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What the Trent Brown trade tells us about Bill Belichick’s thinking
"Notable today trent brown. The you know pro bowl top you know. Left tackle offensive tackle in the entire. Nfl when the top guys on they traded him back to the patriots this interesting he was unhappy clearly The raiders were unhappy clearly because he's barely played so even while the raiders had like this dominant offense align at times. Trent brown was even playing for them. Sometimes you know last year. I feel like he barely played due to injuries and everything else. So the raiders weren't appreciate the effort. They felt like he could push through some of that probably. They felt like he was out of shape. You know Might may i came out and said that that when he's in shape and healthy is one of the best hackles ofo ball when he's not he's no good for you so My assumption is my guess of. I had to predict out. Trent brown will be entirely healthy next year. Because he's a patriot now and so he will not do injury concerns. He won't have all these issues because he's happy because he thinks he's on a winning team. No surprise surprise. Trent brown the patriots wearing good last year. The patriots. don't even have a quarterback sir. They don't if he can't come back. That's great but bro. You don't even know your protection. You don't even know how this even the plow because they didn't play out so hot last year now another get a lot of players back that You know took a year off because of covid. I fully assume. Bill belichick is anna. Start to repair this team. The best he can But you know the they're left guard go. I believe they decided to franchise tag him. That'll be interesting. But this always you know as a raiders fan. This kind of stuff always annoys me because players leave the traded with ever. They go to another team. Take the pay cut because he was getting paid. More with the raiders. That was annoys move. Obviously the raiders always play pay. You know a bonus they always have to pay up compared to other teams especially a successful team like the patriots so right so okay that comes with the territory. Donate to play the game. I respect that. And then you know. I hate when these guys on twitter and they started. Tweet tweeting my. They're so happy so excited. It gives me those antonio brown vibes when he left the raiders. So yeah that's it's frustrating but listen term row with some non baloch patriots at which But it's raiders all
"baloch" Discussed on Criminal
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Is Apples New Ad Tracking Block The End of Paid Ads?
"Wanna start by explaining. What exactly is happening. Technically and what the user experience will be now with this new ios fourteen update. I this affects anybody on ios. That means anybody using any kind of mobile or tablet device from apple iphone. That's ipad any mobile device. That has iowa's now. You might be saying well. Is that a lot of people. In most western countries. Apple has half or more of the market share when it comes to mobile devices so that means anybody who's visiting a website or a facebook ad. That's using an apple device. They're gonna get this prompt. This prompt is actually asking your users. Feel the vizier. Website visit Let's say facebook for example because they're running ads or using the facebook app. Hey do wanna be tracked around the internet because these websites these Entities these apps have tracking pixels. The allow them to track your whereabouts retarget youth. Throw ads at you. That's why if you go to a website and then go to facebook later on. You'll see ads for that website. So many people are starting to see these pop. Ups says hey. Do you want to be tracked or not and most people going to be. No i don't want to be tracked hate ads or at least they hate the idea of ads on top of that allowing for you set up in your preferences that you block all tracking on all apps and websites so you don't have to answer that prompt every single time. That means that we'll never see an ad from you. So why is apple. Doing this will. Apple is really doubling and tripling down on privacy and security. This has been their main game for a very long time. A lot of people. Choose to use an iphone because of it security. I do that. I mean there are a lot of advantages to iphone. But that's the number one advantage is that it's very hard to hack because of the privacy And all the security that they put into the hardware and the software now many people from tech crunch to forbes have said this is going to greatly affect facebook's actual business google's actual business because their whole business is serving ads. That's how they make money so if you a customer of a product won't be served ads or can't be tracked then the business trying to attract you or try to serve is not going to see the benefit of running ads. They're going to be like. Hey i can't track conversions. i can't Serve these adds to the right people. What's the whole point of digital marketing. If i can't do that for everybody who's on ios. It's such a big deal that i saw propped inside my facebook ads account recently explains hey by the way. Your are just not gonna performance. Well you're not going to see conversions for all the people you're serving and in fact you can't even target the right people because of this new apple up and go head to head and say we are not happy with apple now in true apple fashion. They're going to double down right. In fact there are even whispers that they might baloch apps that actually track users and serve them ads because of it like actually blocked the app from the app store. Meaning you won't be able to use the facebook app unless facebook changes the app so doesn't track you anymore. Obviously facebook is now going to be like. Hey forget it. We're not going to change it. Deal with the apple. No they will not deal with that concept. They can't afford not being in the apple app store and have all the high. Os users have facebook on their phones. That's never going to happen. They're going to have to change their business model in some way. So what does this all mean for you. As a business now for many businesses they grow with a marketing strategy called. Pay dad's right. You pay facebook as facebook. Show these ads to people that look like this that visit my website that are lookalike audiences and i want you to track if they actually convert they actually sign up for my newsletter if the by product that's how a facebook ad works and essentially. That's how google ads work as well like you have to be able to track a conversion which means you're putting a tracking pixel in your website on the in the code of your web site now. Guess what if you have these tracking pixels on your website. Apple will know and when people visit that site. They'll get prompt more so fewer blocking tracking when they go to facebook to see or ahead very. You're paying france and focusing on facebook. Right they won't see a big they blocked tracking and therefore you will not be able to see conversions target the right people and essentially for ios users paid advertising is going to be equivalent to a billboard on street where you know. It's out there. You know people can see it but you really can know who seeing it or see if people actually saw it or converted later on so the appeal of pay dance as really dropped since this news has dropped now. I believe that there will be a shift in pay dance. There will be a different way to do it. It's not going away. Marketing will never go away. And the most part large companies will still dump money into facebook and google ads because hey it's exposure it's awareness. It's cheaper than tv or radio or billboards but facebook and google. We'll see a significant hit. A will pull their money out because small businesses. That's their bread and butter. And it's just not gonna make any sense small businesses. Now you might be saying. Hey omar this is just iowa's devices what about everybody else well. The problem is that apple tends to go first. They tend to lead people. I the do something. And then the market follows maroon. The iphone removed the headphone jack from all their mobile phones. Well guess what. All the other manufacturers followed suit a year or two later just now in the latest iphone. Twelve release apple sorta shipping their phones without a charger. People thought this is ridiculous. A few months later samsung l. g. y. Alway all these other manufacturers have announced that their new phones will not come with chargers they own so much of the market share that the influence so much of the market so if they make a major move most likely others will follow. So should you pull your money off pay. Dan's won't. I'm not gonna tell you to do this. Because everybody's paid advertising strategies a different. How well you're converting You should monitor ads for sure super super closely to see for converting as high for spending more money. If it's going to be harder for you to target the right people that's rule number one number two. You should definitely think of a longterm strategy to spend more resources on content marketing. Were you own the traffic versus where you borrow the traffic with pay dance. This means you know starting a youtube channel. Starting a podcast Really growing your blog investing in seal so people are coming to your website. Coming to your resources you make investments With time and energy and talent but then you reap the benefits in the long run and then you really own that whole ecosystem now. of course you're building upon some platforms like youtube. You know you don't own youtube. But they have such a good distribution channel. It's worth that risk. Same thing with podcasts. In fact podcasts role. Safer because you own the actual feed you own. The files You just distribute your Your actual episodes on feeds like apple or spotify with youtube. Actually upload the video straight to youtube so That's why a lot of people are actually building their own channels on their website using something like with cs channels so. There's a lot of things you can do. But you should start now because things will start rapidly changing in the paid advertising space. Now if you're asking hey what are you going to do. Well we're definitely going to be taking a little bit of a break from paid advertising. We're going to ease up a little bit. Because for us we really need to see the conversions in order for us to build optimize these ads and be able to make them effective. And if we can't do that for people on ios is gonna be really hard to make sure we're spending our money wisely now having said that you definitely still can use paid ads. We'll still use paid dance. Four awareness for driving traffic to our website for launches the steel is going to be careful. I don't need to track anybody. I don't need to put tracking pixels for this. I can just create an ad and drive traffic to my site. I'm not really worried about conversions. More for i wanted to get awareness about my product my services my new thing my new feature or a new blog post were you can use adds to drive traffic to your content. Your content marketing.
