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Hopkins converts 2nd chance, Washington beats Giants 30-29
"Dustin Hopkins kicked a forty three yard field goal as time ran out to give the Washington football team a thirty to twenty nine win over the giants the game winner came after Hopkins missed a forty eight yarder but the giants were called for an offside penalty giving him another chance Hopkins kicked five in the game his counterpart Graham gonna also had five the last one but the giants in the lead with two minutes to play but Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke led the team on a fifty yard drive to set up the game winner we knew that which anyway to get a field goal and we practice situation what practice so that the guys are ready and for to come to fruition for us to accomplish that goal in a game it's was huge Heinecke threw for three hundred thirty six yards and two touchdowns Greg heist Landover Maryland
Tom Brady Leads Game-Winning Drive in Thrilling Opening Night Victory Over Cowboys
"What a classic we had last night. In case you're just joining us. Pick it up with a food. Quarter highlights of a thrilling opener between tom. Brady's buccaneers and dak prescott cowboys crunched on two minutes left for back down by two prescott. Cd land big play. Thirty one yards at huge cowboys in business. A minute half left greg's airline had already missed two field goals and an extra point but under the watchful eye of jerry jones. This forty eight yard is up and clutch and good in dallas up twenty nine twenty eight but they left too much time on the clock for the go. Look at the expression on. The face of tom brady. Who knew what it was gonna do. Brady grant gronk catch touchdown catches on the night and this twenty our game to put them in business and then the big play just moments later to chris. This is the one we discussed off the top of the show. If you're just joining us not one. Member of our crew here has an issue with that. Not being cold offensive pass interference. You take another look. Is there left arm extension. Yes there is call could have gone either way. It doesn't draw the flag and so tampa sets up this wyan suck up a thirty six yard game. Winning field goal and tampa takes it. Thirty one twenty nine made an absolute classic that prescott threw for four hundred three yards and three touchdowns. Tom brady threw for three hundred. Seventy nine yards and four
Afghanistan: 20 Years of Mindless Mission Creep
"September. The eleventh was planned out of afghanistan. Three thousand people murdered in the space of one hundred and two minutes in a country. That was truly perfect to establish it. Training base is to house a mastermind. A of muslim fundamentalists never functioned as a nation on even during the monarchy that ruled it for a few years in the one thousand nine hundred seventy s no the nation whose genetic warrior bloodymindedness soul alexander the great defeated so the british empire at its height defeated so the soviet union which dis- deployed helicopter gunships against civilians. Landmines disguised as plastic toys to main but the children of that benighted nation. None of them could defeat the afghan tribes and our elite after deploying the best of the best special operators special forces. Cia pamela trees in october the month after september the eleventh in an amazing mission the quintessence of irregular warfare unconventional warfare. With just three hundred guys literally on donkeyback with laptops and laser-guided munitions leveraging twenty-one thousand indigenous anti-taliban northern alliance took down a tyler ban. This tried the out kind training camps and forced been laden to run and hide in likewise fundamentalist pakistan that amazing mission october. What happened twenty years of mindless mission creep. Twenty years of cretans. Who'd been to harvard and yellow convincing us and themselves because they believe as well that we're going to create democracy in south asia. The girls will go to school. Music will be legal again. And they'll be hospitals across ghanistan and civil society and gender studies. At the university. In kabul cretans imbeciles all of them
Tom Aspinall ‘Not in a Rush’ to Face Top UFC Heavyweight Contenders
"Let us head to tom. Aspen all this as as legit of a heavyweight prospect as we have seen in quite some time in the ufc's young skilled he's talented. He's smart between the ears and he just he gets it aka. He's a no rush to get to where he expects to go. He stops sergei spivak in just over two minutes. He made it look easy. Where does he go from. Another impressive win. He said just give him. He said he said he's number thirteen. The rankings. I believe he's number thirteen. And the ma fighting global rankings. Well mentally so. I agree Bump them up. Whoever's ahead of them. So i have i think a customer and blah blah in front of them i think skies a couple of spots higher so i'm skipping over blog away and go into pretty simple for me another fight. I think aspen all at this point would be like probably at least minus two fifty favorite that maybe not too much higher because suck is good stuff But yeah asmara has the right idea. Give me tough opponents. But guys like a definitely finish if i'm on my game. I think that's psychiatrist. Do not even if you want a decision it's a kyw again. Very very component. I still think it'd be impressive. And after that then then we're talking top
Iron Maiden Find Eastern Muse
"This is iron maiden the new album is called. Sent jitsu this is the song days of future past and here to talk about what is An absolutely epic album from iron maiden his npr music. Lar- scotch which. I have two full disclosure. I was listening to iron maiden maybe forty years ago and they've been together longer than that you know and if you told me we'd still be talking about new music from them this far along. I probably wouldn't have believed that like you said. Listen to that rift guitars on this. The songs their vision. Everything i think our i. It's just all fully intact seventeenth album in forty six years from one of the greatest heavy metal bands full time. That's not hyperbole. it's a fact. Album is ten tracks over eighty two minutes so it is long and at times help lead but this has been iron maidens mode lately these grand sweeping epochs that tell these larger than life stories are made may arenas but their music lightly has been more tailored to concert halls. Most of these songs are like eight ten minutes long. Each vase sprawl had many movements. I can. I can imagine like quite a stage. Production for whenever iron maiden contura gone. They do use a lotta runway to get these songs going but but it works. So i think it's still pulls you along. I never found myself feeling tired or like the sound was getting tired. And there's also an assist something has been doing a little bit more lately but there's also a little bit nostalgia. My favorite song written here by the basis. Steve harris is called the parchment. But it's a song that gnaws to the egyptian themes of iron mates nineteen eighty four album power slave. So that's like a nice. It's a nice little easter egg for iron maiden fans and also kind of ties into kind of like a broader idea about iron maiden that history mythology and religion have always played the matic roles in their
For Someone Who Checks His Watch Constantly, Why Can't Biden Address the Nation in a Timely Manner?
"Yesterday was the day that president biden bellied up to the microphone eventually to give his address to the nation on afghanistan. Now that we were finally out after twenty years as he put it are forever war that he wouldn't end to my question always with biden before we get into his actual speeches is. They're not somebody in the white house. Mrs biden or i guess major. The dog has been booted out is back in delaware. But couldn't somebody get this guy in front of a microphone on time. And i'm sitting here in the studio this morning and Doc morgan is going mike gallagher. Show down the line. You don't hear this but affiliated stations. Here the mike gallagher show begins in three minutes and twelve seconds. The mike gallagher show begins in two minutes and twenty seconds. Things that start on time have to start on time. Except in the biden administration and i found one of these at one of the network. Tv operations but they use it a lot. It's he's late again. That's why we never carry biden anchored coverage on our radio network. The salem radio network we feed anything that he's saying. It's important to hear the president of the united states. But we're not going to put an anchor in front of a microphone at two o'clock eastern time. Which was when the speech was supposed to be yesterday and then have them tap dance at dance. Tap dance tap dance than the white house goes. Oops wait a minute. He's now going to make it to forty five. Eventually he showed up. I think about three ten. The guy literally can't get anywhere time for a guy who likes to check his watch as much as he does think he could get somewhere on time. But that's a whole nother topic. We could get into but it's weird that he can never get anywhere on time. I i never understand
13 US Service Members Killed, 18 Wounded in Attack Near Kabul Airport
"And we start with Afghanistan a day after Twin suicide bomb attack killed at least 60 people. Kabul is waking up to another day of uncertainty. Huge clouds have gathered at Kabul's airport on Thursday, hoping to be allowed onto an evacuation flight. Despite warnings by the US and UK officials of a significant risk of suicide attacks by Isis K. The regional branch of Islamic state, hello to the injured, some of them small Children, their destination instead. Was a local hospital. SK, who have claimed responsibility for the attacks have a track record in Afghanistan. A sparing No. One, However innocent while speaking to news day this man who worked with US forces and was trying to get processed in order to leave Afghanistan with his family was at the scene close to the explosion in what he called East Gate. Today went to the airport of Kabul because I had my documents. I had my passport I had my Afghani identical, adds. I had multiple communications and email with the U. S embassy, And when they send me the map of the airport, the email that he became disclose you have to go to the escaped. I I was near to the get the U. S troops was very close to as like, five minutes away. I talked to them just that they have came here. I have my documents, but they were still injustice. Stay away. Stay away. Get through my other side. I just wanted to talk to and soldier. I was talking to him. It'll just stay away when I was getting stay away. I just saw there was like 45 minutes. They had black players and they had turban. There was looking like dash because we people with no deduction. Taliban the difference of them the type of clothes they're wearing. These guys were looking suspicious. They didn't have guns. What? They was looking to the airport. They was looking to the U. S troops There was. I would like 100 M. When I get back to the line, I was with the people like after 12 or two minutes. An explosion happened on the camp. It was near. It was near today. Still like 5 to 10 minutes away, and experience happened there. Then a gun first started the gun protect the 78 minutes.
