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"concon" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

05:46 min | Last month

"concon" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"concon" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

05:01 min | 3 months ago

"concon" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

"Whether it's for the quarter or the year whatever and instead of like building a hundred different pieces. It just doesn't make sense. I mean you won't get any argument for me on that. That's my philosophy. Well right we do a livestream. We do a podcast. We put it on the dna television network. Which goes little cu and amazon. And i don't know what else i think those might be it. It's available on demand and row crew so then then we might write about it right. There's some article in the other thing. I do a lot more of now. I mean once you have seven years of content under your belt on the current blog. There's a lot of stuff. I can just update where i had it. Writing in new article said just writing an article. Every time you do anything. What can you update now. I walked me through your take all of those and like aggregate it too right so you know you don't just have to take one. You can take different. Pete like i want to. I want to focus on whatever our y for example. So then you can go back through. You know the seven years that you have and find the ten top tips for our hawaiian in create a piece on that and it just makes sense to to reason in leverage which you already have sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt. You know that's fine. But that's a good discussion. That's really a good point. When i did when seth godin was on the show he he basically talked about creativity right and so did three other people and so what i did. I just wrote one article about creativity and i quoted those four people in one article. You know i didn't do. Here's a show notes page that same may or may not read It's it's very interesting i admit. I don't mind updating content but as a former journalist it does not come natural because you wanna create new cairo right. Journalists are not trained update old concon journalists great to create new contents to get to get point and you can add that pieces to that that right and or maybe you're repositioning it for a new audience or a new channel. So you know you can definitely like just dusted off and say i pulled. This out of the archival. Didn't do anything to it which is fine as well But even to your point it. If your point is to reposition something then it makes sense to update it you know even just a little bit of refine it a little bit Otherwise call it what it is like. Hey you know i. I didn't have any content this week. Some homeless backout. So what's interesting about that to not. Let's not go too far down this rabbit hole but it's one important one. I actually updated an article. The other day in it was something about the old article focused on being on a blogging schedule which seemed to work by then it perform pretty well. Update the article. Where two things i did. Some copy editing minor stuff. It's like two thousand words. Maybe now maybe. I wrote one hundred new words. Roughly and i changed everything to Why you're content. Creation strategy needs to do whatever in the first two days. The updated version had more views than the article had in six years. While my point is you know it wasn't performing bad to begin with but raised updating right pushing it back in front of people flip board certainly helped on this case but but the point is if you have old content if you updated. You don't have to rewrite a too much if it's not necessary but it is a good strategy.

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"concon" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"concon" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"concon" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"concon" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

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"concon" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"concon" Discussed on Podcast 42

"For seven. Laurel on their. Veto. Intellect. Of Eight to twenty, four, twenty, eight. And hathaway intellectual eight, the twenty four twenty. Seated of. Keep the one number. Let's get rid of snake. He's got high numbers I. This is why I didn't put both of them up at the same time. Are you taking anybody off the block. nope. So Laura can't and J.. L. Vote Between Sabrina me he hit up broad batteries. I rolled in eighteen for Elon Moss, like just like I did like I did like a fourteen for him for twenty two I thought that was pretty good. It was really. I don't know what happened. Miss Sabrina Jack over here. I think just roll wants and said, she gave a twenty to. One. I don't believe it all. It's on a two right now. The Tony's there. I see the two scores of the. Dice were. Forty. All right I am going to vote for Carl. Same. bitches. F Ross. I haven't been this upset about somebody leaving since you got rid of see punk last year. I thought you were walking out here. All right. Put up your players for head of house- Elon Musk. I'm going to to our again. Dave was GONNA win everything. He's the Courtney love of this year. At least in Pick Hitler to play like somebody did one year. He. He may not be named or I have to cancel this episode. Laura I only have one player that can play Oh you do what? You can only have. A household, so she has to go. I. Forgot about that role I know. I didn't make them the show made him. Hathaway. Yeah. All right role for competition. One It is. Maybe I should have picked Jesse Gars. Whatever? Do it again. I liked the other one. That's can be down here with me. Probably got the save number I did. All right. So Chiro has four for strength or rolled a seventeen for twenty one elon musk. Oh, he's got a strength for and I wrote a five for nine. Miss Cleo. Now Barbie or Barbie. Hero three says she has a nine. And hathaway. She has a five I a two for seven. Two Zero? Owl, makes it to and now he can't pick them again for at least around. So. What does jail have left? He was. So stack have one one I don't understand what happened. I am picky. Totally Lisa veto because long named. One hundred. Times. And I'm picking Anne hathaway. Power veto I'm going to pick a jar while to help me out. And three random people. CONCON kind gun. If they WANNA put women Jay from my man. GotTa pick again. Taking Note. Hey all right. All right WHO's plan. I got. Miss. CLEO. SEAMY that? Funny every time you. TURN OR TRADE SENDING MY MESSAGES Getting you don't know Carol Burnett. Oh, you didn't know. The one time you pick Carol Burnett Elon. Musk. All right, let's see. It's a two. We're strength. Here's my chance for my job while to shine. And he's not gonNA shine. Well Your role, the tire, the might total score. Is your whole team. Did you roll four twenties now. I, can't do that again they're onto me. Yeah, she didn't really roll the second time she she shakes her hand. She, still had the highest one doesn't matter Miss Cleo already told you that. Know the math did. Touch your all has a strength of four rolled a seven four eleven Mona Lisa Vito. Strength of five.

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"concon" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

The Queens Fortress

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"concon" Discussed on The Queens Fortress

