17 Burst results for "Anthony Pratt"
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"I'm source anthony. Pratt poke drucker. Forecasting and the average length of a car is four point six years because they finance them five and when they only finance some four. The average length of a car was just couple of months under four years. I mean it's just insanity if you got rid of financing i mean so so here's a dentist. The average price of new cars thirty three thousand five hundred six dollars. Ninety five percent of all dentists will practice their whole life and never do one case for thirty three thousand dollars and then you say well what's wrong. It's it's the it's the president it's economy it's the japanese. It's everything but the fact that all your patients about thirteen new cars and then when they came into you you said which one of your teeth hurts. The worst point to the shittiest tooth in their mouth. Well i could. I could do a root canal crown. But it'll take all your insurance and then next year you come back and point to the second most shittiest tooth in your mouth. Meanwhile you walk on a car lot and they're like oh my god. How would you like to drive that truck and the car payment. I mean The car payment. I mean you look at that. That's only like three or month and one in every twenty dentist. Their hours are monday through thursday but all day long. They're pitching the new car and most people don't got the new car. Most people get the used car. Whatever but every once in a while and who taught me this already pass away Omer walk in there and he just say you say well. What do you want to do that. I mean if you have a limited problem you know some. I can fix that. Looking at your x-rays i mean we could we take everything out of your mouth and replace it all brand new and you'd walk out of here with a million dollar smile for like twenty five grand. I don't know if that's where you're headed and like you say that to ten people say you take everything out. And i'd have movies her teeth for twenty five grand and then when i started selling them back today i didn't even think about filling the order. I didn't wanna learn ivy stations. Have a anesthesiologist. Come in. And then i found out that is going to have to do four molar root canals on this lady. I i get on the phone and ended on us. I'm not doing. I'm not doing four. Molars back to back why some ladies passed out snoring and and you end up just being a conductor i mean the anesthesiologists comes in the ended. Honest the root canals appearing on his place implants. But i would during the impression. I would go in at the very end and i would. I would touch the impression tray. I think i think all my magical dr juices when i touched the train. And then you're the only one qualified and it'd be like a twenty thousand dollar case. And and i said i said yeah. But you didn't add up he's howard. It's twenty five grand. I know there's some margin in there somewhere and you know. Just just sell the car. And he was saying twenty-five because back then that was about what a new car is now. It's about thirty three thousand five sixty but how does your how do all your customers buy a new car in less than five years. Thirteen times in a lifetime and then all your customers say who would is he insurance. Do i say well. You know. I i would to the after i had four kids i went to insurance and i wanted to me but my insurance will only pay for castration. So guess what i did. I paid my own money to keep my own ball. Do you think the insurance company gives a shit about you. The bottom line is what do you want. And then here's the other thing my boys to this day. Even the oldest one's thirty when neither highschool friends get a new car. They always drive up by my house. And you know and you gotta go out there and you gotta look all excited and all this and you know and they always get it and they always turn the radio on for you hundred percent of the time and it's like you deny all of your patients from ever just having a smile makeover the because you were sitting there staring at the insurance form and just keeping him to a minimum. I mean we're talking about. How do you live below your means. America's live below their means. Your government didn't liberal. I mean my god. There are twenty three trillion dollars in debt and as an mba vermeille assu. You don't even want to know what i'm most afraid of right now because this thing looks like it looks like a bubble. I mean i graduated high school in eighty that was twenty nine percent interest rate double digit unemployment and inflation. I graduated eighty seven hundred thirty three days later. It's black monday. The stock market fell a quarter than the y2k thing. That wasn't pretty blaming wasn't pretty. I've seen this movie four times. And i know how it ends every time and i'm looking at it for the fifth time in a row and the americans what are they doing. Their bidding up prices housing more houses were bought with a the initial bid was above the asking price on one out of five homes. I mean i know my monkeys. They're crazy they're crazy monkeys. And we're talking about living below your means but my homies can't even sell dentistry to people who've lived their whole life above their means. And if they don't get the smile makeover they're going to get the mustang. So why don't you get the smile makeover. And they wanna have gum disease instead of the mustang. But i think so. My question to you is this specifically to amber amber. All your girlfriends have a wedding ring. Where the diamond is bigger than mount rushmore. Or whatever how. How were you able to talk yourself down the wall from buying the three carat.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Of you star wars action figures plus all of their accessories in place to tell stories about the star the wars of the source. Yeah if you want to learn more about star wars just stick your head out of your your apartment door. Hey just a costing jar dry banks yet. Literally just a cost the first person and they will be like. Oh yeah i love i love. He's hot right. No he's evil prince. Yes well brother things get so fired up. She's she's got ta copy end. She is sassy she's ready for. A fight fight you star wars. The other thing that made it in two thousand twelve was dominoes. Okay yeah houston know how to play dominoes. Websites just setting up and knocking down on. I mean that's really. The fun part only offered as far as i don't watch a lot of videos on the internet. Okay but i love seeing a set of dominoes get knocked down here a simple girl simple leads. I'm proud of you for knowing how to play the game. I don't think i ever learned like matching sure. Link tiles down in matching like open number down a nine with a seven on it. I have nine. I'm gonna lay my nine down near your night. Yeah yeah it's a lotta matching right a little bit like gin sort of all right by nine funded knock down. twenty thirteen was my first year at the shaw. Yes and what russell has little let down by not because it was the rubber duck and chess. Oh yeah that's awesome pointing actually like. This is the toy hall of fame. Teed rubik's cube hungarian design teacher and serious puzzle earner rubik assembled his i q puzzle in nineteen seventy four called it. The magic cube after toy agent pitched the puzzle to ideal toy and novelty company. They renamed the puzzle to rubik's cube and began putting it in stores in one thousand nine hundred and then obviously the rest is history puzzles. All over the world wanted to solve the cube within two years. They bought one hundred million of them. Making rubik's cube the title most popular puzzle in history. How mico rubik's cube itself is made up of twenty seven tiny cubes called q. Blitz each having one of six colors. Okay and the other thing that made it in in two thousand fourteen was little green army men. Oh yeah i remember that. Twenty fifteen can get the super soaker. Oh yeah oh yeah. so dr lonnie johnson. A mechanical and nuclear engineer working for nasa on the galileo mission to jupiter by day. At night he was working on his own project. A new heat pump that replaced freon with environmentally friendly pressurized water vapor and while tinkering with this pumps design at home. He hooked the nozzle up to his bathroom. Faucet and a steady stream shot across the room