Calm and Brave in the Face of Death - The Heroes of Flight 93
"When the plane finally does take off four minutes later another plane flight eleven crashes into the world trade center on that plane flight attendant named amy sweeney with speaking with american airlines and she reported the following or flying low for flying very very low or flying way. Too low oh my gosh. We're way too low and this was only a moment before the plane crashed into floors. Ninety three to ninety nine of the world trade center's north tower everyone on board and an unknown number of people in the building are killed immediately on impact four minutes after flight eleven crashes into the world trade center. president. Bush learns of the disaster. He finds out while he's in a florida children's classrooms speaking to children about education and reading at nine. Oh three a second plane. Crashes into the south tower of the world trade center as these attacks are unfolding air. Traffic controllers began issuing warnings to pilots of all planes. That were up in the air. They're warning flight staff not to let anyone breach the cockpit or control center of the airplanes at nine twenty two. After learning of the events in the world trade center on television leroy homers wife. Remember he was the first assistant to the pilot on flight. Ninety three was sent a message from his wife asking if he was all right. This message reached the cockpit at nine. Twenty four am two minutes later. The pilot jason dahl was puzzled by an incoming message. The message was from flight. Control warning the staff about not allowing the control areas to be breached. He responded to the flight controllers asking for confirmation of the latest message. It seemed unbelievable. Only two minutes later at nine. Twenty eight a mayday call was made by leroy homer. A second mayday call was heard thirty seconds later. The hijacking flight ninety three had reached the cockpit. The third hijacked plane was only nine minutes away from striking the pentagon while leroy homer was shouting. Mayday mayday there. Were additional sounds heard by the air traffic controllers. They heard get out of here out of here out of here. Get outta here. The plane was seen to quickly drop seven hundred feet and thirty seconds before the hijackers were able to take full control of the aircraft. The hijackers quickly moved the passengers to the back of the plane to minimize any chance that the crew or passengers would interfere with the
AFC South Football Preview: Best Bets, Picks and Predictions
"Kick things off and this may be more two minute drill as we go through the division in alphabetical order. Starting with the houston texans who find themselves listed at a robust twenty three to one to win the division their win total at fan duel. Sportsbook sits at four dollar twenty. Should you want to go under. It's amazing when you look at the houston texans overall profile just a year and a half ago. This very franchise headache. Twenty four seven lead over the kansas city chiefs in the playoffs. We were all talking about them. Maybe getting to the afc championship as cinderella. And here we are a franchise completely in shambles most likely without a franchise quarterback and really lacking direction When you look at the houston texans worse record against playoff teams last year owen. Ten and this is despite to shawn watson putting gaudy numbers but pain rather than breakdown. What the texans don't have on either the offense or defensive side of the ball. should we attacked a coaching. Hire david kelly takes over as the oldest first time head after twenty seven years of serving as an nfl assistant. I'm not really sure what's going on with the organization and we're seeing the market react in a strong manner. I mean this total has been blitzed from under five in this morning. You look some places. And it's four under minus twenty five so like three point eight five the win total here. So there isn't a lot of confidence in the texans. And you start to look at what this roster is and it's tough to find wins on the schedule with who they're going to be trotting out there. I mean we talked about to shawn watson. And how fantastic. He was over. The last five decades seven quarterbacks have had as good of a season as to sean had last year and they finished with a losing record. Only seven quarterbacks. In the history of this league have played as well as the shawn watson team finished with a losing record so an shawn watson texans last year. That was the worst record of any of those quarterbacks so it really just shows how talent void this roster is and somehow you mentioned the new regime bringing in an old coach in cali but the organization really doubled down on that approach and they've managed the impossible really of having the oldest roster in the nfl with below average cap space. It's not a good combination. And so you know you start to look at the four wins last year and how they achieved it and it was still an offense that was above average inefficiency thirteenth. And now you have this. Massive downgraded quarterback and i mean tyrod taylor is what he has. He's thirty two and the best attributes about him are his athleticism his quickness. How fast he is but at thirty two those of all those things and so this is just a monster downgrade. You do look at the schedule of defenses. That the texans will play its. It's bottom six overall and against the oh. There is some hope there. I guess defensively that is going to still be a problem. You're looking at a unit that finished thirtieth inefficiency. The schedule of offense is this year are going to be really good. Can be hovering around the top. Five rate in basically overall efficiency passing offense all of those key areas I i don't really know how this team's going to get to their win. Total and i think that's probably the interesting part about
Cam Newton vs. Mac Jones: Where Patriots QB Competition Stands
"The other side. I it's a more interesting. Quarterback is a quarterback competition in new england. What is the sense. You get the dynamic between cam. Newton and mack jones. Yes quarterback competition. We can call it that cam. Newton is the starter plated limited amount of time against the washington football team. And then as you mentioned mack jones and it's very important not only to listen to what bill bella checks says but what he does and what he did was put back jones out there with the first team offensive line for a couple of plays at the end of his at the first half against the washington football team and then he had max jones run the two minute drill the no huddle offense and that he did with command and obviously precision and they were very impressed with that but right now what he wants to see what bill belichick wants to see and he said this the other day he to see the whole team but particularly the quarterback play faster react faster execute faster and what better way to do that than enjoying practices with the philadelphia eagles and then a preseason game on thursday night but yes there is a competition and we'll have to see how this goes in the next couple of weeks but my money is on cam. Newton starting the season and mack jones quickly getting up to speed and pushing cam newton for the starting job.