"Oh yes you did okay. You'll worst moment when I said about three lines of a poem and then it Orion get your business finale competition. What one slur jazzed Wadden as a tough one Guys Yeah. Let's just do okay. Jonathan Jonathan I can't predict what number you will place. Wow ONE OR SHOWCASE SLAM. I shook as okay. You're you're in the sports with your Maurienne today. Joining us is the potential King of the Mike Mr so which he himself Lebowski Post. The child was cal state of. It's very interesting to see how you end metamorphosis defer because middle versus would not give us one name. You guys both agree that it's showcase Yeah he broke his virginity like allow like minimum officers being in the game. Much up some announced or a guy so some of your notices busy and poetry guide from wow so on the third. There's going to be poetry and hookah sessions. Which is starting to thinly famous thing. And this is Gordon. I lady in Soweto you can find them on social media to find the exact location. You'll be spending at seven. Pm On the third. There's also going to be. It's a I zero who central from five pm? So you'll find them on social media at zero one two central on the fifth as a piece. Oh case at the theater eighty rank you in and then the wedding sound finale. That's going to be on Saturday to the CONCON theater goal. Uja bouncing campus and it starts at one fifty bucks gets you in on the same day. They'll also be spring seeds at GNP HIVE from six PM. So you can start go. There's also t wab slam happening That's one hundred hundred. I think market theatre absolutely. Yeah so yes so she one of your guy so it she is always in chatterly. Kata things try to do you know how old you are you know. Come on come you do about your house or case imprint so it was solely Felix and Jonathan Dana and they had themselves tight each other with strings sort of like a puppet situation and they had someone in the audience calling out the name of the poems and they would rotate between different poems. Idea behind. It It was inspired by my poem touch with which is Some Credit Papas during the wall slam for the second round we were required to have a prop this going to help you with with the whole palm springs for the poem. Yeah looked a so that idea and other people true. And then we're just rotating we're just doing how keys this is how you spend your birthday too. Yeah and I get pretty shy when people mention me every five minutes saying like an ice cream. Ice Cream should have made it was it was. It was amazing. I enjoyed it and the fact that I was Sharing Ho showcase with Jonathan and Felix. Who Happen to be amazing in performance. Yes beautiful synergy. What's beautiful about the best that they competed as well in the wild slam. Yeah we did. Yeah and now. You'RE GONNA compete with a gain. Rights is always a friend of mine trying to take my title so you predict Jonathan is going to be your biggest competition yes like I. It was a tough situation. Tough name to pick between Jonathan Desire guys And what makes you think this time is going to be different from the time? Oh the summary guys you read address. Last time we played last time for my response. Poem legit went blank. I didn't know what I have. I had the poem like two days before the Slab wasn't GonNa win. I just knew that I am going to be in the final round. Yeah so this time. I was so careful in selecting my response like spun the palm. They're responding to songwriting. Are you allowed to tell us? His secret I I don't know if it's a secret but what I know who took this time. There's a twist not responding to poems responding to dance videos they'll be playing in the background and we wrote a poem on that video and Hoogly reciting kind of Don's is it contemporary language. It's the mood meets Justin Challenge. Yeah so that's what we'll be doing this time for the second rehearsing yeah have been. You have to have to okay. You've mentioned twice. Now Kidding. Words it's hr what what tools can give a young poet whose upcoming if they're onstage and difficult to words what do you think is the next step So I acknowledge that it happens. Okay so it might be because maybe you unprepared or maybe you're nervous. What happens. Is that night on. Go back to the stage. If a home runs away always we bring in another poem. Khan remember the poll be prepared with extra pulled. Xactly always given. If just like yours come showcase of like yeah. You're paying me then I'm coming. I'm always to be paid right. Nomo Frey shown tired guys. Like no I mean you know. How much do you think you are worth for? Fifteen minutes for fifteen minutes said wow this question Like generally or just generally not like a price for friends or out of a corporation or whatever hits you absolutely Gig we want you to be on for fifteen minutes. What do you being a trained police cruiser changing? Cspan 2017 you've been on slams Rabin top five import weight and found twenty got loud Yeah your published poet as well. What do you say is your praise? You say minimum of five thousand. Hey Hey now I want to stick to that or are you willing to be flexible? I'm willing to be flexible. Depending on the details of the show itself no more exposed thing they exposed. Let everybody know where you get your pseudonym from with So I remember how it started I in with names right who Mariani because like when you saw some people just like. Yeah so it's the depending on where those people that I was like. Okay Congo sold. I had like a bunch of names. I remember I had soldier. But that was like every and I had prodigy call myself and then I had a cool name code blue pages okay and then I changed much goal. Yeah it was like peaches that up. I don't know I and then came so Which is just slowly and poetry so I just like he had is to remove the PM than you think. You could always thought the first time I thought the first time I saw name. I thought it was so a tree. Oh yeah so so in trees have. Oh so you can. You can borrow this poem code so a tree so After having name just had that the poem I just remember one of the land said about poetry being my mother and holding me and going like this is your name is poetry still your mother. She is Oh thank you for calling Lewis she because agreements are a she right so I was like She held me as a seed and looked at me and said son in you. I saw a tree of poetry's so there was that line in the poem yen. So yeah it was basically that yeah own kind. The whole please your favorite. 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"concon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"concon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And that this is anti-democratic, but honestly, even with a new prime minister, I don't there is no simple solution to this. When David Cameron put this out for referendum in two thousand sixteen he opened Pandora's box, and he never thought it would pass. No, he never intended for this was to end a civil war in his own party. This was purely political. This is to save that basically. To keep the conservative party in power. It totally backfired and it's completely paralyzed, but until until three years ago when I got there was a widely admired democratic system, but people in the continent when I travel in the European continent. They're shocked and they're saddened by what's happened in the United Kingdom and what's happening in the leadership race in the conservative. Well, we'll have to see they had another ballot today, and I'm not quite up to date. I believe I'm just getting a nuclear Dominic Robb has been knocked out of the Tory leadership race. And the latest ballot of members of parliament who's live candidates left. Okay. I don't know. Boris Johnson is the most likely he's still the leading candidate. He is. I mean, people say to me if if Boris Johnson becomes the next prime minister, I will be covering the British Trump. And I think there's a lot of truth to that. He he's Trump is said, nice things about him. He hasn't actually bars. You say barshop save very bad things about President Trump. And of course, he's changed, his to now that Mr. Trump is president where he's similar to President Trump. Is he is very charismatic in his own way. He really speaks very well to the conservative party base. He's very area dight, but he's also kind of bumbling, and he's also, I think very self consciously politically incorrect. He he and that plays well with the hardcore of the conservative party base. What's not clear to me is, if he has any, there's no sign that he has any solution to the problem that ended the career of the previous prime minister. I mean, she's still in office as a caretaker. Theresa May just about a minute left, but you were in Hong Kong, and both in nineteen Ninety-seven. For the Baltimore Sun, you were there. More recently for NPR. What do you make of these protests? And it seems like the protesters have been emboldened now. Absolutely. They have a short term they've won. And I don't think the Hong Kong obviously, the Hong Kong government completely misread this as did the communist party as they always do what they did with this law. His extradition law was an existential threat to the young people of Hong Kong. They thought that this would allow the Chinese government to pull people out of Concon for violating for basic free speech, things like that, and put them in jail this to them is unacceptable. They're young. They have they're very different than mainland Chinese people, and they want a free city and they're willing to come out in enormous numbers to fight for. And what do you think the, the police, and the government in Hong Kong is gonna do are they willing to let them go? I this point. They, they have all, but said this, this thing is dead. The extradition, the protesters have one. So where you go from here. I don't know. I don't see how you bring it up again, without creating another big backlash. So. They'll have to come up with some sort of strat some sort of new strategy. All right. Frank Langfitt, NPR correspondent in London. Thank you so much for coming by. Thank you. Thanks for having me, again the book and it's a great read. It's called the Shanghai free taxi journeys with the hustlers and rebels of the new China and Frank will be at the Commonwealth club in about an hour and a half..

