35 Burst results for "A Thing"

US knocked out of World Cup, loses to the Netherlands 3-1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 hrs ago

US knocked out of World Cup, loses to the Netherlands 3-1

"A pair of first half goals were enough to see the Netherlands advance to the World Cup quarter finals with a three one win over the United States, Memphis of high open the scoring and the tenth minutes slotting home a cutback from the right wing for his 43rd international goal. The second most in Dutch history, daily blend added insurance and first half stoppage time, bearing across to give the Dutch a two goal cushion. The USA made things interesting in the 76 minute when Haji Wright scored after an American corner, but Denzel dumfries ended the American comeback hopes when he added an 81st minute goal to his two earlier assists to seal the win. I'm Denny cop.

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FBI director raises national security concerns about TikTok

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

FBI director raises national security concerns about TikTok

"FBI director Chris wray has security concerns about TikTok. The video sharing app is extremely popular in the U.S. and is owned by a Chinese company ByteDance. All of these things are in the hands of a government that doesn't share our values and that has a mission. There's very much at odds with what's in the best interest of the United States. Speaking at the Ford school of public policy in Michigan, racist content could be manipulated. The gives them the potential to leverage the app in ways that I think should concern us. Ray also says data on the app could be used for traditional espionage operations, a TikTok executive told the Senate hearing in September. The company protects all data from American users and Chinese government officials have no access to it. Ed Donahue, Washington

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Darren Beattie: Does Elon Musk Believe in Permanent Bans?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 1 d ago

Darren Beattie: Does Elon Musk Believe in Permanent Bans?

"Make of the Kanye West permanent ban? What's that before we get into this Eric holder situation? Well, we'll have to see whether it's actually permanent. I mean, there is a special advantage to having a direct line to Elon and it's clear that Kanye or VA or whatever he's called. He has that direct line. And so I think deep down Elon, just like Jack Dorsey, nobody believes in sort of permanent punishment without any opportunity for redemption. So we'll just have to see how it plays out as to the policy itself. I mean, it certainly contradicts Elon's previously stated preference that basically we go by what legal speech is. So assuming that Kanye said nothing illegal, which I don't think he did. He shouldn't be banned for it. But so practical matter, we live in a practical world, Elon is far more practical, I think, than a lot of people imagine. And it could very well just be the practical messy reality that Elon's done a tremendous amount for Twitter already. And he needs to offer a couple sacrifices to the sensors in order to keep up what he's been doing at least at these initial stages. And I think we can all probably agree that Ye was certainly certainly testing limits and making things difficult for Elon. So maybe it's just as a matter of practical reality, that's what that's what Elon had to do, even though it violates his stated preference of just saying, okay, if it's legal speech, it should be allowed on Twitter at least for American users.

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Herschel Walker: Reacting to Comments Made by Barack Obama

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:50 min | 1 d ago

Herschel Walker: Reacting to Comments Made by Barack Obama

"Is really offensive that is mocking you and attacking you. Well, I don't know whether there's offensive, but it just shows you the type of person he is. You know, one of the things about it is that uncle Joe, that's what he called Joe Biden. Uncle Joe, that's what he called him, so he showed the type of man he was. Joe Biden was somebody that he picked me as vice president but now I seem to be talking about it that shows you the type of man that he is and so that's why I tell the Jordan people he's lost not once but twice in Georgia and now he's out there promoting Rafael that he had done anything for Georgia. He's shown that he votes for every bad policy we're going through right now and he's still promoting someone that's going to hurt Georgia that's going to hurt the United States of America. So what type of clout do we give him? None. Right now I want the people of Jordan didn't know. I'm here to fight for Georgia, not to fight for anyone else, but if I for Georgia and the fact that the people are the United States, we got to get back into this constitution, get back into this America, is number one, we shouldn't have America as we're bad people. We're good people. Herschel Walker on the patriot mobile newsmaker line, Herschel, I do want to ask you about president Trump and maybe you can clear this up. What's the deal? Is he going to campaign for you? Is he coming to Georgia? And if not, why not? Well, he has been campaigning for me and we've been doing telephone rallies together. We've been doing things together. We're going to do even more. And I've welcomed everybody to come down and want to help me to win this great seat for the great people of Georgia because we got to win this state. It is so so important because we don't win this seat. They got to change this country. I think we're going to need to realize what's going on right now. And if you don't like your gas prices, you don't like it how grocery prices you don't like to climb. They got on the street. You don't like this open border. You got to get out and vote. You got to get out and vote.

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If the Left Hates Babies, Why Would They Care About You?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:43 min | 1 d ago

If the Left Hates Babies, Why Would They Care About You?

"Have you checked on how the Democrat party feels about babies lately? You know, it's a funny thing. You know what happens when you come in contact with babies or when you come in contact with puppies and I literally I can't even remember. I can't even remember where I was. But there are two separate situations that I recall where like some buff dude came up to somebody that had a puppy, obviously he must have been a dog lover and this buff intimidating looking dude was just like, oh my God, oh my God, you know, just started to sound like a lady. It was weird. You know, but the same thing is true for babies wherever you go. And you know, I'm not gonna lie back in the day when I was a single father, I used to take my daughter around a stroll for a mall and try to pick up some honey tips. It was amazing. It was amazing. What babies would do, it was like a magnet. It was like a magnet for women. It was the weirdest thing listen. I'm an imperfect person. I admit it. Those days are over. Those days are over. Trust me. But my daughter's growing now. No, but it was absolutely amazing, but consider people that think that detest babies that detest life. If you don't think they'll do this to you, you gotta be crazy. Are you more cute and cuddly and innocent than a little baby? Don't you guys like picking up those little fat little babies with their fat arms and their little pot bellies and thick legs and just squeezing on everybody, everybody loves a baby. Everybody loves puppies. But the left doesn't like babies. You think they care about you?