'Free Guy' Gives Box Office a Lift, Opening With $28.4M
"Ryan Reynolds action comedy free guy was the top draw at the box office over the weekend I marquees are loaded with the latest my name is Scott and I live in a free society free guy brought in an estimated twenty eight point four million dollars in ticket sales in its debut weekend which is pretty good in the covert nineteen era what made it significant is that unlike a lot of movies lately it was only released to theaters no streaming Reynolds has already said Disney wants a freak a sequel don't brief two minutes debut this weekend in second with ten point six million dollars in sales jungle cruise was third in the Aretha Franklin film respect was in fourth
As 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Nears, Joe Biden Faces Political Crisis Over Afghanistan Falling to the Taliban
"This will see the twentieth anniversary. September the eleventh. Just around the corner totta believe. i know. i'm sure every single one of you're listening can remember with clarity way. You were on that sunny crystal blue tuesday morning when three thousand americans were killed in the space of one hundred in two minutes that attack on us soil the greatest terrorist attack in modern history. Something which the soviet union never never achieved in four decades of the cold war was masterminded may osama bin laden and his organization al qaeda which means the base. What's the full name of the organization which the mainstream media never ever mentioned the base for the holy war against the crusaders. Yes that is the full name that income himself the base. It's a holy war against us against the western civilization against jews against christians and against muslims who they deem not to be muslim enough a generation later this administration the one that is allegedly run by a man called joe biden. Who can't even speak properly. Who doesn't know the entrance to the white house. Who tells you he was a truck driver. And how harry. His legs were when he was alive. God is affected a precipitous withdrawal from afghanistan that now they're having to counter with the redeployment of three thousand of military military who have been disgraced by this administration by the current secretary of defense. Who made it his mission to hunt down quote unquote the enemies inside
American Gold Bonanza as Tokyo Olympics Near End
"Felix Contreras Levinson final battle for Olympic career a gold as the American women went to the top of the podium in the four by four hundred meter relay in a time of three minutes sixteen point eight five seconds I know those people in my life who came before me and how they inspired me and I'm also thinking about that the young girls and boys who are inspired by these women by their dominant performances after a disappointing games on the track the men's four by four hundred meter team finally struck gold the cruise down the home stretch crossing the finish line in two minutes fifty five point seven zero seconds the US women's water polo team capturing its third straight gold medal they defeated spayed by a final of fourteen five team USA couldn't get the timely hits and run production but the Japanese could as the host country won gold for the first time in baseball shutting up the U. S. to nothing I'm John whether it
Venture Capitalist Keith Rabois Describes His Typical Cardio Workout Routine
"What would typical work look like for you like if you were going to do specifically a cardio workout designed to enhance two-minute recovery or or some flavor of interval training whether whether you want to describe what you're doing a barry's bootcamp or what you might be doing on your own. What loaded typical workout. Actually be for you. Sure capable workouts not fifty minutes. And it's probably subdivided roughly half into cardio in roughly half into resistance training with weights. And the i'd swap back and forth every called every six to ten minutes between the two so imagine two or three sets of each the cardio component would typically be a mix of jog runs. Sprint job runs french jog run sprint. So during the heart rate up. Max bring it back down not all the way but to you know so where you can breathe normal rows of normally and then spring back up and then bury the incline. Sue tried to the same fight on a plot ground surface and you guys sprint faster. Typically but then increased incline and try to maintain as much of the speed. And then there's different cycle is sector qatar's up and down. You can bury adler thirty seconds. Thirty seconds at the highest intensity or sixty six high-intensity mean or if i i kinda rotated that around somewhat for mental variety unless you're how much physical training really requires us but Up in synchronized to music. So i think music is gonna be darius active from premium performance. It also is very effective for improving Emotional tolerance of intensity training which is related on a lot of good studies. Deflecting in a nice book written by Professor mcdougall at stanford called the joy of movements out of the research on the fact of music on a particular kinds of music athletic performance. So i this is. My workouts are synchronized with like. Eds style music.
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"two minute" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"two minute" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Off my game show? Once you get in America and welcome once again to the award-winning worldwide podcast called planet song, There's a straight practical. It's making my glorious return to the boots. We've assembled a crack staff, will crack the whip weekly, a Cracker Jack team of crackers off, jack up, the crackling commentary by wisecracking, by cracky. That's a new record right there for the use of the word, Crack by people other than actual crack head. But just to be sure let's ask our panel of crackers to swear to God that they have never used crack. First Bill Smith I have never used crack. I sweated. Producer. Have you serious? You never tried crack. I've never used crack. Have you ever seen cracked? Well yes. Have you ever had your craft professionally cleaned? I'm having it cleaned right now. Now been kitchen known in Sweden has been cock then claims to be the owner of this podcast. But in reality, he doesn't even own his own. Ford Explorer yet. Then have you ever smoked cracked? No sir. I have not. Have you ever sold crack? No sir. I have not. Have you ever hidden anything change your crack? Yes sir. I have. Do you crack up when you see carrot-top on T? No, sir. I do not. Do you ever shove Carrot Tops in your crack? Yes, sir. Perfect. Now, he's president and CEO of the planet money podcast. Mikey Adams former multiple Emmy award-winning. Father of her children, most of whom still like him. He's been through two weddings, one divorce, one intervention 7, broken noses and twenty one job changes. Come on, man. He wants to test 15,000 practice but I mean he broke up with it. I was Rachel Ray you were talking about there by the way. Yes she did break up with me. I ate a whole bag of her delicious dog food. Why she wasn't looking only that's her midnight snack. You know, Rachel Ray, have you seen her lately by the way? Oh yeah. Yeah. It's gotten bad about 220. She's enjoying her food. She's five four, right? Yeah. She's about 220. 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And tell Rick Ross, Mikey said, shh, man, we're going to play that two-minute drill thing. We did a few weeks ago, you guys like that tension. I did. You did you enjoyed it? I could tell when you when you left here after we did the two of the two-minute drill episode of this podcast, you guys were all smiling and Bill was tickled pink. I was I'm still pink. Ya Brown inside himself all the time. You know, when you know you're going to turn pink and everyone's going to like it, you tickle your. So now what kind of a quiz is what are we talking about some quiz? I think, I think it's get our opinions rapid-fire. Like a lightning Ranch. We touch on all these very topical topics. Such studies with pylon, you get two minutes. When the bill goes off like this, that means the two minutes that we have to change topics, and everybody has to shut the hell up. Just like that on the last topic and go to the next one. Ready? Ready song. Cuz I asked you that you did. Have you ever had your cracked professionally cleaned? There you go. But you missed your opportunity. Yes, sir. Okay, already started Cuomo. Well I think somebody decided that it's time for him to go. Somebody above him, maybe he's become a problem for the Democrats. So the original didn't have to go Andrew Cuomo but then you take his brother with him. Yeah they're not going to get them on the on the nursing home debts. They're going to get him on the sexual humor. Go back to have a civil litigation against them for the nursing home deaths in the down the road, all those people died that that should be the first thing people could have that guy man. He's like a sociopath he doesn't care about hurting people. The tools amazing. He's and I think he's gropey grabby greedy, grumpy, Grouse, who's all of them. He's all then and he looks freaky, looks creepy to me. I mean, plus you ever see his thumbs when he holds his hands? His thumbs are reluctant like the letter L. I've never seen yet. Even watch for him. Next time you see his thumbs, it'll probably be him trying to open up your girlfriend's shirt. You know, his promises just like, he's just, he's a, he's what we call in the business, a groper. Okay then yeah and I how do I know? Cuz I could have been that. I could have been that they're closed. Dangerously, close. Yes, you always kept your palm open, that's the key. That's exactly right choice that you called its way you don't get called for a foul in the NBA to True. Keep your palms open. All right, even on Palm Sunday, but this guy has got to be, he's got to be gone in my boss and he's got to go and they've already called for him to be impeached. I think even Schumer says, it's just today this all happen, New.
