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"beezer" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

07:10 min | 2 months ago

"beezer" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Base with the different good diverse pools of capital and we were really fortunate to be in the position moran mike i didn't person until after the fund closed i think for many lp's that's tricky as facilitated as it is to do everything on zoom because it is a multi decade relationship. So out of curiosity did most that came in. Did you only know the monsoon or was there a mix. Most of the lp's we did not meet in person during this process and i think to nicole's point about timing being bar friend in this if you look back to call it march or april of twenty twenty when the pandemic was first rearing its rough head hated really hard to raise as much capital as we did in two or three months by the time we were out raising at the end of twenty twenty in the beginning at twenty twenty one people were more used to meetings over zoom. They were actually probably starting to commit capital too early stage fund managers that they weren't meeting in person so there is a rhythm and sort of a muscle building that it already happened. That the timing that we went out but it's uncomfortable for us to mean we want to have lp's around the table that will push us and have seen world class but are kind people and that we want to be a sort of in decades relationship and so we wanted to meet people in person to so as things start to open up. We're very excited to spend time. And we're grateful beezer though we were able to spend time with you and laura but we want to do that with all of our because it was just obviously a very strange environment to be able to sort of build trust build relationship over zoom. There is nothing that can replace a meal with friends in this process. And we're excited to do that. But just even four or five months after the pandemic was a different funny and fundraising environment than what we saw probable. We've for people who are raising earlier in the pen. Democ tie so. I like to ask questions. He said helps educate me. So this is me asking a favor in some ways. What advice did you get about fundraising. They turn out to be bad advice. All throw at one. We got a lot of advice to say doing the first close. And we're doing it on this day and to drive everyone to do as quick of a fuss close as possible. Our approach ended up being a different where we said. This is the fun that we wanna raise. And ideally we want to do it and be one and done on on a close so that we can figure out what all the different puzzle pieces of l. p. construction look like and how to fit it all together in one close and that's what we ended up doing and i think it was partially because of the unique position that we ended up being in the it happen and we recognize a lot of firms need to drive towards just i close to get into business but i don't think it was the right advice for us. The key thing anytime anyone gives you advice is to figure out what advice is right for you. And what advice may be right for others and in this case the right advice for us was to you drive to one done close and to put the pieces together for that and then just be done. And in business my. I don't know if you have any the you would throw out. That was passed was advice for us. Not worse advice. I think people have strong points of view about pools of capital and who you raise capital from there are certain pools of gap. Let's say oh you should only raise from our pool of capital and others say you should be differentiated and have a diverse set of capital. We were very steadfast in believing that it needed to be diverse in terms of where the capital is coming from. And it shouldn't just be from one type of capital. We learned that quickly and stuck to our guns in terms of having it come from different pools of capital. And i think that'll be prove ourselves really smart over decades of work. May i ask why you believe the diversification of capital. We follow suit in that. But i'd be curious to hear what resonated footwork and not what you've seen across decades of the venture industry is that different pools of capital can go in and out of the venture market. There have been times where endowments pulled out of the asset clause because they faced liquidity challenges and their own organizations have been heavily impacted by a financial crisis. And then there have been times where funded funds have been really difficult to raise capital for themselves and their own timelines effective their commitment to the venture acid clause and so we learned from chatting with other manages capital. Allocators is that they've been so many changes in different allocators approached. The traffic also possible decades. We cannot predict the future and the best decision for us is to have capital from all these different boots. Yes that's been our experience too. I always like it when i agree with you. It makes me feel that. Are i want to ask you to kill a bit about your decision to be a social media. Blogger and your sub stack is phenomenal. And guess why you did it. And do you see that as a differentiated advantage in the market today. Certainly for me the initial impetus to just start. Writing was to try to give back in some way. I've benefited from reading the writing of several. Venture capitalists over the pasta cade. And i honestly think it's a service that folks have done to help educate others and future generations. But then when i lived actually started publishing on a more regular basis is just how much learning comes from writing for oneself and how much learning can come from getting feedback from others by putting out there in the world and so what i find now when i write a post is i learned so much of the post gets published from people who responded the post from hebrew comment on the post from fall compositions that having and it refines my thinking on that idea that i published a piece around. I've found that it's a wonderful flywheel. And i hope to keep it going for years to come good. I look forward to reading many more post to thank you for creating the word glomming later because i now use it all the time to explain what's going on in the market. So thank you for that. Maybe i have a little copyright. We should talk about it so i can make sure it goes right direction. I have to thank my friend. Can't you muko bella at kindred ventures for helping me come up with that word because i've referred to these multi staged multisector firms as platform firms. But that doesn't feel like a great word to describe them and the conversation with him he came up with agglomerated as a better word. And so. that's what led to that post about the venture. Mystery and naming. Those multi-stage in multi-sector phones as agglomerated phones. All right as promised. We're going to do the closing questions and we'll start with. What is your most important daily habit for me. It's exercise every morning strangely for me. It's the same. Except that specifically i got way into peleton and.

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"beezer" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:36 min | 3 months ago

"beezer" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Cb rolling papers oc be only uses natural acacia gum for an always sticks experience. Enjoy the show first of all. Thank you forgetting past the motorcycles with medallions. What's it called. There's there's a motorcycle event happening in downtown indie. Like right outside the club. And how great is it in here that you can hear the motorcycles because it was loud ass outside it saturday. August twenty eight twenty twenty one. And let's get this out of the way doug blogs next douglas. Movies at front of an audience will take place at zanies in rosemont illinois o'hare adjacent on sunday september twelfth at four twenty all my dates and deeds and links are at doug loves movies dot com. That was that was the best one since we've been back. Yeah this is the third or fourth show than audience and you guys are the first ones to really nail nemo those stray like sometimes my shows in and they think they know what's happening and start yelling at wirtz gorgeous yelling out what they just heard. So this ruins the whole fact you guys nailed it. Thank you so much. Let's get my guests out here. What do you say we got a couple of newbies. So be gentle and don't trick them with your ways and and we also got old. The oldest old beezer is please don hershberg jeff tate and mike to me. Hello fellas meet you individually and alphabetically. So you know what's coming starting with the gentleman in the middle headlining upstairs here. Helium comedy club alphabetically from the last game okay jeep but anyway yeah..