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'Give Me Liberty, Or Give Me Death'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:04 min | 1 d ago

'Give Me Liberty, Or Give Me Death'

"Let me leave this quote with you guys are familiar with it. Patrick Henry. Give me liberty or give me death. I want that to linger in your mind. Give me liberty or give me death. Another quote, all it takes for evil to prevail is for good men to stand by and do nothing. So I want you to just, I want those to stand still if you will, and your mind as we grow through today's show. Now, another thing that I'm big on, Sean McConnell knows this. I hate fake racism. I hate fake oppression that the media likes to pretend exist when it doesn't. I believe that racism in America is dead, except within the Democrat party. I do believe that racism for the most part now. I'm not naive. I'm not stupid. I understand that racism does exist in that there are some racist people, but racism, systemic racism doesn't exist in America except within the Democrat party.

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The Weakness of the Republican Party

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:37 min | 1 d ago

The Weakness of the Republican Party

"Guys, I want to talk to you one of my big things is I can't stand when people bash the founding fathers. I can't stand given. I mean, despite the fact, listen, every man has his flaws every founding father, just like you and I have our flaws, no doubt about it, but I still believe that they have created the best country that God has ever given man. And one of the things that I'd like to do in this show in this hour and perhaps even going into the next hour, I'm gonna talk to you about how the Republican Party to some extent has become. And guys, you gotta understand where I'm coming from. I hate to say this 'cause I don't wanna be hyperbolic. I do not want to be hyperbolic. But I think the Republican Party has become so weak that they too have become an existential threat to America now. The good news is, because people like us exist because Dennis prager listeners exist. We can call our congressmen. We can call our senators. We can get involved in politics and we can fight like heck and hopefully persuade Republicans to do the job that they were elected to do. But I think it's an uphill battle. And I don't want to lie to you about this. And so oftentimes, I read through columns and I spend so much time analyzing the left and getting frustrated about what the left is doing. But I must admit at times I don't think I spend enough time saying, wait a minute, wait a minute. There is a party that exists that can stop them.

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Conservatives Get Drawn Into Celebrities After One Conservative Idea

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | 1 d ago

Conservatives Get Drawn Into Celebrities After One Conservative Idea

"Look, here's the overarching issue. And it's about all of us conservatives. We get drawn in. We get sucked into the celebrity. So anytime anybody says something remotely conservative, all of a sudden they become the national spokesperson for the conservative movement. It doesn't matter if they're not conservative. It doesn't matter if they are flaming leftist. Clearly it doesn't matter if they love Hitler. But as long as they're a celebrity, we just love we just knew that Kanye was a conservative. They're saying the same thing about Tulsi Gabbard, right? Let's use a very nice lady and she's actually saying some things that make a lot of sense and she's espousing some viewpoints that are conservative, but she's not a conservative. And you have people out there saying, oh, that beautiful Tulsi Gabbard. She would make a wonderful vice president. Maybe she should be the next Speaker of the House. Wait, what? What? Liz Cheney is more conservative than Tulsi Gabbard. Why not make Liz? So again, it's all about the celebrity. Now, it would be a lot simpler if we all just sort of waited to see how all of this would play out. But people don't want to do that. They just want to immediately embrace these folks. And that's a big problem. You know, Donald Trump tried to help Kanye. And what did Kanye do? He mocked president Trump. He stabbed the president in the back. And what did despicable person he is? How can you say that about yay? He's a Christian. Yeah, I don't know too many Christians out there that are saying how much they love Hitler. I don't know too many Christians who do that. I don't mean to say, I don't sit when I say I don't know how many. I'm saying none.

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Axed Balenciaga Campaign Featured Artist Who Painted Castrated Toddler

The Dan Bongino Show

01:22 min | 1 d ago

Axed Balenciaga Campaign Featured Artist Who Painted Castrated Toddler

"But there's another ad that also came under a controversy from balenciaga recently And it's this picture of this image it's part of their now canceled spring 2023 ad campaign showing this French actress Isabel Hubbard I think is their last name I've never heard of her before But she's in this Manhattan office with a stack of books behind her feet up on the table And some things in the background just like in some of these other images you can spot the teddy bears with bondage or you can see the Supreme Court case on child pornography But some things in the background it's this book So what's in the book What is the book It's this book featuring a Belgium artist This painter And what's the kids of that you ask Where you probably can't hear it but I imagine you're asking So it's this Belgian painter whose work includes a 2017 series of images depicting naked toddlers This series is titled fire from the sun and shows young children with blood soaked skin and some castrated So we're talking about different images for balenciaga all showing a common thing Sexually exploiting children in such a depraved and derogatory way

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Carol Roth: Buying Your Way Out of Feeling Bad About the Climate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 1 d ago

Carol Roth: Buying Your Way Out of Feeling Bad About the Climate

"I think people are just so sick of this crushing of American workers While these people just sort of laugh in the face of the pain that people are suffering you know all these you've got all these people in the guise of climate change destroying the economy driving up costs of gas prices energy et cetera making us more dependent on these bad countries And then meanwhile you've got billionaires flying private and buying up beachfront homes It really is showing us that it's more about control than anything regarding the environment It's about control It's about power It's about desperation and it's about money And basically the elite once you stay in charge they see that the financial world order is shifting Our own fault based on the sloppy management of finances by our governments And the things that they've been doing in terms of weaponizing the U.S. dollar and they're jockeying to put themselves in position So all of these climate initiatives are a money grab I mean that funniest thing that was sent to me this week was somebody who was going to a major trade conference And when you get to register for the conference you get to a page and it says well how did you get here Did you fly in and what class did you sit in And you can buy carbon offset credits To make sure that you don't have an environmental impact for coming to this conference And so again it's not about the behaviors It's about the racketeer You can buy your way out of it Out of feeling bad about the climate just for a low low price of 30 bucks or whatever it was I mean it's just so blatant that they're trying to find new ways to capture dollars And it is at the expense of human flourishing It's at