Pakistan Stock Exchange Attack in Karachi Leaves Several Dead
"Now where there has been an armed attack on the country Stock exchange in the port city off Karachi. Sarkozy is head of admin and security at the stock exchange and was one of the few employees not working from home today because of covert 19 He was 500 feet away from the attack. The human had two minutes past 10 There was a terrorist attack. They were four terrorists. They stopped their car. Buy the stock exchange barrier, but our guards stopped them straightaway. They fired at the guards. Two of our guards were injured police vehicles and our personnel were also there. That's where the fight took place in ST Ary. Two of the terrorists were killed. That was an eye witness accounts. Let's speak to Ferhat Savard. Her joins us live from the Capitol off Pakistan. Islamabad Just give us some more details about what happened today in Karachi. Science. It was early in the morning when four men armed with a hand green air automatically bicycles and some ammunition. They tried to enter Pakistan Stock Exchange Building, which is located in a high security zone in the port city of Karachi, which is defined and shall have both the country as well. So they try to enter the man compound, which were were like hundreds. Office's off different financial institutions. Those Pakistan are located and that any normal day on any normal day it can hold up to 1000 people in that compound. So today it was a working day and these four men try to enter this compound, but luckily they were supported and stopped at the access gate, and they were Killed there so they couldn't enter that area. But he says that Including four armed men, two security guards of a private company who were on duty at the building and one police officer. They have been killed during this operation, and so the total number is seven. Police has also confirmed that they are collecting witnesses. They have identified one of the person who was killed and Baloch Liberation Army, which is a band militants outlet in the southwestern province of Pakistan. Catch clamp responsibility. Yes, tell us a little bit about Thiss organization that has claimed responsibility. Of this, It's basically it's not broach groups. Ah, one off one of such groups, which has long running insurgency for a separate homeland in the greater share of resources in Pakistan's approach province, So this organization was established in 19 seventies, but but it came to light and it got prominence in Late 2000 so on and started attacking different security personnel. Different security installations are not only in Balochistan province Sandy but also in other parts of the country as well. But last 3 to 4 years we have seen a surgeon in the attacks they conduct against the security forces in 2000 for Pakistan declared it as abandoned. A terrorist organization and which was followed by AH Britain British government in 2006 and just last year, the US government has also prescribed this organization as a terrorist terrorist outlet. Wei don't hear very much about the war for independence in Baluchestan. It really is ah, a 10 attention that between Baluchistan and the capital Islamabad and continues Teo to rear its head from time to time. Yes, we have. Ah, it happens like as you just said that like from starting from 19 seventies. They have been time and there was quite a lot of insurgency and Baluchistan province. That time it pulls its lowest moments as well. But ah for the for the last couple of years, especially after their operations against the militant started. In the other part ofthe Pakistan special Northwestern areas of you have seen a surgeon insurgency in blood dishonest well. There are many groups which which demand Agreed to share in the source of this Pakistan and declared that since blood test area lies. Pakistan is the biggest province of Pakistan. So it's it is very resourceful as well. But the blood people in Balochistan province quite often complain about their resources, not not given to them as a priority and there which are given to other province of this Pakistan one major reason Okay way we will leave it there for half devil joining us live from Islam
Pakistani police say an attack is underway on the stock exchange building in the country's financial hub of Karachi
"Police in Karachi, so there's been a militant attack on the Pakistani stock exchange. They say all four Attackers have been killed. Some police officers and security guards are also feared dead. Vilma give ring has the details. Pakistan Stock Exchange has offices for hundreds of financial institutions. Soon after the day's business began, four armed men burst inside, armed with grenades and automatic rifles and opened fire. Most people managed to escape or hide inside locked rooms. Officials say the security forces are now back in control of the buildings on carrying out a room to room search. Members of a militant group from Pakistan's Baluchistan province say they organized the attack. They're fighting a long running battle against the government demanding a separate homeland for the Baloch, a distinct
"baloch" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Box electrical you can see in that bright box electrical dot com or give a call for all four to five to thirty nine hundred let's go back to the phones for all four eight seven two zero seven fifty let's talk to Jack in Cartersville Jack you are on the home fix it show hello Jack I'm doing fine thank you so much for taking my call younger alive today yeah we're doing fine doing great great great I got I'm gonna ask you about your products hopefully he has evolved a barn doors on my my garage not a roll up door bar goes do you do openers Baloch yeah Jack there there's a these would bar doors they're gonna swing outwards is that correct yes yes yes right right there is a there there is a the motor mechanism that that pushes can can push those doors open and close you know right the one thing you want to be cautious others if anything's blocking those doors and let's say could you imagine us getting a snow storm down here in Atlanta that that's more than one inch in the stacked up in front of your door it's going to that's going to keep the doors from opening yeah we have to come out and take a look at your application specifically and and make sure that we can motor operate that but we've done that many times in the past all right good deal and the second bank I've seen I can't member outside a screen panel that you can pull down the aisle so ordinary or two car garage without those separate in the middle the spring battle pulled down it's got a roll over at each corner and it pulled down like a big panel ever you open up the garage right and it's got a door in the middle of it do you all the love we do we do for some for some reason people like to hang out and watch TV in their garage and like the the S. S. screen where they can have the fresh air and the bugs have access to that that refrigerator in the garage and it's it's a it's a good day yes but we do we do we do provide that no I don't object as well excellent very good thanks to the call Jack they do it all if it has to do is it fair to say that has to do with your garage door you guys do it that's fair yeah very fair to say no matter what yes all right four oh four eight seven two zero seven fifty is a numbers ten forty seven we're gonna almost call ten forty eight we're gonna go the traffic center catch Floyd off guard early hello traffic yeah now I'm here waiting ready to go for traffic here the glory carrier W. S. B. twenty four hour traffic center we've got our ongoing road work with this beautiful day out there was that no major will reign over ones out there on thirty five north on we've got two left lanes blocked with road work there two right lanes blocked southbound around whole parkway and that is causing heavy delays between south Cobb drive and I. twenty on the west side and we're also looking in ville reckon temple on I. twenty east and westbound SR on going roadworks there between exits twenty four and nineteen and we're seeing her every delays over in those areas as well I'm forty one ninety five point five W. S. B. I'm shell to action news meteorologist Brad Nitz with that is most accurate and dependable.
