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"about fifty million times" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"The six up like another guy that stands me up. I'm done with the world's how are you. I'm great your time so we are being watched right by your audience in my audience in all that good stuff take you honestly like keep sending you that message saying thank you but just thank you. I appreciate how are you. i'm good. How's your realize we're because my husband just finished his doctorate yesterday so slow. Now's easy year with nothing else to do. So he's like our house like just move on. I don't wanna do anything of baby to be relaxed. Husband compete our call two years old. I listen Before i guess before. I go into like my whole structure because i had to write questions and my little first of all a not so big shot outside the incident because i wanted to research obviously adult film right industry and all that but i want to come prepared with my eddie game but i gotta tell you a wasn't like i felt like i have to go put it out there because i didn't find like much was disappointed in everything but i know you have so many things going on right and then you have I'm sorry the argue videos dot biz the. I'm sorry i'm saying it wrong. I know you have another last name as well. But i'm not gonna put government out there. Okay deals dot com. And then i have biaggi videos dot biz. They'll business a new one. That's right with the new videos every week and the dot com his. It has about four hundred. Does a little more than four hundred. But that's the old one. That's the one where i started by myself. You know just it into the porn industry. What did you get into the industry long story about fifty million times. But you can give me. The condensed version really bore with work. I was a manager for a company. Tourism company important. He was the main tour guide for the cruise lines and one day. I got tired of those. Like you know. I've been doing this for nine years. I was tired. I was like i wanna do poor. I was born. So i went to the sack shop to see. How the fuck do i become a porn actor. Because there's like no like nobody knows how you actor it's like i'm back down. There was it was different than now and i followed the dvd phone numbers. So i call. And the guy was his private phone from this director And then basically too long. I wanna fill who. I will come here than i wasn't good enough for his studio but he recommended in to another studio so he signed my photos on the army and in the name of your bald head on. Just take on not listen. I broke this out in honor of you right now and you don't want to know the story so i used to be an assistant program director an adult daycare and one of my clients gave to me and i thought really. Oh really in the name of avid on owning our heads brother Do not see the legal. Yes right now. No i was born in new york in brooklyn so you might want to go and talk to our friends at lgbt took over. Nobody knows all my info correctly. Everybody gets good team. where are you from. What i was born in new york by my family moved. When i was only two weeks old back toward the he goes solace raising the rigo and i lived their minds. Live till i started the industry so part of the what part of new york city. Well i was born brookline. But my mom was from manhattan. But i wasn't up in a family party like she wasn't party and she decided to give birth so because i was born in brooklyn to look and we going explained..

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Calms Secret to Success? Matthew McConaugheys Bedtime Stories

Business Wars Daily

05:50 min | 2 years ago

Calms Secret to Success? Matthew McConaugheys Bedtime Stories

"Business Wars daily is sponsored by SALESFORCE salesforce customer relationship management solution is committed to helping you deliver the personalized experiences that could customers want so they'll keep coming back again and again salesforce bringing companies and customers together visit salesforce dot com one hundred fifty million times and the company turned a profit last year it's now worth more than a billion dollars the first wellness apt to become a unicorn and it shows the simplest of features bedtime stories read by celebrities like Matthew mcconaughey as observers have noted meditation is nice to have adults suffering from it won easily blame it on political news or climate change concerns stock market volatility over use of technology or the Mash up of skyrocketing love but everybody needs to sleep with once upon a time now at the heart of the business subscriptions quadrupled Com stories have been played more than dollar annual subscriptions according to Tech Crunch last year the company noted an uptick in users tuning in at bedtime and decided to test products for insomniacs I have additional options for managing their mental health founder Michael acton Smith is nothing if not a big dreamer he's considering launching real world products from more companies are jumping into the digital behavioral health game developing APPs intended to bridge the huge gap between suffering and treatment anxiety is highly treatable close a two-thirds of people who have never received treatment according to patient advocates enter the big guns of mental wellness apps head space and calm relaxing way to run billed as a partnership between Nike and the blockbuster meditation APP head space it was a reminder to just how ubiquitous mental wellness APPs have become June loan debt and the pressure to perform do we have anything else we can be anxious about how about a toxic combination of all of the above will listen regardless of the cause more industry is relaxing head space is in you might say head to head competition with Com- A serial entrepreneur from South Wales Michael Acton Smith founded stream to date com has raised one hundred forty million dollars in funding and reached about fifty million users the company says about two million of those users purchase seventy lost ninety six dollars a year it now claims to reach more than forty five million users in one hundred ninety countries the company markets the APP to corporate wellness leaders they reach nearly one hundred million users worldwide albeit with different tones and strategies founded by British former monk. Andy put a comb in twenty ten head space earning the American Medical Association which offers at two burned-out doctors and Temple University which gives it too stressed out student athletes that's not to say that being in the meditation in two thousand twelve but it grew slowly for its first few years Smith credits the two thousand sixteen election with increasing America's anxiety levels and his company's revenues grids of companies eager to calm they're anxious employees down what's up anxiety has become the most common mental illness in America with some forty million they're everywhere and applied to everything from running to serious mental health issues like depression and suicide alley and they're on the benefits men use of hours daily happy Monday friends the other day I pulled up apple's APP store my phone to look for something in steering me there in the face was the APP of the day which promised and I quote here a more one side effect of success and that Ho category mindfulness APPs are taking a bit out of depression drug sales which are declining as people realize clothing and retail stores to publishing hotels and even a private island resort a really really come when we would imagine what would you pay for a peaceful day or from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business even better a peaceful night more and more of us are willing to subscribe to stillness it appears so watch this space calm and head space may be winning now but many scrappy upstarts or aggressively climbing that path to enlightenment and that fight is likely to be anything but peaceful business wars daily is sponsored by salesforce have you ever wondered what salesforce does of salesforce is a customer seamless personalized experiences that customers want and build lasting trusted customer relationships make sense salesforce uh-huh slash learn more nations ship management solution they bring companies and customers together. How do they do it? They give your employees of three hundred sixty degree view of your customers bringing companies and customers together visit salesforce dot com slash learn more that's salesforce dot com slash learn more

