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How to Grow Your Podcast with Benjamin Shapiro
"Plus introduce our listeners to Benjamin Benjamin. Shapiro is the host of the Martic and voices search podcast his to his property drive over one hundred, thousand downloads, reach tens of thousands of marketers, each and every month Kudos for that. That's huge success on your podcast but Benjamin's also brand development brand development and marketing strategy consultant that actually left a successful career in business development at Ebay where I think you're there for two thousand, five to two, thousand, twelve something like that was like two lifetimes. I feel like was in college twice their. super-senior. But then if you jumped into bootstrap to start up with multiple marketing teams at an early stage, VC bat companies, and then you're doing independent consulting and content business and most specializing in helping growth stage companies understand how to identify the overlap between corporate identity and customer needs to build an effective marketing strategy. So welcome to the show, sir. It's It's great to be here. Excited to to chat. Absolutely well, we certainly we wanted to get you on the show certainly do appreciate the time you gave us on your show. He had a show about a month ago talking about some of what we do here on the edge on the different content curation but we wanted to continue further the conversation on our show because there's a lot of substantial information when it comes down to podcasting growth and monetization of podcasts and I had to get you on. We have a longer form show that I wanted to pin you down. He can't unplug zoom. We're going to have you here for a good solid amount time. Good. No, I'm here I'm ready I'm excited to continue our conversation. Honors. Appreciate it. You've got to major podcast that you have out there. That's the march and the voices of search. So how? This, we're a little bit more background. How did your podcasts come to be? Yeah, it goes back to the consulting business that I started I kind of flamed out of running the marketing department for vc back startups and I just got tired of what I was doing. There's ton of pressure You know not a lot of equity, not a lot of compensation when you're working at these early stage, Silicon Valley vc back startups and just hoping that you know your ship will come in five years and I just got tired of it. So stepped away and started. Just helping people figure out there marketing foundation and had a setup marketing channels really understanding. What a brand is about, and then their customers aren't trying to find the overlap between the two of them. Did it relatively successfully, but I started hit a ceiling after being a consultant for. Two three years. And I needed to go expand my professional network. Because I'd spent three years kind of going through and trying to work with the people that I already had relationships with. It's just running out of people. So I started a content play to try to booster, boost my my consulting practice and that's where the Mar Tech podcast came out and it was meant to build brand authority for the consulting practice make some new networking connections. and. I, never really thought it was going to be anything more than just a marketing experiment and after three months, we had like three or four thousand downloads and I decided to keep some of the chips on the table and instead of trying to sell people on consulting services, I just kept trying to grow the audience and. Buyer eleventh month, we were over ten thousand downloads and started trying to sell sponsorship so. The I guess, the end of the story is the consulting practice I was running at up getting eaten by the podcast created to promote it from the content itself, which was a great story because it's a rarity that type of content production really takes fire, right? I didn't think I'd be in the media business which has hopefully helped me figure out how to marketed has well, Mary Go. Being asked from a consulting standpoint more often than not to talk about podcasting as a legitimate medium for content production. Yeah. I don't really do a consultant in the same capacity used to was about you know interviewing people in an organization understanding how they should describe themselves as your customer were and then communicating that cultivating marketing channels and now the only real consulting work is more. To how do I get my podcast setup? How do I think about growth and so I do a little advisory work but honestly. Pretty busy just trying to grow our own shows and we're kind of playing around with the podcast network idea expanding into creating more content some pretty focused on content production monetization myself to helping other people
Pulsing signal detected in Beirut rubble month after explosions
"Rescue workers continue the the search search for for possible possible survivors survivors under under rubble rubble in in Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, Lebanon, a a month month after after a a catastrophic catastrophic blast blast ripped ripped through through the the city's city's port port Fox's Fox's Benjamin Benjamin Hall Hall with with details details sniffer dog belonging to a chili and search and rescue team detected a sign of life in a residential neighborhood. Audio detection equipment, then found a pulsing signal the rescuers believe could be a human heartbeat that they are urging people not to get their hopes up. Rescuer continued for most of the night as workers used cranes and bulldoze even their bare hands to try desperately and find a survivor. The more they have dug. However, the more careful the work has become for fear of destabilising the rubble. It was one month ago today that explosion killed about 191 people. Lebanon's deadliest peacetime disaster. Seven people still listed as missing.
Rescue Workers Hope To Find Survivor Of Beirut Blast 1 Month Later
"Workers continue the the search search for for possible possible survivors survivors under under rubble rubble in in Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, Lebanon, a a month month after after a a catastrophic catastrophic blast blast ripped ripped through through the the city's city's port port Fox's Fox's Benjamin Benjamin Hall Hall with with details details sniffer dog belonging to a chili and search and rescue team detected a sign of life in a residential neighborhood. Audio detection equipment, then found a pulsing signal the rescuers believe could be a human heartbeat that they are urging people not to get their hopes up. Rescuer continued for most of the night as workers used cranes and bulldoze even their bare hands to try desperately and find a survivor. The more they have dug. However, the more careful the work has become for fear of destabilising the rubble. It was one month ago today that explosion killed about 191 people. Lebanon's deadliest peacetime disaster. Seven people still listed as missing.