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"beezer" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

05:28 min | 4 months ago

"beezer" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"You're not required to make these payments and the other ticking time bomb for this business model is what happens when interest rates eventually. Go up because all of the money that they earn other than the late penalties right. They do make money if you do pay late. They make a little money. But i don't think that's going to offset what they lose from the people who don't pay it all right but right now they are able to make a little bit of money although they're still not making a profit but i guess there is a spread between the cost of borrowing the money and the two to four percent net fee because remember they collect four to six percent from the merchants but then they have to pay back maybe two percent or so to the credit card companies. Because now they're the merchant right. Because now they're customers are paying using beezer mastercard..

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Connecting With Your True Nature

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

02:26 min | 6 months ago

Connecting With Your True Nature

"One of the most common topics that we've explored on. The podcast is developmental psychology. How what happened to us as a child can influence our lives today. Those childhood events often have a huge impact on our nature and behavior even in adulthood and sometimes becoming increasingly happy and healthy as an adult is about unwinding the influence of negative events that happened during childhood but alongside that there can be a lot of value in connecting more with the person who we authentically were. When we were young. There might be a sense for you of some kind of core nature. Something that was present for you before the world started getting in the way so today we're going to be exploring that child self and how it might help us become more fully realized as adults so to help us do that. I'm joined today as usual by dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing today. I'm good and i've been very much looking forward to this topic which has a lot of personal meaning for me in terms of my own childhood my own inner child or layers of inner children inside me and also of course. Because i knew you when you were child and i've also worked with a lot of children So this topic has a lot of meaning and was just thinking there for moment forest when you were talking about the setup here in buddhist psychology there are these five major so called hindrances that hinder our progression in practice Such house angry ill-will can stop others or self doubt and the deep rooted the word. That's true aided hindrances actually means coverings beezer things that cover over our underlying good nature including the underlying sweet innocent beautiful wise innermost childlike being that still resides within each of us. Yeah i think that's something that's been really present for me particularly over the last maybe five years but honestly for most of my adult life. I think that there are ways in which i've been almost trying to rediscover or get back to in some way. The person that i was. When i was pretty young when i was you know three or four. Five years old Like i said in the introduction before the world started pushing back on me in ways that made me feel uncertain or insecure or started editing core parts of my behavior or jesus even my nature and some kind of real way.

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"beezer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:45 min | 11 months ago

"beezer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"So Milwaukee Day back in 2019, and we just started talking to people. I mean, our first few shows. We had Jessica Hefner of performance running Outfitters who is the owner of that we had To me a Fisher of fear. I'm Katie. We had our friend ruins a car who runs like 200 Mile Marathon 200 Mile races. And it's just like he's totally diverse group of people and then You know we were doing them sporadically like we had Michael level president of Marquette, Patrick Beezer of walking running group like I just said, And then when Cupid hit We're like, Hey, we're genies in our studio, and it was like, okay, this is now the time that we should start creating like we're all locked at home. People want to hear each other more. How can we do that? So we shifted due to doing the podcast weekly. So in 2020, we've produced over 52 pieces of content that we really so at least the episode a week and not only did that help us creatively, but it's like connected us to people and the running community to like a whole new level, like the amount of people were able to reach with the show, but also the amount of Stories were able to share with someone's like, hey, like Mandela, Barnes's lieutenant governor of Wisconsin, but what he's saying with running in his life. You can take that and implemented as a school teacher, because it's all just mentality and how you approach running and how you approach life. So I feel well we've been able to do this year has just been absolutely incredible, and we're really excited to take it into 2021. I'm really excited to see Also what what 2021 brings for you in the show. I know there's been a lot of different paths People have taken with this pandemic this year when it comes to say, taking on new hobbies or feeding and fueling maybe hobbies that have been set aside for a while, you know, running and fitness being one of them. Yeah, I agree. I think this year you've seen it least I've seen more people are running than ever for first timers, and it's incredible because when you're basically at home, you can't really do anything. You can't go to the gym. I mean, so many people I know were part of whether it's like a gym or part of like orange theory at 45. You're doing those kinds of things they're shred 414. You really couldn't do those and putting on shoes stepping outside and going for a run or a walker walk run is the easiest thing to do. And the amount of my friends people that I know that started running is that was absolutely incredible. And like it was just so great performance running out of thin air shut up to pro. They were saying that they've seen a high of new people coming in and buying running shoes for the first time, So I think it's absolutely credible because running is the easiest thing you can do. And if you can't run, you can walk, which we all can do. Daily basis, so it's pretty incredible how easy it is to get into it. And that's one thing I love about running to is that you just like you said. You just need to shoes and basically leaving your front door. Travel time. You know, you just may be a side Walker a safe place Light up best If it's early in the morning or in the evening over that kind these cold dark days we're in right now. Being in winter. You could definitely There's enough running gear out there for you, Fred being running. You could buy enough stuff. I have enough stuff in my closet that you're like You need all this just to run. And you like I do now. I've been doing it longer now. That's exactly right. Yeah. You don't need it right on the onset, but something you can build up towards We'll take a short break now and then we'll continue our talk about running and the benefits of it and impacts to our society and culture. Thursday night. It's the biggest night of the year for podcast an hour 2021 I Heart Radio Podcast award. These are really some of the best and brightest and smartest, most compelling minds in the country. Celebrate the.

