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How the Pandemic Crushed the Middle Class

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 6 d ago

How the Pandemic Crushed the Middle Class

"The one common theme that will not be covered by The New York Times. Recovered by any meaningful I don't even call it The New York Times meaningful, but they have mass distribution, no doubt. Mainstream drive by activist outlet is the deterioration of America's working class. That finally, blue collar workers and people in the muscular class of our country welders and carpenters, electricians, we're starting to make meaningful gains under president Donald Trump. But as soon as we decided to lock down our country, we minted 500 new billionaires. Do you know there were 500 new billionaires in the last 18 months, new billionaires? There was a $3.8 trillion upward wealth transfer from working people to the ruling class. You will not have a country. Let me say this again. You will not have a country without a stable, robust, anti fragile middle class. It will not happen. You see the middle class is not dependent on the state, and they're equally skeptical of the rulers and their skeptical of the permanently poor. Middle class life must always come first when it comes to how are we going to create a robust and long-lasting society and civilization? The middle class has always been a hedge against the government getting too involved in your life for your business. The latest kind of wave of middle class anger has come from moms and dads in school boards across the country. But that really is just the latest manifestation of the economic angst and anxiety that has been created by a kleptocratic oligarchic grueling class that locked down the country unnecessarily is now firing people from their jobs not want to take a vaccine. And then punishing people if they dare disagree with the status quo.

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This Is What Makes Charlie Hopeful for the Future

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:04 min | 2 weeks ago

This Is What Makes Charlie Hopeful for the Future

"You asked the question, are you hopeful? I am hopeful about a couple things. So let me tell you what I'm hopeful about. And it's less about politics and it's more just about attitude and it's also about durability. And so after Biden was implemented, not elected. He was an implemented president, by the way. After Biden was implemented, we very well could have engaged in self pity. And self pity as Dennis has taught so many people throughout the years is a really bad starting point for anything constructive. We could have we could have set up, they had $420 million from Zuckerberg. You know, they spent all this money, mail in ballots, the country's over. But instead, you know, the regime called all of us domestic terrorists. They still do. They thought they could pummel us in the submission. They thought in March of this last year, we'd say, okay enough. Let's make Liz Liz Cheney the head of the Republican Party. Or we'll bring mit Romney back. And the fact you're laughing, greens me great joy. It does because we know that's a ridiculous idea. What happened was the opposite. What happened was because of how parents were exposed to their kids education during the Fauci virus. Parents across the country, all of a sudden, in a way they never expected the other side never expected got intimately involved in education policy and the education fights. And through March and April and May, all of a sudden we saw the most robust authentic and quite honestly sometimes messy political movement that still has traction and growing today, as moms and dads showing up to school board meetings across the country. And so you ask, am I hopeful? Our homeschooling population has doubled in the last 18 months. That gives me hope, doubled. We have twice as many people in homeschool. We did our campus tour at turning point USA. We can't find rooms big enough to be able to fit all the students that want to hear us talk on campus. And so I'll be honest that I think that politicians are largely a waste of time. I do. I think that we need to give them very short, easy to understand to instructions that they have to follow. And if they don't, we have to replace them and mostly we have to keep the pressure on Republicans, but our energy everybody has to be less about voting and kind of the palace intrigue and this. Are you showing up to school board meetings? Are you showing up to city council meetings? Are you homeschooling your kids? Are you showing up locally? Because honestly, for the last 20 years or at least the last 5 years like Charlie, I bought the pillow, I watched Fox News. I did everything I was supposed to do. And it's like, that's not enough. You have to, you have to do more. So I'm hopeful 'cause the people are tougher, stronger and more committed than ever before and eventually the political leaders will

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The Avatars Are Coming (MM #3887)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

The Avatars Are Coming (MM #3887)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. When we talk about avatars, first thing, of course, comes to mind for most people or the movie series called Avatar. Or maybe if you're a gamer, Fortnite, well, the avatars are coming, but not just a game is not just a movie screens, they're coming to your smartphone to your computer screen to your television to the wall of your house. All thanks to artificial intelligence, all thanks to the cloud. The avatars are coming and are going to change your life. Because what we found over the course of the last 18 months, a lot is going to have to change. When you walk into McDonald's, you have a hard time sometimes getting somebody to wait on you. They're too busy looking at their phone, looking away not paying attention. What if you walked into McDonald's and started talking to a kiosk that recognized you by name? What about talking to a banker in the middle of the night, or looking at real estate property of two in the afternoon? When somebody's too busy to talk to you in person, thanks to artificial intelligence powered avatars, the world is going to change, thanks to COVID, the world is going to change much faster than we thought it would. People have been talking about AI based avatars for years, but now the talk is action, and the avatars are coming.

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The Avatars Are Coming (MM #3887)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

The Avatars Are Coming (MM #3887)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. When we talk about avatars, first thing, of course, comes to mind for most people or the movie series called Avatar. Or maybe if you're a gamer, Fortnite, well, the avatars are coming, but not just a game is not just a movie screens, they're coming to your smartphone to your computer screen to your television to the wall of your house. All thanks to artificial intelligence, all thanks to the cloud. The avatars are coming and are going to change your life. Because what we found over the course of the last 18 months, a lot is going to have to change. When you walk into McDonald's, you have a hard time sometimes getting somebody to wait on you. They're too busy looking at their phone, looking away not paying attention. What if you walked into McDonald's and started talking to a kiosk that recognized you by name? What about talking to a banker in the middle of the night, or looking at real estate property of two in the afternoon? When somebody's too busy to talk to you in person, thanks to artificial intelligence powered avatars, the world is going to change, thanks to COVID, the world is going to change much faster than we thought it would. People have been talking about AI based avatars for years, but now the talk is action, and the avatars are coming.

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Conservatism: Preserving the Small Against the Big

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | Last month

Conservatism: Preserving the Small Against the Big

"And I think there's something special about Vermont that we shouldn't forget that we as conservatives should focus on, which is the idea of preserving the small against the big, which is that sometimes it's important that we as conservatives recognize we want to have local communities stay strong, family stay strong and that we of course want limited government, but we also don't want overreaching corporations either destroying timeless family businesses that have been passed down. And so I kind of always like coming to Burlington, I don't know if Burlington likes me coming, but apparently it's thank you, where it's. Actually really interesting and important where this is one of the few cities that has still kind of kept at least from an aesthetic standpoint the idea of small town America. And not wanting these soulless godless corporations to come in and destroy small business and entrepreneurship and there's some very interesting contradictions that I think that Vermont is living through right now that we'll talk about. Because Vermont has always been this idea that we want to keep the way we want to keep things the way they are, which is actually a conservative idea. And some people on the more socialistic left would disagree, they would say that, well, no, we want to we want to abolish private property or stop business, see they're already cheering for the abolition of private property. We have a nice start already. So you won't mind if I take your poorly worded sign. I could tell. So they must be consistent then. But there is this idea though that we as conservatives in the last 18 months, thankfully have stopped being corporate cheerleaders. I think that's a really healthy thing that we as conservatives should stand for the good the true the beautiful for the local and the decentralized, not the foreign and the distant and the

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Daniel Horowitz, Host of the Conservative Review Podcast, on Ivermectin Use in India

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | Last month

Daniel Horowitz, Host of the Conservative Review Podcast, on Ivermectin Use in India

"Show with us today is a friend of mine and I do not say this lightly is one of the smartest people on the planet and he's a gift. He's a gift to our country. He's a gift from God and he is wise, he is relentless, sometimes he's contrarian and he's brave and going all the way back at the beginning of the pandemic, he's always just decided to go where the numbers were the numbers lead him and quite honestly also on crime. He said some of the best articles on what's happened with crime in America, but that's not what we're here to talk about. It's Daniel Horowitz, the name of his podcast is called conservative, review, and he's in very high demand now. He's a treasure when he talks. I just stop. I drop what I'm doing, I say, he makes sense. He knows his stuff, and we have gone into great detail on two of his articles in particular that I want to talk about, but first, Daniel, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Great to be with you and thank you for your con comments. Look, I never thought that during a time of an open border, the most ubiquitous crime wave we've ever experienced and inflation like Venezuela, strain supply lines, those wouldn't even be the problems. Yes. We literally be fighting for our bodies our lives our ability to live and that's certainly what's been keeping me busy, but glad to join you today. Well, it's just terrific. And so we're going to go into two of your articles in particular and we'll see where it leads us. The first I want to talk about your piece on a province in India from Uttar Pradesh I might be mispronouncing it and how they used Ivermectin. What do the numbers tell you when you did your research? Sure. So, you know, one thing is very clear, whatever you do or don't do. Pharmaceutical intervention, NPI non pharmaceutical intervention. I think the most consistent thing the last 18 months is it comes at saturates an area for 68 weeks and it leaves and then kind of comes back. So, you know, it's hard to draw conclusions because we have to understand natural cycles are the most important thing here. Now to be clear, the virus is not natural. It was created and contrived. But once it's in circulation, that's what it seems to do. However, when you go to this province in India and actually several others that also use Ivermectin, but this one is the most profound because they institutionalized it most broadly throughout the population, is that their curved dropped the quickest and the earliest and then it flatlined. So if you look at America, if you look at anywhere in Europe, even when it's low and out of season, there's a certain floor. There's a certain floor that it's kind of always circulating. There it is literally

