35 Burst results for "153"

How Truck Driver Ed Durr Defeated New Jersey's Most Powerful Lawmaker

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:26 min | 3 weeks ago

How Truck Driver Ed Durr Defeated New Jersey's Most Powerful Lawmaker

"When I saw the story. Did anyone watch the live stream last night that I was doing? I don't think I've laughed that hard my entire life. When I just saw this, I was flipping through social media and I couldn't control myself when I saw this story of this truck driver from southern New Jersey who spent a 153 total dollars on his campaign. $153. And as of right now, the election is about to be called in certified. He's about to beat the second most powerful person in New Jersey, the head of the Senate presidency in New Jersey by 2000 votes, right? And so and by the way, this is not even about Republican or Democrat. It's not about any of that, right? It's about wait a second time out. Like, what? And so I did some digging into this, right? I was like, okay, who is this guy, right? Is he a son of Jeff Bezos or like, you know, is he part of the Rockefeller family or was he born with some sort of birthright and so you look at this guy and his name is Durer, right? And yeah, you could laugh at the name, whatever, but you look into it. It's like if you were to have central casting of like what the normal American was. Now, some of you guys might not remember the 2000 was it 16 or 2012 president presidential debates of that guy that wore that like red sweater? Do you remember that? Then bone, right? Thank you. Guys, remember that, maybe not as before your time. It's like, I just want to give that guy a hug, right? He's just wants what's right for the world. So few people like that anymore. It seems in public life. And so this guy Eddie decides to do the ultimate David and Goliath type exercise. Now, I don't know how I'm gonna do my best to describe this to you. The guy he was running against is the head of the Senate of New Jersey, okay? It's untouchable. An example would be like if a random candidate decided to run up against Chuck Schumer, okay? That's just or a random candidate would just be like, I'm gonna run against Nancy Pelosi. This guy runs the state of New Jersey. Now, he was to give an idea, he's been an elected office since 2004. Some of you were born in 2004, okay? I know I know that because I actually just talked to someone that was literally born in 2006, not even born. And so this guy has run the state of New Jersey. He runs the entire political apparatus and machine. And so when you start to look into it, you're like, all right, how did this guy make it happen? So you look at his campaign receipts are like, did he get a big contribution from the pharmaceutical companies? Spend a $153, $85 of which was spent at Dunkin Donuts. And the remaining $70 was spent on flyers and materials and so they said, what was your grand strategy? He's like, I just kind of showed up and asked people for their vote. And so he was conducted in an interview last night. The first thing he said is like, I have no idea what's going on, right? The first thing he says, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn express last night, but no, I'm kidding. But all of a sudden you read deeper into this and this is an important thing is he ran because he was so disgusted and he was so upset that he is a truck driver continually kept this economy opening and keep going and he just felt continually insulted by the people in charge.

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Free Beacon Reports Democrat Budget Proposal Increases Taxes on Lower Class

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Free Beacon Reports Democrat Budget Proposal Increases Taxes on Lower Class

"There are huge tax increases in this apparently proposed bill targeting the poor and the lower middle class As explained in the free Beacon a great site the Democrats budget proposal relies on a $100 billion tax hike that disproportionately targets the poor Lines the pockets of organized crime and increases inequality The plan doubles the federal tax on cigarettes Which would break Joe Biden's promise to raise taxes only on those earning more than 400,000 Households with an income of 35,000 or less smoke at three times the rate of households with incomes of more than $100,000 a year Richard meringue say 27 year veteran of the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives who worked on gang violence at a tobacco tax increase will punish vulnerable communities Your punishing lower income people which the administration promised a Whitney said you're punishing the police departments I want to push towards reform You're punishing the states or organizations that truly have the tobacco harm reduction strategy to keep it out of the hands of kids and criminals You can not have a healthy community that's not safe A tobacco tax hike would put a dent in the state economies that rely on tobacco production And it goes on And so there's actually more than this It's more than cigarettes There's a massive increase should your children inherit property They want to lower the cap to three and a half $1 million that you can give in terms of gifts Or upon death to anybody and everybody They aggregated So if you have a small business you're not even that liquid maybe you pull down a hundred 153 100,000 a year but you keep pouring your assets into the business to grow in and sustain it And you die and it's for a $7 million a year Well guess what Anything over $3.5 million a year is going to be taxed at almost

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Goodson Runs for 153 Yards, 3 TDs in No. 5 Iowa's Victory

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Goodson Runs for 153 Yards, 3 TDs in No. 5 Iowa's Victory

"Tyler Goodson ran for a career high one hundred fifty three yards and three touchdowns and fifth ranked diet was thirty to seven trouncing of Kent state goods and had a forty six yard touchdown run in the first quarter and added a thirty five yard scoring run in the third we knew they had a good defense they ask the athletes but the guys in front of the good job enter Simons and okay sure the running backs hello yes hello split second just to get over the top of it when they did and they did that he capped the scoring with a two yard burst in the final period the Hawkeyes offense had four hundred forty yards after averaging two thirty eight in the first two games I will also limited can't stay to eighty yards on the ground two hundred eighty below its season average I'm Dave Ferrie

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"153" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

The Long and The Short Of It

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"153" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

"Part of how you do that. In a way that is successful is by practicing empathy and imagining what it might feel like for someone else who doesn't understand how to build the infrastructure or how to implement your idea like how do you get ahead of all of the objections that they're going to have so that they're able to really see the thing that you're offering as useful instead of solely disruptive. Well think you need a tee up the pete's being cold out song again. Wow i feel that so in my bones like that was me in many contexts in the corporate world. Say six seven eight years ago. That was definitely me like. I was the person that was like we should be using slack. Why are we using email. We should be using zoom. Why are we doing face to face meetings. We should be doing that proposals this. Why why are we doing in the way we've always done this. Oh boring almost a look at a slide deck. Like i was just so what i thought innovative and helpful and enthusiastic and i was met with constant what i thought was like. Unnecessary roadblocks from executives. But i totally see in hindsight and to your point i was not doing a good job of enrolling them in the change. I was knocked doing a good job of understanding what it might be like to be them and to have any idea of like. Who is this young person coming in with like. I don't even know what slack is what are you talking about. What zoom like. This was six years ago and did such a bad job of this. Wow wow well cold out however. Interestingly the same company. I was working for where i share these slightly ridiculous but very true anecdotes. We actually ended up doing a project. That was probably one of my favorite projects. I've worked on incorporate which was literally. We carved out a team of twenty within the company and we literally moved to a different side of the office and we tried to mentally remove ourselves from every single thing that we've done tonight and how we operate without infrastructure is and we talked with completely reinventing how this business might function. How might we serve the people we want to serve. What technology do we need. What services do we wraparound that like. It was a really cool innovative project and is relevant. Because i think we literally had to remove ourselves and bring in external people that didn't know the existing infrastructure in order to even get productive in how we thought about this Oh my gosh. I love that yeah. Gop leonard like he was disruptive as hell like we always broke s elves and the business in the process it was very disruptive and it was hard to remove yourself from the existing infrastructure. Totally totally because their safety there. There is safety and comfort in knowing that a plus b equal.

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"153" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

The Long and The Short Of It

05:20 min | 3 months ago

"153" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

"Like i am so fully committed to the idea that when we reopen. We are not doing anything the way we did it. Before and in a recent episode we talked about going faster. I'm realizing that. I want to go fast. Because i believe so much in the work we're doing and the people were doing it with. But in order to build an infrastructure that will not collapse to go a little bit slower than i'm comfortable with. Yeah it's almost like the metaphor of break when you going into a corner so that you can accelerate coming down the other side of the coin in the process of breaking as you get around this corner. I guess the question i have in that then that may be as helpful to unpack is knowing how hot it is knowing. There's all this emotional. Lebanon knowing that innovation requires creation of new systems on new infrastructure. And yet you'll still super jazz and so committed about it. Like what is it about the situation or the dream the vision that gives you the fire to know that it's worth you know all of the emotional like all of the resources. Is that something that you could pinpoint like. Oh i know it's worth it because of this well in my case kind of work that i'm doing on a general level on a macro level acting training in the united states of america which is where i live and work has not been innovated in the twenty first century in fact we are still working mostly with models from the mid twentieth century. So i mean we just. We need it. We need it so badly. The artists are salivating at the thought of change. I mean they are ready to do things differently. What's really interesting is that i realized that a lot of what we might have labeled constraints were actually restrictions that were putting a cap on our possibility. And now i just haven't like flip the cap off or like a bottle of champagne and needed pop. The possibility cork because like as an example any acting class. I've ever been in ever whether it's at as a student or as a teacher has taken place in a single room. So i just worked with that as a given that's the constraint and acting class happens in single room well in our new studio space with multiple studios. I was like well. What happens if it doesn't take place in one room. What happens if it takes place with two teachers in two separate rooms. And what does the teacher swap midway through. and what. if it doesn't have to be four hours. I mean there's like so many ideas like oh wow. I was so limiting the possibilities. Just because i'd fallen victim to because this is the way we've always done it. Yes yes yes yes. There's like a general rule. When you hear someone say we do this. Because it's the we've always done it. That is caused to just pause and question. Everything is the last dying breath of an organization right. You could ask blockbuster you could ask the new york taxi service before you became in. You could ask. The hilton hotel before airbnb was invented. This is the way we've always done things. Yeah yeah okay..

