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"casale" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

07:35 min | 11 months ago

"casale" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

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"casale" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"casale" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"It out. We have this Deal going on right now. Seventy nine dollars a year to be part of our library are private club are little sandbox. We have it's online and in a lot of people you know. They really enjoy it once they get there so remember you can. It's ten dollars a month or seventy dollars. A year it goes on through august and of course There's also the friends and family where you can along with three other people of be a part of it for one hundred thirty nine dollars a year. So that's a pretty good deal. Good aftermath dot media for more information. That's aftermath dot media. A few weeks ago. I was turned onto a new song that was performed by gerald casale of the ban. Devaux sauce call. I'm going to pay you back. And it's thong as actually part of an extended almonte side project he has called j. jerry evildoers and the video was co directed by kasali and fourth. I've been a big fan of davy force for a long time. He's easing animator. That has a lot of strange things. We've used a lot of Drops from davy force and also. There's some Artwork that was from a guy from portland actually seems tomo seventy seven. Who provides the artwork for the new album that Gerald is doing and the cd covers and many of you know i'm a i'm a big fan of devo. I've been a big fan for a long time and I was reading about how they were going to have a fall tour soon. And i'm hopeful. They come by portland and did nothing gets in the way their performance because it seems a lot of bands with a lot of good intentions are planning on touring that i wanna see and Yeah i've i've really. I decided i want to see a lot of concerts. In my life. I we saw few before pandemic hit. We saw yellow. We saw rob zombie marilyn manson Few others and I really see devaux again. Last time i saw diva was with my wife. Janine it was when we were wearing blue. Energy don't hats instead of the redwoods. It was kind of bizarre that he changed the colors but You know as. I say. I think Those who are fans of devaux or know about devaux. They enjoy it because they know what devaux is they know what it stands for. The you know what it means. They know They know that it's art more so than music and Sometimes it's there's a joke involved it's irony and some people aren't in the joke so they don't understand it but now the joke has taken on a whole new meaning as we are watching the world around us deteriorate The law in my opinion was just another way of explaining how the world would end in entropy. Thermodynamics is one of the most fundamental theories of physics so evident in our everyday world that great minds like albert einstein and boris pavlovich and arthur eddington. They thought as a certainty and not a possibility at its simplest. Thermodynamics is the study other relationship of all forms of energy in the universe and connects everything from the smallest swimming microbes to large structures known to man. And they're so big exists somewhere out there amidst the black backdrop of dark space is the first law of thermodynamics. It says that isolated systems have a they have a finite set amount of energy and energy within the system can never be created nor destroyed. He can only change format in this case. The isolated system is our universe. An energy within our universe can never appear or disappear its own accordance. Data can only be transferred into different states. However it's the second law thermodynamics which describes the nature of entropy the eventual unraveling of everything. It's the apocalypse entropy The revelation the the unraveling the revealing pretty much. I mean it's often seen as chaos and we all know. The universe tends towards chaos. It's the truth about de evolution. So the answer has been yes. We are devo we. We are evolving. Or we devolve or its entropy actually reverse evolution. Many of us over the years have fallen for headlines and click bait proclaiming foreknowledge of events saying well this is going to happen. That's going to happen kind of like the end of the world stuff and You know a lot of people make predictions about sports. They they pretty stock market Sometimes cryptocurrencies. They predict the outcomes of crypto currencies but in reality educated guesses are made. And i guess outcomes cannot be foreseen but therefore they're far more things to think about though as we're constantly teetering on the edge of oblivion. I recently have been using the term. You know doom scrolling. Because i i get up in the morning. And i and i look at my. My phone is true. What we say on our show say that the phone is the first thing you see when you get up in the last thing you see when you go to bed i. It's it's that way for me. Because when i wake up the first thing i see is the headlines. First thing i see is my email. Did i sit there for a good half hour. The edge of the bed you know look at my phone. I put it down. I go downstairs and get a cup of coffee. I get my computer okay. I have to start writing something. So that's my that's kind of a routine. I just see a blue screen in my face all time doom scrolling doomsday scaring looking at all. The horrible things like people dying in afghanistan. and all this seems like that's all it is but see the idea of doomsday has been around for hundreds if not thousands of years in a lot. People are sparked into thinking about doom and gloom by charismatic leaders is suing divine proclamations. And i mean looking back to the mayan apocalypse. Back in two thousand twelve. It just seemed to because one or two series about the mayan apocalypse kind of took on a personality all by themselves and when we made the doomsday theory. Different was that no one religion or cult was pushing it. That's why people were falling into this idea. Well this is something. That isn't a religious thing. This is something that is not a scientific thing this is something was written by an ancient civilization that focus their attention on the stars the ancient mayan civilization that rose flourished and then it fell. They fell to their own demise to environmental factors some scientists say. Put them well on the road to de-evolution specifically the changes to one's area the water table food. How they got food how they drank water. How they got the water how they clean the water. All of this was part of the decline of the mayans and this should be a warning to all of us about not being prepared not having clean water not having clean food or good food not having food i mean this is the thing that scientists say that one of the biggest falls civilizations civilization fell is because they weren't prepared for environmental shift. They weren't prepared for. They weren't prepared for entropy they weren't prepared for de-evolution they weren't prepared for that moment where everything goes in reverse where everything unravels..

