally maintain their sleep cycles after waking as periodic sleepiness cycles. That's why experts swear by a rest activity cycle that builds breaks into the workday. So now that you know. It's backed by science and actually the more effective choice. It's time to start taking those twenty minute. Breaks try setting a timer for ninety minutes and when the timer goes off you get up. Take a walk grab a snack or maybe even just rest your eyes for a bit. Your brain could use the break. I started doing this. Setting ninety. Minute timer is specially when I work from home because when I work from home. That's what I'm most notorious for rolling out of bed heading over to my desk sitting down at nine. Am and not getting up until like two in the afternoon. Yeah and for people who tend to do that. I think this is a much better fix than some of these other productivity hacks like the Pomodoro technique where you just work twenty five minute chunks. That seems too short for me. I get really immersed and suddenly the time's up and I'm out of it. Yeah a long story short. You need a break. How often you take. It is kind of up to you. But at least once every hour and a half. Or so yeah.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:56 min | 8 months ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Twenty minutes for more than a decade Denver has been on the public transit expansion spree that so far has added sixty six miles of new rail lines eighteen miles of new bus routes and forty three new stations but now the system is considering reversing course and cutting service because it can't find enough people to drive its buses and trains David Harrison reporter at the Wall Street journal says the city's transit system and others across the country are facing a severe labor shortage familiar to employers nationwide David what's happened here Denver that really kind of proactive about offering news and chanted options they've really been been on a on a building spree and what happened is you know you've got that combined with a really strong economy and a very low unemployment rate and they've really needs a had a really hard time recruiting operators for the trains and buses another kind of stuck with this position where we've got all this new offering all this new service but you don't have enough people to drive it that's incredible so the thinking is is generally speaking I can I can do better save Hey why is that a bus driver so people don't apply for those types of jobs well it happened a lot of times is people apply but yet you're going to need a commercial driver's license so people will play without a CDL company the transit agency will will train them and give them the CBO and then they'll just like come to a trucking company or somewhere else so they can make a lot more money so in Denver with the the issue is and has been a lot of attention and really other places you know to censor thing or the to struggle to get people in the door because you know a lot of you know we didn't we didn't have before okay let the lower and so there's a there's there's there's more jobs out there because it's hard for an agency to Amman to recruit and you know these are high job the menu when you start out you were you know early in the morning or late at night you work six days a week sometimes so it's not nobody about some of the recruiting efforts than to try to find some of these new bodies to fill positions they've been advertising seriously a minute I'll be the agency they really been been been been very intent on on putting add that to get folks and and then they've also been you know doing what you'd expect them to do that than raising wages a lot of agencies have after we did the last few years try to find ways to to reduce the workload to make it a little more family friendly to the extent possible it's not always easy to do I can then identically they've they've kind of we do see the color in nineteen from twenty one to now nineteen year old can go and and and you know having gotten buses so they do what they can but you know there's only so much you can do and I speak with David Harrison reporter at the Wall Street journal's pieces call public transit hits a speed bump not enough drivers are so when this happens so what do you got to drop routes I guess that's exactly exactly yeah so a lot of places well basically you know you have a route to to advertise on schedule at writers are expecting it to show up but if you don't have anybody to drive it you just don't don't run it so you can add and makes makes writers pretty upset because you know this is the real schedule images and the both of them show up with a kind of them show up that's great so you know they try to post on my website is silly and they can which fruits are gonna run which treats on but with Denver is done here is really kind of thing that a step ahead of that and they basically just you know to death cutting that's completely so you know some bus routes are just not going to weekends are not going to run at all I know the process of working through we know which groups and helpful about work out but if this does go through starting in may it'll basically just had cut back to service because they just can't get enough of this incredible so at the how of some of these writers adjusted I know you spoke with a couple of them who expressed their frustration yeah well I mean a lot of people are basically just adjusting their commute pattern you know taking different groups are giving a hell more time and you know it's possible that the two also describing people away from Capitol together we've seen you know we have seen over the last few years I will decline and in transit ridership and a lot of reasons for that but one reason could be that just under libel service because of the labor charge and I I I thought you said to the story there's been a decline in ridership it's almost like this could never ending cycle right that's the issue with a lot of hand they don't see it yet we have to figure out what I had to stop this this this sort of thing though what you have during the recession they cut a lot of service and of course he got there if you can lose writers during the recovery after the recession I could bring back service camper back services to.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on Short Story Long