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To fifty four and before we go back to all of your phone calls. This shows more interesting items that crossed my desk in screen that you need to know about is first of which the Google play store now in your might be have your Android device in an. Apple device. One thing about apple is that they really vet the apps that actually are available in the store. Google not so much more bad apps or making their way through Google security protocols. This time it's six apps that have been pulled for advertising fraud, and this is actually following an investigation by BuzzFeed, it's the same stuff different day, basically these apps secretly click on ads in the background and without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data guess was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their self. He's also a flashlight Omni, cleaner, ram, master, smart, cooler, and total cleaners. So basically what you wanna do is make sure they general have any of these apps, and if your Android running into problems, you might have to. A whole factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seemed to go there by lake peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week a lot of the internet bloggers and the tech journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. Okay. And they're all excited about this or say, wow. You know, if you've got to go home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to myself have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, it was like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads. I'm might Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you'd become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This is one of those displays that you just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen PC, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's going to run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you want to tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution, you can split the screen for video chats, you have big meetings. It might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability that you sent Kim fifty. Inches of grade. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch motto. But for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So that this this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back or like around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces and tables and mounts and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display you can add a battery excess rate, and that's going to cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch models ships in June. But you might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying well. And I don't know if you remember that we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hit stores a couple of months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually brick them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty the shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, boom was getting in Koumas rather getting in on the craze. It's not really a craze. But they're wanting people to beta test the Puma fi self leasing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listen to the Kim Komando show so between now. Now in April twenty eighth you.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Here on the show is one full eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before we go back to all of your phone calls. This shows more interesting items that crossed by desk in screen that you need to know about is first of which the Google play store now in your might be have your Android device. In an apple device. So one thing about apple is that they really vet the apps that actually are available in the store. Google not so much more bad apps for Baker in the ways for Google security protocols. This time it's six apps that have been pulled for advertising fraud, and this is actually following an investigation by BuzzFeed, it's the same stuff different day. Basically these apps would secretly click on ads in the background without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data. Yes was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their self. He's also a I o flashlight Omni, cleaner, ram, master, smart, cooler total cleaner. So basically, which wanna do is make sure that you don't have any of these apps, and if you're running into problems, you might have. Have to do a whole factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seemed to go there by like peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week, a lot of the internet, bloggers and tech. Journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google, home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. And they're all excited about this say, wow, you know, if you've have to go home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to so have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, it was like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads. I'm Mike Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you'd become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This is one of those displays that you're just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen piecing, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's gotta run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you want to tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution, you can split the screen for video chats, you have big meetings might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability. So you said Kim fifty inches. Agreed. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch model, but for that you have to. Twelve grand and then you can put four them together. So that this this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back or like around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces and tables and mounts and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display, you can add a battery accessory, and that's gonna cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch models ships in June. But she might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying well. And I don't know if you remember that we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hit stores a couple of months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually bring them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty the shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, boom getting in Koumas rather getting in on the craze. It's not really craze. But they're wanting people to beta test the Puma fi self leasing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listen to the Kim Komando show so between now and April twenty eighth you can put your name in the hat and apply through the Puma track app or on their website just answer the questions, and if you're chosen you will get and test out and give feedback on the shoes Houma FIS have a motor built in the titans laces. They have come companion apps. You can also charge your shoes. Wirelessly? I mean, could you just imagine, you know, sorry. I can't go to Jim today because I didn't charge. My gym shoes. Nikes are in stores, the Puma FIS when they come out are going to be three hundred and thirty dollars. And finally, let's talk a little bit about Elon Musk. He's the guy behind tesla. Spacex the boring company. He either gets Twitter or he doesn't interrupt them. No have you heard about where what Elon Musk's new Twitter profile pic? You haven't okay? You know, he's known for posting things on Twitter and getting in trouble just a little different. If you check out his Twitter account. You might notice that his profile photo is now a sheep. That's right. A sheep, but why you have to go back a year or so when the museum of English rural life tweeted an old photo of an ex more horn H ram the title look at the size of this absolute unit. Okay. Amine was born faded away. And recent tweets from MIT about the maiden flight of the straddle launch, which is now the world's largest airplane because I know you like planes. You follow this type of technology all the time. The title of that tweet was look at the size of this absolute union, having a lotta geek humor going on in here. So we're not really sure why he changed his picture to shape. But the museum of English world life sought so they changed their profile picture to head shot of Elon Musk. So they'd be going back and forth and one of the cheap. One of the tweets that must be as they're calling themselves. Have asked Ilan must to put a sheep into space in a car. And I wouldn't be surprised if he actually would do it when it di-. Well, yeah. I mean, it couldn't be like a real she. Oh, I mean that would be nice would not be happy with that. No. A you could volunteer. I mean, I'm sure you're all signed up to go to bars or ready? First flight, I think that'd be wish you go to Mars anything to avoid flying to Sedona on that plane K is, you know, put to see the good news is really seriously. If something does happen. It's got a long glide ratio. You know, what that means? No. If the engine cuts out, so you're up there. Ten fifteen thousand feet the engine. It's not like it just drops out of the sky, not reassuring. It'll it allows you to glide down.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Fifty four is the way to join us once again that toll-free number to join us here on the show is one for Belaid eight to five fifty to fifty four and before I go back to all of your phone calls. This shows more interesting items that crossed my desk in screen that you need to know about is I of which the Google play store now in your might be have your Android device in an apple device. One thing about apple is that they really vet the apps that actually are available in the store. Google not so much more bed app. Surveyor in the way through Google security protocols. This time it's six apps that have been pulled for advertising fraud, and this is actually following an investigation by BuzzFeed, it's the same stuff different day, basically these apps secretly click on ads in the background and without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data guess was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their cell fees, also a flashlight Omni, cleaner, ram, master, smart, cooler total cleaner. So basically, what you wanna do is make sure they general have any of these apps, and if you're androids running into problems, you might have to do a whole. Factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seemed to go there by like peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week a lot of the internet bloggers and the tech journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. Okay. And they're all excited about this or saying, wow. You know, if you've got to go home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to myself have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, there's like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads on might Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you'd become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This isn't one of those displays that you're just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen PC, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's going to run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you want to tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution, you can split the screen for video chats, you have big meetings and might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability that you said Kim fifty. Inches. Great. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch model, but for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So that this this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back or like around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces in tables and bounce and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display, you can add a battery excess Serie and that's going to cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch models ships in June. But you might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying well. And I don't know if you remember that we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hits. Stores a couple of months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually brick them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, boom was getting in Koumas rather getting in on the craze. It's not really a craze. But they're wanting people to beta test the Puma FIS self leasing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listen to the Kim Komando show so between now and April twenty.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Again that toll-free number to join us here on the show is one for eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before I go back to all of your phone calls. This shows more interesting items that crossed by desk in screen that you need to know about is first of which the Google play store now in your might be you have your Android device. In an apple device. One thing about apple is that they really vet the apps that actually are available in the store. Google not so much more bed apps for Baker in the way through Google security protocols. This time it's six apps that have been pulled for advertising fraud, and this is actually following an investigation by BuzzFeed, it's the same stuff different day. Basically these apps would secretly click on ads in the background and without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data. Yes was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their fees. Also, a I o flashlight Omni, cleaner, ram, master, smart, cooler total cleaner. So basically, which wanna do is make sure they general have any of these apps, and if you're androids running into problems, you might have. Have to do a whole factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seem to go there by like peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week, a lot of the internet, bloggers and tech. Journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google, home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. Okay. And they're all excited about this say, wow, you know, if you go home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to myself have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, there's like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads. I might Google home assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you'd become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This is one of those displays that you just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen piecing, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's gotta run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you want to tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution, you can split the screen for video chats, you have big meetings. It might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability said you sent you know, Kim fifty. Inches of grade. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch model, but for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So that this you have this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back like around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces in tables and bounce and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display, you can add a battery accessory, and that's going to cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch model ships in June. But she might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying well. And I don't know if you remember that we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hits. Stores a couple months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually bring them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty the shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, boom was getting an Koumas rather getting in on the craze that really craze. But they're wanting people to beta test the Puma fi self leasing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listened to the Kim Komando show so between now and April.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Toll-free number to join us here on the show is triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before we go back to all of your phone calls. This shows more interesting items that crossed my desk in screen that you need to know about is first of which the Google play store now in your might be have your Android. Vice in an apple device. One thing about apple is that they really vet the apps that actually are available in the store. Google not so much more apps or the way through Google security protocols. This time it's six apps that have been pulled for advertising fraud, and this is actually following an investigation by BuzzFeed, it's the same stuff different day, basically these apps but secretly click on ads in the background and without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data. Yes was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because beloved theirself selfish, also a flashlight Omni, cleaner, ran master, smart, cooler total cleaner. So basically what you wanna do is make sure the gentlemen of any of these apps and if your Android running into problems. Might have to do a whole factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seemed to go there by like peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week lot of the internet bloggers and the tag journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. Okay. And they're all excited about this say, wow, you know, if you have to home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to myself have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, it was like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads on my Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you've become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This is one of those displays that you're just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen piecing, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's going to run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you want to tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution, you can split the screen for video chats big meetings might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability that you sent Kim fifty inch. Inches grade. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch model, but for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So that this this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back or like around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces and cables and mounts and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display, you can add a battery excess Seraing and that's going to cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch models ships in June. But you might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying what? And I don't know if you remember that we have this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hit stores a couple of months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually bring them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty the shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, boom getting in Koumas rather getting in on the craze. It's not really a craze. But they're wanting people to beta test, the Puma fi self fleecing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listened to the Kim Komando show so between now. Now in April twenty eighth you can.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Once again that toll-free number to join us here on the show is one for Belaid eight two five fifty to fifty four and before I go back to all of your phone calls. This shows more interesting items that cross my desk screen that you need to know about is first of which the Google play store now in your might be have your Android device. An apple device. One thing about apple is that they really vet the apps that actually are available in the store. Google not so much more ways for Google security protocols. This time at six apps that have been pulled for advertising fraud, and this is actually following an investigation by BuzzFeed, it's the same stuff different day, basically these apps secretly click on ads in the background without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese AB developer, so all your data guess was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their self. He's also a oh, flashlight Omni, cleaner, ran master, smart, cooler total cleaner. So basically, which wanna do is make sure the gentleman any of these apps, and if you're androids running into problems, you might have to do a whole. Factory reset and adware, Android. Kind of seem to go there by like peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week lot of the internet bloggers and journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google, home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. And they're all excited about this say, wow, you know, if you have to go home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to myself have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, it was like they're all jumping up and down that I get Google music with ads on my Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you'd become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to as collaborative display now. This is one of those displays that you're just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen PC, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's to run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's then you wanna tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution, you can split the screen for video chats big meetings and might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability Kim fifty. Inches. Agreed. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch model, but for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So that this this massive wall display, and that's going to such backer like around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces and tables and bounce and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display, you can add a battery excess ring and that's going to cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch motto ships in June. But you might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying. And I don't know if you remember we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hit stores a couple of months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually bring them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty shoes the old fashioned way too. Well was getting in Koumas rather getting in on the craze. It's not really a craze. But they're wanting people to beta test the poo of self leasing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts. Listen to the Kim Komando show so between now and April twenty eighth.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on KGO 810

