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"billy james" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

09:08 min | 4 months ago

"billy james" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"I wish I were here in California with me where it's nice and sunny this morning we're New Yorkers we'd rather be exactly if you're cases of krona virus. That's I think that's I think that's all that's the only card. We've got to play right now soon. So I if it's okay it stays in the beach you have all this produce and I can't go anywhere this weekend. Well Stacey Vanik Smith. Npr CORRESPONDENT CO host of the indicator podcast in planet. Money Quil Lawrence. Npr correspondent covering veterans. Issues thank you both for being here. We're going to talk more about corona virus and some other stuff But I I WanNa talk about a movie that may have been affected the biggest news story of this week Corona virus. I will play you a song from the movie. Guess what film I'm talking about. What kind of song is that sound like? This sounds like a heartbreak movie. I'm going to go Disney. At some animated thing we are way off. This is James. Bond theme doesn't sound bond in no is this like James Bond like exists. So this is the new billy. Bush Sung James Bond Fame. Really I like who I love. She's very mo Severi James Bond James Bond like going through. Something now is this like is this journey within like forget the villains outside now it's time to tackle the villains inside. The whole point of this thing is that His journey is delayed. Corona virus has led to several months delay of the new James Bond Movie. So this Billy James. Bond theme came out a few weeks ago. Anticipation of the film's release on April tenth. But now that krona virus has become a thing all across the country. They've pushed this movie back to November twenty fifth. Oh Wow yeah like several months so now. There's this new bond theme with no movie to Go with it Daniel Craig who is James Bond. He's on SNL This weekend. Going there to promote this movie. That has now delayed by six months. That's always nice to see Daniel. Craig I will say it is so crazy to see how krona virus day by day is affecting literally. It seems every part of our waking lives. Arrange a friend of mine on the platform this morning kissed on the cheek and we both recoiled really. No one will shake hands. They're doing this weird elbow bump which I you know. I miss shaking hands and hugging. I don't it's been great. It's been liberating. Don't touch me. Stranger anyway. Speaking of grown virus. We're going to start the show as we always do. Having my panelist Share their week of news in only three words Stacey yes I already have a spoiler. I know that your three words are about corona virus but there are about a kind of unique twist in this corona virus story. Tell US CORONA VIRUS PANIC BUYING CORONA VIRUS. Panic buying okay. What are you talking about? These are products that people have been buying in order to prepare themselves for the corona virus products that have seen the big spike in business as a result of people reacting to all the news about Corona Virus Rona Bump. The current about what products have experienced a corona bump? Well this is where things get. Kind of delightful. So they're kind of the obvious ones like Face masks have seen a huge gamble. One hundred seventy nine percents This is data from Nielsen hand. Sanitizer thermometers cleaning products. Things like that. In fact I talked to To men in Brooklyn they own a little consulting firm and Sort of on a Lark. For years ago they developed this product. One of the men this man. Andrew Kessler had been to Asia. And he noticed that people were face masks when they were sick and thought he wanted to design facemask. People could wear. That would look like a face mask so we designed this scarf called the scoff which is a smash scarf and cough it see. It looks like a scarf. But there's a pocket and you slide this very powerful air filter in anyway it was. They would get like a dozen orders A week or so. Now they're site is like crashed and so Andrew Kessler and Robbie. Patrick are like completely out of everything. I have a clip to play. We can't even keep up with that volume. We're just not designed. We are not three am friends and family contacting you and be like hey. Don't you make products? Yeah I've turned some of my beloved family away and fueled family members. You've had to be like I'm so sorry it's not happening. No it's more like mom you'll be you'll be okay dark it's crazy to hear you say that the weirdest stuff is seen an uptick right now like you were telling me this week that the work websites slack and zoom or seeing as well. I think it's a lot of people preparing to work from home. So that's gotten a big bump then like Costco and all these supermarkets have talked about the things that are selling out from their shelves. Now this is where things are. Kind of funny Oat Milk has seemed like a giant spike in demand. Why oat milk I think because it keeps time and fruit snacks. I know it makes me love America a lot. There's a pandemic coming all this crazy politics and like what do we do buy. We buy face masks and fruit snacks. You know like we might wash our hands but will make sure by everything. We can like fruit. Snacks dried beans energy drinks. Pretzels and supplements these are things have been released selling. Well does this kind of kind of makes you. Does it make sense to me? I don't know how serious I'm not normally that alarmist but we are kind of an uncharted territory. I guess I don't know I'm just digging. Like grocery delivery. Services are going to make a killing. But they'll keep delivering my question with this. You know it's like on the one hand. Stacey you have these examples of these businesses and products doing really well in a corona virus economy. Yes but big picture. The market's been falling all week. Oh I mean it's terrible for the economy because the global supply chain is so linked in with China. I mean so many companies have parts made in China get raw materials from China use Labor from China that this is an or sell a lot of things to China. So this is this is really hurting global demand all these companies from apple to Nike. Have come out saying that. Their sales are going to go down. They're not going to be able to get products out in fact the makers of scoff actually can't make more scoffs because part of their filter come an ingredient in their filter comes from China and they can't get it. I'M GONNA so you're saying that. Even some products that are experiencing a corona bump. They'll still be hurt because they rely on their product supply chain. Yeah yeah you know like such a huge part of our economy? Is The service sector. That's like one of the biggest areas of growth. And you know like you were saying with James Bond. Movie people are going to movies less. They're going out to eat less. They're staying home more. You know that's hard on a lot of businesses is campbell soup like doing really well I imagine they are. I mean the according to the Nielsen. Data dried beans. I'd beans I don't know lightweight lightweight stacey has a pump of sanitizer in the studio. I so I did buy some hand sanitizer. But only I could find was this peppermint and citrus God. No that ends GIN and tonic. Well okay maybe you got me there. It actually does it. Smells like GIN and tonic. Gin and tonic for the record does not work as hand. Sanitizer yes listeners. You should know were. You're listening to it's been a minute from NPR. The show where we catch up on the week that was I'm Sam. Sanders joined by two guests in Studio in New York. This week quil Lawrence. Npr correspondent covering veterans issues and Stacey Vanik Smith NPR correspondent and Co host of the indicator podcast from planet. Money all about the economy quilt. I WanNa ask you for your three words. They are about Story that should have been a lot bigger in this last two weeks. But I think corona virus and other stuff on the coveted up my three words and I think you'll allow hyphens and contractions. You're cheating I would say my three words are pull out and declare victory. Yes as in just leave and then say we want to well. Afghanistan and the news headline here is at Gosh almost two weeks ago now. The trump administration announced that eventually all American troops in Afghanistan.