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"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

06:42 min | Last month

"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"One of the last four. They closed so It was a fifteen minute. Wait so that was nice. So the last thing. I think we have in this list. Lisa is the beacons yes Beacons of light. Which is what i guess. They're the all four icons at the parks. They're kind of spruce in their lighting them up and they have a little announcement and if something happens so in the magic kingdom of course at cinderella castle and app cod is a pretty easy one asking to be spaceship earth and then animal kingdom sharpie your favorites as gonna be the tree of life and then over at disney hollywood studios. You're gonna have tower of terror. That i i saw very heated internet debate this week to weather The chinese theater should have been the beacon or whether it actually is tower of terror. Well so they do the thing. Because we were at hollywood studios and they do the thing where the they announce the. You know the celebration. And then the tower of terror whites up and it stays lit up in. Its thing and i i think the chinese theater should be the icon. But i'm assuming there's some copyright issue and that's why it never has been the icon for the park. And then they built a giant hat in front of it. And what was the water tower which was stupid And then they got rid of the water tower with the ears and then they built the hat in front of the chinese theater and that was the thing they used and now on marketing materials. You see the tower of terror so there must be some reason they don't use the chinese theater But it's definitely what 'cause you walk in and that's what you see that's the the weenie as well as walt disney would say when you walk in Do you know why that is. Sharp is at some copyright thing or do you know what the deal is. I had heard that for a very long time that it was a it was a copyright issue. But i mean it is like the thing like you said it's it's in in wall speak it is the weenie But yeah but. I don't know i i would assume that they would have to pay royalties to to to be able to use that facility as their hallmark Icon because you always see different marketing. Things have the four parks and hollywood studios is always something different. Like you'll see some pieces that have this is some pieces that have that they used to have this archway with mgm on it and sometimes it would be that You walked over to the right. Yep i mean they've just. That park never had anything and now it's kind of the tower of terror Is kinda used that as their symbol. Well it has a good status or preemptively. After like i don't know i'm gonna say two thousand five two thousand six ish it. It really struggled with an identity. Yeah it did yeah. It's a it's a nice park now. i mean there's still rum for things that i think indiana jones could be a whole thing If another movie comes out in his popular A and there's a lot of space do something with that That whole animation area to the right is of dead I miss the animation courtyards. I mean they used to have an functioning studio there. Now it's just a meet and greet for star wars characters So all of that Could be redone and the the little mermaid Aerial show was closed So a lot of that is and just kind of stuff that could be still redone but everything else with toy story and Star wars and the tower terrier area is all very well done and makes it a full day now so overall. I think fiftieth was great. Two thumbs up. It's definitely worth going back. We went back the next week Just to enjoy last night. Yeah clearly back at one. Am that so so everybody is definitely very late night. it's a long flight and We stayed 'cause we had a ten o'clock flight at night on the way back. So we did animal kingdom on that day and enjoyed it. Well we maximize our time. We had the first flight out. Saturday saturday sunday monday and then the last flight out last night on monday so it was it was definitely a fun and the kids enjoyed it and yet to take the kids to disneyworld again and it was fun so they enjoyed the fiftieth. I still didn't get my fiftieth merchandise. That i wanted to get because we never made it to the magic kingdom with them or to dizzy springs. I still need to go again. Get that partners. Had that i want to get and they. They were really happy to be back because it's been a while for them since they've been in the magic or in disney so they still haven't sweden. We never with them. We didn't make it to the shows. So they still need to see enchantment and harmonious. we have that next eilly or so tired and They haven't done the remmy over at epcot. So there's still there's always something new and with a fiftieth. There's a lot. There's a lot of stuff new So we'll definitely have to go back. Enjoy it again. So we'll do another show we've got coming up we've gotta show on jeanie jeanie plus lightning lane and all the news going on there. We did Halloween horror nights h. N thirty so he can give a quick review on that coming up and just disney universal in general so with that. I'm gonna go ahead and wrap up the show. I would like to thank pixie. Vacations responsive asked if you enjoy listening to the shows do this every time record If you have comments or questions for us please send those to us at men at pat dot net. Thanks for joining us and please join us again. Next time on mouse jet..

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"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

08:19 min | Last month

"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"Thirty twelve twenty almost an hour late. Yeah and when we walked in there were people in the front of the restaurant just being served their breakfast but we should say that it had just been opened a couple of days. So you did lunch. We did lunch. We had horrible service. I mean even even like vanessa asked for a nice and the guy like yelled at her about it. He was rude about it. Horrible server horrible experience with that. The foods though was very good so i feel like they need to work out their kinks and i. I'm not going to shoot it down. i'm not gonna say don't book it but make sure you book yourself extra time if you're going soon and look it. Look it later so we january dinner. Dinner was really good. We had a really good waitress. Super informative i had some guy we had had never surfed before. I don't think he belonged a signature restaurant. It was not good i had the we had the Fillet of course which was really nice. Cut it with a spoon and it was really well. It was nice. I was gonna say well done but not well done. It was perfectly prepared. Yes nicely prepared. We had the crabcakes which lisa denied eat. And i you get to giant crab cake so after eight mine. I didn't even want to eat hers. We had a kind of basic salad and then we had the That chocolate cake that you see all the photos of which i believe is fourteen layers one for each floor of the contemporary. And it's like a it's a it's a balancing act for them to carry it out with would be there for another four hours if we would not have been good. It was for us. It was it was. It was a great dinner. So i may be dinner or just wait until they figure things out and then triumph for i think for everything about our meal was fantastic. 'tatoes in the asparagus. The server and So i have my was amazing. So i had an iceberg wedge salad which was probably one of the best salads i've ever had. That's what they were saying at our table that it was just amazing. I ended up getting good and i got a vinaigrette. And i'm not big on the blue cheese but By salad was amazing. It was good. It was good and also got the stack. Burger was sounds good. Which was awesome. Amazing if you just had a better server thank you would add better ed grades and and i think do blame it on working through the kinks but i also think that they should have acknowledged the fact that we had been sitting there for almost three hours and yeah now yeah someone should be like. Hey we're so sorry in like a manager should have come out and then they should've maybe com something. That's yeah they Complaining either so it's not like we were like you know. Yeah i like the. I don't know when you first walk in. it's gonna nice vibe. Fair was really nice so the restaurant looks is. It's over there where The wave used to be So hopefully it'll iron out its kinks. We did not do space to twenty Now although i see so many mixed reviews from people the win the people who were like. Oh it's awesome as great and then people who were like. Oh my gosh not worth it at all so i. I don't know where people fall. I've seen both sides. I have not gone by lauren. You get some hopefully reservations in the future december. The will let you know what we think on space to twenty lisa. Where else on the list there. Okay so we can go Let's stick with food and lauren. You did kind. Will you checked out six rose. We just peaked in there. And we had a drink in the lounge We didn't need any food or anything but the refer. It looks beautiful. The people with actually did get some desserts. I did not I just had a drink. So but yeah it was The verb is really pretty. So if you're looking to go there. I do recommend it. The lounge was actually very comfortable on relaxing. It just kinda santillan. Go over up kat. Food and wine good bad we did not do any food and wine choppy doing for and one. Yes definitely did food and wine and believe it or not for the for the history books. I had my first beer ever real like at epcot her ever in your life ever in my life and what a world stand what have you have a pabst. Blue ribbon the the wild cherry of ice and lured booze. It was it was it. Was that beer. that lured. un was it came highly recommended so yes it was. I loved it. And as a matter of fact i went to The enchanted rose two nights later and they had a a- pomegranate have ice. And i got that as well so two beers one trip. I ever you know it was great i did. I did While we were waiting for harmonious and we were we staked out. Our spy did get a beer flight. Germany i went a little farther. I find i'm i'm a. I went to even know a little pass. Germany and i found a place that had a beer flight. It's always i feel gonna nice. Selection is a good value I got like three or four different beers. I think it was three different beers Then in it's definitely enjoyable and we did a few food booths and the crowds. Were not too crazy when we went. And i just love this snack around uppercut so and the the menu. This year are phenomenal. I have never been won much to do. I very adventurous foods. I am typically a. I will try something. But i'm usually not going to let go fully on it but i tried several things on this trip that were just completely completely delicious. So i had the Gosh i can't remember the name of it. I needed to be deposed but from the india kiosk and it was delicious. And then i. I got some from one from the china Place i got the the dumplings. They were religious so yeah i mean it was fantastic. I.