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Carol Roth: IRS Should Not Be Monitoring $600 PayPal, Venmo Payments

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 1 d ago

Carol Roth: IRS Should Not Be Monitoring $600 PayPal, Venmo Payments

"And we're seeing that the reporting now on this of the IRS warning people hey you got to report what you just talked about this $600 payments that you're receiving through Venmo PayPal what have you And you're talking about how it was snuck into the American rescue plan What business does that have in the American rescue plan which was supposed to be COVID oriented What business does it have in there It has no business And it's exactly what they do time and time again right They call something the fluffy puppy Bill and it is not about fluffy puppies It's about something completely nefarious but if you don't like it then you don't like puppies I mean this is what they do all the time And people were so focused on getting that stimulus money not understanding like myself and so many other people had warned that hey that $1000 check that you get is going to end up costing you 6 8 $10,000 per year on a go forward basis and they're doing all these other things like these reporting requirements It's a distraction game And people are so distracted by the things that aren't important at all That the things that basically affect the economic foundation of this country which once it's lost completely is never going to be able to be restored People just aren't tuned into So you get these things like lowering this reporting requirement And then they have the nerve to go and do a media tour and say no no we did that because of billionaires because you know Lisa there are so many shady multi millionaires and billionaires out there sending $600 a year by Venmo

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Carol Roth: Government Claims to Target Big Corporations but Never Do

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 1 d ago

Carol Roth: Government Claims to Target Big Corporations but Never Do

"But isn't that the point the centralization Because I know you've talked about how small businesses the more decentralized So isn't the point the centralization I mean it is And you can just look at everything they've done and they always basically portray it as we're going after the big guys We're going to get tough We're going to break up the monopolies We're going to go after the billionaires but all of their policies do exactly the opposite If you look back to the American rescue plan quote unquote seriously that happened in March of 2021 under Biden That's where they decided to give out the stimulus check so that Biden could get his Biden bucks to compete with the Donnie dollars from the year before But then they also snuck in things like hey if you are doing business online if you're or even if you're not doing business but doing payments online we're going to just lower that threshold for reporting to the IRS We're going to lower that from $20,000 and 200 transactions a year down to $600 We're going to then in the next legislation We're going to hire 87,000 more people at the IRS and allocate $80 billion in funds and you only need to have a couple of brain cells to be able to put together That's not going after the 800 billionaires in this country right That's coming after the moms who are selling on Etsy or who have a side gig that's coming after the small businesses of this country And it is being sold as nowhere We have to go make sure that the rich pay their fair share and guess who's got the fancy accountants and the fancy lawyers and all the legal loopholes

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Carol Roth: COVID Lockdowns Helped Big Business, Hurt Small Business

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 1 d ago

Carol Roth: COVID Lockdowns Helped Big Business, Hurt Small Business

"Well and Carol you know you can look at all these economic woes that we're facing right now whether it's inflation supply chain issues labor disruption and you can really draw the line back to these lockdowns can't you Not only can I have been doing it over and over again and warned everybody about it in a book Yes it was absolute insanity and what was done was so nefarious They decided to say we're all in it together but we were not all in it together They locked down businesses small businesses bore the brunt of that At the same time they sent these quote unquote emergency measures to Wall Street So if you were a big publicly traded company at Amazon a Walmart one of these big tech companies your direct competition from small guys went away so all the dollars that couldn't be spent at small local businesses slowed to those big companies And then you got this huge boost from this extra meddling in the market by the fed So that sort of enacted the wealth transfer piece but it also disrupted the supply chain like you said It also impacted labor The only piece that we have now that can't really be traced back to that time is the energy piece And then you can think Biden coming in for that one Because obviously his first order of business and office was once we had wrecked the labor and the supply chain a little bit let's wreck energy as well So you put all of those things in motion and have these supply constraints that you decided to further stimulate the supply constrained economy gave us 40 year high and inflation Amidst all of these other problems And this is very tough burden for the little guy the average American person who's working hard doing all the right things to bear and the big guys they're going to come out of this just fine

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Rail strike averted: Biden signs bill enforcing agreement

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Rail strike averted: Biden signs bill enforcing agreement

"President Biden has signed a bill to avert what he says would have been an economic disaster. The bill binds rail companies and workers to an agreement that avoids a freight rail strike. It helps our nation avoid what without a doubt would have been an economic catastrophe at a very bad time. And the calendar. The president acknowledges it was a difficult move after some rail unions rejected the deal since it does not boost paid sick leave. Given the potential economic costs of a strike. It was the right thing to do at the moment. And he will keep pushing for more paid sick leave, not just for rail workers, but all workers. I'm going to continue that fight till we succeed. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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Caller: Why Can't We Encourage California to Leave the Union?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 1 d ago

Caller: Why Can't We Encourage California to Leave the Union?

"Regards to this thing. Why can't we just encourage California to leave the union and just become its own little country? To be your own country. Be your own place be your own little play because can you imagine living there? Yeah. Well, I think I've come to the conclusion of what the problem is. It doesn't California you have a lot of active volcanos. Like no. I don't think they have a lot of confusion with Hawaii. No, I thought there was one that's kind of like, I'm just trying to understand and maybe they're breathing in sulfuric some sort of gas leak. It's got to be something to do with them. Maybe it's the water, maybe it's the air, maybe I don't know. Maybe the smog is they say that smog over there. I feel so sorry for normal people in California. I feel so badly for people who are normal who just see this stuff. I mean, imagine your tax bill. Well, that's the reparations fee because you had to pay a black person $223,200 each. For housing discrimination under the guise of reparations.

