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"$200 million" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

06:59 min | 2 d ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"An investor in your own company and be a third party. We've really gotten over on time, but I want to ask one more question. Keep rocking. Oh, I love it. So we're going to go back to post exit. I mean, we're Friends. But I don't know you intimately, but my guess is you're horrible at taking a vacation. From what I have seen online. Easy guess, I think. Why? Why do you have such a hard time or why do founders have such a hard time taking a break and saying, hey, I did a thing. I did something good. I deserve to recharge my batteries. Why is this such a challenge? I think there is a mindset and then there's a maturity issue. So the mindset issue is, it's probably very similar to you. I love what I do. I love what I do, right? Even with trying to figure out a comment on trying to find my rules coming ambiguous, I still love what I do, right? And it's not, it's not the space. If I was selling coat hangers, I would know more about co hangers than anyone else. I'd be trying to figure out the coat hanger market. Who do my partnering? And I don't even think it's the game. Maybe if I was an academic or I would be doing something else, like I know I would just be just as intense about it. And so I think there's this love, right? And every time it, every time things would get good inside the business and I would have like, oh, I should take some time off. I'd be like, well, it's fun right now. It's really fun right now. And then anytime it was really bad. And in startups, it's a founder of mindset thing, which is not healthy, where you're always like, it's really good. It's really bad. You're kind of see sawing, you learn to be pretty even, which thankfully I did by the end, which I think was great. But long story short, it's so much fun, right? And I think that being said, I hadn't taken a vacation for 5 years. I took two weeks off in August for the first time in 5 years. And before that, I had a day where I took off because Jenny was like, we're in Orlando, we're going to Harry Potter worlds. And just have to go. I would go in the office on Christmas, not that long. I go in for like an hour or two. But again, I wanted to, right? And sometimes it was a need and sometimes I'm convincing myself I wanted to. But I think that's a really driving factor, right? Now, the maturity thing is, just because it's fun, doesn't mean doing that is healthy. It doesn't mean that you get your best, right? And I don't know. I think that I don't buy into the narrative that you have to take X amount of time off to be better. Like I just don't buy into the narrative. I think it's the same narrative with work life balance. You're looking for work life fit. And if you want this site of life, then you need a job that fits that life. And I love what I do in my life fits around what I do, right? Which is a little bit of a flip. Again, no kids, everyone and I talk to you about this who has kids like, oh, it'll change after kids, but they also said it would change after this or that. And it hasn't, right? And so I know kids are a pretty big deal, obviously. In terms of change. But to make a long story short, I don't bind to those narratives, but I do think that a vacation can provide some clarity and some distance, right? And I think distance was really important for me right now because my identity in so many different ways has been tied to profile, not just from a marketing perspective, but just in terms of everything. And just having two weeks and the first day, you're going to love this. The first, I had so much anxiety in the first day. I just started walking. And I walked on a treadmill for 31 miles. Because I was just going like crazy. But I think learning to be able to kind of not have to do that and to switch gears is something that I'm trying to figure out. And I know I'm capable of it. And that's why I think that scheduling the vacations. And I would always tell people, and I would never expect anyone to work as much as I did. But I would always tell them, like, oh, when you're on the current vacation schedule, the next one, right? If there's trouble with vacation. So I never did what I said. But to make a long story short, I think that for me, I do know and I do know that having some of that distance will improve my thoughts and so that's the reason to do it rather than you need to recharge, which I think some people that might be the case, especially if you have physical labor job or a mentally laborious job as well. But I think that for us who are privileged to work in tech and there's equivalent of us or there's another scenario where someone's digging ditches, I just think that there's a mission that what I see people who are taking 12 weeks off a year and not getting what they want and instagramming and being $30,000 millionaires. I'm kind of like, not only are you not getting what you want, but also to me and this is a very personal opinion. It's like, it feels disrespectful to the person who's taking that ditch, right? Totally. Now, if you take the 12 weeks because it's best for you and you want a great life and all these other things, I don't judge you. But it's just the people who kind of say something different and do something different. That's just bothers me a little bit. So there's my rambly rants about vacation there. Well, the reason why I asked the question is because this is something that I had to work through. And I'm going to give you my synapses and maybe it resonates with you. Maybe not. But you and I have a Michael Jordan problem. What does that mean? Is Michael Jordan if you've ever watched the documentary last dance or you're a basketball fan or whatever? Yeah. You know that he was a highly competitive person, but really his problem was that he just had to win at all costs. He's highly he just wants to win. And I just feel like I want to win. Even when I go back to my teaching days, I used to put in crazy hours and I used to do all the stuff that no one asked me to do just because I thought this would get me to a win. Whatever that win is and the education world blah, blah blah. What I didn't know and what I've learned over years is that when I'm not in my game, when I'm not there in Michael Jordan's case playing basketball or doing your business or whatever education or digging ditches, it's healthy to let other people win. Meaning your family, yourself, your body, your mind, you don't have to win that

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"$200 million" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