As annexation start date comes and goes, Netanyahu presses on with US talks
"Prime Prime Minister Minister Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu Netanyahu appears appears to to have have backed backed off off a a major major campaign campaign promise promise sailing sailing to to make make any any annexation annexation move move on on his his July July 1st 1st deadline. Israel's prime minister now says he'll continue discussing the issue with the Trump White House. But with each passing day, the chances appear to grow more remote that Benjamin Netanyahu will unilaterally annexed large or small part of the disputed West Bank he's facing Stiff opposition from his own defense establishment and critically, the White House is wavering as President Trump's re election polls fall and covert 19 infection spike. It's likely US decision on this risky move will be delayed. Correspondent Gordana
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Man I just I I would come in and out of cell Benjamin Benjamin is listening to you know the deal I'm at one twenty four today I go for one twenty five that's a big number and today I can offer you about two weeks okay I will say at all but how can you base medical fact one lakh but that makes no sense to me at all the man has had many injuries over the years now here's my here's my quarterback so is everybody else everybody else yes it had inhabit rest single person's head injuries like that land football has had injuries love life had to stop playing that season because they got on I. R. because they couldn't play through the injury well the Carson is had the bad luck to have the tapes to injuries where he couldn't keep plan but ordinarily I'm saying in the vast majority of his C. as in eagle he will play through these things what if the bed locked in a tent where is the proof that he now has good luck great question there is none but I guess you I well I guess when you're talking about statistically speaking the odds that he would continue to have bad luck are low and it and if it is bad luck as I mean everybody else who gets hurt intentionally we lost on that one yeah I don't understand I don't think that what if one player gets injured because it's unlucky what is the other are are they all unlucky now the some people are luckier than others there are that's why you can't that's why you can't base it on lock it has no if you can if you can run off a laundry list of injuries that one person has had in a short span of time then you have to label after label it what it is and it's injury current not know you can do that for everyone you can you can you can list a laundry list of injuries for every guy who's playing football it just so happens that some of them couldn't keep playing with their injury because they had to get a surgery to repair it or something like that I've been doing what he got here for who's an initial person George R. R. Martin that's all yeah yeah that's a real good double initial yeah that's crazy we have the double to go on Hey you could do that with your name Jimmy if you went with the middle initial what would your name James A. L. west seltzer A. L. S. about that that's pretty cool yeah us words sorry G. Jamie George I don't know why said you're charging a L. S. seltzer yeah all right that's good Nick in New Jersey what's not neck Hey what's up yeah Hey don't get by are you John why did you bring a doctor on the peace process for your argument or jazz while we were out here he said yeah but you're not there if you're entering Carney said no and then he said well admittedly he had concussion and medically that medically proven to be more likely to have the future I mean by definition there you've made about his entry try to not respect and says everyone is out of concussion which is most of the guys on the team right yeah but not every but not every quarterback injured everything we are there correct I mean I agree with Joe I don't think that's an argument I think it thank you the guy is by definition yes I think the doctor many ways lost me when he when he you know but I asked him to what extent did you factor in once his playing style and he said will be very little sunlight not follow that up with when guys keep the boat when quarterbacks run with the ball they get hurt one out of a hundred and seventeen times or something like that and it and and yeah anyone who holds on to the ball is gonna get hurt one out of a hundred seventy two yes I don't know I don't know that you hope it's not him but that's that's different for every client that's not I don't think you can apply that tested everything applied his style played huge I I don't even think lucky's realty I mean lock is all probability I require have different attributes which lead them to more problem what do this or that you think that's we're not special and in once case he runs around the activity that you that you got a active cornerbacks and put himself in this position I mean he's good I like him a lot but I don't think it's a not a problem what what would make you think that he's from what ever convince you that's a good question I guess if he keeps getting put on I. R. every year one more year two more years like one more year what happened what we need yeah two years into the next two years are we still having this conversation you know I'm back and said I was out of it a lot okay give me give me an initial guy percent thank you Minnesota yeah Lois right right hi man you got it let's go to Greg who's with this great you're on that thing Greg not ready to go we got beaten soundly well no I was this is Greg or somebody Stephen Williams now what's up Steve Hey how you guys doing today great Steve so I want to get my answer out of the way first for initial dynasty king yeah sure a really good one secondly John I want to tell you great job analysis James yesterday that one of my all time favorite bands man they're so good Jerry Cantrell I don't know if he's under appreciated in some circles but I mean he could have his own band being a lead singer right in the songs I mean so talent though if I don't know who someone is easy under appreciated or or or like like if I don't know if I can under him I don't have any appreciation I don't know who you yes Sir I am ignorant now not not that not in general to that you are Jerry Cantrell actually sang a lot of their songs to John not just me yeah I and he's just phenomenal the the harmonizing that he did it I that's not yet easy and and explained lead he's saying and he's doing it all right inside yeah he was so he still is amazing yes so that's really all I got guys but Joe you've got a lot I yeah I'd say I'd say on average maybe seven eight times a year I was on a roll to yours ago last year I was hurt I'd like to this you ever messed up messed up and grab your playing partners both I know I don't I don't think I typically do that now and some of them as as well as most reject Iraq yeah generally I mean unless you see a maybe I got a title is one in a friend's gonna titles one you might have a problem but our concern is they try to go out there and then you know that but you know differently abled if you go with the fluorescent yellow ball ever casually but it's more just had it on a cool to go with hollered calls because I don't know I don't know who's gonna collect but for me it's more just like you know it seems more like pot when you're going with like the yeah bright red ball I'll find the man there's times all thrown on my you know my bag and my leg feels better yeah they're kind of fun to say what is fun is is when you when you got off at night and the and the bulls went up do you have the glowing yeah I've done that before that is cool supercool ball doesn't go as far my balls with like designs painted on them are they don't have those you can do that yeah saram ceremonial stuff it's good stuff cool I cannot be to hammer contests I will take the second caller in the contest line two one five nine eight eight twelve fifty eight caller number two two one five nine eight eight twelve fifty eight you'll be competing as I go for one twenty five it be to hammer next this is David with your radio dot com sports minute come on the floor tell the truth you're making it worse when asked about drafting Jordan love the Packers coach said quote he was the next guy on the board yeah but you work on the clock the Packers traded up into that slot they were aggressive enough to give away draft capital to go get love so spare me the best guy available argument with the floor just says we want to play for the future we believe love has big potential it's vital to have depth there okay but don't put the garden hose on our back and tell us its rating this wasn't he fell to us that's a lie making it seem like the Packers are already trying to navigate the complexity of this Aaron Rodgers relationship this.