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"153" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

The Long and The Short Of It

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"153" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

"Hello there peter though that jennifer. Oh my gosh you know when you hear something and it's so mind blowing and then in the aftermath of dealing with your mind blown nece you realize it was the most obvious thing ever. And why weren't you thinking it in the first place. Oh like every. I've been i've ever had. It's been steering me in the face. Yes i know well. Today's as a ha moment lies at the intersection of innovation and infrastructure innovation and infrastructure. I am interested. This is the long shortly okay. There is an epic woman named kat cole. Her bio is really too long for me to try to get into. she's amazing. Her life story is amazing..

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"153" Discussed on Secular Buddhism

Secular Buddhism

05:14 min | 4 months ago

"153" Discussed on Secular Buddhism

"Or i can do this looking at my own hands. What is this who am i. What am i and the conclusion. The only Honest conclusion that. I can come up with after an introspective session of this would be. I don't know. But i i am what i am this is. This is what i am. Who are you. I me right. I can't be anything else. And there's a sense of of beauty that arises and not knowing perhaps more importantly not needing to know. And that's what i wanted to get at you know know that any answer The you would give if you were entertaining. What are you or what is this it it would end up dissolving once you put it under the microscope very much. The same way again in analogy that i use a lot is is a car and you take a car and you deconstruct the car until all of its parts. What is a car Will the car is a steering wheel wheels and motor and seats and okay will. Then you end up recognizing there is no but there is a steering wheel and there are tires and okay. We'll then pick one of those things. What is a steering wheel. Oh it's a piece of metal with leather wrapped around it and suddenly there is no steering wheel but there is leather right. And you keep doing this and you take every part and realize things have causes and conditions. Everything is interdependent and the thing that seemed like the thing isn't the thing there is no car and yet yeah there is a car you can get an and drive it but it's not what you think it is it something. It's a concept and weeds are concept cars a concept and then suddenly you start to recognize. Uh-huh everything is like that and we go back to the original question that the the zen-master would have asked you by holding up the cup. Is this a cop or is this not a cup. And that's the invitation to be. Introspective is the setup or is this not a cup now again I wanna end this train of thought with a quote and that is the quote that says abiding nowhere awakened mind arises. This is zen quote I can't remember off the top of my head who said this But i'll post it in the notes or or somewhere but the the reason i like this quote abiding..

The Beauty of Not Knowing

Secular Buddhism

02:30 min | 4 months ago

The Beauty of Not Knowing

"In his book the compass of zen zen master singson said. I do not teach buddhism. I only teach don't know this is a quote that i like And i want to share some thoughts regarding this notion of. Don't know what does that mean. I only teach know not knowing the beauty of not knowing arises when we understand that reality as a complete picture is unknowable. I because it's always changing and second because we are limited in our perspective of where we stand in terms of space and time and this is tot with the story and buddhism the story of the six blind men and the elephant which i've brought up multiple times on the podcast where you have six blind men trying to describe an elephant and they're all describing different parts of the elephant and none of them can give an accurate picture of the whole elephant because they're limited with where they stand right. I if i'm standing at the foot versus at the back versus the front versus sitting on top of versus standing under. You know the what. I what i perceive and what i'm going to describe that i'm perceiving is different than what someone else will be experiencing at a different part of the elephant and the key teaching with the six blind men and the elephant is the understanding that nobody has the full picture. And that's how reality is reality in. General is a picture that can't be seen as a whole. It's just literally impossible for example. I know what it's like to be me living and two thousand twenty one To be a male of forty two years of age. I know what it's like to be a parent. I know everything that i perceive is based on where i am in space and time and the interdependent connections of all the things that make me what i am right now. I know what it is to be a twin. I know it is to be a a brother A son adad. You know all of these things but that's in today's day and age. I don't know what it's like to be someone who lived in the middle ages or someone who lived You know. I don't know hundred two hundred thousand years ago. I don't know what that would have been like. I can imagine. But i can't

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"153" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"153" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Now see trade with your money in crips. Are you make a profit and you to spend on that cod and it just comes out your say balance. That's the only way forward if you're not part of the system and if you wanna be part this is right. People don't need much to live a caravan. When i say have think even shitty caravan for mine is going to be the most porsche. Amazing hippie caravan in forget the outside wooded metal inside is going to be lush. Going to be amazing is going to have like tech tape. She's on the war. It's going to africa projector. It's going to have local stove is going to be amazing. I say you wouldn't even they while you were an and she came in a bygone ahead of auctions. This little caravan. You wouldn't know where you were you all. This is amazing it could be. It could be a cottage. Could be a hotel. You wouldn't know unless she walked outright and we don't need much when i'm home. I watch netflix in my bed. I got out for dinner. And i go. What do i need to spend thousands of pounds one space empty fucking space and then the car to fill the space and in the wallpaper to fill the space and the paint the fill the space. You paint fucking space. We need sleep. You saying the same position right this crazy. We do not do the shit to live. And it's a pattern people. Just follow where. They see the friends of his house in a garden. Anyone place the doctor run around the kids have a swing and they follow that shit and as parks with plenty of swings. this filled. The dogs can run around net. I'll achieve its iceland other lever move during the night so the double bed. I lock it up a bed. But i'll let you sleep on sleep on a hammock right. 'cause i don't move and it's got people just got to realize that priorities in life which is happiness doubt need with this pattern system nonsense. Because you're going to be very unhappy killing yourself trying to pay off somebody else's debts 'cause he was degreed. You want more yeah. It's it's funny..

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"153" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