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"casale" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"casale" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"And i think it's new difference Outside of that department and other departments where you just have to have more communication And it's i think you can do that. You know for every company for every size but especially the larger. The company sizes are the more vital. It is that each department opens up that dialog and communication. I hear you in that case if there was a deprivation colleague hitting this podcast watching this podcast. What would be your advice saying. What should they do to make it more equitable more as as defined the problem rather than try to get into the solution defined the common of diversed. We have to get to you. Have any intention to be compliant but you also want to each the business of the gland as well so compliance as well as plan totally. Do we find the balance of what would you tell them. Especially the data protection league so that there's more understanding more collaboration. That's a great question. So i think i look at it through the lens of you know the running joke with lawyers. If you wanna know what not to do ask a lawyer. I think a lot of people that are in the privacy field tend to come at it from the. These are the things that you can't do. And i would say just reframe that right. Tell me what i can do. So that when i come in and i'm trying to solve a problem your perspective is more. How can i solve that rather than well. You can't do that. And here's why right. Help me get to that in solution. Okay so if. I may summarize you're saying don't tell me i can't do this. Tell me what other things i can do. And i will find a solution within that. Yes and hopefully. It's a collaboration where you're working together to find the best solution. Toss in your view. No i- hundred percent. I very much like that. I think the marketing world when you rely on creating content when developing strategies. You really have to go through the guidelines of what google says you know for the most part follow that. I think this is a little bit the opposite cadillac. Google does tell you pretty pretty straightforward. Here's what not to do. They tell you a little bit broader scale of what to do provide better customer experience. Oh okay you know but when they get down to the details like they get very specific they get specific when it comes to the area of. Don't do this more often than they tell you what to do specifically so i think it kind of goes along with that in to what chris says you know you just you have to ask and you have to kind of open up the communication and get a better understanding and i think it's important for all of us is ask more questions of each other to to better understand understanding. I'm finding the common ground. Is the of any discussion whether it's with marketing. Or whether it's with Privacy dozens of time. If i ask you for one final message.