Netanyahu Attacks Justice System at Opening of His Corruption Trial
"Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu Netanyahu back back in court in court today today the first the first sitting sitting Israeli Israeli prime minister prime minister to go on to go trial on trial facing facing corruption corruption charges charges at Yahoo at Yahoo lashing lashing out at out the investigation at the investigation more from more A. from B. A. C.'s B. C.'s door Donna door Donna Miller Miller in Jerusalem in Jerusalem Israel's Israel's prime prime minister minister coming coming under fire under fire for his for scathing his scathing attack attack Sunday Sunday on the on justice the justice system system police police and and media media at at the courthouse the courthouse just just minutes minutes before before his corruption his corruption trial trial opened opened the Attorney the Attorney General General condemning condemning Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu's Netanyahu's deep deep state state like like conspiracy conspiracy theories theories the head the of head the opposition of the opposition you your you love your Pete love Pete calling calling his remarks his remarks a quote a quote horror horror show show the Israeli the Israeli leader leader has has convinced convinced his base his base he's innocent he's innocent but the elections but the elections are over are over now now three three judges judges hold hold Netanyahu's Netanyahu's fate fate in their in hands their hands in a criminal in a criminal trial trial that includes that includes grave grave charges charges of bribery of bribery fraud fraud and breach and of breach trust of trust
Teen Punched By NYPD Officer in Viral Video to File $5 Million Lawsuit
"The family of a fifteen year old boy has hired a lawyer and a notice of claim is being filed today Benjamin Marshall was punched in the face by a cop during a may lay of the Jay street MetroTech subway station last Friday he was one of five teams placed under arrest a brawl was caught on on camera camera camera Benjamin's Benjamin's Benjamin's parents parents parents say say say their their their son son son wasn't wasn't wasn't even even even in in in the the the fight fight fight and and and they they they say say say police police police lied lied lied to to to them them them about about about what what what happened happened happened they're they're they're planning planning planning to to to sue sue sue for for for five million dollars
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour
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September 11 terror attacks remembered 18 years later
"Events are underway in New York City at the Pentagon and near Shanksville Pennsylvania Nia on this eighteen th anniversary of the September eleven terror attacks president trump spoke at the Pentagon this morning. NPR's Greg Murray reports on on a warm sunny morning. President Trump honored the nearly three thousand people who lost their lives in the Al Qaeda tax eighteen years ago he also cited developments in Afghanistan a stand including a Taliban bombing last week in the capital Kabul. We had peace talks scheduled a few days ago. I call them off when I learned that they had killed a great American soldier from Puerto Rico and eleven other innocent people. The president said the US is now hitting back Jack the last four days. We have hit our enemy harder than they have ever been hit before. Trump did not discuss his longer term plans for Afghanistan Greg Mary. NPR News Washington General Motors announcing a major recall Michigan Radio Steve Carmody reports sports. The automaker says millions of pickup trucks and SUV's could have a problem with their breaks. GM says a pump and the power assist breaks can put out less vacuum back in power the needed increasing stopping distance and the risk of a crash. GM says the problems occur rarely in mostly at low speeds. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in has been investigating the brake problems last year the recall covers more than three point four million vehicles including Chevrolet Silverados GMC Sierras Cadillac escalades leads GMC yukons Chevy suburbans Tahoes between the two thousand fourteen and twenty eighteen model years for NPR news. I'm Steve Carmody. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing more resistance today. Scotland's highest court says his suspension of parliament is illegal ruling. It was motivated by the improper the purpose of stymying parliamentary debate over brexit the panel is not ordering Johnson to reopen the legislature but some Scottish legislators including Joanna Cherry are now for every moment parliament remains paroled the British government are breaking the law so we as politicians are calling for parliament to be recalled. The case goes to Britain's Supreme Court for full hearing next week. The Arab League is condemning Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu's vow to annex a large swath of the occupied West Bank if he wins reelection next week. Israel captured the West Bank in the nineteen sixty seven war Palestinians want it as part of a future state Arab League foreign ministers meeting in Cairo say the move would undermine any chance of peace between Israel and the Palestinians Saudi Arabia calls it a dangerous escalation this is NPR North Korea says Kim Jong UN has supervised the test of a new weapon systems. Pyongyang state news agency calls it a super large multiple rocket bucket launcher. The statement comes a day after South Korea said Pyongyang had fired two projectiles into the sea the Kremlin says the US is pursuing suing destructive policies after the trump administration sanctioned to Russian law enforcement officials as NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the the State Department says the two officers were involved in a crackdown on Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia two years ago Russia's Supreme Court designated Jehovah's Witnesses as as an extremist organization leading to a series of arrests raids and interrogations across the country dozens of Jehovah's Witnesses are awaiting trial on criminal the challenges and in February one church member. A Danish citizen was handed a six year prison term. Amnesty International has designated jailed Jehovah's Witnesses as prisoners seniors of conscience on Tuesday State Department banned to Russian investigators from entering the US saying the torture Jehovah's Witnesses during interogations President Vladimir Putin's spokesman called the sanctions absolutely unacceptable and said that Russia will respond appropriately Lucian Kim NPR News Moscow China says its exempting some US industrial chemicals from the tariff hikes it imposed in response to president trump's tariff increases creases on Chinese imports but Beijing says it'll maintain penalties on soybeans and other major U._S. exports. This is N._P._R.
Where will Trump go on gun control?
