29 Burst results for "Bouma"
"bouma" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany
"P. How you doing hi told many things. I'm doing following. How are you. i'm doing great to just one. This claim a gp is not your official first name right yet. Correct by official. The first name is john but it's quite difficult to phonology as a few votes defa. Jp would be fine. And i'm philip granada. Bouma's is quite long name right. It's quite a long name to boom. I says new..
"bouma" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"Year. Let me get to the topic man Undone with this right dammit. Also done with this shit man. This is like the funniest commercials that that actually bouma so anyway. Let me see okay. So so The very very last topic. That i wanted to talk about here asked to do with the hip hop music albums. That hasn't lived up to the hype. Now hold.
"bouma" Discussed on Wonderful!
"I like that logic. You want part of me wishes that you and i met on the twenty first of september absolutely just like to have that beautiful song attached to a very important memory. Yeah i think that would be very special. I think it would be a this. I'm almost done with my notes is a very short segment. Is a celebration of this. Okay so as we're recording. This yesterday was the twenty four. Yes we both lied on the couch. A lot yeah. You said you didn't want to get into this but we said we're celebrating pretty horrific gastrointestinal distress. So we could. What i'm saying is we could write our own parody. Songs share around the twenty first of september. It's i think it would be easy to have a song that we all dial into once a year. Ironically lake oh oh. It's the time for the march eleventh song here. We go and this is the day we listen to three eleven march. Eleven like that would be easy enough. But i think everyone has that moment every september twenty first when they're like oh shit. It's the day of the earth wind and fire song better tune in and then you get about four seconds into the song near like. Actually this is so good You know what you just made me think of is that first of the month bone thugs and harmony song Yeah which you get you know twelve times out of the year. Yeah absolutely which is Funds just good. You could get into that. I mean there's also the green day wake me up when september ends. Oh yeah and then it's been a long december december and then there's it's gone aubain. May i mean there's a lot of days but but like okay but all of those a lot of fun are infamous fucking icon out there. Not now not bops like this. One not ops like this one do put it on a best of how bouma before it came out and trying to get my head around that it is incredible because did they make it for like a film or television like they had to have create..
"bouma" Discussed on With Whit
"Well i wanna transition into talking about boom. Oh something that. We're obviously both so passionate about. And i just want you to tell everyone in case they haven't heard about what it is like where the idea came from and what it is and what's going on with it right now because there's so much exciting stuff going on with an. Yeah thank you. So bouma wasn't idea that. I had when i first became a mom. I you know i always prided myself as a working woman and i told myself once i have a kid. Things are not going to change. I'm still going to just be a driven career woman. I'm going to be an awesome present parent. And then of course i had my first daughter and i was like holy crap like what is this like. I did not sign up for this. How come i feel like such a shitty parent. How come. I can barely get any work done. And when i do get my work done. I feel guilty about getting my work done. Because i'm not being a present parent. And so i felt like i had to choose one or the other like it's either. I'm a career woman or it's either a fulltime mom. I thought that was unfair. So i went out there and sort of looking for places where i could be co located with. My daughter cycle work out of there while finding care. Simple right you you would think. Oh yeah like. Some co working space would have that ray but to my surprise there were none. That had it to the full extent that i wanted to that there is a few places like the wing where they had childcare. But it's not fully licensed childcare which means that when you don't have the full license and by the way it's pretty hard to get unless you're that is part of your kind of build out plan because there's a lot of little things that you have to build an order to fully licensed then you cannot legally changes child sniper. You cannot legally feed them. You cannot legally nap them. And they can't be on site for more than three hours so for me as like okay like this says equivalent to maybe like a gym gym babysitting club type of situation rate and even though it's better than no childcare at all i it's not a long term solution for a working woman like me. What if i needed to do a full day of work from nine. Am.
Rapid Changes in Slow-Growing Ecosystems
"All right. Dr brian bouma. Thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is. You do short. So i am a plan to disturbance ecologist in particular so i studied things like Communities respond to disturbances like fires in wind and in particular how the edges of those things respond so my interest is in climate adaptation in one important aspect of that is the migration movement of species in response to climate change and things like disturbances and worming ends disasters. Give opportunity for that. So i tend to seek out areas of recent wildfires or windstorms or landslides and then look at how. The community is responding changing right on. Yeah i mean. Unfortunately you read the news. There's no shortage of that and a lot of ways but it also gives you know colleges like yourself a lot of opportunities to understand these dynamics but what brought you to this in the first place i mean. Were you always a plant person or do you just enjoy ecology and understanding the distribution of species. You know where did this all start for you. I was always in exploration person. I always liked wandering around in the woods. I grew up in the northwest northeast. Seattle couple hours north of seattle and spent most of my childhood wandering around the woods. Nice i always found it interesting to figure out what's wearing why maps always fascinated me and so it was a natural jump distributions of species being out in the wilderness in thinking. Well why is a species here and why is it not over there and it's a it's a natural jump into where things are geography and then my interest in forests Because i grew up in biggles forest led me to actually to disturbances because forests are fairly slow. Fairly slow moving on human time scales in many ways. It may respects up until they're not until you have his disturbed and so those quick sort of catalysts for change became an interesting target of investigation because a lot of stuff happens in a very short period of time even in a forest which has trees thousand
Interview With Tiffany Shlain
"Tiffany slain welcome back to design matters so nice to be back. Disney I think I discovered something about you that I didn't know in the time since any of our previous design matters interviews is it true that in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four when you're in your early twenties, you were featured in Seventeen magazine in a roundup of young. Women's success story. How did you find Matt? Is that on the web not telling? I have not thought about that in really Oh. Gosh. What did I say? I lead weighed. I I talked about making movies. Yes. And living in a big law where we'd all make movies together the forecast your whole life. Oh, my goodness. Thank you for taking me right back. In. My pleasure I guess it would be safe to say you were always an overachiever. I had some pretty clear goals. Just like I. It's really interesting to think about because I do think I mean in life you have to think big in order to just hope you're going to get there and making work for the world that makes a change I. think it was always part of that. I think it's something that's been embedded in you and your family since yes the beginning of time. We're here primarily today to talk about your brand new book congratulations. There's been a lot of coverage and New York Times piece out yet today it's fantastic graduation thing. So your book is called Twenty Four, six, the power of unplugging one day a week and it examines the practice of what you and your family do one day every week you shut off all of your devices and go completely analog. But as I mentioned in my intro, some people might be surprised that you wrote this book after founding the bees and working as a filmmaker and exploring all sorts of future forward topics. In other words, you really come from a place of digital immersion I'm you even say this in your book before Living Twenty, four, six, you were on screens twenty, four seven. So really twenty, four seven. Yeah, I mean I think like most people we can remember the moment when the iphone came out and that really changed things where suddenly your computer could go with you wherever you wanted and it did and it went in the bedroom and the bathroom in the boardroom and wherever you were walking in on nature walks in that release shifted just the world at your fingertips all the time but I didn't like the way I was feeling I was feeling very distracted and again, this was actually eleven years ago it was really very distracted like I wasn't president. And yet, of course, love technology and the potential of it all because in my work that's what my my husband cans, a professor of robotics and Ai, and we both. That's one of our favorite topics is what is the potential? What can extend and what can it not extend? What does an amplified? What is it amputate, and I was really starting to feel like it was encroaching on my humanness. and then. I had this very dramatic period of time where my father was diagnosed with brain cancer. And I found out I was pregnant in the same week and it was really like life was grabbing me by the shoulders and making me think about how it was living. And Whenever I'd go visit my data, turn off Iphone, of course, 'cause he towards the end really only had like one good hour a day. At this new life growing inside of me and then. In a period of days he did die and and our daughter Bouma was born. And I just was like, okay I I have been given this. Really a gift of a very profound colliding of events.