gave him the idea for a high powered. Water blaster so from pvc pipe in an empty soda bottle. He improvised model that he called the power structure that featured an air pressure chamber and a water reservoir johnson later enlarged the tank and moved it to the top of the blaster. Kind of making it look like it was a prop from science fiction movie. Sure yeah so. The first super soaker went on sale in one thousand nine hundred after johnson worked out a deal. Laremy corporation a maker of inexpensive plastic toys and action figures and larry's aggressive advertising sold twenty seven million super soaker in the first three years of production and after that innovations like increasing water carrying capacity altering water. Direction lengthening the distance of the water stream. The toy's popularity and to date laramie corporation and now hasbro which owns it has sold about two hundred million super soaker. More than one hundred seventy five variations. That's about a billion dollars in sales. Oh my gosh only been around since one thousand nine hundred ninety. Wow what that's crazy. Nine thousand ninety hundred thirty years ago though. If you think. I know chef it's tough to deal with A little more a little a couple of decades earlier though you got twister in nineteen sixty four toy inventor guyer came up with a shoe polish promotion as a game with a mat on the floor and people serving as the playing pieces geyer artists in a toy designer charles fully neil ribbons to help him with the development of the basic idea and the three devised a game that they called pretzel. Oh that's cute so fully and took the idea to milton bradley. Which saw promise. And the men received a patent for their design after some deliberation milton. Bradley used printer at general tire that manufactured shower curtains to print the largest color spots on plastic mats. That make sense. And when the firm determined the name pretzel wasn't available chose twister instead perfect. Yeah there was a big demonstration on the johnny carson show with oh With eva gabor. Okay show and she. She played twister. And then you know everybody office that you're also got the puppet when oh sure you not scary at all. No puppet twenty-six dungeons and dragons out episode one twenty two dungeons and dragons with our friend. Jamie cusak jamie. That's such a good job such a good job such great ex- dungeons and dragons. He goes to get fisher price. Little people in two thousand six. Yeah so fisher. Price made the first little people from would and lithograph paper. They were solid single colored wooden bodies that later followed so later. Figures were made of hard plastic. Those are the ones i remember. Yes man in the nineteen eighties concerns about small figures becoming a choking hazard the nineteen ninety-one introduction of a new design larger diameter known as chongqing pete junkies on ge's but by the mid nineteen ninety s. Little people became more people like with arms legs and dimensional faces as well that year. you also get. The swing is inducted. Oh great inducted twenty. Seventeen my favorite my favorite inductee to the twelve fame. The board game clue. Oh yeah can't go. Julia goes crazy about iraq cub. For clue she loves the movie. She loves a game. She loves everything about it. So just a little background on it for y'all because you're listening to this you're like you're you're stuck with. You have listened to us go through years and years of history at this point you might as well stick it to the end. Yeah they were in two thousand seventeen now So between the world wars pianist anthony pratt enjoyed the murder mystery party games that he saw played at posture paean hotels where he worked in nineteen forty-three pratt and his wife. Elva designer board game based on those party. Game centered on deduction when in clare. Solve a murder mystery By eliminating possible locations weapons and murderers to come to the correct conclusion. He was granted a patent in nineteen forty seven postwar shortages halted. His games manufacturer for several years Linda london's waddington's games finally published it as cluedo in nineteen forty nine and their american partner. Partner brothers bought out a slightly modified version called clue that same year The rest is history. Oh yeah nineteen eighty-five five clue best movie Was the first movie based on a board game. Okay besides battle riano with battleship ribbon movie. Julia likes clue so much. I bought her a harry. Potter clue clue for christmas. I think one year found that. And i was like show much easiest easy so many license versions of it too. It's fun the whistle ball..
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Everyday Meeple
"The mainstream game. This we're getting away from because. Game have gotten so much more interesting. And mechanics are Lussier and game play is got so much more going on and we sort of dismiss these games. But but the interesting thing is always to me that this is this is the foundation in like this is the history of of where everything came from and why it's their leg. Before Clue AG monopoly came up before clue and. We talked about game life and stuff before that. It was all. Checkers and Chess and most of the time anything board game, it was like Wigley and. And Games where you roll the dice and you moving like Candy Land and you move forward and you did stuff. So whenever a game like a clue comes out where it sort of changes, what you're doing like entirely and and this was done by. What's her name's even have their names in front of me right now. I was thinking about. Maybe. It's Anthony Pratt, Anthony Pratt, and not in the credit is his wife Eva who they designed the game together. She she drew the original board. He was super into mystery books and stuff. And they were into. Parlor Games and and they worked on this game together and they put this game together. But. Of course the way. Things. Work. This seems to be left out. But they hit start started with his buddy. Had actually published a game before. His Buddy put a game together called buccaneer. buccaneer. Buccaneer like pirates. Yeah. I don't think is a direct translation of buccaneer. But. He got up game published by WADDINGTON's, which is the big. Mall store I don't know. Yeah. Well, worth sort of thing, right? They. They had their hand and everything that was in one thousand, nine thirty that he had that published in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, three, Anthony Pratt was. Working in factories that were just making tank parts I. Think he was in Britain. Terrible Time War Britain is sort of on A. Clamp down from air raids and. I guess he was just like board and trying to trying to find ways I. Guess. What book is as reading the book, it's all a gain, just a history of board games. By Tristian, Donovan. A really fun book very short. Histories of of games. Quick Way to get. Fun Reads. But he was saying. People were kind of jerks during the war and they would just let it slide because. Well, it's war. What do you expect so? People were rude people were in, which is understand. Well, it's a pretty cranky time, but he was trying to, what can I do to help read the gist of it and decided he played A buck near with his buddy and he decided well, maybe we can make a game too. So him and his wife who loved murder mysteries and Parlor Games took the concept of the parlor game. where it sort of social deduction game and people walk around and talk to each other, and then you get a tap on the shoulder, a poke and a signal that you're you're dead and they wanted to see if they could make that sort of vibe for a game and they came up with clue. and. His Buddy, Jeffrey Bull, who invented a near hooked him up with the WADDINGTON's people that he knew who had published his game and they they liked clue and they wanted to publish it and those guys were in a deal with brothers because they had the the British rights to publish monopoly. They thought the game was so good that they pitched it themselves to Parker brothers. And Parker Brothers said No. Because Parker brothers had a rule that they would never publish a game that had to do with murder. Wow. Yeah. And one of the high upset Barker Brothers was like this game is too good. We have to we have to do it anyway and they were able to convince the. Parker brother dudes that. Maybe. We should