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"concon" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"concon" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hong Kong firing tear gas and rubber bullets into a crowd of tens of thousands protesting a proposal to send criminal suspects to mainland China, to stand trial, CBS's, Ramy, Inocencio eb, and flow between the police or the protesters has continued into this night, every few minutes or so protesters pushing forward to where the police line is around Concon central government offices, and then the police using tear gas to try to push. Those protesters back a blocked entrances to government buildings. Where lawmakers were scheduled to vote on the legislation. American Erika Cohen Lyons has lived in Hong Kong for seventeen years, I can rule coming. Eric. Understand. Being you really considering is about Hong Kong now after seventeen years aided not fame across the border. And I think that people are very, very frayed about how sort of far reaching attention can be CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WTMJ news time seven thirty two. From the WTMJ breaking news center sheriff's deputy in central Wisconsin, recovering after he was shot last night. Wood county sheriff's office says it happened as he responded to a call about a suicidal person in the town of Arpan. He was hitting the arm and helicopter to an area hospital. Deputies say the public is not endanger. They aren't providing any other details, though, the state Justice Department's criminal investigation division will take over the case. I just no charges being filed against a woman who claimed to be held hostage. It happened during a standoff with police in Waukesha county last week, Halen Sunday casing charges of striking. Police animal using a dangerous weapon and driving a vehicle without the owner's consent. Waukesha county court Commissioner Kevin Castillo state's case Kirsch ration-. I have no problem at all with. The states recommendation and mistakes, cash fail me most Saudi thousands of dollars Sunday. Nathan Huffman involved in the standoff at shut down. I ninety four hours last week Helfman was shot by police, but wasn't killed. Both are now in custody. Police new Berlin. Thirty six year old man is dead after his vehicle crashed into living word episode churches today. Afternoon. Officers found them in on responsive at the scene life saving measures were try but he was pronounced dead on arrival at a local hospital. The cause is still under investigation says he still believes raising Wisconsin's gas tax by as much as eight cents is the best way forward four Wisconsin to fund road repairs and other infrastructure projects during an event in Green Bay Tuesday. Iverson's his gas tax plan would raise about six hundred and twenty million dollars assembly. Republicans say they want to hike vehicle registration fees, and forgo that tax increase governor reverse predecessor says he set aside with how he handled transportation issues in office. I think it's time to maintain what we have not only here in southeastern Wisconsin, but across the state looking back former governor Scott Walker says. He's satisfied with the decisions he's made when it comes to the states infrastructure, and I've argued this from the past, you can put money in the local roads, but I don't think they need to build, the, the big massive interchanges that we've seen the past. I mean, most people I talked to here in the metropolitan area said I need a break. I'm tired of all the orange barrels. I wanna break for this. Sucker was aghast on Wisconsin's afternoon news, Melissa, barklay WTMJ news of conflicts between the US and China could mean more production of apple products here, the tariffs pushing fos FOX kind to the point of considering moving production out of China. The Milwaukee business journal says the potential move a response to new terrace pushed by the president on three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods coming up dad's you're doing it. Wrong, WTMJ news time seven thirty four. Wisconsin's morning news sponsored by Waukesha state Bank, partnering with businesses because of what they bring to the community being.

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"concon" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"concon" Discussed on Caught Offside

"But for whatever it is that went on in those past years your Klopp. If there is this family. Feeling around the club. He has brought it back. There is no question about it. And you see it on the faces of every one of those players after the game. No, I totally agree on them. It was really emotional. Because there's there's such a connection between the fines and the players that has somehow endured in modern era where the players don't live down the road from you. And they don't go to the buyer, and they don't go to the same shops as you. So you have to create something some kind of link with the team and somehow Klopp has managed to do that and Klopp is very aware of this. Remember when they used to come on the field. Remember they had a draw last year against West Brom when they're fighting for top four a droll, and they they snatched a draw from from defeat regular season game. And they go down Klopp Concon, and they clap the cop, and you're like, Oma, Godin burst. Like, it's West Brom. Come on guys. We're. We've got to be bigger than that on me. I'll take the criticism when he jumped on the field after the regal showed that passion and hugged was it DeJean Lovran are whoever was he picked up on you got flying, obviously. And I looked at that. And I thought small-time way we doing this. But it's all building towards something. I care about you. I care about this job. We are a family. I care about the history. I care about the people who come to the games, and he alluded to the fines as well. The atmosphere was red hot and Klopp was asked an interesting question about the kind of symbiosis between the fans and the victory last night. Yeah, he was asked if this would have happened in an empty state while I thought was a request not a chance we know that this club is the mix off at fear emotion. Desire and football. Quality without you cut off one. It doesn't work. We know that said it before. For me, disrupt after describe it..