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"casale" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"He's not the originator of a lot of this but he is the loudest and he's not wrong he's absolutely right and he's reached a whole new audience With his voice. And i think it's fantastic and you're seeing on a global level. The world's really has listens and adapted marketing strategies based on a lot of things that he says and he's a hundred percent right and there are thousands in thousands of markers who follow that you what he says in her having a lot of success and you just you gotta earn it. I think that's the big thing everybody wants to easy way out. They once You know the magic pill whether you're to lose weight or you know some sort of silver bullet and in with marketing like weight loss. There isn't necessarily one you do have to put the work in for you. Just can't buy your way out of it necessarily but when you do you also get great success and he can do all that in abide by these privacy laws that seeing you know across the world so in x marketing as well as privacy if somebody starting up the business and they want to establish a list off. Get to their blinds. What do you tell them. Because some people feel like stock like This privacy. I gotta do anything on them. Start a business. There are people like that. Who staying on the fence and not getting into the water. So what do you tell them. If somebody is just setting business how do they create a list. The best advice that we give people is content. Marketing content is king create a bunch of content and give it away and what i mean by. That is the typically. We always like to start off with a blog. But if you're the type of person that you're like. I don't like to write content. I'd rather create videos. I'd rather do what we're doing here and create a podcast right. Those are all different forms of content. Take the time to do it. And put the content out there right because over time. You're building up a following. Your people are hopefully in checking out the content that you're producing because it's valuable to them and then ryan mentioned a lead magnet. Give away ten twenty thirty articles that are useful in the industry and then have a form on them. That says if you'd like the more indepth white paper or guide or e book or whatever it is fill out this form. And i'll go ahead and email it to you right so now you're trading something of value. You're giving them more content that sort of behind the scenes that's going to be value to them all you're asking for it for that. Content is their email address..

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"casale" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"Building up your email subscriber list letting them opt in to what you are offering so that you have a direct line of communication with them. That's where we sort of see things shifting. And i'll just say everything that chris said it just just know it one hundred percent and just to add onto it you have. You can't rely on everything that google and facebook does. that's what a lot of marketers especially new ones. You get into that habits in really you need to start to market again. Go back ten years go back. Fifteen years in actually made a full circle because there's a saying in the marketing world of the money is in the list going to at chris and that list is that email address list. Because you own that to a certain degree and you can use it through email marketing but also you still have the ability to upload email lists until let's say a facebook into google and target those people at least for for now you can until they make another change but you can't but you still own that email list so there's nothing wrong with email marketing it is still highly effective like anything if dun-rite and if not abused the other thing that's going to go back to from a marketing world not relying on third party cookies and not relying on this data That is controlled by facebook and google. It goes back to search engine optimization. Seo is very alive and you can still bring high quality traffic to your website and you can get high quality conversions through seo now. It's a little bit harder. And it's a much busier landscape than it was. But you can still do it with Consistency and your content. So so there are ways around it. There's that debt still will work In it's kind of funny that you almost have to go revert back to about ten years ago and how marketing was done because it never actually went away just new shiny objects came up on the radar screen but it still works so i just want to add that on to an ways that you can still get your message and market out there Around sort of the the cookie issue that we're talking about for shop and you talked about the mail lists and that's also a topic that comes up often saint denied by a marketing list guy by an email list and i heard that it was possible. It used to happen a lot before two thousand eighteen and it's has kind of almost stopped on the due to a significant effect. Is that the case. Didn't happen like that and does it happen like this now..

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"casale" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"casale" Discussed on PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016

PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on PRESENTE: TIJUANA ROCK AND ROLL 1980-2016

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"casale" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"casale" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

"Rings that were bridal store because bridles fine. It's nice and it's really really meaningful. So what i did was. I called christine from the cultural group and we had a relationship from saint. John's i used to run the student union and she used to ma- be my liaison between the school in them so i called her and actually asked her if she'd be interested in doing something like this. You know big run and big race for rain and stuff and she was in so we We got a bunch of bridal vendors together throughout the years it evolved more and more into being something that people remembered people recognize casale race for the ring. Not only did we give away a big engagement ring to one lucky couple but you know we ran our comedy night in between it every year that netted over one hundred fifty thousand dollars over the past nine years to local charities on the island allowed for the couple to get together bring their friends and family. That friends and family met before the big race because someone's proposing at the end of race. That's what the that's what the race was. So you know some people actually ask for the head and marriage before right so comedy night and the meetings had a lot of fun with it a lot to ask but at the same time you know. We raise a lot of money for charity. Which is something. I always kind of try to do is think about community and everything that we do as far as promotions go so the race for the ring was that it was something that drove the community to see that with doing something fun. Give me money to charity and you know giving somebody engaging you know and and having us show that special moment with them so it was pretty cool very very cool so you be in a similar in in my business at least on the residential side you do get to share Some really intimate moments with your clients and your customers right..