give this a try and they changed changed a bunch of stuff in the rules to be less mercury not not so much sort of they switched the dagger to a knife. They don't say murder in the right in the rules and the original rules. It's the act. Oh Wow but they changed the name of the of the victim to Mr Body. Which is you know? Comedy Guess. Yeah. Come on Mr Body, they changed the tutor. It was originally called the Tudor close and they changed it to the Tudor Mansion because Americans don't. We don't call houses, the clothes I don't. Know and and a good one. Reverend Green got changed Mr Green because they were. The Religious Pride set about reverend being involved in murder. Back like our newer version of clue has as Reverend Green really that eventually got switched back. Whatever that's that's big deal they released the game. They were still against the idea of the game even as they published it. So they swore they wouldn't advertise it at all didn't advertise it as got published. Within like a few years, it became one of their bestselling games like. Well. It sold nineteen thousand copies or something in the first couple years. But slowly and slowly. It came out huge huge aware I. Think I highlighted something in this book where? Nine nineteen ninety six, total sales surpassed one, hundred, fifty, million. And unfortunately. Husband wife duo that created it barely got anything they kinda got screwed up. Screwed out of the whole thing WADDINGTON's convinced him to sell. The rights to the game to them for outside of Britain for five thousand pounds. which was by in the book, it says equivalent of about one hundred, ninety, thousand dollars right? which sounds awesome but. By By the time there. What do you call it? The right along game rates raining. Yeah they were making they were making money off the royalties and then they're they're copyright rainy like sixty, seven or something. And no one. Even you know that was that was the end they got no money. So conduct but that's yeah that's Bertel originally called Cluedo to. Name in North America clue. Clue yes. I mean I'm just I'm just trying isn't it quick as I can because it's an interesting one because I owned a copy of clue ever. And You know I always had some of the other big ones like monopoly being probably the biggest one in my house and. A friend of mine had clue..
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts
"His royalties for you know selling them a stolen game over two hundred. Fifty million copies have been issued in many languages and different themes but all without the original message. My favorite thing about doing this show is finally getting the answer to questions that have been stowed away in my brain for years but for some reason. I never bothered to Google. I I David. They of courses interacting with listeners. Which you can do over on facebook and INSTAGRAM DOT com slash your brain on facts and twitter at Brennan Facts Pot. It makes my day when I get a message. One longtime mystery is why the British version of clue is called CLUEDO. Why would you ruin a perfectly descriptive word by turning it into a nonsense word? This isn't like pavement versus sidewalk. Lift verses elevator chip versus FRY. Both of which are equally good at describing their respective thing. Why would you change it to Cluedo? Well it turns out. Cluedo is the original name and it's justified. The classic whodunnit game was created in the early nineteen forties when a British musician and munitions factory worker. Anthony Pratt had some forced time on his hands who forced it looked FAFA. He and his wife. Elva began working on the game so that they could play while waiting out. The Air Rates. Pratt filed a patent on the game in nineteen forty four listing the weapons as the significantly more visceral acts cudgel small bomb rope. Dagger Revolver hypodermic needle poison and fireplace poker. The characters also different from what? We're familiar with Dr Black. Mr Brown mister gold. The Reverend Mr Green Miss Grey Professor Plum Miss Scarlet nurse White. Mrs Silver and Colonel. Yellow may have noticed. That was a lot to keep track of the original. Ten were whittled down to six. Colonel Yellow was changed to colonel mustard. So that one of Her Majesty's officers didn't sound like a coward Pratt. Sold Cluedo to game manufacturer WADDINGTON's though it wasn't released until nineteen forty eight due to material shortages from the war. The name Cluedo was a Portmanteau of clue and Ludo a nineteenth century game whose name was Latin for I play. When Parker brothers picked up the rights to the game in America in nineteen forty nine they shortened it to clue rightly. Suspecting that people wouldn't know about Ludo the game has gone on to spawn. World Championships abridged. Tv show a musical that invited audience. Participation played over five hundred shows and of course the classic movie initially though the movie wasn't a classic subtle in kids. I've got about a whole bonus paragraph here director Jonathan. Lynn thought it would be a keen idea to release three different versions to the theater. Each with one of the different endings but not to tell movie goers in advance which version they were buying a ticket for somewhere in his mind he thought people would just keep buying tickets and sitting through movies until they had seen all the index. The public didn't go for it and clue left theaters quickly. It found its way to home video when it was still a nascent market. The movie didn't do too well there either which resulted in copies being marked down for clearance that was a couple of years in and VCR's had become more popular than so more people have VCR's. This movie is cheap. Everyone bought it. Everyone watched it. Everyone loves it. You tell me you don't well. Just don't tell me in two thousand eight the. Us version got a makeover. The murder now takes place at a celebrity party Colonel Mustard morphed into a football player. Professor Plum has become a DOT COM billionaire. Some of the weapons have been swapped out and Mrs White originally a murderous housekeeper was replaced with Dr Orchid which is the first time since the game launched. That character has gotten the boot in the late nineties. After selling a hundred million clue games WADDINGTON tracked down Pratt. He'd fallen off the map after his on the game expired in the nineteen sixties which meant no more royalties. He also never got released for the international versions of the game. Having signed away. Those rights nineteen fifty three for five thousand pounds about one hundred and thirty five thousand dollars today. He didn't know that it was selling like hotcakes. Across the pond but Pratt didn't mind a great deal of fun went into it. He said in a nineteen ninety interview so why grumble the WADDINGTON company? Also did their bit to keep up the British end in World War Two. Did they repurpose machinery or supplies? The way companies hinted to help with the Cova nineteen crisis like distilleries making hand sanitizer. No they contributed games but not just to keep up the morale during the war a fair few RAF Jockey's second dicky's to the flaming onion to the kite and praying sausage side. Just not understanding brand all well today. Was it slow? Frankie's pint? How's Your Father Harry Blind Deke? Did further back only the wall thickness on his betty. Harper's can in the buddy jets crashed behind enemy lines and ended up in. Pow camps is what I'm saying towing the line with the Geneva Convention. Germany allowed humanitarian aid groups like the Red Cross to distribute care packages to the prisoners. One category of permissible item was games and pastimes so the allies took strategic advantage of the opportunity. Using made up charities. They sent care packages to their. Pow's that make most prison escape. Plans look like a file victim of cake. That's shaped like a file. The games they sent over were secret escape kits complete with compasses metal files money and most importantly maps wait. You say surely the would look at the care packages before giving them to prisoners. They could look all they wanted. The Games looked perfectly normal inside game of monopoly were compasses and files disguised as game pieces. French German Italian banknotes were hidden underneath the monopoly play money. The board concealed secret maps. That would lead them into