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EBay Nears Deal to Sell Classified-Ad Unit to Adevinta

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

EBay Nears Deal to Sell Classified-Ad Unit to Adevinta

"Nearing a deal to sell its classified ad unit to Advanta, Advanta, Advanta, let's go ahead and enter. Whatever and Mike, they're valuing this $8 billion. I didn't even know this was a thing. It's the international Craigslist had never heard of their classified ads unit. Neither had I, frankly. So beyond other Sir, the investors and eBay have over the last several years kind of pushed eBay toe strip themselves and a lot of their other business units, which for those shareholders need bay. That's been a good thing. If you if you won't pay pal, for instance, that stock has done incredibly well. They struck a deal to sell off their StubHub ticketing division last year, and this is really the last big one that they had that wasn't really core to eBay's business. This classified ads, you know, think again. Think of it, as like a Craigslist or Facebook marketplace for a lot of non U. S markets. Wish again if you're competing with Facebook marketplace, I'm not really sure how you make money. EBay's classified ads unit, but that's not here, nor there, I guess.

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"craigslist" Discussed on Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

04:45 min | Last month

"craigslist" Discussed on Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

"So anyway, in the past do a lot of travel with his company and they're based out of Florida, so he did a lot of traveling back and forth to Florida usually like once a month. And I had found out. During, one of these multiple of these trips that he was. He was signing hookup on craigslist basically so while he would be in Florida, he would you know find some girl to Hook up with through craigslist? And I found it by going through his emails. It sounds awful, but I mean kind of share a lot of things so it. It's not as if I was totally snooping, but I. Dealing so anyway so we went to therapy for it in therapy The the counselor had said that these were not emotional. Cheating were sexual releases, and that that was okay. It was just something for me to decide if I was also okay with that and you know willing.

"craigslist" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

04:45 min | Last month

"craigslist" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"So anyway, in the past do a lot of travel with his company and they're based out of Florida. So he did a lot of traveling back and forth to Florida usually like once a month. And I had found out. During one of these multiple of these trips that he was. He was signing hookup on craigslist basically so while he would be in Florida, he would you know find some girl to Hook up with through craigslist? And I found it by going through his emails It sounds awful, but I mean kind of share a lot of things so it. It's not as if I was totally snooping but I. Dealing so anyway so we went to therapy for it in therapy The the counselor had said that these were not emotional. Cheating were sexual releases, and that that was okay. It was just something for me to decide if I was also okay with that and you know willing.

"craigslist" Discussed on Side Hustle School

Side Hustle School

04:33 min | 2 months ago

"craigslist" Discussed on Side Hustle School

"Hustle is over ACIS photography, and I was featured in a really early episode episode number nine. The way started with the side, hustles I always a visual person and I've always enjoyed the arts, and in doing the tiger free, since I was really young and over the years. When you're young, you're still learning photography and you start off in the days, and you don't have a job to pay the bill you basically just. kind of stopped, but then what happened with this particular side Hustle in college, a gained the reputation, being known as the guy with the camera, and in my senior year I got asked by a friend to photograph for wedding, and so I said yes. At that time. I didn't really know it didn't even start doing any waiting at that point, but I knew I was excited to try. and. When I kinda sat down, and excitement stopped the realization of all. My Gosh I'm a photograph. My friend's wedding and I've never done this before, so instead of calling my friends saying. Hey, I don't think I can do it. I decided to go with it and I made a post on craigslist, saying hey, I am starting autocracy and any writing the groom's that are looking for Harper, an inexpensive dog of her, and suppose it up on craigslist, and a couple of days later got a reply and bride and groom hired me really quickly off craigslist I still have the day job and I'm still loving. This stay job up to this point just celebrated my twelfth year employment with my current employer so I'm really happy with that, so I I am still a civil engineer and still loving it to this day sense being featured on the show, a lot of things said change in. With the weddings I've slightly increase my prices from the thirty five hundred one. I did the episode to just about a little bit over four thousand at this point, and that was primarily because I started getting a little bit more business, but then I also wanted to concentrate on other parts of the business, and so I thought okay. Let me raise my prices. Maybe they'll slow it down. It did slow it down to a point where I could start. Investing more time in other parts of the business, and so now I am dependent on what hat I'm wearing. I'm either still a wedding photographer, and that's usually primary marks through September, and then throughout the year I can either be doing commissions for landscape, and now with the newest thing with architecture. I'm slowly getting into trying to work with architects and engineers on photographing. Photographing their projects for anyone wanting to start their business, the most important aspect is know how to use camera because the thing is as photographers were basically trying to problem-solver, trying to capture an image given the conditions whether it's like conditions, weather and you are being paid to photograph that given whatever it is. I mean sometimes. It is going to be your call. Hey I cannot get that shot for you today because of a B and C and if you don't know to use your camera, you can't tell your client confidently that you can't make that happen. And you know lastly the best thing that anyone can ever do as the target for is just go out photograph every day. you know practice that skill set because there's always a lot of new technology and all the techniques. There was no one way to get an image. There's multiple routes to do it so always trying to keep fresh with your skill set, and understanding how things go and evolving I think that helps you start off in that business. Well, there are a lot of photographers out there a lot of them who are struggling trying to get their first clients and such. If. That's you if you know somebody, you want to go back and listen to Oliver's original story. If you missed it. Basically, he offered to do his first gigs to strangers on craigslist for a very low amount of money

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The Craigslist Photographer Returns With a Report

Side Hustle School

04:33 min | 2 months ago

The Craigslist Photographer Returns With a Report

"Hustle is over ACIS photography, and I was featured in a really early episode episode number nine. The way started with the side, hustles I always a visual person and I've always enjoyed the arts, and in doing the tiger free, since I was really young and over the years. When you're young, you're still learning photography and you start off in the days, and you don't have a job to pay the bill you basically just. kind of stopped, but then what happened with this particular side Hustle in college, a gained the reputation, being known as the guy with the camera, and in my senior year I got asked by a friend to photograph for wedding, and so I said yes. At that time. I didn't really know it didn't even start doing any waiting at that point, but I knew I was excited to try. and. When I kinda sat down, and excitement stopped the realization of all. My Gosh I'm a photograph. My friend's wedding and I've never done this before, so instead of calling my friends saying. Hey, I don't think I can do it. I decided to go with it and I made a post on craigslist, saying hey, I am starting autocracy and any writing the groom's that are looking for Harper, an inexpensive dog of her, and suppose it up on craigslist, and a couple of days later got a reply and bride and groom hired me really quickly off craigslist I still have the day job and I'm still loving. This stay job up to this point just celebrated my twelfth year employment with my current employer so I'm really happy with that, so I I am still a civil engineer and still loving it to this day sense being featured on the show, a lot of things said change in. With the weddings I've slightly increase my prices from the thirty five hundred one. I did the episode to just about a little bit over four thousand at this point, and that was primarily because I started getting a little bit more business, but then I also wanted to concentrate on other parts of the business, and so I thought okay. Let me raise my prices. Maybe they'll slow it down. It did slow it down to a point where I could start. Investing more time in other parts of the business, and so now I am dependent on what hat I'm wearing. I'm either still a wedding photographer, and that's usually primary marks through September, and then throughout the year I can either be doing commissions for landscape, and now with the newest thing with architecture. I'm slowly getting into trying to work with architects and engineers on photographing. Photographing their projects for anyone wanting to start their business, the most important aspect is know how to use camera because the thing is as photographers were basically trying to problem-solver, trying to capture an image given the conditions whether it's like conditions, weather and you are being paid to photograph that given whatever it is. I mean sometimes. It is going to be your call. Hey I cannot get that shot for you today because of a B and C and if you don't know to use your camera, you can't tell your client confidently that you can't make that happen. And you know lastly the best thing that anyone can ever do as the target for is just go out photograph every day. you know practice that skill set because there's always a lot of new technology and all the techniques. There was no one way to get an image. There's multiple routes to do it so always trying to keep fresh with your skill set, and understanding how things go and evolving I think that helps you start off in that business. Well, there are a lot of photographers out there a lot of them who are struggling trying to get their first clients and such. If. That's you if you know somebody, you want to go back and listen to Oliver's original story. If you missed it. Basically, he offered to do his first gigs to strangers on craigslist for a very low amount of money