"Once again that toll-free number to join us here in the show is triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before I go back to all of your phone calls. This shows more interesting items that cross my desk in screen that you need to know about is first of which the Google play store now in your might. We have your Android device an apple device. One thing about Apple's that they really vet the apps that actually are available in the store. Google not so much more bed apps or in the ways for Google security protocols. This time it's six apps that have been pulled for advertising fraud, and this is actually following an investigation by BuzzFeed. It's the same stuff differ day, basically these apps secretly click on ads in the background without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data guess was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their selfish, also a flashlight Omni, cleaner, ram, masters, smart, cooler total cleaner. So basically, which wanna do is make sure they general have any of these apps, and if you're. Indra running into problems. You might have to do a whole factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seem to go there by lake peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week of the internet bloggers and the tech journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google, home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. And they're all excited about this say, wow, you know, if you go home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to myself have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, it was like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads on my Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you'd become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This is one of those displays that you're just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen PC, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want us. It's to run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you want to tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution, you can split the screen for video chats big meetings and might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability that you said, you know, Kim fifty. Inches. Agreed. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch model, but for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So that this this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back or like around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces and cables and bounce and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display you can add a battery excess rate, and that's gonna cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch models ships in June. But you might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying, and I don't know if you remember that we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hits. Stores a couple months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually bring them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, Goumas getting in Koumas rather getting in on the craze, really craze. But they're wanting people to beta test the Puma Feis selfless shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listened to the Kim Komando show so between now and April twenty.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on KGO 810

"The same stuff differ day. Basically these apps would secretly click on ads in the background and without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data guess was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their cell fees, also a flashlight Omni, cleaner, ram, master, smart, cooler and total cleaner. So basically, which wanna do is make sure they general of any of these apps, and if you're androids running. The problems you might have to do a whole factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seem to get to go there by lake peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week a lot of the internet bloggers and the tech journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. Okay. And they're all excited about this say, wow, you know, if you've got to go home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to myself have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, there's like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads on my Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you'd become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This is a one of those displays that you just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen PC, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's going to run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you want to tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution you can split the screen for video chats big meetings. It might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability that you said Kim fifty. Inches agree. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch model, but for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So that this you have this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces in tables and mounts and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display, you can add a battery excess Serie and that's going to cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch models ships in June. But she might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying what? And I don't know if you remember that we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hit stores a couple of months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually bring them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty the shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, boom was getting in Koumas rather getting in on the craze. It's not really a craze. But they're wanting people to beta test, the Puma fi self fleecing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listened to the Kim Komando show so between now. Now in April twenty eighth you can put.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Once again that toll-free number to join us here on the show is one full eight eight to five fifty to fifty four before I go back to all of your phone calls show, more interesting items that cross my desk screen that you need to know about is first of which the Google play store now in your might be have your. Android device an apple device. One thing about Apple's that they really vet the apps that actually are available in the store. Google not so much more bad apps for Baker in the way through Google security protocols. This time it's six apps that have been pulled for advertising fraud, and this is actually following an investigation by BuzzFeed, it's the same stuff different day, basically these apps secretly click on ads in the background without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data guess was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their self. He's also a oh flashlight. I'm cleaner ran masters, smart, cooler total cleaner. So basically what you wanna do is make sure the general have any of these apps, and if you're androids running. The problems you might have to do a whole factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seem to go there by like peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week, a lot of the internet, bloggers and tech. Journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google, home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. Okay. And they're all excited about this or saying, wow. You know, if you go home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to myself have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, there's like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads on my Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you've become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This isn't one of those displays that you just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen PC, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's going to run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you wanna tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution you can split the screen for video chats big meetings. It might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability that you sent Kim fifty. Inches grade. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch model, but for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So this this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back or like around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces and tables and bounce and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display you can add a battery excess rate, and that's going to cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch models ships in June. But you might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreads. So that you can justify buying, and I don't know if remember, but we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hit stores a couple of months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually bring them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty the shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, boom was getting in Koumas rather getting it on the craze that really Chris. But they're wanting people to beta test the Puma five self leasing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listen to the Kim Komando show so between now. Now in April twenty eighth you can.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"These apps secretly click on ads in the background. And without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data guests was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their self. He's also a flashlight Omni, cleaner, ran master, smart, cooler in total cleaners. So basically, what you wanna do is make sure they general have any of these apps, and if you're androids running into problems, you might have to do a whole factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seem to go there by like peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week a lot of the internet bloggers and the tech journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. Okay. And they're all excited about this. Ain't wow. You know, if you've got to go home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to myself have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, it was like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads on my Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you'd become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This isn't one of those displays that you're just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen PC, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's going to run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you want to tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution you can split the screen for video chats big meetings. It might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability that you sent Kim fifty. Inches. Agreed. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch model, but for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So that this this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back or like around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces in tables and mounts and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display, you can add a battery excess Serie and that's going to cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch models ships in June. But you might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying well. And I don't know if you remember that we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hits. Stores a couple of months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually brick them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty the shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, boom was getting in Koumas rather getting in on the craze. It's not really a craze. But they're wanting people to beta test the Puma fi self leasing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listened to the Kim Komando show so between now and April.