05:55 min | 5 months ago

"153" Discussed on Liftoff

"There be like a commercial eda module a commercial repair truck kind of thing because like we talk about a hubble space telescope. And you're going to talk in a little bit about. The trouble is going on. With the hubble like there was that last hubble servicing mission and hobbles pretty old again it may be that that no amount of servicing is going to keep it running but it may be that it could run for another decade or two. If it was serviced they did the last hubble servicing mission with the shuttle and it was very much like this is it because the shuttle's being decommissioned and we have no other way to service the hubble and i think well okay what what about that though could we not make an effort so that we have a way for astronauts if not robots if we can't do robot repair which would be another way to go can we have astronauts and send them to hubble or send them to james webb which i know is going to be way out there but like it feels to me like There should be more discussion of that. Which is without a space shuttle. How do we let people fix stuff in space and have we lost capability that we're gonna regret 'cause you can't. It can't all be robotically repaired especially the further away from earth you get because the lag becomes too great the radio lag or is there a combination where you send people out. But they've got access to robotic tool so there's sort of staying inside and steering it. I don't know it's just another thought. I had because i find it. I still find it a little uncomfortable. That hubble can never be repaired again and james webb space telescope cannot be repaired if something happens to it because we don't seem to have the ability to send astronauts to an orbiting place and have them get out and fix things right there because that was sort of a that was the space shuttle's job anyway one more thing about chinese space program before we get to hubble which is there was a press conference with the secretary general of the china national space administration. china doesn't talk about the stuff that often but they listed a bunch of future objectives. I thought i'd throw him into this segment. There are planning three new chung a missions to the moon including a sample return and a south pole mission. They're they're working on a near. Earth asteroid sample return mission. They're working on a mars sample. Return so it's not just sort of the us and its partners but china's also working on a mars sample return mission. They're talking about the end of the decade for that one and they're talking about doing jupiter probe which would sounds like launch around twenty thirty and among the proposals for that mission includes a lander that would land on the the jovian moon callisto. So they've got a lot of ambition in their In their space program and that's sort of what is public right now. Yeah a lot of ambition and and so far there yeah. We talked about the issues with the chinese space agency. A lot not to read recap all of those but in terms of mission objectives. They seem very capable in terms of of what they want an candy. Yeah and there's a lot of geopolitics involved here The role of russia. Who is said that they're working with china on a bunch of things but they're still working with the us on the iss. And what's really going on with the russian space program which is not very well funded. Although they are launching a an iss module of all things that they've been working on for a very long time that will be their science module. A russian owned science module but like what their role is and what the competition is and the fact that there is a law that prevents nasa working with the chinese government on space is interesting and was an bill nelson. The administrator of nasa said that he supported the law which was kind of interesting. It was not like we'll follow the law. Which was i. Think what. I've heard from other previous people at nasa but but more than that sort of i support the law which is interesting so i don't know something to keep watching. Chinese ambitions in space are great and growing Let's have hubble since. I mentioned hubble teased hubble for awhile There's there's hubbell but is it in trouble. There is trouble ohno so this started actually a couple of weeks ago Back on june thirteenth the payload computer on the hubble space telescope halted operation. And then the next day the team went to go restarted and failed to restart properly This means that the space telescope is in safe mode. This payload computer is it is a nasa standard spacecraft computer and s c one built back in the eighties and as you would imagine. Everything is fully redundant on this. There's a fully redundant second computer with all of its associated hardware so if something happens on orbit can be switched over to that backup computer. What's going on here is. It seems like one of the computer's memory. Modules may be the issue basically bad ram in that scenario with the team would do is stay on the primary computer and moved to one of the backup memory modules and so there are two computers primary and backup and there are four memory modules. Each computer has a primary and backup memory module so this at this point on the thirteenth in the days after that didn't look like it was it was going to need a full boot up of the second computer to switch over to the different memory module. And you would be good to go whether it's computer does is basically take the data coming off of the instruments.

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"153" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

06:24 min | 5 months ago

"153" Discussed on Liftoff

"They won't hear you 'cause you'll be talking to your podcast app and it doesn't work that way but tell him i sent you anyway all right so we've been talking a lot about the chinese space program over the last several months with their new rover on mars and their new space station. What's going on lots lots going on. So the first. There's the jurong rover on the surface of mars. It's set back some amazing video. It did we got the public posting of the video downloads from zhengrong over the last couple of weeks Just like perseverance. There's some video of entry descent and landing which is very impressive. it's always interesting to see a spaceship Come into into an atmosphere and land on a planet especially an alien planet. There's also some sound from a microphone on the descent and some sound of the microphone as as it rolls off its platform that it landed on and in what i think is a very clever development and i'm sure there are some good reasons for including be able to kind of observe what's happening on the the wheels of the rover but it's also a lot of good pictures. Come out of it. They dropped a remote camera when Sharron was close to the landing platform. And then it kind of moved back so that could get in like a a a selfie Sort of or. I guess it really is. The video is kind of a third party now so it's not really a selfie anymore. Video cameras taking a picture of the lander and the rover together And there's also some really great clothes video. As the as the treads roll along on the lander and i think that's really nice from a Engineering perspective that they get to look at that and see. Like how the. How the treads fair on martian soil. And one. that looks like so. It's pretty great though to get we. We see a lot of selfish on mars But this is by dropping this little remote camera. They get to do some Angles that we haven't seen So much because it's from a third party kind of radioing back the picture. It's like a webcam. Basically the there's one shot in here where the rover is turning all of its wheels and so all them face the camera so imagine a checking on the wheels but also just making sure that all the movement is you know everything's working as expected And as a bonus you get this really cool footage that you can share with the world of like look at our thing on mars. I mean that shot of driving over the camera and driving away is really really inspiring. Right i i saw that thought. Well that's enough reason to drop that camera there just just that shot let alone the information. They're going to get back. There's there's somebody. jpl who see. I told you we should've put a drop droppable camera on like all right. Had dragged the gopro right on the surface of mars. Yeah seriously so other. Other news. Three chinese astronauts docked with the space station. They're the first visitors to china's space station module. They're going to be there for three months. It's going to be talking about doing laundry and space. They gotta do testing and setup the unpack all the flat pack furniture. And you know. I think there's some solar panels to deploy in like. There's a lot of work that they have to do for three months. Getting this thing kind of up to speed. Because they're the. I guess at the space station. They're going to be eight more launches required to build out the whole thing. A china says that they should be able to do it by the end of twenty twenty two. that's pretty fast and And quite a contrast how long it took to symbol the ss. Which i'll grant you as a more ambitious thing but still Building a whole space station a couple years Not bad it actually made me wonder what it would cost to build the iss now or a new version of the iss now. I assume that launches are way cheaper. Especially if you're not a building it all around the shuttle program right but you also don't have a space shuttle to kinda build it by being there with its own Robotic arm and stuff you would need to instead kind of let the modules get up there and then like the chinese are doing attach the astronauts and have them do some spacewalks and sort of like. I think it might be more of a construction challenge. But i wonder about that like would it be. Would it be faster and cheaper to build. Something like ezra rebuild iss today versus the way that it was originally conceived given what is available to launch. And what the cost of launches are or today or in the future where you have things like the later blocks of the s. and you have starship and gateway as a space station that's going to be built in lunar space. That is an example of this. But it's just if if i assess assess isn't gonna last like even the people wanted to last it. It's it's been up there a very long time and it's going to start being beyond its useful life and the question is what happens next and if there is a lower orbit space station that that happens next. What is that going to cost. And i would imagine that we could do away more efficiently than the iss. Yeah one thing. The shuttle did provide is crew housing. Deering all that or in stages early stages. If the i wasn't big enough you could stay in the shuttle and the shuttle itself as a construction implement but with gateway and others. You know them. And there's even i mean all the different versions of artists. There was even discussion of. Maybe they'll be two launches. And orion with crew will be on the ls and falcon heavy or starship will carry components right. I mean it. You have more flexibility now but maybe across different vehicles. That's a really interesting thing to think about. And then i had another side thought which again not really related to the chinese space station as much as just a aside thought I wonder when we talk about the shuttle being decommissioned all that i wonder if there should be a program and i wonder if nasa has gone back and forth on this or not or whether they've just dismissed it or or whether there's a commercial opportunity here but if we don't have a vehicle like the shuttle and we want to do something that used to require the shuttle what capability have we lost and should we be putting some investment in getting that capability back and i think about something like building things in space and repairing things in space like could. Should there be a you know. Like commercial crew and commercial cargo..

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Finding the Fish Players

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:23 min | 5 months ago

Finding the Fish Players

"Imagine you're playing six handed right and you know the rags all have an edge against you right say a one big blind per hundred edge or something like that right so basically four other eggs or at the table. Then there's you and so you're losing four minus four babies per hundred playing against these guys and then a fish sits down in the fishes losing twenty bbc per hundred right now if everybody gets an equal share all five of you didn that takes you from losing for big blinds to breaking even right so that one fish means that you're not breaking even fishes losing twenty are now winning like five. Bb's per hundred assuming that everybody gets an equal share of the fishes loss rate. Right so everything. That i make is to make sure you get more than your fair. Share the fishes law rate which dramatically impacts your bottom line. Because that's where most of your winning comes from most of your winnings not gonna come from battling the other rags And quite frankly the more that dive into it. It's actually turned into this little thing where i just went to solve how to optimally. Beat the fish. So that i can then focus on the rags in the pool and construct strong strategies against them and then basically at that point then the game of poker is just fun times all around when you have a strategy in place that you just know you can execute and you know what it is and it's automatic and then you get to focus and free a bandwith to battling the rigs in your pool which i mean. I love the money that i make from the fish but it is fun. Battling greg's and getting into intricate spots and like the challenge aspect of that. I do enjoy that. I mean i'm not gonna. I'm the type of poker player that will fire up the one k. L. at two. Pm eastern standard time and just battle with two or three rags until you know waiting for somebody to sit l. Sit at the table I don't really mind. I accept that challenge against fun but ultimately like for being honest with ourselves. The money comes from within the weaker players. Sit down at the table. That's where the win rate is derived from. And so it's the only intelligent way i imagine tackling is to focus on the people that you win the most money from first and then focus on the stronger players secondly one hundred percent. Yeah one of my big goals is when. I sit down at a table. The first thing as i tried to find who the fish are and i try to figure out ways that i can isolate them to myself whether they're in the blinds so i'm going to raise three three and a half big minds. Whatever gets the ranks told the the fishy player out of the blinds. Just a call. They limp in iso raise they raise. I three bet. I do what i can to get those fish. Heads up. Because that's how you have the strategy against the weakest players but you're only going to get to use your strategy if you get into the hands with them you know so for me. That's always my first epa table. Find the fish figure out how to isolate them. And then of course employees those flop strategies that you're talking about and occasionally you can't help those rags fight back or you're dealt the right hand at the right time and you're you know you go up against the reds but that is those aren't situations to shy away from not that i mean. Obviously you tackle those situations right. You don't shy away from them. But that's where growth comes from tackling those strongest players the other strong players at the