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New York - Long Beach Man Accused Of Trying To Sell Resident-Only Beach Passes

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

New York - Long Beach Man Accused Of Trying To Sell Resident-Only Beach Passes

"Ten a long island beach a Long Beach man has been arrested after police busted him for trying to sell beach passes cops say Damien at Davidson bought for residents only seasonal beach passes four hundred and forty dollars each and try to sell them on Craigslist for two hundred fifty Bucks a piece the ad said the prices were negotiable in the passes are good all summer long beach police say they sent in an undercover cop who bought two of the passes Davidson is now charged with scheming to

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LAPD arrests woman in Santa Monica suspected of selling unapproved COVID-19 test kits on Craigslist

KNX Evening News

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

LAPD arrests woman in Santa Monica suspected of selling unapproved COVID-19 test kits on Craigslist

"A woman has been arrested by the LAPD and accused of selling fully kits to test for corona virus antibodies in your blood following a tip from federal agencies spotted an ad for the tests on Craig's list and did another cover by detective Todd booth of commercial crimes division so they moved on the woman arrested her near an apartment in Santa Monica she approximately sixty one kits and other paraphernalia there would be associated with constructing more kids the kits which had Chinese markings on the minute English label of rapid tester being sold for fifty dollars a piece well the woman will be charged with multiple misdemeanor counts regarding the sale of non approved medical test investigators are trying to trace the source of the kits to determine if she was acting alone or as part of a larger operation Dimitry can extend seventy

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"craigslist" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

04:17 min | 3 months ago

"craigslist" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Your couch okay. Here's some so this is a little game. I want to play with Fumi. It's called quarantine ads. And so what I did was I wrote. I found I found some ads. Quarantine ads that are on craigslist. And you know we're just going to read these and foodies job is to guess who wrote this ad Okay okay Okay here's a guy I'm gonna read one for We we only got two so white male early seventies but has physique of a thirty year old according to my doctor seeks partner for fun long one way conversations watching cable news very wealthy currently lives in giant historic mansion with multiple properties. All over the world and Florida must be okay with previous family baggage. Who wrote this ad? This is my big donny. Donny Don big big on I think he that dude is oh my gosh it's He is speaking of human touch. I don't think anyone's I mean. Definitely his wife hasn't touched in a while I think so. Do you think they have sex? I mean there have children together right do that. Yeah isn't bear baron. Oh Aaron Yeah Yeah which by the way. Barron somehow became like six five. Have you seen recently? He six five now. I mean like when he when he when he got into the when they started. This is obviously for years ago. He was like thirteen or something and he was like he was probably like five foot and now he's like six two. It's crazy it's wild because he fuck and fees everybody big MACs. Because that's all you can eat. Man Law allows McDonald's man. This is big Don. Yeah I think big Don has definitely done some shady shit on craigslist for sure. I would also like big Sean. I think he should have to show everybody his penis after before he leaves the White House. What are the how come I just? I just need to know what's going on down just like to just make sense of it all you know because you know what that'd be. Yeah that'd be funny if we see it and we're all like Oh this makes sense. Yeah okay makes sense. All of a sudden the entire country goes oh like. Oh this is why this four years have been. Oh Man Yeah. Hey you're you're right guy all right that was that's got one. Okay here's another one. Here's another quarantine ad again. This is an ad on craigslist. And I'm going to read it Founded and so and I guess who wrote it okay. Small virus from huge family seeks life partnerships for fun awkward. Dates loves getting frisky but also loves long-term. Dependability must be okay with open relationships. No drugs especially antivirals for twenty. Okay this this is my Rona. Oh you know it's not Rona nine. No this one is this is this is another virus. A virus at at you know we've been forgetting about him. It's herpes my boy Hammadoun. We've forgotten about him. Herpes Dude you know. Herpes is all about lifelong relationships. Once you get herpes he's never leaving you okay. Now he's never leaving you you know. He's he's going to be hanging for a long time. Now that like Krona's fucking causing such chaos in our country like we really like or really kind of mean to herpes longtime you know we were really feel like we were mistreated purpose. I feel like you know. Herpes is like you know that was that was such a good early. Two thousands virus. You Know I. I missed viruses when you know they they just were kind of funny and like you could joke about it. And it was like e convenient. You know like that's the virus. I Miss Yeah inconvenient like oh I got a little dot. They're funny. You can still go to school but exactly can rony man. This is amazing. So do I get anything for getting these two right You get herpes..

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Oregon police say man stole thousands of N95 masks

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Oregon police say man stole thousands of N95 masks

"Police in Oregon recover thousands of stolen respirator masks about two dozen boxes of N. ninety five masks went missing from the rebuilding center in Portland each case contained four hundred of the protective masks police tracked them down when they turned up for sale on Craigslist police arrested forty two year old Vladyslav draws deck and recovered about six cases of the masks they later found about seven more boxes stored inside a whole drastic is charged with theft in the first degree all the recovered masks are now being donated to hospitals in Oregon to help respond to the covert nineteen

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Special Guest Reveals Top 5 YouTube Traffic Secrets