Google developer Kim fifty Kim Komando Microsoft China YouTube Koumas Nike eighty five inch fifty inch ten days fifteen hundred dollars nine thousand dollars ten dollars four K
"about fifty million times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Have been pulled for advertising fraud, and this is actually following an investigation by BuzzFeed, it's the same stuff different day, basically these apps secretly click on ads in the background and without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data guess was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their self. He's also a flashlight Omni cleaner ram master, smart, cooler in total cleaners, so basically, which wanna do is make sure that general have any of these apps. And if you're androids running into problems, you might have to do a whole factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seem to go there by like peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week a lot of the internet bloggers and the tech journalists were all excited about this that if you have a Google home running the Google home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. And they're all excited about this. Wow. You know, if you go home, you can get YouTube music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. So I sat there I thought to myself have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, it was like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads on my Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you'd become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This is a one of those displays that you just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen PC, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's gotta run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you want to tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution, you can split the screen for video chats, you have big meetings. It might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability that you sent you know, Kim fifty. Inches agree. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch motto. But for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So that this this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back or like around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces and cables and mounts and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display, you can add a battery excess Serie, and that's gonna cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch models ships in June. But you might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying well. And I don't know if you remember that we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hits. Stores a couple of months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually brick them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty the shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, boom getting in Koumas rather getting in on the craze since that really craze. But they're wanting people to beta test the Puma fi self leasing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listened to the Kim Komando show so between now and April twenty.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And the phone lines are open from coast to coast one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us once again that toll-free number to join us here on the show is one for eight to five fifty to fifty four and before we go back to all of your phone calls. This shows more interesting items that crossed my desk in screen that you need to know about is I of which the Google play store. Now in your might be have your Android device an apple device one thing about apple is that they really vet the apps that actually are available in the store. Google not so much more bad apps for making the ways for Google security protocols. This time at six apps that have been pulled for advertising fraud, and this is actually following an investigation by BuzzFeed, it's the same stuff different day, basically these apps secretly click on ads in the background without your knowledge all generate money for the developer, and they were tied to the same Chinese app developer. So all your data guess was being sent to China to they've been pulled from the Google play store. But not before they were downloaded get this ninety million times. The most popular is called selfie camera, which alone was downloaded about fifty million times because people love their self. He's also a oh, flashlight Omni, cleaner, ran master, smart, cooler total cleaner. So basically what you wanna do is make sure the general have. Any of these apps, and if you're androids running into problems, you might have to do a whole factory reset and adware, Android. They kind of seemed to go there by lake peanut butter and jelly. This next story. I wanted to bring to your attention because as I was out on the internet this past week a lot of the internet bloggers and journalists were all excited about this. Then if you have a Google home running the Google, home assistant. You can now listen to YouTube music for free. And they're all excited about this saying, wow, you know, if you have to go home, you can get you to music for free, and it's not really free because there's advertisements in the music. Have they never heard of commercial radio stations. I mean, it was like they're all jumping up and down that I can get Google music with ads might Google home. Assistant. Google like you to give them ten dollars a month though, because then you become a premium user or you can just listen to your local radio because again, that's free. Now, if you like the Microsoft surface, but she wants something bigger Microsoft says they have just the thing for you. It's the surface hub to s collaborative display now. This is one of those displays that you just gonna tuck into your laptop bag. It's a fifty inch touchscreen PC, and the price tag means that you must really really you really really really want this. It's gotta run nine thousand dollars just for the display. That's it. Then you wanna tack on another fifteen hundred for the movable stand because you need that. And it does have features four K resolution, you can split the screen for video chats big meetings and might be something. But I just heard you say something the back of your mind because I do have that ability. You sent Kim fifty. Inches. Agreed. But do they have something bigger and the answer to that is yes, they have an eighty five inch model, but for that you have to drop twelve grand, and then you can put four them together. So that this this massive wall display, and that's going to set you back around, you know, say a hundred grand by the time you buy all the parts and pieces and cables and bounce and things like that. If you lose power, but you still need to have everything on the display, you can add a battery excess ring and that's going to cost you another fifteen hundred dollars the fifty inch models ships in June. But you might have to wait for the eighty five inch until next year. So that gives you all kinds of time to schedule meetings and spreadsheets so that you can justify buying. And I don't know if you remember, but we had this self lacing shoe craze last year that lasted for about. I think it was ten days seven to ten days. Nike's upgraded versions finally hit stores a couple of months back, and they were so high tech that you could actually brick them. But because you could break your shoes, you could actually Ty shoes the old fashioned way too. Well, Goumas getting in Koumas rather getting in on the craze. It's not really a craze. But they're wanting people to beta test the Puma FIS, self fleecing shoes. I know we have a lot of tech enthusiasts who listened to the Kim Komando show so between now and April twenty eighth you can.

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How to 'chunk it up' when it comes to tricky questions

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

04:49 min | 3 years ago

How to 'chunk it up' when it comes to tricky questions

"The true you in twenty nineteen in English. Welcome to the all ears English podcast downloaded more than fifty million times. We believe in connection not perfection with your American hosts Lindsey McMahon the English adventure. And Michelle Kaplan, the New York radio girl coming to you from Boston and New York City U S a and to get your transcripts delivered by Email every week. Go to all ears English dot com forward slash subscribe. The web class is coming up soon. And you don't wanna miss this unique opportunity to grab your spot. So today find out how to sign up. Hey lizzy. What's happening? Hey, Jessica, I am ready for the first web class of twenty nine thousand nine is going at pick. It's going to be awesome. I am so excited about this web Ghazi guys we were working on it just recently. Right. Just getting everything you guys. And honestly, it's been so fun to design this web class. Like, this is such a creative learning opportunity. I mean, this is a huge goal, right? Yeah. How can you express your personality? How can you be you in English? This is cameras so Lindsey, and I have been working really hard to break this down into real actions. You guys could take to do this. Oh, absolutely. Because over the year, you know, you, and I we've both been teaching for more than ten years right for a long time and working with so many students I worked with a lot of students one on one before we started this podcast and back in. Twenty ten and two thousand seven ages ago. Right and students would always tell me, I can't be myself in English. Like, I feel like maybe a pillar version of myself in this language because I don't have the vocabulary. I don't have the attitude. I can't be myself. And that's a pain point. That's a major problem for a lot of our students. A listen our listeners, all it's huge. And you know, I think this is essentially why it is sort of easier for like little kids to learn another language than it is for adults to learn another language because we're an adult. You are you're as you've you know, who you are at this point. You've tried out some other ways of being and you've sort of settled on yourself. You know, who you are? But and you can do that in your first language, you could beat you in your first language, and then when you're trying to speak another language, it's like you revert back to you know, infancy or whatever. And you're like I can't say what I want to say. I can't do what I want to do. And it's really frustrating. And so part of that, of course is vocab. So we're going to help you guys think you're out. Where's the best place for you to get this real vocabulary? Right. Like how where do you go to learn how to express yourself in English? But another part of it is sort of like, this bigger piece first of all like figure out who what what is the best thing about you at how can you do this in English as well as I love it. And once we have this information once we know how to do this the sky's the limit, right? Because at that point, we're empowered with these skills, and we start to envision we start to see that person. Again, that we know we are in our native language, and we can see the path to getting to the point where we can express ourselves. He like ourselves, right? It's a horrible feeling not feeling like yourself right tangible. I mean, everybody has those days, I think that just happens. Sometimes this is the biggest pain point, right? Like, what is holding you back in English? And that always just like, I think that idea is what governs everything we do. Right. We don't want anything to hold you back in English. And that's what I'm so excited about this like this particular web class, I think more than any other. I'm just gonna go out on a limb that I am more excited about this one. This is just what's so fun to think about so like a big part of this right is finding your role models. Right. Like, that's the heart of it. Like, how who are you going to follow an English that goes back to what Lindsey said a minute ago about knowing what your goals are having these clear goals in front of you. So having this idea of who you want to sound like, right? Like, how can you beat us in English you need that example, that model so you have a clear destination? Exactly. So when it caused so maybe we can just. Briefly give our listeners a little sneak peek of how exactly we're going to do that how they're gonna do that on this web class