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Houston Hospital: 153 Employees Fired, Resign Over COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Houston Hospital: 153 Employees Fired, Resign Over COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement

"Hospital employees refusing to get vaccine against Covid 19 have either resigned or been fired. A spokesperson for Houston Method is said effective immediately. 153 employees were either terminated or they quit. Houston Methodist was first hospital to mandate its employees get vaccinated. Or they would face termination. Roughly 100 and 20 employees filed a lawsuit in late May is a response, arguing that they were being forcibly made to be human guinea pigs. The roommate of the

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"153" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

07:59 min | 6 months ago

"153" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Mary east. I'll just throw that out there. I know for entertainment It is much different. Zombie movie though. Not like your typical. I'll got through the first ten minutes so starting he basically got through the credits and then turn it off. I could tell that the plot of the movie was going to be different. Yeah different ties movie right. Yeah they gotta get into whereas fucking locked up in vegas and they ain't telling you their lack. I said supposedly that leads. Zombie chick very very beautiful lady real. Yeah she's a model which one. I don't think he got support watch. They cut her head off though. That spoiler knocking west. Virginia wake plus virginia to give away guns cove. Nineteen vaccine incentive. Let's see that's what i bought. America offering up when everybody in a law lottery drawing for five shotguns and five hunting rifles custom. Custom made these fucking sweet s copes on with the risk of me being viscera. I've yet to get mine yet. It's strictly because. I'm waiting for indiana to give me instead of crispy green bay. I wanna gun good point. I want free case of beer. Some place to do. I want meeting stays out. Give them something. Scream comb should i. I love meat. You got that million dollar. Give away some some. That was ohio. Ohio yes you want. A million bucks. Indiana awesome states. We're giving away Amusement park like theme park tickets to i. Don't just give me scratch off like a free pie. Yeah i'm in utah. Kennywood wants out. Maybe even a lollipop shot at the doctor's office get bill still back there. Bill is not here okay. he's getting locked up ready for battle true true. I did see fast so as easy as he has not put it made. Everyone assumed nine. Even though it's not often bill feet up in the disgusting cedar and was watching crew on his june twin. Okay i thought it was may nineteenth. Don't worry boys we'll be there. I was next speaking of paul. Walker's daughter meadow calls vin diesel in his daughter family. Oh yes the s nine released days huge. I mean how does dominance say they are family million. I mean the clink fucking krona's together to know that we are all family man. That's yeah good for van. I'll tell you what going to be after buzzing through mayor vs don. I am dangerous close to throwing this on the fire stick. I got a tweet this weekend from an individual. Who did such thing he said. It's the best quality cam for the cheese ever seen. He's still campus but still stinks. But you wanna ruin it. Go ahead june twenty fifth a longtime voice. Some good friday. Friday before ties wedding all get in the car. It's pretty sad four hours. No worries try to watch We're my fire dick. I hit the play button and nothing will pop up. It's fritz lately to like j. mitra. i'm watch something like it. Something else update to get updated. Yeah just did that yesterday. Fuck still won't work. Maybe they know that you're stealing. Pirated finally got use the vpn. Nice okay through much. More versatile reportedly wants a fast and furious. Were what do you mean address. No thanks star. Lord and voting group team up together combined movie and the difference university as a hadn't thought of it that way. Yeah it van gonna come in. And he's going to be the main hero in it and if he's not gonna be pissed off and he's not going to do movie candy. Fuck it t rex off. Get off already. Boys are they like you know what's going to happen. Book and bins gonna be fucking in his car. And there'd be fucking chris pratt will be in the fucking car next to him. I think it'd be raptors. Do just with them and open a store fucking chris. Pratt going to be falling in these. Pick them up and bring them in. The car is like probably put me in that t rex taking be credible. You are right this at fifty point two thousand retweets awesome. Do people already give us fasten. Drastic now was okay joker to reportedly be co written by the original movies director and co written career taught phillips who struck a deal return. I think he hits misuse. Wasn't gonna do it. Sounds like he's back now. Maybe so he's going to be like because that was like the origin so now can start doing more bad stuff. You would think there was going to be another one nine various. Feel about to be honest but this is a perfect example. What we're talking about last week like they did not make joker with a second in mind crackly and then we can take this a little further beautiful. Jeez hopefully they do. You know. Show how he first gets into the the robin banks. I mean i would now that you say that. I wonder if there's one might allude to a little. 'cause don't isn't that one back in time around. Not bob batson do show him. Some respect is an iot. Maybe edward rhoda. What keaton bringing it back for the original. No he's doing. He's playing about men something. Is it the suicide squad or it. No i don't remember. I do remember seeing that though. He's making cameos. Maybe it is the new batman movie. What's that say. The bottom of the barrel yet. Right jaw autumn. Yeah that is bottom of fahd. That is the end of the episode. Thank you so much. Thank you listeners. If you're listening go check it out on youtube at youtube. Dot com for slash. Dpd thank you guys. hang up. Subscribe button manfred friend. New merchant store new hammer down march from the hammer down boys new gulf merch. Ooh store store dot mac. Your fucking cartoons. It was pretty anatomically correct. Wow tony good poll thank you thank you thank you appreciate you. I think that's it appreciate all. You hope you had a great memorial day weekend. Show the troops troops. Thank you guys. We'll see on friday know you..

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"153" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

05:34 min | 6 months ago

"153" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"You gotta pick Man law.

George Floyd effect on Police activity

The Dan Bongino Show

01:15 min | 6 months ago

George Floyd effect on Police activity

"A year after George Floyd's murder it's open season in Minneapolis. Here. Here's take one from this screenshot white home screen shot because of my podcast. We actually that I actually take Screenshots from my my phone. I got used to the radio lingo here, Quote, one will have to call it from the Wall Street journal piece. Minneapolis Homicide's between January 1st and last week were up 108% compared with the same period in 2020 shootings up 153% Carjackings 222%. Crime increase began after George Floyd's death and has never let up. Nor is the assault on law enforcement that began with the destruction of the third Precinct building on May 28 2020 folks those air facts, However, they inconvenient they are for the radical left this losing their minds in this country, screaming about the police randomly attacking black men in the streets systemically despite no evidence to back that up. Those are fax You scream to defund the police and whether it happened or not. Police clearly scaled back to avoid any kind of public outcry about policing and then crime one up. This seemed like a logical conclusion. If you were a sane person and not a nut