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Medical Crisis Week for Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 1 d ago

Medical Crisis Week for Mike Gallagher

"This is like medical crisis week for me. First I go to the dentist earlier in the week. Oh, I got to go to a period. You got two pockets of 6 millimeters. You're going to have to get some kind of surgery. I am not doing that. And then dummy, I go get my regular checkup from my great doctor, and I do have a great doctor. And he starts telling me in the checkup about treating a couple of patients with shingles. He says, if you had looked at my record, he goes, you haven't had a shingles vaccine. I wasn't even sure I knew what shingles is. I guess it's a painful skin thing like chickenpox, and I think it really does hurt. And that's what the doctor told me. He said, you don't want to get shingles. He said, I got to treat a lady just yesterday and she is miserable and so he said, why don't you get a shingles vaccine today? I'm thinking, well, I'm traveling Friday. I'm going to New York for a long weekend, the big Christmas party in Salem, New York, and I'm going to see you a couple shows. I guess I said, are there any side effects? You go, oh, your arm just gets a little sore. Arm gets a little sore. I'm lucky I didn't fall down the steps in defecate. After I got the shot, it hurts. That nurse puts the shot in my arm, I thought, now if I scream like a little kid, will there be concern here in the office? I mean, I know I'm a big baby. I know I'm a bit of a hypochondriac. Then I get home. And I'm minding my own business and I'm putting around the house and I start feeling crappy. Now I don't feel good. I haven't felt good since yesterday. So, and then of course, to add insult to injury, I call my buddy Tom Travis. What are you doing getting a vaccine? What is wrong? What's with you and vaccines? Then it turned into a whole vaccine argument.

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Official says over 10,000 Ukrainian troops killed in war

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Official says over 10,000 Ukrainian troops killed in war

"A top adviser to Ukraine's president, has cited military chiefs as saying 10,000 to 13,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the country's 9 month old struggle against Russia's invasion. Michael podolak has given new figures about Ukrainian soldiers killed in battle, while noting the number of injured troops was higher and civilian casualty counts significant. The rare comment is far below estimates of Ukrainian casualties from western leaders last month, general Mark milley, the chairman of the U.S. joint chiefs of staff, said as many as 40,000 Ukrainian soldiers and well over 100,000 Russian soldiers have been killed or wounded, he added that it was the same thing probably on the Ukrainian side. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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AJ Explains Why Disney's 'Strange World' Is Tanking

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:18 min | 1 d ago

AJ Explains Why Disney's 'Strange World' Is Tanking

"Anyhow, back to strange world. Which critics are calling this thing it's a piece of shit. It's not bringing in the cash from the theaters that Disney hoped it would. In fact, it's expected to lose a 150 million, so why did this happen? Why else? Disney's bought a director's and its animation team, which has produced other bombs, they keep doubling down on making their content too woke. The film centers around an interracial couple and their queer son who's looking for love and finds it in a hand holding gay relationship, it's Disney's first animated film with a gay lead character and apparently that has turned many parents off and they've stayed away from the theaters. Now on one hand, gauge like the film because of one line in the movie. When the gay kid named Ethan, when his grandpa asked him, if he has a sweetheart, the kid blushes because he does have a sweetheart. It's another boy named diazo. But instead of his grandpa saying a line that most of us are very accustomed to, which is to say, well, what's her name? What's your sweetheart's name? Holy shit. Instead, grandpa says, who is it? So gay's love that the screenwriter went that route went the route of a parent or grandparent being absolutely fine with his crush being male or female. Don't care. But on the other hand, there are way too many parents out there and I'm not gonna lie. I'd be one of them if my kids were younger. We don't like that line. It's not that I don't like the line. I have no issues with same sex relationships. But most parents don't want that shoved down their kids throats at such an early age. And therein lies the problem and why the movie hasn't been met with droves of parents, dragging their kids to theaters to see this film.

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"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

That's a Thing?!

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"You could buy that for safety ryan. And here's what you would use this item for and this is the start of what i think has slowly become the underlying thesis of her account that the key to safeties consumption Overtime less of her content is. Here's actions you can take and more of it is. Here's the thing you can buy to help. And so at that point. I think this stops becoming Here's like it starts feeding into the safety tax instead of merely being a response to the presence of this. If detox i guess is what i would say and then kathy started to really hit it big with her situations where it's best to lie series which is entrusting to watch in. It's heard talking about lines. You can use out of uncomfortable situations to limit the personal information. You give people all that stuff There are also some videos which present danger sources without really offering solution which i don't like Like air pods can be used to spy on conversations provided the spy is able to hide their phone in the room. What am i supposed to be listening to me at any time. Kathy and if you hide the phone well enough. I will not know that you were listening to me. What am i supposed to do now. That i know yeah why also. Apparently people use google maps to decide which cars to steal. What am i supposed to either kathy. What i believe in the video like the thieves will scroll through a neighborhood. They think will up good cars. And then they'll look at google apps and go okay. That car looks good. She'll car looks good to steal. Then they'll go into the neighborhood and see if those cars are still there and then be able to make a plan to attack that specific car. So i guess it needs and premeditated specific car theft. Sure is a common that happens and you should be concerned about but also she has no solutions to this chazal. Thought she would mention also. Some of her suggestions are not very eco. Friendly which is a bit of a passion of mine Like the suggestion of leaving the tv on in your home or hotel room at a low volume or having a system that switches your lights on and off while you're away on vacation and that just like how elaborately do you have to fake being in your home while you're on vacation like that's such a like kevin mccallister in home alone rube goldberg events..

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"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

That's a Thing?!