"baloch" Discussed on KCRW
"For having me this story of can deal Baloch was a harrowing one that gripped her home country of Pakistan she was a social media star ambitious beautiful and daring her posts were often sexy for many in Pakistan scandalous that included own large family though they welcome the money she sent home yet all that fame could not protect can deal from a tragic end in twenty sixteen one of her brothers murdered her in what's known as an honor killing she was just twenty six journalists Sinama her is now out with a book on cayenne deals life and death she joins us from Karachi welcome thank you for having me tell us more about can deal and social media persona which could be quite risque in what is a socially conservative country that's absolutely right can deal was one of the first social media celebrities that we had in Pakistan she became famous for are the videos that she would post online to platforms like Facebook Instagram and Twitter and the videos in the photographs the self is that she put up there were mixed bag I mean just sort of ordinary things she bought a new dress and she would put it on and she'd ask do I look sexy she would make videos about her thoughts on everything from politicians to movies to her crushes on certain cricketers so we like to watch her we like to make fun of her we like to see how this young woman was just expressing herself and she became famous for doing pretty much that plague just entertaining us hello there were other people want women online at the time what was it about can deal what was the thing that push your right to we do have a lot more women that we're seeing online now doing the sorts of things that she did I think that she created a blueprint for the social media celebrity over here and back to sign because at the time that she became famous we weren't really seeing a lot of people who understood their audience as well as she did she really understood that to be a viral star it really didn't matter what you were putting out or whether people were praising you it was just important that they were talking about you will end at her peak in this was in the year she was killed the BBC profile let's listen to a clip where she calls herself an open book like lead guitar band begins again thank the lord made a lot of it done that's all available was a name he's on everyone know me I'm like I'm not a fake personal yeah she wasn't a fake person and she she revealed to everything how does that feel in Pakistan so it's interesting the clip that you just played right now should scripted this very elaborately and these two young women that I spoke with they said you know I was the first time that we'd seen a woman on television doing something as simple as just being in a swimming pool wearing whatever she wanted to with other men there in the pool so when she went home mon what you might call this fateful day she went back to the village to be with her mother really and it was because she had reached kind of peak controversy in a moment and it involved an altercation she had with the cleric a few weeks before she was killed can DO had met up with cleric who she had been on a TV show with and when he was visiting Karachi reckon the live he said why don't you come over and meet me she went over to his hotel she posted a couple of pictures from their meeting but afterwards she tweeted that he had behaved inappropriately with her she didn't specify when it happened and it became a he said she he said moment so Camille wasn't actually her real name it was a name should made up for herself and she'd never shared where she came from any details about her family life that's one of the co beat the correct that's what his followers started to do and then they shared her real name they shared information about where she came from where her parents lived and then suddenly the people in the village who didn't know all that this woman was online promising striptease as our dressing in certain ways are saying certain things they found out about it and it turned on conceals family and her brothers her brother D. basically confessed the crime took full responsibility and he did so saying his life was run in his honor was gone his life was rent he would have been able to expect no punishment when you made this confession because the way that the legislation worked at the time his parents could have forgiven him for murdering his sister I'm so he would have been able to walk free which is why he confessed so willingly and so proudly and but here is the twisted her story of course she was amazingly famous so her story is different from all the other hundreds and hundreds of women who've been through this but her parents turned on her brother and demanded justice for their daughter the dead and I mean that was amazing to see because the something that you rarely hear about in these cases but Camille's father turned around and said you know even if it means that my son has to hang for this that's exactly what's going to happen and I want him punished given that in all the publicity around her really tragic death what changed in Pakistan I think that can deals murder it's what comes out of a system that has such deep roots an honor killing takes place not just to punish a person who is believed to have stepped out of line it also serves as a warning to other people in that community or in that society so it's almost to say you know if you do something similar this is what could happen to you and in Pakistan it's going to take I think a long time before we start to dismantle that system but we're definitely working towards it and I think especially a lot of young women have become a lot more vocal on line it's safest online they've become better at organizing themselves speaking up when they feel like something is happening that they don't agree with but I do think it's going to take time for a system to completely change Sinama her he is the author of a woman like her the story 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Pakistan court gives slain model's brother life sentence
"The court in Pakistan has sentenced the brother of a social media star Qandil Baloch to life in jail for her murder she was strangled in July twenty sixteen her brother Mohammed was seem initially admitted to the killing saying she had brought shame on his family but later changed his plea with more details his numbers sun interaction controllable loach became instantly popular on social media after posting videos of herself dancing and singing breaking stricter booze and socially conservative Pakistan and provocative both to good only an abuse and death threats a murder shocked Bach is done on the wider world the court in the eastern city of Multan has found a brother guilty of killing her six people including two other brothers of miss Baloch have been acquitted once nicknamed the Kim Kardashian of Pakistan she had under to thousands of followers on social
Back To School: Recess 101
"Yeah. Guy arise. What are you? Just just bouncing ball. I can see that. But what are you doing just mountains ball here that could you if you wanted to come over to pump water balloons with our armpits said you had scientific research to do. And this does not look scientific to me. Oh, Well, I I am doing scientific research. So I guess you're gonna tell me that you're doing a physics experiment on acceleration in Baloch by. Well, actually, no, I was just bouncing this ball. And I guess you're going to tell me that you're measuring exceleron action based on earth's gravity at nine point eight meters per second per second. Well, yes, I guess I could plot this founding ball on a graph according to earth's gravitational forces. But really, I promised shis bouncing this ball Roz. You said you couldn't come over to crack. Water balloons with me because you were too busy doing scientific research about brain cognition, and this not looked like scientific research to me. Oh, I am Indy. Why I'm taking a break. Guy rose earlier today, you said you couldn't hang out with me because you were so busy studying how the human brain takes an information keeps it insider praying and Balaa was but after a while I just couldn't concentrate anymore. You know, in fact, many I couldn't even understand what I was leading anymore. Yes. That part is because I accidentally changed the language on your computer to Portuguese. And then I couldn't read the instructions on how to change it back because I don't speak Portuguese. So that is what that's all about any who. So you decided to take a much needed break. Yeah. Yeah. I'm actually starting to feel a little refreshed. Have you noticed that when you're reading or working on math problems for a long time you start to get a little fidgety? Not even the car tire that I use for a visit spinner works and don't you just want to jump up and down and around and maybe play make believe or just daydream. All of those things guy Roz got kicked out of the nail salon last out spying on. No, why you're talking about is exactly. The kind of stuff I need to do when I've been concentrating for a long time, then like three hours. So I get out there. Get out, you know, world fats. Just it Mindy you need to recharge to re energize to regroup because it's hard to sit still for such a long time. Oh, yeah. Which is why my favorite time of day is. Yes. Yes. He says is one of my favorite parts of the date to it actually makes us smarter. And better learner guy rise George telling me that running around a big open field like a bunch of screaming. Laughing wild maniacs is actually making us martyr. Yes. Mindy Mindy over the past few years? A lot of schools in America have shortened their recess times. Because kids are learning a lot more things in school today. Which is great big. But it means that we have to. Him so much. Time into one little school day that we have of less time. Exactly. And while that might seem like a good idea, you know, less recess more time for math and reading and spelling and geography and art and history and science. It also means less time for just running around on the playground. Still not entirely clear on how running around playground makes us smarter. Will here's the amazing thing? Mindy researchers known as Caniggia Logist or scientists who studied the movement of humans and animals will they've been studying this very question. You mean what the connection is between moving our bodies in learning stuff? Yes. And you know, what they've been discovering what well even finding more and more evidence or facts and clues that have led them to conclude that recess time as Bessul for kids makes it a lot easier for kids to learn in classrooms, right news. How do they figure this out? There's one particular kinesiology in Texas named Debbie Ray. And she's looked at schools were kids have more recess time than kids at other schools. Where well a good example is the country of Finland. Country. That's all the way up at the top of Europe and sandwiched right in between Russia, and so we'd -an that Finland.
