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"algis" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"Listeners to learn more about their company, their passion and their products. Good. A true hemp science dot com slash prop report. That sounds like a recipe for disaster by automatically registering sixteen year olds to vote like intentionally let's create a little chaos in the mess register all of them but also goes in line with the push in California to get sixteen year olds the ability to vote I. Know There's been a lot of that especially in San Francisco they've been talking about that. Oh that's a good point and I feel confident that. I I. Actually was tempted just to see if she could go vote and I know that. I. Actually think it's morally it might actually be morally problematic to vote because you validate the system but somehow my sense of integrity I just I won't let her try and I certainly don't want to tell her that it's okay to like lie although it is opposition research and if pe- tans and can do it on. Well they could very well try and charge people who do that. I know that somebody was arrested a few years back for. Allegedly attempting to vote a few times that this could be some sort of set up as well. But this reminded me of a story that I saw today about Ao see Alexandra Cortez who she makes an appearance in my latest satire video where I moderated a fake vice presidential debate. Oh my gosh that was so funny and everybody loved it I. Saw People's responses. I planted my house really really I mean if I. And my husband can both laugh on it at it? I know it's like smart enough and dumb enough for like everybody. Husbands sweet and smart Super Smart, but he likes stop I liked them stop I like smart stuff. You can find that. Page dot com slash Brad Brinkley ASC played last night. She had three hours of live gaming on twitch to encourage voting, but not used to encourage voting to encourage voting blue is what she was doing. We talked about this on we did an interview last night and we talked about this. That's GonNa be a great interview Eric July. Early release. Early release on Friday for patrons. So look for that and we have legal man on Friday for the DNB. It's going to be a great Friday. He's he's everything. Everything interesting conversation but I specifically asked him about twitch streaming because I had a friend who did a show on there was a kind of a weird Improv. Gaming mic shows got a whole lot of viewers like millions viewers. Wow. This is a powerful platform for this audience. How's it going to be politicized? How's it going to be a propaganda purposes? The very next day we get the story about AFC spending three hours on their specifically to push get out. The vote for blue and she ended up this her her stream has been seen by four point, five million viewers and she was engaging with some of the most popular game, right? Because on these platforms they have they have basically celebrity like gamers that are influencers that millions of people watch all the time. So she's talking to these influential other gamers and they're encouraging their broad audiences to get out the vote and she's telling them what she say she said. Of course, we are all here to vote blue. So that was the theme of the message that she's putting out to these younger crowd some probably many of them just getting the ability to vote and they have this celebrity cultists like figure playing with their influential celebrity cultish like Gamer figure pushing propaganda. Well you were way way ahead of that, and she seems to be receiving a little bit although if we do have presence in the future presidents in the future, I believe that she will definitely be pushed up as and what are we from Stacey Abrams lately anything I haven't seen much. She's been doing a lot of voter suppression stuff. She's been doing a lot of interviews on MSNBC A lot CNN talking about what's going to happen after the election basically preparing her audience to revolt afterwards. Well, one more thing about the gaming thing mel point in that that every see where your is and where your attention are because right now though not on Cable News on the streaming services, we decided to Charlie Brown Halloween service going to be on apple after fifty years not going to be on cable anymore where your eyes and ears are is where the propaganda will infiltrate. So be weary of that. That's absolutely true and that is what I was kind of thinking when we talked to legal man where he had done episode recently about the media, just it's just all lies because if it's not all lies, then you might get some truth and the whole thing will unravel. And I I said I pointed out like I think that's true. Even about entertainment like even what you're watching I can barely I watched a movie the other day villain it looked so so great. It looks really good as well repeated and then. I'm not really going to spoil but a half to sages. This stupid propaganda message just completely ruined the ending for me. So I on recommend that but it's just I to the point where I can't even anything that's super popular. I don't even believe that it's getting that many stars I just don't want anything to do with it every top show this pushed on these networks Amazon netflix whatever has a propaganda element in and the good shows that are already popular. They hijack and inject propaganda messages like boys television show on Amazon the evil the superheroes it's like what if superheroes were bad guys so we think they're superheroes but they're actually some of them were. Kinda bad guys. It's kind of the general premise they're going around doing make make America safe again messages. There's immigration messages there's overtly racist characters that are put in there. It is a clear clear parallel to the most extreme accusations against trump are just injected into the salvation show, and that is what another thing we're talking with Erik last night about is that they for me like I will get sucked into these great shows arrested development or whatever, and then the last season it'll just be the most offensive shark jumping ps and you're so hooked on it that it takes you the whole season to stop watching it and then it's cancelled. Then it's over anyway, but they got it in your brain and it just frustrates me it's not gonNA get. It's not going to penetrate my brain, but it's always that algis Huxley, sixty percent and the middle of the twenty. Easy. The twenty impossible. Then you've got that sixty percent WHO's watching it to the end of arrested development and thinking and the funny thing is I was fine with the message at arrested development because it was an anti war message but that's only because Bush was a republican. Republican war like now just discussed I saw this one show it was like eight seasons long and it wasn't that bad with propaganda comparatively to others except in.