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"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

08:43 min | Last month

"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"The fiftieth anniversary shining star when we were there for us for The new remmy land. I guess over france pavilion the ride. The got the cranberry all you guys are getting onto many tangents here so much to talk so much talk. Nope nope nope. Nope nope going to cavalcades cavalcades. You guys are getting back. When you advocated the fiftieth anniversary cavalcade not not great about it and it was kind of. Yeah it seemed very average to me. Maybe shouldn't spend a lotta time if you happen to see a great okay. Great are- let's just go there. Papery lorne i went there twice. I'm gonna jump ahead to you and explain real quick. That crazy has two versions. You have a table service and you have a quick service window so they are capable services up only and they are differently priced and the actual crepes are different. They may they have a ham and cheese at the window and they have a ham and cheese at the table are different so check it out before you. Then we'll have him do as you can go into that section of france and you can actually walk into the crepe ri. Put your name on a list. They'll give you a time to come back. Which is what we did twice fascinating an hour. Wait and it was. I think probably one of the best values their haas. Will they have a deal. It's like a thirty. I want to say thirty two dollars a prefix thirty three dollars and get soup or salad. And then you get One sweet crepe and one savory savory and then you get a desert and includes either hard cider soda or juice. It's a great deal and then if you don't want to do that and you just want to crepe. It's a very inexpensive meal equivalent to a quick service but you could sit down and have a nice meal. Nice little restaurant i had a. We had the ham and cheese inside with the egg on top of it. Although my new favorite drink is there wasn't the french martini. You'd have favorite. Drink the crepe ary and get the french martini. It's life changing highly. Recommend good crepes. Did you have your member. So i did a banana. One and i didn't at at one will you do so. You didn't even have the regular dinner for guy even after we had the detailer one for dessert at the window and then we had a ham cheese at the window which is like little cut up pieces a ham but then when you go inside and we had the ham and cheese. It's like a different cheese. It's a it's got the On it it's got the full slices of ham as much as i. The i was much better. I'll although the the window was good as well Yeah so it's it's definitely value. It staff was nice. Yeah i was gonna say. I was really pleased with the servers. Yeah the staff management came by and checked on us. Those good a good time. Good experience highly. Recommend good place to go. Not that there's not a zillion other thousand places to eat up. Okay so we're going to go. We're going to segue over to rummy. Let's talk remmy div would you. Oh goodness it's for for the age. Group is perfect. 'cause it's a family attraction there's no restrictions at all And it's and if you think of dark rides like mister toad and lower we're talking about earlier and the what is it sleet of snow. White scary adventure. I mean used to get these little cars. And that was like fluorescent. Paint and black lights and little wooden things with little wooden doors would open and you go through the fireplace. And you'd be on this motorized track So it's come a long way from this. Dark ride is amazing. is a is my personal favourite. No but for for families and to get an end now you know you gotta do the virtual hugh which which goes like the second at opens up. I don't even know how you get a get a reservation for it but maybe that's eased up because so many people wanna ride it but it's very cute on you have the two opportunities you have the seven. Am and the one pm. Good two chances to try to ride. It's super q. You get in a little mouse and you and you are the right actually feels. It's it's similar to well you you you shrink down. I guess you get in this little mouse car and you're going around on like remmy adventure and of course your being by the chef and everybody i i don't the the thing for me is remmy was so long ago that i don't like who the people are rats and there's no like Like if you've forgotten you know it's the basic disney story but there's no like you just kinda start. There's no lake introduction or you just kind of go through the ride in it just you just kind of thrown into it It is definitely fun. It lauren or lease lauren. Would you think it's cute. it's cute. I mean it's i think it's perfect for the area. I think the area needed it. And i think it's it's perfect for all ages. It's not a. It's not to be equated in my mind to the mickey minnie's runaway railway. Okay so if you're gonna compare that i think mccain many essent times better i i love mickey minnie's high wrote it. I haven't haven't been on it yet. I hate. I hate when i question myself in situations like which word is correct. I i don't know but But as far as the track lists aspect and the age i think is is similar in his three d. yeah. I think there are similarities. Whether one's better than the other that's up to you mccain the a superior well you have to also remember the this romy ride is been how long since it was out of disneyland paris and it's the exact same attraction it hasn't been updated so it's You know it integrates like real life props that are large with screens with three d. With that track list system and it's cute But it's at least ten years that has been it disneyland paris. probably i don't know So where wrote it. What five years ago. Yeah and then. I happen to write it and then you probably thought it was really good. Cute i mean it's cute and then i wrote it when it opened. It's perfect for what it's doing. 'cause epcot needs Those family attractions. I guess so so. I thought it was. It was cute and people will love it. But i wrote mickey mantle genie with with advance reservation. Lightning lane whatever it is. I don't even know what to call those things anymore. But if you have he'd fast passes single passes whatever those are. I think it'll be knocked out of that pretty quickly. Oh yeah. I mean when guardians comes back absolutely but i think having Test track there. Aren't that many rides in epcot and to have something that the kids can do. I think they need percent a kids. Yeah something that the really enjoy not be afraid of warren can be skewing fits on the perez pavilion perfectly So yeah but I wrote making many for the first time it was. It was so good. I was thinking like it's going to be a little kitty and then i wrote it again this last weekend. It's so awesome the whole experience. I thought it was an. I waited an hour still earth. Who was worth it. I never waited hours on a normal day. Who.

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"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

07:55 min | Last month

"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"The day and they did those will start. I think they were putting all their eggs in one basket to the show open. I think the fountains will be better than just kinda Until we see that. Because if that happens i feel like that. Might change the effect of what they've been on app more like a like. It's a lot like the fountain of nations of nations. Got rid of. Do you think there might be a little thing. That happens throughout the day with music in them in the water earn. I hope so they could. That could yeah because right now. Sometimes you walk by. And they're just kinda spraying like a hose is just like. Oh is that the phone like anti-climatic is just a little thing. But yeah i loved. I thought the show was. I thought it was much better than the over magic keenum. i was like This is so much better great. And it's i think by far. And i know this is not going to be a popular opinion. I think it's probably one of the better epcot shows i've ever seen air. I sat it. I know it's a lot of all the disney movies. So but i i still love them. I like the show a whole lot better than i like limitations. I like the music. I like the upbeat. Twist on what. They've done with a lot of the great classics songs and what. I wasn't your big little deep. That was cocoa fantastic sequence so many good songs in there. But i don't like how You you have some air quote bad viewing positions Buffet very young. Michelle i mean. You feel like. I can't see this ring. That is the focal point. But honestly i don't think you need it. It doesn't lessen. I don't either truly need it out. I've never halis much on the projected on the fountain in on the water screen in the middle. That even if you are like far left or far right and can still see the center. You're going to lose some of the motion almost like three d. Effect that that found creates i i will always tell my clients. You need to be right in the middle of the stories. The msa lineup three hours early. You were there. That's hour to an hour and a half. Where'd you do. Where were you. Were you over in america or over by refers come directly The the place is off was right between the two ports of entry so the two shops that one one way to canada. The other you pass on the way to mexico right in the middle. You're gonna get a great view. The the audio is great. Their direct view is great. You get to see all of the country's lit up. There's a lot of benefit to be front side of the likud whereas with own. It didn't matter where you are. Great you around the entire lagoon but this show is different. Isn't that the desert party spot. Were a little off to the right and couldn't see the dead center of the circle. And i don't feel like i missed anything of that show by not saying now it may have been a bet that our view but i don't think i missed anything tremendously by not saying them at all. I felt like i saw a great show sharp. Is that location where you were a dessert party. Location later it most likely will be but they usually do the desert party behind the gift shop. So i mean which is still a good view but i i recommend being right in front And try not to get too far to the right Because you really do have to avoid the boat docks yeah. We saw from mars brand dessert. Oh well we were there we then we saw from germany also but Yeah and from france where you're paying for those that private viewing area where they'll have You can't see the circle at all. It's just it's just the f you just see a. It's completely the side of a quarter that you're looking at right. So is germany germany. Ucla wasn't as bad germany. You see some of the circle but not enough to appreciate you can see a little bit like a crescent moon. Yeah so that nothing feel like i missed out not no not saying god or we didn't see the full circle so we don't know what we're mr sharpie. We haven't seen the the direct view. But i still thought it was an awesome show in even the music at after it's over when you're walking up it just made me feel just like you. Just kinda kinda bopping as you're leaving. I give this show two thumbs up. I'm very happy with it. I will watch it again and again I was not that way with illuminations but that was also a twenty year show. Whatever it was gone. I still will. I will always miss the pre show music from eliminations. And i will always miss the post show music the those classic ahead all. Yeah spaceship earth. I love the new lighting. I think it is spectacular. It is very cool. It's it's something you're like man. They should in that years ago. It's it's amazing. The lighting on spatial perth case. I almost think it takes away the the the original shape and design and turns it into just this this light bright. That's the best word for it. It's a giant light bright. What's only does it only. Does it right now. It does it before elimination star. Early dishes before harmonious starts little shady effect. It's it's so bright and beautiful for what it is. But i missed the old affects of the lighting whether lighting is that way until it starts. Yeah so. I don't know it's it's different but i thought it was cool. I'm all for the noise in the monorails with the glow. I do like that. So i've cut it. Looks pretty have cat. Looks pretty cool in the monterey. Come along around in their glowing and you get a photo of spaceship earth and one of the ponds or and we were in the or at one of the water features just reflecting. I've got some beautiful shots. That way love that. You really don't see the lights on epcot like you don't see the light fixtures on have come on on spaceship earth during the day. I really like how way l. concealed they are like. I have no idea how they did it. Like how did you hide. All that and i can't believe they didn't do it sooner here and i we have this conversation. If they had done this ten years ago it would not be as cool as it is now because led technology has advanced so far down the last five to ten years. Third way down in what they're going to be able to do with that on all of your big holidays. Red white and blue on fourth of july red at christmas by can't way it's going to be a really is going to be. Spectacular was.