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"And it's a real issue. Then people were talking about their real experiences which which are interesting and a lot of different points of view And you can find a bunch of videos discussing. The safety talks on the instagram reels page of flare which is a company which makes quote. Survivor made safety jewelry and tech. Frankly shouldn't have to exist. They state that the purpose of their jewelry is to get you out of uncomfortable situations before they escalate so these are bracelets mostly that they're selling That have features that connect to your phone so the jewelry can send your locations. You send your location to friends and family They can send you a fake phone call. A bunch of prerecorded phone calls. And you can pick one that will always Dial into your phone when you press a button on your bracelet and in the united states it can call nine one one they do not recommend this as your first course of us Because you can get in trouble for calling nine one one and also says bad to call nine hundred one when it's not an emergency. Yeah so out of the actual products. We're going to touch on today. I'd say flair has the most honest and lease manipulative marketing overall. And i also like that. Flare is a non-violent product yes And often even a avoids police attention which in the uncomfortable but not yet dangerous situation that it's designed for keeping safer and more de-escalated for everybody. it's not always the best idea to get the police involved especially for certain demographics right. So that's a really good feature. I feel like is to have options. That aren't calls nine one one for you and i. I like that flare doesn't claim to be a perfect solution on a lot of their marketing is videos that talk about statistics for assault and talk about other things that people do to themselves safe and why they do those things and what other people can do to help. So overall i i like that better I like kind struck me kind of as empowering without the threat of violence. Just sort of giving you a escape hatch by giving you like a way to say oh. I can't talk to you. Creepy person any longer. Because i have to take this call for my friend. Oh i have to go right. That's what bracelet can do for you. Just better than empowering you to at committed violence against i feel like it's a product that's very much designed to help you feel safe rather than a product that's designed to remind you that you are in danger Which i think is territory that some of the other things we're gonna talk about can slip into although might not have that same effect if a time you look at your wrist and you see the device that is supposed to send the bat signal to your squad or whatever that This this sucks that. I have to have an escape hatch. Maybe but i feel like is very much marketing to people who already constantly feel a sense of discomfort and fear So i'm a little bit more okay with this one overall than the other ones. We're gonna talk about. And i like giving things a fair shake. So here's one that. I don't think sucks positively on this podcast We're gonna talk more about safety..

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"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

That's a Thing?!

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"So i feel through line for that scene to the to the to the dead mom's saying in white woman's instagram of the commodification of depression and commercialization. Oh they're connected. Yeah of of that and it made me think of bell. Let's talk right horrible. Where bell gets a whole bunch of free advertising for promising to pay a nickle for everybody who user hash tag and it's meant to raise awareness about mental illness which i don't feel we lack awareness about It feels like it is meant to create space for people to be vulnerable but it has just so twisted that into something that i find really heart take and i i have. I am a person who has in the past like i every year. I have gotten more and more angry and cynical about that thing so the first year that came out i re tweeted it or used to that hashtag with my heart because mental health struggles is a thing that affects lots of people that i love and then the next year i think i wrote like maybe a twitter threat about you know. This is so problematic right and then after that. It's just like fill your boots. I'll see you tomorrow when this is over. Because i just it makes me angry. Yeah we've reached a point now where any time. There's a abusive internet content. That discusses suicide. You see here. All the hotlines Pinned in the comments or the video description or whatever and also. I don't know if this is actually going to help anybody. I'm just putting it here on the off chance that does like. There's this like wholehearted lack of belief in the effectiveness of any of the tools. We have and so we just kind of will sit in the communal pit of despair and try to hold each other afloat so yeah and then we ever the intermission. Let us take an intermission. This episode of that's the thing is brought to you by our friends at.

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05:56 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"No i think part of it is that it is literally what by twitter feed. Looks like and so so because of that. I just like i will listen to my twitter feed. This is much catchier. The my twitter feed. And what is its besides being a critique of white ally ship it's also critique of neoliberalism. Yeah absolutely i kind of those together and a lot of ways and just sort of speaking to people who are guess. Centrists is the bow character and then soko is more radical and he gets an soko's obviously also more affected by the issues like bo. Bo is an outside observer of the issues and so he is able to like acknowledge and accept the emotions of somebody who's actually affected by them. Like i don't get emotional. Thing has been so many harmful to people trying to get help because as soon as you get emotional and the and that leads to people who aren't intimately affected by issues speaking on 'em instead of amplifying people who are more emotional about them. It's a whole thing i could. This could be a twitter feed. But we're not doing. We're not going to move on. Then there's the. I am a former comedian. Turn social brand consultant which is kind of a series of hits against once again the kind of neoliberal capitalism pink washing space where it's like. Oh yeah maltesers really cares about child poverty in malaysia..

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04:44 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"He planted seeds in this song that he calls back to later. The other thing that you only get if you watch the show at nod if you listen to that song on its own is. There is a moment where he's frustrated that his mum's put her thumb on the camera. And yeah gets like to upset about the frustration of trying to talk her through this tech his shoe. It's a bit of a a prelude to future tantrums. I think okay yeah. Let's that's fair. that's fair. Are you looking forward to holding your phone screen face. I had to talk you through thing imagining i'm looking for. I'm gonna deliberately be more incompetent. Technically than you're used to just so that you can have the excuse. I'm not even die. Good at text and only standing next to you. That i'm impressed. It's mean i. I've asked her lots of things but i i would actually argue. You understand more than me. It's just you forget how to do things constantly that i into it. Actually what our actual tech thing is that i. I am show impatient. That can't read instructions anymore. And if i would just slow down. I could figure that the sign in the background that says. You're a huge nerd from that lightness heaviness of how the world works is A more overtly political song hints of the political in comedy but how the world works is very explicitly complexly political. I'd say i would also call it the first true villain song. None of which there will be a couple of you could argue. That comedy is a villain song but because the kind of character that bo was portraying is so often the hero. I have a hard time. Classifying it as it only becomes a villain song within the context of the rest of the peace like retroactively on. So i i listen through how the world works is the first bill and song and It's in a lot of ways..