"algis" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Sally. struthers. How do you think she kept meet header. Why do you think he put up with? A good father. Follows an asshole but if it wasn't for this Butler, the out of here. I'm going girl keeps coming apart I I've always liked that song from when I had the tape when I was seven years old and in listening to recently in preparation I noticed that the Guitar Solo has an Eddie Van. Halen kind of does which it's very unusual to hear. That would clearly have been played by wit to say that. Way. More. Technical smooth, fluid. Player. Yeah. So could be then so I. Think it's absolutely is I. Don't think Joe Perry would agree that I. Agree. Style so Algis cut in here what did you did you choose girl keeps coming apart I. Choose that as well and listening back. To permanent vacation this this song really jumped out at me as one of the best on the whole album both of those solo sections that both the two guitar solo sections the band is just slamming. Great Bass playing those those insistent thrusts from the horn section coming in and punctuating everything I mean the energy and that is excellent. Just to meet torches don't get mad get even and in terms of song titles, Vastly Superior e E. C. Song Girl keeps coming apart. You're like what the Hell's going to be about to listen the don't get mad get even. Bumper sticker. Keel Song Right which that's nothing that anyone should aspire to to Mimic Keel. Much like what you guys said. Okay. This this one when I first heard the record. We laugh at. The laughing. From before guilt about Sally struthers about Sally Strollers I love girl keeps coming apart from when I first heard the record because that jam section in the middle, it's like. It's almost like a blues brothers band. Ban And then Austin. And I love there's a song on the secret AC- recall Oh my God by the police and there's there's it's not a similar jam but there's Just Jam and I love it when you get a rock and roll band who just jams and there's probably think probably six lyrics and the whole saw and the rest is just the soul of sections back and forth. But there's a great part at the end of the song were Stephen. Does little spoken word and Almost can say for. Sure. So this she was buns up neal right I was a wheeling and dealing my ace in the hole. So to speak I, forgot to mention that. Yes bonds up and Neil, and that's right there s in the hole so to speak in fact. That was a line of dialogue for MacAulay. In the vehicle of policy, it would make sense that Steven Tyler would get together with Luther, Campbell.
Empathy in Prospecting
"Jason Bay from blissful. Prospecting is back doc with another of his killer prospecting tips. Here he is all right. Let's talk empathy. So this is a big topic in sales right. Now there's some confusion around what empathy he actually is. And this is inspired from a conversation to have a Scott Barker on the outreach sales engagement podcast in one of the big things that I believe is very important. Important is distinguishing between what empathy is in what it is not and this is inspired also by post that. I saw in Lincoln where someone basically police said. Empathy is not needed in sales. Because you shouldn't feel the same feeling as your prospect for example. If they're frustrated you shouldn't also be frustrated so that is not the definition of empathy. Empathy is actually the ability to understand. Insure the feelings of another that straight out of the dictionary. Either so it's not about feeling the same feeling. It's about being able to understand what someone else might be feeling in the ability to share that feeling. So why is this this important. The reason why it's important is prospects are people just like view in me and the big thing is in order to sell effectively. We have to have a good conversation with someone and the way that people become close is through having conversations where people are on the same page and they can empathize empathize with each other and they can understand what the other person's thinking what there might be feeling that kind of thing so in prospecting. This is extremely important. Because you've of a very short window to really build and establish empathy whether it'd be through a cold call or through an email and get that person open to just is listening to you even if that's for thirty seconds sixty seconds whatever it might be so i. WanNa give you two or three things that you can use right now to practice having a little bit more empathy in outreach. So that when you go to do this it's much more effective so one of the things you can do before you fire off that email or before you make that Cole call is rehearse. What what you're GONNA say and ask yourself and run this by people in your team as well. What am I going to say here. And how is that going to make the prospect feel and and you can even go a step further and ask yourself. How do I want the prospect of feel. Do I want them to feel excited. Hopefully right do I want them to feel a little bit intrigued. Maybe you probably don't want them to feel frustrated or mad or angry right so go through your messaging and pretend like you're on the receiving end talk to people on your team and ask them how this would make them feel. That's number one number. Two is something that you can practice on the