"bouma" Discussed on Thug Mills - How Good Is This?
"See that that was the good old days of favorite chips. When i were just like. We don't care what happens. And how much sold this is you want to chip that tastes like neon yellow chickens. He go consumer. And now it's all like health and you can't even get them and she kinda shit place soups that you can't even get them. And so all the like he's some soul with some light green. Okay bouma shape. It's fucking funny not could carry recently. I bought different brands of Chicken chips and both pretty disappointing and it just like the ofa crown. Where i it's funny. You mentioned in your sting line tangy. That's pretty much the one flavor that i m fringe out on because in that case i consider that fancy settled anyway Winning a lemming maybe at some of them on an a brand new brand. But i haven't tried because to the best anyway. Like what are you talking about. Hey you know what i've been getting into. I'm off chips because you're kinda raw bullshit. I'm you know. What's good is the mission corn chips. Yes extreme chase. Pretty good extremes like i different cheeses on that and the other one. The red ones would have had the lalanne. The chilean most citric acid. It's about entering actually a real extreme hot tip voyeur. The kesse mardi erica tortilla race tila. Thank you big. Gum ziplock bag. Yep i think they're quite expensive. There fucking shit hot tell you what night making themselves go there. You go there any way home from work. The one fits on another good in the big dumb. Plastic bag. used to get him from john. Don't look i wouldn't trust you if you'd say okay i got. I don't know if i can really trust..
Episode Two: Bernard Freeman aka Bun-B - burst 01
"This is. Free. With Derek Freeman. Hello Mr Freeman. Doing. All right, brother. Appreciate you coming on. Problem and thanks avenue now for everybody that's listening in, we have none other than Bernard Freeman Aka Bundy. My friend, my cousin live in inside the free world podcast with us. Bunny sounds like you're on the road man just just let us know how much time you got. We got. We got some questions for you today. We make it happen. I everybody. Knows Bun the the big thing that everybody knows about you man of course as you G K, and since the beginning you guys have read Port Arthur Texas. Oh, you know not only Port Arthur but you had spent time a lot of time in childhood is in Houston also rep Houston real heavy but tell us a little bit about de growing up in port. Arthur where you're from in the experiences in, PORT ARTHUR IN HOUSTON. as you know you listen I'm not sure if they know not you know put up very small. Industrial town is out of the sexist. Population varies I guess between fifty and fifty, five, thousand depending on the time you check. Build around all refineries You know put out there Bouma. both sprouted up, do this spindle top. So You know pretty much all the small towns in that area surrounding spending time. dairy pretty much facilitate life for the people who worked at the refiners, and so it was it's a blessing and a curse because as a blessing provided a lot of jobs and opportunities in the early days but. If you don't have. Really a Give up you don't work for the refineries for a company that facilitates the refinery and finding good sustainable work can be difficult. A lot of our eggs are in the same basket here. Definitely the we're we're tied to that that oil and gas you know here in Port Arthur. So you know someone with with as much talent as yourself. There's not many opportunities. So you know you had to look the places in thankful that. You know you had connections in Houston and was comfortable moving around in a big city in in making connections. Yeah. I spent a lot of my early years and he's been going back and forth unfortunately I was I was born in Houston but then my parents divorced my mother moved to put because a lot of her family that weren't in Louisiana or Houston when living input and she just wanted a breadth she and. Her aunt. My Grandmother's younger sisters was very close in age with my Mama Mama. Can I born and so they had a very strong relationship and so my mom moved to Port Arthur because there were structure there for But as I got older and started, you know wanting to find my way in the world specifically with entertainment right product didn't afford me any of those opportunities. So you kinda add to go to the big city to make your bones. So to speak but you know I've. been a big part of the culture music. Wise. So we kind of knew where to look and started trying to touch base with stuff but our connection added came on the flute. We were actually in Houston shopping, and so we went to kings flea market on the south side. And just. So happened that there was a guy there named Russell. Washington who had A. Record store but was actually looking for talent So we drove spanked of Houston and wind got the demo tape and then brought it all the way back to. HOUSTON. To store. Let him here a few songs He fell in love with the earliest thing earliest edit of. Debbie something good. which featured more than just me and Tampa. By this time, we ended up putting it out. It was only Tampa. And from that point on I get, the rest is history. Man, in history you've made definitely you know let's take real quick take it back. Just a little bit of the way we Mitt was was something unique in not I'll never forget it. I was a freshman in high school and we had a class together theater and your last name was Freeman and my last name was Freeman and we've got to talk and one day I. Think I told you that my dad was from Ville Platte and you said you'd from Vail plant and you say, well, my dad's from veal platinum next thing you know I think you went check Some of the lines and I went check some of the family lines and sure enough we were kin and from then on man I I just. I've already. Thought you were intelligent. One of the most intelligent people I've met even in my forty four years that I've been on this earth man I told you such a high regard. But from that point Oh man I watched you in and you've always been a motivator a trendsetter and you've left breadcrumbs for somebody like myself that can follow if you have ambition if driving I've always appreciated what of the people that hit us on facebook you know put something out there earlier was like. Man I'm getting ready to go online with gun right now we're doing the free world pie cast any questions and we'll take one questions and somebody they hit us up was big Jack. So Big Jackson Holler at you man said what's up and I was thinking about big Jag being in the same class with us you big Jack and I think Nolan Davis. And your cats were I just looked up to you guys so. Jackson was up man but that was the beginning days g K. so that was did. With. Big Time or how big time come about. Is that well, they came from that initial day of going to the market you know and we came to the agreement that. We are open to working with him and you know we were very young industry. We didn't really know anything as far as easy business and he didn't either like he came in from a retail aspect, but he always had a really good ear for music and You know he was the one that out of all the stuff that tell me something good was actually one of the oldest on. That we had in the catalogue at that time. So we brought him everything that we had, and he listen to some of the newer stuff which would have been like cocaine tobacco. The ride would have been part of that as well. but he was like, yeah, I mean. It's cool but they the tell me something good that that. Like I said he had yet amazing. You know yeah. No maintenance here for that kind of thing man shot big Joe me and Jack was. down. With each other and Nolan of course, normal ones you know probably one of my closest friends in school and the funny thing was with working with Nolan like Nolan I both kind of woke up when Bain was like. Let's go sign up for the navy. and. So we went we went there today we went to the naval officer assigned everything, but we didn't take the oath and then like a couple of weeks later, we were like Joe. I don't think that's what we. And they tried to they tried to Pigeonhole as into it and you know I tested very high tested like ninety, seven coadjutor. So their their whole day for me was like we WANNA. Thank you get college and we also WanNa put you basically on a nuclear submarine bike. So we want to college. To understand how to you know work in that field like engineering. and. Then put you on a nuclear submarine and. I Love Water I love this women all of the idea of. Underwater. For my dad time that was that was not what I was about that was not what I wanted to do with my life. So