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"casale" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"casale" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Casale Lodo slow. got a celebrate amend the way to we've been Vases. Just. Just tease me. You. What is? Let me demonstrate. Duck duck duck, duck. The. Tech. Don't pay. Mega Yuccas beg that break. I was born in the donkey. Devil. doc you today for monday june twenty fourth goes to fifty nine year old man named ronald eugene griffin listen mid to illnesses a real thing all right some of us have the luxury of healing and dealing with our mental health issues some of us don't i deal with anxiety depression p._t._s._d. but i think god that all i need is some therapy cajun c._b._d. breathing exercises and i can pretty much handle everything else but there's those amongst us who actually need a lot more than all those things all right some people need to be medicated because their reality is simply not all reality and ronald griffin is indeed living in his own reality now it's possible that there is multi versus as well sometimes people come and visit us from other universes meaning that we are on this earth but it's another earth just like it all right in marvel comic books this earth that we know of that we live on that i am currently broadcasting from it's called earth six one six but you have earth ninety two earth nine oh two one nine hundred one four four eight A few different. Charlemagne. Exactly. i was wondering what beck hell i'm talking about well i'm just trying to rationalize what ronald griffin deed this mental illness or he's from another universe and in the universe he's from holly berries house if his house i repeat in the universe ronald griffin is from holly berries houses his house and that's what the hell are you talking about t._m._z. back in january ronald showed up at holly berries house and was messing with two locks howley's gardner pulled up used to be a gardener didn't gardner met clue i was not a garden the garden of pulled up in asked him what the hell he was doing so ronald bounced right couple months later in march ronald came back but this time he came back with a lot smith and said he was the owner of highly berries house and head the deed to prove it not only the large enough to change one of the locks he got the title of the residents changed but when he was confronted by employees who worked at the house ronald called the police and reported the employee's as trespassers i had no idea you could change the title of residencies that's not joe's also had no idea you could change the of house that's not yours wouldn't it be who've locksmiths to do background checks because lacks whether you know it or not if you are changing the locks crib that doesn't belong to the person who hired you then you are sitting in breaking and entering now back to what i was saying about mental illness autumn marvel motives it has to be one of the two in this situation because i don't think ronald was actually trying to commit a crime i just think he truly believed whatever b._s. was going on and his brain the mind is a weird place in the needs just as much maintenance as every other aspect of our human existence for sadly some people like ronald never get the help they deserve now ronald is in jail his bodice thirty six thousand dollars but he doesn't know he's in jail he actually thinks that the b._t. awards have any great right please give ronald eugene griffin this week of the hamiltons Joe?.

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"casale" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

Sports Gambling Podcast

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"casale" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