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04:56 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"Okay and as i said before we're going to see the word content a lot I've done this as well. Actually on the podcast is i've referred to it as like we're making content making content for you guys right now figured out some content for you and that's maybe something i should start trying to unlearn. Content is pretty immediately followed up by comedy which is kind of making fun of The sort of privileged white guy comedians. Who put the purpose of their life into their comedy and then expect everybody else to see it as as significant as they want it to be Do you have any deeper thoughts on comedy. What i was thinking. When i was watching this is it was so many layers right so definitely the The the the ridiculousness of the idea of The world needs direction from a white guy. Like me then and then thinking will do idea. What's my what's my talent. I can tell you a joke. And so then the chorus kind of repeating line is like something bad happens to combat. Yeah and i. I was thinking that some of those words but then also the imagery that you see during that song reminding me so much of startup culture where you have like these often tech brose who are thinking. I need to what. What's the problem that i'm solving here. And and there's lots of like a whiteboard and ven diagram sir. All the kind of stuff that he's doing is like to me more of a satire of of the sort of Tech bro savior comedians. Fear and the idea of the white savior comes up quite a bit. Yes as well And he and he. He physically resembles many times during the show. The sort of euro version of jesus like the white. Jesus he does whatever looked like but but those pictures that were used to see version. Yeah yeah is like..

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"Drop every other tuesday okay. So we're just gonna go through inside kind of song by song with a few other moments and we're just gonna talk when we have thoughts definitely put this together organized manner and won't be an unlistenable mess. I found appropriately It starts off with basically just series of songs and the first of those songs is called content. Which is an introduction to the show and why it's being made Because pandemic because isolated home because hasn't done big art project in my longtime very relatable and yeah it's it's just a little short snippet that introduces you to the show I have a lot of thoughts about the word content and obviously bodas too because it appears a law in the show What does the word content make you. Think of a big sigh. There is a so in journalism circles. This is a hated word. Be sure it is seen to be kind of what replaced what we were doing before. Beautification destroyed everything. Yeah bimbo fixation. There's buds beautiful equivalent. and it. it to me. It's a word that emerged because we needed a a now net referred to things on the internet. That weren't just text right. And so if you were going to be able to tell a story either through text or video or audio or data visualization or whatever. We needed like one word to say what this and so content in my world became the watch that was but because it got all tangled up in the content mills and the seo chasing and the The constant creation of new things to deliver ad impressions beside it really came to have a negative connotation I am really wrapped up in the word konta. In terms of how it's used by independent creators online small creators And huge creators like bo right And the reason is. I think it's a word people use to minimize the fact that what they make is art because calling it. Art sounds pretentious and the word content. Cheapens it in a way. That's more comfortable. That is my heartache. That i've been holding onto. We literally had a silent walk. Could she didn't want to drop any of the things that she was going to say during this today. Anyway so there you go. That's the thing. But yeah. It's just i i'm used to hearing people say like oh i've made you some content. Here's some content for you guys. This is the content people say that that is what houston the song i know but i thought it was ironic. No i mean. Probably semi ironic spoiler for the show. Everything layers of iron and disavowal and trying to get to the core of it is a fruitless era ended. I don't believe in china. That's not my interest but yeah no that's that's a pretty accurate reflection of the way content is used. I would say it's absolutely used at times. Where art israeli more appropriate. Yeah what's wrong with an iron. That seems like. I didn't know like sushi and an impressive isn't it. Yeah but people on the internet aren't comfortable with being swi- she and impressive that makes you seem pompous. That means to seem full of yourself. The internet At large is about Minimizing yourself in minimizing your intelligence and your work in order to kind of create this humble authentic persona Not always true obviously Logan paul it obviously doesn't follow that route and that kind of brand is more about being big and flashy but that's generally seen as quite gauche by the broader internet content creation community..

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02:28 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"Like Sort of quizzes. Paul assignments friend of the podcast work on some. That was kind of like. I don't know what artifact from the royal alberta museum are you or something like that. It's very vague. I'm sure i'm getting it wrong. It off if i find it. I'll put it in the show now. There was a cultural moment. Yeah it was I also think. Facebook had a similar feature has a feature But that isn't relevant. The teens tweens and under twenty's so we're skipping entirely buzzfeed quiz as interim tests of knowledge to design a meal plan for you based on your top six fictional chefs to the classic. Answer these questions. And i'll tell you what your personality is often based on celebrities or fictional characters and Other sites like we said also had the infrastructure for this kind of thing but buzzfeed has been by far the most prominent and the most enduring side note the earliest version of this. I can think of which sex and the city character argue. Great like the i'ma samantha cliche. Right i've miller with this because of brooklyn nine nine it's an old person thing. I otherwise But yeah according to goethe branch and see which sexton to the city character you are. I'm kerry and i'm creative sensitive and passionate. Do you want to find out based on what brunch you prepare which sex and the city character. You are most ide okay. Let's do this. This is am buzzfeed editor. Approved a quiz. So you know it's official and reliable and you're going to enjoy this first question. What time are you having brunch. Eighty nine am ten am eleven. Am eleven yet who has bridge eight. Am ever work night shift. I don't know i don't understand. It's a nightmare. Show you some some pictures. Which which image are you branching at. They all look terrible. Not bridge places to me. It's like a bar. One has a glass wall when has like a lot of wood and then when he's kind of like a fancy schmancy dining room. I i would i guess. What is the brunch easiest thing. Okay let's do would What are.

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05:01 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"Your dad bought these little gadgets. That you're supposed to use to to cook aches. And that microwave and i never had any mishap yet. They probably contained in such that. It works but just going off a random youtube video showing you how to do this. No no generally suspicious of like short youtube tutorials. Literally just showing you how to do this. One thing also make grilled cheese wrapped in foil in the toaster. Toaster manufacturers specifically say do not pay scale in our product. Yeah very grilled cheese. One might get and use coca cola as a tooth whitener. Okay and people are consuming these as if they're sincere. Yeah why because their kids and they're being the like. I remember like listening to a radio satire. When i was a kid not realizing a satire and getting worked up over them thing. I've a specific memory of that. It takes awhile for kids to understand that things presented to them aren't always sincere and so like i'm talking like ten years old right and you can't expect them to really go like. Oh well. here's why that wouldn't work. Or here's why i need to be careful about that is presented to you by adults and you go. Oh that's a cool thing. I could do like how smart. I am for knowing this than they do it. And then people get hurt right Baking hacks that just work aren't As dangerous per se Do put both your appliances and your self confidence at risk Be wary of waffle iron recipes because it became very trendy to put things in the waffle iron to waffle them to cook them and so a lot of the videos. That are i'm gonna waffle. This are Content farm videos with missing stops or just things. You shouldn't do like melt candy in your waffle iron to make like lollipops the they'll they'll remain in the waffle iron and be burnt. Yeah with the buffalo or And then a lot of people making like trendy food putting it in the waffle iron and then going That was good..