"We're not really like mix, I guess depending perspective is like, you know, strict parents, I wanted to go into Stanford, whatever maybe. No, I generally, and I guess that's how I am too. I was like, well, not bad, but yeah, definitely be better. It was very very you know, always small celebrations to celebrate. But I was more focused on so trucks next occurs. Oh, yeah. That's what keeps pushing you. But like you're never happy. Dow, it's constantly China like balance that and untrained some parts of your brain. I know I don't know how you do that. Do you have like techniques? Dude. I mean we've been meditating or, you know, actually have been meditating for a long time, too. Big thing, you know, it was it was weird because I'll probably meant him for, like, maybe eight years or so on a I started, as like not really that. As as promoted or as known. So I felt doing like little weirdo shit. You know what I mean? He didn't. I didn't know anyone else out there doing it by new I needed to like we group on either really keep my head straight and experimented a little bit like that. And it's been you do every day every day in the morning. First thing in the morning about twenty minutes. Twenty minutes every, you know, I missed one hung over after Sunday night party on Monday morning difference. But if you miss one and use it kind of like missing a workout, like you just feel kind of shitty or no. You know that day my maybe feel a little bit. But I think it's more of a mistake like you miss a workout. You don't instantly feel like you know, but if you know build. Yeah, but when I was first starting, and as you you're on for three months, and then you take a month off, then you really start. I really wanted to notice, then that's crazy. I need to get into it. I, I believe in it so much. And I have read so much about it. I literally just have not. Worked at into my routine issue, such a habit thing that one is it's, it's hard. Yeah. Know that's a real too hard, habit versus like as a habit. Like you can do something that we can be good and get benefits, but that one the it feels a little bit more like eat no-doubt because good. Yeah. But I'm sure it's like, you know, seven times a week is more than seven times as good like terms, you know what I mean? Once a month. It's better than working out none, but, but still, yes, not quite going to get to you that level of fitness health that you, you really want to be. Yeah. No, you're right. I really got. I just literally last night. I put it in my calendar. I just put in my every week day at a time so that I'll just get an alert at least ten minutes so so getting into SEO was like. So it was like, cool, I I'm going to college. I'm going to college, but it wasn't there wasn't like a big celebration or anything. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Fair. And what did you go fucking pay for this now? This is good. But, you know. Tonight is student loans. I got okay scholarships but it's still real expensive. So, you know, by chance when my dad, you know, was a hustler we always had a job always working, you know, side-hustle always trying to do something else, and then in high school, he was able to have know, his biggest, you know, deal outside of his main job, and pretty much with that with magically, gifted cash, which was my college education, so not only do they get me to America. But they, you know, it's a very much viewed as they viewed as their responsibility to pay for whatever education I needed to get and they did their job to fucking awesome in. And so from there was, you know, my responsibility to take it from there. What grade people man. What did you major in, you know, as funny, I was I was actually going to be into entre poonam program with these guys actually going to do it and could have been a partner in five four. Could see, for the third partner, what ended up feels like that was in two thousand that, you know, the our senior year started in the year two thousand but that was when the dot com kind of internet boom was really going crazy. You're just seeing so many crazy stories so many.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on Triangulation

"The working memory 'cause they you have to pay attention to the environment to what the others are doing have to coordinate with your friends, you have to make up your strategy, and you tactics all that is consuming a lot of energy for the brain at. So the more the harder new keep this. It is to keep the twenty minutes as it's a good a good timing. Look at fed talks. Their mill twenty minutes. It's also because of that it's easier to focus on the topic for twenty minutes beyond that. It's it might be more difficult to stay concentrated unless you're super-motivated and your into a goal the flow. This is when you don't even realize that time is passing that you need to restaurant. Whoa. You're hungry because you really absorbed by your task, whether it is your you're creating something you are painting or you country numbers, or whatever it is that you do that you care about. And that requires some efforts, we are definitely in the flow of our conversation here, and I'm thoroughly enjoying it. But I yes. But I, but I do need to take a quick break. Taking your advice that breaks her good to thank our sponsor for this episode of triangulation, which is the interest shown, the interest is a podcast from Microsoft, and it is your biweekly conversation. An interview podcast about share point one drive and related. Technology within Microsoft, three sixty five you're gonna get the most out of share point unlearn, how it works for you. If you've listened to the interest on each episode covers important topics in information about Microsoft share point, including news and announcements a focused topic of the week, a guest perspective section where you hear from various experts users partners and customers a partner highlight where they'll feature a partner from the strong ecosystem frequently asked questions.