"I'm able to separate myself and take the emotion out of everything. But if you tell me the raptors evening, a win the series, let alone be leading. It's, it's insane. It's so hard to believe. But obviously we're forced in the sense that there been so many key injuries to the warriors, but I'm not gonna take anything away from the raptors putting up a hundred twenty points. I mean obviously offensively were clicking so we got that going for us. It's like five years of regression happening in, in like a month. Well, and that was that was the interesting thing with the raptors the reason why I just didn't think they were going to go this far is that it seemed like they had trouble figuring out a second score. Behind co. I like it was just like who else is going to carry the scoring load and now it's an abundance of riches. It's like who isn't gonna score vanfleet Lowery just Casale and chats. Like everyone is going off and especially on the road. Normally I mean you know game two they struggled the kind of the side, auxiliary players struggled to put a points to help coli and but then you go on the road. Normally your bench and your supporting cast struggle on the road. But they seem to excel, what do you think is really? I mean it's obvious. Like you said, they're clicking. What do you think is causing that? I think it's just the players hitting the shots. They need to. I mean Kyle Lowry is just so important to us just let alone being a point guard is orchestrating the offense he so important. And when he has a little bit of confidence he shooting the ball. Well, they're just such a hard team to beat. And I loved all the pickups, we had, I loved getting Danny green. Obviously loved getting Mark assault. I just think that, you know, with our team just I mean, I'm just as shocked Xeni one is I'm not at a very, very hard series against the seventy Sixers in the first round in the night. And think we get by the bucks and here we are in. I mean yeah. Just getting the production, we have I mean, our benches been pretty consistent all year. So I figured I'd bench would do pretty well, scoring wise. But just the production we've been getting offense. Yeah. Co I won't we can have choline, Kat drop forty points and still win a game. I mean it's looking good for us, obviously never rooting for an injury. But let's keep Kevin Durant on the sidelines. Long as humanly possible on, I think we now know he's not coming back for sure. And I gotta be honest. So you watch this raptors team play. If you were just take replace the jerseys with Spurs jerseys. It would make sense and they're definitely playing team. And Sean, like we were downing earlier in the play offs. I told you my man Nick nurse would get it done because he, he, he got he got his experience, down there in the Rio Grande valley vipers in the NBA D league coach of the two time champion and coach of the year, Sean hair yourself. I you know, I'm actually really enjoying this. I had money on the warriors in game three and I was truly mad at myself because I enjoy rooting against this warriors team now. It's, it's the he'll, I'm so torn because I normally love hating on the warriors, but that the raptors knocked out my seventy Sixers, and then cold and state loss. Kevin durant. Suddenly, they become like a normal t. Team now and not a super team. And then they lose clay, and all of a sudden they're this scrappy underdog. Again, the team that was fun to root for in two thousand fifteen so I keep calling back and forth. And yeah it's, it's just it's, it's kind of it's been an exciting series. The more goes on the more feels like it's gonna go seven or clay is coming back for game four Kevin Durant is out. So if the raptors win game four I mean that's pretty much a rap. But ensuring let's talk about the series price real quick. Yes. Now, like one of the first times we all season where the warriors are a dog to win the NBA. It's crazy than that, right? Like imagine a world where the raptors were a three to one hundred dollars if you if you parlayed it with win win game one like I did..

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"casale" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"casale" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Pre co LeBron was in the Eastern Conference days, and that they're getting all grown up, and that they let everybody who watched Milwaukee dismantle, so many teams and come close to winning game three obviously the game going deep into the night and gained three. And so now here they come about and tie, the series up at two games apiece. Their bench. Demolished milwaukee's. Let me get that exact number for you right there. The outscored them forty eight twenty three I mean that's serious. I tell you when by eighteen points in the playoffs. That's how you deliver Milwaukee loss that they've been delivered to so many teams on the way to getting to a game five. I honestly thought game five was going to be decisive in Milwaukee now it's pivotal as you know, there's only two types of game fives, they're either decisive. When someone up three one wins it and somebody else's a back against the wall where it's pivotal. You can go either way, pivot. It's like the old swing man. Can go either way right now. And Fred vanfleet best name in the NBA since Nick Van Exel. I think. He had a great game. Also. He went five six from fee from the field three of three from three point range. He did you see what he credited his game to. It's the birth of his son on Monday. Here's the issue can't use that for game five Ned lesson. You know. There's more you know, by biologically interesting things going in the vanfleet household, I don't know. So I don't know how repeatable it is. Only the other way to look at it as the warriors just took one step closer to winning it all. Because now these two teams I mean they've gotta love that, but we said they saw last night. They gotta love the fact that it's now best to three to win the Eastern Conference finals really impressed that the raptors leaky. And again, they did not do any of this for, I guess forever. Right. It was always dominate until they wilt in front of LeBron. Pretty much. The bronze been their personal issue for the last decade. Weather in Miami were in Cleveland. Now n lower no showing and Lowry. No showing I, but that was part of the wilting in front of the rain. Casale Norman Powell, by the way, who sounds more like a, a member of the Gerald Ford administration than somebody who's going to go out and ball out like he did last night. Gerald. Norman Powell, I think was the HUD secretary in the Ford administration. See part of the Watergate break-in different stuff. So, hey, we're now tied at two games apiece. And like I said, the warriors can sit back and say go beat you beat each other up play a game seven play a game seven that would go down on Memorial Day. And then we'll see you. We'll see you in your house whoever wins on Memorial Day on the thirtieth three days later, you know. And so we'll see how goes, do you think it's going seven? Now. Why not? Why not? And that's exactly what the warriors want. They want somebody that's gonna come out and and be three games removed from their last game of a seven game..