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"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

07:49 min | Last month

"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"Is the finale. At the end in that. I had heard that they have fireworks shortages and they can't get the fireworks and so they cut the budget but usually they do this massive dramatic anneli and it was right. Didn't even bother me. It was kind of there. But just yeah and there's just so many things. There's the finale. I didn't think was good. I was not a fan of the music. The projections looked nowhere near as good as the last show. Because the characters this kind of stuck in their different projection cup. We were talking about the a different company this time. There are some awkward pauses or the thing just kind of stops and starts that it just doesn't seem like flows and there was no vicious. Just are not. It's a half any mrozek to second hills it like all the sudden just stops and starts again and then star stops again and starts again. It's just there were so many things. And then the fiftieth. We were all hoping like there was going to be some big fiftieth peace and there was none not even at all so those were the things. Okay so that is. I'm willing to watch it again. Like when i go in december i will watch it again. I won't stand there for two hours to watch 'cause no that just seems excessive but i will definitely watch it one more time and and hope that i feel differently. Yes i it's. I don't need to stand the parks to watch it every night and then i think we should say to really quick where everybody thinks you should stand to watch them so go ahead. Sharpy said what. You're gonna say. Well just what i was going to say. It's take our criticisms with a grain of salt. It's it's a good show word disney fans we are comparing it to far superior predecessors like if you want to if you're going to magic kingdom for the first time and you want to see a good a good show is a good show else before you'll like it. It's not as good as the last show. If you're starving on a deserted island is gonna taste good but there are other shows that we think are better. At least i think there are better shows but or what it is. I mean it should have more hype for the fiftieth. But i think it is still a good show. If you guys like lauren you were too close to the castle to see all the fireworks that were actually quite spectacular. And i did watch them the night before obama my real well but even then now you're gonna fire works. Were amazing back to that question. Where should you stand. And i'm gonna say since we were literally up at the stage for one of them and i was behind partners or another i would say in front of partners would be a great spot to see it. We were slightly left of the partners. Statue with an honestly that's i would go slightly In the middle of the street off to the side of the hug or in the middle of the street off to the right of the hub. So left or right now left of the hub. Because the right of the hub. The castle actually blocked some of the fireworks through that window where you actually get to see all the fireworks that are behind it. Yep i think if you go any further bat nice spot when i get there i'm gonna kick you out now. I think if you're any further than that. I noticed that really impacts the show and i don't know if maybe it was just where we were standing but the wind carries the fireworks considerable amount so being to the left of the castle. I again i agree with you. I i do think that we had like the perfect vantage point. Yep i always say to. The left of the partner statue is the perfect spot. Any amount of their bath needs to position. Yourself to see the projections as much as you wanna see. No the other thing. I was disciplined. We get to harmonious. We'll talk about that. I was disappointed in. Did you do you remember. All the drawings and the renderings of this fireworks show yelp old. How pretty it looked all the way up main street with all the gold late and the gold castle. Yep that wasn't in it anywhere. Did i miss that. There's no tweak. Yeah it's it's. I think we have it on as our main image on facebook at the banner the top on a few of our pages and has beautiful artwork. Now i don't know i mean it was a good show. It's okay if it but it's nowhere to from what we've seen in the past. It's it's it's unfinished. Or i don't know something happened so you'll still enjoy it but any bring happily ever after back. I'm gonna start a petition. I am surprised. You have still wishes i say at this point. You know what. I'd like to see. I'd like to see fantasy in the sky. Redone is a modern version. They should have done something like that. That would have been a cool idea. They listen to us. Oh so lord. I gotta go. We're going to tell you about this first time. I went to an opening and waited for merchandise. I've never been the person who's like gonna get some merchandise but that was like the the frenzy that was going on when went to magic eight. So i finally went. There's a lot of work if you we ditched you guys. Like they're never leaving was we went and got it so well. You gotta get like a virtual Time to enter the area to get the merchandise. And then you gotta then you get a tax when you can come back so people are just waiting to see if they can get one of these pieces of paper that shows up on a sign where they can scan the qr code and then get in the queue and then you gotta wait for the q- it's a lot of work. I six twenty in the morning. You could not get into a cue for that. that's insane. yeah. I'm sorry that's absurd. I correct me feel free to step in step over me taco for company that is dredging everydollar out of my pocket lest i mentioned genie. Plus lightning lane. They missed the boat on capitalizing on fiftieth anniversary. Merchandise i mean they could. They could have blown it out of the water. they could have had alternate locations to purchase it everywhere. Yep three hard device of merchandise twice the amount of a law old in the other parks exactly. Oh miss they only magic kingdom for day one. Yup that's where the magic was happening but they really should have had more than one location. Shattered fiftieth anniversary. Walt disneyworld merchandise for each park. Animal kingdom should have had the fifty. Because it's part of the walt disney world resort. Well and then you would've wanted to get something from each park that said correct and might have distributed people among different part. I also think family of four eighty bucks to ride space mountain. Come on okay. So i think that brent grumble. I think the selection of merchandise that they had could have been a lot better because honestly i just wanted a nice t shirt to commemorate this but the t shirts were more of a piquet type of material and so i didn't like that we went to the limited edition ten well. That was the day out..

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"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

08:01 min | Last month

"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"We're like oh my god it's so good and then this time wishes i was team wishes thousand percent team wishes i was mad i was never gonna love happily ever after and then i watch happily ever after the first time and i was like. Oh this is good. I not feel that way after watching champion. I know how you feel after that. What's your take away from it. She said but not not because of the nut shutting tear of emotion. I said that almost tied to a champion zero emotional ties. I thought the fireworks were fantastic. But i don't ever need to stand in that park and watch that show. Wow that down very very busy and it will grow on me. But i felt like the show was unfinished. That's that's that's the only way. I can explain how i felt about this show. I thought the fireworks amazing thought. I didn't love the music. I didn't love sharp. He's going to disagree with me because he loves the instrumental staff I just i felt no connection to it. I know heartstrings. Poll i just. I don't know. I l beginning and i felt that at the end but they did not create excelled story. Line all the way through. They did into the unknown. Was amazing and i will give them an yeah. That was really good. I thought that was the best or the show. I think that what the show was lacking was of course what. You're saying the emotional. Pull the heartstrings. But it had zero. Mickey and zero. Walt aspects had fiftieth and not throwback disney and. I understand that. Like sharpy. And i we talked about this and you said to me. The story was supposed to be a moving forward not looking back but they looked too far forward and didn't bring anything back. That would draw you f. They needed a ten second at least drawback to wall if they opened it with walt talking. Yup i have been done. I don't know if you guys saw what posted Someone created alternative. Roy i i would have taken roy. I should have opened with roy. Because roy disney has never received the credit that he deserves for bringing waltz grand vision of of the florida project to reality. I think they should have opened with roy disney doing accounting and audit fantastic. I even got chills. Just now thinking about roy. Disney opening day speech projected on the castle so far dan phenomenal. Yep or even waltz segment that he recorded. I think it was in sixty sixty eight. Maybe sixty eight or sixty nine and talking about the florida project. Imagine that the original map. Walt disney world resort projected on the castle. They could've done so much. The live both memory and looking forward rate figures of magic by not looking back on the not celebrating fifty years of magic. That's how long like okay. We're gonna actually look forward to the next fifty years we're not going to are just the last five years. We're not going to actually look at what brought us to this moment to. That guy was a big miss. It was a huge miss. Everybody reason why people celebrate anniversary right through to hyun. Mrs now i don't i just i think there was just so much could have done it again. The fireworks for mazing the pyrotechnic. Very good deal it did you guys see the alternate beginning to enchantment show. That has been out there. I posted it on our pixie website but someone created an alternate and we can posted on the fan version. Yeah and they changed the first three mouse. Yeah the first. Three minutes are different. And i say we should pause this and go watch it back in but I'll posted on there. And then i want to know what you guys think about this. It was you disley done and it a hundred percent should have been this way. Absolutely daughter wants to learn projection mapping so that she can be a part of the next show so upset so bad. We only waited. What three and a half hours. Just the next day. And said i learned projection mapping needs take to make that which one so sharpie we we watch it. Lisa watched it from upfront. I watched it from main street with nobody on main street. I watched from right behind the narcisse statue. So first off the projections on main street. Were definitely not worth it like. I filmed the whole thing. And it's a opposed. If i haven't posted. I know it's on pixie Vacations facebook if not open a on mouth shed also but it was not worth being on main street to see but the projections. They were no word. There were kind of fuzzy and not really they just were kind of a side afterthought for the poor people. That run started this because even where i was which was the beginning of the circle. The actual hub I could not really make out the designs on the castle the projections and then when we saw the second night on the i i was. I was kind of impressed a good bit more. The problem rejections. Then i couldn't get the the effects of the works. I felt like the projections. The characters are like this like little thought bubble that pops up on the castle. There were so tiny that i couldn't. Yeah it was like. Oh here's a clip of this care of you know i don't know on a an bob. Oh man like in happily. It's new when she was coming. There was no connection to tink fly zone moment. in 'cause there would have been riots. Yeah the first time we saw her and she flew. I didn't catch it until she was halfway down. Client that i have talked to said is tinkerbell still in the show. Yeah okay then. I'll stay to watch it yet. They took her out. But there's no way heartfelt moment when it there's nothing that makes you feel like. Oh my gosh and then you have you cry or does nothing. It's just like it just ends. Show all this this soil was i would watch the show again and it would make me happy. Man it made happy is not yeah it hap is gonna. It's not that it's a bad show the two parts that made me remorseful okay takeaway. Let's take away the fact not lineup. Two hours mill. Watch that show again by the sea. I'd be fine seeing it if you take away the fact that it's a fiftieth celebration and you. Just say hey. This is a pretty nice firework show. It is a nice fireworks and show I i think it is. I my favorite parts were into the unknown. Like you said lorn. And i also like the villain part. I thought the villain part. It gave me chills. So i enjoyed it thoroughly. It's a decent show. I say and the other thing. I thought was lacking.