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"With twenty minutes of nonstop news. Kent police shot and killed a hit and run suspect. Here's more from komo's lease stole. This all started with Auburn police who were responding to a hit and run at around midnight. They asked Ken for help because the driver took off Auburn police through a spike strip at the driver kept going ten police performed a pit maneuver basically pushing that car off the road. We're told as they approach the driver, the thirty eight year old fired a shot, a Kent officer returned fire striking him, he immediately tried to help that driver, Alex. But that driver died officer who fired is. Eight year veteran and is on paid leave which is standard in an investigation. Like this last night a man called nine one one to tell Seattle police he had killed his brother. This was shortly after six thirty in the Fremont neighborhood near north furnish forty first street and Fifth Avenue north nowhere to how the brother died. Police did take the color into custody later Edmonds police need some help tracking down the people responsible for last month's murder of a young man after a party at the Edmonds senior center. Komo's Carleen Johnson has twenty three year old. Alexander roads was shot. Several times says the party was ending early on the morning of December fifteenth in Edmonds police sergeant Josh McClure tells KOMO there were dozens of people there at least two people had guns that were fired off further getting little if any cooperation nobody is coming forward with any information. And because there were so many people there, and we know other people witnesses and know what happened. No, we're going to need that cooperation bring Mr. roads killer to Justice a few days later at a family vigil. Detectives were given a short piece of cell phone. Video from the shooting. Short clip doesn't.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"But that was also the last time all four members were on stage together when FREDDY got sick, obviously, he wasn't doing a whole lot of appearances obviously wasn't performing. But he did show up for the last time with the with the other three band members to accept that award. So. Yeah. Kind of sad sad. Well, let's talk about a Queen moment. That is not sad. Vary in fact, triumphant and that was their Live Aid. A lot of aunts have very memorable performances from live eight. It was a cool thing that happened you to they have a very memorable Live Aid performance in the lot of a lot of bands. The cars is a lot of cool concert footage from that. But it one of the highlights of it was Queen in full regalia kind of in their prime early eighties. Just Frick and crushing the whole thing. Going to great with the twenty minutes at twenty minutes at twenty minutes. If you can't do it in twenty minutes, you better go home kids because Queen can do it. So there you go. But also, I guess after that happened there sales like sword like their backtrack listings. Wake went crazy. After that. What do you have on their terms of do you have any information on that? As far as the sales are just it was. Well, no, not really I just kind of gave what I had about that. I mean, they opened with an rhapsody closed champions. Kind of one of their best performances ever. Yeah. Absolutely. I just wanted to see if I can quickly pull up the the set list. Of course. I just know what they open closed with though, they don't, you know, there's nothing there's nothing like just boom Queen you. You know, what's wrong with Google typed in queens. It's not that easy anymore. There's too much information on the internet. Now, you can't just you know, you have to weed through everything. Now, you have to actually read that raid who does that is you it? But that's just blows my mind twenty minutes at like, you're you're usually at concerts for what two hours for one person an hour. Well, like, forty five minutes and Vince Neil's case. But I think that that blows my mind, I would rather I would rather them. I'd rather band leave me wanting a little bit more than me going like I. Now, I get I'd rather have a kick ass twenty minutes in a boring two hours. Yeah. Of course, obviously. So let me take a look here. Real quick quick. Or what we got? He digs are costumes. Do you like a costume? I can't pronounce I want to put a lot into this. I did I I worked all day on this costume right here. So I believe that they're set was Bahamian rhapsody radio Gaga hammer to fall crazy. Little thing called love. We will rock you. We have the chance pretty solid set list. It's pretty solid twenty twenty one minutes. You know, another one bites the dust. While speaking of another one bites the dust that is on my list of one of their greatest moments. Leave it to Queen to do a disco song that just I mean, just crush rock radio. On rock radio with the discourse on. Yes. The Rolling Stones did emotional rescue miss you. But those compared to another one bites are kind of flaccid. I mean, another one bites thus is a really hard drive, and it's a very hard driving tune. It's a heavy tone. As what is that crazy thing? They do in the middle with all the weird sounds. I mean unbelievable. Well, I have something to say about that song. It's one of my favorites. However, do you remember the commercial for the sound system? I think I don't pronounce it. I wa w where? Bob in his head and everybody's driving by he's in the car driving. Every he's Bob and his head have a good time all these people driving by with a look of disgust. Then it pans out..