"baloch" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"America's got talent. Just don't watch TV, generally speaking. But my son came to me with YouTube said dad, you have to see this woman. Vicki Barr Baloch is her name. She was she sixty or sixty years old. I'm the sixty one this year, your sexy one, okay? And she came out on stage. And I don't remember who it was Naomi Campbell. Or somebody said what are you gonna do? And she said, I'm a ballerina, and she's clearly not about arena and followed that with no, I'm kidding. I like to eat. So I'm not a ballerina and it went on from there. And she came back. I think two times after that. I think there was you know, I think there was like four more shows till the last final. Okay. And you are now going back for the champions. Where are they? Now the driveway. You've been a comedian twenty years twenty years, and you kind of found yourself in a place where you were too old for your own clubs club. I mean. Yeah, I mean, I didn't start till I was nearly forty and I didn't know that was not a good idea. I wouldn't have started. I probably would have that. Because I am an idiot. But and so I was I was having a great time doing it. But when I would go what would happen to me. Like e television would say the next breakthrough from the comedy store. I would go to these agents in Hollywood, and they go. Well, we we you too fat. You're too old to a we there's nothing we can do for you. I just I just kept hoping something would happen. But I just. Steve Martin said you get so good. They can't ignore you. And that was my only plan just keep doing it. Keep loving it. But I kept thinking maybe Steve was wrong. America's got talent happen. And what happened that show has such a gigantic reach and the people it brought to me it just been Hollywood had to come around. You are without being politically incorrect. I mean, you are clearly correct. But without trying to be politically incorrect, you are just so natural. You just feel like somebody that everybody knows that's fun about what I'm doing is. I am like meat and potatoes comedy. I'm the middle of the road. I'm a mid western Mitzi. The owner of the comedy store. She goes are you from the midwest? And I said, no. But my parents my mother is from Iowa. My uncles are my heroes in there from Iowa. She goes Yankee cow, very midwest sense of humor. I've never lived in the midwest. That is right. That is I think America your dad. My dad played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. You played for the Steelers not bragging back. I just want you to know daughter of an NFL football player. No padding. Yeah. So he had been hit around a lot. You know, leather helmet time for him. Fifty one. And so as I grew up he was Daffy and Daffy Daffy, but he was just lots of fun. And you know, he was just a a great dad, but he was totally Daffy. So where do you get this from your dad or from your mom because you're I think I was also a little fat little kid. I was like hugely fat. It was like two hundred and twenty at twelve and so that was my birthday hundred four pounds. Was really let yourself. So my my life was a child who was bullied in. And I would make the fat jokes. I so fat jokes were defense. I learned that in my whole life that anything good happen to me came because I can make people laugh. So as always something that I did I worked for my parents at their carpet store for twenty years. And I didn't care if people bought carpets me. But if they didn't laugh at my joke, I was devastated. So I mean, it was all of always been about making people laugh, and I it the stuffing the stuffing your act, for instance. You know, you never drink alone. Yeah. Like, you know, I I'm very proud of that a lot of the other moms we sit around and drink all day, but I was disciplined only Oklahoma streak alone. I read all the Panthers. I would always I always waited until the kids get home from school. Carlina fake dental appointment when I'm so part. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. And when you when you took your kids on field. That's another thing. My mother for the last generation, I think of women that party twenty four seven, you know, and I got kids I'm thinking party, but the party was over right? I didn't know my mom and her friends always always class on field trips. Get sober with first graders. Not now not ever. Okay. What? So I go on my daughter's first field trip, and I take out my flask. And it is it's not a big algae flask. You know? It's a pretty it's a little to answer. How could you get off any right? I take it now, and I take a little sip and all the other moms on the field trip. They just go ballistic. They're like, you know, she's flat blast calmed down. Biaggi's? I'm not driving the bus. So how much of your life is true? How much how much is how much is? For instance. Do you watch the marvelous missile, I do watch it? I think it's one of the most brilliant shows ever. So great for women. I are you so fee. The Sophie character put that on your plate. That is completely. Are we going to find out you're living in a mansion? Yes, you are. Keep going triple. That's pretty much and the thing about the drinking alone. That was my mother every day, I came home from school. My mother would sit there with de cards between her legs from inside out with a large amount of safety pins here in case thirty people needed a safety pin. The president of the PTA. She was a traitor of the Women's Club. She was all those things and she would come home. And the first beer would open poop when we'd walk in that side door. And my mother was a fun woman. I started when I started stand up telling that story to audiences got worried for me that I had this terrible childhood with crazy. It wasn't like that. My mother was a blast. And she was it wasn't like that. So I took that story of my mother, and I put it on me. And I mean, I do love to party. I'm not lying about that. Box wine is my life. It's so everything in my everything that I that I talk about is coming from a truth that I know. Right. You know, and you, but you do beautiful trailer. Then you cannot dynamite me I waited five years to buy the second best trailer in my trailer park. And I would like look at their trash can for like five years. I'd like what what's in there. I knew they liked Applebee's. That's all they know. And then one day the trash was empty, and I called the trailer park realtor lessees he's like ninety I'm like with I want to buy this trailer. He loaned me the money. I started GT at the same time is trying to get this dream trailer. It all worked out. But I mean, I mean, I this. I am so proud of the hill. Look, it's beautiful. So you're you're out of the slums down trailer part of the I call that part of the park the ghetto called this the heights. I don't talk to anyone below the lake which is actually a drainage ditch look like a lake. Speak to those people anymore. I wish I could. But I cannot right? Well, you're in a different. And I'm thinking look up on the hill and be inspired by what you're trying to say. Give up your. So you know, if you sold your high class top of the hill. You know trailer there in California, you could probably live in a twenty thousand square foot home here in Texas. You know, I love you always had a dream seven years ago. My friend Brett Frank who lives in Denton. He saw me in Hollywood flew me out here for his birthday party. Dennis thirtieth birthday. I two stepped all night. I had the time of my life. He, and I took my promo pack over here to the Dallas improv seven years ago asked him if I could do it set there. They never got back to me. It took me seven years to get here. I've always wanted to be in Texas, something mystical romantic and ever since that night in Denton was on the border. But I mean, I love it here. I would love to have a place on a lake your trailer. I would have to be. Drywall that right now? I just don't feel comfortable around it. I like to be slightly off the ground. See in this part of the country, though, I to be sucked up in this part of the country. I'm going to take it back. I'm gonna have to do. I'm going to have to I'm going to have to face it. Right. I don't wanna get blown to Kansas. Right. Or you can have an underground trailers part of your trade underground, but you go for safety back in just a second with Vicky, Barbara. She is the winner of America's got talent top ten. She is now going to be in the champions edition on NBC. It begins January seven.