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"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

07:54 min | Last month

"18 months" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"Running and everybody ran up to the front to the castle. Show and then dispersed limit. It was nothing. I so i have a question for all three of you. Okay you ready And i might have to do this in a round robin because otherwise i have a feeling sharpie might dominate. No offence to anyone else. So sharpie goes last. Who who feel so unfair sharpie. She's picking now. i'm being targeted. Cheviot elites are being targeted for his superiority. No offense again. this is stupid. What were avoiding assuming. this is like trivia trivia. that's right up sharpies. Ira travel steve. Forget it okay so there were fifteen attractions in the magic kingdom on opening day. Just give a sharpie. No no come on. No all right lauren. I'll let you go. I give me one is no no tomorrow one attraction opening day. You know at least think you can do five up. No hints mister toad. Mr is not original. Wow twenty thousand leagues see. Twenty thousand leagues original. My god. we're doing great laurin. Alright were tied. Give it to sharp tied. What about uh google the google i know one have not googled sharpie. He doesn't need to go. Go give me word opening day. Attractions number one. Wait are you looking at a list. No i never off of the top of my brain. All right what he have so. I'm going to toss out opening day attraction number one the one that we got stock on. It's a small world wrecked. that's good. Okay you have another one. Because apparently you're to comrades here onto -ted mansion lauren. Really job those opening day. That was opening day interesting. The if you're losing oh well the bus things and the the they could a main street. The carriage thing in the bus thing vehicles counts because attractions back. Then we're kind of. I know another one. Okay hold on. We still back to sharpie obvious one. Oh there's a big one really really okay. Super-popular country bear jamboree old. Do love me. Some country bear jamboree. You're correct oh lawrence journal go lauren. O. jungle cruise question. Yes the job all right tiki tiki room goes sharpies act is whistling is yes walt. Disney's enchanted tiki roma's on their new management. Away your luck deep people. You all right sharpie. Snow white's scary venture. good answer. Good answer daily view or existing. It's gone. I feel like we're playing family. Feud we have a video placed by princess fairy tale answering all right lauren. We're back on you. i'm pretty sure. I got nothing. Have one two three four. You should have five more easily. Oh carousel was going. say what. What was it called. A carousel the accent. A little different eras carousel prince charming. It's prince charming legal. Yes regal promenade arizona. Okay you spruced it. Up was regal carrousel. Yes prince charming regal. You go all right. lauren. You get credit for that. I'll take it. He'd think you're up. Isn't there any big e ticket. No what else would be in. Oh the want cars long. Wait the race. Track speedway thing yes. Maryland speedway was trying to think of what's in twirling. That would have been the one that i was thinking. They're still they're still a big one. Okay how long way. I know what it is. But it's it's it's actually one of your favorites. Okay so wait. A second sharpie europe next but if boren knows it be merciful and pick something. She's not gonna pick nice walt disney world railroad Yeah i was thinking that's good. That's a good one. That's not the one that i was suggesting i left that for you. Were suggesting jungle cruise. No though that's you know that has not consistently had long way. That has recently had has thanks to the movie. there is another attraction. Land attraction has consistently long. Wait lauren dumbo down. The what's the elephant kind of the elephant. Do lauren nike elephant. I just call it dumbo. However it is no longer operating in its original location. New fantasyland came well and it multiplied. We now have dueling yet. I think is fantastic. Definitely reduce the way time and the weight experience matters. Yes i agree us. Yes st anymore. Yes you do. You know to chris shore and if you really thought you'd find the other two well i know it's not castle progress because that was at the world's fair than i went to. I went to disneyland than it came to disneyworld so i assume it did not come on opening day and then it's not any of the big coasters because i think they all came later. Oh what about that boat thing. That's over by tom. Sawyer island Really yes as often believed that. That was an opening day attraction. How do you know how far off that attraction was from opening day one day missed it by day. Yup interesting second. Nineteen seventy-one wasn't ready close so close all right Sharpie we're back to you back to me. I was just talking to a friend of mine the other day about this attraction and i think just because it's an opening day attraction doesn't need the it gets to stay and that is swiss family. Treehouse are good. Answer totally forgot about that. It's still a. I'm sorry. I think they could do a lot better with that. Plot of land class.

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There Is No Evidence That Masks Do Anything to Mitigate the Spread of COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 2 months ago

There Is No Evidence That Masks Do Anything to Mitigate the Spread of COVID

"The mask stuff Steve has gotten out of control It's gotten to the point now where it's so unscientific It's gotten to the point where it's ridiculous And my fear candidly Steve is that people have come to rely on this as some kind of prophylactic mechanism and they actually think it's going to save them And I just want to read you quickly two tweets Here's one from the education secretary cardona He tweeted this out he's the education secretary I think he'd know better He says a Wisconsin study found that schools that required masking had a 37% lower incidence of COVID than the surrounding community Now you and I Steven smart guys were like wow this is great mask they work This is incredible Good news Well the lead researcher traci hog replied back mister secretary I was the senior author of this study We're not able to give out any information about the role mask laid in the low end school transmission rates How many times do they get to do this Steve How many times Until we make them stop it and they're going to keep doing it And there is no data real time data point and you can save me your studies from Bangladesh There is no real time data point anywhere in the world over the last 18 months that show masks do absolutely anything to collectively mitigate against the spread of

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"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

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"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

"Uvira is a radio show done called over the edge on kpfa which has now been on the air something. On the order of forty years i think Or darn close to forty years and so they during these times have done some appearances including one that was on. Npr's tiny concerts which used to be people would literally go into the npr offices in washington. I think and play concert at someone's desk pablo to ask let and right now of course on hold for the pandemic and has become these sort of virtual is with the performance doing so from home and negative land. Currently the members don't live in the same city so they're spinoff from san francisco to seattle to north carolina. And so they did for that tiny desk concert. They did have a virtual one where they've now teamed up with visual artists. Suzy who does these video visualizations and they played a concert basically over zoom and the interesting part of it is that they're not entirely synchronize. Because we all know about the nature of these of these zoom calls or video calls. There's just a little tiny bit of delay between everybody and sometimes it can be more and sometimes it can be less than we all sort of familiar with with the glitches and for musicians. That can be difficult because it's it becomes very difficult to to keep precise time for everyone to be on precisely on the one rather than the one and but negative land is sort of figured out how to make that work for them and they would they. They did this past summer. A a a live performance. The ann arbor film festival which was online and then subsequently did a zoom presentation in a to explain how they did it which was fascinating and where they really said yeah. We're sort of everybody patched into markazi house in north carolina. And he had somebody there kind of directing it a little bit but for the most part. The other members saying yeah. We're hearing everything but we don't really know if we're on time and so we're just trying to do things so that we can. We can cope with that and so then seeing them live this past week at the holocene in in portland i could see how that experience was inflicting them being there and truly live where released to members were there in synchrony..