"And depressingly ali. It seems as often as not that by the time we reconvene. There's been another mass shooting this time. It was in texas where a thirty six year old man stopped by cops after they're being fired from his job on saturday got shoot-outs at a traffic stop then fled opened fire on on basically whoever crosses path killing seven people injuring twenty two you before himself being gunned down by police meanwhile just to keep the mood as grim as possible gear on tuesday hurricane doreen as we speak his <hes> just parked over the bahamas right now wreaking devastation while florida prepares for the very worst hi everyone well cheer joined by my colleagues nicholas be peter's sermon and catherine megan ward good morning folks out. Hey matt so catherine. After the last mass shooting events in el paso texas texas the anti immigrant mass shooting the president's started or kind of kickstarted some bipartisan negotiations on a possible gun control deal over this weekend. We i heard from and elizabeth. Nolan brian has already written about mike pence. I think floating that part of that might involve some kind of expedited death penalty action the same time that clip that we just listen to the president reminded people that most of the kind of most talked about measures that are contemplated after these events wouldn't have retroactively. We've kind of done much of anything so what is your sense catherine as the guardian of the second amendment in american politics. What is your sense of where trump is and is is likely to go given that he unlike mitch mcconnell for example appears to be kind of driving these discussions negotiations. I have no sense of where donald trump is likely to go. I have no idea what is going to happen. <hes> so right. He's been alluding to this package. That's working its way through congress or something thing it may or may not contain anything having to do with background checks in may or may not contain other forms of gun control. It's super unclear to me and i'm paying attention so i can't imagine what the rest of the american public thinks is going on right now the the detail though <hes> which you alluded to and which leads noah brown covered this morning about the possibility that we would expedite <hes> executions of convicted mass murderer strikes me as the most wrong thing we could do here. Expediting executions is not a good idea. This is a very very small number of cases getting executed faster which will still not not mean getting executed quickly to be clear and thereby implying that we will somehow remove some of the layers of legal protections accorded awarded to the accused and convicted is not a good idea is not healthy it does not actually result in fewer mass shootings in any mechanism that i can envision dan and it almost certainly will abbreviate due process in ways that other people will suffer for not just mass shooters it also comes on the heels of recent is an execution in texas where an innocent man was put to death so you know the the death penalty it. I that's not gonna go anywhere but it it trump's reaching for that. I think for grounds the fact that we're talking about symbolic action here he in the past you know he did push for a bump stock banner or enacted one through executive action. He's he's not averse to gun control legislation that has seen any gun control legislation on the part of republicans as seen as tantamount to shredding the second amendment and they're against it but trump has shown some willingness to do stuff it turns out from early reports that the shooter here <hes> you know that he was turned down for based on a background check already he did did not pass the existing limits <hes> in texas for a background check so it's not clear what would have prevented him and i think that gets to you know the first question with mass shootings is what is the kind of symbolic action that is going to be put into place and trump now is signaling to his supporters that he is going to back away from any kind of gun control legislation because they want that in less it something completely ridiculous and useless like expediting executions a you know capital punishment <hes> which will have no effect on anything but by the same token the other question. I think the more substantive one is whether or not we actually are in the midst of an uptick doc of mass shootings and after dayton and el paso. I talked to james alan fox for the reason podcast. Who's the preeminent criminologists he's been studying the substance surly eighties and he points out two things. One is that based on current trends. There's no reason our current events. There's no reason to believe that we're in a massive uptick of mass shootings or of mass killings and it's important to get those distinctions right so that anything we may or may not have any effect on what happens because we're talking about something. You know a series of events that are not in fact growing. They're such rare events. It becomes very difficult to act with any kind of meaning and and and effectiveness on reducing the number of deaths in mass shootings because they are such events. Peter isn't that <hes> though at the same time kind of you know. That's the that's that's doctor. Spock not doctor spock but actually what's his name. Mr slot mr spock. Sorry gosh been a a long time dodgers back. I think once <hes> pediatricians to ask about whether doctor spock he's actually the big on gun control yeah actually doctor benjamin benjamin spock also against the vietnam war whereas mr spock frequently used a <hes> disarming vulcan neck pinch instead of a phaser and he always said his face are too stunned right not to kill. I don't know if it was always. I like and he did try to kill kirk in that one episode. He was driven mad praying. It was driven mad by urgent urgent that where you just <hes> channeling the washington post our file of justin amash there because i think we should note that there is a pretty good washington post profile justin amash they came out this morning and it includes a quote from him telling a woman who had lost friends in the two thousand seven virginia tech mass shooting. You don't need to be scared of this stuff statistically speaking it's not common also noting that justin amash is eyebrows or sort of pointy in that same graph yes and he was wearing when i saw him that same week we went out to dinner and he was wearing a t shirt that peter peter will certainly now and probably the other view as well but it's a reference to a famous episode. The second generation or someone leaves second generation. Whatever the next generation the beat generation poet turned assassin. No i had to go to great lengths to try to culture explain to me. What any of it meant that did i just was it was as useless as the liz. Oh conversation that we had just before was laughing assimilated matt. I had to do with like a someone who only speaks literary allusions peter's ringing off your your spock. Dr your your peter tangle begging you bagging you say is that ringing off your peter team goal ever again accent yeah. What were you going to say. We're going to say about my question. We always go to the well actually mass shootings or not all that common yet the the body counts are getting higher. There's no question but the body counts are getting higher. Given you know terrorism isn't all that wasn't all that common back when when left aides were the hijacking planes in the early nineteen seventies but we overreacted to terrorism in the wake of nine eleven matt to the enduring detriment of our civil liberties send our our basic freedoms culture so i think it is actually you know i hate actually has been kind of canceled as a word but it's it's important to to figure out what the social reality is because otherwise we're going to implement policies that are addressing kind of phantom fears or things that are not import so right and your point is taken counts are getting higher on the individual events us clearly over the last five years so peter. Let's go to a policy question. <hes> which is comma harrison worker out there saying we need mandatory buybacks. What is the logistical problem with that notion so let's let's let's start by actually just talking about the politics of this. They're saying it because <hes> mandatory buybacks poll increasingly well and if you look at the quinnipiac poll well <hes> recently i it it polled the question of mandatory gun buyback so that's when you have to sell your your weapon that meets some certain criteria maybe not all weapons is but weapons that meet some certain criteria perhaps the same criteria that defined assault weapons that kind of nonsense criteria that didn't actually matter in terms of gun power power and that sort of thing but if you would be required then to sell it back to the government and they would they would pay you for it. <hes> we've seen gun buy back programs before in other countries particularly in australia that was one that president obama like to cite and has gotten some attention from liberals who have argued that it was relatively successful. I think the australia model