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"beezer" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

21:30 min | 1 year ago

"beezer" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"How long have you been out for thirteen? Do you think they're making more of an effort to address stuff like that? Because I am not in touch with the efforts that are. Ongoing. Yes, so it's interesting, so one thing that I kind of picked up over the last year is like started meditating. You me five years ago. If I would ever have a meditation practice, I would have said absolutely not. That's crazy. It's out of slapped in the face of should've said I should have a meditation practice thousand ten. No example dude, exactly that's like that's how everybody looked at in the category with like Yoga like. Wearing, Beezer, weird stuff, yeah! So yeah I I started a meditation practice which has been awesome. Could speak at length about. What that's done for me personally you know. What do you do I mean? I'm back at bit so I started with I saw I was recommended meditation so US Sam Harris's out waking up, so it was kind of like how to meditate for. So just kind of talks you through it kind of gives you. And I may I by no means an expert in in meditation or Mindfulness, right? That's okay because I am. I would expect nothing less. Did my doctoral thesis.

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Virus-Infected Bees Practice Social Distancing

60-Second Science

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Virus-Infected Bees Practice Social Distancing

"If there's one thing we know about viruses it's that they love to spread the novel. Corona virus is happy to use US humans as its host other viruses fancy bees but like us B.'s. Fight back in the case of one particular virus called Israeli acute paralysis. Virus study shows honeybees. Actually use a form of social distancing to prevent transmitting the infection within their own colony of course not to be outdone. The virus manipulates the bees in a way that spreads the infection to the colony. Next door move studies in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Honeybees live in large communities that contain tens of thousands of related individuals in close quarters so researchers got to wondering how can keep infections from spreading like wildfire while a graduate student. At the University of Illinois Champaign Urbana Tim good not developed an automated system for continuously tracking the behavior of thousands of individual bees and he watched what happened when he introduced infected bees into the hive. Entomologist Adam Dozo. Who worked with good Described what they saw. We found in this study that within their own Colin context when they are interacting with their nest mates usually they're sisters. Infected fees experience fewer contact behaviors fewer mouth to mouth feeding contacts than bees. Who are not infected. The researchers also saw the same sort of social avoidance when instead of infecting the bees with virus they artificially activated the bee's immune system so the behavior is driven by the virus but by the bees own immune response which Dole says make sense if honeybees are going to protect their colony in their queen from disease sick. Bees need to keep their feelers to themselves. They have to they live in these really large colonies. Where everybody's touching each other all the time. They're all closely related joke. That honeybees have been doing social distancing for millions of years at the same time beezer under no pressure to keep infections from spreading to other colonies. And that's where the virus gains the UPPERHAND. Amy Jeffrey who worked on the project. As a graduate student found that the guard bees from other colonies were actually less aggressive toward incoming infected bees than they were to uninfected bees as a result that infected beezer accepted into the colony at about twice the rate of control bees or immune stimulated B.'s. The virus it seems alters the chemicals that bees produced to communicate who they are and where they're from and so we think that One way that the virus could be gaining entry to these other colonies is by changing the bees physiology in a way to make it more acceptable to other colonies on guard bees. Let's bad news for beekeepers who tend to keep tens or even hundreds of hives right next to one another to really ripe situation for bees to be able to move between colonies relatively easily and bring pathogens and parasites along with them. Seems you gotTa Carefully Mind Your Beeswax. And keep kept colonies. Healthily socially distanced

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Hurricane Irma May Have Destroyed Barbuda's Generations-Old Land System

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:18 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Irma May Have Destroyed Barbuda's Generations-Old Land System

"On the Caribbean island of barbecued a land cannot be bought or sold. The whole island is shared communally. And it's been that way since the eighteen hundreds but planet money any Sara Gonzalez went there and found that capitalism is creeping in. Antigua and Barbuda are two islands. That make up one country. Antigua is mountainous and touristy see with about ninety eight thousand residents. That's where the government is Barbuda's flat flat like a penny with just fifteen hundred residents. It's the kind of island where wild donkeys. Angie's just walk into your home call and where no one wants lobster anymore. We love breakfast. We did for lunch for dinner. We'd love to three times a day. That's Atkinson Beezer beautiful. Bob Yuda when this is Natalia. John Calls her. Hey go take out new. And they both got land for their homes. The way everyone else in Barbuda's gets it people just go cut what they want. Clear it and stop bill. Just take a piece of land and be like okay. There's my this is my land. That's so that's so. We usually do perfect. No money no money not even taxes not even taxes then even like a permit fee nothing like really zero zero dollars zero zero dollars free free. No paperwork no lease no title Bob. Yuda has the greatest land deal on earth. This is Albert Patty Simon. They're calling me the grill. It simply mean a verbal historian. Back in Sixteen eighty-five Colonization Times Simon. The grio says this English Guy Christopher conjuring ten least the whole island of Bermuda from the king. Oh Yeah Cadran. On on was a slave master. He had his slaves over there. The entire island was made up of five hundred. Enslaved people at its peak and one white manager and his family and when slavery was abolished and the white manager finally left. There were no white people on the island. Just formerly enslaved people so they stayed so the people are left alone left. They're they're sorta live happy. Held the whole island in common. That's what it's called and no one ever came in and said but wait wait. You need property. Titles at some point Barbadians do start leasing. Land there are a few beachfront hotels and resorts but barbadians never sold the land and it stayed this way until twenty seventeen when hurricane. Irma had a lot of win. And then you you just just say a window Saturday. Birthday Bash. You know this. Is Natalia John Again. Almost all the buildings Bermuda were damaged know roofs. No doors Barbieri. We're totally exposed. And they heard another hurricane was coming in three days. The prime minister who lives in Antigua orders a mandatory evacuation and barbarians are like wait everyone the entire island. Everybody Alpha Bob. Yuda really the Prime Minister Gaston Brown. Says the government doesn't have the money to rebuild. Any focuses focuses on the island's most obvious acid. The land says he thinks his whole communal land thing is a big misunderstanding. Which is the Bob? wtdn have always carried this myth. Perhaps maybe a couple of hundred years that they own the land. You say that Barbuda's I have been thinking that they own the land. It is a myth that they own the land but there is a law that parliament the Antiguan. Barbian government passed. That says I just want to read. The the first sentence says enact to confirm that all land in Barbuda's is owned in common by the people of Barbuda right so so it was a dangling piece of legislation he repeals. The law tells Barbadians that you have been living on for free all these years new plan. We're going to sell it to you for one dollar eastern Caribbean. About thirty seven cents. US and now you'll have a title and you can take title to a bank to get a loan. Mm to rebuild your home that type of property rights system is quintessential to the advancement of e country. But the rest of the island lind which is most of the island that would now be open to development. Foreign investment was a trick. That is what I