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"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

05:26 min | 2 months ago

"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

"I saw some my colleagues who who who had decided to go as well as well as folks who work across the industry you know other podcasters and and i it was. It was very good and it was sort of this. Brief reminder of of what we're losing in in so many ways. And and and and i was for myself i was just so trepidation going and as it turns out i know by luck probably more than anything else. I've managed to Not to contract the virus and it is interesting to reflect back on it because we are sitting here in late september. That was maybe six seven weeks ago and it feels like a lifetime ago in so many ways because because of this shift and you know. It's funny i'm now thinking to myself. What could i report on for that conference because it sort of blurred in my mind which just the experience of having gone and and been somewhere in person with with all of these podcasters and people from From the podcast industry. And certainly there were. There were notable absences as well as well as folks who who did decide to go or or went and we're very careful With their with their time and sort of their their appearances as as the shift and yet podcasting as as an industry commercial industry. But i think also just as a medium. You know just like radio. Isn't that same kind of section. Where it is it is survived. And i think you know continues to be a great opportunity for people who want to communicate and connect and in some ways. I think radio's ability to persevered in these. Last eighteen months is related to the rise podcasting. Like i think it's one of those. It's one of those forces that brought about people learning basically how to record themselves. People learning how to use sound and and a recording equipment to create programming because programming can be for radio inasmuch as it can be for the internet right for podcast and certainly It's all within these eighteen months jennifer that you started another podcast rates..

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"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

"We all celebrate in our own time zone in our own way but yet we're still doing it altogether right that interesting way in which which human beings can experience time and and and celebrations together. So it's really great to hear that that that continues on and i know jennifer. You mentioned you know that. There's sort of annual conference. We i mentioned conference at cowdray. Data isn't but there is one that comes up Most years but this year. I guess we'll be virtual again. Yeah yeah so we just got word from. Cpi college broadcasters inc. They just made the decision to move their national student. Electronic media convention happens every year knocked-over And it was gonna happen in person but it just moved online so so it's interesting you know. Things just keeps shifting from people. I think there was this optimism that we'd be able to have a lot of these big conferences this fall and we're starting to see that change and and some universities aren't really allowing faculty to travel so it kind of may not even make sense to have a conference that is academic in nature. So i know. I know there are some conferences that are continuing in person. But they've made the decision to move it online. Which i'm happy about because that means i can go because i wasn't planning to travel so that's going to be october. Twenty seven to thirtieth and details will be forthcoming about What the what the schedule is gonna look like. That's going to shift a bit if it was already sort of being planned to be in person to thinking about these conferences the national association of broadcasters conference which is an enormous conference that generally takes over las vegas in the fall was also planned to happen and it was just was just cancelled as well and i know that you know at first the news would come down that certain large exhibitors which tends to be more on sort of broadcast equipment and things like this. Sony was one i heard. We're we're we're pulling out that they weren't going to send people to have their big displays interconference floor because you know tens of thousands of people come for this and it's had same same. We're all in the same shaky ground right. We don't know how this unfortunately how viruses going to spread. And how you know. Our efforts to mitigate it will or will not be effective and it's hard to make plans ultimately how it is and that was pretty pretty big news for the broadcast industry especially the commercial broadcast industry off. Obviously 'cause nabc covers.

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"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

04:31 min | 2 months ago

"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

"Which is you know in many ways a prerequisite for being able to have access to phone internet and things like this. And i think you know what i'm trying to dry out here though. Is that you know in in these What is going on to be eighteen months or so Is that through it all. I'm still sort of fascinated by the fact that the medium of radio has been able to truly persevered and that what we we haven't heard about is is the is masses of stationed closing whatever the type of station it is whether it's non commercial community college. It doesn't seem to have brought that on in the same way that unfortunately the pandemic has had significantly deleterious effects on small businesses large businesses on all sorts of people. So i don't yeah. I don't wish to to imply in any way that everything is great here. Eighteen months in in that in that You know mostly people who haven't been affected. i'm. I'm trying to narrow that focus in that. It's interesting how this particular medium informed by in and supported by technological change which which happens in a way that is almost invisible to you. Take a step back and look at it. the idea. That that people would just own microphones which you know or audio or digital recorders or we just happen to have this stuff or or this machine you could plug it into and broadcast and that could be something. Which were you know not esoteric is is something. I think worth noting in an incredible time for podcasts. For radio shows for youtube content that interview based Lots of bull have really wonderful sound gear now to be recorded on the internet. The connections that we have are also It's a dream. It's a dream time. I haven't heard phone tape in a really long time. Well and i mean it's interesting because radio stations. I think were even though. I was mentioning that not everybody was prepared for things like having. Dj's doing their shows from home..

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"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"18 months" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

"And that's not the kind of radio we choose to listen to you or enjoy but obviously a lot of community stations to fall back on that especially if they're not able to throw their doors open to volunteers the way they. They found a way to make the volunteers. You know accessible through that. But i think that's wonderful. Framing i love this framing that. You've just come up with eric. That is radio a desk job right in some ways community radio. Yeah and in some ways we can say i mean i think even if we're talking about twentieth century community i think we can say yes. We formally call the mixing board a desk and if we think about that if you sort of people bring the image of dj to their minds. I think they still think of somebody who sitting in front of a mixing board has a microphone has turntables in media players. And that i mean you you know you are sitting there it and and anything. That's not tends to be reporters certainly journalists right folks who have to go into the field and you know i think in some ways you know. Radio reporting was always done to some extent from a desk. It is as print reporting has been because you can make phone calls. You know you can bring in high objects etc. I would say cheap reporting short cheap for the bosses and of less quality to the readers is done from a desk with phones. it's called phoning it in. A real. Journalism requires shula there. That's where the term comes. You do need a if if you are getting a fair wage for your time. Journalists journalism as a higher quality and truth is uncovered. It's not just about a like a like a esoteric value system that i've created. Because i think i think we wanna do out a research based journalism but there is a difference between leave the office to get the story. Yeah that's going get..

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FBI Data Shows Democrats' 'Defund the Police' Led to Murder Increase

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 2 months ago

FBI Data Shows Democrats' 'Defund the Police' Led to Murder Increase

"The FBI is released 2020 crime statistics and the murder rate increase will shock you PJ media AJ Kaufman It's official The United States in 2020 experienced the biggest rise in murder since the start of national record keeping 60 years ago That defund the police movement that the Democrats got behind and then it was slashed the police budget that the Democrats got behind and Nancy Pelosi calling fedal law enforcement What Stormtroopers followed by James Clyburn The attacks on the cops by Democrat mayors Democrat city councilman Democrat rioters and looters and arsonists Democrat marxists like BLM and antifa Well it's costing people their lives It's amazing Just step back and think about this We had to get out of Afghanistan It's gone on long enough None of our folks died in 18 months Go on long enough Meet people dying every day being murdered in the streets in our cities now Hasn't that gone long enough In the Democrat party's response is easy bail in the front at the back door Trash the cops exposed the cops to lawsuits slash their budgets that's the response The uniform crime report detailed a murder increase of nearly 30% 30% previous largest one year change was 12.7% increase back in 1960 In other words we've never seen anything like this The national rate of murders per 100,000 still remains They say about a third of the rate in the early 90s The FBI that is very misleading Over 21,000 people Were murdered in 2020

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18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim

Up First

01:46 min | 2 months ago

18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim

"Are the numbers on kovic. Eighteen months in about one hundred and fifty thousand. New cases are still being reported every single day in the us and more than six hundred sixty six thousand people in this country have died from cova. That's one in every five hundred of us joining us now to give us the latest is. Npr health correspondent rob stein. Robert situation sounds and seems pretty grim. Walk us through police if you could where things stand with the pandemic in the us. Yeah you know. The numbers are still staggering. About one hundred fifty thousand people are still catching the virus every day for the ninety six thousand or so sick. They're in the hospital and more than eighteen. Hundred people are still dying every day from covert nineteen. That's still not nearly as bad as things got during the darkest days of last winter. But it's still pretty awful and no one thought the pandemic would still be taking this kind of toll you know especially so many months after we all thought that vaccines would be like the calvary. Righty to our rescue. I talked about this with dr. She's the deed of the brown school of public health infection. Numbers across the country are really stunningly. Bad i mean hundred and fifty hundred sixty thousand americans getting infected every single day. It's really stunning. That this is where we are as a country and you know just tragic since the incredibly effective vaccines made so much of this totally preventable even in the face of the delta varian. So where is this headed. I mean are things just going to go from bad to worse it again. Yes that's what everyone is wondering right. You know every parent in america's holding their breath hoping their kids are going to stay in school every workers wondering what's going to happen with their jobs and you know there is a glimmer of hope actually looks like the surge may have hit a peak and could be finally starting to subside at least for