Marketing Secrets

07:01 min | 5 months ago

Special Guest Reveals Top 5 YouTube Traffic Secrets

"Jomar Folio Joe. How're you doing what's happening? Hey glad to be here for that. Awesome intro man. This is the first time we live interview on the show before which is which is really exciting. I love comic'll boards in the back. So dead man just waiting for the two club exit. Come in the mail to even out the set so it's GonNa be awesome. Joe One last Last week he said he got one which is pretty cool so all right so obviously. We don't have a ton of time but a lot of questions for you. So inside of the Traffic Secrets Book is a whole chapter on Youtube traffic. And most of it I pull from you because you are. The Guy who on our team is doing stuff and And you've done such an amazing job and so most of the things are are there from you and so This is kind of to teach people about what's happening inside the book but also just get them to know you and understanding Youtube. So why do you think different than all the other platforms? That are that are out there. You instagram facebook twitter. Take all of a sudden like why is youtube like why are you so passionate about you too? You know so. It like a facebook instagram. And see a of people like it's very It's sometimes easier for them to build a big following on facebook or instagram. The kind of go to youtube and they struggle a little bit. And it's because you to isn't just a social media platform. It is a social media platform. It's also a search engine where people are searching for certain certain topics searching how to do something but you also have to do with you too is not only put up content that engaging that people wanNA watch that has value but you also have to add kind of a story element to it in the one thing that you don't want to do and I see people do. This is kind of repurpose. Your content like say you have constantly putting up facebook and instagram. Our podcast in you like you distribute to all these different channels. If you put on Youtube a lot of times you're going to find. It's not going to get that much traction and think about youtube like this like when you watch you to be set like you guys are out there and you're watching. Youtube. Why do you subscribe to a certain channel? You're going to subscribe right. Maybe you'll they're showing you how to make money online or how to grow your right. But there's a ton of videos on there that talk about like how to go to your instagram channel. But it's like what makes you subscribe. WanNa Watch somebody. It's going to be their personalities can be the way the engaged with you and it's going to be the way the content comes across so what. I would say for Youtube. The differences is treat you to like. It's its own thing. Make videos just for you to try to approach it not as a marketer but as a creator not you're gonNA sell anything but that you're going to like build your audience and you following. Yeah one of my favorite things about Youtube is talked about in the book a little bit like every every social platform. I'd say facebook live like we're doing right now. It's happening and then like it'll drop. It'll be here for next couple of days. It'll drop down the news feed and eventually disappears. Nobody'll ever siegen whereas youtube is like the only platform where you create something and then it grows over time because not just social social and it search and that's why it's so it's it's different 'cause you create something if you create the right way then it sits there and to grow throughout time as opposed to everything else was seems to diminish over time and so it gives at least for me. Who's WHO's creating stuff. It gives me more incentive craigslist. It's nice because it lasts beyond the moment whereas facebook live. Is there for a moment? Then it's gone where youtube it can last for for forever. I mean like. We talked about earlier. Overcome Nagasaki Videos overcoming pornography addiction? Like they still get hundreds and hundreds of US every single month. We don't even sell the product anymore which is probably sad. Because you're an affiliate making money when I know that video. I think I think you're screech out when you were doing. The bucket has hundreds of clicks on their in what it does the content builds on each other. So you put the video video out three years ago in if you keep putting contin out. It's like you're gonNA keep getting lead you're going to keep getting people subscribing watching your stuff like you said yet just doesn't disappear is built on up into the question. This is off the questions that you sent me as pre questions. I'm excited about this one. I hope that's okay. I'm GonNa put you on the spot a little bit but I think a lot of times. People think youtube strategies like okay. I've got to make the most perfect video in the world. And you look at companies like dollarshaveclub drive for example Where they made this video goes crazy viral and then built the company up and then he sells to whoever sold for a billion dollars right. And so we're like okay. I've got to make the perfect youtube video and my people stress about and because they never actually make something at all versus like you told me book example talked about the strategy like Gillette or or other things like that we talked about that because that's a strategy that more people like me can actually do of not like going to make the perfect video instead. It's looking at it a little bit differently. We talked about how how how led to their strategy. How we can use that as well. Yeah so so. Here's thing when you guys are starting your Youtube Channel. Think of it like in the first thing you WanNa do is really go deep in unique whatever you're doing like so for example. Gillette what they did was. They didn't go out there and say well they did. They try to make a viral video like dollar shave club in a flat rate. So what they did was they said. Listen we want to dominate for the keyword? How to shave because people that watch how to shave videos by our product right to the shave your head how to save your back at a shave your legs right needed. All these videos that got hundreds thousands millions of US and they were very targeted to their subscribers. So the thing I would tell people is figure out what your knee. Shas figure out. What you're you're going to go after and go deep in that niche handle like the way you explained the whole blue ocean strategy and expert secrets Because you know the one thing you don't WanNa do is go and look at someone has a million subscribers and then follow what they do right so like say you're doing because you know they've already been established they already have a huge audience. Say you're doing Amazon. So you WANNA do is go through. Amazon. Say Okay. Make videos on Amazon Amazon. Fbi on Amazon drop shipping on Amazon affiliate and they go through hit every every time anything that would searching for Amazon. You WanNa make a video on and it doesn't have to be a perfect video like you said it just has to be engaging enough to get to get retention but doesn't have to be this high production video but we don't want to do is you don't WanNa make a video on Amazon video on how to make money online. Then make a video on procrastination and then they video on the current right you you want. You wanted to. If you're just starting like you want to create like this this is traffic lean. That Youtube knows okay. When Joe put the video out it's going to be on Amazon and then the then they'll start showing your video for more to more and more people that search like the Amazon stuff and then you could expand out there

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Attention Capital's Joe Marchese on the crisis - and opportunity - in how we measure eyeballs on the internet

Digiday Podcast

11:29 min | 5 months ago

Attention Capital's Joe Marchese on the crisis - and opportunity - in how we measure eyeballs on the internet