15:51 min | 2 d ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"Don't, you end up taking those distributions, right? And all of a sudden, yeah, we'll throw 10% in development. But no, we were like, we want to build something big. This is our funding quote unquote. So every single dollar was going into investments somewhere, right? And this was a good and bad thing because it was how we were funding ourselves, right? That first year, the first 6 months of the business, it was just me, I sold like a $112,000 worth of services, essentially. And then that next year, I think Peter and with help from me sold, I think it was probably like a half a million. So all of a sudden, things are stacking up and we're getting this funding. The issue, there's a couple of issues with this, but that was basically where we went. And when we were thinking about the product, we were helping a company that was about to IPO with their pricing. And we discovered that they were calculating churn and MRR incorrectly. And while that was happening, which if you're not in SaaS, this is the equivalent of opening your bank account, seeing the number and still getting it wrong. It's just that fundamental of a number. This is a common issue, by the way. Yeah, totally. And what we wanted to do was we wanted to get to something that was more ubiquitous in terms of software. So we kind of started putting two together. And the original thought was, this will give us the data to do the pricing stuff we want. So if I get your financial data, I can then say, okay, here you got a bunch of value, but here's where pricing is wrong. And if you just click this button in your pricing, you'll be magical, right? And long to make the rest of it as short as possible, we weren't going to give that away for free. We started giving it away for free because there's a bunch of competitors in the market. We started realizing analytics products are terrible to build. Because you do a lot of work to get accuracy. And no one, no customer appreciates it. They're never willing to pay that much. Three figures a month, maybe four figures a month, maybe a $1000 if you're a large enough. But you also don't get that scale. So you don't get your smallest customer in your largest customer willing to pay vastly different sums of money. So it's just a terrible recurring revenue business. And we're going to shut it down, but then this thesis came, which is what we've had since, which was, well, what if we got the data? And then that data trained our algorithms to do things like lower your cancellation rate automatically, optimize your pricing automatically. These types of things. And it wasn't even about the network effect of free of getting customers. It was very much well if we get every single customer or every single user basically improves those algorithms, we can't be beat. Because even if someone builds the functionality we have, they're not going to have the data we have. Unless they copy and paste the exact same strategy. But frankly, no one was insane enough to build basically a bootstrap business to build a free product on data, which is not cheap, right? And I think we were just naive to think it would be easier, right? Which is kind of the classic story where the first time founders, of course, will go after it. Three quick notes to run this out. One free is beautiful when it is better than the paid competition because it gets the reaction that you gave. Why is this free? What's going on here? And it's not about, oh, they monetize through this other thing. But it's more about why I would be crazy to use this paid competitor. And then on top of that, when these guys call me or email me to have a phone call about selling me something, I'll feel obligated to take it. And the thesis turned out to be right. And then the two other things in services. One, I think one of the biggest mistakes we make made is we didn't take some money out of the business. My average salary over the 9 and a half years was $71,000. It was basically like zero in the beginning, 30 grand. Again, no kids, no mortgage. And then at the end, my salary was a 150,000 a year. But even with COVID, I was the first one to be like, oh, go to zero. Because when we furloughed some people. And it definitely in a no distributions in terms of profit, even though some years we did have profit or we could have structured it to have profit. And I think this definitely, it absolutely shaped some thinking when it came to the deal. It's so shapes the thinking in a way that we probably still would have sold just given the dynamics of selling. But we would have had a different mindset if I had a $1 million in the bank or something like that. And so that's a big thing with a services business that goes to product. I do think because of the float you get from profit. I don't know if you should go straight up profit first, but in your plan just straight up scheduled those raises. And then follow that schedule. We eventually did this. And it was one of those tough conversations because we were like, well, we reached this revenue milestone, but all three of us, the three business partners were like, yeah, but this money for arrays could go somewhere else. But we still gave it to ourselves because we were like, no, we have to do this because we're definitely, it's definitely affecting us. And then the last thing on services businesses, I think that it's really hard. It's really hard to do a service in a product team because you end up feeding one and not the other. Fukuno in classic fashion, none of you know him, but if you did, got everything you wanted. You want that extra higher, you want this. He would not say this. He would say, no, I didn't get everything I wanted. And I wanted 6 engineers. Now, four engineers, but you got everything you wanted and then Peter and I were kind of like trying to run the rest of the business. We would always, and it wasn't there was no trickery. It was just us thinking clearly. We would just like, yeah, you have the extra because of the product with such the focus. Well, when it ended up happening, is the product team got so far ahead of the rest of the company. So even marketing, like our product team was cranking, we had this free product, we were finally hitting a clip, and I was the only person in marketing. In addition to running the company managing stuff, right? Same thing with Peter. We didn't structure our sales because all of a sudden it was, well, the end of the quarter, are you going to spend time figuring out that, okay? Are we going to hear a ball to make sure we get the number we need to consider your business moving forward, right? And so I think that's another thing you have to keep in mind is you have to, if the service business is going to be something that also grows, you have to fund it. Not necessarily equally, but you still have to fund it every single quarter and it increased that funding. It causes so much heartburn by just giving everything to product and not really thinking about the holistic business as much as we should have. This is gold because I can definitely resonate with what we were saying, there's a few things I want to highlight as takeaways for me and hopefully others is one you were able to build a superior product because of the services actually the data that you knew was important to those clients or features that I now enjoy and profit well like I can now have that feature that offers an upgrade to people that are most likely to upgrade because you have all the data on who upgrades at what time and the activity that user and all that kind of stuff. But because you were in the trenches because you talked to customers, you actually did your job basically customer interviews for a profit. You were able to know what's important, what's a build. For me with webinar ninja, I was an educator for 13 years. I know what works for coaching and teaching. I'm probably the most critical user out of the whole team. I work with entrepreneurs constantly with this podcast and a hundred MBA business, which is my service businesses. I always call it the golden child and the vampire. The golden child that does everything right, it's our first born child. They always is a good straight a's and it does everything you wanted to do and is funding everybody. And then you got the vampire that's just like give me more, give me more. And that's great insight where you have to make sure that the golden child needs to be fed to the golden child needs to be praised as well. Needs to be taken care of. So you kind of have to balance that big time. But huge, huge. You talked about marketing and I want to get into the fact that at some point a few years ago, that profit well, you guys became a media company. We're a big fans of wistia and what they do over there and they create great content and shows and podcasts and I was like a religious viewer of pricing page teardowns on YouTube. You guys just do these page teardowns just to watch this thing every time it was like so entertaining to me was like Brooklyn Nine-Nine for me or something, right? Nice. Tell me a little bit about the cost involved and how you guys kind of got the ball rolling with saying, hey, let's become this brand affinity machine where people come to us because of our content. So yeah, I think you're going to start seeing a theme is. If we really boil down to our success and some of our failure of why we weren't a $1 billion exit, it's all first principles thinking. Everything you heard about services business and all this is first principles thinking. The media thing. So for context for people don't know us, when I was going to build our marketing team, this was gosh, 5 years ago now. I basically sat down and we were doing content marketing, which was basically, I would write a post or two a week. And then eventually we had some outsourced people who were doing a lot of that work and our direction. But I thought, okay, who is the first hire? What's your strategy? These types of things. The classic going on one thing rather than doing a bunch of little stuff on a bunch of things. And I started looking at the research and there's a couple of things I discovered at the time. One, a B2B blog could expect a max average of 1.6 visits per week from a qualified lead. Meaning in the best of worlds. Wow, 1.6 touches with their content, right? Which is not a lot, right? When I looked at media companies, like the skim, which was very popular, blue mouse, straight up media companies, right? This was even really before the hustle was getting going, right? Anywhere from three and a half to like 7 or 8, right? And so touches per week. Then I realized, okay, well, what would it look like? There's a bunch of other data that we looked at, but if we produced a series of a show, like a season let's say of a show, like 13 episodes for a quarter, one per week, it would cost us in this little back of the envelope. It would be like, oh, $10,000, right? Well, the ebooks we were producing that were really successful. Each of those ebooks basically cost $10,000. So we started to kind of put in the math together. And the TLDR was the best companies in the world at driving traffic, audience and eyeballs are media companies. They are the worst at monetizing them. Probably the best business and monetizing is SaaS or software, like depending on how you look at it, but they're very good at monetizing traffic. Probably kind of terrible at driving traffic actually. If you really compare it, this is what I love going to certain conferences where there's a lot of direct response to people or ecommerce people because just the conversations are just insane. You're like, oh, you're on such a different level than any B2B marketer I've ever met. When it comes to brand or ecommerce, or Facebook ads, those types of things. So long story short, that was kind of the beginning. And we basically thought, okay, we're going to do media. And the difference between an inbound marketing and about media strategy is that it ended up media as basically you're producing episodic content. And most of the time, it is podcast or most of the time. It is video. It could be written episodic as well, but you're trying to build audience rather than just try to drive people to an ebook or some sort of offer. And sale, we basically had 8 different podcasts or video series. One was priced in pitch teardown, like you mentioned. And we did it in a very bootstrap way in the sense of we got costs a season of profitable report costs us like two grand, a season of pricing page tear down costs is probably 5 grand. We got the episode cost down a lot. We worked a lot on that before scaling certain things or adding different shows because we knew we wanted more show us because you want to align shows to audiences or line shows to pain points. So we do a show on pricing because unless you're a stand like you are, you're only really looking for it and when you have that problem, right? And then you binge the entire season, right? And so we did this before all the cool kids did. I just always like to point that out whenever I get a chance. And we did it because we were thinking about what was going to be the best way up the mountain. And built out a team at sale. We had about 5 people on the team, which is pretty cool. Because it's a pretty scrappy scene for what we're doing. And you just get a lot of benefits. The first conference I went to after probably about a quarter of doing this. The conference before I would get on stage and be like, oh, who here has heard of price intelligently or profile well? And you'd get scattered a couple hands, right? Because people read our content, which is always deep. That conference I went to after that quarter is 75, 80% of the room, because we started doing video. And video just gets a wider audience. People like to consume it. They share it more. People are just lazy, right? And certain types of content I want to do only written. But it was pretty powerful. And then it also made just look so much bigger than we are. It was also part of the value of the sale was, oh, we have this brand. We have so many people, not only using this free product now, which has about 30,000 companies using it. But we also had so many people just eyeballs. Coming to us. And I think it definitely played out the thesis, which I think is great. That's pretty incredible, man. And the content, the quality was incredible. It was like high production quality and Nicole my cofounder and wife, she's a New York film academy graduate. So we really are snobs when it comes to watching content. Come on, make a little bit of an effort here. You don't have to have your laundry in the background or whatever. The point is, is that it felt a lot more expensive than 5 grand for a season. It felt really like really well done. So well done with that, for sure. You are in my opinion are probably the pricing expert. I can't think of anybody who's more a seasoned when it comes to pricing and packaging and value and all that kind of stuff. Over the years, what is some area in pricing or pricing pages or packaging? Did you change your mind on? Did you feel staunch about one? At one point and feel like, I don't think I believe that anymore. Yeah. I used to be very anti freemium, wow. Because you're the pricing person and you're talking about free, right? The price is zero. But the reason I was because I didn't realize streaming is not a part of your pricing. It's part of your acquisition. And I think people, because $0 plan, they put part of pricing. You got to think about freemium as like a premium ebook, right? That's really what you're doing is you're opening the top of your funnel with a very high quality piece of content, which is a free product. So that's a big one that I've changed on. I think that like all entrepreneurs and content writers, I think in the early days, you're a little more sure of yourself. You have to do this. You have to do this. And

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"$200 million" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

07:51 min | 2 d ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"Those things where, okay, this is really effective thing. They're not taking it seriously enough. And I don't know why that is. But I was not enamored with the culture. You're kind of getting a theme here. And I was basically thinking, I'm in my mid 20s, let's just jump out, right? And that was a really hard decision given my background, but I realized if I worst case scenario, I'll get a job as a barista, digging ditches, working construction. And I think that's the whole concept of stay a poor, as long as possible if you want to start a business. Because all of a sudden, I didn't have a mortgage. I didn't have kids. So it was a lot easier to jump out and start. I didn't think of it perfectly like that. At the time. But the thing I'm trying to get across too is it wasn't this magical idea that I had been thinking about for a long time. Let's just see what could happen, right? Let's just see and figure it out. And keep in mind, I knew nothing. I knew next to nothing. I knew how to think because my background's in econometrics and math. I did Intel analysts. I was sales off to Google these types of things. But Google's idea of marketing is paid ads. They don't teach you how to market, they don't teach you any of these things. So when I jumped out, I was like, oh, we're going to do marketing. It's paid ads. I didn't know anything about SEO, anything about content and anything about anything, right? Anyway, anything about product, I knew nothing, right? And so this pricing thing was actually at first a software product. So you basically would send a survey with some questions. We would take the data from those questions. We would calculate elasticity. And when I say we, it was just me in a room for like 18 hours a day. I had some part time cofounders, which was really problematic, everything's great now. But it was one of those things where. Yeah, it's a royal week, right? To make a really long story short, what we found is that and this is where the service business came into play. The beauty of a service business, if you I think the beauty of a service business is that if you have it, but you know you want to evolve from it. Unless you're fine just with an agency or a service business. Because we were like, oh no, we know that services should be the thing we do here. But VCs don't like services. So we shouldn't do it. But basically these people came to us and they said, I really like the output of the software, but I don't want to do the work. Right. All right, well let's do the work for you. And they're like, well, really, we want you to do the work and we want you to kind of come in and tell us what to do. Literally one of our first customers, we were there to settle an argument. Here's the data, here's what we think. This person's really no one was right. But this is the more right answer. And therefore we go. And we're like, services, and we'll pay you a lot of money. We're like, okay, so that's what kind of evolved. And then what the thinking was is, okay, well, what if we cash flowed the product business? And we cash flowed and started building this business and eventually we'll get to at first it was we're going to host every pricing page in the world, then there was a bunch of other ideas. And this point we had brought Peter on to lead kind of the sales side. And I think that what really worked out is we always knew we wanted to evolve from the service business. And I think the reason that works so well is because we had about 50, 60, I think at the time was actually at 70% margin on that business because the pricing was good. And the problem was the good thing was we poured all of that back into the business. This is going to say it was funding the software. Okay. And if you have this vision of we're going to get beyond where we are, that's what you do. If you don't, you end up taking those distributions, right? And all of a sudden, yeah, we'll throw 10% in development. But no, we were like, we want to build something big. This is our funding quote unquote. So every single dollar was going into investments somewhere, right? And this was a good and bad thing because it was how we were funding ourselves, right? That first year, the first 6 months of the business, it was just me, I sold like a $112,000 worth of services, essentially. And then that next year, I think Peter and with help from me sold, I think it was probably like a half a million. So all of a sudden, things are stacking up and we're getting this funding. The issue, there's a couple of issues with this, but that was basically where we went. And when we were thinking about the product, we were helping a company that was about to IPO with their pricing. And we discovered that they were calculating churn and MRR incorrectly. And while that was happening, which if you're not in SaaS, this is the equivalent of opening your bank account, seeing the number and still getting it wrong. It's just that fundamental of a number. This is a common issue, by the way. Yeah, totally. And what we wanted to do was we wanted to get to something that was more ubiquitous in terms of software. So we kind of started putting two together. And the original thought was, this will give us the data to do the pricing stuff we want. So if I get your financial data, I can then say, okay, here you got a bunch of value, but here's where pricing is wrong. And if you just click this button in your pricing, you'll be magical, right? And long to make the rest of it as short as possible, we weren't going to give that away for free. We started giving it away for free because there's a bunch of competitors in the market. We started realizing analytics products are terrible to build. Because you do a lot of work to get accuracy. And no one, no customer appreciates it. They're never willing to pay that much. Three figures a month, maybe four figures a month, maybe a $1000 if you're a large enough. But you also don't get that scale. So you don't get your smallest customer in your largest customer willing to pay vastly different sums of money. So it's just a terrible recurring revenue business. And we're going to shut it down, but then this thesis came, which is what we've had since, which was, well, what if we got the data? And then that data trained our algorithms to do things like lower your cancellation rate automatically, optimize your pricing automatically. These types of things. And it wasn't even about the network effect of free of getting customers. It was very much well if we get every single customer or every single user basically improves those algorithms, we can't be beat. Because even if someone builds the functionality we have, they're not going to have the data we have. Unless they copy and paste the exact same strategy. But frankly, no one was insane enough to build basically a bootstrap business to build a free product on data, which is not cheap, right? And I think we were just naive to think it would be easier, right? Which is kind of the classic story where the first time founders, of course, will go after it. Three quick notes to run this out. One free is beautiful when it is better than the paid competition because it gets the reaction that you gave. Why is this free? What's going on here? And it's not about, oh, they monetize through this other thing. But it's more about why I would be crazy to use this paid competitor. And then on top of that, when these guys call me or email me to have a phone call about selling me something, I'll feel obligated to take it. And the thesis turned out to be right. And then the two other things in services. One, I think one of the biggest mistakes we make made is we didn't take some money out of the business. My average salary over the 9 and a half years was $71,000. It was basically like zero in the beginning, 30 grand. Again, no kids, no mortgage. And then at the end, my salary was a 150,000 a year. But even with COVID, I was the first one to be like, oh, go to zero. Because when we furloughed some people. And it definitely in a no distributions in terms of profit, even though some years we did have profit or we could have