we had the we realize that like the easiest way to get out of that would have been to get scholarships. So that's when no letting I really started focusing heavily on drama and ended up getting Scholarships back in the Senate. And that kind of the way of of getting them like off of our. Of Our case at the time, and then after that, we decided that that wasn't. So. We were young kids bad. You know we you know. Thank God. We had options in life. we but we just didn't know what direction we wanted to go to at that point and and at that point I I really started to fall in love with the idea of of making music right so much that I loved theater. I just realized that wasn't necessarily path I wanted to take, and it's funny because music kind of brought me back around to that because being. Pop? Culture. I've actually been in a few feature films I was in the dirty third I was in This movie called. Video girl where I actually went meagan. Good. It's just the Maya good and Ruby Dee and I had like one on one team would ruby dee I Rueda de basically beat me up in the movie. Sat me around wow because I was the boyfriend until the Maya good and she ended up being killed. while she was with me because I have beef with them do out there that Ruby was like you know very upset with me forget it. Get a girl killed she kinda be up or whatever it was. It was amazing because you know you grow up. looking ruby dee is. That's film royalty. Definitely and So you know being party hip hop culture has not only made like you know my new dreams come true but even facilitating some old dreams come true. You know I'm very, very blessed. Individual man apposite. Very blessed very talented it full circle. You know I've always told you that that stage when we did the, we used to have a thing tell some of the folks if you you went to a draw drama festival, they had a thing called group impromptu and you know I had the honor of being in the group impromptu with Bun a few
Premier League: Manchester United Qualify for Champions League
"Manchester United and Chelsea qualify for the Champions League. UNITED WITH A to victory over less than meanwhile Chelsea without win against walls sees all. You're going to show and frank. Lampard side make it into the top four less city, but let's not forget with fifteen points Clare of fifth on New Year's. They dropped the ball completely in twenty twenty and have to make do with Europa League football dodgson staving echo with us, stevie united with win on the season. You one of the harshest critics so all. He's proved you wrong, isn't he? Host you? Listen the. You, you can't see that. Qualifying for the champions. League is not success. For, all the Because as You know ended a day. I think the biggest and the main reason why the option because when transfer marquette. Bought Bruno Fernandes without that piece of business. This this would happen so listen. He always asked to coach the team and he obviously had a hand and say Bruno Fernandes Oh yeah as I said. It's success. I'm not convinced that he can take them from from. Champions League qualifies to actually vying for the title against Liverpool in city I still. The way way off and I still think they have to say more players, but yes, but all they get into the champions lease as a success. But he's had plenty of time. Your United Stat Dome. That now. All you early I mean they close form then they all Liverpool, which is incredible thirty two from Bouma. Thirty three away from Liverpool, and it's not the right time in because I think that the well getting into jump and say those incredible finish I agree with Stevie. Bruno Fernandes doesn't come in. At this, all thing is that. Is Jason for Non Stop the season? Why did they wait until John? Rudy Sunan done I will never ever. No nothing deserves credit ease. That's big name. Players go shifted the dynamic inside the dressing room. He's might young is made them hungrier. There have been assigned to watch is not too many egos at the football club anymore, and you have a job on the summer. Trying to convince big plans like will stay on. And then chartwell tracked maybe three or four plans to try and give him so titled Till Next Season Way to they need to add to the squad don. I was still like say them. With a recognized number nine I get the argument where people think that Mason Green was going to lead the line, and maybe the could bring in some more to plan the rights on side because I'm not convinced marcial. Yet again I think the such a good player net. He's not consistent enough. And Watching Higher Maguire today and Victor Lindelof as a pair. I mean less than without James Madison. Pereira without Soyeoun shoe without some of their very best players, another about that was missing volley at Indiana Joe Coast to center offs problems time after time after time, and this under-strength less decide so I would like to see, and if they all going to try and compete again can get closer to the city. Liverpool in my opinion, need Weltklasse Center
Roger Bennett (Men In Blazers) on the Return of the Premier League
"We Win Stadium you will be at home. I can promise you will feel you support. Stay safe. We are still with you and. You'll never walk alone. That was liberal F. C manager Jergen KLOPP in a message released yesterday. That will bring a tear, not just the eyes of his supporters. The dare I say anyone who cares about the most popular sports league in the world. That's right folks. After a three-month hiatus. The English Premier League is back today. Roger Bennett from men in blazers fills us in on these frantic few remaining weeks. So grab a pint and US as sub optimal tour of English soccer. I'm sorry, English football. I mean it comes. It's Wednesday. June seventeenth. This is ESPN daily. Presented by marathon. Roger! Kim's. Are you relieved? Your any skin daily and not my NFL pod, talking about your beloved quarterback Mitch Trubisky You Know God Love Mitch. trubisky is an incredible pressure to be knowing that your whole life is just destined to pan out to become the answer to a trivia question in about ten years, who was taken ahead of Deshaun Watson Patrick Mahomes. Roger Bennett is suffering bears fan. He's also the CO host of men in Blazers on the NBC. Sports Network and the men in Blazers podcast by just braced for him to end up with the green. Bay Packers, leading them on a fourth quarter drive two feet, my beloved Chicago Bears, and I can't wait for that movement. They'll probably deserve it. And we're not talking about bears football today. The wait is over the English premier league. The most Popular Sports League in the world is back after a one hundred day hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic Roger I'm sure you've been getting your fix from Bundesliga but I have to imagine the return of English. Soccer is hitting a little different for you. One hundred days feels like one hundred years to be candid. I've been staring at squirrels running up trees in the park, and feeling the adrenaline burst of a run through midfield, watching raindrops charge down my window and feeling just an incredible wing-play into play of missed from the primarily, but yes, it's back today with its global ratings I mean in Britain for much of Europe for much of the rest of the world outside of the United States, it's kind of a seismic as the NFL and the NBA rolled into with the Pantheon of heroes and villains to moments of glorious ecstasy, searing dispath fuse with dodgy haircuts snack tattoos. One hundred days off. When are going to have ninety two games scattered almost daily over the next couple of weeks. It's coming back because we love it because we miss it. It's coming back for. Hard news commercial reasons ultimately to an economic decision. It's going to come back and ghost game situation where it's fabulous. It's going to be different. The lack of an audience will have an impact on the football. We watched, but most importantly it is going to be good enough. It's GonNa. Be Great enough to connect us to a ruling global conversation and that's ultimately I think. Think we will miss about sports as our calling them. Ghost Games I hadn't heard that got left the Germans. They have a name for everything. Lay. They Call Them Guy Bela. And that is what they will be. Sam Darnold knows a thing or two about those back to English premier league, so we hit positive with most of the season done with exception of Liverpool they're. They're still to be decided. The top half of the table. Seven teams vying for five spots determine who will qualify for Champions League and Europa League which for those who don't know are the midseason European tournaments to be held next year. Roger Liverpool have clinched Champions League. Spot Manchester