"Welcome to the digital podcast Brian. Marcy this week I'm joined by Joe. Marquel JOE is the former Fox executive who is now the CEO of attention capital an investment firm and operating company. That's focused on those media. Companies THAT CAPTURE ATTENTION. Attention is required. One property girl boss. Jani discuss why he thinks the attention. Konami is in what he calls a state of subprime. And why you can still build an AD media company in two thousand twenty but just not one that's based on. Cpm DISPLAY ADS. Hope you enjoy Joe. Walk into podcasts. I thank you for having known each other so long. We have this is this is Serious throwback here so going back to social vibe you're we're GonNa talk about Social Vibe later. Gay But what you're doing. I mean you've had you've had a really fascinating career. I mean I think when we first knew each other You start up then And you went through that startup pivoted. You did the pivot and everything this you sold it. Yup He had an accent the and then instead of doing the sort of serial entrepreneur route you went in to like a large media organization. Yeah and so You saw the innards of that right and now you're back sort of on. I would say the investor side but something more explain. What attention is so? I mean attention is a company. It's an IT's an operating company It's just a company that's built to buy other companies And and kind of that fit a particular thesis okay. What's the thesis That the entire global economy runs on top of the attention. Economy of which advertising is the most visible market And that the attention economy is in a state of subprime. Okay explain The mets like subprime. Yeah yeah the the metrics that we use to measure Attention or that we used to represent attention or becoming less and less tied to what people are actually spending their time doing so. I think that there's An opportunity right now to say that there are things that have better and more attention or higher quality attention than the metrics give them credit for I mean you guys talk about this plenty and digitally as cover the industry of advertising but in the in the chase of really what we'd call vanity metrics impressions and page views an There so uncoupled from what people are actually what quality attention is and so therefore things that have quality attention are probably undervalued of put simpler We've kind of convinced the world's been convinced by by big tech for the most part that everything can be measured And if you can't measure it don't buy it then that to me makes makes me think everything that's hard to measure is probably undervalued. Yeah but you've kind of been on about this for a while you're right because I can remember talking to you about different like different metrics. Vp and whatnot. Because you saw the problems when it comes to CBC or CPM right And then I'm sure like within than Fox. He saw the limits particularly of of how. Tv is measured. Yeah and and you know it's funny People assume that you'd really hate TV. Measurement as a digital person. Yeah but to be honest like I'm kind of bullish on panel data because panel data. It's hard to fraud Like like I mean they you know. There's there can be entire phone farms. In other countries that Census data like digital data. Pick up but sit at digital guys. Were always an usually. They're all guys. I were always railing against Nielsen. And how terrible Nielsen is and you get to the other side and your leg. Actually this isn't that no no. It's not that bad I will say like look. Nielsen can be inaccurate. But there's not a warehouse full of TV's racking fake impressions right like like panel. Data is a representation of What a certain set of people are doing. And then you extrapolate like. This is how much time we have the. You know. It's all the classic things like every every four there's more ad impressions in the world and digital world. The more people are watching more ads. And Chiavari think we're just trying to shove them in there so this is all true so why in the world of all the things that you would want to invest in would media. I mean it seems like a terrible. I don't WanNa talk you out of it. It's too late to do too late. I'm here explain to me why this is an opportunity so I actually think that I think there's a couple of things that that are huge opportunities right now which is As platforms grow and as as they chased these vanity. Metrics Trust begins to erode right quality. Goes Down I mean look all platforms engineered towards volume not quality. And and what I mean by that is they are if you make something for a penny and sell it for two pennies. You've made a penny of profit if you make something for ten dollars until it for twelve dollars you've made two dollars of profit. Humans like the two dollars of profit that makes sense computers. Say That none of that. Penny one hundred percent margin. Let's do that a trillion times right and that is why you see like some of the largest advertisers in the world on on the major platforms. are selling very low cost goods right so same thing applies to products as applies to news so in this world where trust is a roading. the curator brands kind of become king. Like no one goes to the front page of Amazon negotiating. You don't you. Don't start at the front page of time to go shopping. You come there with an idea of what you're going to buy And I think the great example of this wire cutter right. I mean wire cutter which you know. curates what electronics. You should buy. has built trust with the community Obviously The New York Times acquired a while ago but these curator's in wire cutter I think is to the next evolution of of the web. I guess we're still going at the Web. Go for here. What craigslist was to the window version? and then post craigslist. There was Angie's list and that was a brand being put on top of it. I mean I have something to shock you With Angie did not meet every contractor. Angie's list those are those are television. Commercials Yeah and that's a brand that got built up and why does that matter? We'll because people would start there rather than starting out a search engine or starting an open platform. I think what's interesting is particularly. Let's stick with the wire cutter as an example. I mean people in media. I think love love the wire cutter. I think with good reason Mostly because it's an anti-scale play anything algorithm mic. It seems like is gamed. Yes I mean because when you go to Amazon and like I don't know about you but if I'm buying those like okay the bestseller best reviews whatever and then you're like you know we've written about it you know there's Yup armies of fake one hundred dollars and anything that can be gamed like that will be and that's what brands are supposed to be. So I I'm a huge fan like I am. I am anti a lot of things in the way. Advertising is kind of polluted The Internet and chasing kind of the metrics that don't matter I'm a huge fan of brands. See Brands are the things that you hold responsible for that you trust too right like Brand less like Kind of commodities. If there's you know lead in the toy or they're you know the you know the classic stories of you know Tylenol. An the the brand is the thing that consumers hold responsible when you go to a platform It's almost like you. They're extracting the margin from brands. And I think that there's a huge role to be played in. In consumers minds to be building up brands that can be cures for them for different areas of life. Okay so this was the the the thesis differentiated. Good time because trust is is you know. I think there was that article Max read wrote. It does sort of everything is fake on the Internet a couple years ago. That sort of summed up this this period that you know we were talking over the years right. It was all leading up to this this primis of online advertising See Pile of money That'd be nice right money. It's attention capital capital. So it's a great way nickname your company capital and people like you and I can only imagine So how much what is like two hundred million. I NOT NON reported non real time to to talk. I don't know so. What have you bought so far So first partnered with James Murdoch's lupus systems we bought the TRIBECA Film Festival invested in controlling stakes together and then Girl boss most recently company. Okay so explain. Each of those different types of properties. But why does this fit your thesis? Well so you look at areas of life where people are looking for curation in so tribeca in the entertainment space and girl boss kind of in employment career Lifestyle and so the way we look at it as he'd attention capital is there's two types of things there's community brands so we define a community. Brandis if they threw an event. Would someone get on an airplane and go there Do they permission to curate? Some aspect of the world's tribeca. Obviously they haven't event They literally curate films. They don't make all the films they tell you. Here's what to see with someone. Where the brand on their t shirt. They don't have to be an apparel company but people would wear tribeca shirt and is the community self sustaining without always having to make content right because if you always have to make content. That's a treadmill that you have to run on versus. Is there a community of people who people go the events The thing that gets the most exciting about TRIBECA 's ethos as a brand that was founded after nine eleven downtown. We're here in downtown. New York and And the idea of independent storytelling equality versus volume. Like you just can't see that many movies like we have to be able to curate down to select few all of those things I mean. That's a brand that were incredibly excited about and a founder and CEO. And Jane Rosenthal that we want to work with and kind of expand I. I'm struck that both of them have a quote unquote events component. They're able to turn people out Yup We we are big believers digital so I might be talking my own book cure but we think that there is something to be said about you know and I think people are coming around to about being able to turn out a community of people. Hundred percent We are huge huge believers in in a I R L digital connection real life to digital connection that it's proof that you have that type of influence in the world like versus again factory said the algorithms can be game but people showing up at a movie theater camp. Yeah I mean like you know. I always went back to the sort of game. Of Game of thrones recaps. It's like you know the the reason that there were. So many. Game of thrones recaps. Is I mean it's not just because of like passion or the brand is it's it's because that's what turned page views right exactly. It's entrepreneur right. I don't hate the player. Geno hate the game. I agree on some of the players.

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Bob Stolzberg, Voice Pioneer, Shares Some Wise Words