freedom. Alerting them to hazards and safe houses. Along the way the game cartons were marked with secret codes that represented each German prison camp. So that Emma I nine. The British Secret Service Unit specializing in evasion and escape would know which particular set was to go to which prison camp based on their reconnaissance of the camp and the needs of an escaping prisoner. But why monopoly? The game hadn't been on England's pleasant pastures for even a decade. It was still thoroughly American. Except maybe for the Scottie Dog. I guess the game wasn't the first consideration. The manufacturer was Waddington's was the only company to have perfected printing on silk. This detail would be critical. The material of the maps needed to be more resilient than paper not prone to tearing or subject to dissolving when wet but thin enough to be shoved in boot pocket cigarette pack etc at a second notice. Silk maps also. Don't make noise which is handy when you're trying to slip away into the night. Waddington's could print the cell and as it happened was the U K licensee for monopoly before going out on missions. Royal Airforce Airmen. Were told that if they were captured should look for monopoly games in their care packages. You would know if you had the escape Kit Version. If there was a small red dot on the free parking space which looked like nothing more than a tiny print error few copies of this lifesaving game exist today and for good reason. Soldiers were instructed to destroy the Games after that gotten all of the useful components out so the guards couldn't figure out how they'd escape which would endanger men at every other camp. The games were sent to monopoly. Games weren't the only vehicles used to conceal escape maps decks of cards snakes and ladders even pencils could conceal maps. British historians estimate that these special edition. Monopoly boards helped thousands of captured soldiers escaped from camps. A real get out of jail free card and that's where we run out of ideas at least for today believe it or not even in this highly technological age. The Celia uses specially designed board and CARD GAMES TO TRAIN. Its officers unlike other exercises that focus on the individual more games like these depend on teamwork. David clobber the CIA special senior collection analyst. Who launched the program in two thousand eight said that when people took the time to talk to one another they tended to win the tables where someone will go on their own or didn't collaborate until too late they couldn't catch up to the crises was a simulation of what we do but also teaching the importance of working together? Make you wonder who you're sitting across from that new board.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Forty nine the year of our miss Brooks that we are about to play so Carl last week we were talking about games this is a game that you said that you actually do have in your house because I asked you if you had the Napoli and you said you did not but you have any other games in my house I have games yeah I have you lan said Lou that's the one so clue of course the murder mystery game was released to the United States in nineteen forty nine Parker brothers of course the odds of the object of the game discover what who done it where and how the murder was committed writes a lot of fun so it is fun yeah it was devised by a man his name is Anthony Pratt he's from England of course since the game is cold it's been a lot of dated several times it's currently owned by Hasbro and now this is great now in two thousand eight has been redesigned it updated the board yeah characters the weapons the room right so the real volver is now a pistol now I don't know how that helps things Anne it's the same thing that's what I think of the lead pipe in the ranch they're gone they're gone but I understand and and a baseball bat an axe a dumbbell a trophy and poison have all been added dumbbell on the air like these so I'll try to call the only off the air so you know they take out a revolver in at an axe and a pistol I don't know if that means anything I mean a pistol or revolver cannons intimate so what's the point but nineteen forty nine was the year of clue yeah less than a year ago okay and you know what we have a commercial for its he has to be a.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Time acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire testifies Thursday at an open hearing she would launch an investigation the president did say he's hopeful he can release a transcript now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. got the best chance of rain is happening early this morning some though we still give very little rain out of this it's a hit or miss chance by this afternoon revealing a sunshine lower levels of humidity in only a high of eighty tonight down to fifty four tomorrow sunny and a high of seventy eight from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer catch mark newsradio seven hundred WLW and the radar is showing a line of showers right now moving across the tristate southeast Indiana parts of that area are seen rainfall especially in the areas in northern Kentucky even into south west Ohio Warren also claim on county starting to see more rain other areas seen a mostly cloudy sky right now our current temperature seventy degrees police about healthy or saying that a man suffered non life threatening injuries after being shot Sunday afternoon they respond. to the take a shop bar in the thirteen hundred block of Compton road where they found twenty three year old your son Abernathy who have been shot one time he was taken to UC Medical Center people or the police say they are looking for a black issue be that had five people inside for males and one female and that the victim may have been their target back in Ohio for the third time in the last two months president trump accompanied by Australian prime minister Scott Morrison toward a new manufacturing plant a Wapakoneta Sunday which is owned by Anthony Pratt and Australian billionaire who is chairman of Pratt industries trump speaking to a crowd in the factory a plus the two countries working together to create more jobs in the US. has played shows I said to invest many billions of dollars in the United States it's okay if you come back to Ohio you know you can keep coming back here to what I think we want to back to do another couple of. prime minister Morrison made mention of one famous Wapakoneta read of about while the conetta resident while talking to the crowd that is a very famous American that's come out of this wonderful town you all know it is now strong. an unemployment in the United States has not been as low as it is since Neil Armstrong walked on the moon the five hundred million dollar box making facility in Auglaize county is expected to create three hundred jobs in Ohio engine production has been halted at the D. Max plant in Montgomery County due to the United auto workers strike against General Motors the move affects more than five hundred Dayton area workers and leaving about three hundred or so plant workers engaged continuing functions at the drive in road facility in or a moraine nearly forty six thousand UAW members across the country walked off the job last week. radio seven hundred W. L. W.. sports here's a bangles update Frank gore scored on a one yard TD run with one fifty to go rallying the bills over the bangles twenty one to seventeen loss in Cincinnati down to and three on the season other AFC north action discourse brought to you by T. A. and Petro stopping centers a Los Angeles rams knock off Cleveland twenty to thirteen Kansas city out guns Baltimore thirty three twenty eight San Francisco wins at home over Pittsburgh twenty four to twenty Reds update Michael Conforto Homer do cap before run first inning is the man to beat the red six to three Conforto hits a three run Homer of losing pitcher Trevor Bauer build Edison seven hundred W. one of your sports aren't accepted as a five o'clock I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W.. went to bank when and where and how you want dinner he banking is for you convenience security mobility all the things you need in one day no matter your age the banking is definitely for you come in today and learn about the benefits of E. banking at bank of Clark County..