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"billy james" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"billy james" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Insider Grainger studios reminder coming up on ninety minutes from now it is the blazers and the nuggets game four from Portland last time they were on the court. They play basketball for a while in the end after four overtimes, Mike Malone's, Denver Nuggets fell short, and you try to learn from the loss and rather battle, you know, both teams are exhausted social thing for them as for us. So we will not use it as an excuse. We haven't used it all year long wall start using it now Mike Malone's nuggets series two games to one not since the days of red our back. Poaching testing PJ it we have a game goes long as it did the other night in the playoffs. Back to you guys in Philly. Thanks have only forty one hours from when that gave Mandalay tip off guys. Log in sixty minutes in that game. Right here. We got type dam Eighty-one. Who knows how long we're going to tell you what I don't know if it's a medical fact testy, but I guarantee you Denver was more tired than Portland was after that game James Ennis on the floor will find buffalo before he passes. Kyle our a little too tight on that is foul. The third of this quarter against Toronto and the third against Lowery in the game. That is significant not three individual files are tower. Three team fouls already on the raptors nine thirty four remaining tied for the tenth time of game for inbound comes to Jimmy Butler, seventy shoot as he works. His way to the left against Lowery, spins against Lowery, still pushed out tipped away by lower Butler gets it back wheels. And fires. Goes in. I'm white meltdown down has that was car allowing not to lose. Oh, what a bad foul here James is full board the advantage that the Sixers had. The second on NS, but how Butler that internal clock? Knowing the shot clock was winding down. Turning wheeling firing off the glass it end. Four. A federal. Signal James Ennis, I fought for a fall in the back court where there was a personal foul James Ennis, the bene Leonard technical missing as the first free. Throw miss by the Toronto Raptors game for the afternoon. What do they call it off the ball or just a regular technical would have been before the inbound? That's exactly what it is the ball while had yet to the inbounded James his picking full board committed the foul. I just saved the announcement on the public address. Did not hurt the Sixers as to why. Leonard misses the free throw about that Bank shot by Jimmy partly ball. Got knocked away from his back to the basket. He saw little time was left just turned shot at bly back today. Raptors down three because of that Butler three nine minutes to go Siaka, right, orange, seventy shoot. We're gonna get it took a Saul does Joe solid. The mid post passing out Lau a ball fake with two drives to the baseline Phages. Fires barely caught the side of the red Tobias Harris with the revised sixties got to be careful with their shot selection. Right now prep project. Stop Ben Simmons and made a call. I gotta figure beats up on top. It's a pick and roll with Harrison MB. Alright. So Butler has the ball. Excuse me, driving too. Big steps Mullane hangs. Mrs nearly got his own miss tipped out box. All the way to the far side out of bounds. It'll stay with Philly Bawku is just try to keep that ball. Out of the hand of a Sixers mid surge. And the bias Harris in the first row without the charter sorry PJ two point three on the shock. Why they didn't they said notice session? So just tap it out. Eighty four eighty one Philly twenty six ago, James Ennis will inbound about two strides from half court with two point three on the shot clock gets into Harris at the top squares for three missed it off the iron. It was typically lose four thousand go against Toronto gonna call it Pasco Siaka. I thought they were going to call it on Bentsen. That's what I thought like Ben was using PASCAL shoulder to go off. But instead they said PASCAL was pushing off again, we keep talking files. But that is now four team fouls on the raptors. So he get eight twenty two to go. Next foul OB and the bonus fourth personal on PASCAL Ceac him inbounded Simmons up by three of the Sixers drives five Harris base clock qualify Bacha. There's lower the other way just inside a half-point with the rafters down three passes to Siachen on the right hands it off to Leonard Hawaii holding the outstretched right arm. Now switches to the left into the mid post ten. To shoot sends it out gets it back hassle by Butler, spins to the base like lost the handle. Pets at least a six over Leonard hearing game and many of them almost all of them were near the basket. Most of them are like occurred within like ten feet of the basket. Did that your mom passed? But everything else is as gets in close in spins it, it just gets away from him. Eighty four eighty Philly seven forty nine to play four quarter Passover to Harris drives the baseline fives 'em beat a MacLeod spinning in the way. Triple team gets rid of it Harris has a look for three. It's on its way. No, good rebounded by Leonard and a loose. Ball foul. Kyle Lowry ended up on the deck thousand go against Billy James Anderson's just committed to files. One hundred one to bed is out of bounds ninety four feet away. And that one was about seventy eight feet away from the basket when they already had four tune team foul advantage. That's to me poor files by James now has three total as you said Philadelphia with three team fouls now Mark Davis is headed over to the monitor. Checking out maybe when NS knocked down lowering going through that imagine seeing if you trip them what he fell it didn't look like a flavored. I'd love to see another replay the indication I'm about a minute ago was tripping signal from Mark Davis on that foul. Meanwhile to free time out for both teams the raptors huddled over in front of their bench. And now the Sixers headed to their side with seven thirty six to go in the fourth. Here's your look at the ABC replay. I'll tell you. What was he tripped? At the reason he did Kyle Lowry kind of elbowed him and not them down. They've come up with a decision. Just a common foul, but it was kind of a retaliation still silly foul pile our in James Ennis were hooked up trying to clean them out with his left elbow chesting knocked him down. So he stuck his foot leg, I'll think of the best. That's team foul. Number three. They had a big advantage. They should have one foul James just committee. Tim fouls inside the free throw line. In the backboard Terada. Megan pay eighty four eighty one six or seven twenty eight ago, they go to Gosol baseline left against Harris into the lane bumps with the left shoulder fakes the turn up the hook missed it. A Bacha offensive rebound at a foul underneath against Billy. Big lineup is hurting really on the glass down near the saw had a smaller player on him. He got the hook shot. Doc, but missed it. But a box had a smaller player on him. He got the offensive rebound. That is the second foul and Scott the fourteen fouls or both teams are at the limit. There. Does the advantage seven twenty to go came to be in the bonus. The rest of the way inbound to Colli letter jiggling right hand left hand free throw line, jump stop. And Elaine passes out to console gets off a three from away at heads China game at Eighty-four does Marcus hall. Seven minutes to go in game. Four Billy with a two one series lead on the rafters seven minutes for the biggest win for each of these teams this year Jimmy Butler on the Wells Fargo center logo at the right hash to the three point line to the tip of the circle. Upside NS gets back Butler against the Baka three to shoot Butler. Step back date three. No good to log NS kept it out to stop fourteen Robin critical. That was the huge quiet and darted over his turn the ball over. Jimmy Butler was coming over for a hand off to try to throw a bounce pass and Jimmy Butler, and his sheds JJ Rettig started become an incendiary as he's already up to the scores table that was the eleven turnover doesn't come in here. Eleven took turns each way six and a half minutes to go in a eighty four eighty four games. It's so difficult for the Sixers when they don't have 'em be to go to down inside a less than one hundred percent. Joel Embiid hearing game for his letter drives hangs file gets a shot. Shot off no gets himself to the free throw line for the chance to untie this Dame at six twenty to go in the fourth. Mike Scott picks up his third while the Sixers all guard and forward lineup on the floor. All be a big lineup, but got Ben Simmons. Mike, Scott Tobias Harris, James Edison, Jimmy Butler. No bigs and Toronto's got walked to Saul it Sergio pocket two big on the floor. As to why? Leonard hits the free throw. He's six of seven at the line thirty two points. Four letter. JJ Riddick comes in for James Ennis for Leonard. He has had at least thirty three points in the first three games of the series shooting for thirty third here. But it pops in and out. No, good rafters lead by one. Second free throw Mr. Colli, Mr. technical also Joel Embiid has short off the bench. Just wait a t-shirt underneath his jersey back on eighty five. Eighty four Toronto. Here's a three pointer up, Scott. No good tap Simmons controlled by lower. The raptors browsing six minutes to go and game four. NB? Megan a slow walk through the stories cable Lowery dribbles between the circles met by Tobias Harris left side. Leonard has got thirty two shoots three missed it. Scott the rebound for Philly. Maybe a little bit of Teague and landed here in the fourth quarter, thirty seven minutes and counting as six get it into the front court and Brett Butler taller. Brett Brown Paul's for time out with five forty to go here in the fourth. We will step away from Philadelphia with the raptors try to even this best of seven series of to their leaders one eighty five eighty four on the Sixers five forty to play. And this is the NBA playoffs on ESPN radio and the ESPN app presented by Indian..