"baloch" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Watch America's got talent. I just don't watch TV. Generally, speaking about my son came to me with YouTube said dad, you have to see this woman. Vicki Barr Baloch is her name. She sixty or sixty years old. I'm the sixty one this year here. Sex sexy one, okay? And she came out on stage. And I don't remember who it was Naomi Campbell. Or somebody said what are you gonna do? And she said, I'm a ballerina and she's clearly not about arena, and he followed that with. No, I'm kidding. I like to eat. So I'm not a ballerina and it went on from there. And she came back. I think two times after that. I think there was you know, I think there was like four more shows till the last final. Okay. And you're now going back for the champion of champions. Where are they now? I'm in the driveway. Out of there. So you know, like, you really you from California. Yeah. You've been a comedian twenty years twenty years, and you kind of found yourself in a place where you were too old for your own club. I mean, yeah. I mean, I didn't start till I was like nearly forty and I didn't know that was not a good idea. I wouldn't have started. I probably would have that. Because I am an idiot. But. And so I was I was having a great time doing it. But when I would go what would happen to me. Like television would say the next breakthrough from the comedy store. I would go to these agents in Hollywood, and they go, well, we we've you too. You too old you to a there's nothing we can do for you. So I I just I just kept hoping something would happen. But I just you know, I see Steve Martin said you get so good. They can't ignore you. And that was my only plan just keep doing it. Keep loving it. But I kept thinking maybe Steve was wrong. America's got talent happen. And what happened that show has such a gigantic reach and the people it brought to me it just in Hollywood had to come around your dad. My dad played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He played for the Steelers not bragging Beck. I just wanted you to know daughter of an NFL football player looks like. There's no padding. Yeah. So he had been hit around allowed leather helmet time for him nineteen fifty fifty one. And so as I grew up he was Daffy Daffy Daffy, but he was just lots of fun. And you know, he was just a a great dad, but he was totally Daffy. So. Where do you get this from your dad or from your mom because you're I think? I was also a little fat little kid. I was like hugely fat. It was like two hundred twenty at twelve. And so that was my birthday was one hundred four pounds. I was really let yourself. Now. So my some my life was child who was bullied, and and I would make the fat jokes for so fat jokes were defense. I learned that in my whole life that anything good happen became because I can make people laugh. So as always something that I did I worked for my parents at their carpets. Go for twenty years. And I didn't care if people bought carpets me. But if they did laugh at my joke, I was devastated. So I mean, it was all have always been about making people laugh the stuffing, the stuffing your act, for instance. You know, you never drink alone. Yeah. I am very proud of that a lot of the other moms that we sit around and drink all day. But I was disciplined because you'll only Oklahoma extreme alone. I read all the pamphlets. I would always I always waited until the kids get home from school. Sometimes in of fake dental appointment young when I'm so part. Yeah. Right..
"baloch" Discussed on WTVN
"Of the Glenn Beck program. I never watch America's got talent. I just don't watch TV. Generally, speaking about my son came to me with YouTube said dad, you have to see this woman. Vicki Barr Baloch is her name. She's sixty or sixty years old. I'm the sixty one this year here. You're sexy one. Okay. And she came out on stage. And I don't remember who it was Naomi Campbell. Or somebody said what are you going to do? And she said, I'm a ballerina, and she's clearly not about arena and followed that with. No, I'm kidding. I like to eat. So I'm not a ballerina and it went on from there. And she came back. I think two times after that. I think there was you know, I think there was like four more shows till the last final. Okay. And you're now going back for the champion of champions. Where are they? Now, I'm gonna driveway. Out of there. So you know, like, you really you from California. Yeah. You've bene- comedian twenty years twenty years, and you kind of found yourself in a place where you were too old for your own club. I mean, yeah. I mean, I didn't start until I was like nearly forty and I didn't know that was not a good idea. I wouldn't have started. You know, right. I probably would have that. Because I am an idiot. But. And so I was I was having a great time doing it. But when we go what would happen to me like e television would say the next breakthrough from the comedy store. I would go to these agents in Hollywood, and they go, well, we we've we value to your to a there's nothing we can do for you. So I mean, I just I just kept hoping something would happen. But I just Steve Martin said you get so good. They can't ignore you. And that was my only plan just keep doing it. Keep loving it. But I kept thinking maybe Steve was wrong. America's got talent happen. And what happened that show has such a gigantic reach and the people it brought to me it just in Hollywood had to come around your dad. My dad played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He played for the Steelers not bragging Beck. I just wanted you to know. Daughter of an NFL football player looks like. Has no padding. So he had been hit around a lot, you know, leather helmet time for him nine hundred fifty fifty one. And so as I grew up he was Daffy Daffy Daffy, but he was just lots of fun. And you know, he he's just a a great dad, but he was totally Daffy. So where do you get this from your dad or from your mom because you're I think I was also a little fat little kid. I was like hugely fat. It was like two hundred twenty at twelve. And so that was my birthday was one hundred and.