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"concon" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"concon" Discussed on ESPN FC

"As made him into this warrior on the field, and he comes over, and he picks him up this utility, man. This man for all seasons. This guy that can slot in at fullback that can starting center mid the compay anywhere for this team. And he picks him up a of credit like he he it was almost I thought he was going to whip him in his arms and do go full officer and a gentleman with just carry them off the field, but he was exhausted through the the empathy. That's created between manager Marino perfectly. You a lot of people roll. There is a lot of people roll their eyes about Klopp, the charisma the laugh, the hugs all that this team is fighting and dying. And it wasn't the first choice team will that's what makes it so amazing. And it's something that I I actually mentioned last week that I wanted to bring up again today because I said one thing for Liverpool is that you have a team of unsung heroes. When Sala is out when from you know is out. Income's evacuee who scores two goals? Like you said when Aldam not starting the game comes in as a sub at halftime scores. Two goals. Like if I told you before the game that Liverpool going four no with I mean, maybe say a Riga gets one. But like who's guessing that these are? Here's you think. Maybe Monica hat trick. Maybe Milner converts a penalty like this is for these two guys to step up in the way that they did it's it's a testament not just to them. But it's a testament like you said to your who he instills this in every member of the team. I'm watching when that game ended because the game was was riveting unto itself, but you couldn't turn it off because the scenes that Enfield afterwards really were truly memorable. And you're watching Uragan go from player to player. You know, you get players who are as meaningful to them as Allison and Mani and he's hugging them. And then he's going over to people that you, you don't know you don't even recognize people. And he's hugging them in the same way. And like you can tell every person on that club. Feels a sense of purpose. Of belonging. We in our interview with Bruce Grobbelaar, he talks about Liverpool. When I asked him. What is this feeling this? You know, these European nights? He says the thing about it is it is truly a family. And I don't know if that if there was a period of time when it went away. I don't mean for that to be an indictment on the managers who have been there in the year sense. Some of them are former Liverpool men this. But for whatever it is that went on in those past years your Klopp. If there is this family feeling around the club. He has brought it back. There is no question about it. And you see it on the faces of every one of those players after the game. No, I totally agree on them. It was really emotional. Because there's there's such a connection between the fines and the players that has somehow endured in modern era where the players don't live down the road from you. And they don't go to the buyer, and they don't go to the same shops as you. So you have to create something some kind of link with. Team and somehow Klopp has managed to do that and Klopp is very aware of this. Remember when they used to come on the field. Remember they had a draw last year against West Brom when they're fighting for top four ADR. Oh, and they they snatched a draw from from defeat regular season game. And they go down Klopp like Concon, and they clap the cop, and you're like, oh, my Godin burst. Like, it's West Brom Kamanga ice..

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"concon" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"concon" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Trees are green. The sky is blue the birds are singing, the bluebonnets are blooming. So what could be better and the brisket is smoking in the pith. Okay. Brisket and Pinto beans that's the breakfast of champions. Right there. Is there a better? Dinner than smoked brisket and Pinto beans. Well, I'm sure a lot of you would disagree with that. But if right up there in my book, and there's plenty of that around here. In dallas. Well, what happened yesterday we had a pretty good rally in the Dow the NASDAQ was down yesterday. There was a little bit of pressure. I would call it profit taking and some of the cloud software stocks the CRM's the Senate, which is Salesforce, the workdays and stocks that service now that are in that sector they've been red hot lately. And maybe there was this a little bit of money rotation profit taking in that sector of the market yesterday. Boeing continues to be very strong. I think I made the right decision not to bail on Boeing, and it's up now from its low got down to three sixty one right after the upn crash. It never broke. It's two hundred day moving average technically and from three sixty one the stock is now back to three ninety four. But it's still about fifty points away from its all time high Boeing has some news today, which will get to hear a little bit. The global shares higher overnight Concon was closed. China was closed. I guess some kind of holiday over there. India was up six tenths of one percent. Last night. And we got our jobs report today. The jobs report is one of the more important ones for investor because we will not only address recession fears, but will signal upcoming policy cues for the fed, and I would say with the print of one hundred ninety six thousand new jobs, beating estimates of one hundred seventy five thousand jobs that for now answers to questions, I think you can throw recession fears out the window which really haven't been there. But some, you know, have talked about recession fears recently they've talked about last ten years. Okay. They'll always talk about recession fears, but I'm a guy who tries to take emotion out of the equation. And this show me the facts man, you remember of Friday, Jack Webb on dragnet. Just the facts, ma'am. Please. Just the fact. Acts k he's getting some woman that he's interviewing across the desk of she's all motion and crying and screaming and he gets her back. Just the facts, ma'am, just the facts. And I think that's very good way to handle the stock market. You know, there's big conundrum in the market. I'm going to address some of the frequently asked questions your during my visit. On the one hand people want to profit from the stock market. They know that over time there has been no greater growth vehicle for just the average. Joe like me and the rest of us to make money may look over the last ten years of this bull market. The market has more than tripled. If you had three hundred twenty thousand dollars in your 4._0._1._K ten years ago today, it should be worth a million dollars. Okay. What else could have led to that kind of growth over the last ten years? So on the one hand that addresses the greed factor. People wanna make money in the stock market, and they wanna participate in it. But then they have that fear side of their emotion that either keeps them out of the market. Keeps them too nervous keeps them awake at night. So I guess you kind of have to decide, you know, if you don't want to be in the greatest growth vehicle for the common man here, which is the stock market your alternatives. Are you know, staying in cash and doing nothing gay and that is being eaten into by the termites called inflation? You can buy and hold Vons ten year bond seven-year vaughn's five-year bonds, but you're looking at it three or four percent return. And then at the end of that term, you cash in your Vaughn, you get your principle back, and you have to pay taxes on the interest that you receive from those bonds unless you're buying municipal bonds where you could maybe get a three per cent overall. Tax free return. So if you're happy with three percent tax after tax return, then buying individual is the place for you. If the market is to screen for you. But you give up a lot of upside that's called opportunity risk. You could've made twelve percent in the market over the last ten years and the bond market hasn't come anywhere close to that. So you have to weigh each person has a different Ristori ward. Mindset. Some people realize that you can't make money with scared money. That's a true saying if you're scared and you're pulling out every few months because of a little downdraft in the market. I call that scared money if on the other hand, you said, you know, Bill, I don't need this for the next five years. The next ten years, I really need this to grow. Will then you're going to have to dip your total into the stock market. But at the same time, I believe on always having an emergency preparedness plan, and I would say that was missing from a lot of folks that I met with here. And I think there's a lot of firms in my industry that don't have an emergency preparedness plan. What if the economy goes into that great recession again like it did in two thousand eight two thousand and nine the stock market's going to get clobbered the last time it was a fifty three percent downdraft? And I would ask anybody who's managing your money at the current time, including yourself. What is my emergency preparedness plan? We had the lights go out at the hotel. I'm staying in last night. Pretty large hotel the lights everything completely with out. What's your emergency? Preparedness plan in an event like that down in Charleston in the fall in the late summer, we get hurricane warnings. What's your emergency exit strategy in case? A hurricane lands or a tornado comes through your town or through the stock market. So I believe that you have to make hay while the sun is shining. Is it still shining talk about that? When I come back. But I also believe that you have to have any -mergency preparedness plan this Bill Henderson, what's your plan? I hope your plan is to stick with throughout the hour. We'll be right back. Are you a.