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"billy james" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"billy james" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs have got a special guest in the house, Billie Jean. He's the CEO and founder of Billie Jean is marketing, inC sober. Yeah. Man. Thank you for having me. So break it down. What are you guys? Do something. So I'm the marketing guy marketers call when they need help marketing outside of that. We just help businesses find customers, and we do it and using social media, so Facebook, YouTube Instagram, all that stuff. They don't teach you in school. That's what we do. So like, Tony always says when the president or when the you know of a country, or when this person or this celebrity or this billionaire needs help they call Tony when marketers need help, they call you exactly upenn. So like if you had to summarize customer acquisition period, it, it's usually the number one reason why most businesses so they just don't have enough quality customers, and they have no idea how to attract you guys come up with some of the craziest videos out there. That's disruptive. It's different. It's unique. I told some of the guys are gonna have to cut some bureau shots of your guys crazy videos by those are fire. I want to know how you got a myspace though, gimme a little background on your story even comment on that with the videos like I strongly believe especially with everything going digital. And social you have to entertain before you can educate or execute. You guys do make incredible videos. I almost like some of your videos, you you act that you play the scripts in the ROY Moore's hearing the accent come out. So you guys make amazing videos. You definitely have to entertain before you can educating that's important. Give us a little background up. How did you become the market that you are today because I want people to have some context did you get your education the question? So parents they both grew up on welfare. But luckily, they of came up and provided me with a good lifestyle had this balance of going up in a family with a lot of people on welfare and everything else that you can imagine that comes with that. And then go into private Catholic schools might entire life. And so I used to see some of the most successful people in the world that were my friends, and then I see the poorest people in the world, and I was like holy cow. What's the difference between these two people, and it always came to the same answer was information and mentors? And so when I started in business, I didn't have anything like I just tried to figure it out, and I kept failing and failing and failing. Honestly, I just started like reading, and it's crazy because like, I know a lot of people if you're like me like you can't stand the idea of reading. But when I started to love and be obsessed with it was when I started to read to solve problems that I was facing my life. And then I figured out that books are like cheat codes the light. Yeah. They really are. Yeah. Whenever I came to a struggle. Like, I would just read something. So anyway, I started my first business with mobile oil change company irrelevant. But I realized how hard it was to find customers. That was like hold on. What do I do? So I did groupon. When that first drop tried all these other things and Finally I came into like social media marketing like Facebook, and I made like five bucks on online. Adding like, blew my mind. I got obsessed from there. Okay. And ultimately, how did you shift into the position that you're in now because I'm coach and consultant myself, you kind of go with the the old adage, right? There's always somebody behind you. There's always somebody that you're a little bit ahead of an if you can learn how to position yourself to charge money for that advice out get them to the next level. And then you kind of learn, and then you get to the next level. And then maybe you start teaching people how to do it. You did. What was that? Evolution for you to become the guy that other marketers now go to to get their education. Gotcha. I would say in short that a lot of people kind of tell how birther on the dick van demonstrating, you mentioned my videos, and so what happened is as I started to fall in love with marketing Facebook dad's company started asking me like, hey, can you do this for me? I have no idea what I was doing. I was just going just make up stuff and try and figure it out. But as I started to get results. The biggest thing that I did is I would record that I wasn't. I had these limiting beliefs that I was this twenty three year old black kid, and that nobody would take me seriously who had real money, etc. So when I came to the table, I was so insecure about that that I said I'm gonna come with so much freaking proof. They're going to have to to work with me. So I took a camera and ordered on Amazon. I think I started with my cell phone and I recorded every single advertising campaign but ever created. And when I would go to companies and say, hey, you should work with me instead of telling them I'd be like. Was this video? Drink, and then I took a video and put it online to a Facebook ad the next day ten grand in one day. Well, I was living in my mom's time. CEO and founder of Billie Jean is marketing, inC, Billie Jean is in the house. This is Business Rockstars, I'm Mark lack and we're here to inspire inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs. And my question is you like me both don't really like I say, the word hate the formal education system, especially for how they teach marketing. I graduated and spent my money to go to college. Right here, man. Let's talk about that. Why? If I thought it'd be kinda completely will be completed real I genuinely believe the traditional education system, especially of marketing degree, specifically, honestly, the biggest legal scam in the world. And let me explain why. So right now, and you talked to business owners every single day. Probably noticed by than anybody. If someone's going to start a company, and they need hustlers, which it's the force of any business customers where are they going to go to find test rush? And I'm going to add to that real quick because there's nowhere that they go eighty percent of chiropractic after ten years in business stopping a chiropractor because whether you're an attorney a chiropractor, dentist a doctor. They never teach you in business school how to generate leads because he didn't go to school for that is crazy. And in addition to that, everyone who I talked to coaching thousand business owners, they say all right. I know I need to use social media. So when people try and find customers the post on Facebook, they'll make YouTube videos and just trying to wing it. Here's the messed up part. Everybody who is running a business knows. They need the fine customers in social media. Now, any marketing school in the freaking planet teaches you how to do that. None nobody go back and speak at college is still on. I know you do as well. And and the people that had raised their hand. Like, why don't they teach this in the classroom? And I look read the professor crazy. But think about this education the price of education, they're still going up. So tell me how this makes sense you're charging the most amount of money out of every body. You're not teaching them. The only things that matter today period. And then in addition to that, you're telling people to borrow money to give you money, and then pay interest on that money for the next thirty years, and it can't even get jobs, and they can't get a job. They have no way to pay the end up doing something completely different. That is literally the scariest thing is a scam. I don't know what it's a scam. All your cameras. I I'm going to be the guy. Like, no, nobody wants to say a man, but like I put my money into the scam. But I knew it was a scam. But my parents were like we're blessed that we can afford to pay for the scam before you, and I was like, I didn't worry Nelson this, right? So you take someone like my mom. And she was a probation officer for thirty years. And so for her being employed by the city, the state, she literally could not make more money unless she had a college degree. So you take someone like my mother who are on welfare one of thirteen kids. All she knows. Is that college is the key to get you ahead. So here she is talking to me, and she's like go to college go to college go to college. 'cause that was the one thing that held her back. And so now, you have this generation believing in a system that's completely failing the new generation, and it doesn't work, man. And that's what I was talking about earlier is, you know, the difference between I think like kids who do well in don't is. Then tors what you see what they know to be true, right? I do this to be true. Other people's parents are like this is crazy. What are you doing? Right. And so on. But what I love about. What I what I love about. You is that you don't just go on a tangent. Iran. Like, I do as well about the difference is in so many people complain about it, you're creating the solution. Thank you for recognizing. What is there? What does it? What are you guys doing? So first of all let me interject on that. I am. So. Of all the life coaches relational people fastest growing industry in the world are gab they're getting people so high all you need to do is just work hard leaving. Here's a shot up. Of course, you have to give somebody a play by play. That is literally the purpose of my entire recipe. But how can I follow something like the genius plan essentially get results? So my name is Billy James, I create like the genus process, and it's like the seven steps to help people find customers. I don't care what business you're in period in. So what I've created actually let me makers even simple instead of going into like some huge ourselves thinking audience up with something if they just go to copy our ads dot com. I have a flash drive. My best performing Facebook, Instagram, and you too bad. I have trainings on there. I'm going to send it to you for free. They can pay the shipping don't cheap, and I'll send it out to them for free. Honestly, what was the elegant copy our ads dot com, only you are copy our ads dot com. My company's a free. Flash drive. You're gonna get a free flash drive. And it's got all of our best performing stuff that's working today. Like, I read it agency for the last two years I've worked with some of the largest franchises in the world, the advertisers. We ran are on this. I want to send it to you for free. And you guys tell me everyone out there if you don't learn more about marketing into two thousand seventeen then you have your entire life. I'll go there your entire life. I don't care what it is your entire life incumbent mouth, California. Oh by your Starbucks Coffee. And pay for the shipping and. So what would you say has been some of the biggest thing that you learned in marketing that sets you apart because there's something about you. I'm in the marketing space, I worked with a lot of different people. There's something about you that separates you from other people, and it's more than just standing by. And be like, here's what we're doing. What would you say this number one is nothing sells like proof in number two. There's never a lack of resources just a lack of freight typically. So what happens is people come out into business, and they say, I'm going to sell this widget. And then they realize there, which only costs ten bucks, and there's no margin to advertise in the margin small, so they give up on this business instead of being creative. And just something somebody else after they buy the first thing in creating more products. Right. So I think the biggest thing with me is that I never lied. I never feel like I'm selling because all I'm doing is demonstrating what the hell that I do. And then the very second thing behind that is if I run into a gym, I just make stuff up on the show right makeup. Products makeup services to sell. That's probably the biggest constraints that I see on businesses is they have this limiting belief that their business lives in this box seconds. Go on that box. Once that box ups working, you're screwed right? So creativity. Don't forget what a great way to summarize it. It's there's no lack of resources only creativity. We'll be right back with Billie Jean to find out..

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"billy james" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