phone or email when someone actually expresses a frustration so so for example if you open up a cold call in and hey have you been someone's like my day is not really going well. Don't just skip and go right to your thing don't end don't just say you know what. I Hear Carolina. Well no problem. And then you go straight into our pitch. That's a chance for you to be a little human there and you could say something as simple as a hey. It sounds like you're frustrated. uh-huh really sorry to hear that or hey sounds like it's been a long day. We're just getting back from the break. I'm sure that you've got a lot on your mind. Appreciate taking a couple of seconds here so so just acknowledge how. The person feeling that. They're frustrated and listen. That's okay so it's a really really simple thing that you can do there another thing that you can do. And this is a more advanced thing that takes a little bit more time in something I talked about. A lot is customer interviews so one way that you could get in the shoes of your prospect a little a bit more and understand what they might be going through where their challenges and frustrations lie in relation to your product or service is to interview them and ask them about their challenges algis in their frustrations prior to using your product or service and people are GonNa say all kinds of crazy things about their current solution and what they hate and what they like and what they don't blank and that kind of stuff and you can lead with that inner prospecting
"algis" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You've worked with deniro with Pacino with the loan with Woody Allen like and you do impersonations of overwork was to loan. I just imitated him. Oh, yes. That was extensive my national connection. Imitate him. Well, do not Abed slows not bad blue. It's more Iraqis stupid Rockies. Joe? And salons actually more polished, then more like do not bad cinema. How about which is your favorite from among if you're doing an impersonation? I don't wanna turn you into a, you know, a trained monkey here. Already are. That's my job basically job description right there. Strained vocal monkey. You know, all my I stopped doing impressions a long time ago. So I'm like arrested in like nine thousand nine hundred eighty two that way up my favorite one to always do was young Eric Roberts, which is obscure probably most your, you know, who I'm talking give year. We are. So ready? We are so here hope aggrandize village Eric Roberts. It's hard to do it without cursing. But. They took my breaking down. Chanu? I took my thumb. I selected. Anka's areas with us. It's very good. I used to also like to do Mickey Rourke from back in the day again Popa Greenwich Village, 'cause Mickey Rourke now, it just sounds like a lot older actress sandwiches to just gravelly, but you know, back in the day used to talk like this. I don't understand why how do you get from this voice, the ultra ultra cool mellow tones of this talk. Yeah. Chino when a similar route young now godfather, Al right? Nice high calm voice chilling with rag new, but it was up here. And now. There's like a wounded. I don't know. He we have obsessed for ten years over the thing that he shouted at you in the chair in heat. He just he wasn't in heat in the movie heat. Yes, he is shouting because she's got a great ass. And he and I that I'm Mark is the tipping point on when Al Pacino went from movie actor to cartoon to took cartoon character. Yeah, he yelled because Donald. At me, which it terrified me. And if you watch that again in heat, you'll see it's all it's over my shoulder. I'm not on camera. But you see I just go Jesus. And he does that I'm not acting at all genuine terrify accurate. That was Hank his area. Asking Pacino not to hurt him. It wasn't in character at all. And then he actually add lived daughters. I'm sorry. Something happens to me when I think about. And all that say in the movie. You know, what happened there Michael man who directed that? He does like a hundred takes of everything, and I think Algis had lost his mind at that was like the ninety eighth time. He had to say, I need just started freaking out and yelling. And how about you? You just give slinging in the chair one hundred times you just had to take that version. I was young actor as it was one of my first things actually were shooting heat and the birdcage at the same time. And wow, those were the days. Yeah. That's what my glory days, frankly, and. You know, a always improvising a lot, and I didn't know if I could improvise back. I was too scared. And I asked Michael mention I improvised when when AL's. Improvising Michelman thought about it went. Okay. So the only improvised line of mine was Jesus who are now. Down me, and it made it into the movie, which was real absolutely donlevatar. It is an honor to be here at seeing poppy in person, you're like a Cuban iota. You're wonderful. Also, you have a normal shaped head which is nice because the question, though, what the heck happened to you. Jim. Stugatz America his head starts off. Okay. At the top. And then by the time it hits his ears. It just eight expands out. That's the calories usually have the world's only apple bottoms scope as the king say, it's T H SCC thick my friends, so good on you live with our show with a Stu gods on ESPN radio hankins area in.
