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"benxi" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

02:21 min | 3 months ago

"benxi" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"It. They go to school after medical school. They're integrated. The respected by fears and Benxi is right on. Talk of the trustees are in those countries. I had a host there not too long ago. older guy, no age and I said well. I want even a dentist. I can't remember exactly what he said it was under Jan was say eight years, and I said once before expecting was whatever sales management or you said all Obgyn. In I. Don't have to tell most of you. Eighteen thirty nine year we see Maryland segregated off panel in. The DDS degree. To stick into into the medical curriculum, somebody what somebody which medical to with all the so called specialty? Would like to see now a medical a lot closer now you went to a decent clinical school and I do I would like to see dental schools teaching what we really do now you look at the revenue flow, and then she and I know you. It's in that with your vacation. And the success of it. Donald Success What do we do a forty percent of the? Country Spots Tonight's another ten twenty percent commando goes to. If you put it all together in a dental school, oh, my gosh is a few hours. That's what you do. That's what CG family and send your kids to college and right now we know the calcium content Razzi. We don't happen to know we don't happen to know. How did you initially if you if you go to a major lab like white? I was speaking to right before this. Ninety percent of the impressions coming into will out some defect nine percent nine, nine zero. How most major labs would say the same thing? In other words? The major thing we do is fix browns and I would like to see. Schools hit real world subjects. And Yeah, we got basic size we get the same basic sciences physician does and Even that I've got.

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"benxi" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"benxi" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

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Woman shot in stomach indicted over unborn baby's death

BBC World Service

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Woman shot in stomach indicted over unborn baby's death

"Now this story that's being told about internationally it's about a pregnant woman in alabama not shade jones she was shot in the abdomen five times by another women of to being in an argument last december unborn baby had died i'm shay was charged with manslaughter as the state came it was hopeful that the child died whilst the women who shoto walked free poche shifted is involved with the sexual assault prevention education in the state of alabama and she spoke to me alabama one benxi loses her unborn child she had been shot she got arrested and after she got arrested the shooter went free she in getting charged with manslaughter and was just indicted by jefferson county alabama which is birmingham area grand jury own maslov charge it was taken back into custody all yesterday right now the police one of the police offices following the shooting said it was the mother of the child who initiated and continued the fight which resulted in the death of her own unborn baby so the blame is being put upon this mother what's the reaction being has been outrage even from conservative which was shocking to me just to be out of this you know a lot of people want one that that i definitely agree with that i see across the board is that she needs punishment she physically is to get into fight and the stand punishment for there is a saudi battery which seemed appropriate for what they said that she did charge of manslaughter is ovary if it one own particular jurors shed any moral fiber in their bones that this had to do with the person who had of the unborn everything to do with she actually did and what was done to her she's guilty of assault and battery and nothing more and i think that that's something that maybe wasn't convinced to the jury enough for them to make that particular decision but mass louder is definitely harsh okay so this comes porsche up to the alabama governor signed a bill in may banning abortion almost every secombe stance including rape and incest now this poses another challenge in this case of masha jones yes it does pull it a another challenge towards her because it's proven that a person that is pregnant as to produce a live healthy baby at all times and everything is blamed base back on the female and another stab towards females that no matter what it is that we do the blame is going to come back on the woman even another one was in environment is particular case sue shot the victim in her stomach that led to the death on the show as somehow is dead of the individual pull the trigger wasn't blame it was the women who carry the child once again what's to blame for the actions of someone else because alabama again reminded is one of the eight states with fetal home aside laws that recognize a fetus as a potential victim it's interesting you point to the fact that she was shot by another woman and yet the mother is to blame we've got to talking about it it's been kicked on several times people are reading it around the world they're reading it across america just tell us what it's like with an alabama what's the discussion and how people feeling about this case is it divided all is it very clear whose side the state is on is in the middle like i said the shocking part is seeing conservative people that i know for fact pro lifers who's coming into fits of her based on the decision and saying that the punishment is too harsh as it relates to what happened in this particular situation and what that tells me is that