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"concon" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"concon" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Network. Here is Bill gunderman continues to be very strong. I think I made the right decision not to bail on Boeing, and it's up now from its low got down to three sixty one right after the GOP and crash it never broke. It's two hundred day moving average technically and from three sixty one the stock is now back to three ninety four. Okay. But it's still about fifty points away from its all time high Boeing has some news today, which will get to here in a little bit. The global shares higher overnight Concon was closed. China was closed. I guess some kind of holiday over there. India was up six tenths of one percent. Last night. And we got our jobs report today. The jobs report is one of the more important ones for investor because we will not only address recession fears, but will signal upcoming policy cues for the fed, and I would say with the print of one hundred ninety six thousand new jobs beating estimates of one hundred and seventy five thousand jobs that for now answers to questions, I think you can throw recession fears out the window which really haven't been there. But some, you know, have talked about recession fears recently, they've talked about the last ten years of K, they'll always talk about recession fears, but I'm a guy who tries to take emotion out of the equation. And just show me the facts, ma'am, you remember the Friday, Jack Webb on dragnet, just the facts, ma'am. Please. Just the fact. That's okay. He's getting some woman that he's interviewing across the desk. She's all motion oil and crying and screaming and he gets her back. Just the facts, ma'am, just the facts. And I think that's a very good way to handle the stock market. You know, there's a big conundrum in the market. I'm going to address some of the frequently asked questions your during my visit. On the one hand people want to profit from the stock market. They know that over time there has been no greater growth vehicle for just the average. Joe like me in the rest of us to make money. I mean, look over the last ten years at this bowl Mark that the market has more than tripled if you had three hundred twenty thousand dollars in your 4._0._1._K ten years ago today, it should be worth a million dollars. Okay. What else could have led to that kind of growth over the last ten years? So on the one hand that addresses the greed factor. People wanna make money in the stock market, and they want to participate in it. But then they have that fear side of their emotion that either keeps them out of the market. Keeps them too nervous keeps them awake at night. So I guess you kind of have to decide, you know, if you don't want to be in the greatest growth vehicle for the common man here, which is the stock market your alternatives. Are you know, staying in cash and doing nothing? Okay. And that is being eaten into by the termites called inflation. You can buy and hold bonds ten year bond seven-year Vons five-year bonds, but you're looking at it three or four percent return. And then at the end of that term you cash in your bond, you get your principle back, and you have to pay taxes on the interest that you receive from those bonds, unless you're buying you Nisa bonds where you can maybe get a three per cent overall. A tax free return. So if you're happy with three percent tax after tax return, then buying individual Vons is the place for you. If the market is too scary for you. But you give up a lot of upside that's called opportunity risk. You could've made twelve percent in the market over the last ten years in the bond market hasn't come anywhere close to that. So you have to weigh each person has a different risk to reward mindset. Some people realize that you can't make money with scared money. That's a true saying if you're scared and you're pulling out every few months because of a little downdraft in the market. I call that scared money if on the other hand, you said, you know, Bill, I don't need this for the next five years. The next ten years, I really need this to grow will then you're gonna have to dip your toes into the stock market. But at the same time, I believe on always having an emergency preparedness plan, and I would say that was missing from a lot of folks that I met with here. And I think there's a lot of firms in my industry that don't have an emergency preparedness plan. What if the economy goes into that great recession again like it did in two thousand eight two thousand and nine the stock market's going to get close? The last time it was a fifty three percent downdraft. And I would ask anybody who's managing your money at the current time, including yourself. What is my emergency preparedness plan? We had the lights go out at the hotel. I'm staying in last night, pretty large hotel the lights everything completely with out. What's your emergency? Preparedness plan in an event like that down in Charleston in the fall in the late summer. We get hurricane warnings. What's your emergency exit strategy in case? A hurricane lands or a tornado comes through your town or through the stock market. So I believe that you have to make hay while the sun is shining. Is it still shining? We'll talk about that when I come back. But I also believe that you have to have any -mergency. Preparedness plan this Bill under Sohn, what's your plan? I hope your plan is to stick with throughout the hour. We'll be right back. Are you a die hard? Do it. Yourself investor? Bill got us and makes the tools that he developed professionally managed money available to you. I invented the best stocks. Now apple gives you relative performance valuations where possible and Mike proprietary ranking almost five thousand stocks mutual funds and ETS e cost nine ninety nine per month..

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"concon" Discussed on I Read Comic Books

I Read Comic Books

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"concon" Discussed on I Read Comic Books