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BBC Four Goes Archive Only

The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

02:00 min | 8 months ago

BBC Four Goes Archive Only

"Bbc four will no longer produce new shows and will become an archive for the broadcast. sounds to me a bit lightly as they're essentially evolving from the tv version of radio. Four to the tv version of radio four extra. Do you think people notice the difference. Yeah i think they will notice the difference in one of the things that i'm interested in investigating which i can't see any whereas if they're going to still be taking material from european and scandinavian channels which is something i really liked about Bbc full. You could get some really interesting drama on that. And that's what i went. The i think the idea of an allcock channel is interesting in could be quite sensible. And if they're going to fix other stories is again bring rap bbc three so it's not going to be necessary necessarily old bowl bad news Things have got to change in four if they're building bbc to has always had this confusion with bbc too. So i don't think it's necessarily awful being counters ruining a fabulous national treasure. I think it could be quite a sensible evolution. Your the question politically because there's always a political dimension to these decisions. These days is whether a channel of repeats is a good use of the license fee or the digital spectrum. And whether that's something they can justify it might be. They might be able to say yes. This is the best value for money on lots of people. The bbc bbc to become charles repeats as well. So i'm not sure. This is a particularly innovative move. I actually think it's a bad one. I think it would have been ashamed to just got rid of bbc as i. You speculating on bond. Recent editions. of this podcast. I think that they have such a vast archive. If they can make have a popular appeal demi just repeating things like only fools and horses and things like that but they have so many dramas. I have so many documentaries. That don't see the light of day for years and years. And i think they really could make the most of this. It could actually get a much bigger audience. And then he gets

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Fresno chicken plant got tip about virus inspection

Buck Sexton

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Fresno chicken plant got tip about virus inspection

"About a state inspection during the largest known covert 19 workplace outbreak in the county. Fresno Bee says emails obtained through the Public Records Act also show health officials coordinated media talking points during the crisis, withheld information from the public and issued no Corona virus related corrective actions. Hundreds were infected in the outbreak last year, the foster Farms plant in southeast Fresno and at least five workers have died. The county says it has taken a collaborative approach with businesses to protect employees. And that there was no collusion on Wall Street. That of them by 153 points that NASDAQ plunged 409, the S and P

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Kenwood music students get keyboards after anonymous Chicago donor gives $30k

Anna Davlantes

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Kenwood music students get keyboards after anonymous Chicago donor gives $30k

"The music will keep playing after an anonymous donor gave a Chicago school some new pianos, Ken what Academy music teacher Bethany Pickens put out an appeal on social media after trying to teach your class remotely how to play the piano. That was even harder than it sounds because many of her students didn't have a piano. Nine hours after asking for help. Ah, former Kenwood Academy student and his wife wrote a check for more than $30,000. Chicken says. Now all 153 of her piano students have access to a keyboard.

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Apple users targeted by 'mysterious' malware

Lars Larson

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

Apple users targeted by 'mysterious' malware

"At both Intel and new M one based Max called Silver Sparrow. It's been detected on almost 30,000 Max. So far, those mashable reports there's no evidence of a harmful payloads of security experts can't pinpoint the malware motives. Security firm Red Canary first discovered the Silver Sparrow and it's been spotted in 153 countries. As for how it arrives, it comes by way of an installer disguised as a legitimate application or an update. With the generic name update, ER or update It's unusual for malware to Target Max and to have to type a minute existing Intel based Max and the New Apple silicone powered and one Max is even more rare. And Apple spokesperson tells me Apple revoked the developer accounts needed to authorize installation to prevent new infections and reminded users the Mac APP store is the safest place to get MAC software, though the Apple notary Service will protect users from acquired outside the APP store Fox on Tech, Brett Larson, Fox News. Our

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Washington DC Metro to replace 130 escalators at more than 30 stations

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Washington DC Metro to replace 130 escalators at more than 30 stations

"Completed an eight year long project that replaced Ah 145 escalators and rehabilitated about 153 of them. Then started repairing 89 escalators throughout the system will now we've learned Metro is going to begin replacing more than 100 escalators and dozens more station soon. The transit agency will spend $179 million over the next seven years on the new project, it will replace 130 escalators in 32 metro rail stations beginning in May. Escalators at the Roslin Dupont Circle and Tenley Town stations are being replaced. Those are among the longest escalators in the system. The new s The leaders have to be made specifically for Metro Christopher Cruz. W T o P News

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Relationship Marketing with Jessika Phillips

Brands On Brands On Brands

04:37 min | 10 months ago

Relationship Marketing with Jessika Phillips

"I'm so excited to welcome our guest jessica phillips to the show today jessica. I thank you for being here first and foremost this. Thank you for having me gone of course well and the reason i'm excited today and yes. I'm always excited with the reason today. I'm excited as we get to talk about the power of relationships to grow a business. Does it actually happen in the. Dm's what's the what's going on today. We're not talking about networking. We're talking about relationship marketing. Let's start there. What's the value of relationships. And why are you. Why are they so important. Oh my goodness i say. Relationships are the currency of business today. Honestly because they're they're powerful always been powerful right. But i think we've lost sight of it a little bit because we got all this new technology and ways of reaching people so we thought we could save time by reaching the masses. Well something happened there. In the olden days. I would say that we all realise word of mouth was best business generator for us and really that has changed. It's still word of mouth but now we have access to world of mouth right when we look online and see what others are saying about different brands and we have access to more information products and services at our fingertips and can decide for choosing one brand over another and the most powerful decision that we can make is really influenced by others. That are talking about brands. So i know there was even study. That was done. Said online reviews whether we'd know the individual or not eighty eight percent of people are trusting reviews that are left by our peers about whether or not we should choose a brand to work with in the only people that are leading those reviews people that are psyched up about that company. I mean if we're buying something years from someone we're expecting to get the value back that we gave four that transaction happen. We're not going to go rave about it on review if that wasn't the case it's just hey. We did it. Air transaction so brands have focused in on relationships and really building that extra little something that they can do with individuals. The people that they're currently serving the ones that are going to be leaving those reviews and hopefully talking about them online. So they're showing up more often. That's now how sales are generated especially in this world that we're moving into which is that dark social world in which is a lot different than the dark web but more and more conversations are happening in the inbox even with people talking about brands in so we as companies can't even see necessarily what those conversations are being had about our business and we're definitely not getting invited to the conversation and less. We've established some kind of deeper report than a transaction with our customer. I think that's fair. I think a lot of people would say okay. Relationships are important. I wanted to hear your version of it. Because i think you start to take a different level as you know. How do we see this as an opportunity and a new way to think about our relationship with our customers. And i love that. Don't even say with you. I didn't know who you were a year ago. And i started this show. I started interviewing speakers and as follows. Their journeys like oh. They're speaking at this event in lima. Ohio and i'm like what events in lima ohio. And guess what. It's an event thrown by jessica. And so i'm like okay. Well who's jessica yu so you start to figure this out and then i mean iraq with some of the speakers and they're like jessica's awesome. You should meet her. And then we go to an event in your there and it's like these relationships start sometimes not even in person they start just in the ether if you will make just like. He's like word of mouth but it's not the way people think about it. It's like your name is living on your reputation on elsewhere that magnet versus bullhorn thing. Yeah but it's like you're tracking in your community of like minded individuals and people that are going to stick with you and advocate for you win. That's what you're putting out right like you're you're gonna find your matches very easily that the referrals from referral right and people that have done business wave more efficiently effectively and sustainably than if you're just doing the bullhorn approach that we've all been taught about marketing advertising that we just have to blast our message out loud to began to reach as many people. It's not as effective if we just focused on doing the work so people come to

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"153" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

Best BBQ Show

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"153" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

"Now it's It's so cool to see that barbecue gives back whether it's monetary or food or whatever is giving back as part of the scene. Yeah it really is what it is. 'cause i mean allen's barbecue been around eighty eight million years i'm like we've just been cooking meat with food and it's always been about you know like back then as people huddling up around a fire while cooking because that's kind of where your community is is around that fire and it is a living breathing element and it just draws you in because it makes you feel better. It makes me feel comfortable so along with that. You're definitely going to get a sense of community just with what you're doing with it. It's not it's definitely not like an isolationist type of thing where he just working aligned running some steaks and stuff like that. It's a it. Has this almost deep communal instinct. Before there was shelters and heat everyone just got near the fire because that's where it was warm and then you through some on. I mean that's who knows how many thousands millions of years of that is like coated toward dna. Exactly it's just like a very primal instinct that we have to join around fire and that's ours bro. Dogs can't make fire. Bears can't make fire. Elephants can make fire. that's just humans. Is the black kite. Have you heard of that thing in australia so not. Starting wildfires were happening last year man. Twenty twenty I started trying to research some of the causes of some of the wildfires over there. And i found this critter called the black kite. It's a raptor that flies into fires picks up stakes and can travel sticks that are on fire and can travel up to a mile away to set other fires to flush out lizards. Snakes should like that eat so just have this asshole bird around starting fires but other than that. Yeah that the humans can do it if anyone going to have an asshole bird. It's going to be australia australia. Yeah shoutout to a behind the smoke. there's a. There's a few podcasts out. There is failure and there's a lot of texas barbecue dude. Australians and texans that's kinship right there i still always make the joke. That if you're gonna wait in line at franklin you're can't get drunk before noon with australians because that was the thing there that the climates are always rough. And there's a lot of stuff just in nature they'll kill you so we have. We have a whole lot of lot of similarities with australia's like the texas of the world definitely and they don't like being called british texans. I tried that one. A couple of times didn't go over too well. i don't. we're leaving. Australian british impressed girl the other night because i i caught that she was welsh british. Very very happy about that. The wealth gets kilt. Yeah yeah. I mean australia houston's barbecue All the way on the west coast is dawn's that guy's killing. I mean he gets huge briskets Who else is out there. There's a bunch of places. I'm blanking right now. But from sydney to melbourne. That's like three or four solid places. It's just it's so cool to see you know Bill do miss went out there Wayne miller went out there a lot of people out there just to just to cook and you know i would love for the show to blow up so that i can get out there..