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"benxi" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"benxi" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Your guide genus passer, SAM's thinking on the phone to hear this might man, I miss knit child. You got to catch up. Okay. So it sounds like that book gay girl. Good. God is on a help you. I think having a moment to really pinpoint what it is exactly that is upsetting or uncomfortable for you. And then being willing to have a conversation, whether that I can't handle this, or I wanna walk through this with you, but I'm gonna need your support as our process. I think that you guys had to check that out, Abba, leave that if someone is. You know, willing to walk through things with transparency in Boehner ability with you into show you, how they are able to commit and have a loyal relationship than I think that it is only new to determine if God is place that person in your life. And if so, listen, if God has placed him in your life, he's gonna give you a grace to love him now. Listen, S award for somebody s word. Listen, because we don't have a grace to love everybody. Okay. I don't have a grace to walk star and be is why ended up divorced, because I realized that it was when I was gonna have to have a grace to walk. My ex husband through some things and I did not have a grace for that. And when you don't have a grace for something it is best for you to leave someone alone because you will leave them more damage than they would've been, I know, for fact that as much as I was in that emotional abuse of relationship like the emotional abuse was on both sides, because I used to unleash my map MB totally rude. In disrespectful in undermining because I did not have a grace to help bring out what guy place, down on the inside of him. I wanted him to fit this purge. Perfect little picture frame of what I thought marriage was supposed to be he kept on destroying that bringing other people into the fireman than I was trying to go to jail. It was too much on at inhabit grace to bring out the best in him. If you don't have a grace to bring out the best in him and you don't feel like he has a grace to bring out the best in you. Then you should leave one another alone. But you have to let me tell you about this love in marriage thing when you are in love. And when you are in mayor, and there are things that come to the surface in when God is brought that person into your life. There is a belief that you will have a gross to walk at person through something, I got pregnant at thirteen years old at dealt with promiscuity adult was self low self esteem, I dealt with all of these different issues in stroke was as, as I have been married to my husband, I have shared with him, things that have gone through things that I have experienced in some of those moments have been scary for me because I didn't know. So if he was seeing the same way he knew that actor roll a blunt in such a way that is still looked like the original real oh the output at the pet hadn't know how he was gonna fill about that. But that was my truth. And I shared with him these things about what I've gone through, and he has a grace to love me in who I am. And I think that you just have to have a great select people. And if you don't think you do yourself a disservice to stay with them. Delegation is laughing at me, because here I am of says, yes, Roland wants Benxi, if I have to be on. I'm gonna be honest about it as still my true, this, oh, Ashley come on. Come on. I love you right where you are. Okay, Maya says that's a word for real. Do you have a grace to bring the best Adamy sentences at is Reggie book last after having it on my show for four years of blessed me so much to learn of your story?.

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"benxi" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"benxi" Discussed on The Takeout

"Out out take especially how. No. I'm Stephen Portnoy with Margaret Brennan Benxi. And we're speaking to you on the very late evening of twos. Thurs Thursday Thursday. It's a trick lesson or two different times. Right now. This is what happens when you're on the same in Asia. And I shouldn't complain since he lives on this upside down world, Ben Tracy, who's based in Asia for us and Margaret Brennan IRA from Washington unfortunate that here on this show. We did not have an opportunity to share a meal, which is the conceit of the takeout. But we have had some pretty good food here. So Ben, what's your favorite, food and Vietnam. I went to place called bond me twenty five and I really enjoyed that. That was quite good all the great. I love you like the Vietnamese food Thai food. Yes. Very similar, but they all have their own unique kind of spin on it. And it's a great part of the world here. Fewer people I know are better traveled in Margaret Brennan. What's your favorite food here in Vietnam? Well, our promise me, mango sticky. Right. So that is why I'm sitting in this chair. That's true. I remember that Email. Yeah. I was promised beards yet. Believe it or not we will get some very soon there might there might just be some here on set. This is called the speciale. Right. It is. In fact, my line people have asked me this question is to save it. I've had four with every meal, which is not entirely true. But I wish it were true. Major Garrett who gave me the keys to this program from me promise that I would ask you the threshold questions at every guest on the takeout gets asked. They are what is your favorite movie? What is the most influential book you've ever read, and if you're on a long car, ride or plane ride what music artist or genre much? You have to listen to Margaret Brennan, what's your favorite movie. I think about this movie that I really really lights, and if it's on all stop and watch it through is the departed. That Boston gangster movie. I love that. Yeah. It's not exactly like romantic, but. I think it's really good. What's the next question? My favorite book. So that's probably the jungle by Upton Sinclair, which I read when I was twelve years old, and I had been a vegetarian for the decades since. More than decades since then it's been it's been twenty six years. It certainly added to the interest in being journalists in turn me off eating needs of muckraking journalism book that helped establish the FDA because of exposing what was happening in meatpacking plant. So obviously Cheech. What about the music long car ride long? But we've got a lot of those in our future. Back home. So it's kind of whatever's on the United States schedule. I have so many books that I am reading at once some of it is just to prepare for face the nation that Sunday 'cause I have to go back and talk about a number of things, including we've Senator Doug Jones on the program. And so he just wrote a book to talk about his interest in civil rights and his life's work. So I'll be reading that. But I also whenever I come to Vietnam chip away at the tome that is bright shining lie the book about Vietnam and the Vietnam war and US involvement here, and the journalists who expose what was actually happening when the US government was telling very different narrative about the success on the ground. So I read like a chapter and a half on my flight here. I'll try to read a few more extent actually recommendation, Ben, Tracy, I favor movie. All right. So mine's a tie. I rarely watch. It'd be twice..