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President Trump: Biden's Evacuation of Afghanistan Was an 'Embarrassment'

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 months ago

President Trump: Biden's Evacuation of Afghanistan Was an 'Embarrassment'

"And not even a possibility. And we had it done and we handed over something so good After the rigged election. We had it so strong and I dealt with Abdul Here's the leader, and Abdul Ghani Karaca. I dealt with him the leader and I said any American soldiers get hit. You will pay a price the likes of which no country has ever paid. And you know what? For 18 months we didn't have any soldiers hit. Everything was absolutely And you know, we had a conviction conditions based deal when they didn't meet a condition would bomb them? And we were in great shape and we could have we could have taken three years. Four years. Two years. One month to get out didn't matter. They would never going to come in. And we were going to remove the army or the military last. Not first. We're going to take every ounce of equipment. We wouldn't have had to bring our new soldiers in. They brought these young Great soldiers in 13 died many very badly wounded. Nobody ever talks about them. And 250 people. Overall works were killed. I mean, you saw that It was just terrible. But that would have never happened because everything was orderly. There was no rush, and I said, I want every nut every bolt every tank. Every plane. I want everything taken out. And I want the American people out. And then after the American people, you'll take people that are deserving. And instead we took 100 some odd 1000 people. We have no idea who they are. They could be Taliban. They could be worse if that's possible and also They're and they're distributed all over the world. But they're all coming to the United States. Because these nations are all taking advantage of us. Mark. You know that better than anybody, all these nations that are doing this big favors by taking the people. They're charging us plenty. There has never been an embarrassment. Like we are going through

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The War in Afghanistan Was Not a Failure

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 3 months ago

The War in Afghanistan Was Not a Failure

"And newspapers or even talk radio. They want to have it both ways. They want to tell you that the war in Afghanistan was a failure from beginning to end. But only Biden because of the way Biden evacuated. Only that Should be the focus because he really screwed up because we needed to get out and he didn't do it right. That war was not a failure. That war protected us. And these same people out of the other side of their multi sided mouth. Praise the vets. Those who Many of whom come home. Horribly disfigured in those God gave man the ability to reason for a reason. So irrational and stupid comments can be digested through your cranium. Unravelled. And rejected in whole or part Afghanistan was largely neutralized, Ladies and gentlemen. You didn't hear much about Afghanistan. For a few years. 18 months 24 months. Until Biden lit this fuse. We weren't attacked either. So there's neo Marxists or neo isolationists. Just as dangerous as Joe Biden. They're just as

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We Need Intelligence and Backup, and the U.S. Withdrew Both

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 3 months ago

We Need Intelligence and Backup, and the U.S. Withdrew Both

"We pulled out our combat troops. So for the last seven years We have not had effectively combat troops. In Afghanistan or for you have they have stood down. And you know this story 18 months before yesterday. There were no Death. Nope. Military death. We control the sky is We had the most advanced air base in all of Asia. Built by the Soviets. And now you hear? And having 2500 non combat military personnel. Program. The He based that I'm talking about. And CIA and other intelligence. There was just a bridge too far. Why was it a bridge too far? The Afghan military was getting slaughtered. They were fighting for their country with our support. 50,000 died in the last seven years. 66. I've heard 69,000 total, And as I said last night, they weren't all shot in the back, you know? Currently there. Special forces are very, very good. But when you have special forces, you need intelligence. And you need some backup. We pulled the intelligence. We pulled the backup. We pulled up everything. I'm reading a report today, the former commander of the bag rain, Airbase said. I showed up in the Americans were gone. They left at one in the morning. I showed up two hours after they left, he says, apparently and they never said a thing to

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Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Eviction Moratorium

Guy Gordon

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Eviction Moratorium

"Thousands of renters and also a wail of a lot of landlords. Who have not been able to collect rent on many properties over the past 18 months. WJR senior news analyst Marie Osborne with more on that, Marie And guy housing protections for about 3.5 Million Americans is about to end 80,000 of those people here in Michigan With the Supreme Court ruling, the court ruled that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention didn't have the authority to impose the freeze in the first place. The court's majority wrote that if Congress had authorized the action, that would have been one thing, but the C D C and pose this moratorium on evictions based on an old statute. That authorized them to implement things like pest extermination. The justices wrote that the CDC did not have the sweeping authority to impose that kind of a measure. Well now here at home. The move has left

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Parlance Is Helping Families Connect With Hospitalized Loved Ones at Banner Health

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

01:33 min | 3 months ago

Parlance Is Helping Families Connect With Hospitalized Loved Ones at Banner Health

"Next I want to talk about some work we did at banner health. And they have a group of centralized operators. At the time, they were overwhelmed with call volume. And of almost 20% of that call volume was patients and loved ones, I'm sorry, family members and loved ones trying to reach patients in the hospital. And what we did was develop a solution to allow those families and friends to just self serve by using their voice to connect to those loved ones. And in order to make it possible, we really had to work to overcome one of the challenges that still is out there in the speech recognition industry. And that's dealing with proper name, the recognition of proper names with high accuracy. And when you think about how quickly the patient, the set of patients across 5 hospitals can turn over, it can be a challenging task and make sure that the solution is achieving that high accuracy recognition for college and making it easy for them to connect with those patients. Needless to say we overcame that. And this solution is now connecting families to patients across 19 hospitals at banner health. Not only that it given the past 15 to 18 months that we've been dealing with the pandemic and some of the challenges and restrictions of people being able to visit patients, having a solution that makes it easy for people to call in and speak with their loved ones is even more needed.

Elder’s Ex-Fiancee Said He Brandished a Gun at Her

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Elder’s Ex-Fiancee Said He Brandished a Gun at Her

"Ex fiance of conservative radio host Larry Elder, the current front runner to replace California Governor Gavin Newsom, if he's recalled, has come forward, alleging abusive behavior that includes the candidate allegedly brandishing a gun toward her while he was high on marijuana. Alexandra dated Was elders, longtime radio producer and entered a nondisclosure agreement after breaking off an 18 month engagement back in 2015. She's now a conservative blogger who has endorsed San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulkner. A few hours after the story broke, Elder issued a series of tweets denying the accusations, he says, I have never brandished a gun at anyone. He wrote. I grew up in South Central. I know exactly how destructive this type of behavior is. It's not me and everyone who knows me knows it's not me. These are salacious allegations. A

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Larry Elder’s Ex-Fiancee Said He Brandished a Gun at Her

Larry Elder

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Larry Elder’s Ex-Fiancee Said He Brandished a Gun at Her

"I know many of you have heard this. So let's just get it out of the box. Let's just get it out of the way. Let's just get past this. The fact the California recall gets nasty. There's been some, uh they Larry Elder has been accused or his ex fiancee has claimed that supposedly elder threatened her with a gun. And, uh, obviously this is a hard subject to bring up. But I want you to hear Larry Elder's response because there's no doubt the media and you have to understand this. The media and the left are going to do everything they possibly can to destroy him or any Republican that will come this close. I wouldn't be surprised if they have to say that. Uh, you know Larry Elder was part of the Taliban. I they do it. They do it. So a woman has come forward to political claiming that conservative talk radio host Larry Older, her former fiance showed her a loaded handgun during him an argument during which she said he was high from smoking marijuana. This is from a woman by the name of Alexandra to take or they take the former fiance and longtime radio producer for California. GOP governor Tutorial candidate Larry Elder says she broke off an 18 month engagement with the conservative talk show host. This was back in 2015 after he waved a gun at her while going, uh, While high on marijuana. This is that takes clean, which she regards as the culmination of a series of humiliating disputes between her and elder. Now, um

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Rush Limbaugh: Our Military Should Fight Properly, Fight the Right War and Win

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Rush Limbaugh: Our Military Should Fight Properly, Fight the Right War and Win

"In America's respect. In so many places has now been destroyed. And fear. Which is just as good as respect under these circumstances. China and Russia and Iran and so forth. Has been diminished enormously. By Biden. And by that we can't send our kids to Warcraft. They're not kids. They're adults. We don't want to send them to war. At the point of the military is if necessary, as rush used to say. To kill people and break things. The issue is if you send our kids are young men and women to war. Make sure it's fought properly. Make sure it's the right war and make sure they win. And make sure they win. That's the issue. The passivity and isolation crowd. They don't feel like about the cops. I hope, do they Every weekend. We lose more people in Chicago, Illinois. Then we lost in Afghanistan the last 18 months. Which was none. No. At least Biden is consistent. He hasn't given us He doesn't given us

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Retired Colonel Richard Kemp Explains if Afghanistan Has Been a 20-Year War

77WABC Radio

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Retired Colonel Richard Kemp Explains if Afghanistan Has Been a 20-Year War