title the australia <hes> what happened in australia just isn't really applicable in the united states. It's not clear that it was a success on its own terms in terms of reducing shootings. Ah murders and suicides which is the argument that the is that it did the trajectory was already going down for murders and suicides and the the other thing about the australia program is that they started from much lower baseline in terms of gun ownership and they were still only able to buy back about a third of the weapons that they were trying trying to get and so if you think of the united states where there are several hundred million guns in circulation perhaps as many as four hundred million guns and you manage to buy back third of them so let's say it is successful as australia. You still have two hundred and fifty million or so <hes> guns in private hands in the united added states and so just in terms of you in that still leaves you with a country that just has a much higher prevalence of gun ownership a much higher a number of private of guns in private hands than any other country and so you think the problem if this is the argument that you wanna make from the left. It's not the libertarian argument to be declare but if if liberals want to argue that the problem is very high rates of gun ownership therefore we should do what australia did you're still going to be left with very high rates of gun john ownership and there's not really clear answer about how to get get to the other side of of the liberal argument here in <hes> without changing the second amendment and if that's what liberals wanna do then that's that's what they should be proposing and that's the conversation to use a another cancelled word. That's the conversation we should be having but it's not the the conversation we're having we're talking about red flag laws that would basically attempt to do pre crime. We're talking about using algorithms to try and sort of figure out you know who's who's going to be doing what in advance that would that would at best be probably ineffective and at worst quite likely would target people who have done nothing wrong. <hes> were talking about the background checks that in this case in the case of texas shooter he he failed a background check. The background checks stopped him from buying weapon as far as i could tell and so it's just very difficult to sort of work through the policy solutions regardless of your priors even if you believe that guns are the problem and to be clear. I'm not saying they are but even if you you start then what do you do and what is your answer is. <hes> that you often get in response as well we should you can't just do nothing and if you look at that new new york post editorial that <hes> called for the reinstatement of the assault weapons ban. They kind of have the sentence in there. That's like well. It's not clear that the assault weapons ban did anything it's really unclear whether it was effective and and in fact it is unclear whether it's effective. There's not great evidence that it was effective at stopping <hes> stop murders. It's it's really a problem i on the other hand. I think it's also a little bit of a problem for gun rights supporters and for libertarians because the more attention these things get the more often they happen and the more deadly they are the more public support is going to be built for doing something regardless of whether it works and regardless of whether there's good evidence that this is is going to be an effective tool for stopping mass shootings murders and suicides and that's why you see increasing support for programs like a mandatory gun buyback yeah just in my previously appointed role as defender of the second amendment. Just wanna be clear like mandatory. Buyback is a shitty euphemism. Its confiscation. That's that's what it is and i think you know in the same way that we broadly speaking oppose indiscriminate application of eminent domain. I would actually go so far as to oppose. It was all eminent domain. Even though there's a constitutional justification for it like the the phrase buyback in most people's minds sounds like this the thing that they've seen on their local news where the police department runs a little program and somebody brings in their grandpa's gun that they don't need any more and everyone gets twenty bucks fox and a pat on the head that is not what a federal mandatory buyback would look like it would look like the dark dark picture painted in austin brags very very funny video have a gun free america in five steps which is violence and <hes> and <hes> armed standoffs and <hes> <hes> many much many many many more gun deaths than we currently are expensive so catherine i want to <hes> just in the interests of responding to the arguments that get made here when i see discussion of gun buy backs and the
Trump Heights: Israeli Settlement in Golan Named After US President
"A Jewish settlement settlement in in the the Israeli Israeli controlled controlled Golan Golan Heights Heights has has been been renamed renamed Trump Trump heights heights US US ambassador ambassador to to Israel, Israel, David David Freedman Freedman thanked thanked Prime Prime Minister Minister Benjamin Benjamin Netanyahu. Netanyahu. Promoting to cabinet meeting. Ordinary gesture instead of Israel are making to the president United States. The new name was to thank President Trump for recognizing Israel's sovereignty over the area. You're listening to USA radio news
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on The Virtual Couch
"So all we did the transplant put in the central line catheter. That was a little bit were deal. It was started bleeding too much like filler die whatever I do. But they just trudged through it. And then you know after about. Out. Four or five months everything successful transplant land. Well, my brother. Stop taking the anti rejection medication and his body rejected. The transplant. So. So he know of the change direction that you were heading down that. Yeah, we're talking about that time. Yeah. We did. We we mentioned that I told him I think I wanna do this and something that was he was aware of how how do you think of your brother and your job now? So every time I go into work. You know, it's funny because the the unit that we did the transplant a lot of the whole. Employees who work there though. Call me Benjamin, I'll call them Benjamin back like him walk out of the hey, Benjamin Benjamin that's not Benjamin e man out. We have something going on or say to like, one of the female, nurses, and they're like, no, that's that's that's not, you know, people there that then you end up working with them eat you remember that while a so like Toby, gene Dulcie those who's actually the educator. She's on she's on our team for the leukemia. Lymphoma society, she's educator for that department. Okay. Shoes actually a patient on the same unit with member. Other jury members story we're talking about. He was having a hard time with the treatment throwing a lot. And she offered to take them down to buy a slice of human eat pizza. Okay. So so while I've got you here ICU nurse. Stories. I mean, do you just have stories for days? Are you the one that you had a party? Somebody says tell me I see you stories. Yeah. There is a. People are different breed of people where the kind of people it's like the bodies are our career rights. We we see a lot of things. Yeah. I've seen lots lots of interesting things, we we. We're not judgmental. Of course. And and really at the end of the day. It's like you're here with me for this amount of time in my job is to deliver you healthy out of this situation. Regardless of what you make whatever you came in with whatever you did to yourself or to your body. That's not my role my role right now is to take all of them all that I've acquired over these years and get you healthy and deliver you with a heart rate and blood pressure in the day. I love that therapist saying so people come to be with their their things that they are going through and the, but with mine, it's a lot harder at times to try to sort through the reality. They're afraid of being judged. You know, how much am I going to let this person know in the ICU? It's there, you know. What's one? Yeah. Here stories that don't quite match up. But correct. Correct. And then and then, you know, you'll get the you'll give them that live from really really really is. That would happen is or my this is the one that like. It kind of gets me. The question marks. We're gonna give you drugs. We're gonna give you medication that actually can interfere with some of the drugs that you can't tell me that. Because if I don't know I give him something I can actually kill you. And I want to my mind my job or my career is trying to save you my I'm not gonna judge you taking this. We need to tell me what you've taken beforehand because if you if you've taken something that I don't know. And I come I mean, one of them that I'm just going to throw out the taboo, one is the blue Bill and a lot of people. Yes. But if you're if you are on something like that. We need to know a head of time..