"Hello. I gotta say, I got chills when you just did the intro because we're we never record in person. This is a magical moment. I know it's truly surreal that we are all here in the same room, just like I said, in the other recording that we did with Nick and Brian, I wanted to talk to some folks that were at the con this weekend. Just get their overall experience about how they felt about things what they enjoyed what they were proud that they got to do whatever they're really into what made them excited about C two. So I want to ask the question. You know how was for the two of you. I fall into a formula, Paul me. Three do it for almost two hundred. That's not good at numbers. Anyways. So I want to know what did you guys enjoy about see tweets. What was the thing that you were like? Yeah, I'm glad that I came to see two to four. I know this kind of a weird thing, but we talked about panels. We talked about talking to creators. So what was the thing that you really enjoyed about this con- friendship? Yes, I do about something that's real. No, that's, that's it's truly beans. A lot that you guys were all here at the same time, we did all get together for a quick moment. It was unbelievable to see four years of my life in one room. It was crazy. I can't explain it better than that. But Paul, go ahead. What, what did you see Mike heartfelt moments that he's almost gripe? I do. I don't want to shortchange that was pretty special to me, too. That's we talk to each other pretty regularly, either on the show or our group chat friends, we know each other, but it's kinda see everybody in person. Yeah, it's very touching. Thank you for bringing it up care. How was your con- experience? Well, I mean, my spirit is left my body because it was so exhausted at this point, because for those of you who follow me on Twitter, you know, I was also emerald city Concon last weekend's. So let's clarify that currently is split. Wearing her. I will murder. You got heels. It's quite the picture. Yes, I helped out. Stephanie Hans at her table yesterday. And that was a new experience. I've never been on that side of the table at artists Elliott before, and it's a lot of work you like major shout out to everyone who tables, you're all heroes. You'd think sitting at a table, all day would not be that bad, but people are always say, the con was so exhausted, even though I was just at my table. Like I get it. I think I think I've seen the like wear and tear someone brings up ten prince to be signed by someone like it's a lot. It is a lie. Emotionally draining stuff as you're kind of on the entire time. You're at the table, right? Yeah. And then also, you're like, I haven't had anything to drink in, like eight hours buying. But then, also, you're like, well, you know, at least I don't have to wait in line. At the conduct p but, you know, probably. Probably the reason so many people get con credits dehydrated. Knock on wood, that I'm managing to avoid that for the second week in a row. My so you're asking, like, what are what our favorite things for the con- word things that were that were just terrible. And for me, I'm gonna start with just terrible because I I have a sprained ankle. So I have spent see to easy to hobbling around in an air, cast and no one notices like unless you're in a wheelchair have crutches or something sort of towards I level where it's really obvious that you don't have full like faculties at your disposal. People just don't notice, and I got jostled, so many times, where I got I was starting to just be like, oh, this is not a place for me 'cause I can't walk anywhere. Like at one point I had to go to the bathroom, and the closest bathroom was in the middle of the show floor in like this sunken hit. That was not handicap accessible. So I had to like hobbled jump my way down like twenty stairs to this. Like sunk in. Like I don't even know hen baselines. Shines and restrooms. And just like hobbling my way through and I got to the point where I was just, like everyone better get out of my way. And, and this comical vision was completed, because I decided to decorate my air casts, because it's a fairly recent development. So my air cast is covered in hot pink glitter tape and like neon leopard duct tape and several jewels. Lisa. Frank vomited on my. Everyone keeps thinking that I'm 'cause playing so when I'm like, no just injured get the fuck out of my way. I mean, yeah, I will say having been con- this many, many times that bathroom area is literally a cesspool. It's unbelievable that they still continue to force. In that area to use their faculty facilities. It's insane. Paul what, what was your thing? What did you really enjoy about this con-? We'll get back to what she actually enjoyed that wasn't the bathroom. Yeah. So guy here on Friday and literally, I came to Chicago park, the car, I met, Mike, the hotel, and we hit the confort and within by I three hours of being in Chicago. I got to interview box Brown and Lucy nicely to cartoonist whose work. I really, really enjoy so cherish. That that's great. That's what kinda why came and. As as yesterday was exhausting. Today was at times the con- being sort of a mess to get around. I was constantly minded, by the reason. I'm here and I think the reason most of us are here is an enthusiasm and love for comics, which sometimes gets lost enough being a comic con. Yeah. So, you know, so I did those interviews and then today you know, I had to take a little break, I did some I was on brand. I win got raunch went to the record store. That's what I do when I'm gonna city. They came back to the con- hit the floor is like, I'm really exhausted. But when the first thing I did is I went to a panel with marvel of men and George Perez. You know, the craters did, of course if nerds credits to dimension, but come legends and seeing their enthusiasm. These six year old men, basically saying, okay, we spent making comics doing our dream job and them it really reminded me. Like that's kinda why everyone's here. And then shortly after that, I hit the retailers, and there's a lot of retail selling the CG books scummy clock or stuff, you know, speculative stuff and literally right before the show close about quarter to five, I found the guy who's at KU selling like cool. Underground hip, comics. He wanted to talk about Jack Kirby wanna talk while love and rockets. Licko. Yes. So this is why, you know, the last shining moment, like yeah. There is hope how there, there's stuff. That's positive exciting comics still going. It's tough. Because boost like that are really hard to tell that. That's what they're selling. It took me a long time. The single issue problem that we always have that, like, it's really hard to display these books. And when you do they take a ton of room fan. So it's really hard to narrow down to find those types of retailers, but I'm glad you at least found something because there's a lot of I think you said this to me earlier, there's just a lot of trash. That's what I told him. I literally said this guy really should find your sooner 'cause I dug through so much garbage before coming to actually liked. So, yeah. I mean but overall, I mean the box Brown and Lucy nicely. And every which you may have already listened to on this. I don't know how we're going to stretch schedule it all together. But those were really fun to do in those guys were fantastic. If you're not buying their books, you really got to 'cause we told them, we plug all their stuff all the time and here I am plugging again honest so we can go into the things that I enjoyed about this kind now that I'm done whining about my foot. So I aside from the friendship village, I have enjoyed with all of you, which, like, like I'm not gonna lie. I love you all, but if Tia was a Queen in game of thrones. Swear my sword to her in a second, this trip for me has been about, like Baskin tea is Queen president. Getting to learn from her majesty. Going to cry. Very Goss, because we're very sad. Aside, from getting to have, like a fabulous time with all of you. I have super enjoyed the people watching, at this con- because I didn't realize everyone at this con- 'cause plays and I'm just not used to the sensory overload of everyone being a different character that are now like owned by Disney. Like look at how many of these IP's are owned by Disney, it's kind of Grinch worthy at this point like, and let's be straight here. I love. Disney I love Star Wars, I love marvel but looking around and see how much like this one company, owns them, kind of like. Oh, burnt to the ground. But it was really great seeing a lot of people's costumes. I think my favorite costume was actually there's this little lake seven or eight year old girl dressed, Kate Bishop, and like she was Kate Bishop, and she was with her parents. And I'm like I'm used to talking to children because I work at an elementary school. And I because their parents were there. I figured it would be okay. If I like lamented, her on her outfit, like, don't talk to children, if they're clearly like by themselves for a second. That's creepy don't do it. But like her parents were right there. So I was just like, oh, ki Bishop, you look, awesome. And this little punk popped her bubblegum, and gave me like side glance grin through her like mirrored sunglasses that I was like, oh, I wanna be you. When I grow. Fantastic. People might have seen this tweet, because it's better retweeted a lot for some reason. I don't understand. But I mentioned that when we first checked in CARA, an ice saw this little girl, and she was little, she was probably three or four and she was dressed, as spider Gwen. And she was literally sobbing, but I love him as her parents dragged her away from a cost player that she thought was Darth Vader. But I not. Not some he was like a video game character with a long, black Cape. Basically it was adorable. And but also like girl weeded talk, your some problems. When you get older over that. We've, I think we've definitely crossed the threshold of understanding like where people Star Wars allegiances live again, which is really interesting because I think the phrase anikin apologised was said, at least it doesn't time at yes, we talked. The other night. But what happened was we, we were at the bar sitting around this table, because, like normally I would like to stand in mingle but standing is literally not an option for me right now. Because I use all my standing energy to go through the conflict, and, like I had a captive audience of, like most of the people we podcast with around this table. And after I have a couple of drinks, I usually get yell e-, especially in a bar situation. So I just started like screaming it everyone's faces. What's your favorite Star Wars moment? And what's your number one Star Wars pet peeve? And I would not shut up until everyone gave me an answer, which meant we just all got off on this tangent about how dumb so many things about the prequels, which is always fun coversation to have an. I just, I'm very proud of the fact that I made Zander cry laugh by saying, no one hates Star Wars more than Star Wars fan. True, the absolute truth. There was there were so many just little moments like that, that like, really made this trip worth worth travel. I mean like I went to a handful of panels that were just like offbeat weird things to this valiant panel, we talked about it, and the other piece, but, like just seeing the like other side of comics. This is the first com that I've been to panels, in a very long time that wasn't like some weird little tiny anything where I was like knew someone on the panel or something like because I've been to like, all of his panels over. She's on a panel usually, I'm weird. Indie thing weird anything, I'm sorry. But, you know, we I went to this valiant, panel I went to I try to pop into this marvel panel. And it's like I, I realized that I've kind of crossed this line. They probably did this years ago of having interests that are beyond the big to like, I still read big too. I really enjoy big to books, but like the stuff that I'm coming to confort is shit that I could never ever ever get like at midtown comics read a regular comic. Bookshop or like I'm never going to get weird little Steven universe. Charms anywhere else other than Atacan like this, and I know the read pop cons or kind of their own big corporate thing. But at the same time, you still get creators that are still making their way up in things like we talked to a bunch of people that were hopefully going to have on the show in the near future about like being independent creators, who've never done big to work are only done like maybe a little bit of boom, work or something, and it really warms, my heart like that folks are still coming to these shows trying to sell themselves in sell things that they're actually making. I got a lot of really cool stuff..