The Power of Attention
"The daily sales tips. Podcast and i'm your host scott ingram. It's saturday so here's jeff pejic with today's tip now if you're listening to this you're a top performer. Or you wanna be a top performer. So you're not the kind of person who's going to show up and throw up all over your prospects right. That's not how it works. You know better well. There are a lot of people out there who don't know how it works and don't realize that they could be better. So what i wanna do is just breakdown. Why that show up and throw up. Approach is just no good. And i think that it's missing two vital components and after i go through those vital components. I want to challenge you to do something at the end. That may put you a little bit off. Balance may make you a little bit uneasy. But i think that's exactly how you know that you're going to be challenged in the right way so the first thing that your show up and throw up pitch first mentality is missing is attention and look. I did this earlier in my career. I'd have prospects as i sold from office to office in orthopedics. They would come right to the front desk. They'd see me they'd be willing to talk to me. And i thought that was golden. And i thought it was just a perfect opportunity. Promise my prospect was never giving me their actual attention rose in the middle of something else and that lack of full attention really prevented me from delivering the message that i needed to deliver. It also forced me to rush a little bit in when i started consciously making the decision to not meet with anybody on an impromptu basis but instead work on scheduling time for a later day. Yeah i'll trade you two minutes right. Now keep your two minutes. I just want ten next week at my results went through the roof and not only that i have the right attention from them so they could actually hear and interpret what i was talking about. I knew that you know we could have a clearer conversation. We had better mutual action plans. We understood what next steps were in. The sales process came much more easily. It flowed much better. So if you're not already doing this. And hey i'm not talking to you i'm talking to someone you might know. Think about what. The power of attention is and think about how much
Belarus Runner Alleges Olympic Team Tried to Send Her Home
"A better race tracks princess has her Olympic team tried to remove her from Japan in the dispute that led to a standoff at take his main apple's C. not two minutes ago I assets in a video message posted on social media that she was pressured by batteries team officials were trying to send her back to better results without her consent and activist groups supporting the athletes says she believed her life was in danger of batteries and would seek asylum with the Austrian embassy in Tokyo Tiemann of scion who is due to run in the Olympic two hundred metre heats had previously criticised batteries team officials on her Instagram accounts she said she'd been put in the four by four hundred relay despite never racing the events I'm Karen Thomas
Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks 200m Breaststroke World Record
"Despite a strong U. S. challenge type job short marker could not be best of the women's two hundred meter breaststroke final that was really just such a tough race then we will racing to do well and you know but it does still doesn't think and maybe one day the twenty four year old south African competing in her first Olympics reach the wall of Americans Lilly king at any Luxor in a world record time of two minutes eighteen point nine five seconds
South Africa's Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks World Swimming Record, US Wins Three More Medals
"It was a quiet morning in the pool by team USA standards the Americans made the podium at just two of the four metal heats and failed attack on a cold the women's two hundred meter breaststroke turned out to be the highlight south Africans are gonna screw marker set a world record posting a swim of just under two minutes and nineteen seconds it doesn't feel real to actually break up to nineteen nineteen has been in the record books will so long no one is really a broken at American Lilly king finished less than a second behind earning the silver and one of the best ones of her life and her teammate any laser surprised the field by snagging the bronze Ryan Murphy earned team USA's only other medal a silver in the men's two hundred meter backstroke I'm Danny cap
"two minute" Discussed on Vote-Voiced Podcast
"More common than you think you're not alone in worrying about speaking in public, many, many people experience stage fright. When they had to give a speech, many of us take the fear of public speaking, as being a weakness, and we go to extraordinary lengths to avoid it. Many people will not give birth and give their statement. It's only two minutes long, they use a timer. It is a very welcoming atmosphere. There's too many people. There is very organized and you can do it. And I'm going to talk to you today about the things that you need to think about when you're writing your two minutes and you're gonna get up there and you're going to present to deep redistricting Commission. Now the sense of nervous has nervousness is caused by a phone number. In Russia, the hormone adrenaline into the nervous system. Now this causes a flight of a fight or flight reaction and this reaction stage basically is when we are confronted with a threatening situation such as an automobile, swerving in front of us, the adrenalin rush stimulates our psychological reactions. Now when we speak we can use what Nature has given us to our advantage. Nerves are good if we learn to control them and adrenaline helps us to perform better and it is our body's own natural stimulant and and we need to start by recognizing that the nervous system. We we feel as we address a group of people walk or stand in front of the commission, is a form of positive energy and being nervous is good as it shows that you really care about getting your message across and yep, Value your credibility and what you want to sound and look good to your audience. I want you to remember that. Most people rank public speaking as their number one fear people. Make a lot of excuses to avoid speaking in public and speaking creates an adrenaline rush and you can harness the sacrilege and make it work for you. Now, it is not shameful to feel anxious about public speaking and I'm going to give you some tips before we dive into Iraq, what we need to address when we're writing, our two minutes to stand before the commission, and we really need to use our voices back and let the commission know that as citizens of Michigan as voters, we.
"two minute" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"Podcast. I'm gonna break it into three steps. Step one listen and when you listen do so with intent empathy and without judgment during this listening phase do not think about solutions causation or other topics that take you away from simply doing your best to understand the other person steph to summarize repeat back to the other person in your own words summarizing the issue if there are multiple issues. Be sure to acknowledge and summarize each of them step. Three is repeat steps one and two until you are certain you have a mutual understanding from there you can move onto your resolution again. Listen summarize repeat until you have an understanding. I've used this technique countless times in my twenty years in retail grocery whether it was resolving a customer complaint or disgruntled employees. Here's an example. A customer calls or comes to the were upset about a policy listen intently an empathetic to them. Once they had finished speaking. Say something like. So if i understand you correctly. Xyz happened once. They confirmed that you understood them correctly. Then you can move on to find that solution and some circumstances. It's good to ask them what they think. The best solution would be and if possible appease them. This is especially true when working through an issue of conflict between people. And you're acting as mediator which is often the case for a disgruntled associates. There are many short articles that you can easily find in a search online. And i encourage you to look and learn more about reflective listening and practice this technique until you have mastered it. I would consider it one of the foundations of becoming a great leader. I hope you enjoyed today's topic of reflective listening on hacking leaderships. Two minute tips have a great day..
"two minute" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"Hey everyone it's lorenzo. Welcome to two minute. Tips on hacking leadership podcast. Today's two-minute tip is brought to you by. Dr greg maze. Dr maize is a motivational speaker published. Author teacher coach and leadership developer find more great content from dr maize on lincoln linked to his page can be found the episode notes. My name is dr greg. As and you're listening to hacking your leadership's two-minute tips. While playing tennis tournament years ago. I lost my cool. My brother bryan was videotaping. The match and said greg. I'm going to say this now. So it is on the recording. You're never going to be a successful athlete until you learn to control your emotions. I've taken this advice into my world as a leader. I have learned that a great leader understands the importance of controlling their emotions. If i want to be a great leader. I must control my emotions. Here's the way you can work to control your emotions in all circumstances. Ask yourself a question. Does this serve my purpose or the good of the whole when your decisions serve the good of the whole move forward but when they serve your purpose satisfy your feelings. Then you may be in danger of making a decision based on emotions. Those rarely worked for the good of the whole. Therefore take time to make your decisions work not to make them while in an emotional state..
"two minute" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"My name is thomas. And you're listening to hacking or leaderships two-minute tips criticism is something that a lot of people dread but when delivered properly it can positively impact you and your team as a leader. You are personally accountable for the development of others. Lorenzo is always saying this and i agree with one hundred percent. But how can you develop others. If you can't even do that for yourself. Well it all starts with you as a leader being able to take constructive criticism not only from those above you but also from the people around. You not getting defensive. When someone critiques you this shows you people that you have a growth mindset and are open to other opinions when delivering constructive criticism. You need to ensure that it is stemming from the desire to help others grow. That's the whole point when people see that they're more likely to make changes based on the feedback given to them. So how'd you start doing this. How do you start normalising constructive criticism with team. I it all starts with having an open dialogue between you and your team. Everyone has to have the understanding that this criticism is stemming from the desire to help them grow to help make them better leader or team member. It is not a way to complain about someone second if you have a valid critique follow up with the why and how behind why you're pointing this out and how they can improve and lastly always be open to criticism from others. I found to be one of the best ways for me to grow personally. Following these three simple steps can help you and your team achieve new levels of communication and efficiency.
"two minute" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"Check out his great leadership tip from thomas after this quick advertisement from sponsor. My name is thomas. And you're listening to hacking or leaderships two-minute tips criticism is something that a lot of people dread but when delivered properly it can positively impact you and your team as a leader. You are personally accountable for the development of others. Lorenzo is always saying this and i agree with one hundred percent. But how can you develop others. If you can't even do that for yourself. Well it all starts with you as a leader being able to take constructive criticism not only from those above you but also from the people around. You not getting defensive. When someone critiques you this shows you people that you have a growth mindset and are open to other opinions when delivering constructive criticism. You need to ensure that it is stemming from the desire to help others grow. That's the whole point when people see that they're more likely to make changes based on the feedback given to them. So how'd you start doing this. How do you start normalising constructive criticism with team. I it all starts with having an open dialogue between you and your team. Everyone has to have the understanding that this criticism is stemming from the desire to help them grow to help make them better leader or team member. It is not a way to complain about someone second if you have a valid critique follow up with the why and how behind why you're pointing this out and how they can improve and lastly.