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"benxi" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"benxi" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"It's like it's a team that normally doesn't make it like the pears haven't been in that spot in a while had they made us the chip she's sort of that. I mean, the the fresh face in a prominent spot with a lot on the line. And then you've got to see does. She look like she belongs. Right. Exactly bazars been great. I mean, I six months ago. Talking about well, promo wise, you know, she's gonna come along. And all that does she seem like she's pretending to be mean and bad ass, and in stern or does it feel authentic, and I don't ask those questions anymore. She's found her footing as a character and its money. It's it's they're going to they're going to make things work on the main roster with her. I think in a big wet. Yeah. I think she's awesome. And I, and I I think that a lot of that is because she this is what she wants to be doing. There's no she strikes me as a person who is just happy with her life in wrestling. And and that comes across in the level of commitment that she has the level of understanding that she has for who. What where when and why her character is? The report even the New York Post picked up on this wrestling of sort of reporting, Ronda Rousey might might be considering leaving after wrestlemainia this year kind of anxious to start a family and the schedule loving what she's doing it. Just sounds like she's kind of torn it would it. If that is the case, and w w was concerned about that. Could we see a fast forwarding of some storylines in order to fit in something with Rhonda and shayna? I mean, there's so many unanswered questions. You know, if Ron goes away forever, or does she just become a special attraction which case you can come back in a year year and a half at Shane is established. And they can have a big money match with her, and it might mean more. But even that's an x factor in the mix. It's hardly a for sure thing, but it's always been there even a week or two ago. I talked about Ron and the pacing of how long as you're going to be around and do want to get as many matches out of her. Now in case, she doesn't stick around for the long run because she has made it very clear from the beginning that she wants to have this other chapter in her life, and there's. Anxiousness if not a biological reason to try to get to it soon. Yeah. I don't think that there's any reason to rush this stuff even run is not going to be around because it wouldn't have the significance that it could've. Anyway, I doing something with her in shayna even anytime within the next year would kind of be laced like there'd be no way, you wouldn't have any significance. It wouldn't be the same at all. And realistically if we can get Rhonda if Rhonda word Aleve wrestlemainia, right? And she Benxi were to come back in two years and do some kind of special attraction match realistically, Shane obeys. Lawyer is the one person that she would have no problem doing a special attraction match with. So I think I think there's no rushing shayna. She doesn't have the box office appeal that Ronda does. So you can't just bring her to the main roster and have her do the, hey, I'm dominant just like Ronda Rousey, because you know, she didn't have that em backwards shouldn't have the background that Ronda does. Meaning she wasn't the biggest female star in the history of MMA. So you know, I. I think that the for that to really pan out you need to spend a lot of time establishing Shane obeys ler as the most dominant annex t female of all time. And then over on the main roster maker just as on beatable as she was on. And I think that's doable. It's just a matter of, you know. If you wanna do something with Rhonda, it's probably even if she doesn't leave this year to make it work. It probably should be a special attraction thing that happens down the line..