Future Ear Radio

04:27 min | 6 months ago

Bob Stolzberg, Voice Pioneer, Shares Some Wise Words

"Hey folks I'm Bob Stolberg the founder and CEO of Voice X. P.. I started voice. Xp back in January of twenty seventeen. So it's been three years We basically build voice APPS and most recently we released a platform that allows anybody to create their own voice APP With not coding. It only takes minutes and the voice apps that they can create a premium meaning. They're built for businesses to get Roi and they do things like syntax tax messages and emails. But we didn't start that way. We started off three years ago building custom skills for businesses and we were really looked at as an agency or a services model and This year we twenty nineteen. We pivoted to assess model with our product platform. So I like to think of Ben around a little bit. Some of our customers are hallmark. CENTURYLINK MERC- Tivo CLICO Square. Banner Health Amazon with we've got a lot and what's what's great is. I think we've covered a lot of ground. Meaning we've delivered for a lot of different customer summer doing diverse things both on Alexa and Google and Samsung so by by being early in the space That's that's really helped us out because it gives us the insight into what customers want where the technology is going and certainly given us some edges and I'm like for example. Were the only ones in the world who have a craigslist simple platform to build skills with these advanced features that you know you can deploy this stuff. Globally globally. So by being a first market mover invoice has been awesome but it's been a lot of work And a lot of trial and error fillers too. So I think it's cool like bring Bob on Bob's local. Were both Saint Louis guys and so I said Hey I want to get you on the podcast. And he's like you. Do you want me to come on. Live and I was like yeah when I so. It's cool though because you know Bob has been in the space like he said for three years and the recent I wanted to bring him on was as like we're we're recording this in the middle of December twenty nineteen and so we're heading into twenty twenty and I'm thinking hurry I want to get. It's somebody on the shell light into like what those first few formative years were like with somebody that's been on the forefront of Alexa so just voice technology general and so Bob. Why don't you share with other lake in the first few years you know? Let's say call it. Twenty seventeen to twenty twenty a little bit before that. What like what have been so your biggest learnings as this thing has evolved and matured in the way that you sort of view the technology today as opposed to maybe initially when I started to get involved in this space? Yeah it's a really good question I don't thank. You need to hire an expensive agency. I know you don't need to hire a developer for this because we built a platform that allows you to crank stuff out and I think there's a lot of misconceptions about voice where you know you really need to dig into a strategy. Excuse me and figure out. Well what are we going to do. WHO's the audience? We're GONNA go after and the simple answer. Is You need to treat your voice experience just like your website and when I talked to my customers I I said when you launched your website in the nineties or two thousands whatever it was you had something really simple and you know I. It told people about you your products and services says and you know maybe you had a forum on there they could opt into contact your sales or something and get your contact info. Let's start with that. You know you don't need to have this campaign that needs to run and attract a certain demographic it's great to have a contest or or some purpose for your skill but you should just treat it as a basic identity tea and you know just seeing We worked on really big hundred dollar campaigns down to two thousand five hundred dollars two hundred dollars a month skills and and I've just seen how easy it is now to create these voice apps with the right tools and a good marketer should know how to market their a website and by looking at it through that lens going. Hey if my voice APP is just like my website. How am I going to get it out there? They're able to do

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How to Get Rid of Your Stuff (Part 2)

A Slob Comes Clean

08:06 min | 6 months ago

How to Get Rid of Your Stuff (Part 2)

"To get rid of staff things to to think about Art WanNa make money or do you want to get stuff out of your house. It's legitimate if you need to make money I'm not going to sit here and tell you to not because you know sometimes you need to make the money but the goal is to get stuff out so do. Do you need to make money or do you just want to get stuff out of the house kind of make that distinction between the two. Do you need to make money or is it more important to you to give up this potential money and just get stuff out faster ebay. ebay is a kind of that. Holy Grail. I know. I've talked about this before in podcasts casts right. I feel like this whole time. I've been looking at this. I've kind of looked up different ones. This is what happens when you've two hundred forty one podcasts. You feel like I've done one on this before but hey here's what I'll say it'll be different this time. Okay so ebay is a lot of work it just is I used to eat it Ebay Ebay all the a time like that was what I did all the time. We got me into this. Clutter mess or at least part of it and I used to do that on a regular basis and because I did that I know how much work it is. Okay and how much time it takes. It takes a lot more than just the one week's auction and now they have all these different options for you as a seller too and. I'm not sure how it used to be that you had to like be a seller at a certain in point to be able to do like a buy it now option of the same way anymore but like you can just put stuff up for sale. That means it's sitting in your house. Okay and not only is it. Sitting in your house has to be sitting in your house in a way where it's not getting damaged in any way so it has to be sitting taking up some real actual space in your home so if you want to sell something on Ebay go for it. Just know that it's work okay because there's the research ahead of time. There is the photographing items on Ebay. You happy hat because of the whole you're going to get feedback from somebody and they're gonNA be mad if they don't get what they thought they were GonNA get. You have to list. Every single flaw flaw. My aunt sells on Ebay. She's really great at it and she has an amazing ability to like do it in a way where. She's not excessive. The way that I was I mean she really they. She does a great job at it but she was just telling me recently. She's like yeah she said there. Is this one little teeny tiny flaw that we missed and and she tries to be over the top with how she describes things and take picture takes pictures of every teeny tiny thing that could be a flaw. That is all time. That's time it's research. It's the researching to figure out what sells and what doesn't sell okay and remember my number one advice if this whole allure of ebay is a real thing for you. My number one thing thing that I advise you to do is to go to ebay dot com check the completed listings for the item that you're thinking about selling. Don't don't pay attention to how much people want for it. Only pay attention to how much money people are actually getting for this same item that you have okay and there's generally in in most cases somebody tried to sell something just like what you have on e Bay in the not too distant past and so you can look and see that and a lot of times just doing that will make you go. Oh yeah not worth my time but if it is worth your time go ahead and try it you know. There's IT's amazing. I say this because I didn't have this when I was is selling on Ebay back in the olden days but you know I didn't have a smartphone. They didn't exist back then because they didn't exist. The things you can they do now where you actually take the pictures and upload it straight from your phone without core hurts and all that kind of stuff and camera cards and all the things that I had to do That was just a a much I. It's it's easier now than it used to be. Just be careful. Just be really really careful and research how much it's GonNa cost to ship something so that you do not end up going in the whole doing this. Can you tell that I don't advise Ebay. I just really don't I mean I know a lot of you actually do sell on on Ebay but the ones who do sell on Ebay you know why I'm discouraging people from doing it because you've known people who've made really bad mistakes and charged too little for shipping and and then the item sold for a low price and they basically are. They did lose money. You know I mean so I don't feel like I'm GONNA offend people who sell on Ebay because y'all are exactly the people who know much work it is okay right because also those of you sell on Ebay. I'm sure you experience what I did because I love talking about it. It was like my favorite thing to talk about which just Kinda funny considering the thing. That's actually been successful for me. Which is writing about my deep dark secret in its thing? I don't WanNa talk about but I used to love talking to my Ebay and people would ask me about it and maybe like oh I should do that and you know I mean I just sit there and I would think I can pretty much tell from the way you're talking. You have no idea idea. You're not listening to the part of me saying how much work this is. Your only hearing that I pay twenty five cents for ten dollars or whatever. Okay so ebays. A thing There's other ways to sell online if it doesn't work there another way. Is You know putting things in those facebook groups in the free cycle groups or the. There's buy nothing sell nothing groups where you're just simply giving things away or if you don't WanNa deal with strangers and it's not something super embarrassing. Put it just on your personal facebook account your personal thing where you say. Hey does anybody local want this come pick it up today that works. I mean. I've done that for things that were you know. Big and hard to get rid of that. I knew that somebody would wanna just say hey does any. I think we did that with them. The bed frame that my daughter had when when she Saved up and bought herself a new bed. You know what I mean like our old bed frame. I just put on facebook and said Hey. Does anybody need this and it was gone that day. You know so that that kind of stuff is it's it's great to make use of those types of things but kind of tipping point in my brain here is. Does this make it easier to get rid of this item. Is it easier to put it on facebook or by nothing group or or even sell it for five or ten dollars. Is it easier to do that. Dot then to have to haul it myself to a donation place and sometimes that's the case when you're talking about a bed frame or a mattress or something which I think there's issues with donating mattresses. I'm pretty sure but anyway. I don't know I'm not giving you any expert professional advice. They're Philip. I've heard something about that anyway. Like they don't let you. I don't know but don't take my word for it. Call whatever place you want to donate but the point is if it makes makes it easier to put it on facebook and say hey who wants a free piano. The person who's really excited to get a piano which I'm just going to be honest and tell you that. I've seen a whole lot of people pianos on facebook for free that nobody wanted. I love my piano so I understand but anyway but putting it up there as free means means that the person who's GonNa get it is excited to get it. They're going to bring their own track there and bring their own people to haul things although you may have to help him but that it's going to get things out more quickly and easily than you having to load it into something and then holly somewhere and loader soon I'm saying so the goal here there's always how do I get stuff out most quickly and break through my own decluttering paralysis and all that kind of stuff. You know craigslist. Just be careful with it. I mean there are people who buy and sell on craigslist all the time and have amazing stories and all this and then there's also scary stories. You guys I don't want anything bad to happen to you guys so always be super careful. Don't let people come to your home that you don't know Blah Blah Blah. Be Really careful awful. But I'm just saying it is an option out there you know for advertising certain things but anyway just be careful okay.