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"$200 million" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

02:47 min | 2 d ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"Hey, welcome to the $100 MBA show helping you build a better business every single day with our daily ten minute business lessons for the real world. I'm your host, your coach, your teacher, Omar's at home. I'm also the cofounder of webinar ninja and innovative software company. I started by cofounder back in 2014. In today's episode, is a special extended interview episode. Every once in a while, we like to sit down with an incredible mind with an incredible entrepreneur and learn from their journey starting and growing a business. Today we have a very, very special episode. I sat down with Patrick Campbell. Patrick is the founder of prophet well, who bootstrap his business all the way to acquisitions sold it to paddle for $200 million. Patrick recently sold the business and I wanted to sit down with him to learn about his journey. How he became the person that can build a business like this that's worth $200 million. Some of the challenges he had along the way, and what were the deciding factors to sell his business? And what does it mean for him now after it's all said and done? There's so much I got from this conversation. I can't wait for us to dive in. So let's get into it. Let's get

Vivek Ramaswamy: The Crucial Difference of Strive

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01:54 min | Last month

Vivek Ramaswamy: The Crucial Difference of Strive

"So I started a new company It's called strive It is competing directly with BlackRock and what's drive is doing is we launched our first fund this is the first of many to come but we launched a first fund which is a U.S. energy index fund What does that mean It invests in the large American energy companies the other index funds also do the same thing But the crucial difference is that we apply a different voice and vote to those companies We mandate American energy companies to drill to frac to do whatever allows them to be most successful without apologizing for it And without advancing somebody else's political agenda or somebody else's climate change agenda by imposing that un American energy companies And you'll love the ticker of it then I rang the bell of the New York Stock Exchange a couple of weeks ago It is called DRL drill It trades on the New York Stock Exchange And the thing I loved about it is it was in the first week We had a $100 million before even the end of the second week The second full week isn't even done In the middle of the second week we crossed $200 million And I'm so grateful because it comes from the support of everyday citizens I'll explain them to you You'll understand this is the average trade size in the first week was less than like $5000 The average trade size of the other index funds or the other ETFs as they call them that reached over a $100 million within the first week was much higher What does that signal that sense to me And we had hundreds of thousands of visits to our website in the first couple of weeks that strive dot com and strive funds dot com Is that everyday citizen is hungry for this message because their money has historically been abused by somebody else to advance these toxic agendas We say we're done with that Let's get companies to focus back on their products And yes focus on profits without having to apologize for it

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Warner Brothers Has a Big Decision to Make About Ezra Miller

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02:25 min | Last month

Warner Brothers Has a Big Decision to Make About Ezra Miller

"Speaking of badass, I shouldn't say that because he's not a badass. Let's just call him an ass. Ezra Miller, I've talked about him for the last couple of weeks. This is the guy that plays the flash Ezra Miller is a terrible person. He's been arrested and, you know, cops have been after him from anything from kidnapping to shoplifting to assault in Vermont in Hawaii. He's a real prick, but he's the flash. And Warner Brothers, even though they got rid of batgirl and the Scooby-Doo movie, they made no bones about we're keeping the flash and you stalked going, well, what does this guy have to do to lose the movie? Now Warner Brothers has a decision to make. About the flesh. And this is the last time I'm going to talk about it, but there's three options Warner Brothers has. In one scenario, the crazy Ezra Miller, with the support of his mother, I'm not going to say their mother, I refuse to do the pronoun bullshit for non binary people I refuse to do it. So forget it. His mother, who's currently with him, in the first scenario, Ezra Miller should seek professional help and maybe, you know, give an interview at some point, explaining his erratic behavior of the past few years, then they could do like a limited press for the flash sort of thing and the movie would open and send him as planned. That scenario number one. Scenario number two is Ezra doesn't seek help. Maybe they can release the film in theaters as planned, but Ezra would not have a prominent role in terms of marketing and publicity. So you see the movie, he's not going to go out there in front of the movie and talk about it and publicize it. No, no talk show appearances, et cetera. And maybe they recast future flash films. Actually, they would have to. Third scenario, the situation where Ezra Miller deteriorates even further, which is not out of the question. This would see Warner Brothers killing the movie outright because it can't be reshot with a different actor at this point. Ezra Miller plays multiple characters and he's in almost every scene, so we're talking about scrapping a $200 million film, which would be unprecedented.

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It's Sickening How Fragile Black People Are Over Racism

The Officer Tatum Show

01:24 min | 2 months ago

It's Sickening How Fragile Black People Are Over Racism

"Sickening to me is saddening to me that black people have been reduced to being the faberge eggs of society. You can't do nothing. You can own a football team. And you hire a coach based on marriage. Can he win you a championship or not? And that coach happened to not be black. They cried racism racism racism. They paying these black quarterbacks. $200 million contracts, but because they don't have a head coach that's black, they racist. Can somebody can somebody explain this to me? The salary cap goes to 80% black players. They're paying hundreds of millions of dollars to black players on the team. And because they don't hire a black coach who makes less money than the black players, then the whole league is racist. If you ask me, white people are disproportionately underrepresented in the NFL. They ain't out here whining and crying. Show me a defensive back that's white that make more money than black defensive backs.

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Charlie Explains Gov. Ron DeSantis' Parental Rights Bill in Florida

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 5 months ago

Charlie Explains Gov. Ron DeSantis' Parental Rights Bill in Florida

"Wonderful Ron DeSantis. I mean, how great is Ron DeSantis, by the way? Isn't he amazing? He's just incredible. He passes like the most boring Bill ever, like super boring. Like you ask 99% of people in Fresno, they'd be like, why is this even controversial? Like, get away from me. Like, of course, obviously. Which is super simple, right? Like 5 seconds, 7 year olds should not be taught about transgenderism or sexual matters. Okay, that's it. Should not be taught about gender. You could read the bill yourself at 7 pages, and then the other part is that if health treatment is given to kids, parents have to be notified, okay? That's it. And so it was called the parental rights and education bill. And so this passes and Disney acted acted as if that somehow this was like a Jim Crow two against trans people or whatever. And they start running these advertisements, like this is a war on trans people. Excuse me, how is not teaching 5 year olds about these very and albeit confusing and highly politicized radical matters, an attack on trans people. And then what was amazing is you saw so many teachers come out and be like, I will not know how to teach my kindergartners anymore about math. That tells me a lot about what you were actually doing in math class. If you're not allowed to talk about anyway, I don't even want to talk about it in public. It's really disgusting, honestly. That's what we used to have words for people like this and that you could fill them in. It's not right. And so, but then most Americans look at this and you feel as if you feel like you're losing your mind at times and you watch the news. It's okay, it's actually part of the design. They want you to feel that way. You're like, wait a second. There's nothing controversial about this. Like 5, 6 and 7 year olds deserve to be protected in their innocent state. I'm not going to apologize for that, then Disney does this whole thing where they're like threatening against the governor of governor Florida. And honestly, Ron DeSantis responded correctly. He told me to cut it out. They didn't. He told him to cut it out again. He didn't. And so he treated Disney like a child because Disney doesn't care about children anymore. He said, okay, what do you do when a child misbehaves after the first couple of times? You punish him put in time out. And he said, okay, Disney, you're losing your $200 million a year tax bonus from the special carve out from the people of Florida like, okay, you're now going to go after the children of Florida and act as if we're the enemies.

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Matt Palumbo Explains George Soros' Influence Over Ukraine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 6 months ago

Matt Palumbo Explains George Soros' Influence Over Ukraine

"Yeah that's funny you say that because Matt's right that's exactly how this started I'm one of the publishers on Matt's book Most of you know that I've told you that when I had him on before about the book But there is a deep tie with George Soros and a lot just George sores but a lot of left wing groups who used Ukraine as a piggy bank Matt for years Now that doesn't absolve Vladimir Putin of any of the terroristic axes can engage in right now I believe in Ukraine But we do deserve an honest history of what happened What's George Soros influence there in Ukraine Is he influential in Ukraine How so what's he up to over there Yeah so are you arguing the book He is arguably more influenced there than any other country A lot of his early involvement in politics was in these post Soviet countries where some of pro business liberals will try to spin it and say he was trying to help spread capitalism but in reality he was just trying to take advantage of the transition You know mainly there was all these state assets that has to be a privatized and he wanted to buy them up for pennies on the dollar And he got influenced or physician himself very early in Ukraine was doing this kind of thing spreading NGOs there trying to help them be stronger against eventual Russian threat At the same time he was also working with Russia So he very commonly plays both sides but his influencing Ukraine isn't really even hidden He spent close to $200 million there since the 90s And this is all obviously publicly documented The Ukrainian newspaper that every year does sort of like their own times 100 list and they put Soros in second place behind the president and ahead of the prime minister

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LA Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer Is Hit by Fresh Sex Abuse Claims

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:23 min | 8 months ago

LA Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer Is Hit by Fresh Sex Abuse Claims

"This woman who was dating the LA Dodgers star pitcher, Trevor Noah, just signed a big $200 million contract and mid season last year, you saw the pictures of her face kind of bruised up and then her comments about the sex was so rough. Trevor, I met on on instagrams and private messaging each other before you know it. We were hooking up. And she showed bruises on, I think she had a black eye, you know, and she'd look like she'd been through the mill a little bit at the police precinct that night whenever she went and filed charges. But this girl destroyed Trevor, Trevor. Did I say Noah? Trevor Bauer, I might have said Trevor Noah because he's always mind that prick. Trevor Bauer, anyhow, she destroyed his season, could have been his whole career because the allegations were brutal. He punched my vagina, he choked me that he chucked me like passed out and Trevor Bauer is going. You guys don't know the whole story, okay? Then the text came out, the private text, in which they talked about. Having rough sex in which she loved it. And after the first time they had it, she wrote back one word more. And he's like, more of what, more of the choking. I got so it made me so excited when I was coming back to after you choked me. I love it. I want more. And he's going, this is the kind of girl this is. We agreed to it. We did it. It may not be your cup of tea or my cup of tea, but two consenting adults can do that.