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on WLAC

"New from Fidelity Investments also how. Single people are treating online dating. Like fantasy football and the beer bottle crisis in Germany, that story in about twenty minutes The losing one family member is hard. Enough how does, anyone. Deal with multiple losses after a duck boat accident killed nine members of one family in Missouri others who. Have weathered, unimaginable grief are sharing their experiences here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka? Claire, Ansberry the Wall Street Journal is talk to, people who have weathered unimaginable grief and joins us now. Claire what, are, some, of the challenges, that these folks are facing well usually when. Something is so shocking like this it's it's not the trajectory that, we expect them life you know everybody experiences loss. And death but usually it's at. The end of life and when you have a. Tragedy or trauma or accident massive accident you're losing people at earlier times and unexpected times nobody expects. To lose their child I've read Somewhere that grief never ever goes away you just. Somehow learn, to live with it how did some of these folks learn to live with their grief. Well it and that's so true that it. Never goes away, and most of them say say that they just learn how to cope with it you know the world has never gonna be. The same so they just have to live. In it and you know some of them and it's it's trial and error saying where they learned you know. One woman said that you know she just wanted to. Be by yourself, and. She didn't want to burden anybody with you know her own pain but she realized that she really needed. To talk, to people and not shut out the people that she loved? And, that was one thing that was really important, to her you know other people said that they needed. To find, hope, and, something and some, sense of purpose they felt like their whole. Life had ended and you know some people can find new projects, or some sort of thing that honors the people. Who have died in sort of. Continued there Memory you know there's a lot of people find strength in some sort of spiritual journey where you know their. Life they're, seeking meaning in their, life and, they find it in their spiritual practices service people also find a lot of help, in serving, others but the, important thing too is that you know that's something that happens after time and you know everyone has said look. You know after something like this the grieving period you know. It's lifelong, but you you can't rush things and you really need to be patient with yourself and. People around you need to be patient as. Well because it, really really takes a long time so take care of yourself you know grief is such a physically and emotionally and mentally exhausting Thing and you really need to take care of yourself first. And go through degrees there's really no, avoiding it and just kind of incorporate the. Loss in your own life. Before you, can really sort of reach out we're speaking with Claire The Wall Street Journal Clara no for your story you? Talk. To some people who have undergone unimaginable grief in their personal lives you talked about. Those some of those people turning a something positive. Out of that by having a purpose. Can you give an example. Of how someone, specifically did that sure Madonna badger lost her three children and her, parents in a fire Christmas, morning fire, she herself escaped and she went into severe depression. She was, suicidal her her, whole, life she, said she just lost and you know she went through a. Lot of, counselors counseling and to. Trauma centers and she really, just like you know something was, wrong with her initially couldn't go on and finally a doctor said look you. Know the loss against the loss of a mother and a child I mean that's the strongest bond and when you lose it it's. Like severing a nerve And so she she said that you know that kind of. Gave her hope and she realized book I'm still the mother? Of. These children I'm still the daughter of my parents and I want to live my. Life honoring them she is a marketing executives and. Advertising executives so too she started a. She launched a campaign for. The industry to, not objectify women and in doing so she wanted to honor women, and girls and and protect, them and, that was something that she wanted to do for. Her daughters, and you know, just, to have, a project with purpose this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street. Journal columnist, Clare ends berry twenty. Minutes now in front of, the hour on this weekend.