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05:53 min | 1 year ago

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"Yeah This was attributed to an interview Done with the paris review. The article titled the paris review for young readers was published on april. First two thousand fifteen. Which is your first red flag. Dear listener if are ever citing an article video. Whatever on the internet and the date is april first. You immediately need to be much more breaking your in dangerous territory. How though i'm gonna guess that. This quote was not accompanied by the date. Circulate yeah when it was circulated right so that important. Little bit of context got erased along the way. Yes so yeah. This quote was a work of i. Hope funnier in context satire Something of you had to clarify both on twitter and in a disclaimer above the article. So i guess the idea of the satire went and looked at it was they did this whole fake paris review for kids issue which is generally kind of like. Oh we're going to talk to kids and here's our summer camp where we have like fancy tiny food talk about literature or whatever i i'm kind of under the The belief that we should talk up to kids anyway so it didn't particularly work for me. And i think it's shown that it didn't age very well that nobody was reading satire into this very long quote from your satire. Like nothing comes across as a joke when you remove it from that context so do better article writer. it's possible. Do we know that they did like a whole satirical issue or was this just an excerpt from an imagined in an imagined kids version of this very highbrow literary journal. I think they so they did. A little intro piece that describes the premise and then they had a bunch of like little article thick. yeah And there's a clarification over the excerpt and the Overview basically now As far as i can tell this misunderstanding occurred entirely non maliciously unfortunately screenshots make the removal of essential context. Easy and common. Do not ever accept a screenshot as a complete source. Enlisted thing being sourced is that there is a screenshot of this thing. I've to add that last bit. Because that is literally a thing i have to do..

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05:57 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"There is a really good Video essay on youtube by jacob. Geller called the soul of a library and analyzes among other things The library of babel is sort story by louis sports. The infinite library in the short story contains every conceivable permutation of twenty two letters. The comma period on the space contained with an infinite shops a four hundred and ten page books. are random and yet by the extension of logic somewhere amongst them. There must be some which makes sense. Some which means something a group of librarians called the purifiers. Destroy any books which they d meaningless away the infinity other librarians mourn. This loss. For how can you tell nonsense from a book written in uninventive language or in an uncapped code and even if it is nonsense. Does that mean that you throw would away. How do you determine the value. I look at this idea which is hard to think about makes your head hurt. Which is what. It's supposed to do. And i see the internet. Yeah jason scott. The founder of archive team is quoted saying archive team was started out of anger and a feeling of powerlessness. This feeling that we were letting companies decide for us what was going to survive and what was going to die later on the same talk. He said it's not our job to figure out what's valuable to figure out what's meaningful. We work by three virtues. Rage paranoia and kleptomaniac on one. Hand yahoo answers was a bad website. It was typical for its era. Gave us a few laughs and largely won't be missed even by long-lasting users the other hand. Hundreds of thousands of people put time and energy into making that website what it was user creations not corporate ones made it that and even if they technically have the rights to those. A lot of them aren't going to claim them. And it's way more of a collective creation the night of any individual whether you consider it the creation of talks culture of community like that takes more than one person and you can't describe the ownership of any one person's data as a way of preserving that need to take a picture of the whole So this is why. The internet has such a sense of collective ownership over these deaths protective. Even when they don't really care about the particular website or don't care for the website it may technically belonged to yahoo and that post may technically belong to whoever made it but were they to erase what we made. Put we in tallus. That's deep so there you go. That's why i think people care i understand. I really do understand better now because when you first brought this to me i thought this is like toxic and dumb and who cares if it dies but now now i cared mission to well. We can't end an episode without me ending up being sad all right so we will link to lots of things in this show so many rope to help augment your understanding of this Topic is that that is so much all right You can follow our show in apple. Podcasts spotify google podcasts stitcher and wherever podcast can also find us and the rest of the outstanding members of the upper two podcast network at alberta podcast network dot com. We had the great pleasure of being on fellow over..

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05:17 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"These people would have successfully navigated your problem before and have something helpful to offer you by answering your question that you asked As an added bonus these people were seeking out your post to help you and so they wouldn't complain about it like a person on social media who just been asked an extremely google question and also do this and they're better at it so this is not a loss. Original function of this website is not lost by attesting superseded by their better services. Yeah i was just gonna say but you're sad about this and we're doing a whole episode. Yeah yeah because. I don't care about questioning around. I don't ask questions. I was a gift. Like many boards of its era. Who answers develop dot internal culture which didn't reflect the intended purpose of the site the fake story and internet staple found a home on yahoo answers for sure It became very calm on any sort of forum. Like two thousand five to two thousand fourteen or so to just make up stuff for cloud and then people will go. This is fake thumbs up basically This is still very common on radha. Once you learn to read for it on boards blake our slash relationships. It's like half fake stories. This is. I'm gonna bring in a very inappropriate comparator but this is also what happened with penthouse letters to you. Know what. I have no idea. Okay the house is a skin magazine like a like pornography softcore pornography and what penthouse letters got a reputation for was exactly this thing people telling stories where you would look at it say..