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"South of Kirby Avenue Ohio so another visit from president Donald Trump on Sunday and he was accompanied by a foreign leader well the in Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison toward a new manufacturing facility in Wapakoneta which is owned by Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt the chairman of Pratt industries trump speaking to a crowd on hand at the factory said his administration is creating new jobs the Buckeye state election we've created more than six million new jobs we've created nearly ninety thousand new jobs right here in Ohio and almost one quarter of those jobs are in the manufacturing which everybody said will never come back the new box making facility in Auglaize county is projected to create three hundred jobs Amanda shot about healthy Sunday afternoon in a release police say they responded to the take a shot bar in the thirteen hundred block of Compton road and they found twenty three year old to sign Abernathy Saban shot one time Abernathy was taken to UC Medical Center and is said to have suffered non life threatening injuries police say they are looking for a black SUV that for males and one female inside and that the victim may have been targeted by those inside the vehicle while skies are cloudy clouding up now across the tri state the area had the chance to see the international space station pass by this weekend for those who looked up at seven fifty eight Friday night eight forty seven Saturday night and last night at seven fifty eight for about five minutes they would have seen the space station moving across the sky looking similar to an airplane but moving much faster or a very bright star. news radio seven hundred W. L. W.. sports the bangles update Frank gore scored on a one yard TD run with one fifty to go rallying the bills over the bangles twenty one.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To come after this. this is news radio seven hundred WLW. I think and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati. chopper turns the Buckeye state and champions jobs with the two o'clock report I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now back in Ohio for the third time in the last two months president trump accompanied by Australian prime minister Scott Morrison toward a new manufacturing facility a mapa Kannada which is owned by Anthony Pratt in Australian billionaire who is chairman of private industries from speaking to a crowd in the factory applauded the two countries working together to create more jobs in the US. has played jazz I said to address many billions of dollars in the United States okay if you come back to Ohio you know you can keep coming back here do what I think we want to back to do another couple of. prime minister Morrison made mention of one famous while picking at a residence resident while talking to the crowd that is a very famous American that's come out of this wonderful town you all know it is now strong. an unemployment in the United States has not been as low as it is it's it's Neil Armstrong walked on the moon the fifty million dollar box making facility in Auglaize county is expected to create three hundred new jobs in Ohio. now the latest traffic and weather together right now not seen any reports of accidents or delays but keep in mind I seventy five north and south bound between the town street and Ronald Reagan highly exit this exits there are various lane closures until six this morning album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com will increase tonight as a chance of rain moves in overnight and a cold front approaches a low of seventy we keep scattered showers around for the first half of Monday which is the first day of fall sunshine in the afternoon with a high of seventy eight from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist sherry Hughes newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. radar showing a cloudy sky in our current temperature seventy five degrees one person was killed after a crash in Fairfield Sunday afternoon involving a motorcycle an S. U. V. the person on the bike was traveling south on south Gilmore road before two o'clock this afternoon Sunday afternoon it collided with the other vehicle which was turning on to restore wrote the motorcyclist was transported to mercy hospital where they were later pronounced dead. it's about healthy are saying a man suffered non life threatening injuries after being shot Sunday afternoon they responded to the take a shop bar in the thirteen hundred block of Compton road what they found twenty three year old to Sean Abernathy with one gunshot wound Abernathy was taken to UC Medical Center police are looking for a black SUV that had for males and one female inside that the victim may have been their target. engine production has been halted at the demon explain a moraine due to the United auto workers strike against General Motors the move is affecting more than five hundred Dayton area workers leaving about three hundred or so plant workers and gazing continuing functions at the dried in road facility nearly forty six thousand UAW members across the country walked off the job last week it could happen to me then you. Homer Simpson one of the people presenting at the seventy first Emmy awards on the fox network last night it was a big night for HBO game of thrones one outstanding drama series last week tonight with John Oliver won the Emmy for outstanding variety talk series in Chernobyl won for outstanding limited series some other winners Amazon's flea bag one outstanding comedy also NBC Saturday Night Live took home the Emmy for outstanding variety series. news radio seven hundred W. L. W.. sports the bangles update Frank gore scored on a one yard TD run with one fifty to go rallying the bills over the bangles twenty one to seventeen loss in Cincinnati down to and three on the season other AFC north action discourse brought to you by T. A. and Petro stopping centers a Los Angeles rams knock off Cleveland twenty to thirteen Kansas city out guns Baltimore thirty three twenty eight San Francisco wins at home over Pittsburgh twenty four to twenty Reds update Michael Conforto Homer to cap before run first inning is the man to beat the red six to three Conforto hits a three run Homer of losing pitcher Trevor Bauer build Edison seven hundred WLW sports our next update is at two thirty I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W.. the copper head snake. it uses before attacking. but that's not a Cooper and that's the sort of an RV fresh water tank over flowing into the black one which is backing into their vent pipe making for a very different kind of the. when the rooms just in time for talk all night it's one of the there when it gets too while progressive as you already covered call today at progressive dot com progressive casualty insurance company affiliates. 