16:47 min | 1 year ago

"billy james" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Well, there are international tribunals that can have something to say about this and can have some influence on events not perhaps with respect to this massive surveillance. But the international court of Justice is just now just in September going to deal with a case that involves the fate of the Diego Garcia military base. And the fact that the United Kingdom should never have been able to keep the island. You from becoming part of Mauritius when Marissa's got to be independent. So and that international tribunal decision may have some effect. I have testified before the inter American commission on human rights about it adequate assistance of counsel, given to a young African American man. The United States doesn't accept the compulsory jurisdiction. But it's still can have some influence on how these things work. But the fact is that the government regards itself is unaccountable to come back to your question, which respect to these fundamental questions of national security, the government regards itself is unaccountable in the Lynn Stewart case in you know, Lynn, very well. Melinda. Stewart case there were secret wiretaps, and the judge said, well, I'm going to examine these things in camera, and I looked at the regulations under which is the FBI got to give got to decide which law clerks would be entitled to look at the the judges. At the papers that the judge was looking at. I said your honor. This is not your an article three judge and you're going to let the FBI choose your law clerks. I said I personally have had some experience with a law clerks get chosen. I don't know if you read about that or not. But the fact is it's a disgrace. And but the the judge was unmoved. Yes, unmoved. Yes. And the separation going beyond separation of powers questions, supposedly Coequal branches of government. There's been a lot written in recent times since the Patriot Act and particularly in my mind. How many of the first ten amendments that Bill of rights have been eroded within the last fifteen sixteen seventeen years is that your impression is so about that a better if not tell me I full of it. Well, let's start with amendment number one freedom of speech, not so much. She wrote it as subjected to pervasive mythology that renders it of much less effective than you would have thought I have a book coming out in September mythologies of state and monopoly power. And I begin one chapter by saying walk down to the marketplace of ideas the other day, but they didn't have anything I wanted. And I went over to the side there were some actual people had some ideas, they were passing out leaflets, but the cops are running them off. So the fact is that it used to be that you could stand on the street corner and pass out leaflets it used to be if you want to organize a union you get into the plant supreme court said no goes to shopping centre. Sorry, that's private property. It looks like a city is portrayed as a city. It's a similar acronym of a city. It's a gathering place. But I'm sorry. You've got gotta stand next to the freeway and pass leaflets. We get a case like citizens. United a perfectly good supreme court Justice, Anthony Kennedy decides that corporations have first amendment rights now the supreme court when it held corporations could be criminally liable pointed out that corporations have enormous power that transcends the any private individual. But so why would you equate? The the right of the individual hand biller to that we talked about that then in back in back in the day. We had a thing called the fairness doctrine why? Because the ether the broadcast spectrum that's up there in the sky. Nobody can own it. It is a limited resource but broadcaster said known on all we owned the radio actual radio station, the hardware, and that must mean that we're the ones that communicate. And thus the supreme court's decision. The famous red lion case is no more. I don't know. If you remember that case, Fred cook was a great investigative journalist was attacked by Bill. James ARGUS, Reverend Billy James Harkess. And cook demanded the right of reply and the station said no supreme court upheld, the fairness doctrine and said he had the right of reply the now's a great case because harvest then got into trouble because of financial and sexual peccadilloes. It. He said that he had sex on with both the bride and the groom on the wedding night after he performed the ceremony. But we don't know if they each got equal time. Doctor may not have apply. Right. We're speaking with attorney Michael Tigar, Michael you've got a book that's about to come out. Would you mentioned the title of it again and tell our audience because I think they can pre-order it. And and I think they'd like to do that. What's the name of the book called mythologies of state monopoly, power and review is put it on reviewers? Putting it out. You can also get an Amazon or you can go to monthly review dot, Oregon, pre-order it. The great thing is I've some years ago became fascinated with the work of Roland bowels BART H E S, a French writer semiotics system saw on who published a book called mythologies in French mythology, including some things about the so-called Justice system. And I admired that form what bath taught us that. There are these mythologies that surround the action of power wielders to try to make us believe that what's that? It's okay. What's going on? I start the book by noting that is the guillotine blade descended in old French the executioner would cry in the name of the French people justices dum dum do perform say juicy factor. Well, no, it wasn't it all that meant. Was the state had appropriated to itself? The right to define the term called Justice. And then we look back at worker at worker rights. You were talking moment ago. Now, it was as a seventeen twenty one we've getting labor organizations for the first time in England and the organization members are prosecuted for conspiracy in restraint of trade because the judge pointed out it's all right for one individual worker to try to get his or her wages raised. But when they joined together, they are conspiring in restraint of trade, the idea that labor organization was a conspiracy in restraint of trade survived. Well into the twentieth century. Which is to say the right to bargain about things is an individual rights and not a social, right and anatomy moving in that direction again. Well, we absolutely now. Now that the right to strike exists. And the right to organize exists. What we're finding in low-wage industries pretty significant in Smithfield foods down in North Carolina. Which is where I now live and then service employees union, but let's take service employees union that is a labor organization that actively seeks to organize people in marginalized situations the hospital Houston wander their own sheets. Now, they send it all down down where low wage workers laundry, and so service employees union Teamsters union and farm workers organized a group called change to win. So what happens an employer subject to change to win campaign? Susan the racketeering statute saying that the cats are extortion. That what's happening is the unions are attempting to extort money from the employer by forcing the employer to pay more for workers wages, then they wanna pay now. Of course, Smithfield foods has to bargain with all manner of people about, you know, the the toilet soap and the toilet paper and the workers tried to do it's extortion. Those suits have not succeeded not a single one has succeeded, but they've succeeded in this way, they've sued the service employees union cintas food workers union hospital workers union all those suits are very expensive to defend. So they're they're bleeding the organizations dry. Jumped to bleed the organizations dry by making them litigated these claims. So once again. For free bargain, and hardnosed bargaining is okay until the worker show up and want to do something. Let's talk about the supreme court. Now that Justice Kennedy is leaving. And it looks like his chosen replacement Brett Kavanagh's going to step up to the job. I wanted to get your feelings about what we now have a at least a five four hard right majority on the supreme court. What kind of cases, do you think are coming up before them? And how do you think they might decide these cases are there was the original est doctrine that judge Scalia propounded? There's other doctrine Roberts said he only calls balls and strikes doesn't make the law. What do you think the supreme court now is all about? I the idea that the supreme court justices simply umpires calling balls and strikes is is on this thing coming. Okay. Okay. So bowl and that. Yes. Well, it's nonsense, and we and it's been nonsense ever since the atoms at least the Adams administration because the Adams administration. Understood that you had to control the judiciary. That's why they pass the midnight judges act. That's how we got John Marshall as chief Justice. So anybody that reads American history. No that that's just nonsense, and John Robertson believe it either. Now with respect to originalism, you know, the that too is a fiction. Because we cannot know the mindset of those folks. And even if we and some of the instant, we have about them that is to say, they own slaves, and that they saw the white men of property with the only people eligible to jury service and all the rest of that stuff that was regarded as as the the way things were at the time. The constitution was adopted. We should we don't accept anymore, and even you should be. But here's what's always fast. They may not want you to even when people point to the federalist papers they quoted with greater authority of this is that as part of an originalist idea. That's an interpretation. They're still making an interpretation. Well, and Madison himself said who knows what future generations will make make emerge that we have written exact so and that to that by the way is originalist, and it was Madison, by the way who also warned about the excesses, the executive branch saying that, you know, we we hope that we have rejected the doctrine of the old world that people that people are made for kings and not kings for people so originalism is silly. And if you wanna read some interesting, judge pose ner, just retired with the seventh circuit reviewed Scalia and Garner's book on textual and originalist consideration in the new Republic, your that's enough of you get it for a Google search, which it completely. Eviscerated the this nonsensical. So. Originalism, originalism, textual ISM is simply a cover for an agenda. That folks have everybody knows about them. I think Justice Kennedy himself, although he said from time to time he would say he was an originalist. Nonetheless wrote leading opinions on the right of gay marriage, and and all the rest of it. He wasn't really an originalist. But the the other thing though, that concerns me is people often talk about him his swing vote. And he certainly wasn't some critical cases. But his overall record was still conservative. The court has gotten more and more conservative in terms of workers rights, more and more corporate is court. Right. Absolutely. And one more thing about originalism during the debate during the oral argument in Oregon fell versus Hodges the gay marriage case Scalia asks Ted Olson, who's arguing for the petitioners when did this gay marriage become a constitutional, right? When exactly. Did that arise was at seventy and eighty seven. And also didn't that he thought that was no question regretted answer. But that question reveals something what do you mean when when did separate schools become unconstitutional was nine hundred fifty four one supremo decided Brown, no racial. Segregation is as always within to the memory to the point where the memory of man runneth, not racism has always been bad. The fact that supreme court didn't wake up to it until nineteen thirty four. Didn't mean that. That's only one it started being bad. That too is an insight into interpretation and then out to your question. The court, of course. Yes. The quarters corporate. They've they've tried to curb the power of unions again with this phony first amendment argument, and it becomes a challenge. So we ask ourselves we go up there. They're nine Justice. You ask yourself. How do I get five? With roberts. What kinds of issues likely to be able to get a vote on the right to counsel in criminal cases? He's written some interesting things. Okay. So we've got that case that's the one to whom we're speaking and. You know with Scalia. He came on the bench already made up his mind. There's no sense talking to him. All he wanted to do was interrupt. Your argument be rude to you. So we're in a badge spot. What can I say? But I want to remind you, you know. Apartheid shut down the black vote in South Africa ninety fifty three for thirty years. Those lawyers went to court every day and defended people. That's right. They kept the face and kept up to struggle. And it's also worth noting isn't it and in that same regard that that all male, and the supreme court that thought a woman had no right to choose didn't simply wake up one morning and say, jeez, we've been schmucks. Of course, she has a right to choose hundreds of thousands of people over and over again marched in the streets went to jail made it so that politics that we talk about suddenly began to turn the other way on the court. Didn't it? Oh, well, you can you can see that in a number of instances one of my favorites is, you know, after the civil rights movement became tired of suing one school district. One grade at a time nine hundred sixty February I sit in movement begins in Greensboro, and then the direct action movement. And all of a sudden the lawyers role is transformed into representing folks in criminal courts and walks the world changes and a ninety sixty nine no before then because jed jed. Kelly was still early nineteen sixty three early nineteen sixty three I think, and you can check me on this. The first wave of in cases reaches the supreme court and solicitor general Cox files on a Mikus brief pointing out how the Jim crow system was installed in the south. And so on. The court writes in opinion that basically exonerates finally gets around to writing opinion Laden sixty four after the Civil Rights Act of sixty four has passed exonerates that whole batch of people that had sat in the thousands of young people that put their bodies on the line right about civil rights. The court said, look we could go through this case by case we could look at this. But no tell you what the passage of the Civil Rights Act Bates all those prosecutions reset the clock to zero start over again. Same thing. I think would that selective service case that I talked about. Hey, one of the things I learned sitting in a law office in Washington DC was the people were ordinarily very conservative user, their their friends had young men who were subject to the draft. And you know, it's like being told you're be hanged in the morning. It just clarifies your visions..