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Shooting victim in the city listed as stable today. Time for PC patrol. Oh, sorry. Time marches on. Yeah. You'd think after yet really you think after about fifty million times this morning of the automatic. Then. No, nothing is automatic. Nope. Except Chuck getting a barter deal. That's about it. Jennifer Cybele Newsom wife of the newly elected governor out if I get one she's not going to be called first lady anymore. Now, she wants me, I partner, okay. Is that the wife of the California governor for Jennifer sable news? Partners. You wanted to be gender neutral color first lady. Anyway, first coupler. Never mind. That was Irish Siegel years ago. Well, he does business by a couple of. Amazon has yanked certain products from its online marketplace aftercare pointed out the merchandise was offensive to the Muslim community. What what was offensive bath mats doormats and other merchandise at feature references to Mohammed? The founder of just what I wanted a Mohammed bath mat for my own. They still sell the same bat Mets with Jesus they sell products merchandise with Jesus on them, then not removing that. But removing all the mom would stuff. Why would somebody want to sell something like that? I mean as a Christian. I don't want to stay on Jesus. Getting out of the shower, then you don't buy right, right? I would never even think of producing it chief meteorologist at NBC station in Rochester was fired in the last couple of weeks for allegedly using a racial slur. During a live broadcast germy Capelle describing a photo showing Martin Luther King junior memorial park allegedly uttered the offensive free phrase, Martin Luther seaward king junior. He said, it was just unfortunate. Verbal slip. He never again on the air would intentionally say the c word, you know, short for raccoon. But he said when you combine king junior with the K, and you know, the j you can very easily get them stop. That was his I believe the guy will think he intentionally did it. Nobody would do. In this day and age again, here's the double standard ESPN's. Mike Greenberg said the same thing did the same thing. He kept his job. But not the guy at NBC is no little egg. Shaped candy was small toy inside. Toys included, apparently figure holding three plastic balloons, each of the balloon bearing the letter k per kinder. But a parent who bought the kinder- ache for their child said the three ks added up to KKK. Sure. White sheet sold separately. Oh. Well, it is January white sales. You're right about that is Frank on sale. Yes. He is. Okay. Because he's been heavily discounted. Wait a minute. Maybe I should rephrase that is us goods. And I thought he was Leyla he's half off that sounds better. Not only down. I know he's listening to this morning. I Frank, no. He's not. A Canadian man by the name of Lorne grabber. Was proud of his personalized number license plate bearing his last name in bold, capital letters. He pronounced he spells his name G R A B H E R. Grabber? He bought the plate as a gift for his from his late father apparently the office of registrar of motor vehicles getting all sorts of complaints from females driving behind Mr. grab her. So is his name is a German last name. And now the they've asked him to relinquish his plates. Even though was his last name. It's a socially unacceptable slogan. But hey, it's.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:09 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now, more Armstrong and Getty on K G O, eight ten. The best Armstrong and Getty. What was I gonna say? Oh, yeah. The something reminded me of the situation in England that we could talk about. More. Oh, the house of the rising sun thing. What's this? Geeks. Name. There's this Churchill he's no Tommy Morrison is is non diplomacy. It depends. Who you ask how you describe him? He's an ultra right-winger or he's an he calls himself an anti. Islam is anti radical Islamist. Who is a politically? Incorrect agitator in Britain. And he just got arrested and he's in jail now because he was videotaping commentaries outside of a trial of some Muslim fellows who were accused of grooming. A girls to be raped part of the ongoing huge horrifying systematic child. Rape thing going on in various cities in England. That's getting very little tension because it's very uncomfortable, especially for the progressive media. But this guy was out front videotaping commentaries for his website. And the things he said were deemed by the British authorities to be racially provocative, and whatever their laws are over there that govern free speech. And now he's in the who's gal right now. And I'm telling you, you got that you got the Austrian the new Australian government which swung to the right is voted to end benefits for migrants and refugees or something like that. Europe is is going through seizures now of of discontent and anger, and there's a tendency on the American left, especially to pretend that well. It's just a bunch of racists or something are mad about this stuff. But. It's it's not that seizures of discontent volume. Three of my auto-biography. Yeah. Covers ages thirteen to fourteen compelling stuff. Compelling stuff, especially the chapter where you discover self pleasure. Miami to Caesar's of discontent. Can't forget it. So anyway, that's that's that reminds me Britain's killing itself our closest ally our old buddy are former master his it's killing itself. And where that ends we shall see. But their experiments with an Canada's do with limiting free speech. We can't have speeds that like offends people. We'll just make that illegal is well, it's suicidal. How about J crews offensive new t shirt for children? We'll talk about that later now. Now now now. Some allegedly offensive t shirt from some clothing retailer. That'll get talked about fifty million times. I can't go there. I can give you seven reasons to be mad about it. Wow. According to the internet. Wait, a minute up outrage and list. How can I say, no? So some good fake news over the weekend. The Washington Post and the New York Times went crazy on was it Friday Thursday and Friday when Trump unleashed that. No to Kim saying dear fat head. I'd love to meet, but we can't be more because you've been to Maine, by the way, we got lots of bombs, right? Yes. We got lots of you. Keep talking about your mom. We got a million bombs anyway, I'd still have to get together. At some point. If your scheduled clears signed Dali, Donny, Jay and. And then the North Korea's reaction that was actually very very interesting. If you didn't follow the news, Kim said, whoa. Hey, wait. Now, we can still get together. Let's talk we got issues. I know we got issues bullets this settles issues and still get together. So whether it happens or not and what happens add it. Nobody knows. But apparently is back on this summit. The president of South Korea met with him trying to get it going again. So and fat head immediately. Gave the Chason spouse speech you. Yeah. Yeah. Listen. I it's not that big a deal. It's it's yeah. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Let's get together. So what he's playing at like, I said nobody else. But so the the wop ho in the New York Times had absolutely beaten the hell out of Trump, David Martin. Nakimora in the Washington Post wrote that critics fear that the president determined to declare victory will allow his desire for a legacy making deal to override the substance of the negotiations. Walpole Paula while Paul Waldman mocked Trump's desire for wind saying he was turning him into a fool was getting played. And then he walked away from the talks. And Mark land learned David Sanger of the New York Times. David Sanger's is excellent journalists in in the know, he wrote an article saying there deep divisions between Trump and his advisors, and they said that a senior White House official told them that even if the meeting were reinstated holding it on June twelfth would be impossible given the lack of time the amount of planning needed. So a senior White House officials said it would be impossible. Trump tweeted calling it fake news saying the failing New York Times quotes, a senior White House official who doesn't exist as saying. Even if the meeting reinstated it would be impossible wrong, again us real people that funding sources. Well, so the the New York Times said yes that source does exist and they release the tape of the on background briefing. Which is a heck of a move. Yeah. And they leaked the audio in which a White House staffer. Indeed. It's Raj Shah deputy press secretary. Introducing this pottenger person who's an act I'm not familiar with. But then they have the tape of pottenger saying a lot of stuff, but nothing even close to the twelfth would be impossible. He says, well, it will be difficult because there's a lot of planning and that sort of stuff to do, but we could happen. And so then the New York Times and the Washington Post and the journalists involved what heavy on C, the source does exist. He does. But he didn't say what you made the headline exactly the headline was entirely fictional. This story saying that White House officials said it was impossible is not true. It said. The white the reporter said or that ship has sailed right and the White House official says. I think the main point is opposes that the ball is in North Korea's court right now. And there's really not a lot of time. We've lost quite a bit of time that we would need in order to. I mean, there's been an enormous amount of preparation that's gone over the past few months at the White House at St. the needs to take place at the working level and cetera et cetera. Not very significant then and June. Twelfth is in ten minutes to be, you know, but the president has said that he has that someday looks forward to meeting with Kim. You will note rights, Mollie Hemingway. I think Hemingway in the the the federalist you'll note at no time does the White House officials say that the meetings impossible at no point does he agree that the ship has sailed or that time has run out. He says it would be difficult to prepare for the summit given the lack of time. But his main point is that the ball is in North Korea's court, and they need that quickly. So I I'm telling it's crazy that the New York Times would make a claim, you know, the president said there's no source. Well, there is a source, but he said something completely different. Just so, you know, they do that. Yeah. That that. That's that was my takeaway. So sometimes you get information and then make up a story way beyond. What your bright source said? Right. And Molly concedes Trump is lit Asli imprecise his sentences tweeted or spoken word salads that can be difficult to diagram. But this was fake news. Good morning, five.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"What was I gonna say? Oh, yeah. The something reminded me of the situation in England that we could talk about. Or? Oh, the house of the rising sun thing. What's this? Geeks. Name. There's this. No, Tommy Morrison is is non diplo say it depends. Who you ask how you describe him? He's an ultra right-winger or he's an he calls himself an anti. Islam is anti radical Islamist. Who is a politically? Incorrect agitator in Britain. And he just got arrested and he's in jail now because he was videotaping commentaries outside of a trial of some Muslim fellows who are accused of grooming. A girls to be raped part of the ongoing huge horrifying systematic child. Rape thing going on in various cities in England. That's getting very little tension because it's very uncomfortable, especially for the progressive media. But this guy was out front videotaping commentaries for his website. And the things he said were deemed by the British authorities to be racially provocative, and whatever their laws are over there that govern free speech. And now he's in the who's gal right now. And I'm telling you, you got that you got the Austrian the new Austrian government which swung to the right is voted to end benefits for migrants and refugees or something like that. Europe is going through seizures now of of discontent and anger, and there's a tendency on the American left, especially to pretend that well. It's just a bunch of racists or something are mad about this stuff. But. It's not that seizures of discontent volume. Three of my autobiography, yeah. Now covers ages thirteen to fourteen compelling stuff. Compelling stuff, especially the chapter where you discover self-government Caesar's of discontent. Can't forget it. So anyway, that's that reminds me is killing itself. Our closest ally our old, buddy. Our former master. His killing itself. And where that ends we shall see. But their experiments with an Canada's to with limiting free speech. We can't have speech that like offends people. We'll just make that illegal is well, it's suicidal. How about J crews offensive new t shirt for children? We'll talk about that later now. Now now now. No. Some allegedly offensive t shirt from some clothing retailer. That'll get talked about fifty million times. I can't go there. I can give you seven reasons to be mad about it. Wow. According to the internet. Wait a minute. Ginned up outrage and the list. How can I say, no? So some good fake news over the weekend. The Washington Post and the New York Times went crazy on was it Friday Thursday and Friday when Trump unleashed that. No to Kim saying dear fat head. I'd love to meet, but we can't anymore because you've been to Maine, by the way, we got lots of bombs, right? Yes. We got lots of Bob you keep talking about your mom. We've got a million bombs anyway, I still have to get together at some point if your scheduled clears signed Donny, Donny, Jay. And then, you know, the North Korea's reaction that was actually very very interesting. If you didn't follow the news, Kim said, whoa. Hey, wait. Now, we can still get together. Let's talk we got issues. I know we got issues bullets the settlers issues and still get together. So whether it happens or not what happens at it. Nobody knows. But apparently he's back on the summit. This the president of South Korea met with him trying to get it going again. So and fat head immediately. You gave the chase mood spouse. Speech you, yeah. Yeah. Listen. I it's not that big a deal. It's it's a. Yeah. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Let's get together. So what he's playing that? Like, I said nobody else. But so the the wa PO in the New York Times had absolutely beaten the hell out of Trump Dave nakimora in the Washington Post wrote that critics fear that the president determined declare victory will allow his desire for a legacy making deal to override the substance of the negotiations. Wa PO Paula while Paul Waldman mocks Trump's desire for win saying he was turning him into a fool was getting played. And then he walked away from the talks and Mark land. Learn David Sanger of the New York Times, David Sanger's, excellent journalists, and in the know, he wrote an article saying there deep divisions between Trump and his advisors. And they said that a senior White House official told them that even if the meeting were reinstated holding on June twelfth would be impossible given the lack of time the amount of planning needed. So. A senior White House officials said it would be impossible. Trump tweeted calling it fake news saying the failing New York Times quotes, a senior White House official who doesn't exist as saying. Even if the meaning reinstated it would be impossible wrong, again us real people that funding sources. Well, so the the New York Times said yes that source does exist and they release the tape of the on background briefing, which is a heck of a move. Yeah. And they leaked the audio in which a White House staffer. Indeed, it's Raj Shah deputy press secretary. Introducing this pottenger person who's act I'm not familiar with. But then they have the tape of pottenger saying a lot of stuff, but nothing even close to the twelfth would be impossible. He says, well, it'll be difficult because there's a lot of planning and that sort of stuff to do, but we could happen. And so then the New York Times and the Washington Post and the journalists in. Went heavy on C, the source does exist he does. But he didn't say what you made the headline exactly the headline was entirely fictional. The story saying that White House officials said it was impossible is not true. It said. The white the reporter said or that ship has sailed right and the White House official says. I think the main point is supposes that the ball is in North Korea's court right now. And there's really not a lot of time. We've lost quite a bit of time that we would need an order to. I mean, there's been an enormous amount of preparation that's gone over the past few months of the White House at St. the needs to take place at the working level and cetera et cetera. Not very significant then and June. Twelfth is in ten minutes. It's going to be you know, but the president has said that he has that someday looks forward to meeting with him. You will note rights, Mollie Hemingway. I think Hemingway in the the the federalist you'll note at no time does the White House officials say that the meetings impossible at no point does he agree that the ship has sailed or the time is run out. He says it will be difficult to prepare for the summit given the lack of time. But his main point is that the ball is in North Korea's court, and they need that quickly. So I'm telling it's crazy that the New York Times, you would make a claim that, you know, the president said there's no source is a source,.