"baloch" Discussed on KTOK
"To the best of the Glenn Beck program. I never watch America's got talent. I just don't watch TV. Generally, speaking about my son came to me with YouTube said dad, you have to see this woman. Vicki Barr Baloch is her name. She's sixty or sixty years old time the sixty one this year here. You're sexy one, okay? And she came out on stage. And I don't remember who it was Naomi Campbell. Or somebody said what are you gonna do? And she said, I'm a ballerina, and she's clearly not about arena and followed that with. No, I'm kidding. I like to eat. So I'm not a ballerina and it went on from there. And she came back. I think two times after that. I think there was you know, I think there was like four more shows till the last final. Okay. And you are now going back for the champions. Where are they? Now, I'm gonna the driveway. Got out of there. So you know, like, you really you from California. Yeah. You've been a comedian twenty years twenty years, and you kind of found yourself in a place where you were too old for your own club. Bob. I mean. Yeah. I mean, I didn't start till I was like nearly forty eight. And I didn't know that was not a good idea. I wouldn't have started. You know, right. I probably would have because I am an idiot. But and so I was I was having a great time doing it. But when I would go what would happen to me. Like e television would say the next breakthrough from the comedy store. I would go to these agents in Hollywood, and they go. Well, we we've you too fat. You too old you to a there's nothing we can do for you. And so I just I just kept hoping something would happen. But I just Martin said you get so good. They can't ignore you. And that was my only plan just keep doing it. Keep loving it. But I kept thinking maybe Steve was wrong. America's got talent happen. And what happened that show has such a gigantic reach and the people it brought to me it just in Hollywood had to come around your dad. Yeah. My dad played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. You played for the Steelers not bragging Beck. I just wanted you to know daughter of an NFL football player looks like. Has no padding. Yeah. So he had been hit around a lot. You know, leather helmet time for him nineteen fifty fifty one. And so grew up he was Daffy Daffy and Daffy are. But he was just lots of fun. And you know, he he was just a a great dad, but he was totally Daffy. So. Where do you get this from your dad, or from your mom because you're I think, you know, I was also a little fat little kid. I was like hugely fat. It was like two hundred twenty at twelve. And so that was my first play was one hundred and four pounds. I was really let yourself. Now. So my life was child who was bullied, and and I would make the fat jokes. I so fat jokes defense. I learned that in my whole life that anything good happen to became because I can make people laugh. So as always something that I did I worked for my parents at their carpet store for twenty years. And I didn't care if people carpets me, but if they did laugh at my joke, I was devastated. So I mean, it was always been about making people laugh the stuffing the stuffing your act, for instance. You know, you never drink alone. I am very proud of that a lot of the other moms we sit around and drink all day. But I was disciplined because you don't only Oklahoma drink alone. I read all the pamphlets. I would always I always waited until the kids get home from school. Sometimes.
"baloch" Discussed on Here & Now
"Philly named lovely finish can be a hard hard story to listen to. But while these headlines come and go the story stay with those living them, and we want to see how they're doing. So we're checking in with Joe Herrick Joe, how are you doing? Good, robin. It's been a little over a year. And we're we're getting our feet back under us here at San Luis, right? Yes. We think about the horses all the time and everyone is concerned about their pets. But these are huge animals. How do you get them out? This was always on your mind. Right. The possibility fire. Yeah. We had a lot of close calls before the fire always seem to go around us and it hit my barn. And you know, it's. You know, I I did manage to get another horse out before I got lovely finish out and that horse ran back into the stall in back into the security of the barn parish. So her name was Sarah, sunshine and team Baloch Smarden also got hit. I use us trying to get her horse out of the stone her or would not leave the stall. So she got burned a lot much much worse than I did. And how she doing? She lost her leg below her knee. And she still I mean March is on. She's she's mazing. Well, you all we're trying to get the horses to someplace safe. When suddenly we forget palm trees eucalyptus trees. The palm cheese are dry eucalyptus trees are oil these things explode. I just want to put this in context. I mean, there are some people there who make millions with these racing horses. How would you characterize yourself? Thankfully, I had of career before the training. So I was a motel motel business allowed me to do what I wanted to do which was trained racehorses. So I've been doing it for Twenty-three years, you're doing okay, you know, a billionaire because of horse racing the horses are part of your business. But what what else are they to you? Will there you know, this Philly? She ran second first time out at Delmar and my phone ring up hook for weeks people wanting to buyer, so I turned down, you know, over two hundred fifty thousand because I was so attached to her and it wouldn't have been fair to her. The grooms were calling her my girl. Friends. I have the luxury of not having to sell something. That's so valuable. Well, so let's let's continue the terrible day. You mentioned Martine Baloch an owner trying to get a horse out. She's burned terribly. You get one horse out the horses naturally when things started to explode. They ran back into the barns, which of course, are filled with things that are just going to go up in flames. You get this. Philly lovely finish out. What happened there's stalls on each side of the barn, and the there's only four bedded stalls on the other side of the barn. We wet those down for over an hour soak them, and they still ignited with all the heat and flaming debris that came in. And when those stalls ignited, the got my side going, it sounds horrible. Horses burning panicking. You have these palm trees exploding you end, the horse are burning at this point horrendous. You hoes her you take her back into a the barn to kind of build a fortress around the two of you. But then a veterinarian comes. He saying everybody got to get out, and it I you brush people off. But then you you you go with the firefighters who've come asked the vet to shoot your horse up with some painkillers you end up in the hospital with these horrible burns..