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Legendary Chocolatiers Leave War-Torn Syria For Hungary

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Legendary Chocolatiers Leave War-Torn Syria For Hungary

"Serious war has devastated. So many lives not brooded so many families and businesses for that matter, including one of Syria's oldest chocolate makers, it's a company called grow. We a brand synonymous in the Arab world with something special a gift of handmade chocolate or fragrant candied fruit. Now, this company is reopened in a country. That hasn't been so welcoming to immigrants Joanna kakissis has the story from Budapest. On Benxi avenue in Budapest is lined with luxury boutiques representing the finest names in Europe, the name rally stands out, this boutiques from Syria inside their sculpted, walls and ceiling murals, designed by the same man who crafted Cartier jewellery shops. But the jewels inside the glass cases here or handmade hand painted chocolates. No, EMMY, Tsing clusky. Where's plastic gloves to select them for curious Hungarians? Yeah. And they s like what makes this gieco special? And so we thought them how much effort goes into each piece of chocolate who does not have to brief tourists from the Middle East people recognize the name like they're just coming. Oh, my God is is with the growing. Like, we said, yes. The grocery that's one that you know from before Basan Mugabe who ran the company came from one of Syria's oldest merchant families. He wore tailored, suits and loved classical music. He named one chocolate after an opera by composer, FRANZ Liszt. And he supplied chocolate to the Queen of England his wife that I'm yes as he believed in his chocolate that was amazing me that every time he wanted to taste his own chocolate. He has. Sparked in his eyes, and he looked at it as if he's seeing it the first time, and then he's so happy, but war forced the family out of Syria. You know, you don't really leave your country. You take it with you. This man of the memory everything roses from Damascus pistachios from Aleppo apricots from Huta. Here's Basan talking with a Chinese news network need good machines. But you need the people who is in love with talked of making chocolate. He flew many of his staff from Syria with him to Budapest. They reopened their factory in Hungary where they could afford real estate and labor costs in Europe. Hungary was not kind to Syrian refugees walking through Europe in twenty fifteen Hungary in police attacked them with batons water cannons at the border. To tech Jimmy Hudson. Nebulous Prime Minister Viktor Orban's has repeatedly declared that Hungary is not a nation for immigrants, but his administration. Welcome. Does it always they had money Bassano? Could I we invested in Hungary and made this promotional video celebrating his company's relaunch there were looking to build a beautiful presence in Ongeri and to Hungary on the chocolate map of exporting high quality chocolate. Then just as the company was taking off again. He was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. He died in may his wife. Rania now finds solace in the Budapest teak. They built together. It's making me feel that I'm was have. And it makes me closer to him. What's closer to him? And this is the only way for her eyes fill with tears, but you watch them away. There's a work to do the shop is full. In serious legendary chocolate here is expanding to Paris for NPR news. I'm Joanna kakissis in Budapest.

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"benxi" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"And the code light of day when you thought about it to come up with an idea of what you would do. But recount I said. He pus, and they said to hell with the regulations, I would have stayed with the I shouldn't I would have accessed the the defibrillator I would've used it in a safe a moment. I could if it was advising show because that was the lost chunks now without Steph to advise assist to whether that defibrillator would have had any meaningful of faked we come show. Go south Alexis, usually affects the patients ability debris, and of course, without Shing going into the lungs doesn't matter whether the Hans going pumping the secretary system without Shen. They're available on sadly, the is inevitable because the brain needs Saimaa hoax when Benxi runs out. Shutdown of eventually, it'll close death now such a difficult situation. This it's very hard to double guests. I've no doubt the crew involved will be having dreadful volts of what occurred on there for the rest of their lives. Let alone the family in both and everyone else who's the story has touched. So I really do try and treat this particular incident with a huge amount of sympathy for everyone involved because opposite while but that was the thoughts of crew now. I don't if you have any thoughts from the way you'll system works. No. I think that that's pretty much in line. As far as I know with the way, things are our policy is at acme. What do you think? Yeah. I would think that you know, it it's judgment call at that moment in you know, it's a regulation issue. But some. Sometimes you just need to look past regulations in in life and death situation. So you know, I can see can see the flight tenants point because you get a whole issue of full of people as well that you have to be worried about the safety. But unless me it's wet to to the safety of the aircraft in in the entire passenger load than I would I would tend to agree that maybe something should have been tried. But you know, we we can Monday morning quarterback. At all we want it in the end of the day. You did say something that, you know, Dr Steph is not here. But if lex is a progressive in probably may have been. Anyway. So we don't know the one treatment coast that can give relief as an Bula hen. Yeah. And the patient had own and they was one on board. They were both used now won't most medical experts, and certainly the camera who on not medical expense while unaware was that they should be used in separate muscles. So I think they both went into one leg the big muscles one like, and because of because of the way the adrenaline is absolved. I I am informed by recount that they've discovered now teaching that you should put a pen in each leg. Because perhaps, you know, putting the both into one leg just doesn't allow from the land to get into the secretary system. Well, and also. Most epi pen seemed to be a really short Natal and apparently attests shine that they the abilities to be a little longer to have a proper affect. And also they do time out at the time expire relatively quickly. And it's quite common for people to carry them around full much longer period than that, really useful. So they that all came out of the inquest, apparently, I have moved it up passively. So I'm relying on the body information here, but that'll adds to it if they adrenaline had what properly then, of course, the the differ bellator might have been a real option to bring this young lady back to live. But as it was sadly, nothing seemed to work. Chris congratulations on your PP L, and let's he sent us in on the twentieth of October. So by now, I'm assuming that he is knocked out that q exc-, and is perhaps maybe even has finished his skills test. So congratulations. Whether it's being pretty reasonable loss. Couple of weeks thing is Crossley. Yeah. Hopefully, all right. Be all right in with the with the feedback. And let us know how he did. Absolutely. And I think that he said he is going to do that. So excellent. All right with that. I think it's now time for the best part of the show. And of course, everybody knows it's the old pilots plain tales and this episode or this week's episode is well, I'll let him tell us..