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Junkyard Etiquette

CarStuff

08:30 min | 6 months ago

Junkyard Etiquette

"I know we've had several conversations about what we're going to talk talk about today and I felt that there's no sense it's just you and I maybe we could have a similar conversation or kind of a revamp of that with some some new information. Maybe just some different stories. He's to kind of pass around. But we're GONNA be talking about junkyards and I guess in the same salvage yard. It's all the same thing really junkyards and salvage yards today. And Kurt I I asked you off air if you had much experience with junkyards in the past and you said not necessarily is that right. Yeah and I don't Personally early but growing up in the south you meet those folks that are I mean I say this with affection but I'm talking about the junker types. And they go. They visit the salvage ajar defined those parts that everyone hopes they find when they go to the salvage yards. You know the parts that are desirable now. These are the treasure seekers that you're you're talking about those type D. Yeah I understand. You know the people that Again not in any way disparaging people drinkers. Because I am one or I used to be one that would love to kind of hang out and junkyards. It's an gather things and find things and try to at least do my best to do. I never really found any gems along the way I never found anything that was really worth You know hanging on the wall or anything. If I looked harder when I was younger I would still have some of those things that would be classic items that would be great to have on the garage wall. Like maybe be some old fenders or maybe you know a grill or something but at the time you know. You're looking at the stuff and it's like it's not really old at that point. But now he would be classic Isaac Parts. That would be something that you know you look back at with nostalgia some sort but you know I would find You know I I would try to stop places along the way if I was taking a road trip. I'd you know it was on my own. I was on my own schedule as well be able to pull off and check out the local junk yard in these small towns ought to go through and you know even if it's just well I would say that's like even it's GonNa be ten minutes but it's not just ten minutes. He kind of caught up in the stuff you know walking around and looking at the the cars they get older as you go to the back of the line sometimes And while we're reminiscing allergists say that I used to remember seeing junkyards. I mean not everywhere but they were more calm and you drive on the country roads and you would see junkyards you know here and there and nowadays at least down South there overgrown Kudzu. Now you don't really see them. junkyards seemed to be more and they're organized. Businesses is more so than they are just A bunch of cars out in the field somewhere next to someone's house. You make a very good point here. So you're you're talking about You know the old Almost Kenneth Starr abused by accident but almost by accident towing business or something and started to store cars and You know then decided. Well I'M GONNA start parts from those cars that I picked up and you know they kind of They evolve that way so they become a small time junkyard salvager dealer or they intended that and they you know have a few acres the property and they they want to become that but it does require some maintenance it requires bringing in new vehicles occasionally getting rid of the old vehicles sometimes when they're pretty much picked over you know to the point where it's just a big hunk of metal that no one could really use rusted or were bent or damaged beyond repair so there's some maintenance even with a small lot that's required but we're talking about today I think in general we'll go back and forth a little bit but we're talking about the ones that are the big ones where there's an inventory list online and there are auctions that are held on the site and they'll specials they charge admission to Gwen because they don't want people just going in because there's ways that people can go in there and actually make not a living they can make a decent profit for the day I guess especially if you know when they get the new cars then because they have they rotate cars a little more frequently than they used to two years ago. Oh sure yeah so you know I. I'm a big fan of the old time junkyards as well. The kind you know that are just kind of heaps of cars that are piled in there. you know kind of Willy Nilly early and you can walk around and pick them pick out parts or look at whatever you want and longtime ago you know when I was walking through some of these I I remember being out in the middle of winter in the snow. Trying to uncover some things. And you know there's an old sixty seven Mustang and You know nearby you might find the Mustang emblem from it and You know you could either their purchase or if you were on the other side of things you could maybe pocket then walkout. I'd I didn't really I never stole any parts I'll be honest with you. I didn't take anything I've been with people at places that have done something like that. I didn't think it was. You just didn't feel right to me to be able to do something like that To Nab a part that normally you know this guy would have made a dollar off of whatever is didn't feel right doing it but a lot of people are okay with doing that and then buying something bigger also you find a lot of parts walkout of junkyards but maybe some of the some of the coolest things I found. Of course you know you find old vehicles that you're interested in but maybe just passing fancy you know like you can look at it and say oh. There's a fifty seven Chevy body. I haven't seen one of those in a long time. It's kind of cool. Look in and see what's left and maybe check out. They've got an old stereo in there. They got the old steering wheel. Maybe parts that people still might go back and pick right but you know or can of worthwhile looking at while you're there. I found an old car in now. I went to school high school in Southeastern Michigan and I was traveling up up in northern Michigan. Not The up but right at the northern tip of Michigan not the upper peninsula bit lower peninsula and my friends and I were walking around this This lot in the wintertime became across. I think it was an old microbus. VW Microbus head a A parking sticker from our high schools parking lot from decades prayer. So somebody I don't know if they hit however there's got to be a story to how it ended up where it did have no idea how it ended up where it did but that same. What was one where you'd walk around and you'd find that they've taken an old Camper top from pickup truck maybe and put it on the ground and torn out the windows and put in chicken wire and there were chickens. Living in and you're the have crazy things like that laying around you know that you're you're wondering what is the story behind all this junk. That's here who's WHO's WHO's The oddball character? That's operating this place. That is the thing that if you go in and talk to the owners of these you know before you walk around. You'll find that a lot of times you're gonNA come across some real interesting character. Some people that have great stories to to tell you want to listen to them or you know maybe. Maybe they're not so nice. Maybe they're nice. Maybe you know everybody has their own demeanor and it's interesting to kind of figure out who who knows knows. What in the area like who's WHO's an expert on Packard's or corvair is or maybe British sports cars or you know who has You know the The market cornered on the import parts in this town there. Some of these bigger ones have sections that are that are just strictly for imports. In some that are just for Chrysler and some Ford and some GM parts and other lots are all mixed up. You know. There's there's all variety of things you can find these junkyards and I know that it's over explaining all this you know. Does this long long lead into this whole thing but some of these these lots especially the newer ones have an incredible amount of organization to them. And they're really meticulous about how they have them laid out yeah. They thrive on keeping their inventory somewhat. Fresh and organized in Moderating it to a certain degree although as I've found out there's there's a lot of shenanigans that go on inside of these places as well. Yeah yeah you know by We'll wait by the customers or by the owners by the customer. The customer service Sube. I'm talking more about the people that go in there and you know rifle through the car's yeah you know Later you know as as we get toward Near the end of this I would. I would like to share some I guess what. I'll call junkyard etiquette with you. If you don't mind valuable for people to hear that well I think so too case 'cause you ever find yourself in a junkyard and you you just don't know you know which for goes on which side where your your spoon goes that kind of thing all right but Yeah there's there's definitely junkyard etiquette and people will call you out on these mistakes if you make them you know some people get not angry but has the L. A.. Frustrated with your behavior if you're not doing things in the way that they feel is the proper way to do things because there are regulars to these people go regularly pick parts. You can make money by doing that if you know what to look for. And that's another kind of interesting angle. This whole thing is that you if you know the valuable parts keep your eyes open because you might just run across these at any point you might be going for a party specifically need and run across something that that you have filed away in your memory. Bank is like Oh that's something that people pay a lot of money for on Ebay were on craigslist. Or wherever how hard would it be pulled that part out and sell it on Ebay. If you have an account I mean it's it might be pretty good profit generator for you.