"baloch" Discussed on Extra Hot Great
"Are you ready eve? Sir. Classics. What shows opening promised we will control the horizontal we will control the vertical mentioned on this show already the outer limits. What sitcom a private wound up at Ford, Bradley outside? Baloch see Mississippi. But sitcom did you say private circum- private up at fort Bradley outside of boxy. Private. Benjamin. Got it loved that show for some reason drama series may TV guide rave at long last television has a bald detective. Kojak? The next three. We double your take kids and games. What cereal? Conglomerates sponsored rocky and his friends. Kella? But you still have two points. So that brings scores to she has four points. Yes. Sorry. Four points. My book. Okay. Well, all right now. Sarah, I are still tied with points each and eve has all right. Magic of the grocery of equalizer challenge zone. We are back. Everybody has warmer questions before the nature of the questions changes a little bit. Let's start with eve. We going undefeated shattering records taking these high expectations to unimaginable, new highs state champions. Show Friday night lights. I why am I asking I know net lights, but I don't know any of those people. I don't know. That's Brian smash Williams. Necessary deal since I would have gotten that wrong. Yes. Who gives a toast at her own wedding. I mean who does that who stands in the middle of ballroom after drinking three glasses of champagne on a completely empty stomach at completely empty because fitting into this dress Ricard, no solid food for three straight weeks. Ooh. Does that? I do. Benson. The marvelous MRs Mozelle Mazel Mazo. Mrs mazel. Yeah. I mean, Posey correct. Mazel? Mid just the name. But you know, Tara, there are two kinds of pain, the sort of pain that makes you strong or useless pain, and the sort of pain, that's only suffering. I have no patience for useless things moments. Like this requires someone who will act will do the pleasant thing that necessary thing. Oh. Annaba lector. Good guess. This show house of cards. The other creep a Francis Underwood. Is correct house. Has two questions left. We're basically playing the same game except these are now characters that were introduced later in the series by the first line the pilot episode. All right. So a little bit of context for you. So we're gonna start with eve home sweet home. Mean show Buffy the vampire slayer? Spike. All right, Saturday bunting. Tertiary add junked of Uni matrix zero one. But you may call me you are proposing a large scale weapon, we concur. Show. Please Star Trek Voyager. Q. Seven of nine seven of. Cocoon to the return. I guess they didn't like it up there. All right calling. This one show is Seinfeld. Coon to Elaine, Elaine at the video store. Correct. All right. Everybody's last question. Coming up quickly scores. Boy. Oh boy. Okay. Sarah has ten I have eleven eve has thirteen. Okay. Every very question everybody and here's eaves. This is amazing hundreds of bottles red and white wine glasses high-grade Naga. Hide stool covers abreast rail and a big city bartender with a joke at the ready. Showplace. Cheers. Sam malone. That's Woody Boyd. Boyd. All right. Sarah bunting as soon as I heard Ben had resigned, your reputation precedes you. And. Show kalani order. Okay. Jack mccoy. Yes, we all right last question of the game. Tara. Hi, I'm did, you know, you have rights. The constitution says you do. And so do. It's all good, man. Saw good men king bad final scores. Oh, well, we have a tie. Dave. Okay. Even I are tied with thirteen lucky points each thirteen points eight we have a tiebreaker. Here's how it's going to work. I am going to read WalMart question. This is a character from the pilot first line from the pilot as soon as you know, you can showed it out. All right. You don't have to wait for me to finish it. Understood bready Tara. Yes, ready eve. Yep. Here we go. Eight ounces of gold at twenty dollars an ounce is a one sixty plus ten for a half ounce is a one seventy total. Gen elsewhere is correct. Bess around singing ball stopped off and sick.
"baloch" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"That's just not supportable anymore. And even though as we mentioned, this is relatively bipartisan issue in congress. If not the White House, their attempts to deal with this in a Bill form have have kind of stalled, haven't they? Right? We'll this week. The Senate was supposed to Mark up or consider what's called the secure elections act, and that would that would do is require backup paper ballots post-election audits and notifications of states. From the department of homeland security, if there was some sort of reaching their election system, but instead of what was planned it did does not appear that there was enough Republican support for this Bill to move forward and it's stalled. There's not gonna be in the foreseeable future of vote to press this legislation forward and you've been in fairness. It is a complicated problem in when we saw that in the last few weeks when Twitter and Facebook tried to figure out what to do with someone like Alex Jones pushes fringe conspiracy theories because when you make one declared decision here, there's all sorts of ripple effects and the technology's always changing. Are they going to ban Alex Jones? But then turn around and Lau. Lots of other people who say, outrageous things to be carried on all these social media because Alex Jones is not the only person out there being unreasonable. So it's going to make those judgments. And of course, we've heard many people among conservatives and other places saying that already Facebook and Twitter making too many decisions of aditorial nature. And they are violating the free speech rights of the people that are shutting down. It is a tricky problem because we have, you know, in our constitution, right? We have protections for free speech, and we have limits on what government can restrict, but private companies have become so so powerful. And so a logically advanced that they have a Bility's to facilitate conversations and Baloch conversations that they've really never had before in the same way. And I, I don't know that we have a robust theory collectively about how to regulate that and how much to limit that. That's in line with our larger ideals as a democratic society that allows free speech can't be exploited by foreign enemies. Right? And when we talk about election security, what we're really talking about is how to protect the heart of our democracy. And that takes several forms. It's not just about election infrastructure and how we cast ballots. There's also disinformation how to prevent folks from pretending to be people they're not or creating bought networks. There's also the hacking that could take place and and whether or not. Americans can feel secure about communicating privately. It's a super complicated question with multiple angles. It's multi jurisdictional. It requires private industry to cooperate with government and law enforcement, and there's not a simple solution to it. But I think the best solution that listeners can kind of lean on is to be more skeptical about the information they get and to verify the information they receive. All right. We're gonna take a quick break when we come back. The one thing we can't let go of this week..
"baloch" Discussed on AMVETS Radio
"Something amazingly. I if if reincarnation to me, I'd probably come back. It's like a Caterpillar. Just because I really be like easily squished or something. Now is good. You know, why? Because after that that turn into butter for. See what what is what what comes from a mall? Well, anything would wins. Good. Oh, I didn't know, and then you can fly you can just run around building slapped a wings. I send you. One or two shows. Let you with these human resource any right? We always. Always welcome back. This only have show every Wednesday. We haven't show. Okay. So when you take sometimes Wednesdays and Thursdays. Okay. You out of shows all the sudden, but we have say Thursday, right? That's five days if you can take some cards, and there's a three one nine all number. If you ever have any announce any kind of anything or use call it phone number goes directly into the control panel. And every you writing the show, even if you when she bay breaks the only difference between amber three alive at the convention, and they and that's radio is that I wear different clubs sometimes I don't wear clothes. That's okay. Whole different perception of Amvest radio that I wanted you see, but that's about radio. They will see I mean May- maybe I do have close on. Maybe I don't who knows. You'll just have tune in while now we're going to talk about different policy here. Thank you so much for joining I go I wanna shout out. Yes. I wanted. Thanks to all, my employees. My staff is here, you know in. This comes mention, I know the so many of them here. I don't want to be like, you know, thank him out. And I don't want to kind of drop anybody. But especially like to people that I want to say that him Serena Baloch and Janet Barnes love shouldn't even so your name. She did she did I already say, thanks. Oh. Miles full name. I don't even know mouthful name. I mean, maybe the last names on the last two people Mickey so anyways. So the ladies were really hard. And you know, I want them to have a good time as well. So things girls. I got your back. Let's get a picture. Broke his big radio..