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"anthony pratt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Job last week president trump an Australian prime minister Scott Morrison were and what the kinetic to tour a new manufacturing facility owned by Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt prime minister Morrison addressed the crowd on hand at the factory and it is best to pronounce the town's name it's great to be here in. now it's right to be here. in what what part Kaneda is that right. what can I know you think I do a little bit better than that Pratt industries which has facilities in Springfield Mason in the was pro Lewisburg says it is the US is fifth largest packaging company and the world's largest privately held one hundred percent recycled paper and packaging company the new facility in Auglaize county is expected to create three hundred jobs the seventy first Emmy awards were handed out in Los Angeles Sunday night with one big upset to many one of the big surprises on the night came in the best comedy actress category flea bag creator and star Phoebe Waller bridge winning over Julia Louis Dreyfus who was seen as a favorite for the last season of Veep and had she won she would set a record for most any wins by an actor or actress this comedy actor went to berries bill hater and that's limited series went to HBO's Chernobyl A. B. C.'s chase the natives in a big night for H. B. O.'s game of thrones won for outstanding drama series Peter Dinklage won for outstanding Supporting Actor in a drama series for his role as Tyrion Lannister. radio seven hundred W. L. W.. sports here's a bangles update Frank gore scored on a one yard TD run with one fifty to go rallying the bills over the bangles twenty one.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The U. S. then to relax the sanctions or allow that economic aid to flow through ABC's Connor Finnigan. now the latest traffic and weather together accidents still being reported absent Avenue at ridge Avenue in Oakley also road construction going on overnight I seventy five north and southbound lanes between town street in the Ronald Reagan highway exits various lane closures there until six this morning album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com. tonight as a chance of rain moves in overnight and a cold front approaches a low of seventy we keep scattered showers around for the first half of Monday which is the first day of fall sunshine in the afternoon with a high of seventy eight from your severe weather station I am nine first warning meteorologist sherry Hughes newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. rate are currently showing us a mostly clear sky our current temperature is seventy five degrees news is a service of progressive insurance and IDA providing truck insurance for over forty years one person has died after crash in Fairfield Sunday afternoon that involved a motorcycle an S. U. V. the person on the bike was traveling south on south Gilmore road be for two o'clock game collided with the other vehicle which was turning on to restore road the motorcyclist was transported to mercy hospital where they were later pronounced dead. engine production has been halted at the D. Max plant at in in moraine due to the United auto workers strike against General Motors the move affects more than five hundred Dayton area workers leaving about three hundred or so plant workers engaged in continuing functions at the dried in road facility nearly forty six thousand UAW members nationwide walked off the job last week president trump an Australian prime minister Scott Morrison were and what the kinetic to tour a new manufacturing facility owned by Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Involving the president both professionally and personally go to court ABC's John stand to G. on the ABC podcast start here with Brad milky. ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. W.. overnight otherwise mostly cloudy low of seventy Monday the first day of fall starts with scattered showers but the sunshine and cooler temperatures settle in for the afternoon high seventy eight from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist sherry Hughes news radio seven hundred W. L. W. radar showing a clear sky right now or temperature seventy five degrees a report of an accident at it's an Avenue at ridge currently about healthy police say a man suffered non life threatening injuries after being shot Sunday afternoon they responded to take a shop bar in the thirteen hundred block of Compton road to find twenty three year old your son Abernathy had been shot once Abernathy was taken to UC Medical Center police are looking for a black SUV that for males and one female inside they believe the attack was planned by those in the vehicle president trump making a stop in Ohio Sunday along with Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison to tore a manufacturing facility in mob Kannada which is owned by Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt chairman of pride industries the president telling a crowd he's happy that the two nations are working together we celebrate the extraordinary economic partnership between our nations we proudly declare that Pratt industries and this great great state of Ohio. is open for business all. the new five hundred million dollar bond speaking facility in Auglaize county is expected to create three hundred jobs it was a celebration of television as the seventy first Emmy awards was held Sunday night several H. B. O. shows taking home hardware game of thrones one outstanding drama series last week tonight with John Oliver won the Emmy for outstanding variety talk series in Chernobyl won for outstanding limited series other winners Amazon's flea bag one outstanding comedy and N. B. C.'s Saturday Night Live won for outstanding variety series news radio seven hundred W. L. W.. sports the bangles update Frank gore scored on a one yard TD run with one fifty to go rallying the bills over the bangles twenty one to seventeen loss in Cincinnati down to and three on the season other AFC north action discourse brought to you by T. A. and Petro stopping centers a Los Angeles rams knock off Cleveland twenty to thirteen Kansas city out guns Baltimore thirty three twenty eight San Francisco wins at home over Pittsburgh twenty four to twenty Reds update Michael Conforto Homer to cap a four run first inning is the man to beat the red six to three Conforto hits a three run Homer of losing pitcher Trevor Bauer build Edison seven hundred WLW sports our next update is at one o'clock I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W.. Hey it's me Harley owner window nation you know it's important to us that our customers are comfortable with your purchase and my brother Eren agrees right Aaron definitely we want to win this be a perfect fit.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Joplin a musical influences like Aretha Franklin and a James and Nina Simone get tickets for the shows and more at the Warner theatre box office or live nation dot com. do you. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati growing concerns over the climate with the eleven o'clock report on Sean Gallagher breaking now the past five years have been the warmest on record this according to a new study from global climatologists this study by the world meteorological organization found that the last five years between twenty fourteen and twenty nineteen what the warmest on record with sea levels are rising significantly the scientist behind reports recommend intensifying carbon cutting off its immediately the biggest threat was found to be in the oceans with rising temperatures ending up in the seas causing a profound effect on melting ice rates around sixty heads of state are expected to attend climate talks in New York the teenage Swedish actress Greta Twinsburg who led the biggest climate protests around the world in recent years will address the summit to mimic fallen ABC news of the foreign desk in London. now the latest traffic and weather together reports of a few accidents wanted second street at walnut also Harrison a Montana Avenue reporting an accident and also I two seventy by five west bound at the U. S. fifty two Kellogg Avenue exit a report of an accident they're album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com. tonight as a chance of rain moves in overnight and a cold front approaches a low of seventy we keep scattered showers around for the first half of Monday which is the first day of fall sunshine in the afternoon with a high of seventy eight