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The U.S. Will Provide $200 Million in Military Aid to Ukraine Amid Crisis

The Trish Regan Show

01:39 min | 9 months ago

The U.S. Will Provide $200 Million in Military Aid to Ukraine Amid Crisis

"So get your membership, support your values, get your members should get the benefits and do a good thing for yourself and other seniors. I want you to go to amac dot U.S. slash Regan for your membership. You'll get a special deal there. Again, go to amac U.S. slash Regan to become an apec member. Now, it's important. I mean, they've got all kinds of things, as I mentioned, they're going to be trying to get through this filibuster, drop the filibuster anyway, right? That's part of the idea tonight with the talking filibuster. Look, senator Manchin and kyrsten sinema, senator sinema. They've indicated they're not budging on it. And yet, these guys keep coming back and coming back and coming back. I guess they want to be able to say to their voters, what we tried, we tried and in order to really be able to do something we need to have control, we need to have control of the Senate. If they have control of the Senate, we are all going to be up a creek without a paddle. All right, I want to turn to what's going on in Ukraine right now because this increasingly is becoming really quite an issue. We saw Afghanistan as a disaster now. Ukraine is carrying on in that way. In fact, we just got word today that the U.S. is delivering military aid military aid to Ukraine as Russia continues to have all these security demands. Of course, Russia, from their perspective, right if you're in Russia, they don't really like that Ukraine is right there with NATO and not such a friend. And so they feel vulnerable as a result, and to be like, you know, if we had Chinese troops or Russian troops right there in Canada,

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America Gives Biden An "F" For Failure

The Trish Regan Show

01:49 min | 9 months ago

America Gives Biden An "F" For Failure

"Anyway, I want to get to this survey that came out from political and morning consultant. 37% again raiding the president and F that's the grade they're given him after one year in office, not too good there. And then when you look at the rest of the numbers, it really doesn't look that much better, especially when you see that 52% of Americans are raiding him as a quote week leader. Now, that doesn't surprise me. I mean, you see what just transpired over the summer in Afghanistan. You look at what's happening right now in Ukraine, we're now sending weapons to Ukraine $200 million worth. I'm going to get to that in just a moment. But it tells you that on the international stage, there's a weakness right now to America thanks to Joe Biden and I said the other day I titled the podcast, how much damage has been done because a lot has been done. A lot has been done to our reputation on the world stage and that's playing right out in real time right now as we look at this controversy unfolding between Ukraine and Russia and our inability really to do anything. I mean, hey, look, if I'm Putin, I'm saying, well, you know, hey, I got Crimea. With Obama, why shouldn't I get Ukraine now with Biden? And so we're going to get to the second, but it does speak to the weakness perception that Americans have and frankly, probably the rest of the world has. A lot of people also don't see him as healthy. They don't see him as being in good health, which understandably, you know, given his age, 79 years old and his inability to communicate at times really has hurt him, they also recognize his lack of communication skills. And so just 20% are giving Joe Biden a B 18% grading him a C and just the smallest survey of people there are 11% would actually give him an a, those must be like the die hard

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Daily Wire: Joe Biden Withholds $200M in Military Assistance Against Invasion of Ukraine

Mark Levin

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Daily Wire: Joe Biden Withholds $200M in Military Assistance Against Invasion of Ukraine

"We have this from our Friends at the what is it The daily wire Biden withholding $200 million in military assistance as Russia prepares for possible full scale invasion How come he's not impeached for that Democratic presidential President Biden holding off on delivering military assistance to Ukraine as Russia prepares for what money experts believe is an invasion Biden administration prepared a $200 million package of additional military assistance for Ukraine in recent weeks but out off on delivering it despite appeals from Kyiv and some lawmakers NBC News reported The administration's delay of the smaller shipment of weapons and military equipment was designed to give more time for diplomatic efforts to diffuse tensions And to retain leverage in the case of a Russian attack on Ukraine

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Park in Pelosi's District Slated to Receive $200M

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | 11 months ago

Park in Pelosi's District Slated to Receive $200M

"So what is the deal? I'm gonna have a column up at The Washington Post shortly on Nancy Pelosi, $200 million for the presidio park. What is the deal with that, Jake? How in the world does someone justify $200 million for your neighborhood park? Well, it is a very nice park, but you're right. I actually have not completely seen how they how in the text it directs the money to the presidio park, whether it makes the presidio park eligible for the funds or as you know you, but many people don't know sometimes in the era of note earmarks, sometimes language is written that only makes one entity eligible like it says for parks that include X Y and Z and our of a certain size. But yes, I mean, listen, this is the power of being a congressional leader, right? I mean, we saw how Rogers used to do this when he was the appropriation share used to shuffle lots of money to Kentucky and Shelby Richard Shelby of Alabama does the same thing for Alabama. But you're absolutely right. It's something that people are outraged about.

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Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 11 months ago

Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster

"There. Sunny bunch welcome, all thanks Sonny available at sunny bunch on Twitter. He also is the host of across the movie aisle, great podcast on movies. The bulwark goes to the movies and many other fine things. So sunny, you are not sending us to a band at palooza. I hope tomorrow. I hope you have something for us to see in the theaters. Well, we could talk about drumline. I feel like that is a band the band of palooza sort of movie, right? Well, South American park. Of drumming groups. So what's coming out? All right, so we are in that weird stretch where we have a marvel movie out that weekend before, which means that nobody wants to release a movie this weekend. Because nobody wants to compete in either of the first two weekends with the marvel movie. So in theaters, your options are a little bit light right now. But Netflix has not scared of marvel. Netflix is not scared of marvel. They are releasing one of their big blockbuster movies of the year this weekend. It's called red notice. They probably noticed any ads for it because they don't show ab but it is a big $200 million heist by way of Indiana Jones style movie. Starring Dwayne, The Rock Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot as a trio of well, technically, Dwayne Johnson is like an FBI agent who's trying to clear his name. Ryan Reynolds is an art thief and Gal Gadot is another art thief she competing our thief. They are trying to steal or recover three eggs, the eggs of Cleopatra, which are these ancient artifacts, not real, not a real artifact that ancient artifacts from Egypt that were given to Cleopatra on her wedding day and their price list are very they're very valuable and they are trying to they're trying to recover these. Dwayne Johnson, so we can clear his name to our thieves right rental, so they can sell them to a Egyptian businessman who wants to give them to his own daughter as a wedding

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"$200 million" Discussed on DLC

DLC

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on DLC

"These interactions to truly. Wow these strangers and make their day. There are moments of pure hype moments that can provide a good laugh as well as moments that are very poignant and candidly deep and moving. It always helps to the beats. He raps over our fire. It's called the omega bars series on his youtube channel and i'd recommend it to anyone who's looking for entertaining stuff to watch on youtube. You don't even need to be a fan of rap to be blown away by his ability and demeanor really appreciate hanging with you to every week. All the best eric fascinating. I had an opportunity. I mean i've seen this. I went and checked out. Harry max channel. Eric is not exaggerating. It is highly entertaining completely. Amazing and truly heartwarming. Like he is. He's meet these people that are randomly and he'll be like. Hey could i just a wrap for you. And they're like i. I guess he's like give me three random things to rap about and then he proceeds to blow their minds. It's it's really cool. So i highly recommend i'll add to eric's recommendation harry mac on youtube pulled out now and jazz inscribed. I remember to do it. You're gonna dig it. It's it's it's assist impressive. How he's able to he'll he'll be wrapping and he'll work in the words that they want and then they'll like scratch their face or put their hands on their face. And you put your hands on. Your face is like talk like wrapping and it's incredible. He's like it's amazing anyway. Low clip of and it was actually really good. They're gonna dig. It's jack the rabbit hole last night. I was like this grenoble anyway. If you'd like to have your parting gift read on the show. Send it to us to dc feedback at g. Mail dot com. All right. that's going to do it for this episode of d. l. c. thanks again to michelle moro atlanta shinsegi for being with me. I really appreciate it. It's been so much fun. Thanks to our musical contributors patrick l. sean madigan and zero star making those fund bumpers. And thanks to each and every one of you who download the show and give us your time. We appreciate it and we'll be back next week until then think about what you put out into the world make it a better place..