"algis" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"Diets in to have a role to play there's one of my patients, I'm remember his name to the stays for his story was great. And we're talking about his tie it all Tracy things. I didn't know about at that point. I said, you know, what for the heck of it? The next few weeks stop sugar is sugar and his headaches went away. And that's the end of one that's one patient. But I learned a heck of a lot from these ends of one. And so I began recommending to headache patients stopped sugar, and then I began. Commending coin. Gluten free such crazy thing for headaches and not all the patients were proved or had any remarkable turnaround at some. In a to me one person out of a hundred headed improvement going free didn't require medications that would be a big deal. In fact, at one patient who had been on our Connex twenty two years gluten free in for the first time in his life went headed, freely publish this. So as that started happening that's started. Raising. My what I was started due to the town, and they were pleased about this stuff at all. They decided that didn't sign by as time went by started getting less than us referrals from the local doctors like nutritious stuff going. And ultimately became clear that I needed to leave my practice that I was in with two are all and it did. So I opened up my own clinic. And then I was set free. And before that happened though. I remember I went my wife, and I went to Santa bell island to crappy hotel on water and just walked around decided. What would what's the worst that can happen? I mean. It'd be okay. We'll figure it out. So I spoke to my part. It's really probably time for me to leave. They simply Asli agreed with that. And because they all the practice could be threatened by somebody paying to lifestyle is that permit. So I opened up with a an assistant and secretarial clinic. And with time Matt thing sure expanded to floors in a building I prepare fish at unit, and I got to do whatever I wanted and I got explore things. And I got to do treat people based upon what was being published the period viewed literature and began to recognize that. Yes, our lifestyle choices moving forward have a huge role to play in whether we end up without summers or not that we are the arbiters of our brains destiny who knew. It was a wee bit lonely in that. I was still I think maybe the only integrative or functional medicine urologist in America in. I'd go to lectures, and I was going to form an organization at functional medicine or Algis, but I would have been the membership. And the president is nurture the whole. What it did? Find was. As I began to do this and became more involved in it. I began getting opportunities speak it or is integrated functional medicine venues and talk about my results in when I was finding and. Really began recognizing the powerful role that diabetes was playing in a lot of the stuff. We're seeing and glutinous. Well, not that I discovered all of that. I was seeing it published in the literature. I was open to seeing an uninsured was invisible. Though. It was published two other neurologists, there is a researcher in England in Maria's vacillate what a great name, and he was published being how glued released movement disorders headaches along with others of bushing about gluten related. Join paints Ganesh name it in other words, extra intestinal issues. That had nothing to do with that. And I am brace. That information alternately wrote brain brain that was a real turning point. You know, this book being published in thirty five languages around the world rarely I think made a Mark and opened a lot of doors for me to meet other people..
"algis" Discussed on The Atheist Experience
"So we need a third party. Who knows how to do that that can step in and tell us what it is? We're not hearing from each other. Anyway, I wanna make sure you get your questions. I don't want to take too much of your time and everything because I know you have other callers. But honestly, all I'm saying is that you know, what happened today honestly, helped me sure, you know. So and I understand what you're saying. Where there's you know. Algis and everything we can help you out. This was this was this was. When I was upset about what happened is someone else. But. I see what you're saying. But at the end of the day, you know, I I'm still on the fence like I said, I absolutely evolution and all that stuff and everything I'm not a go. Six near fled or anything. But what happened today honestly, helped me sure through and and without without signing incredibly arrogant. I bet if after church you to pick up the phone and called me, and we talk for forty five minutes, I'm optimistic that that would have helped you to. Well, yeah, I don't ever number though, when he won't give it to me. So actually while we're live that gives it out quite literally. In my there's a sound clip for somebody's ringtone joking. Matt come out of your good. Matt gives it out by all let you go shoot. Okay. And by the way, I'm glad irrespective of where somebody finds help. I'm glad that somebody's seeking help and getting help. Yeah. It's it's like, the, you know, like I was saying with AA if that's what's keeping you overdo it for the caller who says that if they didn't believe in God, they'd be running around murdering and raping people. I want them to keep their ass in church. It's into independent of whether or not I think there's anything real going on behind the scenes, okay? Whatever helps you helps you. All right. Well, thank you. We're going to go ahead and move on. We'll get to. I wanted to get to Brosio. Okay. Let's go ahead and just hit that one. So we've got Brosio in Arkansas, and you're on with Matt and Tracy you wanted to talk about whether or not rationally justified. Hey, Tracy, and that Tracy civilly we spoke, thanks to the name looks familiar. So what's on your mind? Well, actually so being on hold. I came up with different questions. I'll be a little controversial job. But I wanted to know. Okay. Go ahead go forward while it's on the same. Why just wondering because I I heard you guys had something to do homosexuality. And I was thinking how he told me sensuality rationally justified. I mean, what's the argument that homosexuality is of moral behavior argument that says it isn't the burden of Pearl. We begin we begin. The smart thing to do is to grant every liberty and freedom and then begin limiting freedoms. And liberties for good reasons. So what's the problem with two people of the same gender having a romantic and sexual or sexual relationship? Oh, okay. So I if I was there a couple of different problems that first of all often kind of relationships that high but aides going with actually two that society law. You know, that's true. That's back. So I'm gonna pause you. I'm gonna pause you because first of all while aids isn't cured. We we have great medications that essentially diminish the effects and make people so that they can live with its cetera. But the fact that a particular like, you could be a homosexual relationship and never actually engage in any sort of behavior that even slightly increases your risk of getting aids. Right. But also, it's not a homosexual illness wrecked. There are huge swath of of the globe. Where heterosexual women are the primary patients in in HIV..