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"billy james" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"billy james" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Here to inspire inform and connect the community of preneurs have got a special guest in the house, Billie. Jean? He's CEO and founder of Billie Jean is marketing, inC, it's supposed to have on the show with him. Yeah. Man. Thank you for having me so bringing down. What are you guys do something? So I'm the marketing guy marketers call when they need help marketing of that. We just help businesses find customers, and we do it and using social media, so Facebook, YouTube Instagram, all that stuff. They don't teach you in school. That's what we do. So like, Tony always says when the president or when the you know of a country, or when this person at a celebrity or this billionaire needs help they call Tony when marketers need help. They call you, exactly. Okay. So like if you had to summarize like customer acquisition, period. And it's usually the number one reason why most businesses so they just don't have enough quality customers, and they have no idea how to attract and you guys come up with some of the craziest videos out there. That's disruptive. It's different. It's unique. I told some of the guys are gonna have to cut some bureau shots of your guys. Crazy video by those are fire. I wanna know how you got. In this space, though, give me a little background on your store even comment on that with the videos like I strongly believe especially with everything going digital. And social you have to entertain before you can educate or execute. You guys do make incredible videos. I almost like some of your videos, you you act and you play the scripts in the ROY Moore's hearing the accident come out on. So you guys make amazing videos. You definitely have to entertain before you can educating that's important. Give us a little background. Oh, how did you become the market that you are today because I want people to have some context you. Where'd you get your education the question? So parents they both grew up on welfare. But luckily, they came up and provided me with a good life. So I had this balance of growing up in a family with a lot of people on welfare and everything else that you can imagine that comes with that. And then go into private Catholic schools might entire life. And so I used to see some of the most successful people in the world that were my friends, and then I see the poorest people in the road, and I was like holy cow. What's the difference between these two people, and it always came to the same answer was information and mentors? And so when I started in business too. I didn't have anything like I just tried to figure it out, and I kept failing and failing and failing. And honestly, I just started like reading, and it's crazy because like, I know a lot of people if you're like me like you can't stand the idea of reading. But when I started to love it and be obsessed with it was when I started to read. To solve problems. I was facing in my life. And then I figured out that books are like cheat codes the life. Yeah, they really are. So whenever I came into a struggle like, I would just read something. So anyway, I started my first visit which was a Mobil Oil change company irrelevant. When I realized how hard it was to find customers. Hold on. What do I do? So I did groupon. When that I dropped, and I tried all these other things and Finally I came into like social media marketing Facebook, and it'd be like five bucks on online. Adding like, blew my mind. I got obsessed from there. Okay. And ultimately, how did you shift into the position that you're in now because I'm a resume coach and consultant myself, you kind of go with the audio old adage, right? There's always somebody behind you always somebody that you're a little bit ahead of and you can learn how to position yourself to charge money for that advice out get them to the next level. And then you kind of learn, and then you get to the next level. And then maybe you start teaching people how to do it. You did what was that? Evolution for you to become the guy that other marketers now, go to get their education. Gotcha. I would say in short that a lot of people kind of. Tell how birther I'm a big fan of demonstrating you mentioned my videos, and so what happened is as I started to fall in love with marketing Facebook dad's company started asking me like, hey, can you do this for me? I have no idea what I was doing. I would just go and just make up stuff and try and figure it out. But as I started to get results. The biggest thing that I did is I would record them because I wasn't I had these limiting beliefs. But I was this twenty three year old black kid, and that nobody would take me seriously who had real money, etc. So when I came to the table, I was so insecure about that that I said I'm gonna come with so much freaking proof. They're going to have to want to work with me. So I took a camera and ordered on Amazon. I think it started with my cell phone, and I record it every single advertising campaign that ever created. And when I would go to companies and say, hey, you're working me instead of telling them I'd be like. Video tell me, and then I took a video and I put it online to a face began. The next day may ten grand one day. And I was living in my mom's house at the time. The soldiers were found her of Billie Jean is marketing, inC, Billie Jean is in the house. This is Business Rockstars, I'm Mark lack and we're here to inspire inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs. And my question is you like me both don't really like I could say the word hate the formal education system, especially for how they teach marketing. I graduated and spent my money to go to college. Right here, man. Let's talk about that. If I can I be kinda completely route be completed real I genuinely believe the edge of the traditional education, especially of marketing degree, specifically, honestly, the biggest legal scam in the world. And let me explain why. So right now, and you talk to business owners every single day probably notice better than anybody. If someone's going to start a company, and they need customers, which is what force of any business. Everybody's customers. Were they going to go to find customers? And I'm going to add to that real quick. Because there's nowhere that they go eighty percent of chiropractic after ten years in business stopping a chiropractor because whether you're an attorney a chiropractor, dentist a doctor. Nope. They never teach you in business school how to generate leads because you didn't go to school for that is crazy. And in addition to that, everyone who I talked to coaching business owners, they say, all right? I know I need to use social media. So when people try and find customers the post on Facebook, they'll make YouTube videos and just trying to wing it. Now, here's the messed up part. Everybody who's running a business knows they need to find customers in social media. Now, any marketing school in the freaking planet who teaches you how to do that. None nobody go back and speak. A college is still on. I know you do as well. And I'm like and the people raise their hand. Like, why don't they teach this in the classroom, and I look, right? The professor it's crazy. But think about this education the price of education, they're still going up. So tell me how this makes sense you're charging the most amount of money out of every body. But you're not teaching them. The only things that matter today period. And then in addition to that, you're telling people to borrow money to give you money, and then pay interest on that money for the next thirty years, and it can't even get jobs, then they can't get a job. They have no way to pay agree. They end up doing something completely different. That is literally the scariest thing is a scam. I don't know what else you it's a scam. All you can't. I'm going to be the guy. Like, no, nobody wants to say, man. But like I'm from my money a scam. But I knew it was a scam. But my parents were like we're blessed that we can afford to pay the scam before you, and I was like and they didn't worry. Right. So you take someone like my mom, and she was a probation officer for thirty years. And so for her being employed by the city, the state, she literally could not make more money unless she had a college degree. So you take someone like my mother who on welfare one of thirteen kids all she knows? Is that college is the key to get you ahead in. So here she is talking to me, and she's like go to college go to college go to college because that was the one thing that held her back in. So now, you have this generation believing in a system that's completely failing the new generation, and it doesn't work, man. And that's what I was talking about earlier is, you know, the difference between I think kids who do well in don't is. Then tors what you see what they know to be true, right? I do this to be true. Other people's parents are like this is crazy. What are you doing? Right. And so what I love about. What I what I love about. You is that you don't just go on a tangent in Iran. Like, I do as well about the differences in so many other people will complain about it, you're creating the solution. Thank you for recognising. What is that? What is it? What are you guys doing? So first of all, let me interject on that say, I am so sick of all the life coaches and motivational people fastest growing industry in the world. And they're getting people. So all you need to do is just work hard. And like leaving your shut up. Of course, you have to give somebody a play by play. That is literally the purpose of my entire the recipe. But how can I follow something like the genius plan essentially get results? So my name is Billy James, I create like the genus process, and it's like the seven steps to help people find customers. I don't care. What business you're in period? And so what I've created actually let me makers even simple instead of going into like some huge, accelerating audience up.

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"billy james" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:47 min | 1 year ago

"billy james" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And yet there's limited access you certain portions of the spectrum on which you can broadcast, and if you allow to people to get in that same spot on the spectrum of radio waves, there's just confusion and gobbledygook. So as a condition for allowing people to use this public resource called the airwaves, the FCC mandated that you had to be fair. If you're broadcast a personal attack against somebody. You had to give that somebody an opportunity to get on on the air and to. Rebuttal that will broadcasters. They took the position. No, we own the hardware. We're sitting in a studio right now, we own the hardware because we own the hardware. We should be able to control exclusively. What goes out over the airwaves? Well, this got litigated actually and supreme court in the nineteen fifties. And sixties was quite happy to enforce the fairness doctrine and a guy named Fred cook. Those who those of us who are our age. Remember, Fred cooked. Crusading journalist who exposed the misdeeds of the FBI and the other intelligence agencies. He was attacked on the radio radio station owned by red lion. Broadcasting by the Reverend Billy James Harkess. Now, Reverend James was a famous, man. I wish my friend, our friend. Mike Meyerson was here. He did a better imitation than I could do. But Reverend better James had started a a college in Oklahoma. He had inveighed against communism. He said ninety miles off the coast of the United States is a communist satellite, and the communist leader of the communist statellite, his Fido, Castro Khrushchev's little puppy dog and Billy James, so Billy James attack. Fred cook. And Fred cook wanted to rebut and the station wouldn't let him and it went all the way to the supreme court in a case called red lion. Broadcasting had vindicated his rights, and of course, Billy James came to a bad end. You've got tax difficulties with his colleges. And there was even a story a reliable story that he had performed a wedding ceremony for a different man and a woman and then had sex with both of them on their wedding night. But we don't know whether they each got equal time. So that's but broadcasters campaigned against the fairness doctrine relentlessly. And finally it was abolished during. The Reagan administration. So once again, we own the microphones, and we own the towers, and therefore we own the right to determine what goes on. And what doesn't let's talk about the American phenomena of mass incarceration, you right? That's it is really a form of social control. What is with the United States incarcerates five to seven times as many people as a percentage of population than any comparable country almost any country in the world. And now when we start to break down, those figures, we can see how horrific this is on the supreme court has recently decided a case on this topic, but several years ago United States had more people serving life without parole for crimes committed before they were eighteen than any country in the world. We had twenty five hundred overwhelmingly people of color are disproportionately represented in the. Those who are incarcerated and they are being incarcerated based on selective prosecution. Selective again based on color the result. Of course of these prosecutions is that if they live in public housing, they get kicked out of the process of marginalisation goes on and on many states deny convicted persons the right to vote, even if they've served their time and been rebuilt rehabilitated. So this the yes, this is an instrument of social control, the United States of America uses the criminal law against poor people and people of color to an extent unheard of in all the rest of the world. And that's not an adverse moment for the so-called criminal Justice systems and the rest of the world, I've looked at some of them. But it is it is the fact really warehousing people that this capitalist economy has no room for they have no jobs for got no place for us. So they put them in cages and and. When you say cages, you this. I cannot tell you, I'm you know, how very true that is my son was a state court trial. Judge on a case about the conditions of incarceration of juvenile's in California is now a federal court judge in a long-running federal case about healthcare in the prison system in California, the conditions under which folks are held in this society of mass incarceration for the purpose of social control guarantees that when they get out they are not prepared to resume their roles as useful citizens. We're speaking with Michael Tigar, Michael has one of the great human rights lawyers of our generation, and he's written his fifteenth book mythologies of state monopoly power. It's really one of my favorites. I urge everybody a monthly review published it I got to the monthly review website and get this book. It's short book, but it's just a life older, Rita and your. Learn something from it mythologies of state and monopoly power, Michael. Let's talk about the myth of a fair trial. Lenny Bruce used to quip in Hawes of Justice. The only Justice you're going to find his in the halls. Let's talk about fair trial myth and plea bargaining, which is what's accomplished in the halls. You know, I I started practicing law in nineteen sixty six and shortly thereafter was sixty seven sixty eight to Columbia University citizen uprising Jong happened. I my firm asked me to come up and represented Colombia student, and so there I was as a young lawyer, very young. And I went two hundred center street in New York, which is where the criminal courts were. I've been there since they've repainted it. But here was a place the palace of Justice the place that called itself Justice, and I stepped in. And there was the bench. All the wood was cracked and peeling and so on and the American flag was covered with a plastic bag to protect it put the bag had become yellow and glut of grime and grit and on the back on the wall and incomplete set of aluminum letters proclaimed in God, we rust, and I knew that I was not in a place where I we could expect anything that remotely approach Justice. The only thing that that meant that we were going to get what we thought would be Justice is that after all there were a whole lot of cases and these were students from Columbia after all students fairly privileged backgrounds and the prosecutors didn't wanna waste too much time with him. Good lawyers had showed up so we made kind of a bargain, but then you look at the process more than ninety percent of people who are charged with crime, they plead guilty to something. You've had Angela Jordan Davis on to talk about this ineffective assistance of counsel counsel. Not taking the time even lawyers that one. Want to do a good job not being paid enough to really investigate the cases. So people being shoveled through this system. Judges are not taking the time to study the backgrounds of the defendant to decide an appropriate punishment. If any, and of course, it just we talked about just a moment ago, the prisons that are available to which people can be sent are horrified by anybody's standards. This is the case throughout throughout the United States. Then you say we ash and is placed on the plea bargain. Warps? Here comes our capitalist friend the great of contract to solve the problem of an overcrowded criminal Justice system. We will just offer defendants a bargain, and in the bargain, they will agree formalist in some formalistic way to give up all the rights to have their case investigated their case tried so forth. And so on. And they'll plead guilty. And then they'll be sentenced and one of the essays in the book is about an iconic. Plea bargain case guiding Brady he pleads guilty under the federal kidnapping act. And the reason he pleads guilty is that if he'd gone to trial and been convicted he could have got the death penalty. So he's serving his sentence about a decade later the supreme court declares the federal kidnapping act death penalty unconstitutional. So that he was his bargain to plead guilty was in fact, induced by his fear of suffering unconstitutional death penalty, surely the courts will understand that. That can't be what free bargain me what? Yes, it could the supreme court of the United States said, no, no, no, he he he pleaded guilty. And he took all the risk and the opinions by Justice white. I hope you'll read the essay in the book. I give a preview. Justice white says, that's that's part of your bargain. Was it happened? A couple of years after that case was decided I saw just as white on an airplane, and he was very upset because he did not get the special meal he had ordered. And I didn't have the courage of the whip to step up to just as white you agreed to get on the airplane. You must have agreed therefore as a matter of contract to accept all of the indignities discomfort and inconvenience of modern air travel, and after all, sir. It isn't really a matter of life or death. Now is it, but I didn't have the courage to say. Mythologies of state and monopoly power by Michael Tigar monthly review press, a really wonderful book. I urge everybody to read it. You don't have to go to law school just read this book, Michael this is a matter of fact, I had started doing blog posts about some things that occurred to me mythologies as it were were trying to emulate the style of Roland boasts, the great French writer who published a book called mythologies, which is the same title in French and English ought to get a copy. That's a great book. And I was walking with my friend John Major who works at monthly review about a year ago little more than a year ago. And he said, you know, these these little essays seemed to organize themselves into subject better areas. Why don't you collect goes? Right. A few more. So you fill it out and make a book. So that's what happened, and I meant it when I said, it was just it's funny to say this, but it was fun. It was kind of interesting too. Look at things in this way. This is the way people should look at things, but every educational institution in this country conspires to not let you look at it this way, and that's why people should read mythologies of state monopoly power this generation of law. Students wants to bust these mythologies they would like to have clinical legal education programs other opportunities to get out there and do this work. So. Don't mourn organize. What is your blog? I haven't posted lately because will work on the book. But it's there you can if you if you like this. There's a lot more for free. It's called TIGA R B Y T E S tiger bites. And if you just put in tiger bites then somehow Google, and it's magic will lead you there. Let's talk about the role of lawyers, which is an important role. But I believe in role in the end, you're right that lawyers provide outcomes, but not solutions outcomes. And then most centrally what happens below in society will what you say will settle the matter. What's the relationship between the role of lawyers and social change? I once wrote in a play a portion of which was reenacted last week at Texas, Lucy Parsons, the anarchist leader saying to Clarence Darrow, your lawyers ego makes you think you stand at the center of all the events by which the world has moved your right to standards only because some person has had the courage to stand up. There's been attacked by the government point is this. We had you may remember I certainly do in the nineteen fifties. And sixties, we some lawyers some lawyers believed that..