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"beezer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Circumstances I have seen people who were in the most abject terribly such situations relations of of happy of depression raised in the gap though no mom no dad abject poverty racial prejudice strikes against them on and on and on and yet seen those folks maintain an incredibly positive attitude of. I'm going to do something with my life. I'm I'm GonNa make my life count and they go on to succeed and to be fulfilled and find meaning and purpose in life and yet on the other hand I have talked to some people who honestly have had almost nothing major ever go wrong in their life and they constantly whine. Okay I mean every morning they rise and wine you want a little cheese with your wine. Now I've been in ministry twenty five years and if you're a wigner you really don't want to get close to me now because I have about that much patience for whiners because I've seen for instance situations where two people in the exact situation -Tuation face the exact same crisis problem and one comes out going we can make it. With God's we'll do it okay. Let's get going and the other is gone. fisting it's terrible life's over. Let me tell you what you are as happy as you choose to be. You're as happy as you choose to be because happiness is a choice and you can learn to be happy and basically any situation. But you've got to refuse to be better. I remember a while back. I was sitting in my big Lazy Boy Comfort or Chair Channel Surfing. You ever do that and I came up on one channel and it was. Let's say a preacher who had cerebral palsy. You could barely understand the guy. His speech was so slurred and he told about how he'd lost his mom and dad at a young age and because he has cerebral palsy nobody wanted to adopt him out of the orphanage and one hurt after another and then he. He was the most positive person I'd ever seen in a long time when I was fascinated by this guy's attitude is enthusiasm is joy just kind of overflowed flowed and then I remember him saying he said you know I live by the eleventh commandment. Thou shalt not bellyache. Boy that's a good one. Some of you need to write that one down and put it on your refrigerator door. Thou shalt not bellyache. Hey listen most of the world would love to have your problems really seriously. Most of the world. Would I'd love to have your problems. You say rick. You don't know my house bill. I know millions of people who would love to have a house bill. And we're worried about our my kid's GonNa get Caesar Beezer as this year in school while many people around the world wondering are my children going to last another week because because we haven't eaten in ten days it's like the old phrase I I complained. I had no shoes until I met a man who had no legs..

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"beezer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And when you say the cities it wasn't just the town they receive some area around that town and the boundary was a square. We understand from some archaeological logical discoveries having four angles the four cardinal points if you can visualize that we we probably call a diamond at Rama's equal size but with the corners of the the cardinal points but anyway four six of these forty were scrawled cities of refuge and they were conditioned second and Brown Beezer Gilead and Galon city talent. Gone now as we'll see when they get get quickly get the picture here but we'll see as the text develops be idea. was that if you found yourself in a situation where you'd 'cause the accidental death of someone. You're working working in the in. The example Moses will use if the if the head of the accident you chopping down a tree. She'd slip off and hit somebody and kill him accidental. There's no there's no premeditation. There's no grudge. It's not that's what we would call them are actors manslaughter equivalent if you actually hit someone in the car or something well if that was the case what you did right then and there you had to find your way quickly refuge and if you could convince the city fathers others there and there's a procedure that will come to that. It was manslaughter not premeditated they would give you asylum the avenger of blood. The the next of kin from the person that was killed. It was coming after. You could not touch you if you had made it to the city of refuge and we're accepted by them and as long as you remained named in the city of refuge. You were safe if you left the city of refuge for whatever reason you were fair game to the Avenger of blood so you realized. They didn't have an organized police force. It's interesting to realize we have a nation here Israel that had no that didn't have a police force that such also had no prisons. You took care that another way. And and so it's a different kind of cultural setting but and we observe this great fascination in fact if you read most commentators tator I haven't the most commentators they will talk about. This tend to regard this whole procedure. Getting into as just a quaint custom of ancient Israel. This nomadic decribe converting to a settlement tribe has just curious cultural background. It may have some implications that are far more profound profound once. You recognize that. The scripture is designed by God himself and every detail there is specifically by engineering. We start asking ourselves awesome questions. What's what's going on here because there's another aspect? The cities of refuge very strange use this asylum in the city of refuge until the high priest died hyper die. You're free to go and you're protected and you go back home now you see yourself. That's kind of weird. Because these cities are scattered across the whole mission. And what does what does the death of the high priest down Jerusalem have to do anything but that was the procedure that was in the Torah. Let's take a look at the feeling for the geography. Three of them are west.