City has of course been banned from Champions League for Breaking Financial Fair play rules so that. That spot remains open despite city being second in the League. Right now. Arsenal wolves Chelsea Menu Lester Tottenham Sheffield all in the mix. What are you expecting to see from the top of the table? When the race for Champions League qualification, which is a bit like football's march madness, it's big tournament in which the best teams in the world. You're rail, Madrid, your boss Alana's. Para Sanjay Man's by Munich's compete all. Big English teams won't be in that for brand reasons for competitive reasons for commercial reasons and is. And completely wide open at the bottom of the table. All say English football has some Incorr- ellegation, which is if you watch game of thrones? It's a bit like the moon door. Teams get flung through that in baseball, the worst teams every year like the Orioles in the mall in which is flung out of the major leagues, the mooted, and in that place. We had the Tulsa drillers around rook. Rook Express and that is, it's a searing. It is a haunting. It is a savage palm of the global football tradition, and you have six teams at the bottom who are fighting to avoid what can be economically devastating their revenue roughly hauls flung out. The Premier League is savage for the fan base. One Minute. You are watching your team. Take to the glamorous fields, Manchester United and Arsenal the next. Round Brentford Luton Barnsley barring a miracle the Jewish using Norwich canaries will disappear, but there's five teams Aston. Villa Bouma th what furred and West Ham amongst them, two of which will go with them for the big story line. Meena is Liverpool Football Club. American owned little football. Club owned by the Boston Red SOx owners, F S J and their yearning. They're dreaming of a return to greatness that was once titletown by when I was a kid growing up in Liverpool. Just six points away from lending the title that they have dreamed of then. That is the great storyline of the season. On that note. This Sunday. The team that you root for I'm sorry. I'm getting a producer this side you support. Everton, we'll be squaring off against Liverpool. They are twenty five points clear off the other teams in the League, and there's possibility they can clinch the title at Goodison Park Against Your beloved Everton on Sunday
My Framework For Selling Frameworks
"Now Sean. My framework for selling frameworks case very similar. But it's different when I'm teaching a framework. I teach all those things when I'm selling is different when I'm selling number one. I still tell about how I learned. I earned it number two. I still strategy. I don't teach the tactics and they show the case studies. Okay what somebody typically is buying is the tactical. It's here's the process. Here's what is case. If I'm selling something I don't teach I don't do number three. Id number one to number for example this so I mean he hasn't seen my final presentation. The presentation of Bill Clinton Zenia. That's shocking to me. Because I did that. Women are live over one hundred times and it's been on Auto Webinar for four years now and it sold one hundred million dollars plus of quick for us. We haven't seen yet at least watch it because it's really good. Put a lot of effort into it But if you look at this like watch how my slides Mimic this process k. So Number One. I tell the story about how I learn. I earn number one right so I talk about Tony Robbins. Hummy how much success you've got to do this and then talk about the pioneers of talk about. Porter stands where I tell. The story behind. Learned earned this tactic then. I switched over to the to the strategy to. Here's the strategy step number one. And they're sharing my framework except for one. You got a phone hawk. Summit successful remember to buy the product sipping three successive offense. Four BUILDING CLICK. Finals owned by the way my product and eventually actually step number four by the framework for success for them right then. I skip number three number three. It'd be like okay. Let me show you fifty six steps territory about how to actually build your funnel and quick funnels. Let me show. I skip that. They go directly to the source reproof. Here's here's what we did there. Funnel boom chaos high got section the framework. Then move onto secret to in my in my framework. Hey same start here with with how I learned to earn it back in the past we had to do. We have programmers and designers analysts. People Super Hard Tech Guy into this and this and this but then we figure out a new way better way. Let me show you the strategy then. I do my demo. Quick funnels and the demo clip shows the strategy. Step one. Pick a template to epic the funnel type. I walked through the framework for how I build a funnel. Cyclic bottles right from there. I skipped number three and number four. Which is here's the case study. Boom boom boom boom moments case studies sending secret. Mer three same thing k. Number one I tell how I learned. I earned it google. Slap me again. Here's the framework seven one. I figure out where other people are. GonNa traffic from summer to go to similar website for three. I look at this and we're four Bouma Moon. I go through the whole the whole framework of how I get traffic from there and with the case. Study of how it actually happened. Just see how that works. So when I when I've selling through framework I teach him one how we learned we learned number two. I C STRATEGY. Number three social. Thank you guys in the House. I'm dropping things we're GONNA throughout this week I'm sharing the framers and we're talk about storytelling framework. Tonight after dinner was going to go deep until you the story parts of stuff and how how we craft stories and we orchestrated things. It's really cool. But kinda close this down with this week. He hasn't y you understand that I'm GONNA be showing a lot of frameworks. Somebody presentations like ten minutes. I get a quick framework. I'M GONNA go for ten minutes on the Framework. I'm bouncing back out again. And the next speaker will be out of our speakers going to be showing their framework for success or he has a see the framework understand it. Mastering these frameworks as you're doing that. Gay Massive framework should be giving during talking live and then number two is as you're thinking to start designing. What are the frameworks for Your Business? K. Come back to this. Like what is the result that my dream customers pay me for and I don't care what business you're in there all paying you for result. That's the only reason why people buy stuff they WANNA result. What is the result and starting? What's my framework? What could it be? I got to figure out a name for it. I can't figure out. Like what am I gonNA title with Step More Institute three? What's my hypothesis like this is I think is right. And they're GONNA go back. Home is GonNa be Human Guinea pig tests myself if I needed to work for me and if it does work for me then I gotta go and find other people making sure work for them and we have this framework. Oh my gosh. This becomes my ads my options and my and my thing. I sell all sorts things around that okay. That's the only way understand. Is this lens of frameworks for me talking. We're GONNA be doing so many things about this weekend about it where he has understanding that getting excited about developing your own frameworks and hopefully start looking back in time about. Oh my gosh. Here's all the different frameworks that I've seen Russell us on me. I doodle pickup name of them just by seeing my doodles I. That's the power of what we're doing crazy things that your customer over and over and over again. K. who've gone through preferably framework training if you like do I do what I do. You have to look at the doodle yet. I know exactly what to do right. It gives you serve your customers the higher level. You could any other any other way. We start creating your own
Immad Akhund, CEO & Founder of Mercury, Shares His Start-Up Journey