"algis" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"See I like this and all things mixed martial arts. Matt. How are you? Hi, everybody. It's really nice the weather guy. Yeah. I'm the weather. I want to try me lakes. Got a news guy. I like it sounds very believable. I think we're good together. Jimmy dental floss man, I got a fucking I keep offering Matt a nice fat piece of dental floss won't take. Why would you have that on you? Well. I see what's going on. I just caught onto everything. Listen, so exciting if you're ObamaCare penis joke to. And then I think you're a couple of seconds. The realize what's going on? We we have just rose Clark calling in today. We and Kevin Lee who's fighting AL's good pal. I'm sorry. Mascot pal ally. Quinta. Yes, they're fighting this Saturday in Milwaukee. I'll be there, which that's a really this is a kind of Allah one the first fight. It was a short notice fight. And I wanna get Al on this show. I know Matt says Al has been very very focused. But he does listen to the programs. Al I am appealing to you. We would love to have you on the show a he'll be on. I hope listens. I like. He's listening right now. I like Al we love you fighting. You a great against Kabaeva on short notice you zero training for the guy. So I'm happy for how well things are going. I like how that fight would hit what could be him. And first of all one of the one of my proudest and most like best moments ever in a corner. Even even get the victory. It was like a more victories. And it was it was something that that people thought it he did so well, I went out of their on scathed. Yes. He's totally Kate. Face was okay. Fine could afford again, could do they could be still fighting it. They didn't break. And that thing I mean, he was still in that fucking fight from the beginning to end, and he beat up Connor people say beat up contra thought that Connor people giving Connor more shot because of what did, but they didn't realize that Connor is not out right alibi, not Bikaner on the Mike. But in the cage, it's a whole thing. I think I think Alcudia. Take anybody in that fucking house fun of the mic. That's awesome Celik close real estate. I mean, how do you not love that the few hours of the build up with him? It could be at the press conference everything like very entertaining always a different way than no he calls, it house sees listen. He's himself. I think he's a sterile head. There was something leave with the first fight. He said something like it was like three weeks away in the now put I don't wanna bring up old shits. I don't wanna be stirred shit shits there. But it's funny. Like, he put something like, oh, the I took it on a three week notice that Algis put something out there. I'm not on Twitter Longo told me about this. He put something out like we signed that thing on December tenth fight was in February like what the fuck you talking about like you basically just like, no, dude. No short notice, by the way. This is this is I don't know what kind of friends you have you hang out with allied. You. Hang first Wiedeman, you'd normal interactions from people. Here's the text. I just got. Okay. Trying to get my. New girl to slap me. Oh, she won't. She does tease me and get me to beg and gives me wedgies and puts her feet all over me. It's heaven, Jim. The other day she dressed up slutty and may be fake pay her. I love her. But this is my buddy as your buddy. Yeah. I like winter that is.
"algis" Discussed on Acquired
"A managing director in these Santa Monica office. So Al focus is on digital media e sports gaming and other interactive frontiers. Perfect for this episode, Al thank you for joining us. One question for you. What opportunities. Do you see for startups in digital media today? Yeah. There's a lot of people know it's been a tricky year for a lot of digital media companies. And we're seeing a lot of them look at expanding their business model by live events launching subscription models. But the one that I really want to focus in on is the companies that are selling product. And what's happening is a lot of these digital media companies are leveraging their audience and their engagement to audience to sell alphabetically sell a product as an example. There's a company here in LA, click brands that creates female fashion related and beauty relief. Rated content. They're leveraging the insights, they get from their audience to then launch and develop clothing lines, which they've actually partnered with target to successfully so clothing line all leveraging the data and the insight circuit they're getting from their audience. And again, it's a very authentic it natural extension of the content that they're creating on a daily basis. Awesome. Super interesting. Thank you, all and listeners Algis published a great piece on medium called what's next for digital media startups that kind of goes deeper into this product idea as well as sort of all the other newer revenue models that digital media startups are trying to us today. So if you're into this topic, you should check it out. You can click the link in the show notes to get access. We will also have a link in the slack. Alright now onto the show onto the show. Indeed, David I texted you before this. We have a little bit of follow up from from the last episode. We have some awesome listeners that wrote us in about Netflix part one. And since this is a two parter we do get to actually go. Oh back and and make a few corrections. The first one is actually on my car out from last week where I mentioned that the good place was Netflix show. That is a classic millennial mistake. It is completely. Not Netflix show. It's an NBC show that just got syndicated on net flicks. But my cord cutting had blinded me from that. And Netflix originals have just gotten so good and plentiful that I just assumed that I was watching a Netflix show. So. I know the other one we is that we discussed that blockbuster had an incredible business model where they only had to pay rack rate for DVD's. And then they could rent them as many times as they would like things to on Twitter. Jim underscore Brown. We have a correction. It's difficult actually to track down the exact number. It's sort of buried in some economic papers. And I think it came out in a court case filings that I gave up on trying to actually find it out. But it's it's somewhere between fifty and one hundred dollars that they actually had to pay for every DVD you rather than just getting to sort of buy them at door price in sort of a special deal that they'd orchestrated so that they could generate the sort of high rental revenues that they they got from each one of those DVD's so good to know there..