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"beezer" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"But all time all the time. I mean, you got Pablo beret, John van visas. So, like, I'm not I'm not the voice of panther fan. But if you say to me Panthers, goalie, first thing Beezer, that's what I think, I, I don't even think look, I think the phase of the Panthers all time Steve Goldstein. I'm going to be a hundred percent honest with you. We'll talk about players. No, no. We're talking about the face of the Panthers. And it's Goldie by far like old admittedly. I'm not a huge panders guy. But every time that I'm going to panther's game on like I hope I see Goldie, really, well then he poppy. Yeah. Goldie is by far the face of the planet. Billy. Basis. A hundred percent going on the poll because Goldie is the face of the Panthers, and I don't think anyone can design rainy bowl is the face of the patent now. Was there from the first season and then he left, right? Did the golden leave Goldie wasn't there as old hasn't been authors? So easy often had to, to terms. Yep. No often can walk in here right now. I had no idea they walked in. I'd be like that's Goldie from the Panthers. Jeez, fibers a fulltime Stanley Cup champion. Famer, he's an actual hall of Famer Goldie should be a hall of Famer back. That's what I've been doing this whole segment is figuring out how we can get cold the into the broadcast things winning because I was going to suggest that we rename Longo sway, or something by the arena, the same way that they wanted to do with Tobin, and I don't know if someone's already started this for too long ago, but I really feel like it should be renamed after Steve Goldstein like the street headed into actually when you take into account goal these time as just radio, maybe when you consider pot Vigne had left the franchise for a little bit. Maybe Goldie has been with the Panthers franchise as long as any carbon. It's still absurd take insurance on the poll. You guys very clearly. You guys very clearly just ignored hockey growing, who's the was the face invoice of that Bryant him, Jeffrey Dahmer. Yeah. Oh man. Who Jeff rumor is that he says the original play by play guy named Jeff pot Vigne no department, and it's. David spelled Dennis before you get all, like myopic one in one. Bye. Yeah. So Bob is going to sign here. And hopefully put Narran also shout out to Chris Wittingham who tells me multiple is the other guy. Right. Yes, is the kid that yes, he did we called up that did very well that made rhymer expendable rhyme to we have another suggestion before I put up this poll right now it's gonna be Steve Goldstein Stanley. See no. That's a waste. What Stanley panther? Mellanby. The rats Randy Mola Bill Lindsay. What game we play in here. Now I feel like we're just our just been aiming happy started saying he was Panthers. And now he's not even in the top. Fifteen Longo put Steve gold seen put any pot, then that goes through, and Beezer. And Pavel beret. It's only four spill. Pavel berry, I'm putting four options. So we need talk. Right. So steam new takeout pot them Steve. Oh, wow. I Pot pot them. them they come after I say that. No goals. It's odd. Pod. We lost long. Everybody's faces. They're not gonna allow me to take gold seen still around Goldie. You're not going to allow me to take out goal. These always going to be there. You're not allowing amount Goldie road, so beret. Beezer. Goldstein. Oldie. Beezer Longo, Russian rocket Goldie Beezer Luang go Russian rocket. Okay. Lou. What happened with the milkman he took the mound yesterday? Did he get? And he did take the mound. He did get shed. He was looking so good. And as soon as we were excited about it, and we were like, well, I tweet, I was gonna say, we I tweeted one thing, and Chris how, how long after that because I was at softball. So I didn't get on the in the very next. Instantly. Allies excited about the milkman, which is not his nickname. It's be man. I really wanna call them the Chit. Oh, but I really don't think that's going to catch its milkman milkman. It's be man because he got tax..

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"beezer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And shake your tomato plant. No. That sounds stupid. Yes. I know, but the flowers are self pollinating. And if you get out there and shake the plan or the wind comes up and pollinates for you. You will have a higher production. How about that? Okay. That's a nice little tip talk to us about tomatoes and watering the tomatoes, Bob, oh, that's one of the biggest problems tomatoes have always water in the morning. Because that will allow the soil to warm up during the day and tomatoes do their thing at night. They grow at nine say bloom bloom night, they pollinate at night and they ripen at night. So, you know, if you have the warm soil in the morning, you know, water the more than that. Now. One of my little things is that I never water tomato plant unless you looks wilted in the morning. Yes. I've heard you say this in the past, and I've taken your lead on this. Please expand on it for our listeners. Well, the thing thinking here is that it's a tomato has warm soil going on at night and stuff like that. I've just described then you're you're going to get a better production. You'll get better things like that. But if you wanted night, you know, guys come all the had a big day in there. They'd like to grab a MARTINI and off they doing water there plant. Well, you're cutting down the heat of around with tomato plant and this not happy. Now, you're better off drinking. Well, no, we don't want to drink MARTINI in the morning. But other vegetables and other vegetables are not quite so sensitive. So maybe it's one of the rest of the garden at night. But then not enough not the tomato plant. This is this is really interesting. I've heard you talk about this before one of your favorite things. And you you've done this for living forever, Bob. I mean, this is this has been your livelihood. You are a master gardener. But you love around MARTINI time pouring, a nice one. And then just perusing your garden you really enjoy that. And I've I've taken your lead on that a few times I love being out in my garden. It's the most peaceful, relaxing place isn't very, yeah. It's the main thing and stuff like that. One of the biggest things I've had a lot of questions on is a lot of caney problems. Evidently, and we have a B problem. We don't get enough pollinators do our gardens and stuff like that. So I've recommended that, you know. No, you play a lot of miracles of your blooming plants that the Beezer attracted to one of the best ones are is a listen the white one. And the main thing is that zucchini is got to be pollinated. And when you get these little shriveled up pieces of Ganey, and they you know, they almost fall off the plant, then your best.

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"beezer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I'll try it. I got I've got some issues. Sure can't hurt taste good. So I'm happy either way. Honey question when more Honey question, I don't even know if you guys I know the answer to this. But you talked about different styles different colors different flavors. Like what contributes to those variations in Honey is at geography the region is at the type of. I've always assumed Honey was Honey, I'm not gonna claim to be an APS by any means from what I understand, you know, when when when Beezer out there collecting pollen, and basically, they're beefing those whether it be bass would whether it be Wildflower, whether it be any pollinating source, those have other things that are attached to make sense, you know, that that pollinating source and so different makeup of what the bees will collect as they collect what they need to make Honey. So that's going to impart caller flavor much like, you know, highly roasted grain when you use that in the brewing process, you've got a highly colorful flower, or very minimally colorful flower, you're gonna take that impart that into. Orange blossom Honey, right? Orange blossom characterised versus buckwheat, which is garbage. There may be sources out there that really and not necessarily beers. I did want.