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"153" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

Best BBQ Show

04:35 min | 10 months ago

"153" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

"Every time you cooked no housekeeping it on So we've only had to take the stack off. I guess three times since we originally parked over there. Okay it move it with all these phone lines and everything. Yeah yeah twenty three feet off the ground you got a tall stack. I i was. I was messing with someone in the comments. I think it was Burnt bean company. Someone was saying there. Stacks were to hall. And i was like. I don't think you know what you're talking about bro. Ari got ever flew. Yeah well and and I feel like when i first started the show. There was a lot more people putting opinions out there. But i think people are starting to realize texas barbecue is something that they don't understand and so they're they're less brave to just like start saying stuff when you know all they have is a traeger or something yeah and side not on. The trigger is still gets hilarious. Is that there's barbecue competitions being won by and as one hundred thousand dollar rigs it's getting beat by somebody boulder thing in the back of the truck. Yeah but yet but texas barbecue man just like with with such a big thick crappy cut of meat. That brisket is just being able to cook that thing right. There's a lot of different science and a lot of different technique with it and with with all the briskets off cooked. I sell figured it out. I'm still changing different things everyday with it and with with people just to say something about somebody's cooker. That definitely don't know what they're talking about even even me like as much as i've cooked still would know how to cook on somebody else's cooker unless like halfway through the cook and being able to judge what's going on with different parts of it so well and you know you. I wouldn't say that the guys at franklin scientists whether the closest thing as far as he was concerned that was the first place to.

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Insider Info with Annie Kreighbaum and Nick Axelrod-Welk

Forever35

07:56 min | 11 months ago

Insider Info with Annie Kreighbaum and Nick Axelrod-Welk

"Our guest today are anti creek bombs. And nick axelrod welk anne neck i love. I love a duo on the podcast. Welcome thing so excited to be here so let me let me give a little. A little highlight with your bio. Anne is a beauty journalist turned exac and former brand lead for glossy and nick is a former reporter for l. and wwe which is women's wear daily correct. Yes it is there. Were these things called. Newspapers that we used to read would get delivered every day. It was the fashion newspaper. Like the most. I one of the most iconic fashion newspapers i would say and you are also the co founder of the personal brand. Excuse me personal care brand. Necessar- said that right. It's been awhile since i've taken french. And you co founded the iconic beauty site into the gloss and together. They co host eyewitness beauty which is a beauty and pop culture. Podcast available wherever you get your podcast. You guys to focus on the business side of beauty. And i'm curious with this question. I'm not even i'm wondering if it's even possible for there to be trends in beauty in twenty twenty one when when the beauty is feels like the world has kind of just been uprooted or or changed by this pandemic but what are some trends that you are are seeing that you're seeing and that you like for yourself well on the kind of inside baseball cy. But sure it's not news to anyone like you describe yourself as like more of like a novice like outsiders which i think you're an expert than you give credit for it. But but for since the since they started tracking this stuff color cosmetics which make up products. I don't need to explain to anybody. Listening with that. Means has been like the category that's been consistently the number one revenue driver for any like big brand just for the industry in general like like the biggest challenge of the pie. I don't know what color cosmetics is so that's basically when you walk into a sephora and you're you're the first thing you see is makeup skin care is in the back of the store and the fragrances at the back of the wall like. That's all intentional. In order of sales. Yeah oh lord was at a certain point. Yeah learning okay okay. yeah so. The industry is is sliced up. Land like hair care. Skin care whatever color. Cosmetics has been like since the dawn of time like the number one biggest category billions of billions of dollars. Will just last year skin care has taken over which hilly coming from my glossy and like kind of seeing that wave happen. I think it really started with k beauty coming into the us people on the internet. We're getting much more educated around like ingredients and different. There's going team. I think like the trend has been going on for quite some time. But just last year. I think with the pandemic And people being at home and having to diy more skin care. And i think too like people understanding like actually. I don't need to see a dermatologist. For every little thing. I can exhausted. Leasings myself Skin-care has overtaken. So i think that that's gonna continue for sure in like the entrance of all these mid to lower mid range brands in terms of price point like the ordinary or the inky list or natori like things that could all of a sudden by acid For ten dollars versus what happened probably five years ago which is either the hydraulic. Acid is from lemaire and it's two hundred and fifty dollars or they're probably wasn't even one you could buy in the drug store so i think that they're just exists now category of product. So that you know what like with makeup. You could buy ten dollar lipstick to get the same idea as a forty dollar up stick Same relative color now with skin care. You can sort of do the same thing. Okay so many so many questions. So i wanna i ask you because you mentioned this sensation of going into sephora and everything is so deeply intentional and i know it's the same with marketing and packaging and in thinking about like price points getting lower. Our is the quality of products the same so much of beauty just like markups and exclusivity and making something sound fancy and getting it in the hands of like victoria beckham or is there a true difference in quality so one anecdote i have. Is that one time someone told me in this completely rocked my world. That lemaire is made in long island and and that sort of says it all like you know. It's a cream with some like plankton. In it or you know no seaweed. I guess and it's made long island and they call it. Lum creme de la mayor and it's three hundred dollars Is that does that mean that. There's two hundred dollars worth of ingredients in there. No one hundred fifty. No one hundred fifty eight okay. So for context like the markup degree product but for a healthy cosmetics company business in general the markup on cosmetics from the goop and the packaging is eighty percent margins. So a two dollar what it cost you two dollars to make gold charge ten dollars for and that's like standard across the industry and you can't really knock a cosmetics company for doing that because they are so so cheap to make and to have investors to be able to pay the bills to be able to make this something that can really support a team and you know whatever and like grow a business. That's just industry standard so like. I don't think anybody's pulling the wool. Over consumers is this markup rate on the fashion. It's like some pence fifty percent or less of a markup. So that's i kind of a comparison. I forgot like what other interesting. I was about to say it. But i'm sure nick has a million. Well well yeah it's not. It's not an evil thing. The markup i think there's so many more there's so many more costs testing everything saying what's the difference between something that's like super expensive versus something. That's like a little bit more accessible. I do think that there's a huge difference. I mean i think what the ordinary did is like very interesting. And i still think they make like a lot of great products in general but you kinda of see like the texture of putting on like the heireann sierra and from the ordinary that costs you six dollars versus like one that has more ingredients in it from like a. I don't even know if they have one and playing with taught harper. Like it's this absorbs into skin better doesn't leave sticky feeling. Where's better under makeup. Like might smell nicer. These are all things that you have to consider. Its except for some people. It's worth paying for for others. It's not worth it and they'd rather just by the seven dollar one so okay so this leads me to my next question. Which is i'm kind of obsessed with this idea of dupes especially when it comes to here and makeup like and candles but not all. Dupes are really dupes. I kind of get into this. Like spiral do you believe. Dupes are real as possible to have a troop in skin care or makeup products. I think it's rare. There's certain things that you can charge more money. For the candle you can afford like a fragrance concentrations get a more powerful fragrance certain synthetics that are really expensive like amd brett Which is a mosque. like an animal derived. it was an animal derived. Musk now it's all Made in the lab But that is like a really expensive thing to create. So that's why a lot of like less expensive candles expensive fragrances. Don't have that smell