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"about fifty million times" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"about fifty million times" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now back to is strong and Getty on K G O eight ten. Armstrong and Getty. Armstrong and Getty. What was I gonna say? Oh, yeah. The something reminded me of the situation in England that we could talk about. Oh, the house of the rising sun thing. What's this? Geeks. Name. There's this Churchill he's no Tommy Morrison is is non diplo. Musee depends. Who you ask how you describe him? He's an ultra right-winger or he's an he calls himself an anti. Islam is anti radical Islamist. Who is a politically? Incorrect agitator in Britain. And he just got arrested and he's in jail now because he was videotaping commentaries outside of a trial of some Muslim fellows who were accused of grooming girls to be raped part of the ongoing huge horrifying systematic child. Rape thing going on in various cities in England. That's getting very little tension because it's very uncomfortable, especially for the progressive media. But this guy was out front videotaping commentaries for his website. And the things he said were deemed by the British authorities to be racially provocative, and whatever their laws are over there that govern free speech. And now he's in the who's gal right now. And I'm telling you, you got that you got the Austrian the new Australian government which swung to the right is voted to end benefits for migrants and refugees and stuff like that. Europe is going through seizures now of of discontent and anger, and there's a tendency on the American left, especially to pretend that well. It's just a bunch of racists or something are mad about this stuff. But. It's not that seizures of discontent volume. Three of my autobiography. Yeah covers ages thirteen to fourteen compelling stuff. Compelling stuff, especially the chapter where you discover self pleasure. Miami Caesar's of discontent can't forget it. So anyway, that's that reminds me Britain's killing itself our closest ally our old buddy are former master his it's killing itself. And where that ends we shall see. But their experiments with in Canada's do with limiting free speech. We can't have speeds that like offends people. We'll just make that illegal is well suicidal. How about J crews offensive new t shirt for children? We'll talk about that later now. Now now. Oh, no. Some allegedly offensive t shirt from some clothing retailer. That'll get talked about fifty million times. I can't go there. I can give you seven reasons to be mad about it. Wow. According to the internet. Wait, a minute ginned up outrage and the list. How can I say, no? So some good fake news over the weekend. The Washington Post and the New York Times went crazy on was it Friday Thursday and Friday when Trump unleashed that. No to Kim saying dear fat head. I'd love to meet, but we can't more because you've been to Maine, by the way, we got lots of bombs, right? Yes. We got lots of Bob you keep talking about your mom. We got a million bombs anyway, I'd still to get together. At some point if your schedule clears signed, Donny, Donny and. And then the North Korea's reaction that was actually very very interesting. If you didn't follow the news, Kim said, whoa. Hey, wait. Now, we can still get together. Let's talk we got issues. I know we got issues bullets the settlers issues and still get together. So whether it happens or not, and what happens at a nobody knows. But apparently is back on this. The president of South Korea met with him. Trying to get it going again. So and fat head immediately. Gave the like Chason spouse speech you. Yeah. Yeah. Listen. I it's not that big a deal. Let's yeah. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Let's get together. So what he's playing at like, I said nobody else, but so the the wop ho in the New York Times, I absolutely beaten the hell out of Trump David Martin nakimora in the Washington Post wrote that critics fear that the president determined to declare victory will allow his desire for a legacy making deal to override the substance of the negotiations. Walpole Paula while Paul Waldman mocked Trump's desire for wind saying he was turning him into a fool was getting played. And then he walked away from the talks. And Mark land. Learn David Sanger of the New York Times navy Sanger's an excellent journalists. And in the know, he wrote an article saying there deep divisions between Trump and his advisors. And they said that a senior White House official told them that even if the meeting were reinstated holding it on June twelfth would be impossible given the lack of time the amount of planning needed. So a senior White House officials said it would be impossible. Trump tweeted calling it fake news saying the failing New York Times quotes, a senior White House official who doesn't exist as saying. Even if the meeting reinstated it would be impossible wrong, again us real people that funding sources. Well, so the the New York Times said yes that source does exist and they released the tape of the on background briefing. Which is a heck of a move. Yeah. And they leaked the audio in which a White House staffer. Indeed, it's Raj Shah deputy press secretary. Introducing this pottenger person who's active. I'm not familiar with. But then they have the tape of pottenger saying a lot of stuff, but nothing even close to the twelfth would be impossible. He says, well, it'll be difficult because there's a lot of planning and that sort of stuff to do, but it could happen. And so then the New York Times and the Washington Post and the journalists involved went heavy on C the source does exist he does. But he didn't say what you made the headline exactly the headline was entirely fictional. The story saying that White House officials said it was impossible is not true. It said. The white the reporter said or that ship has sailed right and the White House official says. I think the main point I suppose is that the ball is in North Korea's court right now. And there's really not a lot of time. We've lost quite a bit of time that we would need in order to. I mean, there's been an enormous amount of preparation that's gone over the past few months of the White House at St. the needs to take place at the working level and cetera et cetera. Not very significant then and June. Twelfth is in ten minutes. It's going to be, you know, but the president has said that he has that someday looks forward to meeting with Kim. You will note rights, Mollie Hemingway. I think Hemingway in the the the federalist you'll note at no time does the White House officials say that the meetings impossible at no point does he agree that the ship has sailed or that time has run out. He says it would be difficult to prepare for the summit given the lack of time. But his main point is that the ball is in North Korea's court, and they need that quickly. So I I'm telling it's crazy that the New York Times would make a claim the, you know, the president said there's no source while.