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"$200 million" Discussed on DLC

DLC

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on DLC

"This sounds like what's wrong with frigging. What's the game in harry potter. This niche it's like. It's it's like every time i read those books i was like. His game is fundamentally broken. And there's no point in doing any part of the there's all there's beaters and slammers and there's people trying to like one hundred fifty points. Each basket of the awful is half a poet. Wasting your time. You're to win the game. Yeah really broken points. Wise like this thing. Zoos apple shouldn't give so well. It's the combination of no matter. What like as either team scoring within the last two minutes doubles the amount of points because app. Does you score instantly so basically if you get does not gonna say ninety percent. I would love to see the statistics. Ninety percent of the time. That team will win because they can just go and it doesn't matter but he's trying to stop them interrupting the can't 'cause it's instant game is pointless right it. Just wait until zap does and then. That's it right pretty much but people don't a lot of people are new to this game at least a new to moba as you can tell probably from also reasons i assume many of them are actual children younger ages. Who are more into focus on. And i assume a lot of people are into pokemon and have not played a lotta mobile. So there's a lot of what i think is fundamental moba knowledge. That people don't have also infuriates me like if the enemy team shows up to try and kill you stop killing a wild poke on this just like a little creep in the lane and turn on the team like there are so many things that make me just so angry and then i've been six hours. I should probably stop so. They'll never fix this. They're like no. This is perfectly fine hatch. Notes are so funny because they will. The one of the patch notes was talking about the things that they've changed in a just said for like macho for somebody moves speed changed. But it doesn't tell you if it's faster or slower a different. Yeah i'm playing. Do you like a lot of it too much of it aided. I can't stop playing it as hilarious. I love it. It's reminds me when i was playing. Here's the storm a lot. It was that same thing of like. Okay twenty. I can get an game twenty five minutes so if i have a half an hour if i have a half an hour i can play. Here's the storm. And so i would go okay. There's no universe in which i'm going to sit down and play a game that i'm gonna play for two out like i'm not gonna play you. Know horizon forbidden wester. Whatever the game your is that you sit down and you play for two hours. I don't have time for that. But i do a half an hour. I can sit down and play. Here's the storm and then two hours later days of heroes of the storm. Yeah i was gonna to be like real complimentary to you that you able to do that. No play one game until you tell it your brain says oh. Yeah no cool. This is the short version. And then you and then you lose that first match and you're like are planning another one. Yeah the third lost. You're like murder everyone that with soon to get you back into. Here's jeff it would be so fun it would take very little to get me back into heroes honestly. Yeah tweet you my battle tag and we'll see what happens it would. It's i owned my life for a long time. I had a coach. i can't serious about it. yeah. I heard that. Oh no god no. I had a coach on cannot over here. Now no no you never i mean i wish in my wildest dreams. I coach to get me to halfway competent. I was like what was your trying to get out of gold. I wasn't Nothing to write home asked all the diamond. We doubt. I wish my dream diamond dreamed of diamond. Anyway that is awesome. That's pokemon unite eight gets atlanta's one hundred percent seal of approval miami. I can't stop so important part. I guess i've been my play. Well actually i.

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"$200 million" Discussed on DLC

DLC

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on DLC

"Way like a bunch of friends who Mogas of. I have somebody who started dating somebody. And they're not super intimate. Was they and get into fight night because of all the other touch points because it's poke him on he's short games and because there's like a smaller pool of potential pokemon. You can play so there's less to sort of learn on the uptake where something like league like. I don't even know how many champions they have. One hundred fifty six heroes eighty something plus like so as laurie. Four twenty two. He had night not much at all. But it is so deeply flawed. There's a mechanic of zap gifts to sort of combine to be superfly. It's pronounced tremor tusk. You know what. I'll never iraq from you jeff. You already have some editing too on that stand in from here on out a better way to say anyway. You said really weird. And i had to make a joke. I'm sorry what. I respected because one hundred percent. Do the same thing to you so there's two mechanics so in the last two minutes of any match. It's like the final segment or whatever. The name of it is and all so the difference. Between this and other mobile's there's many but one of them is rather than having forced or keeps in a lane that you're trying to destroy that can shoot you when do damage to you. There's sort of baskets like basketball. And you're collecting these globes to go channel on on the baskets to score and based on how many of the globes you currently have on your okay possession. It'll take longer free to score a basket And if you score up to a hundred on Baskets it destroys it in lane and now they have few were like places to get health or get like little speed boost or even like sort of court to in to get into the battle faster. So there's reasons for wanting to do that but the way that you win a match is scoring the most points in these baskets so in the last two minutes of any match any point you score is doubled. Oh so people like hardiman. Keep him till the end as so. That's one thing that some people do because it's like the one hundred people the ones that are further out in lane. It's still good to try and destroy so that some of them earlier because it'll take away health opportunities for the enemy team to heal lecturing team fights and things like that but the mechanic zap does which also spawns with two minutes left in the game like a boss like for Here's the storm. Jeff your touch point. Yeah he used to be my my true love. I haven't played in a long time. I broke my habit but it was. It was bad for a while. Yes this is the longest streak. I've personally ever gonna throw playing. It's been like two and a half months. Yeah i mean. I i was. I was like so addict addicted in the way. That sounds like you are with this game. Yeah mad about itself. And so that does zapped spawns like a golamur or something Map and doing. And if you your team kills zap does it means you don't have to channel to score points you instantly score interesting okay and so then meg hundred baskets real quick. I mean you can make five baskets really quick and if each person has fifty points it doubles five hundred points and you win you know points up to that point. You know this is this. Sounds like sorry interrupt you. This sounds like what's wrong with frigging. What's the game in harry potter. This.

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Michele Moro Reviews Marvel's Midnight Suns

DLC

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Michele Moro Reviews Marvel's Midnight Suns

"Michelle you our guests. You get first pick of stories. What would you consider to be your story of the week. Well i think the These away the marvels midnight suns game play. We're talking about well could they. If if that's your choice. I think that's a great one to pick. I personally think that went like that. Looks like my speed of game for sure. And by the way that was a really long Amount of gameplay that they show too. Yeah yeah this week. We had kind of had their exclusive reveal of the of the game play of midnight sons last week. We were talking about the cg announcement trailer of midnight sons. And i got all excited about doing a marvel property and this kind of cool vampiric you know marvel marvel characters but done in this kind of cool. Yeah a different take on the marvel universe well and it's like it's a card game you know so it's gotta be how combat but it's it's like a full on rpg two where you can you know. Every hero in the game has different abilities. And whatever like you can be defensive or protective whatever. And they're going to be lots of costumes and whatever but one of the things they've really honed in on his. You have these little side stories that you can do with like the different avengers like you take a walk with tony stark. In like get to know him better. I just think it's kind of like appreciate the fact that this like. Rpg hard name has like this extra layer of actual like role playing involved. But

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Julius Randle Agrees to 4-Year, $117 Million Extension With New York Knicks

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Julius Randle Agrees to 4-Year, $117 Million Extension With New York Knicks

"Does it mean to that franchise to have all Star forward Julius Randle locked up and agreeing to a four year $117 million contract extension? Good for the Knicks because I want to give somebody credit. Somebody put it on Twitter, and they said that he was like the 45th highest paid player. Even you know, looking at that extension and And going out over the coming seasons. Something like 45th. Okay, so the highest paid player Excuse me, And so when you have a player on that contract, even if he progressive even if he's you know 90% or 80%. Of the Julius Randle in this coming season that we saw last year. That's still a very good contract. So this is beneficial for the Knicks photo is smarter. Julius Randle, You never know what's gonna happen. Um, the season leading up here. Unrestricted free Do you think He left a lot of money potential money on the board. He could have signed a $200 million deal next summer if everything went well, but he took the security and he gave the next some cat flexibility moving forward by doing that to me. This was the rare win when Where player and team kind of both benefit from a situation

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"$200 million" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Unchained

"So i i do actually nor the stats for that. So recently checked in with g. who's the head of girth. Axiom sanity to ask him exactly this. Because i wanted to know how much it had grown since i wrote that very first article in august last year when i didn't know it was the back then actually had less than five hundred daily active uses. And today it's well over half a million and one hundred even one year later now in terms of where they're coming from They do have a global audience. But it's expected that at least fifty sixty percent of them from the philippines so it's certainly has a huge player base here. I guess like in terms of impact in our this is kind of a segue but if you look at something like el salvador which has just taken on. Bitcoin intensive legal tenda that originated from a rural community in el salvador. Bitcoin beach that was using bitcoin. In demonstrating its use case. So i guess this is where i get really excited about the power of rural communities. Really kinda control. These conversations and have huge impact in terms of decisions and actions taken at a very high level but has it expanded out from the rural areas in the philippines to cities as well or is it still a raw from not phenomenon. Yeah absolutely. I think it's really popular in the rural areas Just because it does give people access to income generation that is very hard to combine those areas of most people who are in rural areas. They don't they don't have a lot of options like petite early in the fallout of the pandemic. Which you know. The philippians is still very much. Struggling with people. Lost their jobs. overseas filipino workers have been repatriated and you know they come harm to a place. That didn't really have enough jobs. Ohio off wages of before they left so people are looking for better ways to earn money but that rhetoric. I think is kind of exciting to anyone. I guess what i hear. Is that anyone who he is. What a fun game that. I can make money off their kind of interested to learn more. And i guess friends in australia. Who applying it and getting side that they made fifty bucks off playing a game this week so it definitely resonates well beyond just the philippines terms of provincial areas. So we're gonna discuss a little bit more some of the recent developments around axiom affinity but for a quick word from the sponsors can make this show possible nearly three hundred and thirty eight million dollars where the nf teas were sent last year and in two thousand twenty one..

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"$200 million" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"So cooper cooper cooper talks to the two of them. I have a brief career interested in listening to it. Sure i mean. Apparently they were surprised to talk to you earlier in the day you got. The call was at saturday this walking walking down a path and the phone rang. And it's jeff bezos saying that. He felt that we needed to do something to support people who are trying to bring people together across racial lines political lines and you wanted to to be supportive. And then lauren as partisan that we want to give you a hundred million dollars to do it and i literally lost the ability to speak sort of burying the lead. When did you find out. Yeah from the same time. I mean they've gone on. The thing was is. What can we do to try to start investing in how to change the wall plate. The for the time on hitomi. Who say i won't ask for you with with these money. Wistar finding ways to say hanger finally once and for all. He's going to be a problem. Bass we need to be both and the moment we both is now. I'm just reading and it was a video. Praising jones for bringing people together climate justice and racial justice van jones has called himself a communist in the past that you know that i mean he was the green jobs adviser for brcko obama into this know whatever climate justice and all that greg crap which nobody cares about i mean nobody He also did Said that he thought the bush administration might have Known about the nine eleven attacks on the world trade center before they happen. I mean he's a left-wing cook who Makes everything about climate and racial justice. Whatever everything's about race and climate and it just typical guy and he gets one hundred million dollars to play with just so bizarre anyway. I wish i had friends like that. And i even even. Jeff bezos could. You couldn't thought you couldn't come up with more worthy more better ways to spend your two hundred million after you had your little play ride in in the space but anyway let's finish with another dank. I've i've known i've dealt with. I dealt with dion sanders years ago. I know what kind of dinky is he he's he. He's the ultimate self absorbed narcissistic egomaniac. It's all about him. And i'm not sure if you've followed his career but you know i think he does a podcast with with barstool or he did and that means of bars to love them and talks about what a regular guy baloney. He's not a regular guy he's he's a fraud yesterday to stories break about About dion sanders. The coach at jackson state where he went to four and three last year. You know hired a bunch of. Nfl guys is coach. A lot of attention didn't have a great year. We'll see how he does. I'm sure he's done great. On the recruiting trail. Apparently got some five star. Recruits are forced to recruits. He walked out of a press conference yesterday. I believe it was yesterday because a reporter called him. You ready for this. Tell me dion the horror. They called him dion. Which and i double checked. I dealt with him. I did a long one on one interview with him. Once and i made him cry just talking about his personal life. I'm pretty sure i call them. Dion well he says if you're gonna call nick sabin coach. You have to call him coach. I told you was arrogant now. He wants to be treated like nick sabin but a reporter is supposed to call you. Bet your name or mr sanders. Not supposed to call you coach. Because you don't they don't play for you idiot. This comes from a guy. There was a reporter in tuscaloosa called. Nick sabin nick and another reporter. Because there's a lot of real world class chuck sniffers in that world snapped at the reporter. Said call him coach. Show some that's that's but it's it's but we are talking about the greatest coach in college football history all right. This is the on sanders. A guy who just was one game above five hundred and he'll get bored and he'll quit probably at this year but he was upset that they called him by his name and walked out with the press conference. That was bad now. We find out on the same day. Believe a the same day they would not let a reporter from the clarion. Ledger down there jackson into a press conference because they blocked him people who work for dion. Stop them from coming to a press conference because the guy reported on a recruit who is expected to plead. Guilty to a misdemeanor. A domestic violence charge against highly the highest rank recruit. The dealers landed that the team has ever had They the guy's name is rashad milligan or the reporter reporting with a reporter reported that the guy was being charged with this crime up so the reporters were shared michigan. That right yes. We're puerto rashad. Milk blocked by two jackson state officials from covering the press conference because he reported on this recruit named quad areas davis a four star wide receiver. Sorry about connected to plead guilty of assault on that caused bodily injury to a family member misdemeanor texas so he's reporting on the crime and dion ordered the man to be removed or blocked from covering the team pet. This guy's beyond arrogant arrogant. I mean he's just an a-hole he's always been an a-hole..