"two minute" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Take off. I didn't know Monica Lewinsky was in this commercial enjoy. All right. I just want to make sure that I was because I dreamt about that. My dad used to sell those roaches. I can't I don't smoke it easy with someone rules one for me. All right. So did you see the carousel toenail ad with a talking toenails? I think I mentioned it once before. Yes, you did where there's no makeup face with a woman's face on a toenail a talking to that creeps me out and gives me nightmares. I had a nightmare that I woke up. My toenails were talking to me and I cut my toes off cuz I was so scared. What were they saying just stuff? You know, how you doing? We you know that ad oh boy, and you know, what the worst thing ever seen? Oh God. Fungus now, we're not going to watch those yard smashed your head that Lamisil add where the fungus comes out from under your toenail and it's anime that's creepy want to watch em up. So we thought oh, by the way, I phrased it pays went over real big less. We we had a lot of entries who won the cake with lemon pepper. Tuna was the phrase that paid yes home. And one guy o b Barker o b o from Pembroke New Hampshire got in there so fast, it was like early in the morning right after this podcast dropped in banking got a winner. Wow, and other people took all the rest of the day, you know, lemon pepper shrimp. No, sorry. We have a winner that's good, you know, so he gets a cake for my grandma's coffee cake one eight hundred eight Grandma my grandma. Com well, and he he wanted the cinnamon with no nuts. That's a good cake. Just a good it's good. He wanted the nutless cake can't go wrong with that name. Allergies my son Willie who just had his birthday's eleven now. Sorry. Sorry talking about gender again. I forgot no no, no. No my my son Willie, who's he turned Eleven on Sunday? Yes, ma'am. What we talking about allergic to nuts allergic. He's allergic to peanuts tree nuts eggs the port city can't have anything decadent good stuff. But now that he's dead. He'll have to get over there. So the Phrase That Pays we gotta have another Phrase That Pays in tonight's program. I don't know what's going to be haven't decided yet. It hasn't happened yet. It's like no one has uttered the phrase even accidentally. I think we should make it one of the one of the lines in the in the our musical feature tonight, which will featured Joe Gerry. Oh, okay, mine we have or do it. So just put it on but I have a thing in mind called a two-minute drill because people been saying won't cover your podcast longer than 37 minutes is there cuz it isn't Right. Is there any reason it is not wise it is it is, you know, sometimes it's even 31, you know, it is what it is exactly as is by the way when when Bill Belichick said a if anybody says that it is what it is that's like saying blue is blue. Everything is wrong. It is doesn't matter if it's a shoe horn or a fart. Well, it's it's like the a dog leash it is what everything is what it is is what is the adult version of what your parents would say to you or what you would say to your kids? Cuz I said so they don't version of how you it is what it is. But at least with no because I said there was a reason you don't get to do something it is what it is is obvious. It's like a equals 1000. It's more it's just a dismissive comment to stop that conversation. That's right. You know what's even worse than that though? What's that? I hear you when someone says they're waiting for your reaction you got here you home? That's a non-reaction. You know, you're not agreeing, you know disagreeing. You're not even acknowledging that you understood you're just saying I hear you the words are going in my ear. Well sometimes our thoughts are you will be getting an acceptance of the whatever you're presenting. I hear you. Yeah. All right. So it is what it is. That's still valid check, you know? Yeah, it shows everything. It's like yeah, you don't have to say that really, you know, it's a waste of time. Yeah. All right. So here's the bill we go like this and here comes the subject and we we can't exceed two minutes. Do you have a stopwatch on your phone? Sure, I do to you want to use my phone we can use mine. Your phone is the the three the three model iPhone 3 iPhones. Yeah. Yeah. So you you type in numbers, it's Roman numerals. It's you're going to you going to stop watch. Yeah. All right, so two minutes and then you got a ring the bell after two minutes so we can move down. Next thing got it at this see what this does is this keeps everything moving along like prune juice does but if if we don't have anything to say we have to wait the two minutes, right which is Thursday. Well, yes between the three of us we can certainly have to fill the two minutes. Okay. Ready? Are we going to hold on? Hold on know? What do you mean? Hold on. I broke you broke the bone. No. Oh my god did bring the Bell. Look at this. I'll just go ding. Like it's all Mike you lost 12 seconds already Joe Biden stair Force One. What do you think life? Is he senile? You know, I think he he is he slipped and couldn't recover and I felt bad for him. Actually. Well, that's the first sign of senility. You know, when you forget which foot goes in front of the other one at one moment of walking going up the steering just misjudged the height I'll bet that's what it was but three times in a row. Imagine if it was like I had lost his grip and fell backwards. Is he the first president wage? We're a Life Alert. You should be I don't what if he went down and didn't get back up and had to rush up there and help him get back up and his poop his pants. Yeah nice is it may have already happened? That could be could be why he slipped his leg. You can still respect the guy who can't make it up a flight of stairs, but you can't respect the guy who doesn't make it up a flight of stairs and then poops his pants that's true age and has to get help to stand up. Well and then there's Kamala Kamala, lot. Yeah. I've been told that it's like the punctuation mark, Oh, and then La, home by the Marines, you know stand at the entrance to the stairway and she did not salute. Oh my god. Did she did she fall just kept going. I think it's cuz she just doesn't know did she poop her pants? She may have looked like she had a potato in those shorts. How old is she? I told you about my friend Bill c m roids relax. I told you about my friend Bill Pete over know he put a potato in his pants try to pick up girls wage. Yeah, I hear you know, I mean, it's like he comes to me goes, you know that potato in the pants trick doesn't work that good. I said in the front that's right. It's just minutes. No. No you first started the clock. No, I didn't use 3 seconds to minutes right now now, okay. So that's two minutes the Border problem. Why are we having a media frenzy is why can't the media go down and take video, even if they won't even let MSNBC or CNN, you know Titans ball wash, you know why they they screwed up they made a huge mistake and it's real humanitarian crisis right now. It's out of control Trump had it under control, but they just don't want to give them any credit. He did have it under control. And where's the where's the outrage now Andrea, you know Sandy Weinberg down there and make some noise about that with these kids in cages that the obama-biden administration building the first place. You can't bear the embarrassment of the situation and no one can because for the years all we heard was well off. Tension cages being ripped away from their parents and it's it's a human humanitarian crisis down there from their mothers on Trump is a mean not seeing those tweets, you know, it's worse now than it's ever been. Where.