"algis" Discussed on The Recappables
"Entire season and also affectively setting up the next season which certainly did you know i can't i personally cannot wait for season of action chuck is allies or for however many sure that's going to last very long but i agree with you i mean we were here last week just talking about the eleventh episode and i went on at length about the inevitability of the storytelling in the show and i'm content to be completely wrong i'm content to learn that in fact this is ultimately not about chuck axe having a showdown and maybe it will be in season five or season eight or what have you but next season they've obviously clearly plotted a different course i think it's obvious that we saw what was happening with taylor in the direction that was moving in essentially from episode one of the season i'm not sure that i could have predicted that we were going to get chuck in this spot though well you say that but it occurs to me that once he says i do not want to be governor i like this office this is where i want to stay of course he's like immediately going to be pushed otherness that was one of those things where once it happened i was like oh that's what they meant by saying he actually enjoys this job and would like to stay here that was that was the subtle cue chuck's downfalls always the least surprising thing to me on the show just because it it feels inevitable he is the one who while the chuck and acts storylines often have the parallels that algis noted i always just think ax will be able to pull it off at the end and i never have the faith that chuck well mostly because he we've talked about this all season long just remains shockingly perpetually blind his own hypocrisy and doesn't ever see how he's putting himself in vulnerable positions and how that might bite him so.
"algis" Discussed on Love Your Work
"Tunities and mcc no everyone should be prepared for college and then if you decide algis for you then you can become a popper union never never just conveniently forgetting there's a lot of people who if they try college and fail will be so discouraged they won't try be and again late like this people don't wanna hear what the odds that someone with this test scores of graduating colleges say two percent and that's too low to justify keeping them on a college track it just disturb us to jack spares as well so the students why that go and find something that the student is good at wykes and as well right million in the united states the recession is such antagonist to this idea of setting you're setting your sites in realistic way and just trying to make an accurate forecast based on what's happened instead the mythology of the any kid can grow to be president this kind of on sense the washington chris rock community where he was laughing this and saying build anyone he anyone school can do whatever they want maybe four kids can do whatever they want most you know can't some why don't we go figure out something this actually possible i highly recommend that chris rock a netflix really good now there is i found a an interesting theory it was it was on slate and it was full of all of the atoms snark that you would expect from a slate article but it was talking about will the maybe this middle skilled labor shortage is just an unwillingness to pay competitively a businesses choose choose lower output and higher profit instead of feeling like before say raise their wages in attract more people the idea be it's called monopoly i hadn't heard that term before i it is that a a plausible argument to you know it's possible especially for a common occupationally plummer relaxation really makes sense of course it's true that employers don't wanna raise raises and the obvious answer when it went employer says shortages say raise wages.
The toughest questions for the NCAA tournament selection committee
"Ncaa tournament my question to you is worthy do look at where do you placed teams such as kentucky and also what about um oh there there was someone else uh what about arizona where do you see them finishing off in the corner met this where this year also two things thank you for the call and pittsburgh of 937 a film it's funny you bring those two things up i was just going to talk about it that you know jerry palm at cbs sports dot com the bracket algis in his latest one tonight i assume he'll do another one in the morning he had kentucky as a fiveseat arizona as a four arizona the usc kentucky and like they they could bump up that's why the arizona could bump up to three kentucky could bump up to a four the drama is in about the 1 seed i think they're set with villanova kansas virginia and xavier hits the to line three line four line for seats and kentucky in arizona the question i have above both is that they still have a lot of young kids who are the leading scores the front and center guys and that same thing with duke and come and see the ably tournament time now not conference tournaments were in a you know other teams and see aa tournament time can they get it done but arizona kentucky are on my watch list for sure guaranteed skill to jt in georgia here on the saturday night healed show what we call a lawyer who j t i think pretty good i'd be caught killer will quick story actually do on that particular tom outlook actually are inoculated a td two hundred it's donald r.