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03:40 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"When i don't feel like doing something more. Active is monster maker which is by twitter users out. Guo kiss and attenborough lower and it's basically just there's a bunch of pictures that go on top of other pictures that you can use to create a monster and i find it really relaxing when i just i want do a thing on my phone and i want it to not be social media and not have to sit up so that i can move the screen side. The bare minimum level of effort. Doing something. so yeah did any other apps on your phone that you play games with besides streaks streaks streak that game it is the game it's turning your life into a game. I think it makes you happy. It's the game -cation of your life. A little bit is a little bit. I the only game. I play on my phone. I don't know if it's even called the game. But is the new york times crossword app. Switch we Enjoy a great deal so during the pandemic we started doing the crossword together every night. Yeah so we're at. We have a streak of two hundred and sixty eight or something like that. Yes which is very impressive. Web of completing the new york times crossword like ninety seven. Point eight or something and like to keep the streak alive. Your your has one hundred percent right like you. You keep the streak alive by solving the cross. So i used to give up and by now. Since you've been helping me. I never give up. I just keep going yeah And so that's fine. That's a fun family activity that we're doing and i do. I do like crosswords. And so there's the app has other crosswords that i can do when besides the one. That's keeping our streak alive but there's no there's no incentive or anything. I pay bike. Fifty dollars american a year. Yeah this is guy newspapers styles..

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04:28 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"Little little timmy. Wow that's fine that that can be a dream you have but you have to be aware of what the responsibilities of that are if we're approaching that for you because i'm your now i'm still your dad. Been your dad this whole time but like you know kids. Don't do what you say. But any i'm not talking about telling them what to do. I'm talking about educating them on what this is so they don't have to find out about it from their favorite youtuber talking about the time that they accidentally got five people canceled because they made a bad tweet and their fan base. Went rabbit over right. Like because. that's where i learned about. This stuff is from youtubers who just had massive followed from phantom drama and that's not a good entry gate into having lake a fair and balanced perspective on entire genre relationship just happened to be really good at controlling my emotions around things manage to make a good anyway whatever But when i say age appropriate information i mean like you have to scale up the maturity of the discussion with the kids. Whenever you're talking about relationships social relationships need to be part of it. All ages all the way up Examine what pairs social are like from both sides. Teach kids to recognize unhealthy behavior. The same way that you teach them to recognize abusive behaviors so unhealthy pair. Social behaviors are participating. Hate mods intruding on the personal lives of creators Basing self image off of creator feedback probably other things. Those are the main ones to me that really stick out And teach them to know went to seek help and make sure there are resources to seek help. Make sure that like counselors especially young people understand like how to recognize that somebody was coping with something might creating para social relationship and getting pulled into that minute and losing their perspective right Like there needs to be coping tools created for this..

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04:12 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"Let's see how big we can make the numbers. Because we're this. One collective unit that i met the head of and that's very much. How he how he does things. How rally his base very intentionally So he's like. I wanna get my my latest song to this number on the charts and look at what you guys did. Hear what you guys did there. And he's getting constant numbers update somewhere. It's at and during the stream. He also tries to push the stream numbers of his music horrifying. I'm surprised by how upset you because compared to a lot of what i've seen this level of like controlling what's trending and like choosing kind of funds stick it to. The man's stuff is appealing to me. Compared to like the wto was me. I needed engagement. Career definitely better than the pathetic baking. Yes yes part of it is that. He really does himself as counterculture. He's very smart about brandon himself. It's one of the reasons that i enjoy. Watching him is that he really really understands how to present himself to an audience. I'm not sure how aware he is of this being thing his doing i hope he knows he's doing this. And it's intentional and planned otherwise you might be in for a very sinister kind of. He'll turn moment. Yeah but presuming that. This is a very controlled very lake. Marketing savvy thing which based on how good he is. I kind of suspect that it is It really is like up an impressive counter culture. I don't use labels. I i've totally run by you. Guys kind of take it to the man moment that people find appealing and i'm still getting lots of echo. Donald trump in this okay if just creeping me out but the real estate. That man has in your brain for you..

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04:35 min | 1 year ago

"a thing" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"A tiktoker podcast or any sort of online person. Who makes hashtag content and tries to cultivate a following because there are people who make cash take content and then like that's the end of their interaction there my icons. They're my heroes there. My adult so influencers also try to cultivate a following. And i think that's key to what's going on here but anytime they're trying to get me to do something. I notice and get mad immediately. I don't know if i've ever liked commented or subscribed. Because i was told to like y'all should do that for our show because it matters and it makes her happy thoughts persuasive to you but like i am aware that the like button exists and i know when i'm going to press and i'm john really very in control of that and don't like being told what to do. You're a person. I would never in a million years. Call you disobedient. But you do not like to be told to do something that you intended to do. Oh yeah that's like the worst. I don't like authority. That's my thing. 'cause i want to be the authority. Triple h arc over here like rebellious until you hire me as your second in command Really hope we have a lot of wrestling must be really impenetrable. Buddy is not in that world. But i i have literally unfollowed people on twitter for talking about their numbers going down to frequently There's this twitter app extension thing that shows how many followers you gain or lose. Have you seen this before Yeah in in a period of time and it goes like on. Your feet is tweet. I am follow that onsite. Yeah because i can't imagine anybody regularly posting about like my channel is dying or i'm not getting any interaction or i lost thirty two followers this month for any reason except to rally the remaining based Pity support the. And i wil petty support. Nobody if you're too weak to live you die. Relisted me don't like it..

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04:04 min | 2 years ago

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"Overall case study story is the mood. We're going for something wrong. It was on purpose. Probably it was a joke there. you go. You can't hold me accountable. This type absolutely plugger is case. Study so small youtuber and like twenty twelve or something makes a video about pogs mama. Pau eggs talking like a valley girl douglas. How much thought. I actually put into the section little round circles of i dunno cardboard or something that people used to like trade and play with. I was a little bit too old for politics when they came along. I was a little bit too young for pokes when they came along. So we are lost. But you kind of seem to know what they are so let's keep going out. What a pug champ somebody. Who's really good at playing. Pogs.

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