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"benxi" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

The Doomsday Podcast

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast

"To do for our listeners is to put everything into the proper context and apply all the perspective that we have gained through all the years of covering this team. And you know the Cowboys have scored forty one points in three games that's twice as many as the cardinals, but fewer than every other team in the league and you, you have to wonder if the quarterbacks passing statistics might at least privately. Have the Cowboys wavering in their conviction about Dak Prescott is a franchise quarterback. You look at it dating back to last season. Prescott is now thrown for fewer than two hundred yards in five straight games. The longest such streak by Cowboy's quarterback since Quincy Carter in two thousand and three. Then the number I referenced earlier as often game that was a playoff team, sir. Yeah. Well, that was the Quincy was. One of the most remarkable I think he's going into the ring of honor any moment. But in those five games, he's averaging five point six yards per pass attempt with three touchdowns in four picks so. So what can the general manager? What can Jerry Jones do to change that fire Scotland hand is offensive, coordinator fire. Jason Garrett is Ed, go Benxi Dak maybe should. Maybe he will do some of those things, but but I don't know how it really makes a difference at this point. The the mistake to me seems to Aben that the personnel decisions made it wide receiver and tight end after they released is Bryant and loss. Jason Witten to retirement, you know, they have no playmakers that those positions and so they got you million it by the Seahawks and a defensive superstar. That has we said they've been trying to acquire for some time in Earl Thomas, and really the only offense of player that they have who's feared by defenses. Ezekiel Elliott who made to dump plays himself had his, you know, best rushing game of the year, but negated a thirty one yard touchdown reception with a penalty for being. Out of bounds as he lost sense of where he was on the field and then breaks his longest run of the year and loses the ball at the end of it because he carried it away from his body and fumble then and and to your point about the coaching, you know, last week and their only victory so far Dak had a career high forty five yards. Rushing using that quarterback option being a physical presence in the game against the giants. No attempts against Seattle until they were down twenty four to six in the fourth quarter. So my question really is, what is it that the Cowboys went in that game thinking they were going to do to score? I mean, there were no deep throws nothing down the field. No run after catch, and it's more doting that the other quarterback Russell Wilson also failed to throw for two hundred yards. But we've seen him do it. He's been to two Super Bowls, and you don't have to throw for two hundred yards to win, but you have to make plays in the passing game. And Wilson did that often enough with two touchdown throws and Dak had absolutely nothing working for him all day. Yeah. In in a in an amazing that this team in you've. Seattle over the years quite a bit, and you know that Richard Sherman was somebody you knew really well. This is a team that suddenly they, the Cowboys are able to sort of encourage of the teams and and when you think all is lost, they thought maybe getting home, maybe having Kam chancellor beat the twelfth man today, maybe that would aspire them suddenly in office of line that had looked horrific, gives them a tiny bit of hope. And as you said, Russel Wilson, I mean, he's been running for his life every game so far had been six sacks in the previous two games apiece and had been running for his life. Well, they found a way to get things done and they've got a new office coordinator in Schottenheimer. They're trying to get things right. That is a total rebuild that they're doing in the Cowboys really didn't even stay on the field with them. And I mean, that's. It's pretty humiliating it to borrow word..