"algis" Discussed on Nacht Beauty
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"algis" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"When i try to talk to as many people's i can't at work here and i go in a well how do you see this had he feel about this the thing that's overorganised ignobly ever goes hey i really like the way of protesting that was done the right where you have to stirred up you have to make people uncomfortable you have to do things that people aren't going to like to be noticed so that's part of a jamal if he's still there i'm here i mean would you mess with your own paycheck for a stance well the depending on their atwood after the year upward for example you would let you go yeah believed or at lawn care prior to this end the the longest you really want her to like even if the customer wasn't whole car deal you will they didn't bearup while they wanted to over there and i had to quit because that what the right let us not open that i'll with called low with gordon them although they know warriors drugs over glad that you guys were the lawn care version of lawyer billing now lawyers some you take offence that now none none that was now we are expected to go with a stand but actually makes a good point because he could have just said algis will just keep billingham and i'm jason this roger goodell letter it acknowledges the deep business problems of these protests represents doesn't provide a solution these players what it is is there fame and their presence on sundays is their platform neither messes out he can't create another platform that's of of equal value so you don't think this works is letters pie in the sky you i think the and if it will create rules we'll see if the rules work that whole ryan was still ohio hello hey did you um do you see the florida gators yeah uniforms term they're not terrible the ones that look like a gator yes yadav enough i'm feeling it why as a oneoff you don't like that.
"algis" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"He wants the decent that can't be measured in money like what's of what's a really rich crazy man want maybe wants like george lucas his hand on apply to and his friends which was lucas hall what about if we promise better and that's the perfect president what about if we promised to never bring up that rose could save jack on that photographed yeah he added about a lot did they do that i'm mythbusters as well improve and what does that mean you must be cigarette questions like 20 years could both could on the dual it was more of a metaphor probably ought to know how to really remember you contrast experts you had the ring she can tell anyone shutting the water deceptive already she wants deceptive in on co i just don't see your point on earth honored c one woman is sexual but that's what i mean when i say she so pretty i'm looking at a very wholesome not liu dislike you are remarkably pretty i've done it altano performance and i think he's an amazing act up but she was really good in this parole in the same way that chris rave in the original superman vitamin bodies that and he's disliked thereby towers of like strengthen good good nison humility and that's that's the way performance is very inspiring that you know that like good doing innocent the era of yet we'll send you love this will be apparently there's going to be also a day emphasis on the internet interconnected universe in the dc eight years in the kind of like yeah and other doing that solar joke emerge a series of them here are like the man movie is going to be in it's obviously in the universe but at home it's going to be very much separate have just gone will malval's thing is they're all link interconnected they're all your friends and they're all hanging out together and going on a vague all together day sese's algis.
"algis" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"People sort of like hook it's time to pirates yet people love hook let's do parts without any magic whatever of vaughn isn't bad at an election today i remember is good not like his exactly at the show wishes the president jana yeah president jana dry rose at number what that was number three don't talk about stealth yes almost no lost not he six billion dollars in two thousand and five the plaque jamie foxx the going to hush that 'cause i think those around the time of like ryan collateral now would like to stance wrong yet not oh didn't i i think he wasn't it ryan collateral and and they're like we have this on the shelf we might yeah you motsy we are stealth on the shelf style said let algis throw it out it also picks up some statement than it didn't nar sentient fighter jet then becomes more saint him when it gets hit by lightning that's right and it kills josh lucas maybe or kills jamie fox i haven't saying that three incident i remember that was also the ear that we saw everything could we didn't say yeah well that was we have one blunts plus add capital would be to oblige area yeah dr i think at the time i'm surprised didn't do better because that's the kind of shit that came out then it was imagined jet but it's extreme and it knows where you live for you i think i can picture the trial of apartheidera offer i think it 2000 and we were already sick of that the antisecular stay by five it's like yeah i feel like we were are we certainly already just exhausted by that near something extremely scorn even more extreme now i i'm not surprised at all of that so go far enough here didn't have any.