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"concon" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"concon" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Other Wednesday at the comedy store in the belly room. We did our first one the other night. It went off. Great morgan. Murphy did a set. She was wonderful funny lady that Stelling did a set wonderful big fan of Boll Andrew Santino did a set Dono. He's hilarious. He was he was on. He was on them dying up here. Yeah. And Eddie, Pepe tone kick things off the king. So little. The dark master would. I was on stage. I said at the top choice. Look the reason we're doing this show is because we want to have an A-List show. We're a listers can come in and work out. Right. We don't have enough of that open mic owners have a million bar shows, and they all trade spots, and they'll get all the stage time, and they can experiment. We're we don't have that. All of our things are like you gotta get booked, and then you're paid. And then you can't fuck around. I'm like, we just wanna lose show were our friends can come in. And just have a good time and work out. And it was a lot of fun before Pepito went onstage. I leaned in jokingly, obviously and said don't fuck this up with your bullshit. And so then he went on stage. And he was like he goes DeRosa was up here. He says this is a place for people to experiment. You know, what he says to me before I go on stage. He says don't fuck up. How is that conducive to experimentation? It was very funny. Yeah. We had a we had a really good time. Folks. We've talked about Pepe a, but if you want to great comedians to seek out I've worked with both of these ladies, and they're incredibly funny and decent human beings that Stelling. Morgan murphy. Check their stuff out online. Go see their live shows. Yeah. All right. Yeah. I'd like you to plug me. Like that once in a while. I do, you know, do you go around town. You say my buddy, I do go. See Joe Arousa, they go. I got a thing that night. I didn't say what night they go. Even so. I didn't say what night. Wednesday shatter day, the the door shut turnaround ago schmuck. Hear your door to door snowing by. Yeah. Yeah. He's got a hot junk. Joe do the chunk the new chunk. We're both sweating. Pigging out our shirts. Boy, Concon, relax, buddy. The mock my buddy, and I were laughing the other day. My buddy keeps it sounds. Nice. What's that you and your buddy laughing having my buddy kept saying he he thought that there should be a parody of John saw called don't let your son go down on me. Okay. He kept saying that on the phone. I was making me laugh because I have a sense of humor of a two year old. Yeah. But then I said, it'd be funny. There'd be that'd be a great scene in a movie where you get the actual weird how and character meets him at a party. And he's like, you know, I always wanted to pitch you one of those songs that you do this. Don't let your son go down on you know, and he's pitching him the most filthy thing that weird house. It's like, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Barbara streisand. So even more screaming and today, she she says about the Michael Jackson thing those kids wanted to be there. They were thrilled to be there thriller d- and Michael wanted what he wanted and why not give it to him..

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"concon" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