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Surprise! Have We Met Before? What to Say In This Situation

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

11:47 min | 4 years ago

Surprise! Have We Met Before? What to Say In This Situation

"This is an all ears, English podcast episode, one thousand eleven surprise. Have we met before what to say in this situation? Welcome to the all ears English podcast downloaded more than fifty million times. We believe in connection, not perfection with your American hosts, Lindsey McMahon, the English adventurer and Michelle Kaplan. The New York radio girl coming to you from Boston and New York City u s a and to get your transcripts delivered by Email every week. Go to all ears, English dot com. Forward slash subscribe. What do you say when you find yourself engaged in a conversation with a new person, then you realize that you've met the person before here, Linde story from the podcasting conference and get all of the phrases that you need today. Hey, Lindsey, how's it going? Hey, Michelle, really? Good, really good. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. Yeah, everything's fine over here. I have a question that you went to a podcasting conference recently. Didn't it you? I did. I did isn't that so nerdy while it's not nerdy because I love podcasting. Cool. The nerdy est cool now, right? I mean, the cultural shift. That's right. That's right. Yeah. Oh, it was so cool. It was held in Philly this year. And you know there were like twenty five hundred people there. Actually, it was huge. It was huge. And there were also the cool thing is that there was like broadcasting was there this year meaning like NPR and the big big radio news, how are getting interested in podcasting and what's going on in the podcasting world podcasting in the passes always been this like weird niche thing that no one really cared about. You know, it was just a techy thing, but now it's kinda going mainstream, which is so exciting. Yeah. Oh, that's incredible. That's so cool. That's awesome. So did you like, did you know anybody there? Did you run into anybody? Like how I mean, how did it work? Yeah, it was so funny. I actually did run into someone that I had known from or sort of known or met a few times from way back when and I actually wanna really tell that story in just a second. But first, Michelle, let's just remind our listeners. About something guys. We were looking at some of our stats, and we noticed that about one in ten of you guys are actually listening to the podcast, but you're not subscribe to the podcast Michelle. Why is it important to subscribe to hit subscribe in your podcast player? Okay. Well, I mean guys because we, if you hit subscribe at, you are going to get information about like sometimes we put a bonuses completely randomly, we knew app updates, things like that, and you want to be able to get that information, but you're not gonna get it unless you're a subscribe. Definitely. And guys, obviously it's free to listen to a podcast, it's free to subscribe. So hit subscribe in your podcast player now so that you never miss an episode from us. You don't wanna miss one? No, that's right. Okay. Yeah. Go for it. Go subscribe to it. Now we'll wait. Okay. Awesome. So yeah, I did. I ran into this guy. His name is Steven. He's a podcast or he's actually based in Boston surprisingly enough, but there's kind of a funny story there. Do you want to hear it? Yes. Please do tell you. So it was the second night of the podcasting conference. It was Tuesday, Wednesday night, and I went to a happy hour in town in Philly, which by the way it was nice having the conference in Philly because you could walk around the city. Lots of walking was great and I walked into the happy hour. So crowded as sole loud and everyone is making noise and just just socializing having fun. And there's this one guy who's kind of like watching me as I walk into the bar and he's kind of like a little bit taller than others and he's there, and he sees me until I naturally just walked straight up to him because he looked like he was interested in talking and we started talking like, hey, how's it going? You know, what do you do? And he asked me what I did, and I said, oh, I have an ESL podcast and English as a second language podcast. And he says, oh that that's so cool. Do you know someone. He said a name and I didn't know that person. And then he said, but also there there's also another there were there were two podcasters shows two women. One of them had moved to Japan. One of them was in Boston, and I was like, wait, wait, are you talking about us? We're all is English. That's us. Oh my God. Yeah. So apparently he had entered. He actually had interviewed us on his podcast back in two thousand thirteen or fourteen like way back. Started. Yeah, so funny. So it was so weird because we were chatting for about five minutes without knowing that we had had not only met before, but I had been on his podcast

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Are You Pronouncing Often Correctly? Find Out Today