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"benxi" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"And there are no guarantees that we're going to be able to replicate all of the different things that we were able to create in China. Okay. So let's talk about something a little bit more fun. Let's talk about innovation. You guys last year actually established a relationship with a company called Benji lock that was on, I think shark tank for having a connected padlock. I would love to get your take in some tips from you on how to bring something that's very cool, very innovative, but may not be up to the quality standards of physical device and kind of meld those two worlds together effectively who spent an exciting journey. One of the things that we've learned over the last twenty seven years is that nearly every product sold in the United States is way more complicated than looks. We look. At categories that you look, you'd say, how difficult could that be? And then once you begin to understand what the standards in the industry and the consumers expectations and manufacturing processes that are required the deliver on those things, we walk away from a lot of different business opportunities, but we do know how to make that locks. We know how to make your locks and we know how to make lighting electrical products. And so with Benxi lock, when we saw this product, if CAS in January two thousand seventeen, and it had won an innovation award at CVS and we said, how can a padlock win the innovation award and an electron IX show? And we met Robbie cabal the inventor, and we said, wow, this is a really cool product. And boy, is it going to be tough to build because we understand what it takes to build padlocks. We didn't know lot about fingerprint technology, and we didn't know a lot about the electron IX that would have to support the two of them how you integrate them. But we worked with Robbie, and we looked at this technology said, there's a way for us to deliver this technology to consumer. In a way that could really delight to consumer and it could meet or maybe even exceed the expectations of the adventure fast forward to October. And Robbie goes on shark tank, and he develops a relationship and ultimately secures an investment from Kevin O'Leary Mr.. Wonderful. And in November, Kevin and Robbie's team. And I ended up negotiating a license arrangement whereby Hampton would manufacturer market Benji lock initially North America, and we went on TV and I met Robbie, finally on November. Thirtieth live on CNBC on the halftime report. Wait, you've met him time. Live on CNBC. We met for the first time live. Our team has been working with Robbie for over eight months, but he and I didn't actually meet until we saw each other live on CNBC. That is awesome. It was a real feel good moment, and the last eight months has been. Filled with engineering back and forth, testing penetration, testing all the stuff that goes with making a reliable secure product..

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"benxi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"And there are no guarantees that we're going to be able to replicate all of the different things that we were able to create in China. Okay. So let's talk about something a little bit more fun. Let's talk about innovation. You guys last year actually established a relationship with a company called Benji lock that was on, I think shark tank for having a connected padlock. I would love to get your take in some tips from you on how to bring something that's very cool, very innovative, but may not be up to the quality standards of physical device and kind of meld those two worlds together effectively who spent an exciting journey. One of the things that we've learned over the last twenty seven years is that nearly every product sold in the United States is way more complicated than looks. We look. At categories that you look, you'd say, how difficult could that be? And then once you begin to understand what the standards in the industry and the consumers expectations and manufacturing processes that are required the deliver on those things, we walk away from a lot of different business opportunities, but we do know how to make that locks. We know how to make your locks and we know how to make lighting electrical products. And so with Benxi lock, when we saw this product, if CAS in January two thousand seventeen, and it had won an innovation award at CVS and we said, how can a padlock win the innovation award and an electron IX show? And we met Robbie cabal the inventor, and we said, wow, this is a really cool product. And boy, is it going to be tough to build because we understand what it takes to build padlocks. We didn't know lot about fingerprint technology, and we didn't know a lot about the electron IX that would have to support the two of them how you integrate them. But we worked with Robbie, and we looked at this technology said, there's a way for us to deliver this technology to consumer. In a way that could really delight to consumer and it could meet or maybe even exceed the expectations of the adventure fast forward to October. And Robbie goes on shark tank, and he develops a relationship and ultimately secures an investment from Kevin O'Leary Mr.. Wonderful. And in November, Kevin and Robbie's team. And I ended up negotiating a license arrangement whereby Hampton would manufacturer market Benji lock initially North America, and we went on TV and I met Robbie, finally on November. Thirtieth live on CNBC on the halftime report. Wait, you've met him time. Live on CNBC. We met for the first time live. Our team has been working with Robbie for over eight months, but he and I didn't actually meet until we saw each other live on CNBC. That is awesome. It was a real feel good moment, and the last eight months has been. Filled with engineering back and forth, testing penetration, testing all the stuff that goes with making a reliable secure product..