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"$200 million" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Oh my god that wash when you lose the washington post when you're part of the bind regime and you lose cnn It isn't it isn't going to end. Well it's not going to end well for this hack and that's a good thing. That's that's a win for the people. I want to mention one other thing on the virus Because this thing this went virtually. I didn't hear much about it. I don't people are still debating the vaccination for kids which is insane but their schools requiring it sports requiring it. They're kids who are thirteen fourteen. Fifteen who have to decide whether the i mentioned a kid. Friend of mine's kid who's sixteen and has to decide whether he wants the vaccine because he's he wants to school that requires it. It's a big decision for a lot of families and this kind of went under the radar. But you know He's pretty prominent guy. Marty mccarey is. He's the head of the johns hopkins guys pretty prominent out there and a critic of generally of a foul in the in the biden regime but he had a piece in the wall street journal earlier this week and it and it didn't get a lot of attention for good reason and it mentions the number of kids who died last year of kogo number of children. I believe this seventy five million children under eighteen in the country. Yes do you know the number who died of covert of the seventy five million kids in the country. I'm gonna guess it's in the hundreds but you tell me good guess. Three hundred and thirty five senior. How many according commodity mccarey and his team of researchers do you know how many of the kids who died did not have a serious preexisting condition such as leukemia. how many died. How many kids. I'm going guess a dozen dozens the answer to that and this is. I'm reading from the wall street journal. Right now i'll report funded metality rate of zero among children without a pre existing medical conditions such as leukemia. Zero five million kids Three hundred thirty five dead zero without a serious underlying medical condition..

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"$200 million" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"The the really alarmingly low numbers are among blacks among spandex. They're not getting vaccinated. I mean you talk about. The state of mississippi has thirty three thirty four percent vaccinated. Ingram i know. I know they want to blame. Social media influencers on on on facebook or on fox news. And at ain't no they're saying yeah. It's twelve people responsible for what you know. Sixty percent of the population of some states not getting vaccinated. That's ridiculous i mean. When when the overwhelming you know corporate news sources are out there just saying get vaccinated give access so it's not. It's not that they're getting way. More inundated with people telling them get vaccine vaccinated. But this is this is what biden biden turned and said you're stadium is become a lifeline for families in tampa bay spring administering nearly two hundred thousand vaccine shots. And you all who don't who don't have shot get one okay. Get one any looked at the players can you. Can you see them. You look at the video. I just. I'm looking at the quote because radi was there and and i know they don't wanna put him on the spot. Nobody wants to really hear him speak from the heart because when he speaks from the heart he can be a weirdo. Let's be honest. I mean he has some bizarre thoughts like he knows how to avoid. I swear to god he knows. He thinks he knows the secret to beating beating old age. The he's he knows how to stay. He thinks he's benjamin button. He really believes in these things. And i'll tell ya it's hard to blame him because you know he. He's forty four. Just want a super bowl. I mean he's he's by far the oldest guy in the league the oldest player in the league by far the oldest But the i mean everything. He has defied the odds. And it's a it's a. It's a chicken and egg thing defy the odds and then you believe beat beat aging. Beat injury beat illness somewhere along the lines. He became one hundred percent convinced that he's different that he can do these things that no one else could do. And i'll bet you one of those things is to avoid to to build up your old natural immunities and fend off any corona virus. That's affecting other people if brady were to get infected. It would be a wild story. Because first of all we would find out then that he didn't get vaccinated and didn't want to get back and secondly it would seem to be the he would seem he would seem vulnerable for the first time in. i don't know how long since he bernard pollard. Blue his acl in two thousand and eight. Don't you think it's highly probable bold that everybody would cover that up if he got code because it hurts everybody. The nfl hurts. The you know the administration the corporate media hurts him. His brand hurts everybody if he if he has quoted they were asked. Jen sacchi was asked. Why don't think trump to give to a psa. Why don't they give trump more credit. Why don't they make. It seem like we're all in this together. My trump developed the vaccine. Obviously trump spearheaded operation or speed while he was doing it. Biden and harris said I'm not taking. I'm not taking a vaccine. If it's a trump taxation they're the ones that Spread the misinformation the doubts. They're the ones they were the biggest anti vaxxers out there. Once biden took office it became his mission to get everyone vaccinated. She was asked why they don't bring it trump and she said well. I don't think he needs an embroidered. Invitation to help us out on his off social media. Where where would you tell anybody. How would he. Maybe could call his allies. You know his foot. Soldiers like zuckerberg and dorsey co his pals and say could you give. Trump is account back. Just you know till we get everyone back. Aided i mean yesterday when this brady biden things going on would have been a great time for trump to have his twitter comeback now. Granted i much of the tweets were nonsense. He tweeted like a fifteen year old boy much of the time. But wouldn't you have liked to have heard. His interpretation of the brady biden exchanges yesterday and bray brady just going to the white house for a change when he didn't go and trump. Was there when nice fuse to go. Just part of this nonpolitical nonpartisan event. Happy event celebration. The patriots went brady. Didn't go because ratings wife didn't want him to go and he wants to keep his wife happy. That's why i. I mean it is a slap in the face to trump. I mean this is his old friend. Trump did a lot for brady. Brady was young and single and you know floating around on a private jet brought to the usa pageant. Played golf at the finest courses Brady decided. I don't think he'll publicly. Rip last trump. But he decided he couldn't could no longer be friends because it upset people in his family. Bats i'm pretty sure that's the truth and that's what we saw yesterday. A guy who felt free to do what he wanted with his teammates and didn't knew there would be no real backlash. there would be no real follow politically. Because he doesn't want any part of that but we will see if anyone in tampa. i mean. they'd they start practicing today. I believe that's how they get the whole team together. You know just before. They took the field. They flew up the dc. I know everyone loves to do that. It's a good time to have a good bonding experience. A when they're accessible to the media. Like i think beginning today maybe tomorrow soon someone has to ask someone in tampa has to say tom. You vaccinated and it brady says ninety a business. That's fine because it's not necessarily everyone's business. It's his decision my body my choice but if he's going to be honest and says no. That is a huge story. I don't need it because they the right now. I mean the people not getting vaccinated are choosing to not ever has the info. Everyone has the access. If you're not back soon you've already made your decision. Don't you agree that everyone has decided they don't want to be vaccinated and something really compelling has to come along to convince them otherwise right. Yeah exactly right. So i mean all the psa's are all please from biden or sacchi or whoever is going to make any difference now. These are people have already decided. They don't want they're not doing it now. You could force them by saying you can't play or you have to play with a mask on or you can't fly on the plane until you get vaccinated you could do that have that kind of mandate but if they were looking for guys to just make public pleased to i mean i d- again your first thought is trump because he's trump and there are lots of trump's supporters that aren't vaccinated not not necessarily the the black and hispanic and people in mississippi but there are people in wherever middle america who tompkins who aren't vaccinated. Because they say screw that they don't want to play along. I mean trump effect but brady or someone like that young athletic. He's not that young but maybe other. Nfl players other on lebron has lebron donald j. Because he's you know he does what he's would would would be. Biden regime wants. And you know he. He seems like the type who would do say for vaccination but I haven't seen one. Maybe maybe it will come along but anyway. The wasn't a wasn't a. I think what brady does when he goes public is he drives the brady haters. Nuts and there are a lot of them. There are millions of that. Just hate the set of..

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"$200 million" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"We will play that too And you tell me you tell me this is not really important but you tell me if you think. Joe biden understood why the jersey was number forty six. I'm telling you right now kerala. He does not. He did not make the connection. He does not understand why they gave him number forty six now on his jersey with his name on it but anyways is a side of that there are two jokes both of them pretty lame. But both of 'em about About the current president but were they slapped by where they slaps at trump. Let's listen to the the whole speech was like two and a half minutes long and it was typical brady. Just you know cliches and latitudes and everything's wonderful but these two jokes kind surprised me because they were political in nature and i think there was a chance that the people buying support us biden probably didn't even get the jokes but the bind support is the in the room. We're going to go. Ooh that's that's a little that's over the line. Let's not forget you make a joke about election results in perhaps questioning the election results you are in danger of being a deep platform d- if you're just a regular person brady probably doesn't care about that but if you make this joke on twitter on facebook there's a chance that you could get disappeared but the big tech tyrants right. I mean that's right. It's edgy joke about the election. Results wasn't particularly funny. But i'm just gonna ask you toronto and anybody else listening. Anyone commenting here on facebook or youtube. Do you think this is a shot at trump or shot at button. Go ahead and play It didn't look right there at one point. Seven five struggling a little bit as the president alluded to but we found her rhythm. We got on a roll. Not a lot of people think that we have one. In fact i think about forty percent of the people. Still don't think we won. I understand what i mean. Obviously it's too. It's mildly amusing. A forty percents still. Don't think we've won. I guess the the he's alluding to forty percent of trump supporters. Don't think but for good reason. Don't think biden one. So is that a shot at the trump supporters at trump or at biden. So i think that works both ways. I think he's actually taking shot of both parties. I hate to. I hate to not make definitive decision here. But i think that joke works for both and that's probably why someone wrote. It formed talent which i was going to say. That's a perfect brady joke. Then i mean yeah. Losing mildly mischievous and not really insulting to anybody. I mean i think you could take it to the next step and say these crazy paranoid conspiracy nuts. Don't thank you one mr president. But he didn't do that so he didn't really take shot. I mean if there are people and there are millions who don't think the election was on the level for for plenty of reasons but that doesn't make them crazy that there were millions of democrats who don't think trump won legitimately in two thousand and sixteen. That's your question that election..