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"billy james" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"billy james" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Back. I'm Jason with lot. He's Marcellus Wiley. We'll get into the NFL's roughing the passer controversy in a minute, but first you all know Marcella ze DAT do now. He's going to show us the best place from big guys around football. It's time for debt dudes dudes ourselves, which got got the best three plays out there from the big news of front does is in the trenches, they don't get enough love and attention. So we give love that dues dues. This start off what Arthur that dues do. Cow Williams, Buffalo Bills, go bills mafia. See Cal Williams off. The ball quickly gets to Kirk. Cousins runs right through Vikings lime and Mike Rimmer for the sack. Well, let's see right here. Look at the levers you see rumors you think that's a good bench, press five hundred Pounder, right? Got his arms extended everything, but because he's overextended that five hundred pounds quickly drops down to no wait at all. And look at car Williams. He realizes that in the moment slapsti- Rhys off them. Get skinny in the hole and gets to Kirk cousins right there. The Carlson, the limo for that. That was easy. Pickets number two debt dues dues go to Miami with the dolphins, Vincent Taylor. This is tailor made right here against the raiders. You see them go. Men gave Jackson guests the sec, but let's see how you get some first of all you gotta sit them down and when you sit them down Pete nice, gentleman, cinnamon the chair as you sit them into look at that anchor foot. Oh my God, Jason Whitlock at boss state right there. Next thing, you know when you got them sitting down and he's overextended. What are you hit them with the grab rip Sipple collegiate move and look at that angle right there. The protracted has to come out because that's where you get your explosion. And that's how you turn the corner with those angles, get to their car. Another sec rape relief, surprise it into a flag for hitting the quarterback in the NFL talking to you right now. And the number one debt do dude of the week is met I, this is Greek God of bull rush right here. You can see him gets. Rogers who had a more you watch this, he tries to Reggie White hump move. Pulls it off somewhat, but look at that angle hunter degrees and now Brian Balogh. Once again, second time he's been on that news. The victim gets caught on skates, and once you're skates is time to break out the Billy James Tana moonwalk brother because he's going to have you going back because he now he's in your chest and you are going backwards. Look at that lack of power in that position tying to send them to the scar because he's toast, get him about of here, please. Thank you very much. He's.

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"billy james" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"billy james" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs have got a special guest in the house, Billie Jean up. He's CEO and founder of Billie Jean is marketing, inC, it's show within the man. Thank you for having me. So break it down. What are you guys? Do something. So I'm the marketing guy that marketers call when they need help marketing. So like outside of that. We just help businesses find customers, and we do it using social media. So Facebook YouTube Instagram all that stuff. They don't teach you in school. That's what we do. So like, Tony always says when the president, or when you know of a country year when this person or this celebrity or this billionaire needs help they call Tony when marketers need help they call you exactly a pencil like if you had to summarize it like customer acquisition periods. It is. Usually, the number one reason why most businesses suppose, they just don't have enough quality customers, and they have no idea how to attract clan. You guys come up with some of the craziest videos out there. That's disruptive. It's different. It's unique. I told some of the guys are gonna have to cut some bureau shots into your guys. Crazy. But those are fire. I wanna know how you got. In this space, though, give me a little back on on your store even comment on that with the videos like I strongly believe especially with everything going digital. And social you have to entertain before you can educate or execute. You guys do make incredible videos. I almost like some of your videos, you you act and you play the scripts in the role. I'm always hearing the accent come out on. So you guys make amazing videos. You definitely have to entertain before you can get anything. That's important. Give us a little background though. You know, how did you become the market that you are today because I want people to have some context you. Where'd you get your education the question? So parents they both grew up on welfare. But luckily, they kind of came up and provided me with a good life. So I had this balance of growing up in a family with a lot of people on welfare and everything else that you can imagine that comes with that. And then go into private Catholic schools might entire life. And so I used to see some of the most successful people in the world that were my friends, and then I see the poorest people in the world, and I was like holy cow. What's the difference between these two people, and it always came to the same answer was information and mentors? And so when I started in business through I didn't have anything like I just tried to figure it out, and I kept failing and failing and failing. And honestly, I just started like reading, and it's crazy because like, I know a lot of people if you're like me like you can't stand the idea of reading. But when I started to love it and be obsessed with it was when I started to read. To solve problems. I was facing in my life. And then I figured out that books are like codes, delight. Yeah, they really are that whenever I came into a struggle like, I just read something. So anyway, I started my first visits with mobile oil change company, relevant when I realized how hard it was to find customers that was like home. What do I do? So I did groupon. When that I dropped, and I tried all these other things and Finally I came into like social media marketing like Facebook, and I made like five bucks on online, adding blew my mind. I got obsessed from there. Okay. And ultimately, how did you shift into the position that you're in now because I'm a resume coach and consultant myself, you kind of go with the the old adage, right? There's always somebody behind you. There's always somebody that you're a little bit ahead of. And if you can learn how to position yourself to charge money for that advice out get them to the next level. And then you kind of learn, and then you get to the next level. And then maybe you start teaching people how to do it. You did to what was that? Evolution for you to become the guy that other marketers now go to to get their education. Gotcha. I would say in short that a lot of people kind of. Tell her. I'm a big fan of demonstrating you mentioned my videos, and so what happened is as I started to fall in love with marketing Facebook dad's company started asking me like, hey, can you do this for me? I had no idea what I was doing. I was just go and just make up stuff and try and figure it out. But as I started to get results. The biggest thing that I did is I would record them because here I wasn't. I had these limiting beliefs. But I was this twenty three year old black kid, and that nobody would take me seriously who had a real money, etc. So when I came to the table, I was so insecure about that that I said I'm gonna come with so much frigging proof that they're going to have to wanna work with me. So I took a camera and ordered on Amazon. I think I started with my cellphone, and I record it every single advertising campaign that ever created. And when I would go to companies and say, hey, you should work instead of telling them I'd be like, what's this video? Tell me what's interesting, and then I took a video and I put it online to a face began. The next day may ten grand in one day. Well, I was living at my mom's house at the time soldiers CEO and founder of Billie Jean is marketing, inC, Billie Jean is in the house. This is Business Rockstars, I'm Mark lack and we're here to inspire inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs. And my question is you like me both don't really like I could say the word hate the formal education system, especially for how they teach marketing. I graduated and spent my money to go to marketing. The Dow right here, man, let's talk about that. Why by if I can I be kinda completely wrote be completed real I generally believe the edge of the traditional education, especially a marketing degree specifically. Honestly, the biggest legal scam in the world. And let me explain why. So right now, and you talked to business owners every single day probably noticed by than anybody. If someone's going to start a company, and they need hustlers, which it's the bud force of any business. Everybody's customers. Where are they going to go to rush? And I'm going to add to that real quick because there's nowhere that they go eighty percent of chiropractic after ten years in business stopping a chiropractor because whether you're an attorney. A chiropractor a dentist a doctor. They never teach you in business school how to generate leads because you didn't go to school for that is crazy. In addition to that everyone who I talked to coaching zone as they say. All right. I know I need to use social media. So when people try to find customers the post on Facebook, they'll make YouTube videos and just trying to wing it. Here's the messed up part. Everybody who's running a business knows they need to find customers in social media. Now, any marketing school in the freaking planet who teaches you how to do that. None. No back and speak at colleges. Still. No, you do as well. And I'm like and the people that raise their hand. Like, why don't they teach this in the classroom, and I looked right at the professor crazy. But think about this education the price of education, they're still going up. So tell me how this makes sense you're charging the most amount of money out of every body. But you're not teaching them. The only things that matter today period. And then in addition to that, you're telling people to borrow money to give you money, and then pay interest on that money for the next thirty years, and it can't even get jobs, then they can't get a job. I agree. They end up doing something completely different. That is literally the scariest thing is a scam. I don't know what else you. It's a scam. All your cameras. I I'm going to be the guy like nobody wants to say, man. But like I put my money into a scam. But I knew it was a scam. But my parents were like we're blessed that we can afford to pay for the scandal or you, and I was like they didn't wear that way. Nelson this right? So you take someone like my mom, and she was a probation officer for thirty years in so for her being employed by the city of the state. She literally could not make more money unless she had a college degree. So you take someone like my mother who on welfare one of thirteen kids all she knows? Is that college is the key to get you ahead in. So here she is talking to me, and she's like go to college go to college, go to Costco. That was the one thing that held her back. And so now, you have this generation believing in a system that's completely failing the new generation, and it doesn't work, man. And that's what I was talking about earlier is the difference between I think like kids who do well in don't is mentors. What you see what they know to be true, right? This to be true. Other people's parents are like this is crazy. What are you doing? So. But what I love about. What I what I love about. You is that you don't just go on a tangent in Iran. Like, I do as well about the differences in so many other people will complain about it, you're creating the solution. Thank you for recognising. What is there? What what are you guys doing? So first of all let me interject on that. I am. So sick of all the life coaches in relational people fastest growing industry in the gab. They're getting people. So all you need to do is just one card in like leaving is shut up. Of course, you have to do give somebody a play by play. That is literally the purpose of my entire of the recipe. But how can I follow something like the genius plan essentially get results? So my name is Billy James I like the genus process in it's like the seven steps to help people find customers. I don't care what business you're in period in. So what I've create. Gated. Actually, let me make this even simple instead of going into like some huge thinking audience something do it if they just go to copy our ads dot com. I have a flash drive. I think my best performing Facebook Instagram, and you too bad. I have trainings on there. I'm gonna send it to you for free. They can pay the shipping don't be cheap. And I'll send.