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"beezer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on WJR 760

"Red Eye Radio. Beezer Hurley he's got the morning off. I'm Gary McNamara. Three things really we've been talking about today. And that's the end of the Muller investigation the conclusions that came out where that's going the media coverage of it. That's all encapsulated into one topic. The. The green new deal and the Jesse small at deal. To you. We go back to let us talk to Kyle into Pika Kansas about the green new deal. Kyle welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Hi, gary. Hi. About the new green deal is. I thought it was great that Connell. Sewed it up for the vote and everything, but I think he let an opportunity slip by the Democrats claim they didn't get to have their debate. Even though they don't really want it to bait. But if he were to let them go ahead and have a debate on the floor. It would it just made give them a chance to make bigger food. Yeah. But I gotta tell you. I saw Mike Lee talking about it and talking about having children and everything and and a few other. And I thought what a terrible argument. It was a bad argument. I don't know if Republicans I still had great doubts as to whether Republicans can argue great points yet. Oh, I agree with that. And I'm sorry. I just don't. Yeah. I saw Mike Lees part of Mike Leigh's presentation. I just shook my head going. This is terrible. This isn't how this isn't how you attack the the the the deal. So look, I have no problem if they would have done it, it it was politics across the board. My point what my my point was simply this if they introduced it to be political don't be angry when the Republicans become political. Right. Oh, I agree. But the Republicans are bad about getting an opportunity to really stick it to the Democrats. And then they either chicken out or. The wrong way and let the Democrats come out outsmart them. Well, that's the, you know, and this is off the topic a little bit, and that's my fear now with whole ObamaCare thing. And look I I wanted ObamaCare gone, but I just have a feeling that if they win the court case and the nineteen million or dropped off ObamaCare that the Republicans and the president just won't get it done and get it done. Right. And it will hurt them in the election. When I talked about it earlier. It was strictly the politics of I want ObamaCare gone. I want a much more private based system with transparency and and competition and people knowing what the prices for everything I want much more competition involved in it. And when it comes to the government involvement in it that should be more of payments. Whether it's Medicare or Medicaid into the private system into a competitive system. Than than what exists right now, and what they want. But we'll see what happens there. We'll see. And and who knows it's just my concern. Because when they had the chance to do something with ObamaCare, they couldn't agree on anything. So if it's gone. And people lose it. Just remember that the Republicans went from the Republican voter went from wanting ObamaCare completely repealed to just wanting the taxes and the mandate repeal. They liked the benefits. The majority of Republicans polled liked the benefits by the time. They got to the debate the whole landscape had changed. That's a problem. The problem for Republicans. It's a problem for the president the president could said we're going to replace it with something a lot better. Yeah. But can you do it before the election? That's the whole point. And what would that whole better be? And I'm still weary because the president has held every opinion over the last three years on healthcare. Everything from some kind of Medicare for all plan to much more free market. It's sorta like trade, you're not sure where the president will go on that that is a concern. Eight six six ninety redeye it.

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"beezer" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on Science Friday

"And what this lets them do is actually quite amazing and lets them recreate what historic offer populations might have been in the coastal areas because otter populations are disappearing. So we'd like to know how many there were, you know, hundred years ago thousand years ago, but it also can add data to our understanding of how big off. Populations are today if we can find a number of rocks. That can help us understand where they're twenty otters or their million dollars be nice if they were million dollars. Maybe not maybe not a million. Miss. This is just a great example of how you can import tools from one science to another learn a lot interesting. There's a strange story this week about researchers who put zebra fish into contact with bees. Well, how did they? You have to connect the dots on now for this is this is basically the kind of story that comes along. Maybe once a year where your brain is just blown basically these researchers in Europe decided that they wanted to figure out a way to get Bs, and zebra fish to communicate using robots, and the reason they picked bees, and zebra fish is that these are two animals whose behavior has been really well studied, they both exhibit social behavior and collective decision making. So what the what the authors of this study wondered was if we could get those two collectives the fish collective in the be collective to talk to each other. Somehow would they make one big decision as a group and the answer is yes, strangely. They created a robot that could communicate with bees that could get bees to move in a certain direction left or right. And they also created a robot that swims around that could get the zebra fish to swim left or right. So the question was could. Could they get the robot that was talking to the bees to communicate to the zebra fish robot? You know, the Beezer moving left you guys should move left to. So what they did in the experiment was first they had the bees move in a certain direction, they were attracted to this robot because it was warm and so in Beezer attracted to warmth, so they all moved left, and then the b- robot said to zebra fish robot. Hey, get the fish to go left. So that fish swims left and kind of pushes the the school of fish to the left. So that worked out pretty well. When the bees told the zebra fish, what to do zebra fish telling the bees what to do not so much. They couldn't really get this zebra fish. They do engage in collective behavior..

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"beezer" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Trying to write music. And then your buddy calls. It was like I'm with Connie was Jay Z realm. We like your music too. And you just like people keep calling me turn my phone off. In so surreal. It was. Yeah. Here was speaking of rhyming. I know one in a took a pill on a Beezer. It's you rhyme girls. And I spent a spend my money on girls and shoes. And I thought why didn't you say girls in booze seems like an easier rhyme? And then I thought wait a minute. Maybe it's true. Maybe you did actually spend a lot of money on shoes. Did you have a six year? You don't seem like the type to have a lot of shoes anymore. Okay. But I had a crazy crazy ils. My thing anytime I went to if I made money on the road. I had a deal that could go to flight club. When I got home. What is that? Like, a sneaker boutique near the high end Jordan's and rare shoes, and he's had this gargantuan shoe collection. You know, had shoes at forgot I had in just day. I can't justify this. You know, this this people in other. Far from here. Don't have any shoes are hundreds of pairs some. Wow, get in. Yeah. So I I was going through and it was sort of in that in that period. After my first wave it crashed. And they go, okay. I got this house in the Hollywood hills. I got this nice car. Golly. Shoes can be happy. Without this stuff. You know, or do I need this stuff? Started to feel like it's way down by. So I bought a van conversion van that still have today and has like a book or bench seats in the back. They held down to dead baller and second ninety three dodge. And I just put some put like the clothes that I actually wear in there and everything else. I donate drove away a drove away. And I went to Utah some friends out there hung on the mountains in brought my guitar when I realized yeah can be happy without all that stuff for sure. That's great. Wow. You stayed. So you just what did you do with the shoes donated so others somebody who didn't have shoes wearing like nineteen Ninety-four, Michael Jordan pumps, or whatever those exist know. Pumps are Reebok. Yeah. My bad. This boot is a pump. The I saw that. You hear that? I do how that's official..