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on DirtCast
"Yeah. So it was he pled guilty to racketeering conspiracy and firearms charges also for someone who was so fucking toughen his music and always talking about how he's a blood and shit. He snitched so fast. I mean. Oh, well, he gave up so many names that I'm just like what I don't like you really looks you, sir. One thing I need it. One thing that our live show guest. Austin? I were talking about backstage at our live show was how he was a the sandwich guy at our neighborhood Bodega. Oh, so it was a very quick rise. And fall just up and then happened to nicer person, I've one additional item that is not on this list that I just remembered as we were talking, and it is Andy Cohen is daddy. Now, he had his Phebe has bay bay Benjamin Benjamin named after his father's grandfather one of those. It's a boy. Yeah. We knew that yet. Every single housewife posted the exact same pictures and the small baby I'm glad that the pictures are not like the press Hilton ones. Yes. I never going. I know, but just that fear is always there. No one who's friends with Anderson Cooper, whatever do. I just again, the fear was always there, and I'm just happy that it didn't happen. Yeah. I I like his the live show yesterday must've been pretaped the live show on Sunday tapes because I'm like how on earth. Did you do all this? I mean, how does she do it? Yeah. I guess he probably like they probably knew when the the child was being born. Right. So congratulations to to Papa co at Papa Cohen. I that child will want for nothing. Yeah. So I don't know what else to say about that. Yeah. Congratulations mazal as Andy would say mazal to you, Andy. And that's all she wrote..
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Right. It's definitely thing. He wants to do. Yeah. And by steel, I mean, he wants to compete for her affections. Right. She has agency. And then beyond that like, he he's a professional. I don't know. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I mean, it almost seems like maybe it's a reaction to like. I mean, he's wears a suit. And he has like, you know, he's combs his hair and stuff like that. So he was very much the antithesis of like, Wayne and Garth who are kind of like, you know, we're kind of in the grunge era, then so they're like are, you know, the jenex like ideal was like Duda flannel shirt with long hair. That's true hangs on his basement. And wasn't even Benjamin Benjamin. Yeah. I think. Yeah. Yeah. And he is like kind of this like eighties leftovers like yuppie who's in this suit? And so you just are kind of coded to think like, oh, yeah. This guy's a villain. Whereas like if again the eighties. You probably would have been rooting for that. I also realized that Wayne's road is like cartoon reality bites. That's like it's literally the Ethan Hawke and pencil. Yeah. The eighties and the nineties really didn't like each other. At the time. Now, they're both classic. You android? Also does that has that nineties comedy sin of just casting two? Very funny. People have been just an extremely attractive woman. And that is her value in the movie. That's that's why Wayne's world is. That's why Wayne is attractive tragic tickets Andrew just because he gets a audible Boehner. That makes them go swing. That's tell us. He's having. And and as an audience where not like that's weird. We're like the joke have been waiting the entire film. But yeah, I think my point is that like his argument of why she should be with him as no more valid than rob Lowe's argument. They just both. They both think she's attractive. Yeah. And that's why. Yeah. Right. They both think she's very attractive and then Roblo butts into the movie because he wants to basically professionalize the Wayne's world TV show, and then he in the process wants to boost Cassandra's career, and that is probably good..
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"John, Jody what's? Up how are? You Before we. Get to the gospel outshine that on, your, coach, question, to me? It spellcheck we'd Peterson from Philly. And volume press will have to be in, the top of Ron Rivera guy those would be my first one to mention river boat ride They've done. A nice job of fan and I think he's one of, the better coach. I know, he'd make the top five make my top Ted but he's got he's got again, his boy Cam a healthy and be focused this season because I didn't like did you see. The viral, video of him and Benjamin the, other night. I heard about it I mean I know something, have Benjamin Benjamin Benjamin question Cami could have, been better needed a more quarterback and he took some verbal shots at him and then they were playing the Carolinas playing buffalo where Benjamin ended up and Cam came out onto field while the bills were warming up and he walked over to him and Benjamin was talking to a teammate has and Cam just. Steps in front of the buffalo kid to talk to Newton kind of aggressively and I didn't, think was right. To do and Benjamin just kinda like. Turned away from him didn't say anything didn't didn't like blame Hands on or anything I'll just like eight didn't want to be bothered talking to me it was just play Cam kept following him around the field he just kept walking and. Chasing after him to continue to get in front of them to further compensation and Benjamin was, like listen I'm. Warming up here buddy This is not the time or place I'm not going. To have this conversation and Cam just wouldn't let it go. And somebody was good enough to have a camera and ready to go for just like forty five fifty seconds it was it, didn't, look good for Cam Newton No. Not at all and I don't how much of that, is on Rivera did he has to real but I think he has I think you're, right I think he has to? Play, a, part of. That, he has to get them under control. You can have your quarterback agreed I did you boy tiger as played pretty. Well here is it going to be able to keep the might not let him to the, door but it. Hasn't been. Tiger fading no no it hasn't he Aide whole soft, kept goes just I mean the guy is a stone cold insane so if tiger plays, well and he can't catch this? Guy, you, tip your. Hat Right but I don't wanna see tiger just walking out, of here come on He Yards on eleven. Here let's knock it. Close let's let's make earn. It that's. It, yeah You, want to see a charge and it may or may not end up in a, win but you want to see a charge on the. Back.
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on News Talk 1490
"The economy and the president went forward with it anyway declared canada a national security risk canada evans a big freetrader i mean he's a free trader to know what i'm saying so i just wanted to for seven to declare canada a national security risk is i actually have to thank the president because i only want to go on vacations and countries that are national security risks and i stayed away from canada because it's been too safe you know this terrorist attack joke either everyone in the world has to be on the level playing field and or nobody should be out we're not a level playing field we're actually getting the short end of the stick here which is why he's imposing tariffs that we keep getting under the guise of free trade this country keeps getting screwed it's true that part's true i mean look at look at china all of a sudden they wanna buy seventy billion dollars worth of farmers and oil drilling stuff and other stuff that you know they could copy and probably make over there did he says is you know it's factual but i think everybody should sit down with core hasn't say what either you get rid of terrorists or everybody's gonna have the same equal tariffs i mean what part of the problem is that the way they manufacture the way they manufacture don't know what you're saying the way they manufacturer you know when they have the gst added to all their prices and we don't so therefore we should have a little bit better hold on one second oh benjamin benjamin everybody oh my god that old please don't tell me doing really good he drove to pitch for the other day oh thank you very much this little kid you know in the radio station yes.