"two minute" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Okay, here we go to Penn State for a while. Don't touch of Radio Shack in the states for some jingles and wax of those among you who are more politically sensitive than the rest of us may wish to take a moment here to tighten up those sphincter muscles. Can you actually tighten Sprinter muscles wage, you know minor tight right now. What should I call the key? What's the one that keeps you from peeing? The Kegel muscles? That's the one yeah, he goes constrictors. We're going to do a whole podcast on that one of these days. Fundamental causes of the swelling of the urethra we discussed last week. We're going to get a proctologist in here Albert Pujols. Not remember one, but right up there dead. Cool Planet Money episode 117. No 118 use you give them one John Smith. I know you know like get off on the show Sale s you get an F. Actually it's incomplete notice looking forward to that interview. I thought that would be really interesting but no been thanks. Yeah, you know how long we hesitate to give you a second responsibility because you didn't even get Tatiana. So let's give a new assignment. Okay. Yeah, you know who you have to get on the podcast who took the one what's your name? Kylie Jenner Kylie? That's right. Yeah. She don't get her you will be docked. She's almost a billionaire isn't she will dock your pay if I don't get Kylie Jenner that little slut. Well, I think we just eliminated like slash. He called me a slight. I'll never go on that show. She insists. That's what people call her. You know that home. Kylie Jenner, what's your mileage enter family? Anyway, I don't know the dad was Kardashian. Yeah, right. The mom was sleeping with OJ alleged. Well, the younger ones are genders off the daughter made a sex tape with somebody. That's how she got famous r a j. Yeah, and then Kylie Jenner she's probably had for someone who's like how old 21,000 I'm talking about. This I hate I hate the whole surprised you even tune into that whole I really hate him. It's like where is canceled culture when you really need it, you know step up a bill. Yep. Yep. He's so full of shit. I know he's so depressed about the final season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. How did he know that she was a billionaire billionaire has cuz he's been keeping up with Kardashians. Can you imagine the vinegar and water they go through with that house? It's like keep somebody in business. They haven't delivered. So it is 1:18 then right? Yep. Yep. Then kitchen here along with yours truly's Rothman and we haven't gotten the papers yet on Ben's name change to Ben COK, which is Swedish for kitchen, you know too many cooks in the too many cooks in the kitchen. That's what they say too many cooks. That's the Swedish word for kitchen at Ben's. I looked it up fantastic then cock ever been to Thailand Bangkok. Absolutely. So, you know how you say thank you in Swedish. By the way, I know this cuz I dated the Swedish woman. Her name was severe. Okay, so we against Victor. How do you say off the fish fisherman? She he's saying here's how you say. Thanks. Thanks. Simply. Thanks. Talk to you say you say something good as they talk talk. That's that means thanks kitchen. Wow. Do you want to say thank you very much in Swedish. It's tax and make it talk some ikut. Thank you very much. How do you know this Elvis would get there you go. He played a song and he go talk to him again. Thank you very much. All your sweets out there. I see Bonnie. What's your did you have a shot yet? I know losing a compact. Did you have any shots yet? You guys got me know. All right. I had one I had one you did. I'm half vax and any reaction has the wrong guy. You should see I my God. Grunion grew about four feet and half an hour and then I lost my cable signal the first shot was not bad. I had a little tiny bit of tenderness and they told me during a Little Tenderness more derna or was this remote derna? Yes, and it was down at Foxboro. I went down there and Foxboro and I said to the guy gave me the shot. I had a mask on so I can get away with anything at once I said, well the house is Bob Kraft built, huh? And I'm looking around and he says well no Tom Brady built it I went so I had my first and I'm going to have one April 16th. I think yeah. I'm going to go to Florida. Tear it up down there go to Miami Beach and not wear a mask get arrested is spring break over soon. I think it is isn't it? I think so. I don't know you're going wild down there. Yeah, my hit me they're all fighting a range. You want to just go down there and smack him all the trying to make the government look bad dog. He's got good here. No, no, he's got good hair. He's one of those fights are unbelievable. He will run for president. Probably next time around but you think maybe I like it you probably going to get some spring break time through Easter. Oh, okay. Jesus will be very proud three wise men. Have you ever had that shot now? I'm talking about different shot from your arm. I'm talking with the kind. You drink. Have you ever had a three wise? I you know, what's that never heard again? Tell you right there was a period in my life where I did a little bit of drinking. Hold on a moment. Tell us the story was about I'd say about a year two thousand and one I was a little forlorn, you know, Lorne Greene a big fan off in the meantime. I was drinking and I decided I wanted to kind of hurry up the process a little bit. I want to sit there and have sip of beer and have a now let's get their their Tsum pack driver to three wise men and the bartenders. Are you sure you want this son. I said, yes, I do. He said I have three wise men jack Johnny and Jim Jack Daniels Johnny Walker and Jim Beam is a triple shot in one you're going to get there in a hurry. All right. You don't want to look back something might be gaining you, you know what I'm saying? So you do what three wise men shot you turn out to be the least wise guy in the entire bar it turn into an asshole pretty much dead. In about 30 seconds soon as that their liquor hits. 3 minutes ago. I was a nice guy here. Now look at me. I'm standing on the table naked slapping people in the face with my unit. I'm an asshole. Jack Johnny and June Thank you boys. Can you Google this the you Google the Roy Roy tan cigar? Roi-roi Tanja Roi though. Right is regarding you. Bring some right hands over here once knew no I want to hear the one that goes man-to-man smoke a cigar man-to-man smoke a wrong 10 for the taste that is better by far who know what brings this up? I just came to me last night. I was oh here it is. Which was I think is is it right here? Yeah. It's probably at Royal which one you tell me. I don't know classic wrote in cigar commercial. Try that one there. That's probably it. Is it man man to man?.
"two minute" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"Hey everyone it's lorenzo and welcome to minute tips on hacking. Your leadership podcast. Today's two-minute tip is brought to you. By van de dens more in hr executive passionate about organizational culture and employee engagement find more great content from van de on lincoln linked to her page can be found in the episode notes. Check out this great leadership tip from van de after this quick advertisement from a sponsor. My name is andy dunsmore. And you're listening to hacking your leadership's two minute tips as an hr executive. I'm passionate about organizational culture and employee engagement. My leadership tip is to keep the desired culture in mind at all times by focusing on how work gets done as well as what gets accomplished. This may seem straightforward enough but in mind twenty five plus years of experience. The focus almost always naturally shifts only to the achievement itself and the process is considered far less. Often we all know of at least one coworker who is successful on the surface but no one likes to work with them. They can be bullies. Withhold information steal ideas. Talk over you and meetings and are all out unpleasant to work with but yet they're rewarded promoted in praised. Well this might be an extreme example. Less agree just oversights of the what versus how can chip away. At an organization's culture culture impacts employee retention brand recognition trust customer satisfaction employee engagement and revenues for better or for worse as an hr leader. I keep the how and what balanced when looking at employee life cycle activities for example when creating performance review process i included a value section in the evaluation template where company values were listed and defined with behavior examples. Employees were rated on how well or not. They demonstrated the values this section. The how was worth twenty five percent of the overall performance rating which drove the merit increase. Another example is when creating a recruiter incentive program. We had an overall hiring target that had to be met before any individual bonuses were paid out if the team goal was met individual bonuses recalculated on multiple metrics including hiring managers satisfaction. Survey scores this insured. We rewarded behaviors consistent with collaboration and partnership which were key values of the company. A few last thoughts and sure your organizational values are clearly defined and reflect the desired culture and be clear on what those values look like an action and reward them. You can find me on lincoln at lincoln dot com slash. V dem's more..
"two minute" Discussed on Rain DeGrey
"Every Monday. Hey everybody. This is Chris and rain, and if you do want to join us for the dirty talk after hours podcast. We would love to have you along. It's a weekly podcast that we do offer on patreon go to a patreon.com Dirty Talk podcast, and we'll give you an earful each and every Monday morning both of your ears doubtful. Yes, two years full Monday morning. Sometimes we go on adventures. Sometimes we talked about the weird news of the day. It's a never-ending party my friends join us. So if you want to support this podcast and encourage us to keep doing the awesome job or doing and get bonus episodes may be weak go to patreon.com Dirty Talk podcast. See you all there. We now retired to 2 Minutes to Midnight on the Columbia broadcasting network sitting alone in a darkened room. All that can be heard is a desperate voice coming out of the radio. Hoping to find anyone who's you talk to and the rubble of a slowly crumbling world. But maybe the sender isn't reaching the receiver intended. That's what happens when you attempted final broadcast goes out at 2 minutes till midnight. Hello. Is there anybody there? Please if you're there respond. Hello. I'm sorry. I just can't take the constant silence and permanent Twilight everyday bleeding into the last. I just need to hear something. anything I can't sit here anymore with nothing, but the product fruits of my memories sloughing feet leaving the Barrett hits my dog whisperers of how the world looked before the sky took on the reflection of the dried blood. That's still clogged storm drains the birth covered with this thin Downey Ash. The birds hadn't followed from their flight. The trees are bare. I can't feed off of the rotting corpses of the animals that lay beneath them when they themselves are expiring in this sunless loaf choked limbo. Try to remember how it all began. Is anyone even listening don't listen Okay broadcasting until the batteries give out, you know, it's lies. This is all I have left. Is there anyone there? Course, there's not you would have answered by now. Sometimes I think I hear someone trying to get through on the radio static. Trying to reach me but sometimes I think it's all in my head smash it. So they can't find you. I don't remember the moment when everything changed. These things happen so slowly. You would just to one small thing after another. First there was the water out of the tap would run black. But if you waited a little while let it run and everything would turn clear again. Is it clear now? Who am I kidding? Hasn't been any water coming out of there for months as dry as the grass in the yard. slowly turning to dust notice that there was a few less cans on the Shelf. She wants watch your Radioman said it was only temporary always wanted everything would be back to the way it was always walk and watch your no one really did anything the news was just the same frightened angry faces trying to be the one to talk the loudest. Trying to convince everyone else or or maybe even themselves that. Told loud enough and often enough, but would make it true. Then they rounded up all those people. They're always the others you were told about them the ones working against us. One disapproved of how we lived the ones that coveted what we had what we had learned. What was our right? That's that venomous car wouldn't allow them to break. So we made the sacrifices we had to there were always the others the ones not like us. This might be the last time I can broadcast. Is there anyone there please? Let there be someone there don't respond. They'll try don't care who you are you are. Just did someone to talk to I just need to hear another voice. That's not mine. Just a little while. I haven't heard another person. Since my wife decided that this was all too much. I guess it was that day when the electricity was suddenly gone. No..