"algis" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"On i kept here but who'd though like i was trying to think a not only that one i could think of light your okc start sour and they just tried to get paul george said the panel he was willing to go to cleveland but i don't know who i heard the anti david i might now now known someone threw buggy at me today to and that's also not going to happen but uh but i could see them now just like throwing the brooklyn peg and money at carmelo mm that wouldn't be terrible i think it'd be i mean i think it would be too i think i keep the pick regardless they're gonna make a bad decision they of that team gets i mean right now like the war like did you see andrei withous tweet now what are you for some one tweeted out like well at least the cavs got a big body to defend durant and i believe there to referring the jae crowder and andre iguodala colleges for played richard i dragged algis responded who with question my is are we looking at the same trait with those who've here but delivered jalen it's a marcus smart's in this trade laugh boston really overpaid unreal the the gnat but natural thing most people also went to was this is what the celtics traded for that enjoy this for jimmy butler that in trade this for ball george which israel flat out infuriating um tell of war well the policy i firmly believe as taxing with some of last night about this i firmly believe paul george would be on the renee that's staggering with several hall of famers about this last night yeah how did you keep my number um i was a sagging to our friends last night and i was like i firmly believe paul george would be on the celtics right right now if indiana had just waited a week i truly believe that i believe age would have traded the brooklyn bed clearly he would have trade the brooklyn pick leg i'd like he just didn't yeah so at rebel agreeing to me like ochre clearly that work on the table.
"algis" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"Why not what city are maybe they're going to my spam or may be a never signed up the i can't remember how i actually signed up for it but i've got to give them credit they don't email too much about you know it come have slice may be once every other week or something it does have feel like a all of these and other things rf mouse and so yeah i saw one that mentioned that the than current president sri malini mata i want to pronounce it reno leaney monta algis spell it out here because i know i would want to euro it's belts m r i n a l i n i marina leaney betis saying they said at some other way feels like a ruin was always dropping a syllable in ah yeah like merlene e yeah it felt like it came out as sri merlene imata yeah shut passed away after many years of faithful service over seventy years she had been in the selfrule is asian fellowship since she joined as a teenager along with her family issues fourteen was it yeah i believe so and when she was fit tina she cannot took her vows it sounds like joined the monastic order right and her whole family was engulfed so yes she had been a longstanding high ranking member of the sri and then when the former head of the srf house way dia monta she took over we should at least can of lay out just in broad strokes with the selfrealisation fellowship is cher so there was this gentleman who took on the name parama hansa yoga nonda you've probably seen as face and not even known what you are looking at right because he wrote a very famous but called autobiography of a yogi steve jobs even recommended that his yacht one of his like two books he ever ratnayake his dave jobs right but yeah it famously advocates only sleeping four hours a night and spending most of your time and meditation young.
"algis" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Believe ugly brett bazan as working as a distributor for deep a company that produces a biomedical technology including de barings hit barings and reverse humour old barings egos look yugoslav have jobs the lame i am going to look at the schedule and i am going to say that a yeah yeah this is the should actually be a good north western team they have eight is he may be like those third second best quarterback coming back algis imsa and hid in the division i want the visit is he's probably the best quarterback back nelson yeah yes they still just win the god damned of i mean look or else tense i just want northwestern v vaguely interesting that's it yeah don't make me to annoy their the northwestern don't let me watching illinois for organ don't make that last one mean anything to anyone occur when his games and i'm a i'm a put it on your okay northwestern your ninety three football game football team right her neither here also nine in threefoot book here nine of the you're also are threefold thought lately three coup ballgame um so you see i think you could go as high as ten uh wisconsin and penn state on there so at set the ceiling and i'm going to go morley gate i mean i still that would still on mabor there will still put him second in the division fire his ass yep and sorry sorry that would doom fits i know it's not gonna you know what i got oh you're you are at one one more thing by the way simon northwest related shed the podcastone thus we did you know we have listeners in guangzhou china no no we do we do we got we got a couple of people.
"algis" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"The the published his client event is i we everyone is like has this idea of things being really straight down the middle left the right it's not super complicated so capitalism is going to be part of the solution because you need money to spend on stuff but it's just like the word responsible capitalism as the ss stupid wit concept concepts for just thing it within a market share stopped releasing new iphones is an amazing someone puts out something as is the best thing ever is amazing omega change a life and she's like oh we made a mistake this is the best we ever had said that that is not a lot for that not exist foster stopping first the for this kind of ships hate tap as big deal in in developing countries countries now like china which is fine and he's constantly share egos supermarkets sheets cheap ko that break off the like one boy just tots craft so yeah that capitalism is good umbrellas for those reasons i have a thing about million questions but i am i have somebody notes from stuff that i wrote down in south africa on the search about by algis hatton ride you back because it would surface ola but this has been circuit i wanna before his last question how did a lot and while you're doing yes so much much lighter euus all gonna get adversary so much okay emcee and is actually about a few things are mentioning today which is cool and now the pflp out of sight it's but also lie.