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"billy james" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"billy james" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Talk about crazy rich Asians because of its Megyn cast this has John show who you mentioned as star Asian-American but it's not you know he's, the lead even though it's not an Asian American highlighting film. Which actually in a way sounds like a bigger deal almost thing. Crazy rotations you make an excellent point because that's when. We know that progress is happening is when race neutral roles can go to anybody you know. This isn't necessarily. A role written for, a particular ethnic identity and so the fact that you don't I think it's a real he has he is such, a good Leading man and this will probably be the test. Of that, you know and it'll it'll announced them as a viable commercial. Leading man so I think you're absolutely, right about that sure exciting anything else. Opening up over Labor Day Well there's a movie opening out. Sightly after Labor Day that I am really excited about it's. Called blaze and it's directed by Ethan. Hawke and it's about a musician named blaze Foley who's kind of a cult figure among fans of Americana music and all country Lucinda Williams made a famous. Song about him called, drunken, angel he was one of those are wedding Jerry figures who died way to young and Ethan. Hawke is bringing him to prominence and, got a lot of buzz out of. Sundance. And I, just have I, was so impressed Ethan Hawke did a documentary a few years ago called Seymour an introduction about the pianist's pianist name I can't remember the guy's last name but. Just an absolutely beautifully constructed movie okay so also, as you, said good weekend to catch up with some of the summer. Movies you may have missed out on and. What, would. Those be that are still out there So many I mean you. Know my my kind, of criteria for. A, good movie season. Is, balanced and sort, of something for everyone and I really looking back I really think that that we did. We we just had good stuff for every taste, so I think you could go sort of blockbuster mainstream route and go see mission impossible excellent movie with Tom Cruise I. Think it's like addition number sixty five right I mean the. Man he's got no age it's just. Amazing he's incredible it's widely entertaining very stylish smart and a lot of fun mama Mia the sequel the mama Mia sequel here we go again I wanted. To hate it and, it, just makes you love it within the first five minutes it has an electrifying performance by Billy. James as the young narrow street character, is just a lot you know you. Know. What it recycled some of, the songs it's not perfect it's silly but it's so much fun a young Meryl Streep character in Mamma Mia here we go again that's somebody who Has what just. Like five Oscar. Nominations she's terrific and we. Think of, I think, of lily James as Cinderella mostly I mean that's where she really became a huge star I never knew she could sing I. Never knew she had it in her I, mean she comes at this role with such. Ferocity and joy and son is just it's just completely winning okay and crazy rich, Asians, which we mentioned earlier exactly. And this it was such a return to, that? Classic rom, com that. I think a lot. Of us were. Wondering where. It had gone, with the death of Nora Ephron nasty Myers. Still. In, it still in the, game but in terms of those, values is lush it's fun to watch it's delicious you know it has a lot of a. Lot of excessive wealth in wardrobe and all those kind of signifier is that we associate with the. Ron com, as you mentioned? This happens, to feature an all. Asian cast but. Like Black, Panther earlier this year which. Also featured mostly an, African Africa African, descended, cats these are. Universal, these stories are A universal their pleasures are universal okay. Any. Other movies, leftover from the summer that we should be. Looking at yeah I mean I. Would strongly recommend spike Lee's new movie black. Klansman wildly, entertaining very it's about a detective in the Colorado Springs up police department who went undercover a black. Detective. Who went, undercover and, the carts clan by. Phone. Sending white colleagues Representative in meetings but spike is directed this almost as a kind of jaunty cop paper comedy in some way but also as a very sobering reminder, of how, far, we've come and how far we might. Not have come it's very very it stresses, present day echoes in..

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"billy james" Discussed on Q95

Q95

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"billy james" Discussed on Q95

"And your shorts take one more lap and add some kelly just had never met one person christie he was wearing a fedora that i could stand all right unless you're a news reporter from the great depression can main walk while singing about billy james you don't need a dime fedora okay big beacons in lighthouses all the while shouting ammonites by i'll say if i was at that mcdonald's this guy started going off on people out of a rear naked choke really made him apologizing regular and spanish right before put him to sleep really swear to god i can't not super fast whipping right there in the lobby free of charge in turn it's teepees tank top into a nine peacemaking look like he's warning craft skirt around his neck gas happy meal surprised me waking up in the dumpster the next day with t black isan fedora full of migraine swear to god all courtesy of donnie baker the idiot timer it was very helpful he is very upset by the hat to if you were driving food around yes what's the rule how many now as a dad i know how many fries i can take while driving oh without causing suspicion yeah you can get away with taking at least a quarter of the fries i think especially if they really loved them up that's a lot that's too many i'm paying for the gas and driving you just get an extra order yeah well there's a psychological issue with that i'm sure those fries don't have calories the ones that you buy do exactly how did you know exactly what's your rule that i only the ones that are loose in the bag those are absolutely josh how many how many days in the car you go fry after you come on man claiming won't vacuuming the see jordan number large man tom likes to muse that yeah yeah tom fourteen days zone three weeks what is your rule broken about this what if you're a different fast food place and there is enough an onion ring in your fries a fan of that by lottery ticket or is nice surprise right oh mcdonald's have onion rings god i love onion rings that's a mystery we need solved we don't eat anything they don't need anything stepping on their fries yeah exactly oh yeah fries are the best rolls royce doesn't go gee i wish i had a bentley but you can you imagine how good their onion rings would be good their fries are folks that they got the fry thing dallas that's enough for me okay let them focus last time they tried to bring wings last long you're right they're very good okay well now so you're using the overeats on occasion yeah yeah and they've done them they keep it hot yes okay now now the other services uber aids y'all using the all these people here must really care about their job i live in la crash traffic there people are getting the hoover eats accounts just for the free meals you can feel about two meals on overeats before days how many pepperonis do you think they take off the top of those pizzas when they bring them first off i would never get pizza delivered via uber eats because the themselves dominos track tracker two everything is a tracker forever josh and i ordered over each one afternoon remember this yeah that turned into a that was on the it seemed more the restaurants she like a four hour ordeal and but the door dash and grub hub those apps i use those all the time they're great twenty year olds an expert on this subject bill to do a like a candid camera bit where you have a piece that shows up with clearly with pizza sauce on their face slice commercial on in and ask for a piece of pizza and the guy takes a bite and then gives them the piece took a flight out of something about investment company and that's how they take their commission or something i haven't seen that one but i know that i have the classic story about when the early days of dairy queen they would just scoop the ice cream i don't believe so jordan listen to this ever because i love dairy queen you know they take the.