"two minute" Discussed on Rain DeGrey
"On here. Take a seat. Now what seems to be the problem so tired I haven't been able to sleep for weeks. It happens at night. They come at night. Someone something something evil. I can feel it in my room lurking in the shadows hunting me. I can hear it whispering could I do drugs? I come to with a fight and feel it feel it rained down pressing on my chest something sitting on my chest, even though there's nothing there as long as a buzzing the hissing. All I could do is lay there motionless helpless. I'm wide awake, but I can't move a single muscle. I can't turn off finger nothing like a prisoner in my own body. I'm not crazy dog. I swear I'm not. Sometimes I can't believe it myself. I've never believed in aliens or demons or any of that other nonsense, but I'm starting to think that that's the only answer. I'm starting to believe I'm cursed it keeps happening. And it's terrifying. You have no idea there there. It's all right. Well, I assure you are not losing your mind nor you cursed you're being visited by aliens. I know you think I'm crazy. You don't know how bad it is. You don't understand. I'm too scared to sleep the coffee stopped working buying caffeine pills now and taking them in bulk. I have to take antacids with the counter the holes they're burning in my stomach, but it's better than sleeping. It's better than spending every night in a waking nightmare. Oh, I do believe you. There's a simple explanation for all of this. I can help you. But first let's get you calmed down a bit. It's obvious. You're not really educated State. What's that? I hate needles nothing to be afraid of this is simply going to help you relax a little bit. Then we can work out all these troubles you're having. There we go. It's better deep breaths. Will feel better in just a few minutes. You have nothing to fear will set you straight. See looks like you're feeling more tranquil already. Yes. I am. Thank you. It's it's helping. Yes, of course it is. Now what you're suffering from is a classic case of sleep paralysis. You see sleep paralysis is a state in which you are awake but unable to move or speak. Hallucinations intense fear of feeling of someone sitting on your chest hearing voices or Whispering very common during episodes of sleep paralysis. I guarantee no aliens are visiting you at night. There's any aliens out there. They're not bothering to come to this Backwater planet. But you're not the first come to this conclusion interestingly enough sleep paralysis is theorized to play a role in the creation of stories of alien abduction and other paranormal events. And you're definitely not alone with this Affliction between 8 and fifty percent of people experience at least one episode of sleep paralysis at some point in their life. There really isn't any treatment options for though it's mainly recommended. We just reassure patients that the condition is common in generally not that serious. Reassuring doesn't work. The next step is to work on improving sleep hygiene do cognitive behavioral therapy or prescribe antidepressants. But we're not going to have to bother with any of those things with you though. Are we pretty impressive how quickly it kicks in isn't it off? You really can't move. Can you? You can still blink. They'll go ahead and blink for me. Oh, yes, very good all locked in. Oh, that's a lot of blinking. You haven't heard of locked-in syndrome. It's fascinating stuff locked-in syndrome as a condition in which a patient is aware, but cannot move or communicate do to complete paralysis of nearly dead all voluntary muscles in the body except for blinking you are conscious insufficiently intact cognitively to be able to communicate with eye movements, but that's all you can do. A lot like that sleep paralysis. Am I right? Behind my look at that terrified look in your eye. Isn't that precious? You see a number of things can cause locked-in syndrome poisoning traumatic brain injury medication overdose Strokes diseases of the circulatory system why there is even a case of a woman who checked into the ER and ended up with locked-in syndrome caused by excessive use of cocaine wage find with a cute trombosis riveting case. Actually. She ended up completely Frozen and could only communicate by movements with her eyes. But you haven't been doing any cocaine now. Have you? You know, you really should ask more questions before you let someone inject you with unknown substances. Even if I am wearing a lab coat, that doesn't make me automatically trustworthy. Oh, well, listen learn to the fact that there was no receptionist and you and I are alone in this building should have been a tip-off know. Well, it seems like that vecuronium bromide really did the trick and that right Mr. Blinker bulb. It's one of my favorites. It's used as part of general anesthesia to provide skeletal muscular relaxation during surgery or mechanical ventilation affects your greatest at about 4 minutes and last for up to an hour and by my calculation you're at Peak Effectiveness right about now. Oh, don't worry. You'll be getting another dose before this one wears off. I'm thinking you're really starting to panic aren't you? Lots of thoughts racing through your head about what I'm going to do to you while you lay there helpless science my good man. I'm like I said, you've come to the right place paralysis happens to be my specialty and it is very kind of you to volunteer participate in my extensive.
"two minute" Discussed on Rain DeGrey
"One of the primary objectives of the foreign policy of the United States is the creation of conditions in which we and other nations would be able to work out a way of life free from coercion. This was a fundamental issue in the war with Germany and Japan our victory was won over countries which sought to impose their will and their way of life upon other nations. At the present moment in world history nearly every nation must choose between alternative ways of life. The choice is too often. Not a free one one way of life is based upon the will of the majority and is distinguished by free institutions a representative government free elections guarantees of individual liberty freedom of speech and religion and freedom from political oppression. The second way of life is based upon the will of a minority forcibly imposed upon the majority. It relies upon Terror and oppression birth control, press and radio fixed elections and.
"two minute" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"And I don't know if how many of Elvis's were like that. I was kind of just looking through just now and has teddy bear song Also like clocks in under two minutes and he just had like a number of songs and maybe rock and roll in. Its early days you know. They were experimenting with what music was definitely the origins of it you know coming out of blues and especially out of the South is. Elvis did and national and everything. Some of their songs were just like these. I don't know how to say it. But like they were just like these little ditties. They're just these little songs that they You put Elvis on and it turns into something special and I was reading the history of the song and apparently the origins of the name and the title is kind of disputed where Elvis claims that he woke up in bed and he was all shook up the original the writer of Otis Blackwell. He had a good phrase basically. Yeah I love when writers. The actual writers of the songs are like yeah. I just wrote the lyrics to it. I just wrote it down right. I wrote the music and everyone else's like trying to claim that. Oh No it was a an advertisement for seven up or something then was inspired. It's like the right like no I just. I just wrote it because I know how to write Tom. Because that's the way I do. That's what so I became kind of an order with Blackwell Fan when I read about him. And he's supposedly was the best songwriter in on the planet and people would sometimes challenge the skill by doing something like can you? Oh you can write a song. Can you write about this? Shaka BOTTLE OF PEPSI. Nothing's all shook up man. Yeah yeah or they got. Such great lyrics is her. Lips are like a volcano. That's yeah not the not the most sophisticated but I think versus those cold. Volk game right those simple in one night. I think it was like Christmas. This is even seems more. Like legend but Otis Blackwell sold like four four songs to San Phillips or something and they were all number. Gold's for Elvis motorcycle. It also choose phrases. That would stand out in a catalog so all the songs started with a baby or love would be skipped over and something that stood out like. Don't be cruel which he got from a Comic Book Bubble Romance Comic where a woman talking to a man captured still cool so he would find things that just didn't fit into that that's fine to that list now. How Clever Yeah and Suppose Otis Blackwell was. He was an African American person born in Brooklyn but he loved country music and Dr. Thomas was a board in the south maybe New Orleans or something came up to Brooklyn and he loved rock and they would pal around together so yeah cool. Awesome great choices you guys. I am going to just run through and just grab some and come up with I liked the background I LOVE THE SMITHS. So please please please fun to find out Kind of have wants at least get some Mandolin in there somewhere. You almost kind of broken. Heart with that the microphones felt your shape. That's so fucking sad and then I got to always go with. We got another we got. We had to Elvis's in this list. Castillo with welcome to the working week in you educated me with Never talking to you again. Richard by who screwed so we had a tie. Oh wait hold on there we go we got all the sound fix was the final scoring on that when Michael Seven okay all right so ladies and gentlemen this has been the Mount Rushmore podcast. I as always Jeff. I'm Richard I'm Michael..