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Arizona reports record 253 new COVID-19 deaths, 5,932 additional cases

Mike Broomhead

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Arizona reports record 253 new COVID-19 deaths, 5,932 additional cases

"Deaths reported today than Any other day in the pandemic. After a backlog and reporting 153 new deaths reported today, however, 215 of those air due to death certificate matching this brings the state death toll now to 9317 5932 new cases also reported today. More than 16,100. New diagnostic tests were recorded this morning. Coronavirus related hospital metrics continue to trend upward, however, a ventilator you saw a slight dip overnight. Taylor

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Methuen Police Chief, Captain Placed On Leave After Inspector General Report

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Methuen Police Chief, Captain Placed On Leave After Inspector General Report

"Chief of Police and the captain are on paid leave after the state inspector general alleges misconduct that gave the chief and senior officers some of the highest pay in the nation. The report 153 pages and alleges Chief Jo Solomon Captain Gregg Toland worm or interested in green and Blue. Concocting contracts and in chief Solomon's case, ignoring conflict of interest guidelines serving on the city's negotiating team for the contract, despite his own pay being tied to that officer's pay with WHO and Mayor Neil Perry says the actions are not disciplinary actions but were taken to give the city an opportunity to fully review and act on the recommendations of the Office of Inspector General and the anticipated audit of the Police Department. That's expected soon a fatal

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Arizona virus death toll tops 8K with 2nd-largest daily rise

Mike Broomhead

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona virus death toll tops 8K with 2nd-largest daily rise

"Has surpassed a grim milestone today for coronavirus tense the state now surpassing 8000 total deaths. After 153 were reported today. The second most deaths reported in a single day 5859 new cases and more than 14,800. New diagnostic tests were processed overnight.

Coronavirus Update:  Arizona  daily  death toll back on the rise

Mike Broomhead

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus Update: Arizona daily death toll back on the rise

"Numbers out today in Arizona, Chris. And while the number of cases might not seem unusual, the death sure do today is the second deadliest recording day for the pandemic in Arizona. With 153 new deaths reported The statewide death toll now stands at 8125 2nd deadliest day on record in Arizona just goes to show you that even though we can see the light at the end of the tunnel with the vaccine, this pandemic is far from over. We are a long way from over. And when I want you to keep in mind is that if we have a mortality rate of about 1% that when you hear that we've got 5500 new cases. At 5500 new cases means that we're gonna have 50 people pass away eventually. So what we're seeing now, the higher death toll that's a result of real when he had those right after Thanksgiving started seeing numbers climbing the death tolls is a lagging indicator and you're gonna start seeing those those the dead numbers. Climbing as well, simply simply as a a product of the mathematics on this virus. It Z going to happen now is the hospitals are filling up. That's when we have to take a look at care, availability and care availability drops. You're going to see the mortality rate increase simply because people are gonna be able to get the care they need to survive. It was terrifying.

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"153" Discussed on Badass Agile

Badass Agile

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"153" Discussed on Badass Agile

"Eighteen good to see you. You're looking good. Thank you for tuning in. I have a mindset shift for you today. I want you to think about all of the work that we do as being a form of solutioning and before we dig into it. Let's take a moment to remember why we're here to create an elite tribe of leaders who truly serve their clients and communities by doing what matters and what works relentlessly chasing value and Excellence like a bath is there's so many resources out there, but what we need to do to be agile, but we're focused on who you need to become in order to lead teams. So let's hammer down those fundamentals to create a truly unique and powerful force in this industry. Remember guys, if this helps you tell your friends come on over and visit us in the badass agile, listener Lounge off there in Facebook links are in the show notes. Let's remember something really important. The point of what we do the reason why we labor the reason why we pursue agile, the reason why we study it the reason why we work to perfect our craft is not to be agile. It's not even to build things with Jilla T. It's to solve problems point blank. One of the big problems I have with modern agile is that we're pigeonholing our walk into it type product based Solutions, but really are they Solutions or are we building stuff that we want other people to buy and use our we should be asking people what problems need to be solved and therefore what kinds of solutions would address them if you think really carefully the answer might be no. And how would you know for sure? Well, if you can't say with certainty what the objectives are of the solution that we're building, how will we know if we did it? Well from a business metrics perspective did this help us gain more customers satisfy the customers we have increased how much each customer spends with us decrease their frustration at the check-up because if you can't say for sure what those outcomes are your building something that you want to build because you think it's something that people should use there is a huge difference between building things. We want things. We think we need and things that actually create value by solving a problem. If you're not you're not like me this will probably sound second nature because you know for a fact that if you just keep building things, That are similar to things that other people have already built because you want to have a similar success as the people who have already built them. You start asking yourself. Why would anybody buy this? How come nobody's banging down my door to get one and when you look at it that way you realize that one of the most powerful questions. You should be asking every chance you get is what hurts that's right off. What's not working? What is it that you wish were a certain way and you're frustrated because it isn't that way despite your best efforts. You can't seem to get where you want to go notice how long question is radically different from what he need or what do you want unless dig deep on the psychology that for a second when you ask somebody what they need or what they want. The list should be long people want lots of things and in a time and on a planet where it's very difficult to find people who are truly decisive and wise We try to protect the downside by saying we want a need a lot of things because hey Maurice better. Right? Well the problem is when you talk about the things that you want or the things that you need off you're running down that big long unprioritized laundry list a stuff that you think might work might make impact, but the reality is you're not sure but if you make this simple tweak with me change the wording to what hurts and you'll notice something happens. Now people talk about the things that they want in the reverse. They're talking about the things they want but can't have they're talking about the things that they want in the frame of this pisses me off. It bugs me that this isn't working. I hate that things are this way. I want them to be that way notice the difference in energy. When I say to you, well, I'd really like to optimize our store operations so that I could offer e-commerce and Store to Door delivery for our customers. What sounds nice home but it sounds a little different than this. It drives me nuts. That is big as we are as smart as we are as powerful as we are we can't figure out a way to put a simple product off into a metal bucket with four wheels and a seat and get it to our customers front porch because that second statement indicates pain and unfortunately, we're more motivated to make change when things hurt then we are when things are Rosy sunny and fair weather. So don't be afraid to ask your customers to get a little pissed to find the point of pain the thing that if they could fix just one thing everything else would become simpler off or completely unnecessary. What's that? One thing they could do what's that one thing they would change because now my friends you're staring at a problem begging to be solved and you and your teams can double down and solve it and that's how you create what value exactly value is created. When you solve a problem that no one else can solve or wasn't getting solved for the benefit of the business because oftentimes it's the painful problems that represent that 1% Competitive Edge. It's the one thing that your competitors can't do or can't do yet. It's that one thing that nobody in your industry has figured out what you want to crack it. Is that one prong. The all the customers are groaning about but they feel like nobody's listening. So this is where you come in, this is what agility was born four to allow you to Pivot and focus on the things that hurt so that you can prioritize plan quickly move quickly deliver quickly and find the most important kernel of value and get it into the customer's hands with quality before the rest of the world knows what you get them. To my mind that's the true meaning of the word solutioning compare and contrast that to how most product and especially most it divisions are viewed in the eyes of that company or the world. We're seen as a necessary evil. We're seen as an investment not a revenue Center were seen as a place that builds what we're told according to the spec that we give them and at the end of the year when we haven't delivered any new value when nothing exciting or Innovative has happened we scratch our heads. We look to the IT department and we say it must have been them. They here's what I know from experience that when you flip the script and asked people what hurts not what do you want, but what is driving you nuts off? What's the thing that you want but you can't figure out how to get and when people start answering that question and you're able to focus your efforts on creating viable Solutions. This is how you become a necessity an asset a firefighter or a Firestarter. This could change your game. So bring this to your practice this week, You know what happens? You can reach out to Pat s a job or find me on Twitter at badass underscore Joe. I look forward to seeing you.