"Imad welcome to the podcast all right thanks for having me you're a cool cool cuckoo in tech startup called mercury now and we'll get into everything about challenger neo future of business banking let's get into how you got to this how you got here here we always been a startup person you've got software background right yes so i've been doing some sort of little hacky PHP things since since i was a teenager kind of thing and i mentioned it computer science at university in cambridge in the UK off after that i worked for about a year at bloomberg which is the only real job i've ever had and since then for the last eighteen years i've been doing startup so this is actually my fourth both company did you grow up in UK mostly i moved to the UK when i was nine originally born to buxton okay so you moved there you're you're like tinkering with building things and starting things and you go work for for bloomberg why'd you do that you know i i didn't i didn't necessarily know what i wanted to do at that stage i was pretty good at programming the main can a career path that seemed obvious fact then was either management consultancy or investment banking and blue blue was like somewhat toast to investment banking actually i applied for a lot of other jobs did not get the US baking and salting yeah i think the real underlying thing is i had absolutely no passion for them it was just it's like the default announcer and bloomberg does have more other jobs that that even they must been banged injustices that have like some level of programming the not really programming jobs that kinda a little bit of programming and finance jobs whereas bouma jawbone a real programming job and that's just something i've just naturally been good at an of his studied it as well so it was easier for me to just get into that kind of job and that was probably the only one that applied to that was more of a programming job how that works out because he was society pushed all this pressure on like going to get that job at golden sachs mackenzie or something i mean back then this is two two thousand and five why there was google facebook in the UK so there was a really interesting startups to work at i think i would have done that instead ed there was there was safa companies but the seemed like various IBM more microsoft is something which was like appealing to me right yeah i mean i did the investment banking path because society said that the path that i should do where we'll definitely was not right for me took me time and but i mean i'm happy happy i did it and it's good skill set but part of my journey okay so anyway so your bloomberg you're doing a real programming job did you like it no no toll the toll i was i was just really board you know that you have this likes us really know what the thing you building is full like given rough idea and it's like bloomberg has so many functionalities the term no duct can do anything i was in the fixed income group something to do with we'd like mortgage fixing something that i really can't even remember what it was a trading systems on fixed income but it was like a specific project i must have worked on and it was very interesting to me so i would but it was also very draining widely nine dollars come home i would feel no energy do news site projects or anything like that but me and my friend at bloomberg we used to reject crunch all the time this is in my opinion the heyday take ron trade lay bubbles pretty much only tech news that was and it was always very interesting who like someone selling someone's gonna start up dead etc and yeah from our perspective widows program is in it seemed like oh we could build that right we would see something and we'd be like okay that doesn't seem that hard it's user system and malaysian yeah obviously we underestimated like what it takes to make a real business it was much like we could do the software benefit do we would share these links with each other ed we would just kinda fantasize about know lugging bloomberg and then eventually after yeah we you know we had an idea the original idea was actually kind of different it was like the people in the UK that pretty obsessed with properties and we wanted to make a map where you could see all the different variables that come into a location so you could see house prices crime rates distance to public transport the restaurants all that stuff that was idea that we had and we're like oh that's a good idea actually there was a company remembers his name but just IPO that was kind of doing like trulia type thing in the UK re real move do i think anyway so we were like okay this could be a real business like this company did okay league so yeah i'm on the the thirteenth month of base give the job we both quit and then we started working on this they go to work a little bit on the side and you said you were like so tired and he came home from work so it's like so we just did it did it my view back then the thing in the UK is actually very it's not easy but it's much cheesy to be a startup us and then is in the US you have free healthcare if you actually know making money the government will pay bill house mostly the eighty percent like there's a housing benefit and though neak location is you know making money like it's not like the hasn't doesn't have to be good reasons why you think you money so actually didn't have much in savings things by we quit i had like maybe six thousand pounds and savings but i did the matt's i'm very frugal by like if housing is mostly free yeah i thought i could survive like at least a year manage yeah exactly so we started working on an my view on newborns like i knew i could get another job so it wasn't i didn't think it was like much of a risk and just quitting and doing it i thought it would be fun i could get the job if it doesn't work out i've also actually okay with maxing out greg god's in these spirits i've done it multiple times i don't recommend it i i didn't live badly and you know we were able to kind of focus complete the on this and it was fun when we were young as well like there's no responsibilities no there's no real risk of like you know now what would happen if it didn't work
"bouma" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Let me take a call money, keeping people waiting while I'm going out to Bouma Ranga. Oh, actually we got mastermind. Right. Joseph. Should that isn't Joseph, wait a minute, or there goes Joseph in Texas talk to me. Chance to find nobody, but wasn't it where year ago that him and Danny Jacobs had faceoff one and child ever go up, Dan Jacobs? If he couldn't get. Komo man. Come on. I. Busy. Eddie Hearn made it where he knew. Thank garbage. Secondly, when he fought and Sav is, who is pushing for Cannella version tunnel. I'll wait. Oh, wait follower. Nobody. Weight classes matter. So you tell me go out to one sixty eight or even one seventy five is not dangerous. What the lasting fighter power his career like forty? What are you with a teenager? So I'm not even gonna give credit. I'm I'm gonna say the natural once before, but not only that number four, who's a fight of that, that they can in that he didn't fight it the twenty nine they're going to the prime breath. No, no, no, no. Gimme that teenagers. She he formed, gal pup. Vasquez was about the fight O'Hara Davis to day. He fought him in his third fight as a fucking teenager, silver. Speck cannella. Oh, he been having names on resume. Mike, just don't know. Exactly. But look nothing nothing. Right. Yeah. Right. Fuck y'all. He said we live in. G better than everything on trials resume who the fuck what are you talking about? Watcher g. On. The him fight him because he wanted trilogy, man. Because he want to say anything. If insulting the sport where you guys go up and fucking fight, whoever they, they wanna fight with a perfectly good fucking match, and they're somebody who got His his way. to fight. Protect protect went up to fight Koto at one fifty four was that pathetic instead of find anybody else that forty seven. Right now. Right, right. No. That is. Oh. Keep protecting key protected homing. Do what you do. Who has not fun that they said he wasn't gonna fake. He's fought among it's going to happen broke, I is only going to happen Joseph when the public demand. They have not been demanding. And what about? Has has PBC even put out like. Imagery on their social media. The way they do with at least they do Terence Crawford. Keep a real Mike. I'm talking to you. His call is over. We know in welterweight division. They put like who you won't keep the face, and they'll put Crawford's face there vice versa. Earl they'll put Crawford face, they, they don't ignore it. True true. Sure. Sure. The hey in his blood. Hey. Here, say people are talking in all this, but you guys come on y'all contradict yourself all the fucking time when when would fail without your him protected. Well, what did you guys doing another? What do you got? Can go to a whole nother. I don't wanna hear it. Tell the whole story was he being protected from in accomplish champion that the world was demanding the. You know, you say in that we're protecting Cannella from Doody for who exactly if he though batting. He ain't done shit. Get them out the way. Feel get him out the way. Then then you know why do that? Yes. In that big enough for Nello in his more dangerous than a fight with COPA them in Kevin Smith. That's. I don't know about that..