"two minute" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"That idea that this is your initial introduction into a band and it's something that's instead of like okay. Let's try and do something that's going to be and sort of really gets you know gets us out there. Let's do something. It's like a minute minute fifty six and just get in. Say what you need to say. Get out yeah just feels very a piece of the clash. Abandoned would later go on by the time you get to like Sandinista putting out three record albums and songs that are seven eight minutes long some of the dancy type soft. That's interesting it's about. You know certainly in their early years with the first album. Very much of the pop playbook or the PUCK PLAYBOOK. I should say You know a song that is very direct with its lyrics and I think it makes sense for a song. That's direct about what talking about to have. Obviously it's very much a three quarter type song and also to be sort of shortened in terms of the length of it All right that's it dude. Made a statement over blow to thrown down man cutting the fat the fat. Okay Winfield my second choice. I do like it. We're moving along moving along with this. Is going to be a quick episode. You guys. We'll put in. We'll put amusing and stuff out little fat and it is a song. Please please please let me get what I want. Okay by the Smith. Good Times for a chance to see the Lockhart Can make a good man turn his play when you're listening to know. Oh wow the size of the Sonnen loop in your car. Which hardwired to the song titled.
"two minute" Discussed on Novel Gazing Podcast
"Hello I'm Louise and I'm Mary Kay mcbrayer together. We are navigating. The podcast talks literary fiction on today's show. We are going to introduce you to who we are and what we won't miss podcast today and Our first question that we thought we should tackle is exactly. We think literary fiction is so we have grown for. What does that big thing the stone right? So it's like what is art talk about that for eight minutes thirty seconds and then leave in two words or less? Louise's all right. I'm GonNa go then full a nutri fiction. As far as I'm concerned is an arm better or worse than any other genre out there. It's a different genre that tries to answer very specific big questions and to me it can also be equality as opposed to just a book so you could find a in Call makes pictures Anything really as long as I'm says these big big big questions yeah. I think that's a really good way of saying it very I WANNA add to it to that. I think the The goals of literary fiction are a little bit different than other genres like for example. You you I mean you know Louis but our listeners might not know I really like her and I think that the goal of that generally is to scare you but it can also have other like a ulterior motive steer like you can have literary hard to and I think Sort of like what you're saying. It Seems Lake. Literature has a point beyond the point. It's making yeah. There's more to unpack and I think it's also it's the kind of thing that unfolds for you later like. There's more to it than what you're just reading and sometimes that can be a stylistic element lake for example Poems are very short. But you can't win when you're done reading it you're not really done. Its the Senate version of residents that kicks in right and I think that that makes the literary and I'm using air quotes listeners than that makes the literary somewhat subjective because we were talking about earlier. And we're going to say this to the end so you guys have to listen one confession about literature from each of us lake things that just don't work for us like Which doesn't make them good or bad just like not liking. A person doesn't make them a good or bad person. It just means like a personal preference I think that that's how I did. It by. Literature is like if there's content beyond like below the other content and a lot of that has to do with me the way things are written so it's like page-turners for me are seldom like literary because I'm just whipping through it like I'm doing it for it to see what happens almost eight. That's how it happens or why. Yeah but that's just you know. I think pretty subjective like right before we started recording. I was let's talk about what is art and you have three minutes to do because you know it's something different to everyone so yeah. I think yes kind of where we're coming from right and we won't take from you Tell us what you think. Fiction is Tell us we should be covering my God. Yeah yeah off Lever Class So after that we were going to do a brief never have. I ever which I have to come fast being British. I have only ever heard of it in American books so I was kind of ambitious FABS to do this. I know that you can play it. We're like I say something that I've never done and then if you've done it you put down a finger but that's very visual so I think we're just going to say like never. Have I ever done this thing and then discuss whether Luis have done it book related and Pg Related? And then we'll do one unsolicited over share. That we just need to tell all right so I'm GONNA go fast and asked Mary Kay a question and it's going to be Never have I ever thought that the movie was better than the book. Oh I definitely have asked the movie I because well so I do love them and I think that film can be literary as well so it is uncommon. I think for the film to be better than the book but I can't enjoy the movie in less. I haven't read the book because otherwise I'm just like propping up like both. This might be the same. The way happened in the book. And y'all are just take away to money artistic liberties here so anyway. This is my problem with his materials all at sea. I don't I don't know that one. Oh Gosh okay US okay. Thank you because I feel like one day. I'm going to really go deep inside of that worm hallway and do but should never have thought. The movie was better than the book I have but I suddenly can't think of any evidence points I tell you what I have thought for TV series bad in the book and I know that this is going to be controversial but I think it's the way they came to them and it's the handmaid's tale. I was GONNA say that I was gonNA say that one. I think 'cause I read I read the after I saw the program and I was like this is an anywhere near what the program is for me right so yeah I've thought slightly shifting the question But Yeah Yeah No. I think that's a really good point too for me. Like the differences in those two There's much more character depth in the show because they have more they take more space and time to do it. Yeah and it's also updated. I think what twenty year different. So it's they they're able to like make it more Relevant to contemporary audience. I think not that it was irrelevant in the eighties. Just like now. It's it's just a different social media sees up. Yes exactly trying to phrase over one of mine that I think the movie is better than the book is the Godfather even though both of them are awesome. So yeah rich on. I'm going to get some fighting. But that's Okay. All thoughts interpretations overtaxed. Yes thank you okay so I'm GonNa do my question next. Never have I ever skip to the end of a book you see. I have because I am an emotional at times in my life. They don't doesn't die. Everything ends up in a happy place. It's like that that website. Is The dog die right? You won't looks like this cute adorable character but I'm falling in love with in the first couple of pages die and will. I be totally traumatized by the time. I finished this book. Because you know you need to list of right. That's a good point. Yes so yeah so I have skipped. What about yourself I don't I really try not to skip to the end of a book but I get excited sometimes and l like my eyes will go over there like if I'm close to the end and so I have often had to put my hand over the ending But I will sometimes in short story collections. If I can't engage in a story I'll skip to the next one are because I feel like that's not that's not really cheating. It's like Louis One's not for me so I'm just avangard reading right. Yes thank you. It's just a non linear timeline. It's are we do it all right so we promised a confection as well didn't we? Yes we did. Yeah so do you WANNA go fast. We thought Bam my sentence uncle. I set the tone brave so as much as I love horror. I am not a fan of Stephen King Blue. I feel like I should do some dramatic. Who think that is I was? I thought that I didn't like her for a really long time. Because he dominated the genre and I just don't care for his writing. I understand it is good in many people. Love it. I'm going to go to my confession is the I can't deal with Jane austen. I want the end. I've read a hopeful. Now it's just the sentences are just we? Just don't get on. Yeah I feel like it's very time period specific. Yeah I feel really commit to the era To something I'd he'll be fine but right now. We are not emotionally reconciled. I think that's fine. You can part ways because of artistic difference all about so. That's nothing personal. It's compatibility issue all right. Well that was our episode zero which we forgot to say at the beginning. Thank you guys so much for listening to us. Don't forget to tell two best friends and subscribe But not just anybody like tell the friends that you think will really be into this specific. Sort OF WEIRD NECE end. Thank you to our sponsors and we'll talk y'all sin. Thank you very much..