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"Head goes down because you know, you kind of know which instructors you want and like everyone's a little different. And like you see the guys, this guy, every single guy goes in his passing this guy, every single guy goes in his failing and you're like, God. So so I get Andy on my. I want to say you were my second, my second one, and he made some not that were really incredibly hard to get like super will pull compass as you go down and your your twenty twenties on your back, and you have mask on your mouth in mouthpiece in, and you have to crawl along the bottom of like nine foot pool. We need your mask on for about ten. So, yeah, yeah, ten seconds. And then instructors come down and do basically to surf hits and really what it is. Make sure that you can stay calm under pressure, right in a in a very stressful scenario and then they and then you have to go through per blackout. No, you know, no, you're not blacked out on the actual. There's portions of the so the week leading up to is called poo week and you do individual like the first thing you do is with the regular mask. Nobody messing with you. You take all your stuff off. You put it on. And then if you pass that you do blackout mask and then two people go down with only one set of gear and you gear exchange back and forth, then blocked out mask and all of the skills you learn along the way. Lead into terminate in pool com pool competency is what it is short for and you start with all your stuff on and then it's just, you know, it's just it's like it's my description of it might be different than Josh is. I, I didn't have to be. I was never an instructor for this course. So yeah, I'm sure he's probably perspective is a lot better in different than mine, but so for me, you're, you're calling the wrong, the bottom and then instructor comes down hits. You tie takes your mouthpiece out, your removes your air source, could even turn it off and then you have to go through a procedure over and over again and they'll keep coming down like mid mid procedure in hitting you over and over and for for about. I'm gonna get twenty minutes, twenty minutes. That's what I figured it was time about twenty minutes. You don't have to do twenty minutes. He just have you can. You can be done in fifteen if you want, but you have up to twenty minutes as instructor. Yeah. And so and then what they'll do finally is. So you'll have to like tracer air tubes, put your mouthpiece in trace your your chest straps and way straps, then like make sure your air sources on and. And, and then they'll come down and hit you get and you have to keep basically repeating it without like, you know, basically without much air, but sometimes they would hit you on a next hail. Right? And so then you have to like, you know, and then it'll title tie the two air, your mouthpiece in knots, and so you're trying to get these nouns out without air, you know, under the water and staying calm all in the process of it and hoping that you don't get hit again, you know, and, and so and would make these knots with his too. But I, I don't even think I was down there for that. That long. I just remember like he had this one not to where I couldn't get it out, but I could get a little bit of air if I like cranked my neck all the way to the left and like like, I don't even know like kinda push the peace into my mouth Jewish, my favorite, and it was everybody was awful. And I was like, I could get an air. Then he hit me again. And I was like, I just, I couldn't. It was bad. So there's procedures some, not. So you can take the tanks off your back other if you cannot establish a viable air source, you can take your tank off, but that not that he's talking about. I. Tied it the same way every time and you had have your head Jack or to the left, and you could fit your mouthpiece in it would allow you to inhale, but you couldn't..