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From Chevy Monte Carlo to Ford Escape

CarStuff

05:06 min | 7 months ago

From Chevy Monte Carlo to Ford Escape

"For years. I've been driving one interational of a Monte Carlo or another and all of all of our longtime listeners you guys have been with you guys have heard my trials and travails with that with that car and you know what it's like when you own a car for a long time and you know it's idiosyncrasies you get used to not having a car payment which is beautiful And eventually I had to give up the ghost man. I still have my Monte Carlo. But a new car. Yeah all right. Well Yeah it's three ninety nine money. No I got a twenty-seven four escape. 'cause I got a great deal on seventeen four. Okay okay. Very good news car. I've ever driven and I'm actually taking possession of it like all. The deals stuff is taking possession of it tomorrow as we're recording. Congratulations -gratulations well. Let's let's hope. It's I still have the Monte Carlo. Though it's you know I won't be able to sell it for anything I understand. Maybe your data take it. He takes he takes on projects. Like this right. Yeah maybe maybe he will. Well I you know I'm I'm just a couple questions if you don't mind we have to jump into shoe topic. Yeah couple all right. So how did he find. Is that something you're buying from a dealer you buy it from a friend you buy from craigslist. What a I'm buying a used With I I found it with the help of a A third party but the the purchase itself is directing. So I've checked out the car and I literally tomorrow all I'm doing is like taking possession of it. Well color is black black. Okay black on the outside. And it's you that's another thing with the cars as little worry gain 2017 model because the color is kind of the last thing I care about. Yeah engine that works. Louis says this has sixty K.. On it but I got a good deal and I was just very happy that I didn't get stuck with you. Know like a cornflower yellow or would you. They've all these fancy car paint names like you know absent minded vermillion or whatever. I don't get it but yeah I got just a regular a black Ford escape because they gotta do some hauling road trips ahead of me and so I I wanted to get Just a little beater pickup truck but like we talked about before. We're talking about the ranger. It's tough to get the the kind of pick-up truck would want you know. No disrespect to an F.. One fifty but I don't needs something like that little manual transmission do Cedar Parking Lot which is very difficult. The nothing funny I I mean I don't know why as to color I mean. That's the last thing that you should be concerned with probably just like a prank you in the parking lot if I see right do something this thinking because I actually went through some of the old research that we had done on the the INS and outs of buying a car. What you should know and what you should avoid what you should look for Cetera Hell yeah well. In a lot of people here in the audience today have war stories and one of the things that we had said in the past. The I think maybe some people weren't on board with was that I like you know know about you will see if you're on board with us. I am very much against Buying a brand new car. Oh Yeah I just. It's just not for me. I know it's for some people but it's not for me on what about you Kurt. I'm not completely against it. Really all right so you buy a new car and it's GonNa last you for maybe four or five years. I mean depending on how much you drive but years trouble-free maybe more Miki at two hundred thousand miles on pretty much any any car nowadays I'm not totally against it. So you see some security in it if you get used to make car payment every month. It's not too that's the one thing that's the one thing 'cause I did get it like through third parties so I do have a car note again. Yeah it's just it's tough to stomach but oh you know what you've got that reliability you've got You know the the the solid feel again of a car underneath you because I know what it's like to go from an older vehicle to newer vehicle and I'm I'm back to the position now by the way where mind is feeling older you know. It's a little more sloppy. It's not quite as it was. Yeah it's just tough to explain unless you're in the seat experience in it but a new car just has that correct feeling right feeling to it and something new to you I mean going from what year Two Thousand Four. Yeah Yeah Two Actually two thousand Two thousand six hundred sixty one thousand six hundred twenty seventeen almost ten years with many many miles on it. I'm sure it's probably just the more solid feeling vehicle underneath you. It's going to be nice. I'm excited about hearing about whatever you intend to do with this. You know honestly guys the fact that it might start it every time that I wanted to start flowing me

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January Sales 2020: Everything You Need To Know About The New Year Discounts

Clark Howard Show

05:07 min | 7 months ago

January Sales 2020: Everything You Need To Know About The New Year Discounts

"I want to just take a moment to hit you with some of the highlights of categories that historically are a deal and then talk about the ones that are more unusually discounted this year number. One this is true. Every January is fitness equipment is most heavily discounted in in January more than any other time of the year and the reason is that New Year's resolution time people are are stricken with the case the Gilts or seeing three unhappy digits on a scale and so it is like made to order for special deals on fitness equipment. I'm seeing them both online and in physical stores but I I liked to buy fitness equipment. Used and I know this may sound weird but many times. The best deals on fitness equipment anytime of year or on craigslist or on facebook neighborhood groups because a lot of times people will have bought nice exercise equipment many times new with the intention of really working out and then the only workout that equipment gets is as a place to drape clothing or something so people apple then hit a point where they give up and they say come and get it and the equipment sold nearly new but used used goes for a tiny tiny fraction of what it is new. Even when it's on sale like it is right now so heavily TV's are all the talk this week because of CIS going on the consumer electronics show and and this is the first time since. Gosh I don't even remember what year maybe two thousand nine was. The two thousand ten I guess was the first time I see something like that. I didn't go this year for the first time in all these consecutive years. Although I plan to return next next year to see us but as every other year there's all the fuss about eight K.. Televisions and A- lead. TV's TV's and Bob or Bobby Blah so for most of us that's aspirational stuff. That will become part of our lives years down the road. We just WANNA deal and the TV's that did not sell through. The Christmas shopping season are a real deal right now now and this is kind of a dead period before the new models are introduced into retail environments so there are a lot of deals. Both online and in physical stores was on televisions and normal. For this time of year bedding anything to do with housewares and bedding is a tremendous Indus. Deal in January true this year but there are a couple of things this year that are more heavily discounted than normal one one is toys. This was not the greatest year for sale of toys and this is the first year that retailers retailers bulked up so much trying to fill the market of the disappearance of toys R. US so there's a lot out of unsold inventory in the toy I'll and if you have a kid of an age that they go to a lot of birthday parties this would be a good time for you to speculatively by for a number of birthday party gifts for kids. Whose birthday parties your kid or kids are going to be going to? The other thing is clothing. Any winter clothing is more heavily discounted this year than in prior years ears and the travel sales that we normally have in January cruises airlines. All that is going on this year like normal. The airline sales are a little less generous this January than prior years because of the grounding of of the Max it has had the effect of constraining capacity. Gosh that was a stupid expression to use as such a pointy headed a communist kind of expression. There aren't as many seats out there as there would have been if the Max wasn't grounded. How's that so as a result airlines ends are not being as aggressive with the sales in January prior years but even with that? It's still a better deal. Well in most cases to buy travel