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"casale" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"casale" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This season that they've lost back to back games. Also did it March against the jazz in the sons the guys who called the game here on ESPN radio marquess assure and he'll be Brown brand new series. Best to three remaining game. Four goes to Toronto. And something I guess nobody could have predicted for Nick nurse his bench. Hugh became through big time in game four. When you look at it, they scored forty eight points. The outscored Milwaukee forty eight to twenty in bench points, but the key of the three key guys Baca pal vanfleet there were eighteen thirty six they shot fifty percent. Then they made seven threes. And then he bucket gets thirteen rebounds. So when you look at what the bench did, yes. Okay, but then also the first group did a good job. They back it up. Six guys in double figures. That is fantastic. Plus the fact that they played the walkie even in the paint, even in second chance points, where they were getting mauled in the first three games, so you have to give them not only the bench, but then the defense, then I like what Nikkan urged it when he played small and that was move Leonard to power forward. Either Casale DACA at the center position Powell at small floor and then go within the fleet and lower in the back court, you only reason way you could do that is because vanfleet came out of nowhere with thirteen points and shot made the three ball. So you just happy for the coaching staff, making the right moves in buying. Time. And then I can't get enough about he Bach, okay? Grabbing for three. What where is this guy? He's not even planes. Twenty minutes. He delivered in twenty four minutes, very productive seventeen points, thirteen rebounds. You brought up Leonard. They only had to play him for thirty four. We say, only because he's been playing about forty minutes in ninety player fifty two he's obviously less than one hundred percent. Another forty eight hours to heal as we move ahead to game five can Toronto bring this same kind of intensity, especially defensively, Janas, who got his numbers with twenty five and ten but wasn't as effective? We've seen him normally. Well, look Toronto has a great chance. Because in fact there are good road team. Now we said they could have won game one only down. I mean, they're up to three thirty to go. They go for a and unfortunately they lose. But I just want to say this about Milwaukee once again. They shoot a poor three point percents, down shoot thirty one percents. Yeah but yeah, they made eleven but they didn't get forty four shots off. Like they have been thirty five. You say, well, why bring in that up because the defense closed them out and didn't allow them, the open looks that they were accustomed to that was that. And then how 'bout only seven second chance opportunities. So you know we try to keep bringing it out in the second half because it was one out one out, one out. They were not mauling them and getting second chance opportunities and Toronto could do nothing about it with four little guys out on the floor Leonard at six little, they are in this series. And the did not provide a lift for Mike boot holding flex tonight or sunny, Lee silver three for five, but Malcolm Brogdon two for eleven George hill only got a couple of shots. And we are all tied at two. The home team has won every game of the first four title. A two game five headed to Milwaukee, Thursday night, seven thirty eastern here on ESPN radio. Final scoring.