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"benxi" Discussed on Podcast Borracho

Podcast Borracho

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on Podcast Borracho

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"benxi" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Yeah guy or you saw we just me and jeff had a pre podcast meal on santa monica boulevard right poice town and you know we both got a lot of cackles you more than me with those basketball shorts on well i'm a friend of the community i love all people i mean i was a man well i'm transition i want i think i'm one of the straighter men on our although i lived in a somewhat gained byron as a child because my mom didn't leave the house a lot rhymes reckless right so the hairdresser was gay the nail lady was a lesbian her stylist was like liberace gay so i was raised around gay people in matab was william business so much that i was raised by a black guy for the most part leroy was that leroy's aimlessly right prance and you know he was the first person that died in my life that affected me like it was like as if my dad died and you know benji the great benji of flow right he had one of the best roast jokes ever well i don't remember the joke necessarily but it was the fact that he did in knowing that ever done alleroi joke on me right because it's incredibly i don't talk about it a lot because i still get choked up about i see that but benxi somehow found out about leroy and then he got me pretty good with it and that's when i remember this.

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"benxi" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Sully benxi for burger meister pain relief i sometimes feel the pain creeping right from my kneecap straight up my leg then it crosses over and goes up the other side to the brain and it grips my head i don't know if you've ever felt that yes headaches like these where they grip your face just like john hurt had his face script in alien can really hurt bad and it's bad of you ever had your face gripped by a headache john hurt continue i can't wait to get some decent food burger meister pain relief get it in the handy six pack the powder or the injector needle put it right against the temple shoot it directly into the brain sit back and wait for galactica to begin burger buster purred relief available now at suber boob berber berber real place famous filigree show the pacifico in southern california back on the line here this is good friend era audrain from frazier foods and fill henry to take you want me to all right i i didn't know it was me that was going to do this interview that was my understanding they said they was going to be general sean i said all right i'll take it because i think that occasionally i like to talk to a man and said can we get that music out of my head before i go nuts thank you very much sorry.

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"benxi" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Dead grass piles who now i can bend over and she's done it's hard work because you're gonna use rick rate greatgreatgreatgreat isis the ah so of now i'm going to be i'm going to be like a crazy benxi my son allison has a meeting tomorrow had lot from nine to noon so i'm going to be totally flying solo trying to rake up god knows how much lawn and get it all it's all about getting it so i can have done by sunday so i confirm loss and then blow it'll blow up in the next week or two but then what sox is my water bills in a go through the roof i'm barely being using it and two two months ago is one of those seven which is the lowest level ever be in the air okay last month won once a 127 awkward i do i did not water my lawn executive producer chris and i know you're you live alone youth your cats but what's the what's your water belcher typically exit waste and water okay so what what is your what what was what is a typically around this time of the year thereby twenty bucks watch fortyeight dollars i hate you is twice two and a half times i didn't know i had a lot of my lawn i don't want her now there's nothing nor is dead well you know what i mean was sleeping so i eat i add but you know what i do do though that i swear to you is really the biggest thing i think but i'm not gonna find out by shutting up is the warring foundation fifteen in the morning fifteen the night year round unless it freezes and people don't understand the north not god bless you know trying to media or toward nicky were taught new era out don't listen to me i get my advice from jim dutton from texas on pruitt and he only.

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"benxi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"No this kid was going to do something but there were warning signs yet elaborate i just want to clarify the nolan was actually going to do it though but they they've already admitted should have done more they've messed it up right but he doesn't talk about that because he's a fool now here's another thing there is no parts in on this planet can name one kid in chicago who's been murdered for the last fifteen twenty years or whatever it is except for benxi wilson and you may know who he is because he was the greatest high school basketball player in the city of chicago and nothing has changed since them and and curse says let's get the politicians who were going to do this change this change this and change this barack obama is from chicago down hadzic eric holder and and and he was the president for eight years do we learn rail on on on on trump and what's wrong with body except for him okay let's take a deep breath you're okay becker short because i've got i've got plenty opinions on everything but we don't really break it down on wfan's now being out what's the by the guy breakdowns what did he say i got an here is sportsmen as he talking about what steve kerr as an nba letica no he doesn't really say anything he just wet cargo on the recording and that with it bother 'cause i remember we had this discussion before and i've talked to friends about this whole thing are you bothered and do me a favor going i know this is due trust me go get about what steve kerr said it forget about what anybody says i do you really have a problem with an athlete or coach giving their opinion whether that's wrong or you agree or you disagree or not does it bother you win they say anything you know what i mean does that bother you but i want to re bardot either bottle well there is no because it from what i've heard the political opinions of nba head coaches at least the ones may publicly tend to be onesided spelled y playing about others is and the.