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"beezer" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"You want to get to get to the real truth? I love when parents come at me. I'm like cool. I'm like, so you go home, and you go in your man cave and say some fucking stupid thing to your daughter. That's gonna actually fuck her up. Good job. I'm glad you're spending time. That's how I feel. When good parenting, come in the volume of time, somebody said, some real interesting to be that's been watching carefully older woman. She she said something about, you know, showing your kids how to live a happy life is the ultimate way to parent. Do you have a daughter? I mean, like your daughter's gonna look at how you do it. And it's going to be a real fucking impact. And you never know. Maybe it's not like there's parents that are super successful people kids because everything's going on with me. Like, look inevitably one of my kids is going to look at my mountain and be like, you know, what fuck face I'm gonna climate and be bigger than you. Right. And one of my kids are gonna be like fuck that. I'm running away. I'm going to build a nonprofit and Ghana. You just don't right. You don't know. There's too much variables. You know? So like, honestly. In that scenario for sure, but but if it's my if my daughter asked me thirty nine times about my coming to this hip hop recital. And it's a one million dollar deal at Dunkin donuts, I'm not going. I'm going to the recital. It's just making decision. Right. It's just make it right? There's just making fucking decision and then living with it. And most of all not worrying that your mother in law says you're not spending enough time with like that's just not employ the biggest. Because then I'm like what about you? Like when people judge me. Why don't we dissect everything about you? I'm glad that. That's what you think about me. What about when you did that like so every single person here does fucked up shit. Harry, Jerry investors who can take in the company without trying to drive shit without trying to navigate by giving them Pete. You just you just ask right? I never thought I would take money until I met Steve Ross because he was willing to give me equity cash at a high valuation and have zero. How do you find you ask ask around? Hey, do you want to invest? I don't. That's exactly right. Like, honestly, maybe four years ago. The right now, I'm fully like, I'm building my machine. So it's no. But I'm telling you right now six years ago, the answer would have been yes for fifteen minute coffee, and it might lead to it. It's really that. Simple. Right. Lot of people who are good sales people. They actually inherently are very comfortable with. No, that's what separates you from everybody else. Right. So you're gonna good spot. Right. Trying to track down when I'm wanna big fan. Try to find things that were invested in that look like you. In some way, and try to go that same person. Right. If you if you see somebody who's kind of like that. And and what they don't have to say. Yeah. You know, there's a lot of the other people. I really really really like right now is third generation trust fund babies if you can find somebody who's twenty to thirty three who's extremely trust funded out, and is very much in a Beezer Mykonos Vegas kind of kid they're using investing as justification that. There are an actual human being. Right. Right. So they they want it when they're on the boat with their sixteen models and bottles. They want to be like an investor. So your perfect for them because they need to put something in and their perfect for you. Because they don't give a fuck because they didn't make that money in the first place. True. I once told that to somebody they went to and got their investment dead fucking serious actually think it's a great place to go. Thank you for. What you do? Appreciate it on the company that publishes magazines. Yes. So we're making money selling yes. In access to Email with people aren't reading Email, read magazines as much print not opening emails much. Should I offer new better solution? Or should I teach them that? They don't need me..

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"beezer" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Know, usually the the Beezer Beezer usually blaming them. They're pretty pissed stinging up their stinging in the water, not happy the fucking the main thing guys. I think the takeaway from this is where tributaries for demons in the people vs and your asshole, but boredom and make sure to whip the water when you're the best way torture water. Yeah. Is the main thing guys that were saying here is just find a beehive and throw it in the ocean. Right. We we. No fun. Opposite of fun is boredom and boredom is what is painted as in the in. Our culture boredom is literally like the the thing we have to avoid the most like boredom junkie phone. Check your phones fresh IQ phone. Yeah. Check your phone. Check your phone watch out getting bored. Are you mortar yoga? God. Yeah. It's taking over. Yeah. That's it. So everything around like everything we see on TV and everything that we hear many of the products are various antidotes to this idea that of boredom of being still not doing anything over-stimulation. Yeah. That's it. Yeah. Remember when we used to just sit and hang out around the fire with. The ancient ones. They ancient time. We just do our thing without screens. Yeah. I. Kind of cool. But now as cool too. I mean, electron music is fun. It's crazy. Making music is is glorious so much fun. So much fun stream of consciousness doing coming talk more about what you were talking about. Which is. Con kind of almost conjuring. What is that when you especially for modular since into? So you've you've experienced this with because that's pure electron. Ick voltages and just really real really really real compared compared to Digital's more in in the box in the computer. But that's why this modular stuff is is crazy to me the real -ness of the voltages and the electricity. I don't know what like my sense of it is that it's some kind of for me. I see is more of a kind of like oracular device like kind of like reading entrails, and I know that if I've got a practice where I've been sitting, and if my mood, my consciousness is even slightly shifted with an intention -ality of being grateful for my existence, then the music, I get lucky enough to. Dial in is usually more harmonious and sweet if I'm confused or pissed off or freaked out or whatever like either just squawking awful shit comes out or like, you know, nothing really flows. There's even worse. The worst of the worst is a kind of like sense of squeezing out something like I kind of wanting to push thing out of the sensor wanting to like pull the thing out Ripa thing out all those aspects of it just slither up. Yeah. Yeah. Like, which skin a snake to come slithering out? And sometimes I'll stream making music on it. And like when I do that. It's really funny because then you have external forces that helps but my assumption when I'm doing that people just know that I know that I don't know how to make music on these things. That's the key. Yeah. It's not just not. Be so not be too serious. But I think there's two modes of thought with what we're talking about one mode. I kind of subscribe to is what we're talking about is. There's so many variables. I don't think I can get the same thing twice with all. The variables going on right now. There's other more scientific producers and stuff that will be that will be the more more in the mode of thought saying, no, no, no, no, no. It's all science all frequencies. Just get dial everything in the same exact way. But I don't know, man. I cure saying, I think there's something more to it. Where channeling something's going on. When you're you're turning these. Of course, there's so many variables maybe it's just really hard to dial it in the exact same. I'll tell you always get infinite new things, and you get that like one thing that I've, you know, this is so I'm sorry, man yourself fucking cool. I keep forgetting your this genius music. Wiser now is just rambling about making sent me. No, no, no. The thing is, you know, more than I know this particular like, I don't even have a modular analog since. I'd no idea. What's going tricked me for that? You made me very comfortable. I appreciate that. The the one thing again, this is complete neophyte new shit. But like one thing, you know, I was recording music into able to and from this thing, and I'm like listening to God damn it..