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"casale" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"casale" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Show WCBS Dr Dan here with us. And we're we're lucky to have a twenty four year old young man here with us because it's a different perspective. And Jack, I appreciate you're willing to to be open and honest with us because of course, so let's let's talk about it from your perspective. So view acknowledged him the struggles that you have these expectations. Maybe your parents ever, you friends ever you family and you have for yourself. How do you deal with this struggles to be honest with us? I mean, what are you? What do you do when things aren't going your way, or or you know, it didn't work out that way it was playing? What do you do with those things? I think I have obviously cycled through all of this sort of sob cystic ways that we deal with these sort of things in turn and Casale. Sticks. But. Over time now sort of coming out of a darker place. I've started using fitness the gym that's talking about that is one. Yeah. That's what interpersonal relationships are probably the most important thing. I in my opinion. So talker. What does that mean interpersonal relationships show different changes in yourself from how you were when you were sixteen or eighteen and how you are now on how you deal with personal relationships could question absolutely and say, it's obviously two very different beasts in terms of your friends, and sort of love relationships and the hard thing, I guess going forward in life with serve romantic relationships is not kind of retain the negativity in baggage the experienced from sort of earlier. Well, that's why when you look at. Let's talk about that. You look at the divorce rate's fifty percent second. Marriages sixty five percent third. Marriages seventy three percent. Yup. Gets worse. And I think Jack to your point. I think Dan, unless we stop, and we say I've been single now for nine years unless we stop and say, what am I doing wrong? Yeah. This is tough conversation with yourself. It's very tough, right? Especially something wrong. A lot of people will never accused himself appoint fingers. Right. Right. Yeah. Had done this or that or whatever. Always the fault that does the sixty four. Yeah. Yeah. You got the second time around because they don't learn from there. They don't learn also sit on a ways we are sending their ways. Right. And so on the older, we get the the less compromising. Maybe we are. I know I I absolutely agree with you. Some of my favorite words are uncertainty, please. And thank you. And you're right. And you're right. Yeah. You're married. You gotta. Wife. Does the best solution? Self-deprecation vulnerability humility. Yes, I think this powerful. I like, I hope I really do hope and I pride myself on. And I think I'm open to it at Lisa is is is to be open to be transparent and to be humble. And to say, you know, but again, you know, how did it make you feel? I'm sorry. If I heard you feelings or really my books on communication, you guys know that the most important person, we communicate with ourselves. That's essentially what we're saying here, and Jack I appreciate your maturity because there's a twenty four year old generation. It really is an my issue with and I'll say because I'm a father, you know, with millennials our generation, whatever they are is case. Technology. Now, what did he mean by that tax? What do they mean by that Email and all those things it's changed? And I think I gotta take us exchange for the worse. And I'm not dating myself. I'm only I agree with you. Yeah. Especially for like if we're now around the subject of relationships, especially texting and are very difficult. It becomes very possessive sort of nature of relations tone on the text. There's.

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"casale" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"casale" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"I'm your host pressed impatient as usual McCartney by my co host broder sim. And like we said in the introduction. We're here with Jonathan Tepper, so Jonathan how are you doing? All right. Thanks. Thank you so much for having me on your podcast. Well, we're just thrilled to have you here Jonathan so you're an expert in bear markets. And with all the talk in the current economy about a potential bear market. We're really excited to talk with you today about some of your insights. So my first question that I have for you is about some of the research that you've been recently conducting that stigma I have been reading through in in your research. You talk about various factors that typically indicate the start of a bear market three indicators. Specifically are a peak in mergers and acquisitions share buybacks an IPO talk to us a little bit about this research. One of the things that we've done over time is right. What we call our understanding series, or or you can think of them as white papers. And these are really to try to describe for example, recessions or bear markets or emerging market crises. And so what we try to do is to go away and study what happens in all. These different episodes and try to understand what's happening from a fundamental economic standpoint. What's happening for me technical market standpoint was happening from a corporate standpoint in market cycles, generally stock prices lead CEO's CFO's to behave differently. So in a downturn. When stocks are cheapest, you'd think that CEO's would be very interested in buying back their own shares, and that would be the smart thing to do. And certainly some very smart CEO's do that and buffet his recommended in the past, you know, people like singleton from Teledyne. So there are people who have executed by Baxter awfully. But would generally happens is that when price stock prices go up a lot emanate goes up people use their their stock is currency CEO's become confident by back their stock when stock prices start going down the do the opposite. And so this corporate activity in essentially equity markets tends to be very pro-cyclical and very reflexive. So higher stock prices lead to higher buybacks, even if they're misallocation of capital. What's very interesting is that normally these capital market activities are very high and then rollover near peaks. So you would have seen that instead of eighty nine ninety ninety nine two thousand two thousand seven two thousand eight and what we've seen is a huge surge. And all of these buybacks at remain very strong apparently driven by the tax changes that we saw over a year ago. Very interesting. So we talked about emerge psychosis show by back and whatnot. And there are many different indicators that might have a correlation. But I would really like to talk about the difference between correlation and Casella because it's two different concepts. I think very interesting for investors to get to know, perhaps if you could explain the difference between correlation and Casale and then talk about what has the highest impact or Casale Di to a bam. Ajit if you look at some of those indicators coalition causation or two totally separate things as GDP growth happens. For example, you end up with more. Treats, generally and more street lights right now neighborhoods gross in each grow. But an increasing number of street lights in the city doesn't lead to higher GDP. There are certain things that you could correlate very well and one doesn't cause the other right? It's it's the opposite. In fact, higher growth ten till you the streetlights not the other way around. And so you certainly find this with stock markets. And so, you know, just because you see something moving the same direction doesn't mean it causes that what we try to do is to find leading economic indicators or things that do cause economic growth or markets to turn up or down. We know where there is a lead. Meaning that gives us the investor or policymaker three six twelve or even longer in fifteen months to see what's coming. And so one of the reasons why we had been very cautious and negative was that a lot of the leading indicators that we had concerning global liquidity had turned down..