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AMC Settles 'Walking Dead' Lawsuit for $200 Million

Bryan Suits

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

AMC Settles 'Walking Dead' Lawsuit for $200 Million

"Been settled. AMC Networks has agreed to pay $200 million to settle a lawsuit originally filed in 2013 over profits from the hit The Walking Dead TV show. Executive producer Frank Darabont and Creative Artists Agency LLC will have their existing rights from the show, and it's spin offs bought out by the cable channel. Terrebonne and CIA will still keep their profits from streaming deals. AMC is still facing another lawsuit over profits from the walking dead creator Robert Kirkman and other show producers. Bryan Braman Kft news

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AMC Settles ‘Walking Dead’ Lawsuit With Darabont, CAA for $200 Million

Home with Dean Sharp

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

AMC Settles ‘Walking Dead’ Lawsuit With Darabont, CAA for $200 Million

Microsoft Gives Employees a $1,500 Bonus for Their Pandemic Efforts

77 WABC Early News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Microsoft Gives Employees a $1,500 Bonus for Their Pandemic Efforts

"Is giving away $1500 bonuses to a vast majority of its employees as a gesture of gratitude for working hard during the pandemic. The bonuses will cost Microsoft about $200 million in total. Microsoft executive Kathleen Hogan announced the bonuses will go out in July or August two employees in the U. S and abroad. Employees of Microsoft subsidiaries GT hub linked in and Xena Max will not be receiving the bonus system.

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PREDICT Program Granted $63M to EcoHealth Alliance, Tied to COVID-19 Development

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 1 year ago

PREDICT Program Granted $63M to EcoHealth Alliance, Tied to COVID-19 Development

"Here's the article from Red State quote. The predict program is the key to understanding the funding of ECA Health Alliance. Remember Weaker Health Alliance that group run by Peter Dash shock that viral researcher who was working with the bat Lady and the Wuhan Institute of Virology Virology? And whose tax dollars were passed through equal health alliance to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Remember them? So again, it says to predict program is the key to understanding the funding of Eco Health alliance and its work with the Wuhan Institute. Predict is a research funding program launched in 2000 and nine as a quote early warning pandemic system. Alright. Sounds like a good idea. Right, folks, We want that kind of thing. Well, here's the problem. Between 2000 and nine and 2019. The predict program funded the collection of more than 41 Day. Excuse me, 140 down. I screwed this up this way to 140,000 biological samples that contained as many as 1200 coronavirus is with the potential to cause human disease and pandemics. In that time period predict awarded Word and what $200 million in grants before the grant funding ran out and President Trump ended this program of the 200 million. This is amazing. Get a load of this. Get ready muffins toasted right here. Bagels big of the $200,000,063 Million. Nearly a third of all predict Grant funds went to the Eco Health alliance, which was working with the Chinese bad lady G. Zhang Lei, who worked in the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Folks, uh, that's not a scratch off ticket like, Hey, I won 20 bucks 63 Million beans is a whole lot of dough. I don't care how rich you are. That's a lot of money.

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"$200 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

"$200 million in funding for affordable housing and another 150 million for social programs If it's not a model across the country. It certainly feels new here. Alex stories with the nonprofit Catalyzed SV, which works with South Bay developers to wring more community benefits from their proposals to see a corporation put in at least $150 million toward equity. And displacement and affordable housing is incredibly heartening, and I think it shines a light on the path that we can continue to walk down sure, is not alone. Other groups like Silicon Valley Rising and the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley have also come on board. But the changes didn't win over the Sharks or local housing activists like Sandy Perry, who runs the nonprofit, Affordable Housing Network Displacement crisis is going to get worse. We're gonna have more homeless people in our communities. We're gonna have Maurin campus. It's like nickels and dimes. They're throwing at us, and they expect us to a plug. The mayor and most of the City Council have been largely supportive of Google's plan. If approved, this would be the largest development deal in the city's history. I'm under the bundle moody KQED news. As billions in state and federal dollars flow into school districts across the country to help students recover from the pandemic. One parent led group in Oakland sees a chance to remake and education system they say was already failing them long before Cove. It closed schools. Parents have already launched their new model as KQ BDs. Vanessa Ron Kanye reports After last school year ended in chaos, Leticia Young knew she had to do something immediately with covert hit. You heard so many people saying, like, Oh, my God, It's just gonna get worse for black and brown kids. It's just gonna get worse. Well, then what are you gonna do about it? Young had already found it. A parent advocacy.

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‘Army of the Dead’ and the Resurrection of Zack Snyder

Ernie Brown

01:09 min | 1 year ago

‘Army of the Dead’ and the Resurrection of Zack Snyder

"The theater near stately brown manner, but it's also a Netflix the army of the dead. Army of the dead. Yes. You know, Netflix was trying to new buzz to get this $100 million action epic, you know, off the ground and they released in theaters last week. I didn't do well at all. Nobody went. I don't know if nobody went because, you know people are going back or just people were interested in seeing it. It's being released today on Netflix. And of course, if you don't know what army of the dead bodies from directors that Snyder you know, he gave his Justice League and Superman movies. This is a group of Gangsters who are going to steal $200 million from a bank vault located underneath the Las Vegas Strip. But the only problem is the Army of the undead Zombies I've taken over Las Vegas and the U. S military has quarantined off Vegas. They're going to nuke my course city, So we have 24 hours to get in there, Get the money and get out. So I've seen it. It's fantastic. This is my type of movie. I got the director and his wife and also some new cast members on my YouTube channel at new interviews on there for Army of the Dead s O. If you like that kind of thing, it's awesome. Jeff calls it the feel good movie of the year.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Tell you so they sent us a care package man scape did and I'm not going in a divulge anything weird or too much information but it's really good products man. It's like the little DOPP kit little packet thing they said was high quality. The all the lotions oceans and everything's descent is phenomenal. I would recommend just trying it out. Just once use the code menaced but anyways so like I said before the break we're gonNA detail detail right. Now is from our other shows already listened to it. You can fast forward but if you haven't maybe you'll hear what the other show is all about and want subscribe and listen. We're going to detail what has happened under Jim Harbaugh and what I think is gone wrong during his tenure and what is a common issue with offensive guru head coaches in college football so I'm gonNA share share the segment from our Midwest show as I think it is relevant to our national audience so here it is so anyways let let's dive into Jim Harbaugh and my biggest biggest thing. I'm screaming in the middle towards end of the first quarter is I'm yelling at Jim Harbaugh. You had two weeks Josh Josh Gaddis Josh you had two weeks to prepare air and this is what you gave your players and fans all sorted Wisconsin after the army game. You should have had three weeks because you didn't prepare prepare for army obviously so you should have been preparing for three weeks. The more more story is this is I mean they hired guys never called a play who got ran out of Alabama then wanted popoff about how he really called the plays Alabama even though Nick Sabin random out of Alabama and now here we are here we are and here's here's the problem. Here's how I see it coming from the industry fifteen years in it. Here's what I see first. Let's talk about the offense of roller coaster that has been Jim. HARBAUGH's tenure in Michigan and here is what I see beat. This is a coach that had a philosophy had an offense at Stanford it was really good and fit Stanford and that was what ten years ago so roughly around there and so he gets into the NFL and the NFL is a completely different football game. Now you have coordinators make an eighty million dollars a year. I mean it's just it's just a completely different game which is fine you can take stuff from their and bring it to college so then he gets hired at Michigan and he brings in Tim drive no and Jed Ed Fish Dead Fish Jed fish while I talk about this checkout jed fishes stats for the Jaguars the year before so in two thousand fourteen I think he was. OC The jaguars so they bring jed fish in. I've had my history with jet fish because he wanted to talk about. I was so young a young coach and are you going to who you gonNa Trust Your career with this young coach or a guy that's been in the NFL and so I did a bunch of stat work on him and man has he had an awful career everywhere I mean he's really been an awful offense coordinator and guess what guess what happened happen at Michigan Jed Jed fish offense was sixty nine in the NCAA in year one then in two thousand sixteen fifty eighth and the NCAA really started lighting the world world on fire and then what did he do..

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"They don't have those you know those conference ties to help them but not saying no that that doesn't and help you know what else is going to kill him. USC Sucks Stanford Sucks the rest of Michigan Michigan losses huge for them so whoa. I'm I'm with you on the conversation but the real problem is no one that they play is holding up their end of the bargain. It's always nice to lose a game this early because if his last last game of the year over and and the key now is going to be Georgia Success Notre Dame can win convincingly here on out and Georgia where'd you can have you can win what happens if Georgia Wins Out Beats Alabama also Notre Dame's like hey timeout or one loss by six road to the earth it but anyways what a game what I mean Great Week a college football and so we're GonNa we're also going to want to mention we we have a full breakdown on our show menace to the mid West. If you could look it up and hit subscribe and listen to it we really broke down the Michigan Wisconsin game because I think Wisconsin's one of the best if the top three teams in the top four teams in the country they're playing it right now and they have the best defense in the country so definitely check that out we really breakdown Y and and then we're going to take a break here but then after the break I want to dive into what has happened under Jim so anyways we'll be right back after this support for Minnesota Medicine Society comes from manscaping who is number one in men's below the belt grooming manscaping offers precision engineered tools for your family jewels Oh man this this might be a little. TMI here but so I decided demand scape one day and I just use some old clippers that I had from shave my head and Nick Nick my balls pretty good. There was a man that was a bad deal hurt for a couple days. Yeah that doesn't sound fun but that's why manscaping redesigned.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Program you WanNa be not a guy that over overachieved at Stanford had marginal success or not marginal he had success in the NFL. I'm talking about you're someone that has has the blueprint worked for Urban Meyer Nick Sabin or did it somewhere else and then here's what you do this Georgia did open up your checkbook and spent about two hundred Mil yeah to bill two hundred Mil that'll do so what do you need. You need better facilities all right hundred seventy five million in a facilities yeah you need. You need to recruit really well all right. How about this? We'll take the rest of the country who who spends the most. You tell me that that program we're GONNA spend one point five million dollars more than them more than anyone in the country and then you know we're GONNA do. We're GONNA get some really good coaches to the two thirteen million dollars. That's how you flip the program real quick. I don't do it because money talks but more or less story is is really cool to see this landscape unfold and like I said the vision is is a little blurry but you can see it. It's coming and that's what I see on film but before we get to our game of the week and boy what a game it was I do Wanna I share with you. Guys what we've been using this year to try to capitalize on all the research. We're doing into college football so check out one of our sponsors at the end of a hard week. It's great to sit down. Take some time off and watch some football game. Winning touchdowns on two minute drives running backs racing on the sidelines with no one to stop them. There's nothing like the NFL NFL and there's no better way to make the games even more exciting than to throw some money on them in bet.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