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on Engaging Leader: Leadership communication principles to engage your team - hosted by Jesse Lahey, Aspendale Communications

"And trust from your team aren't you yeah i mean you're beautiful and you're you're real they you know you're trustworthy because you're you're not hiding something when someone says no i'm not angry and they're angry everybody knows everybody knows it i mean you you know those people right and those people are not trustworthy you never really know what to expect from them but if you can have someone say i am angry and i'm not gonna let it take over but i'm angry and let me explain why and let's try to resolve it well that's someone you could trust that someone you know is going to tell you the truth so you know you're trustworthiness comes from your truth telling and your ability to be real and vulnerable and strong at the same time people are worried about being vulnerable because they think it signals weakness but it's precisely the opposite to be vulnerable requires tremendous and reads as tremendous strength when you're vulnerable it means i am strong enough to be able to expose areas that are weaknesses without having a destroy me i don't need to show up as some perfect person for me to feel okay or for me to stand with confidence in front of you and advocates or something i don't i don't need that i'm i'm ok being imperfect and i don't lose myself as a result of that that's a really important powerful and strength communicating skill as opposed to trying to hide all of your vulnerabilities which literally reads as weakness initially it sounds like we're just being touchy feely but it's actually very practical and powerful so i'm thinking like just to demonstrate that if you think of that situation where you need to tell someone a hard truth in a way that they can hear it what kind of tips do you have to do that using emotional courage well the first thing i would do is say start with the punchline i can't tell you how many conversations i used to be in an certainly that i watch where someone is you know spend twenty minutes setting up a hard message and it's like it's painful for them it's painful for the person listening to the message they're sitting there saying am i getting promoted or fired it's really and and it's you know and the reason we do it is because we try to delay the cringe moment right we try to delay that moment when we're like i'm letting you go right and we're trying to delay it and so we're we're we're giving all this background and we're giving you know we're trying to smooth it out or we're trying to make it easier and that's always a mistake and and the what you do is you start with saying here's the thing this is this isn't working out and i'm letting you go and i want to to the extent that you want to know i want to explain why but you've you've you've gotten over the hard hump and everything else after that is a softer conversation as opposed to the tension of holding out on the main message and everybody's sitting there stressing out about when that main message comes so that's the first thing i would say the second thing i would say for a harder difficult conversation is to listen is to really empathize is to understand what's going on for the other person that if you've ever been in one of those conversations where the other person's repeating themselves over and over and over again and you're like throwing your hands up in the air and why why enough i what you're saying but here's the thing that the why do you think they're repeating themselves right i mean the repeating themselves because they don't believe you've heard them and as soon as they believe you've heard them they're gonna stop repeating themselves and when you say stop it already i got it but here's the thing you're.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Yeah i think the main reason people want acing especially the stores api is because some of the storage operation is super long for example onto attach a volume or detachable 'honey might take minutes on or like tens of tournaments i see i've seen cases where a detached take twenty minutes so since it's super long in operations long the natural on design crushing is whether this api should be a sink so that i have a callback in the meantime can start to process some operations but the of in a sink api is that it's it's significantly more complex than a synchronous api because dan you have to have some sort of ide foil operation in when you receive a callback you have to correlate that operations on cordite that response to previously penny operation so create a so much complexity into the seals coats and also i think the acs is cell the reason people want anything is because the thing that is solved the long running operation problem by the ac cornets operation but does it really doesn't because at the end of the day the seal has to timeout anyway because if the seal receive a response back after twenty minutes it has to has to time out just to be defensive what if the stores is completed down or under snow recovery there is no operator on coming to fix the problem so ceilings to defensive anyway cue to deal with those kinds of scenario so acing really doesn't help industry arial i think the key here is trying to make the call item potent with co can just safely retry with the same patient in expect the same result if they don't receive the response will retry again until the tunnel happens in the planning implementation can still be acing just the interface between steel in storage vendor has to be seen corners for the sake of simplicity plugging can choose their implementation it can be acing for sure in many people choose to be a sink fullon rainy operations that's totally fine let's give an example here i want to create a database on top of of volume.