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"casale" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"casale" Discussed on Open Floor

"It's your job for the next year and a half to be an assistant coach and make Jaren is as good as you possibly can be. I to me, I guess if I were them even though Conley's significantly better player than Gasol. I would be more motivated to move Conley van Gosol based on how much I think they could get back, and then how much I think that they might be able to help differentiate is in other ways the single funniest into that what they should do is trade calmly and then use that cap space. Take on bad deals, and this is something that that Moore has hammered over and over again like the play for some of these small market teams is to use keys to open up cap space, and then take on bad contracts and try to stockpile as many picks as possible. And I think that should be the blueprint for the next two or three years at Memphis and sorta like see how many assets you can you can accumulate and then and then just go to draft and try to build a team that will be able to compete in two thousand twenty one and two thousand twenty two and I think clearing the calmly space will give them enough room to do that. And take on like, the part, the Jabari Parker of the world or whatever. Yeah. No question about it. Now, the my final Gosol thought, though is that the single funniest Casale trade idea is also like fairly plausible. What if what if he gets traded for his brother again, what if it's Marcus all to senatorial for Pao Casale filler, and you basically undo the huge blockbuster that you know, made everyone so. Mad at the grizzlies back in in the Lakers days with with Powell go into LA. And now you've got demar derozen. Lamarcus Aldridge and Marcus all as your core of just you know, we're going to try to grind you up in mid Rangers. And yes, slow you down festively like it's not crazy as it. Well, I support that idea because I don't know what the hell the Spurs do, but they're able to extend guys careers about three or four years longer than anyone would have ever expected. And I think we're seeing pal hit the end of that line. And so he's kind of like he's got one foot in the grave, basketball wise, but it would be also dec- CNN Tonio exhume Marcus, Saul bring him back to life for a couple of years because like the good version of Marcus oil is really really fun to watch Powell was done when he got to San Antonio. And if somehow he's still playing. Yeah. Well, he had kind of like a year or two there where he looked. Okay. I still have no idea why they paid him when he hit free agency of leave that was the summer before this one. But wasn't wasn't a great idea at the time. It hasn't worked out. But yes, walk him for Mark bring him in. And I have no idea how the hell the Spurs continue to win. So let's just like continue to suspend disbelief and watch them try to pull it off. I think if I could have any dream trades. It would be Marcus oil to the Spurs. Mike Conley to the jazz. Keep all the grit and grind in-house with the winning franchises that play the right way, and writes funny stories, do you think New Orleans is desperate enough to get in on either of these guys because like are they with shades of light the two thousand eighteen Cavaliers where it's like we have to like put together a win around the Bron. This is our last chance we've got to do it. And you look at the he's injured right now, they've still said they're not. Gonna trade him. He hasn't asked for trade. Don't you pretty much have to go for broke this season for the pelicans? And like show him that you're not just a franchise that led boogie out the door that you are serious about trying to build a winner around him. Like, could you see a scenario where they make a deal for Conley? And now they're backward. Conley. And drew in their cores commonly drew Davis..

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