12:44 min | 3 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"That is not very Alabama of know this. I'm GonNa tell you it's the different world Nessie West right now. It's Alabama's throwing the ball rolling the ball. It's what they haven't been running. The ball with the fifty seventh in the country in total rushing yards and a lot of times people say but I used to get pissed like we have a navy is going to lead the country rushing yards. So what I really look at is rushing average. Let's say you run on it fifteen times a game. Maybe you're that good thrown it. I can't knock you but if you if you're good at running the ball then you should average a decent amount of yards per run their thirty fifth in the country country as far as average per rush and in my opinion when I look at their schedule they only have two games before the SEC championship game which against Georgia that it'll be a big big big game obviously they have two games the obvious one the match up of the south is against. LSU And people will say Auburn. I get it only because it's a rivalry rivalry. I will count it. Get album is just GONNA Murder Auburn this year well. It's a rivalry game. I can't say no and Auburn's not terrible it mean that they're good teams are not as good as they're. They're being yeah but I'm not ready say that no one to set auburn where to turn the field goal and beat Alabama exacts a rivalry. I actually called that okay so they got to play Lsu. That's that's their big matchup. They should beat Auburn but it's a rivalry. You never know what will happen but and then obviously the inevitable matchup with Georgia. No one will ever convince me that anyone in Florida doesn't East will compete with Georgia. There's the one team right. He's not even close on the West is a two team team race not even close and that's we're dealing with three teams. Sec Right so that is Alabama. That's how I view Alabama. I will tell you who's been most shocking. King impressive to me has been Ohio state. I did not expect this fast of a of a nationally elite performance by by their quarterback or their defense. They have the second best defense in the in the United States of America right now they are number two in total defense rushing average the number in red zone defense in the country. They have the most sex in the country. Thanks Chase Right. I think everybody would be shocked by this. I mean that when you talked about so how's name even when people talk about how state now it's all about Justin fields in the offense the thing that's the most impressive impressive is the defense as and don't get me wrong again again. I'M GONNA keep referencing and I know they haven't played anyone great. I understand that however chase young we'll do what he's doing. Now against anyone trust me. I've watched the film but here's what they also have. The the second highest graded quarterback in the United States of America behind Athens Ohio Zone Joe Borough that's crazy. Just a feels is the second best quarterback in the country right now on film. They're throwing the ball very efficiently fifth in the country. They're running the ball very well fifteenth in the country and their eighteenth in the country on third down sixth in in the country on Red Zone touchdowns this team is legitimate. They're real and we're GONNA find out in about two weeks three three weeks when we play when when Ohio State takes on Wisconsin and they got they got to get through their first bigger road test against a lacklustre Nebraska team obviously game days. He's going there too over hyped matchup and they gotta play Michigan State team at home at night. That should be a good game but at night game I night game in the shoe not going to happen so now. We're talking talking about a bye week and then we're going to get to Wisconsin eventually right yeah. The only problem you have with Michigan State is their defense is legit but the putrid but yeah their defense is legitimate. then then let's let's talk about who I think right. Now is almost undeniably the best team in the country I would say undeniably I think I think Georgia is is the right now playing the best in the country but LSU is right up there they here's what let let's just talk about this. Imagine let's rewind ourselves to the let's S. miles era of Lsu football the dynamic run game with Leonard Fournette Stout Defence with freak athletes that you question if they're even human that's how freaky they are and they just could not ever get over the Hump because they couldn't throw it from media at all now we're talking about. They are throwing the ball. The Savior of the program I saw on the Savior of the program is a kid from Southeast Ohio Athens Ohio Joe Oh Jose Barrosa Jose all that talent down there in the south and they had to rely on a kid from Athens Ohio to save they are throwing the ball the second best passing offense in the country V. The highest scoring offense in the country the fourth most efficient offense in the country and the top graded quarterback in America Joseph Borough here's the issue and this is very UN. Lsu there the ninety six the best team in the country running the ball yes that is not an eddie ores Iran Baton Rouge offense. They are also the hundred and thirteenth team in America Gotcha in explosive place now. That's the moral stories this team can run start running the ball and their defense can improve Jonesboro and the firepower in the past game is going to put them. They're right there they are they are primed and ready to take on Alabama. I'm not saying they're ready to beat Alabama yet but their their their defense is statistically averaged thirty sixth overall so they need to get that cleaned up. Obviously the Texas game is killing them in statistics because Texas his through for nine million yards right so that's Lsu for you. Now you take a look at Clemson the ever present in College Football Trevor Lawrence is in a sophomore slump good thing is it won't matter until the postseason because the ACC is so bad they literally could sit sit Trevor Lawrence and they could send him to the Manning Passing Academy for the rest of the season and bring them back for the post game show sheer they maybe they should honestly they might do they. You really just have eight weeks of practice. How this Trevor Lawrence is the fifty eighth best quarterback in the country graded by pro football focus fifty eight against no one by the the way they have the fortieth passing offense fifty fifth pass efficiency offense forty seventh on third down the forty fourth best red zone offense? Now what I will tell are you is travis at the end is the real deal the second best running back that I've seen in the country behind Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin they have the seventh best rushing the average in America eighth and explosive runs. He is really dynamic. The real problem here. Is there turning the ball over a lot. They they have eight turnovers on this year already. One hundred I in America now venables has the defense playing really tough seventh overall defense. I mean I could go list fourth scoring defense third red zone defense more stories and who would have thought Clemson's offense is lackluster right now and Trevor Lawrence who I find the best quarterback in college football going into the year is not playing like it so that's going to need to change fortunately he has what do they have nine or eight eight or nine more scrimmages before he's got about eight or nine weeks adjust practice. He's going to glorify glorified seven on seven absolutely I'll tell you the team that I'm interested to see how they developed because everyone's talk about him as a national AH nationally relevant team potential playoff team. I want to see Oklahoma as they develop because I don't see them as a playoff team. People have them ranked fourth fifth third ranked ahead. Oh Wisconsin which is asinine Wisconsin would beat Oklahoma right now by fourteen points and I mean then their offense Nah. I'm taking nothing away from Lincoln can Riley Jalen hurts her that offense they have the I I in total offense I in pacifists the office I in rushing offense eight point three yards a carry second scoring offense but that has never been the issue in Norman Oklahoma their defense though improved though showing some swagger under Alex grinch is his below average the seventy eighth pass efficiency defense in the country and we've known Oklahoma can't stop the pass they haven't in years they never have never seventy. I I in country on in rushing average stopping running back and fifty third overall so for Oklahoma to ever be ranked ahead of Wisconsin. I someone somewhat defense play decent least right yeah. I don't know how you rank them that high their their schedule isn't anything special so it's not like they've been facing in. You know elite teams but that's just that's just the name across the chest in the ranking a one hundred percent and no it's. It's not even the name across the chest otherwise Ohio state would be ranked number one. There's no bigger brand right. It's really the story that the Jalen hurts transfers from Alabama it would love to see it to a Jalen matchup like it's a story combined with the name on the chest so let's go to the next one. How about Georgia Georgia's playing playing? They're playing really better than anyone else. In that see right now they are ten most efficient passing offense running the ball very effectively a third in rushing average de Andrea swift is he might be better than Travis at the end. I mean you're you're talking about. Those are the three best running backs college football travis at the end the Andrea Swift Jonathan Taylor yeah I mean he looks like another one of those Georgia running backs. That's just going to go out and do what Georgia running backs do. Absolutely the fifth most explosive runs in America then their a defense the fourth ranked scoring defense fifth ranked rushing defense eleventh overall defense Georgia is for real so of Georgia's. If I'm telling you Alabama has her hands full. They got to realize teams that they gotta play and don't don't don't feed me that line like they always do every year in year out. LSU's never looked like this ever know. Georgia was not what is good is this last year. They weren't but the team I wanNA talk about is Wisconsin Wisconsin the most disrespected and undervalued team in college the football they have the bar none bar. None watched the film. Don't just get your notes from an intern watched the film or Shit just look at the stats. They have the best defense in college football through the first quarter of the season. Let's just go through it. The number one defense in the United States of America in total all defense pass efficiency defense rushing defense rushing average defense scoring defense opponent explosive runs defense. I down defense third down defense who is going to argue that they're not the best defense in the country today. How about this house their offense well? I don't know the best running back in the country Jonah the dealer best graded running back leading the country in rushing oh their quarterback fifteenth most efficient passer in the country that eighteen is really really hard to beat and Ohio states can have their hands full and so would Alabama or Georgia or Clemson or Lsu. They would have their hands full with this Wisconsin team. They are really good now. We'll tell you this Georgia does look legit. I like Georgia a lot but breath they belong in the category of maybe UCF. That's a good example. They haven't won a national championship in twenty nine years so no I was twenty nine thousand nine hundred thirty nine thirty nine thirty nine years so I'm thirty five years old. I was not born when they won their last national championship anti-ship so let's talk about some teams that have more experience winning recent national championships than the bulldogs at Athens Georgia. Byu Oh you that's one Colorado how Georgia Tech Florida State Tennessee Nebraska Washington those teams have more experience than Georgia winning National Championships in the last forty years Notre Dame too but yeah. I didn't bring up the obvious ones yeah but how about this Ohio state brings me to this point. Do you want to know how you go from an underachieving program that hasn't hasn't been nationally relevant into a nationally relevant power in Michigan fans. Take note take note first first of all you hire a really really really good coach and then matter of fact a guy that has a blueprint for being seeing the.

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