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"153" Discussed on 10 Bestest

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05:15 min | 1 year ago

"153" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"So first choice about how did MSG get this reputation but then it also goes way down. It takes us natural twist and turn and it becomes this really absurd story. It's such it's one of my favorite This American Life episodes. Wow. I'm so which is saying a lot too cuz that's my favorite podcast of all time. So, yeah. Well, I am really interested in that because sure I know the chemistry but I don't know the biochemistry and maybe there's something I don't know. So yeah, I want to learn more about it. Yeah. Thank you. It's a great story. You're welcome. Cool. All right, my next goal sheet. I'm so excited about this one because this is one of my favorites. If not my favorite screenplay writer and director. This is taika. Waititi. So taika waititi is a New Zealander and wage. First time I ever knew about him was when I went and saw the movie hunt for the wilderpeople in 2016. I loved the movie it was beautiful and so many ways in terms of the story itself and the human interaction and the pain and beauty and everything else just so well done. It actually inspired me to go to New Zealand later that year. I just I loved it. So I started looking more into this director and discovered his movie boy that he had done in 2010 and then Brian you had told me about what we do in the shadows, which is hilarious. I love it so much. I also love the show that's a spin-off of it so good. And since then he has just completely blown up. He got pulled into em Direct Thor Ragnarok and of course, once you're in the Marvel world and superheroes then wow. Everyone knows who you are, but he did just in 2019, he wrote and directed. JoJo rabbit and which got an Oscar and that story is just amazing and also which I didn't realize how it would tied together, but I had seen his Ted talk so he gave a tab somewhere talk a few years back. And once you see that Target makes a lot more sense of why he was so interested in playing the role of Hitler as he did in JoJo rabbit, it ties it all together. So his father is my ory and his mom is Jewish and he had a lot of complicated feelings towards Nazis and assassination and it's just great and it totally makes sense why that movie is so great along with him just being such an amazing actor writer and director taika. Waititi. Oh gosh. Yeah, I love tiger..

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"153" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"153" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"Yeah, I think maybe in the pandemic life. We have all learned how to be a little more frugal for sure like any way that I can help with that is as welcome information for yeah. Yeah, and I would say that I stumbled on this because of the pandemic but actually I learned about it from my co-worker took Beth who was a substitute for you as a guest co-host when you were at Sundance in January. Well before all this came down. Yeah, and he had just told me about it and I looked in was a this is cool. They have a lots lots of pro tips in here. That's great. Yeah, very good info. All right. My next goal sheet is an ingredient. And before I even named it just might be my most controversial close sheet with seems really weird, but it could be and that is monosodium glutamate. So MSG and the reason why I say it could be controversial is because 40% of Americans still avoid MSG at all costs restaurants have big giant signs that say no MSG to make you feel better off and let you know that you can order food that is safe and it's interesting because this has been debunked by science so many different times and MSG is a very safe is not bad for you doesn't give you stomach problems or whatever it says, but it's just behind added sugars sodium preservatives artificial flavors and colors and then MSG. It's above GMOs. Even the more people are scared of MSG than GMOs and gluten and that's so that's all the people that are gluten intolerant. It's double of what people have a gluten allergies..

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"153" Discussed on 10 Bestest

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04:26 min | 1 year ago

"153" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"Are we drinking some of that right now boy, that sounds right. I know doesn't it sound so refreshing sounds really good. So I need to check this out. So it sounds like I would love it. Well, thanks for sharing that. Yeah. All right. My next goal sheet is an article and a website down. So the website is called the prepared, and the article is called the same prepper Mantra common-sense rules for prepping. So obviously we have been under this pandemic in 2020 when we were recording this it is lasting a long time much longer than some people thought and of course in the beginning, especially there is these this Panic of page go to the grocery store buy all the toilet paper do all these things and you know that became memes and it became everything else but there is some it's a good idea to be prepared for certain key things like who knew that this could have happened now, you don't want to be that crazy person with a bunker with you know, ten years Supply and that's why I love this article cuz it says the same Preppers Mantra, so it's not about the prepping should be responsible valuable easy affordable comforting and fun. Hey, there's a big thing right there to it. Also talks about the same proper rules. So it says that you can wage. Like what's going to happen? There's just too many variables. No one knew of this kind of Ben demek was going to happen. So don't have tunnel vision or get caught up in whatever people are freaking out about on social media just be prepared have a plan but don't be too reactive just have a set plan that you have and they help you with this they talk about the eighty-twenty rule. They talk about all kinds of different information and the website is really good too. But I think this this kind of sane guide as a really good starting point and it just talks about, you know, different budgets what kind of ways to prepare things you can get. It just has so much good advice so you can still be prepared but not kind of manic about it definitely worth checking out the same pepper Mantra Common Sense rules for prepping am definitely cuz there's also just things like disasters that can happen, you know, so does that Surly they took we live in the Pacific Northwest they talk about the giant earthquake that can or or not can yep? Eventually happening..

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04:55 min | 1 year ago

"153" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"It's some of the best filmmaking and story-telling of any sort I've seen in a long time Star Wars the Clone Wars. Wow. Wow, so as you know, I'm also huge huge Star Wars fan and I didn't know this I didn't I would not have guessed that they were that good. So I think I'm going to have to do it. Yeah, and it even I mean even season one is still pretty solid and they're also I should say there's a way to watch it. That's not chronological but someone has taken the time. You so it's not season 1 episode 1 2 3 4 5 6 there's a timeline chronological timeline. And then there's the timeline they were released and you can watch it in either order off but it's very easy to find the way so you skip around through Seasons even but it's all timeline chronological interest and it's on and there's like not varying opinions. It's like way to watch it this way all the through as intended or chronologically on time and that's how I liked it better and I had a better experience while I don't know what it would have been if it's but it's going around in time. Sometimes it's like weird to me so really cool to do this and at one point it catches up and then then you watch it. Yeah, but in the beginning there's a lot of jumping around like even the movie which was first you watched like fourth or something. Okay. Wow, so dudes in between so that would be the way I think it's on Star Wars. Net or starwars.com or something where they have the list wage. Yeah, a lot of people know it's real easy to Google and find so cool. All right, I'm convinced and it's cool too because characters from The Clone Wars are now going to be intersect with mandalorians season 2. So even more incentive to know who these people are and there were many things that I as I was catching up and watching Mandalorian had no clue and then I saw them on clone wars and I was like, oh this even in season 1 of Mandalorian actually intersperse..

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05:28 min | 1 year ago

"153" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"King little demonstrations and like I said, it looks the food looks amazing and I'm not even vegan but they they're really delicious nice and then she's now she's just doing all this other fun stuff. It's really cool. I love it. All right. Well moving on to my first call sheet. I'm going to be talking about a creative outlet and this is calligraphy. So this is something that I have rediscovered. I actually first learned calligraphy when I was like ten years old at a summer camp. I loved it and then I kind of forgot about it. And so I think it was during the package that just going through Instagram and I discovered this really great calligrapher and her name is Sheena and she has an Instagram page and probably some other thoughts but mostly Instagram called crooked calligraphy. So at first I just enjoyed watching her do her calligraphy, but then I started reading more about her and so she describes herself off. An unhappy corporate lawyer turned sassy and thriving calligrapher an educator. And so it turns out that she has a lot of courses. She does offer free challenges and she has something called calligraphy 101 and lots of other courses that help you along. And so I actually took her free challenge and it was amazing. She is an excellent teacher and I always thought that I was a decent calligrapher know I didn't know what I was doing. I was just sort of Faking It Off and I learned just a few techniques from her and I already got better by doing it. So she's just wonderful and and her description of herself is Sassy a good one. She just like known nonsense and really fun. Another calligrapher that I have found is Sam Tyco, and she's a lot more upscale. So she does calligraphy for a lot of big fancy name. Corporations and stuff but she is awesome as well. So I'm sure there's way more out there but I really enjoyed getting into calligraphy. Oh, that's very cool calligraphy is something and I think you've talked about Uncle sheets before how just handwriting in general is a lost art form. Yeah not doing it as much anymore but calligraphy kind of you know is even it's not an artistic art form of handwriting which I love because that's all of the things that I love anything artistic and I've always been interested but I think I've even bought a book or something on it too long ever practiced. So maybe this will getting some motivation to just dabble even a little dab'll. Yeah. Oh for sure. Like you said learned so much more just on in the first little free course you had definitely off and I did I went all out and I got the the right pain and I get nibbs which are the metal things that you dip into the ink and I got the right kind of ink and the right kind of paper. And so I did get all of that stuff, but it really wasn't that expensive so you can get started. I would say under depending on how you picked it. You could under 15 bucks or something rolling. Great. You ever saw Hobbies go that's pretty cheap over..

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