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

10:20 min | 4 years ago

Are You Pronouncing Often Correctly? Find Out Today

"There is an all ears, English podcast episode, one thousand ten. Are you pronouncing often correctly find out today. Welcome to the all ears. English podcast downloaded more than fifty million times. We believe in connection, not perfection with your American hosts, Lindsey McMahon, the English adventure and Michelle Kaplan. The New York radio girl coming to you from Boston and New York City u s a. and to get your transcripts delivered by Email every week. Go to all ears, English dot com. Ford slash subscribe. Today we get into a fun topic. What is the right way to pronounce the word often? Is it syrup or syrup? Is it soda or pop get all the fun cultural differences today? Hey, Lindsey, how's it going? It's going well, Michelle. We're getting into September now, so that's crazy. You know, getting back to work back to business all good stuff. Yeah. Do you do well, okay. Well, actually, today, I guess as Labor Day, right? Yeah, I guess so Monday, September, third, it's the unofficial or official culturally official end of the summer. How sad? Right? Because culturally this summer guys in the US considered Memorial Day to Labor Day. Oh, it's always a little bit depressing. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I think so, too. I mean, it's, you know, it's nice. It's it's nice to like kind of have a barbecue or do something like that, but it's still. I mean, what are you usually do in Labor Day? Lindsay often celebrate it. I don't really. I mean, it's usually day off. I don't usually work because you know Labor Day, but I usually go down to the beach on the south shore, but it's usually like families that come there for the summer. They pack up and they leave like that day. So you see people leaving and packing up for the summer and like boarding houses and that kind of thing. It's a little depressing. And then it just gets really quiet in the neighborhood. But you know, it's a day off, so it's a long weekend. So the very common travel holiday in the US. Yeah, that's usually what I do. Yeah. Nice. Nice. Yeah, so very good. So I used a word often to ask about this, so we're going to get into that in a little bit, but Lindsay you wanted to remind our listeners of something. I do guys now that we're getting into September. If you were taking the aisles exam this year, you wanna go right now type in energy podcast into your podcast searching tool, whether that's apple podcasts or. Pitcher, whatever it is you want to subscribe there because there's me Jessica over there, giving you guys aisles advice and tips and tricks and strategies to get your seven or higher. So go over there and get it. Go do it. Definitely. All right, good. Okay, guy. So today we got a great question for Melissa about pronunciation of some very specific words, but really good words to ask about. So it's Dunkin from Taiwan. Lindsay. Would you like to read the question? All right. So here we go. So Duncan says, hi, Lyndsay, Michelle, this is Dunkin from Taiwan. Thank you guys for having such a great podcast and I listen every night before I sleep. I love it so much. Oh, that's nice where I'm glad that we're glad we can be your lullaby and that's really good to listen to English natural English before you go to bed because I feel like what you do right before bed. You remember into cement that into your mind lease. I think it's a good strategy. So I have two questions about pronunciation. The first one is often or often I have noticed many times that Lindsey pronounces it often. With even wrote that. That's right here that interesting. I guess I do, which we usually pronounce often with a silent t. sound though. So I was like to know which way sounds more correct or more native. The second one is Chicago. One of my English teachers Canadian taught me that it should be pronounced shook. Kogyo should cause a cog. Oh, I'm not sure, but I had some westerners also pronounce Chicago. Oh, I'm not sure. I think maybe he's trying to delineate the difference between s. h. and c. h. like sh- and church is that what he's made clear on on your confusion about Chicago, but that's okay. So then he says, Likewise, I wonder which one is more corrector native. Thank you so much. I love you guys. Sincerely yours Dunkin. Cool. Thanks Duncan, good questions the end and definitely good question. I mean, yeah, Lindsay, dude. I mean, I. Say that often, but I do actually know dunk is I have heard you say and not that it's it's not wrong. It doesn't sound weird to me or anything, but like I've just noticed it because it is kind of one of those words that people pronounce a little bit

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A Worldwide Frenzy To Improve Your English

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

10:05 min | 4 years ago

A Worldwide Frenzy To Improve Your English

"This is an all ears, English podcast episode, one thousand three, a worldwide frenzy to improve your English. Welcome to the all ears. English podcast downloaded more than fifty million times. We believe in connection, not perfection with your American hosts, Lindsey McMahon, the English adventure and Michelle Kaplan. The New York radio girl coming to you from Boston and New York City u. s. a. and to get your transcripts delivered by Email every week. Go to all ears, English dot com. Forward slash subscribe. Today, one of our listeners sentence, some tough questions from her students about how to comment on things around the world up your vocabulary game today. With this episode. Hey, Lindsey, how's it going? I'm feeling so good. Michelle recently joined a tennis league, so I'm starting. I'm getting back to my old sport of tennis and it's so fun rate. That's great. Have you ever heard of the sport pickle ball? Yeah. Yeah, of course. Kids used to play that in school when I was at the time. Well, I they have like a league now are live and and also I've played it a little bit, but my dad is like Mr. pickle ball, really. That's so funny. It's such a niche sport. It's such a random like schoolyard sport, right? Yeah. Yeah. He pleads them like every day. It's amazing my God. That's awesome. I think it's cool. He loves it so anyway, but that's cool. Have fun with guys for those of you who don't know pickle ball is kinda like a mini tennis kind of a mini tennis? Yeah. Do you use a racket though, with pickle ball or no, you use like it's like somewhere in between like the size of tennis racket and a ping pong paddle. Like it's like it's kind of, yeah, right in the middle much bigger than a ping pong paddle though. So. Yeah, but yeah, so it's not played with pickles guys. Interesting here now. Exactly. All right. Good to know. Glad to hear that. We're both getting out. You know, it's summertime, get under the sun. I always feel like it's hard to pull myself away from my work, but it feels so good to get on the tennis court. And then I just feel happy when I come back from the matches. You know, the good luck have fun. Yeah. And but Lindsay isn't that amazing that we'd get to communicate with people all over the world. It is really amazing. That's one thing I love about our work. The fact that you know we do get to connect you. We're not just in our own little like mindset here. We get to connect with people everywhere all over the world. That is the best. Yeah. So speaking of, I think we want to thank some of our people who have reviewed us all over the world in the world. Exactly. So guys, I want to say thank you right now to the people who have reviewed our app our app guys. If you're not using the app, go to all ears, English dot com. Forward slash bonuses, there are going to be new, an amazing features in the fall in the late summer. So go sign up, start using it there, but thank you to nagua thar wet Sivas Lee coffee addict. Joyce ho t. p. e. host. Shang Chico Ferrara, ic- Habibie shayla Christiaan Raina d. n. someone in Taiwan July twelfth, Sarah al-yamani loss O-o-one oh, and it just goes on and on Michelle someone in Taiwan. Surro- bio one in Switzerland and forest six six, six, six, six in China guys. You are. Awesome. Thank you for these reviews and Michelle. They're almost all five star reviews. So it looks like on my people love the app. That's all. Thank you guys so much means everything to us. Really. It's really, really nice to get this feedback. And also I see that she LA from Brazil has asked a question in her app review. So guys, that's a really good way to ask a question. I'm now going to put this in our ideas documents so that we can address this question. Ask your question inside your app review. Let's do it. Okay, awesome. So thank you again everybody in speaking of listener questions today. We have a listener question from a teacher. Yeah. Awesome. So this is from me ho. Who's in Japan? Yeah. Do you wanna read us the question Lindsey? Yeah. Okay. So me hose says hi Mojo from Japan. Thank you for your great podcast and blog. It's been super fun studying too. I'm working as an English teacher. And recently I got two good questions from my student, and I need students and I need some help from native English teachers. Please tell me the difference between these idioms all over the world around the world in the world in many parts of

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Tidal accused of falsifying stream numbers for Beyoncé and Kanye West

Lori and Julia

02:56 min | 4 years ago

Tidal accused of falsifying stream numbers for Beyoncé and Kanye West

"Heard a couple of times ooh of so many i don't know you beautiful that dan israel is one dear guy i've known him forever his friend steve cohen donnie he hosted he did all of our body perks dot com website from way back in the day great okay so we're holly you're gonna tell us about a scam going on with that beautiful beautiful thing that has never gotten off the ground titles title the streaming service majority owned by jay z is in some hot trouble today because they are being accused of falsifying streaming numbers in order to inflate royalties to artists labels so here's the story this investigative report was done by a norwegian newspaper that's because title is based in norway oh okay so this is what's happening titles being accused of intentionally falsifying streaming numbers for beyond album lemonade and kanye west's album life of pablo and consequently paying inflated royalties to artists labels this according to that new report and they're also accusing title of inflating its subscriber numbers they've done that in the past however title has denied that so here is kind of what tipped off the norwegian newspaper to say we might want to investigate some of these numbers we don't actually trust them so kanye west's album the life of pablo came out back in two thousand sixteen they had the exclusive streaming rights for life of pablo in its first six weeks of release title at the time claimed that connie's album had been streamed two hundred fifty million times in its first ten days of release at the time titled claim to just have three million subscribers so if you do the math that means means that every subscriber on title every single one played that album at average of eight times a day the whole album yeah i could only listen to one song that's what i'm saying julia suspicious lori so beyond say's album lemonade title is the exclusive home of beyond say's lemonade it's still is that album was streamed three hundred sixty three hundred six million times in its first fifteen days of release back in april of two thousand sixteen think i did the math in the never talked about six listens a day but every single titled subscriber so that newspaper was like we're going to investigate that a little bit.

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