"bouma" Discussed on BoomerBabesLife Podcast - The Wrap
"Welcome everybody to Bouma Babes Life podcast the rap each way come joined by amazing Bouma tapes now what we do is we discussed a sect and try to unpack some of the latest news has been going on around so and just like me Alabama Babes over fifty and definitely have an opinion. I'm Johnny Morris Rigs founder the and director of fun at Moma Babes Life and now this week I'm joined by the absolutely Gorgeous Goes Carol Atkinson Antoinette junta and hippopotamuses trying to join US soy. She May poppy in as having conversation position but welcome <unk> great to have with us. Thank you dany well. We have some hot topics this way and we're GONNA kick it right off with <hes>. This is a pistol favorite of mind because I heard food is doing the social media rounds during the week but it actually happened at a recent wedding so let's share it. Let's kick it off with the no show one now the whole thing about this is <hes> APL Assad in soon not do the old writing the invites in sending them off to people for both days on weddings and you know Mitzvahs and all that sort of thing <hes> studying to do checks and what have you now bought the what this topic is all about is actually a no shore. Actually people saying that yes. I'm going to be there R._S._p.. Paid in God yes albeit the wedding and did they actually don't show that send a takes. They don't call that are right they. I just don't chartres so really like your input on this one carol. What do you think of this one? <hes> absolutely the hot had rudeness. If I was having event and someone that I had invited they didn't show up <hes> and didn't let me know I'll be really really hurt a really disappointed by that <hes> I I mean obviously there's always going to be reasons. Why people can't show up <hes> to an event but it's so easy Z.? To send a quick takes message as dies to let people night no excuses and tomatoes ever happened to you or or Desa. Have you done it. No well you know especially with takes survivable and those things cop many phone call each lake should offer takes <hes> but you know if you're going to be invited to a function that it's nice to show up but like stuff getting the white sometimes and you know on something that they acknowledge that you know I would turn up and that the person not because they've all been expecting either excited to see you other people excited to send you. You know you nature that people know that do not showing you know that whatever reason and thank you apology while you know what I was at a wedding about six weeks ago and they were eight fifty seats at this wedding reception and everyone everyone of them had at. She hours fe paid in the bride was upset because she didn't even get a takes missy from decide. I won't turning up Carol. Take <unk> text invites. They seem -Oday becoming the null people start venue invites from Texas now where I think it depends on the top of entities I mean you would still expect a an you know physical <hes> invite for a wedding or engagement or something of that night. You're oh I think takes invites. The party's birthday parties or tops of more casual events are absolutely fawn. <hes> facebook invites Gripe to facebook advance. That's how I go about organizing any family. Catch ups ups on having <hes> but I think that you received something a physical invitation it certainly it's very nice to do that. Carries a bit more white thing yeah absolutely Antoinette. What do you think that it takes messages becoming Laura Yeah well? I finding people are communicating all over the place it sometimes you talked to remember way. The invitation came from the facebook invitation that takes him potatoes was a messenger invitation. <hes> <hes> and with weddings died people I would have set up the mini websites and in bought from there and then you've got to figure out which have Munich guiding the lead certainly is an interesting topic and it certainly doing the round saw for the <unk> Ellis's today have think about that next time you era your I._R._S.. Fee paying make sure you show up as well <hes> sorry redacted witting especially waiting heads up definitely <hes> now reese recycling climate change and <hes> looking after a planet massive hot topics right now what I really really love your thoughts goals on sending recyclables to other countries now. Is this a solution and should we be doing. What Comanche do about this Carol? Will I mean we might not even have a choice choice. Some in Malaysia is about to send back three thousand tons of contaminated Weist back to Australia and this includes plastic bottles containing foodwise chemicals dishwashing liquid. You know most of the plastics that people put put in their recycling end up in landfill and I become incinerated adding to the massive carbon emissions recycling and Weist is a huge huge issue the Victorian Victoria's environmental minister recently. We started the night expect to spend thirty five million dollars. Addressing ray sought over the next <hes> threes <hes> and you know there's a whole lot of things that we can personally do to eliminate wise from our recycling which I think we need to type this responsibility for yeah absolutely anti what are your thoughts on this. Should we be sending the other countries or as Carol said we might not even have a choice on that soon. Yeah Wow I'm. They sending it sending back to us. You know <hes> how these countries supposed to do we rubbish if we can't so <hes> I mean we've found ways of dealing with recycling sewerage and butch things so you know shoulder. Them must be people out there that are looking into getting up pretty solid. <hes> you know maybe the startup business maybe they might need to government assistance to be able to set up the infrastructure to the apple trees that recycling flawn John and ten this rubbish into something else you know our <hes> so <hes> plastic see novel to recycle that and you making putting into the new mobile phones and the things I don't know whatever you recycle it back into. We can stop setup from some recycled PLOP PIA. It's going to take money and infrastructure but I'm sure there's people at thinking about an already. I'm sure look at ab absolutely and I have in looking at it myself over the last couple of weeks as well as seems to be some incredible young entrepreneurs that are actually work along those solutions right now including a writing out in backyard here in Australia but also in all countries around the world in Europe and I know for Alice's that are over in North America as well. There's a lot of young entrepreneurs. They're working on this right now. So I know that the solutions coming through which is which is great and finally the Food Sorry Carl yes. I was just going to say on that night. We do hint tend to hear a lot of the bad news stories but there's actually a film which is just being released co two thousand and forty and it's a documentary looking at how the world could be bought two thousand forty if we embrace the best solutions available to help us improve out planet the future generations saw. I think that's with saying because we need we need some positive ladyship rather than <hes> just the always this negative doomsday immutability yeah absolutely and that's that's great. I didn't know about that movie. What will do is we will put that the link for that movie in the comment section under the podcast so that people can go straight to that thanks for that Carol? Finally finally goes landlines now are they. Millions of people recchi hanging up on their landlines. Everybody's going forward just the mobile finds now asking the pause and but and I is the fact the people are hanging up on landlines cheek creating an issue and do you have still have a landline carol. I got rid of my land lawn will avantis ago so I think that the definitely thing any of the pasta found that I was paying you know something like fifty city'll fifty dollars a month