"Ask you about this, Uh Your man has actually been to war been to several wars have commanded forces. I keep hearing that this is a 20 year war. Now, in the last 18 months, At least there weren't there was any single American casually with 2500 individuals on the ground. We had our air power. We had federal contractors and CIA and so forth. This is now obvious. I mean, there's a difference between a a hot war and a situation in which Basically stalemated the enemy is they're not, or am I wrong about that? You're absolutely right about that. And we've got you know, or you have got American. I worked with the Americans so much American army so much. We'd love to have it myself. America. But but you have got forces still deployed in South Korea. The war there ended in the 19 fifties, It became a frozen conflict. Um, there hasn't been any fighting involving Americans there for a long time, but they're still there. No one is saying they need to pull out now. That no one really. I do. As far as I can understand there was no really strong. Pressure in the U. S. Or in the UK to pull out from Afghanistan, particularly as casualties weren't being sustained. And particularly as it was such a small military footprint there. It was all about. I mean, I think the whole Rationale behind it was all about the midterm elections, hoping that there would be some electoral advantage in pulling out. It wasn't for any strategic reason. It wasn't for for for any military reason it was, I think, completely misguided

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"18 months" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"18 months" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"You ever just sit there. God tie with it. I'm going to nash so You know because i. Because i do today to that do need the online software to me on the last show time i do just two hundred so you know i have fun me and mike which is each one so for those times where i do feel like breaking some by you know close for whatever it might be i. I know the money's there so it's it's not that i'm saying that you know what i'm not going to put extra employee pension discipline thing on a bike hose got one instead is very. Finding the money have communion and things put out the size. Because in case i wanted to guys on that one. Either you reckon. This is something that we could all do with determination. You have a blog. One foot in the save i love upon above. No she's one of my all time. Favorite shows is one such the grave so one foot in the save immigration and all the tips and fixed their immer. Congratulations with it. And i and i. I know you probably you probably be district retired by the next year. Good repair fifty long before you choose bye. Thank you take care of cork's ninety-six fm..

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"18 months" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"18 months" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"And then the meet up is just i guess the catalyst of that facebook group so ultimately i look at our meet it up as a facebook group and not meet up kind of the opposite of what most people think so i i use the meet up as the supplement to the facebook facebook group right so adding a lot of value on facebook group. If you have like contracts if you have we and we're just getting into this is adding like my investment assessment philosophy. You know things like that. Where people can have <hes> things. We're going to start a book club. <hes> things where people can be really involved there and and then they have the actual meet up to where they can come hang out you know and then we're also doing cashflow night where people can come out and play games and network that way. I two gotcha. <hes> what we say is the number one thing the helped you go from the you know your first deal to fifty game <hes> the number one thing not stopping. I mean when the the road gets tough. Dig in harder hit back harder. I mean that's that's been it because i could sit here and tell you my marketing plan. I can tell you my despu spoke plan. I could tell you like literally every s. o. p. that we run right now but it's still going to get super freaking tough and if you don't commit mentally to that that you're gonna get eaten alive yeah. I don't care who you are those. S._o._a._p.'s aren't gonna save you in crazy situations what i mean <hes> you you just consistently doing the things that work. If you're putting out bandit science put him out consistently if you're sending out text messages put them out consistently. If you're you're doing mailers don't freaking. Stop mailing doesn't work it's because he did it for three months right. Of course it doesn't work so i would say consistency. This tendency and starting with consistency in your mental game is the number one thing yeah. It's absolutely number one so consistency in your business but first and foremost consistency in your mental game because it's a fight. What does it mean to be consistent your mental game every day just doing doing something that enlightens you in livens you so lately for me. It's playing guitar again. I i make sure like i do something something fun. We get you might be able to relate like we get so wound up and bound up in the craziness of the wholesaling business that we forget that were humans men's and that we exist in this cool world of abundance and so many cool things like movie theaters and you know air-conditioning air conditioning being and it's stepping back from that on a daily basis and being grateful and you know continuing with your vision in reviewing your vision and making sure that you're sticking to plan and studying still everyday those three things if you can have a morning routine the in study and do something fun for yourself yeah like that's a lot of work for me. Yes anyone i know. They're like yeah. He just works all the time but really i've learned how to have fun for myself now and that actually helps me work even better so i would say those three things being consistent every day. What are some of the important k._p._i.'s business <hes> they're pretty standard right now. It's just how much goes out and how how much does that equal and then another big one has been our conversion rate so i like seeing our sales in our sales process and how that's working because i've noticed you can send out i've sent out you know fifteen thousand postcards and got less of a response than sending out seventy seventy five hundred postcards and closing tons of deals and it wasn't the postcard. I'll tell you that much. It was our conversion. Rate is the ability to consistently again that were more consistently follow up consistently. Take them down the line and do what we're taught by whoever you're studying from sales dell's and committing to that and doing that it's funny a lots of people again well. What's the best salesman what's the best marketing way. It's the way that you commit to and you consistently do yeah period period. What is the metric..

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"18 months" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"18 months" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"That so i get a speak for thirty minutes tomorrow at the event and it's going to be really exciting and that's it's something i've wanted to do. Now is speak so that's what time i don't know yet in the afternoon so you'll have to come out and check it out. Yeah well also be there tomorrow around three thirty ish. I don't know exact- i think that would brian's yeah. It should be starting something like that. Yeah so all right so you talked. Scaling operation was operation today. Good question so <hes>. We have four media team members so i i will start with myself right now. I am doing all the disposition <hes> <hes> i do some light acquisition as well <hes> but mostly all this position. I support my team. My next member is an acquisition manager and then after that we have an inside sales rep who was was a lead manager but he's been training with us and he does a lot of our inside sales so he makes soft offers things like that and then we have another lead manager and they do like cold calling mainly cold calling but they also are virtual assistant tour they can help out with like documents and and back lots of back end stuff and then outside we have now we just hired a third one but we have three bird dogs who drive for dollars for us put up signs that that type of stuff lot cleanup tasks <hes> and then from there. We have an agent who just joined our team which is our acquisitions wife not works out really nice and then we have another agent and he takes basically like a lot of whole all sales slash retail listings for us too so there are outside teams law gotcha. So how did you find these people good question in networking in it's been networking and i've had this like limiting belief a lot of the time to like oh you know don't hire someone you already know but it's worked out so well and andy actually. He worked with me at the guitar school. He managed partner that no no no no. He left left after he found out what i was doing. I'm like hey. I've got a cool thing for you. You should come check this out and i'm so glad he did but he managed everything. He managed all the teachers. He managed our schedules. You took our phone calls. He did sales <hes>. He did a lot of administrative work so he just he's an integrator. He's almost borderline. I'd like a partner in our business and i'm the visionary so he really integrates. I'm like thinking up ideas a mile a minute right and i'm sure so you're probably the same way and i'm like well slowdown but then once we get on a good one he's like okay. Let's implement that all right so that's been a really really strong dynamic anemic awesome so he was a someone you already knew yes and then he's the acquisition correct okay and then you get your inside sales agent. How did you find them. It's actually my brother. He is virtual outside of us. He's in portland and we haven't tapped into that market yet. <hes> thought about it but we haven't and he just wanted to get good sales and i said look part time star cold calling for us. He did forty hours later. I'm like all hire you. He basically my philosophy and business is like if you're going to create a new sector of business has gotta pay for itself <hes> before you take it fully on so <hes> he basically started paying for himself and i was like all right. I don't have a reason why wouldn't wouldn't hire you so that's what he does now he does in he takes him bounds. He does outbound. He's doing comps for us. Soft calm seas communicating eating. We have like <hes> you know other wholesalers..

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"18 months" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"18 months" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"Time. If that makes sense it doesn't make sense yeah and then you mentioned you're y says something you wanna share sure yeah my why is elaborate but in a nutshell <hes> to to summarize it is to help other people especially that struggle with addiction who struggle with broken homes who struggle with self confidence issues and help them move past those because those are all things that i really struggled with and still struggle with to this day <hes> and <hes> yeah i want to make enough enough money and be passive enough to where i can start <hes> donating instruments to kids who literally can't afford it <hes> and end qualify for that i guess so that's another branch of it <hes> but ultimately it's it's to give beyond myself all the time time all the time and know that when i'm about to die than i did give as much as i actually could. I and i know it may sound generic but the ultimate my passion comes in seeing other people succeed and seeing <hes> people get past and move past their addictions and whether that's food or whether that's heroin you know and helping people move pass those things because nobody deserves to suffer internally their entire lives because they didn't have a handout like a not you know freebie but someone there to help album right <hes> so it's <hes> you know i reached out to you about being on the show because you're part of my journey of getting this podcast started so <hes> you remember remember when we met at dean's event last year right. It's just all of this huge coincidence 'cause like i was there with vic vic an extra ticket asked me to go with i guess so i wasn't even getting paid to do that and so i'm going there with vic and we're hanging out and <hes> we had that <hes> v._i._p. Event the breakfast breakfast and so he's at next recycling business. You're talking about how you were doing like six deals a month or some number back in your in.

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