"baloch" Discussed on The Site Shed
"If you're in might Minson emergency, it could be like his service manager, all there should be responsibility on those people maybe inside of responsibility, but maybe some education towards is can create that environment and a little bit more just being aware of it psych. What Nick was signing alia today about knowledge is pale in the mall. PayPal awaken getting front of and push more information into them in ink, get them to get that law all moment. If there was a Boston Baloch way out rod, I guy if someone rings me up and they having a top Thome of might just taking Kaplan, is this someone you could go and say, you look out yourself is why you should have drawn Galabat things to to increase. You will bang. And then even just on Monday morning, I run rooks in your your own going with zero net. Is everyone feeling good so travels if you do that, if we hang up here, run of everyone just come a chance me whenever stock that basically just normalizing it and pay note having to feel stocking in the Kunar and. Funny, it hard to to say health it sorta types quarter discerning. Well, maybe not. I mean, I was gonna to taxi. This signing put us into to soda hollow those people that might not might not be the right track. But then again, it's more of a paradigm shift is in at the end of the day, we've business is business owners and managers and that kind of thing. You get so caught up in, you know, in the deliverables and running the job and making sure that everything's happening correctly that you sort of lose track of, you know these other things and help feeling and what mental state there let go onto stuff that often come as a result of the whip gang bang, crack, too. Yeah, and it's an and that's exactly. Well, you know, we're in situations where Cuarto and you know, I love we live job to job. You know what I mean? And most of the time you're competing against other other building companies tried to win jobs, you know? So in a sense, you know you competing against each other on one level, but you've sort of scifi on Cape the work coming in keeping the boys busy over ING seems you know, you got high. You gotta keep the boss happy. You got the kids to put food on the table. Where's where's toll on yourself and and yet. And whereas Tom to sort of implement some of these measures when when the crux of businesses as cash flow and taping incapable visit, keeping the business of flight log question for that, I liked what's the common denominator between your relationship with MRs your work? You might what's the denominator in all those things, all components of your life that you talk about cash flow Boland. If you break them, then cash flow is gonna be relevance if you, if you can't..
"baloch" Discussed on Before the Millions
"Kind of much of expand on that so the listeners know what's look forward to when when it comes to investing when it comes to creating cash flow rather than you know working working for money all your less at gotten to a place for i enjoy what i do right now is pretty close to as much as i loved music and my aspirations just constant growth by can stand right here today and look back at your now from further along today than it was then i'm happy that satisfies me in so with that in mind i work allow a moi's corn entrepreneurs right we the brain that really turns off but i'd time baloch might time with my family i didn't do the best i can not on the weekends at all in wednesday afternoons i coach baseball tuesday afternoons i take my son to private practice of in typically home by six six thirty at night in no little td time their lifestyle design acceleration hangs what is your favorite before the millions book my favorite book think the slight edge as a few dozen awake janelle then transformed my life not read it several times and it's been a different book every time i've read it but i think the slight aid is what made everything really click for me of how success is created results are produced i think whatever is that you aspire to do like we talked about earlier whether it's an online business or whatever business may be growing tomatoes is going to be your hobby the slight edge can complement that so you're more successful whatever is that your spires what is your favorite lifestyle design at this can be a business app or tool.
"baloch" Discussed on The Pitch
"Basically the the reason why i'm so passionate about this this idea is that global leave you think about today's the day category it's ubiquitous in so many countries like the fact that we in this country have not adopted the day is crazy and the only reason why hasn't been adopted in this country is a couple of reasons number one is people think that it that squat thing next year toilet which you have to install which is very expensive or they think that it's just not it they don't even think about it even know would it be days in this country and so it's not country real culturally relevant the the products that look they looked like contraptions there are people are like what's wrong with you versus a sleek looking thing that really looks like an iphone next year toilet that makes it field cultural element and cool of the day as cool as an iphone this is mickey's vision so our product very simply clips onto any senator simply take the toilets it off it dropped the tissue on there it connects right here clean water valves too high in europe essentially mickey is taken the function of a day and made it an accessory for any standard toilet there's a little control box the hooks onto the edge of the toilet seat hence the iphone comparison and this box connects to a valve inside the toilet bowl just turned the dial on the control box and baloch instant per day that we have we have a a a waterpump that can demonstrate how it works if you're interested in seeing the demo that sounds like a highrisk them it might square in the face yeah so so if you're interested i have my my team can just come in and just none of those of us different press so the investors are skipping the demo which is fair enough when you're sitting in the splash zone.
"baloch" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"All right now they gratuitously with gs mc football podcasts brought to you by my bookie dot ag home of the one hundred percent deposit guarantee your first positive deposit you make they'll match at one hundred percent just by using promo code g s m c football and though as usual i'm your host tate and we got a lot to talk about rarely ever do we start a show by talking about the u s district courts but that's exactly what we're talking about today us district court judge amos mozelle aunt baloch the nfl sixgame suspension of the zeke yo elliot the judge after looking at everything did not think as a your elliott's appeal was actually fare i've been seeing that from the beginning i don't think any of this process is fair if you go back and you look at this once again i've said this before you have the police department doing two different investigations and fining the but the plane of not credible the nfl's lead investigator finding it finding the the with the the complained the plane of.
"baloch" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"All right now thinker to it at its g s m c football podcast brought to you by my book a dot ag home of the one hundred percent the pas a guarantee your first positive deposit you make they'll match it one hundred percent just by using promo code g s m c football and no as usual i'm your host tape and we got a lot to talk about rarely ever do we start a show by talking about the u s district courts but that's exactly what we're talking about today us district court judge amos mozelle aunt baloch the nfl sixgame suspension of the zeki oh elliot the judge after looking at everything did not think as your elliott's appeal was actually fair i've been seeing that from the beginning i don't think any of this process is fair if you go back and you look at this once again i've said this before you have the police department doing two different investigations and finding the the plane of not credible the nfl's lead investigator finding it finding the the win the the complained the plane of not credible now the us district court judge looks at things and says this isn't fair and steps in and puts a puts a block on a sixgame suspension that that the nfl is just aside it they're going to put in.
"baloch" Discussed on Bad Voltage
"A hundred million dollars nobody baloch okay wherever wherever that was lung we'll just move just a highly that every day in order to keep doing this was he's like when apple said argument over on your phone on the government went well no good boohbooh get a fiveyear they reform will eight fun could rather do than than compromising we semeck odorants for what i find interesting about this is that from what i can tell the antitrust ruling was related to this year shopping comparing prices business yes but not related to the fact that gugel basically owns the search engine market and the email market and the calland him fit like the monopoly is considerably larger than that tiny it from what i can tell 80s but you've got to have arm the the issue is not the juiced only a lot to the monkeys any self naughty legal by thou part of the monopolies and mergers commission as walls and stressed rosy djemel r big's whether you are unfairly using your dominance in one space to push or pawtuxet others phase which so the reason marks of go bosted forward was because they were massively dominant with windows but and the answer would weaken a bundle internet explorer and essentially took over the browser market which they wouldn't have done if they'd been fair competition by could he installed another the browser using you could have used you could have done one everybody did which was used in the next borough once install netscape navigator and the new good.