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"Yeah do that give him some justice after an what the fuck that sox all it's it's bad it's the worst type of movie words it's like it's poorly made she's so dull so predictable boring all right the third question comes from ben ingram which film are you more excited for solo a star wars story or that pull to ps big fan of the channel keep it up thanks ben good kid good head on his shoulders good taste and film and you tube channels parents could taste the name benjamin benjamin frank favorite founding father done philadelphia is at what movie are we looking forward to most jornada out of the two i don't know i i hate to admit it i've been so against solo little bit a little bit excite you kinda get ready as we get closer i'm like all right i i wanna see this avakian yeah i feel like i know what both movies are going to be yeah i feel like though that pull to i'm more excited for deadpool two though by far solo can actually be good the rumors are that it's one of the best scripts for star wars ever written deadpool two is either going to be great or it's going to be really bad because that's what deadpool pool is he's walking the line between hilarious and annoying there it's a very thin line but if they pull it off i the last trailer for me when they had pete he's like that was hilarious was funny looking diving the you're in you're in here i don't know solo.
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on WWL
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"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on WWL
"Trying to get toward the first down marker and he's just shy by about a yard very very close but i still think sean mcdermott with a touchdown only god it's what's while they gave him the first doubt i really thought he was at least a yards shy of that first down and the bills are trying to get the hurry up they don't want to be able to challenge this spot they're trying to get up on the ball now the colts defense of players are not signalling anything to chuck cook ghana as we look at pagon on the sidelines cadete check soon web takes the snap it's going to stand there handoff goes to cadet running right mortgage hunt takes them from behind a game maybe a half yard will be second down in long though it should be noted that when the show mccoy went out of bounds there was in front of the bills bench so we could really see exactly where about but it sure looked at me like he restored of the first down the bills coaches felt that way too which is why they had him hurry up and run a play so that the coach could challenge it mccoy checks back in its second doubt and a little less than ten the ball is just outside the forty yard line twelve tenet cutting the play here in the fourth quarter seven nothing buffalo on top mccoy all by himself with the fuel benjamin to the right off the play fake web looking to throw bookie toward benjamin benjamin falls down it's incomplete nearly intercepted by quincy will soon as you went diving into the snow it'll be third down and benjamin comes up limping in this snow yards benjamin had a meniscus issue and recently had surgery and now he's going to go down or he is in a lot of pain on the near side of the football fields they got tied up with quincy wilson and now they're going to take a look at him as he is about a.
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Then you know people feel bad for maybe send them get well wishes yeah yeah come on alex i to go in light of people like that alex i'm looking at you know which elbow did you break that you told you told us on the air by the way you fractured it fractures broken yeah every day to either in the same thing yeah but you didn't do either i do i did i want you broke your elbow but it's fine right now yes become become it into hero by and but only put it benjamin benjamin double for me okay well look how everybody was getting a week ago you wouldn't be able to pengiran elbow with a i'm on a girl can it's not broken in alex if if you have to put it in the euro sling you have to come up with your own medicine there is no doubt that means you did not break anything the doctor said no your fine hundreds of here to to come come in and go and say on what what your mother has gonna defend the because that's what moms do exact mckay your actor where we're trying to make a man we're trying to help you out being a guy you're a wimp you bought a cvs little but you're still wearing the praise for no reason alex no i'm wearing a brace because i've syrup i saw a fractured wrist which has a fractured elbow yes out of ice over fresh would on only a cast on uh so so yeah you can break your elbow john and it only the as some and you can francs year risked within a couple of cast you have a little splint now and you're invited cbs by the way you can break your elbow and they want to cast on it and you'll be able to spend it back and forth really fast in a week so did you get that risk thing at cvs with the sling no it came from tops stay with us frank you just said this link came from cvs i like that as well i like to the light that well how do you expect us to believe you with anything that you saying if you're lined the position line about that was lewis was a believe this as she realized how many bonds they break i've.
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Why is it particularly important for you i think your current in general because they did a lot of new things things that had not been done in the same way it tapped into the youth market in a way that films hadn't up to that time films with a a certain polish of certain european flair and its influence who felt by a whole generation as you said of directors who took lessons from it i will come back to that but i want to mention why it's important for me because in the case of writing this book i feel that i must stand in for the baby boom generation people who were going to the movies as young people just in college just out of college work quite sure what they wanted to do with their life but they knew quite clearly that they did not want to live in their parents world league didn't want to follow their parents rules that has happened a little bit before back in the fifty is you can find films about rebellious youth popping on motorcycle uh the wild angels and amber wild one and things of that nature but this was about middle class kids a middleclass affluent educated young people who just had decided that they were not comfortable in the world in which they were being raised and identified with that strongly in a way i never would have identified with the personal hopped onto him yes sir in a way you identified with with benjamin benjamin brek the protagonists of course because like like you in the course the film benjamin rebels but like you just said it is hard to imagine him you're jumping on a motorbike like marlon brando either the factory can do a very specific sports car or interrupt a wedding yet you you mentioned that uh one of the things that was short of in.
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Okay so a lot of important stuff in this episode a lot of stuff with ramifications for down the line so we are going to whipped add get into our spoiler section of his uncle vengeance horse coming back hey it's just the horse there is no rider i love that john can recognize that horse just inches horse is a big fan of the horse but no benjamin benjamin is am i a and now that we are in the spoiler section rob and if you are not supposed to be here you guys got to get out of your right now we could talk a little bit about uncle benjamin who we're not going to see this guy for area on time right so what happened here that he ends up with getting attacked by walker's i mean we end up seeing at the we are would tree that ghost fine sorta has like a i don't know if it's a frozen human arm or if it they will white walker arm is that connected to the uncle bench and thing i don't know if it's connected to the uncle bench thing but it connected to a walker i'll turn connected there anything anymore it is get a bear out pretty quickly though we're we're going to have john and the nights watchmen who are north of the wall right now they're going to bring back abidi in that body is going to come back south of the wall into castle black and in the very next episode i believe or maybe the one after that is where we will see one of these corpses reanimate and attack lord commander more martin john is going to prove his worthiness as jay or moremon steward pretty quickly whether or not that has anything to do with pension i'm not sure but we're not going to get any follow up on benjamin really.