from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist sherry Hughes newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. rate are still showing a clear sky our current temperature is seventy seven degrees in his third visit to Ohio in less than two months president trump accompanied by Australian prime minister Scott Morrison visited a new manufacturing plant in Auglaize county which is owned by Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt chairman a Prat industries was also big supporter of trump the box making facility a mob Connecticut's expected to create three hundred jobs police about healthy say a man suffered non life threatening injuries after being shot this afternoon they responded to take a shot bar in the thirteen hundred block of Compton row to find twenty three year old just Sean Abernathy had been shot once he was taken to UC Medical Center police are looking for a black SUV that had for males and one female inside and that may have then that the suspect may have been targeted by them the Reds fell to the mat six three this afternoon a great American ball park they will come in the Milwaukee Brewers as they finish up their final home stand twenty nineteen beginning Tuesday night first pages at six forty the bangles rallying from fourteen nothing down in buffalo this afternoon and taking a seventeen forty lead in the fourth quarter but the bills were able to score the minute fifty four left and held on to beat Cincinnati twenty one to seventeen other scores in the AFC north the chief speed through the cheese beat the ravens thirty three twenty eight and the Steelers fall to the forty Niners twenty four twenty the bangles now in three will take on the in three Steelers in Pittsburgh next Monday night our next update is at eleven thirty I'm John Gallagher newsradio seven hundred WLW. Hey it's Erin and Harley owners one donation last week I saw a sign.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The bangles line tomorrow night lots to talk about with lance and lap starting about to six so five at your home of the Bengals newsradio seven hundred W. automobile. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L.. Cincinnati the president back to the Buckeye state with the ten thirty report I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now president trump making a stop in Ohio today along with Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison to Torah manufacturing facility a mop of Canada that is owned by Australian billionaire Anthony Pratt chairman a Prat industries the president making remarks flouted the two nations coming together today we celebrate the extraordinary economic partnership between our nations we proudly declare that Pratt industries and this great great state of Ohio. is open for business all. hundred million dollar box making facility in Auglaize county is expected to create three hundred jobs your life first warning weather forecast for tonight will see an increase in clouds at a chance of showers and storms overnight but a thirty percent chance a low of seventy one for Monday a chance of showers and storms early then gradually clearing throughout the day a high of eighty one your Tuesday sunny with highs in the lower eighties right now it is seventy seven degrees as we are under a clear sky. one person has died after crash in Fairfield on Sunday are today a motorcyclist was killed this afternoon after colliding with an S. U. V. in Fairfield the person on the bike was traveling south on south Gilmore road before two o'clock this afternoon he collided with the other vehicle turning into on to restore wrote the motorcyclist was transported to mercy hospital where they were pronounced dead the Reds fell to the mat six three this afternoon a great American ball park they welcome in the Milwaukee Brewers to finish up their final home stand of twenty nineteen Tuesday with first pitch at six forty the bangles rally from fourteen nothing down to take a seventeen fourteen late in the fourth quarter today but the Buffalo Bills scored with a minute fifty four left and held on to beat the bangles twenty one seventeen Cincinnati now in three will visit the only three Pittsburgh Steelers next Monday night our next update is at eleven o'clock I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. is your home basement or crawlspace foundation like a leaking down when it rains call the certified specialist at value drive waterproofing dot com for a free inspection value dry waterproofing will outline a warranty solution to manage the water entering your home unpleasant smells and allergens making their.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And we knew that they were gonna be hungry coming in here and we're gonna get the best shot the Packer's offense was just two for nine on third downs despite their twenty seven sixteen win over the Broncos at Lambeau field in Green Bay Doug Russell WTMJ sports the Packers have a short week of practice before hosting the Philadelphia Eagles Thursday night one person is in custody after a deadly shooting a Milwaukee's northwest side police were called around three this morning to fifty fifth and Keith police say twenty nine year old woman was killed their investigation is ongoing police offensive Anya acted quickly after learning about a threat to two schools in the Hazelton school district authorities say they were not going to wait until Monday morning to do something and to the suspect in after getting a tip about a manifesto that detail pipe bombs and shooting plants ABC Stephanie Rommel's reports. of all schools or sorry. sorry for what making a bad joke but police say Christian deals threats were serious the twenty year old was arrested Saturday night for allegedly threatening to use pipe bombs and conduct a mass shooting at an elementary and high school in Hazleton Pennsylvania authorities say they received a tip about the alleged plot officers even considering closing the schools if they didn't have a suspect in custody by Monday police say it took twelve hours to apprehend deal who tonight is in jail and being held without bail that was a B. C. Stephanie Rommel's reporting president trump in Ohio visiting Pratt industries it with Australian prime minister Scott Morrison the business owned by Australian billionaire and cardboard king Anthony Pratt Pratt gave trump and more so the tour the paper mill before they spoke to the crowd gathered inside trump says his tax cuts help bring us some of the jobs to that plan to Ohio Pratt industries is creating five.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Clear choice when they're looking for something a little higher level so we do work for clear choice and yes. I would say a pretty much everything coming to us from clear choice is <music> own for now. I'm we did <hes> is it. Paulo mailo paulo may low on a episode five seventy one a lot of people. He's is the inventor of on for is that. Is that a husband or or not really in my mind he at least gets credit for the invention. Whenever i hear all four palo mallow is is the man i think of yeah so i agree yes and it's but yeah you go anywhere around the world. A lot of people call all on for a halo doctor. Pal melo outta the lisbon portugal and <hes>. Do you think clear choices. I'm getting bigger and bigger. I mean how how do you think that businesses working out from what i can tell from friends that are associated with clear choice doing actually quite well so oh yes because they do market so much like you said it helps everybody because they do market but i think clear choices actually doing quite well yeah and and we're seeing clear choice copies popping up all over the place to yeah and they're doing quite well because what's the the reverse of that. The dentists aren't doing well on the average new car. Price in america is thirty three thousand five hundred sixty dollars according to two different sources kelley blue book and u._s._a. Today and on average the average american owned by thirteen new cars by age seventy six years old source anthony pratt poke director of forecasting thing yet ninety five percents dennis will never sell one case.