just to land lawn and I wasn't using that fun. The only Kozo was getting was for my mother and from random people trying to so me stuff all rip me off so yeah I got rid of Mine Antoinette. Do you still have yours no glad to have a landline for about. I don't know being more than five years. That's for sure <hes> I mean everything you need to do in the half. After those dumb from immobile find you know why would you wanna tie into a landline then it's rather extent even anti Adobo you can add saving anyone you have <hes> that they go through your half actually still bill from from your mobile phone. You can surveillance from your my ball fine had a fridge in stolen and knock that my ball find that once you get a law and they just wanted ornament anyway well. I think that we can definitely agree that. Landlines are becoming a thing of the past Karaoke. Can you remember your landline phone number seeing you don't have it anymore. China United on forty two times before I moved into my current house and start a new school every year if I probably could but not off the top of my head Antoinette can year remember you you're very first or your family landline number or by certainly can it just comes to make quite easily <hes> and it was the phone number that I had those at school and you just just remember it off in your head so I can tell you what you want. As we WANNA know six two four two one well I remember Ebba to three phone numbers icon. Tell you the second one because it is my sister Wendy's our number and she still has it in her harm and she and my brother-in-law David and <hes> but Annaba Al family number was eight to sixty eighty five three two I and I had that installed in nineteen sixty four and it didn't get cut off to ten years ago when my mother caused away so I'm glad that we do remember those of us but Carol you off given even because he has I think I actually do remember one of my boyfriend's numbers of that. I had a couple of years but other than that nine three seven one before day going in there in the mind obey you listeners. You've got three four numbers day that you can try. They demand Internet Carol Jaydee. Send love to them as well goes another fantastic episode of Babes Life podcast the Rep thank you so much for joining us is way we really look forward to our next hub cost again this time next week lots of different new topics to discuss and by the way if you're listening into this podcast right now and you have some topics that you'd like <hes> the Bouma Babes to chat about justice put those topics in the comments comments section underneath the podcast using to now or send us an email to info at in the Babes Life Dot Com dot Agu. Don't forget you can also subscribe to have podcasts on Youtube. You can get all the links on our website at boobs life dot Com..
"bouma" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"bouma" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"I mean who would have thought that a viral tweet could really Bouma business before it's the funniest thing. Doughnuts is what it's called literally his dad's faces so sad in the Victor. And it's hilarious because he's like my dad said no one's coming to his Donut shop, and then all of these people show up, and I bet it's Deva's like you did it so like up so glad I sent you to college to study social media. I don't think he said social media, but way to go, son. I mean way it'd be a tweet master what's crazy is when Billy I made the post Billy's pose Vilis donuts. He reportedly had seventy-one followers on Instagram. Now. I'm sure it's since this article he has over fifty nine thousand, but I left that his dad named it after his son's name is what it seems to me at least. Don't come on, by the way. This was so inspiring to me that I told his brother who's in town, and we're going to get donuts right now. And we got donuts. Sh- where did you go? There's a place called Colorado donuts in eagle rock, and I ran over there. Dude. They have oh my God. They had everything literally they'd like reece's Phil donuts. And I was like good. I mean, it was it was too much. But it was also still one of the fanciest donuts that I've had today, and it's not even that fancy. It's a maple bar with a strip of bacon. I'll just say come on living in LA for the past six years. I'll say I've tried several Donut shops that are so creative and fun. And all that. But those ones are never as good as just those little mom and pop shops with the little collages. Oh, I used to love collages in high school. You know, what he said after after everyone came and basically went to the Donut shop he said just want to update y'all we completely sold out of donuts and collages. Y'all are amazing. I can't thank everyone enough. And it's funny as he posted a photo next his dad and his dad has the biggest smile on his face. Now. I love that good story. Billy, Billy the data at least. As the sun. But he his dad named it after him Billy's donuts. Probably he came through if you're in Missouri city, Texas, that's where it is outside of Houston. Go by Billy's donuts and tell them the good life sentence. All right. You guys coming up next fam-? We are going into the good life Email volts answer, some of your tough questions. It's our mission y'all to answer as many of these questions as we can. And we wanted to dedicate today's show to all of you fam-. So stick around it's about to get good. Wherever you go. However, you go for energy on the go. It's got to be five hour energy it works fast. It works long. It tastes good and was hero sugar and four calories. There's nothing holding you back fits your pocket fits your backpack. Fits your on the go life. Whether you're going to work going on vacation or just going out with friends five hour energy energy on the go. For more information. Visit five hour energy dot com. Alexa, isn't the only one with breaking news..
"bouma" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"bouma" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"bouma" Discussed on NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast
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"bouma" Discussed on The Tech Guy
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Max Hastings reflects on the Vietnam War
"This segment with a quote from US captain wolves Bouma saying how confident he was that the US intervention in Vietnam, you know, represented a great, moral and strategic cools. Let's conclude with the last two sentences in your book max which happens to be another quote from captain wolf Bouma quote. It bothers me that we didn't learn a lot from the Cam if we had. Had we would not have invaded Iraq. Maxine. What Walt said I got him to read the manuscript in my book. I was John get some veterans to go through stuff to see when he saw that. He said, I've got he said that's going to get me into a lot of trouble saying that with my neo-con friends because he lives in very Republican circles these days, and then because he's a very good and honorable man. He said, no, he said, I'm I said that I believe that. So let it stand. And that's why I respect him and on this liking what one never Lou side. The fact that was outstanding Americans and Australians in Vietnam up alongside. Yeah. Some people who screwed up and some people didn't do so good and certainly won't boom sold professional whom admire enormously because he always did strive to learn the lessons the most important lesson. He said to me he said, the listen, I came back from Vietnam was tell the truth will on that. Now, George will the prominent Washington Post columnist. He says is about your book. Sometimes contrary to Mark's history repeats itself, I is tragedy. Then not as fos, but is tragedy again. Max, it's been a pleasure. Having on the program. Thank you, so much pleasure to talk to you all of our best. That's Max Hastings. He's the author of Vietnam and epic tragedy. Nineteen forty five to seventy five as from HarperCollins.