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Shane austin they were all ruled out as having contributed to that palm print bout but that palm print may have nothing to do with the actual case we are with her abduction at all yeah you it could be anybody's palm print yeah the defence alleged that the state used unethical investigatory techniques to coerce a confession from dillon atoms so pay attention because this is where it gets very strange and two thousand fourteen dillon was arrested on federal gun charges that would have ended in a lengthy prison sentence the prosecutor who was also handling the holly bobo case arranged a no jail plea deal on the condition that he go live with a retired police officer this is dennis benjamin who dillon adams did not know at that time now five weeks later after living within its benjamin benjamin called 911 to report the he has some one in his home that wants to confessed to the murder of holly bobo despite the fact that this confession led to the arrest of the men much of what he confessed to it did not match the evidence dillon adams states he's a mentally disabled ban um and that they kept him up all night and would not give him anything to eat or drink and this ended up in dylan basically saying what do you want me to say to the investigators claiming that he would have said anything at that point jason autry testify to a series of events that was drastically different from dillon atoms confession.
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Bombs for pot the best dining view on the now here's gene valicenti oh mayor bill nye bay that'd be only pay you have oh well thank you president roosevelt i'm not sure rows of working broadcasting live from the roof before the july parade we have nothing to fear here today except fear itself good border everybody look at this i right on the street i've right on the street hope adjust the folks at the benjamin benjamin church manner senior center have been kind enough to lumbia piece of the law on the day so i could watch the parade with the rest of rhode island i guess now we just had that traffic before their guests traffic is got a light but it's starting to pick up right here on the main route of the press before july parade which kicks off route ten thirty two dates parade number two thirty two part of the longest could tick us independence day celebration good morning to all of you we've got a terrific day for it the weather could be better the sun is shining the the grass is green the birds of lying and the people the bristol aligned are lining up there the best collection of lawnchairs i've ever seen if there's a folding chair that they haven't picked up a job lot yet it's down here they've got thousands thousands of the early over here in bristol there uh put the worms he regrets the doug mcgonigal's my co host for this commodity doug gene nice to have you here is this year i i supported leiper race my first it's my first two could imagine that while all these years of rhode island the first time i've been over here you know why i asked my family every if they want to go and my wife says we're going to go to the bathroom i don't i don't know what will rocco guards were fired a spot for you but today i finally made it to the bristol for the july parade that we've gotta love lot lott play it for you we've got budget guess the organizers all the politicians will be stopping bob we've got some performance coming to we've got a big big show was at selva used to say in the.
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Other you know i was wondering i read that i'm really again but the email the vet guy song i posted up on twitter and it was via while in offensive in just vulgar in outrageous uh but i always think to myself when when people i give people on my voice mail there was this one guy a day remember benjamin benjamin was this guy who used to he hasn't done and wow maybe a lost him or maybe he crashes truck because he was a truck driver best i could determine and he would put his phone on a little bit of a like a whole what would you call the holders something like that like a try it was a trap i was like in his truck right and he would drive is truck and he would post a facebook video just to me how margaryan year analogy any gone on this thing with last six minutes and he cost me out and do all these things and he was he was kinda out there and i thought it was funny but i always think to myself after something like that were or my buddy benjamin did they sit down with their family do they have daughters and sons to they talk that way around there ongcl's in their answer their parents said i just don't know of that exists were everyone's on that same page i get having a different opinion i get having passionate opinions about something i vehemently oppose some of the things that now cinema mccaskill stands for and some my other democratic friends here in the city but that doesn't mean that i can have a civil compensate them person now he's listening right now are are cousin at the radio saying she is he's part of the problem i was like to point out at least when it comes to sarah mccaskill that she's not dig durban or chuck schumer even when it comes to politics i mean i'm not saying those guys are evil incarnate although with chuck schumer i might be willing to take a step in that direction maybe determined to phnom kind of being hypocritical but i i'd never sat down had a beer with those guys i bet i could have a conversation if i would met i've never met either one of those and still agree to disagree on the important issues of the day.
"benjamin benjamin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Cbs it just sounds too deliciously sovereignly sweet and may implanted planted and i just and they also are like the actress who filed for divorce law and then they talk about sources loyal this is actually not sources this is like what people in politics do great i'm not going to use the name were there like i'm going to tell you story about me and then you're gonna reportedly nature yeah you're gonna i'm gonna be the source of him and unlike that's dumb because this saying a real story because a real story would be like sources say jennifer garner picks her nose in flings that at her windshield that's like a story that you you know what i'm saying that megs nobody goes to a source and the source says jennifer is just a really good person and she's doing all the right thing that's the planted fake story ray i was born actually was born at night so i can't use that phrase caroline was born a navy they're on the west coast so whatever name is you know it's night somewhere but not last night thank you thank you i mean do you see what i'm sorry i see what you're saying in on the one he what what this proves to me and i know that this is in where you're going with with the story but i think this serves as an adequate reminder for people when you're busy consuming i consuming the pop culture media and the hollywood gossip and you're if you ever find yourself feeling bad for somebody because this to an unflattering story got out remember that they have so much more control over what is printed and how it's represented then you think they do and so you read those things that the grain of salt and also recognize that there's a reason for everything dc i'm saying like benjamin benjamin benjamin lack benjamin jennifer donna are both trying to get ahead of the story to control the story which is like who care i mean great for them it's good for their careers smart move on their part but like i'm over here just wanting to know what's happening now because i kinda feel like he smells but my point is is that if if the if there was something unsavoury to print about them and they weren't getting in the middle of it and trying to deliver.