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Dollars car. And meanwhile, she's gotta ask for the patient to give it thirty five thousand dollars. The patient says, you know what? I'm not really. Sure, but I'd like to start on the right hand side, that he says. No, it's all or nothing if you're the dentist, you'd be more than happy to start on the right side. And so you have no way of doing that. So a whole bunch of treatment does not get accepted, because it gets handed off to somebody that hasn't been trained, and then it is up to revenue well in our case to go after it. So we have two different modules to be able to go out after that business. One of them is an actual treatment plan. Follow up module where you can set up a cadence, and you can say, anything you want, and that includes procedures teeth numbers and codes and it includes patient education videos from Casey to be able to continue what's going on in the practice. So I've never been to your practice, but Kathy bro. Delle says alot Kathy I love her is she in South Dakota. St. is so she's a great friend of mine, then we have very similar philosophy on how things work. And so if a patient says knows treatment a dental office rarely would make a phone call. And if they will, it's only on top cases, and when they make a phone call to have really nothing to show, and when they have nothing to show its visual people how you're gonna get your case done. So I've never been to your practice, but I'm sure you have a monitor in front of your patience. Right. Right. Where you might show digital x Ray intro Cameron design that for my office. She's a very smart lady. She's a, she's a genius. And she did that for me twenty years ago. But I would interject one thing when you said, presented thirty five thousand hundred plans, half my home you just lost the night. What is he talking about? He's in rich Miami. I'm in porcelain, Kansas. Hey, according to Kelley blue book value USA today, and Anthony, Pratt of the director of forecasting, the average. American will buy thirteen new cars before their seventy six years old with the mean median average price at thirty three thousand five hundred sixty so everyone. And so then I go look at my homeys and ninety five percent on practice or whole career without even doing one of these thirty three thousand dollars cases because they nobody has the money but all their patients will buy thirteen cars, and then buy aid seventy four twenty percent of Americans don't even have a single tooth, and it's the dentist are thinking with their brakes on, and they even the first to tell you man, I ate sales. I hate presenting treatment. I didn't go to school eight years to sell something is Alex salesman. Alex is salesman. Absolutely at Alex is sales that has the most successful customers and Alex knows that in order to be successful. You have to ask for it. And if you don't ask for it, you will never get it. And if you prequalify your customer, that is the number one mistake you'll ever make in the. The whole entire world. Because when I go out looking for a car, I will I by th WalMart, and I will buy myself a champion twenty two dollar sweatsuit and seven dollars. Nico is and I will walk in and I will walk out with the thirty five thousand dollar car. Maybe not a thirty five thousand but I will walk out with the three hundred dollar payment and thirty five thousand.
"anthony pratt" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Anthony, Pratt poke Drucker a forecasting, and so when you look at the two hundred eleven thousand Americans have active license to practice dentistry today. Ninety five percent of them will never do one case that their patient base will spend on a new car. So so why wait a dentist even if he's in rural America, and he says, these farmers don't have any money and then. You go to the grocery store, and everybody's driving a forty thousand dollar f one fifty or sixty thousand dollar f to fifty I remember I was in Texas my daughter loss. Aw, an F three fifty truck for ninety thousand dollars in when she saw hall home is gone. That's the most beautiful. So why is it and be Ville, Texas that people spend forty sixty or one hundred thousand dollars on a Ford truck, and then that the dentist that treats them thinks that they'll never spend that on on their mouth. Mindset thing 'cause you go into any of these parts of the country. And I mean, unless you know, unless everyone living under a bridge, which is not the case, you're gonna find people spinning as much on their truck or more as you've already pointed out than they spend on their teeth. And most of that is then it's just not telling them what the options are. And of course, not advertising public about most of these services. So it's usually minds that problem is not it's not a problem with the customer. You know? So there's those people are buying those crazy trucks beverage destructive all kinds of class just as much as a mouthful dentistry. And I certainly wouldn't want to go to a doctor that didn't give me all my options. I mean, I saw this Dylan HBO where Cuba is the lead country on lung cancer and patience on the United States is running about a five percent five years of operating Huber's at a twenty five percent. And the doctors, you know, very few. Doctors name, by the way, have you would you think about just flying to Havana? I mean, I would leave the US healthcare system in a minute. If I thought I'd find times greater success rating, Cuba and clear toys, given there's two types of dentists that always live in fear and scarcity in the skies falling and then those that think hope growth in abundance, and I remember when clear choice, Phoenix, Arizona half the special like, oh, my not, you know, they're gonna they're gonna steal all business in the other half is like my God. They're on TV all day every day. Now, I'm having my routine. Patients say to me have you seen those commercials. Can you do that? And it's like my gosh, I was looking at Clare choice like a rising tide lifts all boats, and any of my homies that wanna come into the Phoenix market and do a million dollars a year and television advertising is my new best friend. Exactly, you know, you just add this debate. You know, we'd always hammer on the ADA. Let's have a national advertising plan for dentistry while blah, blah. Well, these guys have done far better job and implant awareness, anything we've done this profession. So in these markets where you have them advertising. This everybody does more cases, you know, it's beautiful. If you've got them in your market, you need to be running after the case was too because they're generating business where everybody really are. It was me goring Christian rich Matto of the matter report, and oh my gosh. Woody oakes. The problem is all went to the American dental sociation. We all met down there with the president other people tell them about this need for national advertising campaign. And you know, what they didn't. They said, okay. So they put together a committee. They put together a budget the Perry. Honest, three years later could not agree on the on the script of a sixty seven. Marshall and the eight people they don't want the executive actor doesn't wanna call out their homeys. But they're like these these guys could never agree on what a commercials should say. We're as free enterprise how long it takes clergy's to go from writing scripting, filming a commercial. A.