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"benxi" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Benxi let's get right into it why should conservatives care about the environment michael great to be here there's a few reasons first of all uh has an immense economic impact if the environment's doing while the economy is doing well let's just the truth uh another reason for conservatives to really care about the environment is that it's the number one issue that millennials think about when they go to the voting booth uh some polls showed it as number two but either way it's it's a really important issue for the youth demographic when they go to the polls and the truth matter is republicans haven't done an amazing job making it a priority over the past ten or fifteen years and why is held by the way bumps or before we go on because i i agree with you i see them talking to millennials they really care about the environment and they're always worried about global warming and things like that why why is this the number one issue for millennials does that reflect some kind of agenda in our schooling or is there some more legitimate reason as to why were so concerned about it yeah i think part of it isn't a schooling obviously be get taught about climate changed other environmental issues from a young age that being said i just think that young people have an inclination to change environmental policy because they can see environmental change is happening that matter if it's caused by man a climate change or not they see that environmental changes have benefits if it's done the right way and they also know about the economic impacts of being pro environmental especially if you're a conservative who knows environmental policy you know that being pro environmental can have a nance economic benefits um and so i think it all those together have kinda made it a priority in obviously the the the schools have pushed climate change into a lot of people's minds and so that's probably the first and foremost but there are other reasons as well absolutely and do you see any distinction here because i do think these schools have kind of made radicals out of concern remains like me were all i wanna do is throw those little six pack can plastic things on two schools of dolphins.

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"benxi" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Highest feud original film ever on the service so they have decided they've picked up a sequel so maybe fell answer a lot of those questions you had about are they had given other shot i think i'd give a book cut works you because the acting is so good all they have to fixes everything else that's it for the focus that's also really good the focus they nailed that adult lutely right well rumors are swirling the cameron dea's might be about to become a first time mom sources tell reiter online that she is expecting her first child with her husband benxi madden who remembered that they were together nabi under their prettier under the radar i love that features they're just not out there like other couples it just want to be in the spotlight all the time so if radar in line is right and she is pregnant kudos and if they're not by the way does it say it does in these i would think tuck amongst yourselves okay look it up i i just them i'm surprised i shouldn't be these days because obviously medical advances have made it possible for many women in their forties to have children it's not as rare earlytomid even yeah yeah but you know it it is unusual to see someone had their first baby battled fortyfive fortyfive okay fruit and also in the best movie the holiday feet as wanna watch that bright the holiday l the whole of terry and i just want to read this this is that this is the service we get lemme lemme just read this to you and you say hey this is a good service we should continue using okay they get a center came in story and whatnot okay ladies start your engines because brad pitt's hidden a single seen sources tell new york's page six gossip column that the golden boy got shatti with the blonde at a los angeles coffee shop then introduced himself as william the lucky lady mentioned you were like a bradley but brad explained that's his middle name any wrote off on his trusty bike it's never read from that source we were the that's it no one and if it's true why would grid pitch try and spin possible some when there is no pits william i'm definitely not brad pitt and if you missed it a couple of hours ago huge news for people that.

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"benxi" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"benxi" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"One of the show i'm jason were locked in i'll tell you how lonzo of wall's rookie year just got even more in bear and i'm colin coward and i'll tell you why i think he lie manning's nfl days are old bird speak for yourself starts now i feel great conviction witness what's peyton manning dead kyrie to super bowl why not eli hello and welcome we're joined today by fox nfl aol is greg jennings and mark flare let's start in new york with the news of eli manning bench benxi has prompted some strong reaction everyone from tiki barber to phil simms several realize former teammates have been cape enough for him with justin took call it at one of the dumbest decisions he's ever see also you manure say allied deserve better even actress kate mara the meese giants owner john tweeted she was heartbroken bid makhadov address the decision today i get the reactions i understand the emotions and we're standing responses spirits off couple of days a week with your we have to put our emotions aside and make the best make the best decision for the new york football giants and a peace with the decision i tom rock of news day gut reaction from giants owner john mara who said quote i expected an emotional reaction from fans it's been in excess of what i expected given what is meant to our franchise it's understandable maher also added that he initiated conversation with general manager gerry reese to get a look at other quarterbacks are cowher did john martin the giants to ally wong here i don't think so i have always i have this a belief system that i believe when you have stars and they're very rare you pam if you have to over pammy over pam if they want private jet take care of them you take care of their family you pamper back rubs every day because they're so few stars you're a pro bowler i'm treating you different.

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