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"billy james" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"billy james" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The prophet in two thousand five the publication in a danish newspaper of a dozen cartoons depicting the prophet led to violent protests across the muslim world that's the other thing you draw the prophet mohammed in amsterdam and they're killing people in cairo i don't get it you know we'll see you caused that no i didn't i drew a cartoon these people decide to kill folks responsible for all actions not my cartoon villiers said in a statement freedom of speech is threatened especially for islam critics we should never accept that freedom of speech is our most important freedom american cartoonist bosh walston a winner of a similar contest in garland texas that's where it was in may of two thousand fifteen has been asked to judge the dutch contest which is going to which is going to be held later this year i thought they said oh he said this today so this is the day he's announcing it it's going to be held later this year so the winner of the garland texas contest is going to be flown to amsterdam amsterdam's a cool town i can tell you that all the canals and stuff a lot like venice really cool and that's where they're going to have it yeah now i'm not going i know but you understand what i'm saying you don't have to like the contest much you do need the understand and support their right to have a contest even if it's a jesus cartoon contest oh well then then you don't get freedom i'm not saying you have to support it i'm saying that you have to support their right to do it there's a big difference frog give you a for instance well they're not many round here anymore they're moving but it needs to be porn shops around here i don't patronize them i don't pull in but i support their right to have a business with naked people in it if that's what they wanna do that doesn't mean i support the pornographic industry i support their right to be able to have a business that engages in such conduct and if people wanna go they go and if they don't they don't brent how are you fill and super duper brent what's on your mind well i i was starting to johnny b there i just remember i'm at the age where i kinda grew up in a christian household the i remember when everybody hated christians back in the eighties you about the christians were all upset because they didn't want to hear the word on tv or ill ip deep blue was going to say the s word you know it was a big deal and they and basically the democrats told them you know if you don't like it shut up and turn the channel and you don't have to pay any attention to it i've just noticed the shift now is everything's based off a feeling you know back then the christians didn't feel that was correct and now the democrats are everything that they hated about the christians back in the eighties everything is based off of how they feel and and you can't offend me you you can't say that that hurts my feelings i just thought it was a bit strange and i remember i remember you remember the movie life of brian yeah those monty python yeah i never saw it but i was living in charlotte at the time and i'm sure there was these were nationwide people were protesting and picketing and raisin cane i'm going why don't you just ignore it you know if you don't like i was living in charlotte at the exact same time i remember sitting around watching with a bunch of my buddies yeah i actually was extremely sacrilegious you don't do it so you don't watch it live in charlotte at the same time back then all i did i grew up in charlotte sadly so you lose useless to murphy in the morning i worked for john boy and billy we'll see john boyne i started off in radio together billy billy billy james bill james's name he and i started off in radio together you know we're dallas north carolina is right outside of charlotte i do yeah that's where bill and i started actually actually when i moved here that's why i gravitated to ninety nine point seven because that's w fx in charlotte so gravitated this and that's how i found isn't that amazing.

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"billy james" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"billy james" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Well if you happen to be born on this date june eighth who might you share a birthday wit you realize this man mr matt's appeared in his first television show and nineteen fifty seven jerry stiller still still with us at ninety one years old and i don't care for for pretty much the last twenty years he's played the same exact character regardless of what the show maybe why would you pamper with that car it's like you say about a band leg acdc you can have one song as long as the songs good and jerry jerry stiller play another character that would be like asking samuel jackson the play another character he's just silliness pass i love jerry stiller and i go back to stiller and mirror who were a comedy duo that was his white and mirror who has passed choosing the other way around and she's we survived by but not in this case and mirror that's how far back i go as to be on ed sullivan show show i've been at band and jerry stiller pretty much my entire existence on the planet earth jerry stiller where else would he be from brooklyn father obtain turns ninety one years old today jerry stiller jimmy darren he's done a lot recently but hayes from sap philly and he's had a pretty cool career and the movies television shows like j hook and whatnot funk sat billy james darren turning eighty two years old today one of the best athletes ever to come out of this town and i don't think he gets recognized the now i don't if you don't believe me just look up the stats of herb adderley her battery chest oh my god let's just try like by different nfl titles some super bowls some of them before there were super bowls and a nice guy a net and talk to her badly three times soup wayman i i really undersold him three times super bowl champion five time nfl champion i.

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"billy james" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"billy james" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"Batman superman public enemy's batman and superman go on the run their fugitives and president luthor sins suzanne after superman so they fight on fairly even terms for awhile but superman manages to get the upper hand on them just by outsmarting now billy james is going to is probably sitting over here screaming about the wisdom of solomon right now but that's kind of like a child having access to google i can be a twelve year old and have access to the world's greatest knowledge but still not have the maturity to use it and i can have this knowledge but i'm more likely to look up porn than read the encyclopedia it's kind of like that so in public enemies superman does it do anything elaborate but he outsmarts billy batson just by playing possum he's frequently outsmarted by smarter adults in justice league unlimited he was manipulated by lex luthor like a puppet into fighting superman and then superman had to turn him back into billy batson to win the fight same in the comics where lex manipulated him into hunting down batman and superman on the young justice series the team of young superheroes easily manipulated captain marvel and doing all their chores around the base and they easily ditched him when they wanted to get away and those were just teenagers and then again in alex ross's classic kingdom come series this is an alternate future but the characterization is the same even when he was an adult adult billy batson was still manipulated into helping the bad guys again so let's.

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"billy james" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"billy james" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"To do in theory now they would be one of the few places that would have the funding to be able to say set up a shop one shop one place where in these states where all of the money flowed into it was kinda like their address of business right so they may be getting odds from the book in las vegas but maybe they have to set something up in that state based on that stage regulations statutes to where they could put something small there's their address and then it would allow them and the people who live in that state to go through them to be able to do their online betting i think it's just going to be bigger than your brick and mortar casinos and i hope people get out of their head and realize that yes there are a part of it but ultimately they're going to become a smaller part of this space then maybe people would have realised now you're still flowing there you're still going to the big properties you're going on vacation how i just took my wife down there for a weekend could sports i might have only seen her for the concert and then at night if you know what i mean so those those bigger places are still going to get their revenue they're still going to make their money they're still going to get their piece but there's gonna be a lot of places for you to be able to do business out there a lot of places so this is going to be something that we're going to be talking about for a while but it was a big step forward this week in our country quickly gained three tonight as much said talked about believing in the celtics and things like that which i do i'm expecting a bounce back performance from the cavs not because a lebron but because when you have the be level players at home they seemed to play better it's going to be close in the fourth quarter it's gonna be tight but i think cleveland now but the celtics i do believe when this series in six and then go from there good job stu billy james everybody back at.

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"billy james" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

WNVZ Z104

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"billy james" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

"Yeah in the newsroom van sou gunes is and soon in his the main thing hansie indians it is no again madam momma and yes jio the the admiral games who blows adnan thing ginsu knives in soon mundane in soon thing and zunhua lingyin sonar raise if you're a 90s music fan this will be interesting to you the smashing pumpkins announced they will do a reunion tour it'll have everybody in the original lineup except for basis darcy red ski who has been held out of the grip there's some real drama going on between her and billy corgan the lead singer century f you google it you'll see that she actually posted snapped a lake pictures of their tax conversation and it looks like billy's keeping her out of the group for some reason i don't know why but anyways billy james e and jimmy chamberlin who without died beheaded gideon they'll they'll go on tour and other going to play some of the old stuff starting in july if you're a fan of smashing pump does have been fighting bistrita pennekamp down the wall the his mother thought that these now the survey all the nonprofits level you the hey good together they were azure no the wage no the down hich the one.

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"billy james" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"billy james" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Welcome the black men can't jump in hollywood lewis who were terrible cybernetic cyrus like the usoc simon numerous some reason is dancing goes there's too much like sarah rely you know no j also what goes are you ready i thought it was it goes without a salary rows doing i was a cop the sound like a dog or cat was approaching can't wait i the distance olympic are away money jonathan brie lock i'll draw billy james that's not ging o somebody is what i because he made his and james is having the speech color polo shirts polo shirt due so for those of you who are new again y y y you knew that this because they were like in i love lake johnson i love daily junior you love us because i love let's because i just watching on hbo and i have to i have to have somebody talk about wei's i wasted by life let's become so welcome we review films of leading black actors and then we talk about it in the context of race the diversity in hollywood with what the problem is that it'll what should know about he had we talk about the issues okay not a yeah we do but like me in neither of those voice i sure top we're not going to yell at you and were definitely not going to be like some weird me what are you hit young we talk about the pratt yeah what's about all the proud how it's creepy this is lightweight and that's our show today in his cases we are in the middle of a wings what is the promise me this evidently to say that i am we are we are at the very end of our wayne's saga listen i was in it i was excited effors but these weeks broke me the high point out of it for me i think was don't be a menace.

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"billy james" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"billy james" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Um well happening yeah but john ajello oliver i think we'll be will be really fun and that rolls on quite i'm quite pleased without sounds good question yeah good area every bit of in so far the movie has been produced but also free for excited about that you said it about the fact that as mumia sequel annette duly james isn't it and she's gonna be plan a young meryl streep i mean it's it's i mean meryl streep has to actor daughters it seems a both him look unbelievably like her seems bail to not cast them maybe they don't or don't wanna be knocked flatts i've seen them actors on they're pretty shared on they're pretty good to win the addition i thought of got this of nailed it it's in the bag i'ma be blame meryl streep yeah can't do it get out billy james is gone i mean we'll just have to see if this prequel lives up to the original and doesn't ruin okay critical it back thank you thank thailand altogether uh amount raves who will be appearing on our war through tons of the sport or special interviews in the bag he said that the may will be ripping up the batman script uh the by the batman script and starting from scratch us hey maybe shock in us abdus excited and hey you know what else exciting new empire magazine you empire magazine came out this week we're all freight very excited on the cover is 'bladerunner twenty forty nine which sequel of course it bladerunner don't worry if you haven't seen the other.

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