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"beezer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Do you think that she's trying to get on the show because she feels like Colton is a potential husband or she's hoping to parlay this opportunity to become the next Paris Hilton of a Beezer? Why? I think she's one husband away from being than on on one of those real housewives shows as a dude what can you tell me if you were to be in his position, how important is the sequin dress when exiting the limo. Let's say one of these contestants gets out of that limo in yoga pants, and you know, a workout shirt does she still have a chance if juxtaposition juxtaposition with girls who were wearing sequined gowns for Macy's. But you're asking thirty five year old who has six kids. So I like the definition of for Vida is I want someone who's Baird I want someone who who has hit that can bear like five or six kids. Would it have been hard for you to remember all the contestants names and the final rose? Abso are you can. Yes. Absolutely. He he knows you know, seventy five percent of their names. There's no question, actually, that's probably high. I'd say he probably knows fifty percent of their name the ones that were leftover caroliina. Katie Alex Hannah Nika Caitlyn any Kirpa Heather a lease Asia, Courtney Cassie demean Nina Erica, Sydney, breach Angelique, Tracy, Nicole, and Catherine all the names of something like a boutique in Florida all those girls whose going to rise up and win his engagement ring. All right. So like, I said, I we got Hannah. The one that got the first rose there's there's two hands. So I still think I based on one my my prediction to start with. I thought I thought Hannah just on her picture. I thought it was someone that would go for I still think she has a great shot of being the one at the end, I actually think Cassie might be dark horse. I know you think that because she's from your neck of the woods hundred Huntington beach. Right. You're probably pulling for her. But I I think I'm still going to go with my my initial prediction. I think it'll be I think it's going to be miss Albama. I would like it to be required honest with you. I wanted to be demeaning, and here's why demeaning to me has a mother that's going to be released from jail soon for embezzlement. I want the crazy uncle who's had too much to drink and spill all the families during laundry, I want that I want parole officers. I want ankle bracelets where can people find you? Because they should know when you're watching the show live that you will do Instagram stories, which are hilarious. So where can people track you down? And then I also want you to tell people where they can find your book. So you can find me on my Instagram. That's at Tate twenty eight that's my alter ego. So yeah, follow me at Tate, twenty eight on Instagram. My book I wrote about our journey through through, you know, my with my son and through our our cancer battle, and you can find that book at at Barnes and.

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"beezer" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast

Zero To Travel Podcast

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"beezer" Discussed on Zero To Travel Podcast

"Right. Then there how they are naming them. And we have also changed a little bit the trash holes between the different groups to make it more obvious and so forth. So we we have modified the bids. How do you take such a massive amount of data and distill it down to something meaningful? And I'm asking this because maybe some insight into your process, what you all have done to first of all, let's just talk about figuring out what thirteen questions to ask and how to structure these graphs, and then how to visually represented in all these things that go into your work to give us a real picture of the world as it is today. That's not a small thing. Mrs Beezer big ideas, big thinking with an objective to essentially obliterate, ignorance what what a big idea, and you're tackling it in in a way. That's it's such a monumental task to take this amount of data and turn it into what you have to make a true representation of what the world is. And I'm just wondering what your processes for that? Because this might help people when they're consuming or when they're taking in massive amounts of data as we all are every day. How do we how do we like? Put that into our brains and put it in the right places. So shortly I could say, it's a painful and slow process. So that I would say a starting point. And I think the reason we have been doing this is because we have a passion for actually making. I mean, it's a true passion trying to figure out how we can get the basics of the world. Understood by many, I think that is the that is the driver on a frustration has grown that. It's feel how has felt when we've been doing this. I mean visualizing data in different ways. We have had the growing frustration that it feels like people are totally wrong in how they perceive the world. And then we started testing because we were curious to find to find whether we were right wrong. Do people get the world correctly. It's just us being, you know, frustrated for no reason, right? But when we have been doing testing, we've tested hundreds and hundreds of questions, and it seems like people are pretty wrong about the. Words. I mean, it's not it's not that we are thinking that everyone needs to know everything by heart because I don't think that, and I don't think that is realistic from that, we have distilled down what we think is the absolute core and the absence of basics that everyone should know. Right. So that they can understand the world better without learning everything by heart. I'm putting the news into context. So I think we have been working differently than others because we have haven't been driven by a certain career goal. If we would have would never had worked with this. Because this is you know on the surface is going to go. Exactly, exactly. So it's. It's it's based on on a passion of actually making this happen. It wouldn't have been pulse. -able if not the big organizations producing data had been doing that. So successfully because the UN and the World Bank and all these other big big players have actually pretty decent data..

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