12:15 min | 3 years ago

"concon" Discussed on WTRH

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"concon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"concon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The truth. Nothing could be more wrong than that. In fact, study after study that we outlined in the book shows, very clearly that actually the most happy in the most sense for people and often often the wealthiest and most well up people people that didn't got college that took it alternative pot with that was leading the skill with that was getting a trade with that was starting a business and they've been able to go out and do wonderful things. So look if you want to be a lawyer or adopted Joe, you've gotta gotta call. But if you are a mediocre student, and you're not really sure there are so many other great options that I think you would be much better. Off taking I liked you said it was it's a big lie because I think people have been sold a Bill of goods they the class dismissed by colleges in the answer. Nick Adams is the author the lie is is that without the college degree. You're not going to have a career at all the lie. Also is if you get the college degree, there's an eighty or one hundred thousand dollars a year job waiting for you. That's not the case either. Is it? Absolutely not. I mean, how tragic it is and have comedies joke when somebody graduates outfit four years of of a degree, and then come on work and on top of that not only they find work, but they settled with this huge massive data through over the four years. So they can't find work. They've got this debt. That's hanging around like a noose on the neck, which takes Toyota they've flexibility and look flexibility something that you hanker for all the time. But particularly when you're young it's really important because you're not really sure what you wanna do. You might want to go overseas and all of those options are eliminated if you've built up this massive debt, and then Concon work to pay it off. So a much better way of doing things is not going to start much dead finding something that virtually guarantees you work like a trade like a technical school like many vocations. Let's get a line your money Alanya pockets full of money, you're going to have a right, right. And you can do whatever you wanted the editor interesting because there's been a Bill of goods sold. And I think that we somehow the left has somehow convinced people that each racist or misogynistic or homophobic, if you don't want to give people free college. But at the end of the day when I was growing up, and I'm fifty two now you wanted to build stuff you wanted to hang drywall you wanted to drive a truck you wanted to vocational that as you said, we'll line your pockets. My father did that his father did that and the other there's a need for a talk show host. Sure. But there's more of a need to go and build stuff and fix cars and drive buses. So how am I right that the left has used the emotion of you must hate people? If you don't give them free colleges at why so many millennials today, actually by the Bill of goods that without college. Then you're somehow less than. Very significant amount that could be a portion to exactly what you're talking about essentially, it's these elites in the education complex that, you know, have sold us on this product and their product is a four year college degree, and they're saying that without this product, you gotta have all of these other possibilities. Eliminate and it's just not true and not only that they have a vested interest because the reality is they want people guide to colleges. So that the doctor nation can continue right? Are they night? What people going in studying useless things like? Land rights for gay indigenous while. Practical application whatsoever, which doesn't have any kind of using the real. But as long as they in the learning of that gender studies and learning about fluidity and learning about. Different bathrooms. I mean, this is really what these places have become become indoctrination factories. By the way, that well class really does exist at Berkeley. If you knew that it is it's a Nick at Berkeley actually offers that class that you suggested class dismissed why college isn't the answer. It's Nick Adams, Nick, I'm I'm joking that classes and available about gay whales. Anyway. You're right. You've got more classes that I report on about a toxic masculinity and the evil of whiteness, then you have people learning something that'll be applicable later. And you're also right that it's a captive audience. The professors have their minds to have their bodies have their their presence there. And and they're able to really make them believe that what they're saying is true. Then you get into the real world and the job that's available to you seven fifty an hour at McDonalds, and you're wondering what that piece of paper. Does there's this old saying that people would say about people, he's not college material. He's college material. What tells college material in two thousand nineteen is is there such a thing. Look college material. He's one of those terms, John, that's typical. So really kind of define an end to to really know. But the way that I would put it is this I think one of the big.

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"concon" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

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"concon" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Raspy on the cockpit sounded like, but I think I was born enough here. It's almost like you to clogged you have some magma conch. A no I I mean, obviously, someone probably drips stuff into here. What I'm not here. I would our someone else in they were. But no, I I could probably stand for a new car if we're being honest here. Like once we if we go if we're invited onto my culture cruise again, and we go near the Bahamas. I would love to acquire a brand new au you get one online. Maybe why don't we call your buddy in key west? What lady? Yeah. I was actually just thinking about her champion. Yeah. You know, the red hat lady what was her name? Lou Mary sue, I think he's Mary Kay Mary. Sue Kerry, Jane, married? Her name's Mary. I'm pretty sure though, the champion handpicked large conches for sale here, we go. Mid atlantic. Coral enterprise dot com. Have you ever go looking for conch online? No, John has on lock. So it's cool. These are very pink. Isn't there a mobile device that you can use when you're looking for conch grinder? Yes. Go ahead. I'm sorry. John. No, I'm just I'm just saying that they've got some some that are very very large and very very pink. K a price me a concord to how how big exactly I got. I got seven to thirteen inches this year and expert would you say that this is roughly seven to eight inches long that that looks like that is at least twenty seven inches. No, no. The people who love, you know. I think this is about a seven and a half. I I hope not. Okay. So right here. I've got oh. This is good. You wanna talk about about big do this is a twelve twelve and a quarter inch horse conch. Could you just make sure that and get set a horse conch? Thank you. Thank you. Hi. This is twelve and a quarter inch long horse conch. It real. And I'm not joking. This is a Florida horse conch as well. So he could get a locally we go to road trip and get some of that out of that God that thing is huge. You could do some damage with that horse. Can it's got a very big. Hole. That's what we call it in the in the concrete business. There's the picture which is the whole, and there's the Ombu chur, which is what your mouth does around the home. And by the way, this is not just juvenile radio. Chitchat? I was sincerely given a conch on a Mike Alto Cruz, and we honk it to kind of celebrate the weekend. I we got a great Friday chant on the Mike Calcutta show this morning. I don't know if you heard it no ause coming back from the gym. And this guy. I mean, this guy is at them perfectly. And I thought Mike wasn't to play the along, but they played along. And I realize why people like the conch because I'm coming from the gym, right? And I hear the guy say he bought play Google feud. And he said he he looked up today is and he did the auto completes, and he read the first two, and he goes, you know, what the third one said it Mike said what he goes today is Friday. I mean, just perfectly placed and Mike played right along and said Friday and the guys picked it up before you know, it Loverboy working for the weekend. And my man Galvin let loose like a nice ten to fifteen second. So what made you feel like the weekend or? Oh, yeah. Let me know like the weekend is here. On Friday if I'm going to a job instead of coming from the gym. I would be like, man. Hell, yeah. Friday. So probably look it's in the afternoon. People are looking at five o'clock to get the hell out of their offices. They probably welcomed the Concon for that very reason. Right. I hope so I would certainly think so I hope we're going through all this trouble for a good reason. Well, yeah, I mean, I feel like they deserve a better conch. Then I'm giving them. I want to give you the best conch possible. And I don't want to give you some subpar second rate. Conch Dino is that a right handed or left handed khazei right handed cop. Okay. Because right here, I got a big this. I'm just reading the description a big right handed conch for Hindu worship. Why don't what if I don't wanna worship Hindu? Oh, I'm just saying. Well, I mean, I know I'd rather have a non nondenominational. This is nice too. It's got a nice sheen to it get what do you think of that twenty ninety nine? Okay. That's nice. But is that the worship the Hindu one? Oh, yeah. But I mean, that's that's just a recommendation. No, no. It's not it's for that specific purpose much like a show far sat the Rams horn. Yes. The shofar is blown on Passover believe. And and that is a denominational thing. It's a it's a Jewish thing. I don't I wouldn't mind blowing a show far. But I'd rather take an Uber. But if you want to take it to a Rams game. I mean, no one's going to say, hey, are you Jewish knock the hell out of here. Do they do that at the Rams? In LA. I feel like they don't wanna they don't wanna bring anything in lucky bring themselves. What they blow up there in Minneapolis for your Vikings guy. I think it's a Flugel horn if I'm not mistaken, very similar to the show far. It's a Flugel horn. I think they had one of those in the Rico law commercial member of the Rico,.

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