twenty minutes
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Yeah i think the main reason people want acing especially the stores api is because some of the storage operation is super long for example onto attach a volume or detachable 'honey might take minutes on or like tens of tournaments i see i've seen cases where a detached take twenty minutes so since it's super long in operations long the natural on design crushing is whether this api should be a sink so that i have a callback in the meantime can start to process some operations but the of in a sink api is that it's it's significantly more complex than a synchronous api because dan you have to have some sort of ide foil operation in when you receive a callback you have to correlate that operations on cordite that response to previously penny operation so create a so much complexity into the seals coats and also i think the acs is cell the reason people want anything is because the thing that is solved the long running operation problem by the ac cornets operation but does it really doesn't because at the end of the day the seal has to timeout anyway because if the seal receive a response back after twenty minutes it has to has to time out just to be defensive what if the stores is completed down or under snow recovery there is no operator on coming to fix the problem so ceilings to defensive anyway cue to deal with those kinds of scenario so acing really doesn't help industry arial i think the key here is trying to make the call item potent with co can just safely retry with the same patient in expect the same result if they don't receive the response will retry again until the tunnel happens in the planning implementation can still be acing just the interface between steel in storage vendor has to be seen corners for the sake of simplicity plugging can choose their implementation it can be acing for sure in many people choose to be a sink fullon rainy operations that's totally fine let's give an example here i want to create a database on top of of volume.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on Channel 955

"Family members so i know but here's the thing you're you're the smartest guy here because there's somebody that's going to be on this thing for about twelve hours or twenty hours that's going to get knocked off of this thing they just wasted twelve to twenty hours doing this you laughed after twenty minutes and his his last words before putting his low my gosh we lost another another one who lost another clinton's last words were who can go all the way if i get on that mustang twenty right who is this lady right over here what's your name sheri sharing whatever what happens wrong position really my back yeah jerry did you have your numb tongue to like to hear your breath you were just standing there now not a brats hot from sweating against the car and says you also have bad mexican last night what happened now all right well hey here's the thing at least you weren't the first one off the car this guy was does that make you feel i feel great all right well listen both of you guys the constellation is you got a great mo does make out with the mustang t so forever i bet did anybody ask you how long view last on there you don't have to tell them the only lasted twenty minutes or so last twenty minutes it's okay.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Twenty minutes have they are pro football talk live a story that emerged on friday after round one of the draft concluded rounds two through seven still to come espn reported that jason witten was planning to retire from the cowboys and become an analyst on espn's monday night football which prompted a flurry of follow ups including essentially the cowboys saying well that's news to us and the cowboys and tried to downplay their obvious need for a tight end the eagles leapfrogging the cowboys in round two four tight end up thinking that the cowboys would take tight end if they had the ability to do so and we still don't know what jason witten is going to do the cowboys say there's no time line there was another report over the weekend there's another offer in tv the jason witten is considering he still may play this isn't nearly the done deal that it was presented as when it was reported by espn on friday and i can't help but wonder i don't want to go too far inside baseball here chris i can't help but wonder whether or not espn may be pushed this thing a little bit harder than maybe they should have because they desperately need somebody say yes i'll take your job and be your analyst on monday night football because the clock is ticking so i think that that may have had something to do with it in that potentially if i'm wit and i'm thinking man i'm not ready to announce what i'm what i'm going to do here and you're you're kind of force in my hand i wouldn't be all that thrilled with espn at this point if i was wit.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

10:09 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Twenty minutes in what you couldn't plenty alone with the boston cream like the red light came on crispy creams you waited the whole for a nickel like me gaff bank pitches in bang full the bank big basis the big girl every creases hose me love then a stretch mark pre eight man grinds bigger the fed freezing refunded twenty dollars worth backseat steamy coal in the window rocking back and forth fuck what you got four bank full let's go be bye anthony novels just two when did i say this kim kevin swayne this live on well experts spayed may got better and it's this just on the little case hugh running now that you cuba action i am team thank you i want to the section no a pair of dangerous keep back in the style i was only parties.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Right right you know and that's great and there's a lot of desperation and funny shit that comes out of these entanglements where you know you're relational stakes are your entire life because you have no material wants yeah you know but like his last few movies i really hated the hotel one did you yeah i thought it was just a dull house yeah you just made a dull house it's a very pretty dollhouse right i like your doll house west it's very pretty yeah don't make me spend an hour and a half looking at your fucking dollars yeah at twenty minutes love dogs was twenty minutes it would have been hurt the perfect film yeah perfect perfect twenty minute sitcoms all right let's get into your myth what is a myth was something people believe to be true that you know to be false okay my myth is that when you put your money in the bank it just kinda like sits in a vault a scrooge mcduck it doesn't i've liked to tell you that your world is a lie yeah there's no hell now there's sort of hell and it's called wells fargo hells fargo basically a lot of people that are listening know this but it's something that a lot of people don't really think about what happens to the running do they put it in the bank but what happens is it all is used to fund the worst parts of our society and i think we on like a conscious or subconscious level understand that banks fund really bad shit and wall street banks are bad.