Max Hastings reflects on the Vietnam War
"With Maxine Evatt, his new book, Vietnam, he's the author of other groundbreaking books, including all hell, let loose catastrophe and the secret war quick Thanh out here and look at some of these grouping stories, you tell max the North Vietnamese civilian diet of stewed rat, the US captain who read the the US, captain who reads Conrad and haughty during of action patrols the experienced US soldiers who rarely wore underpants because of the humidity treasure trove of these anecdotes might what are you? You're very kind to say so, but I suddenly realized when I started out writing books about wars. I thought I was writing books about soldiers about which division went which way. But in the Colson Micra, I'm not only I but a whole generation of historians. I think we've all realized the. Woman doing as much social history as as military history whenever I'm going through my manuscripts. I cut out as many as I count the divisional names and numbers and all the rest of it, and the and I concentrate on the human stories because that's what people are most fascinated by. And I must fascinated by them. And I still I'm getting older maybe seventy and I thought when I started out on this book called I'm getting bit L to be traveling around the world doing these interviews creeping around the middle of night, South Carolina, staying Moto. But actually the stories these people tell I mean, I live in England in a middle class bubble when you find yourself with an infantryman amount. I liked you normally American who came from coal mining community and Appalachia and he was talking about his childhood. And he said where I grew up in the tomor. I grew up he said every Saturday night was the same. He said all the men got drunk and beat up their wives and said that included my mother, and this is a well outside my. Mine my experience thank God. But I'm absolutely fascinated. Whether one's doing the Chinese or Russians these stories that won't really fast. Well, he's an Australian story for you. You talk about the volunteer of the antiwar passions that rose in a crescendo in this country, Australia, and you say after one infantry man was killed protests. Telephoned he's parents and said he got what he deserved. It's George opping stuff max. Yeah. It's it's incredible. To remember. Now, just how bitter things got. I'm always being told. I think the nuances things that Australia. I think things were very bad in Sydney, Melbourne. The antiwar fever was, but I think in small communities the country as in the United States that things never got that nasty, but they on believably nasty. I mean there was another episode, but I came across one of the Australian Royal Australian regiment battalion records the battalion marching through the streets of I think it was Melvin and a protest dope dissolve in red paint. And then went through a cellphone the on the Connell leading the. Raid and just get as much red paint every machine cut and then overly soldiers, and these guys who'd come back from on they nationally as professional soldiers. I've said in the book, Australia and New Zealand does showed themselves. I think probably the finest western infantryman invent, and I will Bush rather than helmets by the way on the unday. Well, actually, if the Americans been smart later on the same in, but be may the fact is professional soldiers. They done what they were sent to do. And they don't very well. And it was extraordinarily that the antiwar movement in Australia as in America. I'm in America. You have people spitting on the streets on on soldiers. American navy captain was telling me that when he was Johnson back from Vietnam to Washington. He never went through the streets of Washington is uniform because he was lobby to be insulted things. Got that bad in the late sixty day. Okay. Well, we started this segment with. Quite from US, captain wolves Buna saying how confident he was that the US intervention in Vietnam, you know, represented a great, moral and strategic cools. Let's conclude with the last two sentences in your book max which happens to be another quote from captain wolf Bouma. Quite a bothers me that we didn't learn a lot from Vietnam. If we had we would not have invaded Iraq, Max Hastings. We'll Walt said I got him to read the manuscript in my book. I was John get some veterans to go through stuff to see when he saw that. He said, I've got he said that's going to get me into a lot of trouble saying that with my neo-con friends because he lives in very Republican circles these days, and then because he's a very good and honorable man. He said, no, he said, I'm I said that I believe that. So let it stand. And that's why I respect him and others like. Him. What one almost never lose sight of the fact that the west amount standing Americans and Australians in Vietnam alongside. Yeah. Some people who screwed up on some people didn't do so good and certainly won't boom sold professional whom admire enormously because he always did strive to learn the lessons the most important lesson. He said to me he said the lesson. I came back from Vietnam was tell the truth well on that. Now, George will the prominent Washington Post columnist. He says this about your book sometimes contrary to Mark's history repeats itself, I is tragedy then not as fast, but his tragedy again. Max, it's been a pleasure. Having on the program. Thank you, so much pleasure to talk to you all of our best. That's Max Hastings, easy, author of Vietnam and epic tragedy. Nineteen forty five to seventy five as from hopper colons.
Next Radio on now; and music licences for podcasts
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Houston, Boston and Celtics discussed on Pro Football Talk Live M
"The end of the day we keep saying a game in a game out it's just a matter of who does what they do better in other teams the houston they go for game five tomorrow cleveland boston tonight game five and a east that series also titled to the celtics nine zero at home this postseason game seven in the nhl tonight it's washington at tampa bay the capitals are four and eleven in their history in game seven alex ovechkin calls tonight the biggest game of his wife homerun hitters hitting home runs last night mukhi bench three one shot is major league leading sixteenth red sox won four two at tampa bay and the yankees lost despite hitting three more homers as hit seventeen the last four games red sox move half game ahead in the al as fifteenth run for bryce harper in washington with a run of the bottom of the ninth up san diego through the one and atlanta's twenty one year old rookie phenol mazi albee's with his fourteenth home run braves one three one at philadelphia bouma office is the most reliable simplest to use an easiest install business phone.
Liverpool face Manchester City in UCL quarterfinals
"The clean mixed this lunchtime meanwhile manchester city and liverpool will find out the champions league quarterfinal opponents this morning it's an open draw to the premier league rivals could end up facing each other severe eventers and barcelona who knocked manchester united tottenham and chelsea respectively but in the port joined by holders real madrid by munich and bouma will be without their boss neil lennon on the touchline tried to move into the scottish premiership's top three tonight's game out in johnston is the first of three match talk laying bond but his behavior at komo last month that's the latest on callum nicely all right to rally in asian stocks has petered out in the yen is climbing as investors consider the locations of continuing personnel turmoil in the trump administration let's turn to our guest this hour vishneva rothen head of economics and strategy at mizzou ho bank he joins us now live down the line from singapore vishnu greater have you on the show so we're getting headlines out of the white house on almost daily basis at this stage on a daily basis almost hourly i should say investors usually billet as political noise but it's noise that has post markets around this week pointed out his news that's hot to ignore though it does have a tendency from one one side of the equation to another increasingly what we're looking for are signs that the trade protectionism could entrench itself and become more targeted at china perhaps as getting ministration fine coons its policies interesting interestingly for us i think they some consolation in in in cutler's appointment insofar that he doesn't fever brought peace treat terrorists or sanctions but we want to see exactly how that tempus the overall hockey trait bent the newly shaping up administration appears to have so that's for us i think at the forefront interestingly what close the issue is to see if you know us aligning together with the nato partners on on russia dust then die you it's abrasiveness on trade talks focused on geopolitical issues so these these are the things we are watching an in of course on the sideline also watching how the meeting with north korea go so there's a lot of geopolitics that's flouting the economics of it and we're not sure it's easy to.