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"twenty minutes" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"To speak and then i came in and i did this experiment with and had those significant results for the sake of this film this was the only experiment that we dead but because we had such a strong correlation exactly at the time um of this in vocation uh these scientists dr glenn ryan he was also blown away was like wow and what happens is uh i don't know if you you know but in the scientific experiments you would uh do twenty minutes on twenty minutes off twenty minutes on twenty minutes meaning the eu correlate when you are invoking this energy on what happens and then when you're not to what happens over and over and over and over and over and then you see if there is a uh a real correlation or not so that's how we did it um and we did find this strong correlation and that's why i was very exciting so foot this film we only did it this way but because the results were so significant we decided to to um to design a whole set of experiments building on this one so for example next time i'm going to do the same thing but then we're gonna ask you to do the exact same thing do we get the exact same result if we do that can we ask a third person in the fourth person to do it exactly in the same way if we do get the same result this means the this particular frequency that kept popping up is equivalent to this uh to this entity if if that makes sense and if it's not you you know what i mean then this gives a different result so so in this first film i think we it's a huge first step to show that there is a correlation and now moving forward we're going to continue to build on this on on this experiment and taking a look at the science of of this when you start to look at these principles he noticed that there is a measurable change and you present this how is the science community responding to this kind of activity yeah i we've actually kind of nervous about i do know how that was gonna go uh come across but um i was actually pleasantly surprised there is quite a few scientists who were obviously open to these this sort.

dr glenn ryan twenty minutes
"twenty minutes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To speak and then i came in and i did this experiment with an had those significant results for the sake of this film this was the only experiment that we dead but because we had such a strong correlation exactly at the time um of this in vocation uh the scientists dr glenn ryan he was also blown away was like wow and what happens is uh i don't know if you you know but in a scientific experiment you would uh do twenty minutes on twenty minutes off twenty minutes on twenty minutes meaning the eu correlate when you are invoking this energy on what happens and then when you're not what happens over and over and over and over and over and then you see if there is a uh a real correlation or not so that's how we did it um and we did find this strong correlation and that's why i was very exciting so foot this film we only did that this way but because the results were so significant we decided to to um to design a whole set of experiments building on this one so for example next time i'm gonna do the same thing but then we're gonna ask you to do the exact same thing do we get the exact same result if we do that could we ask a third person in the fourth person to do it exactly in the same way if we do to get the same result this means the this particular frequency that kept popping up is equivalent to this uh to this entity it's not make sense and if it's not you know what i mean then this gives us different result so so in this first film i think we you it's a huge first step to show that there is a correlation and.

dr glenn ryan twenty minutes
"twenty minutes" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"twenty minutes" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"This film this was the only experiment that we dead but because we had such a strong correlation exactly at the time um of this in vocation uh these scientists dr glenn ryan he was also blown away you like wow and what happens is uh i don't know if you you know but in a scientific experiments you would uh do twenty minutes on twenty minutes off twenty minutes on twenty minutes meaning the eu correlate when you are invoking this energy on what happened and then when you're not what happens over and over and over and over and over and then you see if there is a uh a real correlation or not so that's how we did it um and we did find this strong correlation and that's why i was very exciting to foot this film we only did it this way but because the results were so significant we decided to to um to design a whole set of ext terrance building on this one so for example next time i'm going to do the same thing but then we're gonna ask you to do the exact same thing do we get the exact same result if we do that can we ask a third person in the fourth person to do it exactly in the same way if we do get the same result this means that this particular frequency that kept popping up is equivalent to this uh to this entities if that makes sense and if it's not you you know what i mean then this gives us different result so so in this first film i think we it's a huge first step to show that there is a correlation and now moving forward we're going to continue to build on.

dr glenn ryan twenty minutes