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Understanding Eco-Fascism

Eyes on Conservation Podcast

09:53 min | 8 months ago

Understanding Eco-Fascism

"Eko fascism ever heard of it or thought about it seems paradoxical but is it or is it a part of American history that has been there all along in an article dated August seven twenty nineteen G. Q.. Magazine yes yes G. Q.. Defined Eko Fascism as quote a belief that the only way to deal with climate change is through eugenics and the brutal suppression of migrants and quote. It's a philosophy that has roots in the American environmental movement. Dating back to the eighteen hundreds rate right down to the creation of our national park system. But let's start off with the recent events that inspired me to produce this episode on August Third Twenty nine a shooter in El Paso Texas Killed Twenty people at a Walmart near the border with Mexico. Nineteen minutes before the first nine one one call a hate filled. Anti immigrant manifesto appeared online. That was strangely called an inconvenient truth in the document the author makes his horrific case for ethnic cleansing as a solution to the climate crisis. I ask myself could. The shooter's deadly words and actions have been inspired by the rhetoric that has been spoken tweeted by the forty fifth president of the United States who has verbally attacked communities of color on more than one occasion this time. It's House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah. Cummings he wrote wrote. This Cummings district is disgusting rat and rodent infested mess. If he spent more time in Baltimore maybe he could help clean up this very dangerous and filthy place. No human being would want to live there infested usually reserved for references to rodents and and insects. But we've seen the president invoke infestation to criticize lawmakers before you see a pattern here just two weeks ago president trump to protect four minority congresswoman. Why don't they go back to the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came reminder three of them were born here all of them are or American infested? He says a week before his inauguration January two thousand seventeen congressman. John Lewis should spend more time on fixing in helping his district which is in horrible shape and falling apart not to mention crime infested. Donald Trump has tweeted more than forty three thousand times James. He's insulted thousands of people many different types of people but when he tweets about infestation it's about black and Brown people September number two thousand fourteen at the height of an urgent health. Emergency why are we sending thousands of ill-trained soldiers into IMBOULA. If Ebola infested areas of Africa bring the plague to the. US Obama is so stupid infested. He says there's a revolution going on in California. So many sanctuary areas is one out of this ridiculous crime infested and breeding concept infested. He says the President says about congressman. Cummings district that no human would would wanNA live there. You know who did Mr President I did. From the day I was brought home from the hospital to the day left for college and a lot of people put care about still do their challenges. No doubt but people are proud of their commuted. One sound self-righteous but people get up and go to work there the care for their families there. They love their children. WHO pledge allegiance to the flag? Just like people. Oh who live in districts of Congressman. Who Support You sir? They are Americans too. We'll be right back. After after the El Paso tragedy. I started reading articles that referred to the term Eko fascism. There seemed to be more than one. Example of racially motivated terrorist wrist attacks in the news from Christchurch New Zealand to Pittsburgh Pennsylvania to California but none so directly connected to the climate crisis as the El Paso shooting which made me deeply concerned about the ways in which humans will react when the crisis worsens. Will it bring bring out the best in humanity or the worst. I began to think more deeply about the foundations of America. Correct me if I'm wrong but post colonial. The American history seems to be filled with examples of ECO fascist ideas and axe our very own declaration of independence refers to indigenous indigenous people of this continent as merciless Indian savages. And yet. This is still a document that we celebrate every year with a national holiday and the principles of manifest destiny. An eminent domain made way for a government led genocide children being separated from their parents put in detention centers and even killed by the American government. These practices are also not new from the slave trade to Indian residential schools. American history has already set precedence every single day that we wake up we are living out our lives on stolen land. This is our history. It's history that we shouldn't turn away from no matter how hard it is to look at it. I know this is a dark subject. But it's an important one one if we don't look directly at our shadows cells. How will we ever heal in a recent interview? In The Guardian activist writer. Naomi Klein referred referred to this concept as climate barbarism. because she connected the dots. So well I'm going to read her words here. She states quote white supremacy emerged. Not just because people felt like thinking of ideas that we're going to get a lot of people killed but because it was useful to protect barbaric but highly profitable actions. The age of scientific racism begins alongside the transatlantic slave trade. It is a rationale for that brutality. If we were going to respond to climate change by fortress seeing our borders then of course the theories that would justify that that create. These hierarchies orchids of humanity will come surging back. There have been signs of that for years but it is getting harder to deny because you have killers who are screaming it from the rooftops unquote and then Naomi speaks of the environmental movement quote when you have a movement that is overwhelmingly Wellm Ingley representative of the most privileged sector of society. Then the approach is going to be much more fearful of change because people who you have a lot to lose tend to be more fearful of change whereas people who have a lot to gain will tend to fight harder for it. I have had many many conversations with environmentalists over the years where they seem to believe that. By linking fighting climate change with fighting poverty or fighting racial justice. It's it's GonNa make the fight harder. We have to get out of this quote. Mike crisis is bigger than your crisis. I we save the planet and then we fight poverty and racism them and violence against women unquote. That doesn't work that alienates the people who would fight hardest for change unquote as middle middle class educated white women WHO considers herself an environmentalist for social justice. An ally in the struggle for racial equality and racial equity. I felt compelled up to bring the issues of Echo Fascism and environmental racism to the Isan Conservation. podcast I hope this episode shines light on our shadow selves an offers inspiration on how to move forward will start this episode with a close. The camps protest attended on August Thirty First Twenty nineteen scene in downtown San Francisco. I'm on my way down to the close the camps protest in downtown San Francisco right in front of the ICE building. This protest today is part of the month of momentum that has been a month long a series of events and protests and ways to get involved in the movement to close down the concentration camps that are are at the border of the United States and Mexico so every day when I turn on the news and I hear more stories about the conditions of the camps and the fact that children are in cages. Children are dying people are dying in the camps. I I'm I'm basically as heartbroken and petrified as I am about the climate crisis CICIS I see these both the climate craigslist and our humanitarian crisis. That's happening at the border right now. As one in the same basically the way that we're treating a world is the way that we treat ourselves and other people and eight and so I needed to do something and so I decided to come down and spend my Saturday morning here. At the close the camps is protest down at ice in San Francisco on August thirty first twenty

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Teen's "slave for sale" Craigslist post prompts hate crime charges

Atlanta's Morning News

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Teen's "slave for sale" Craigslist post prompts hate crime charges

"Hate crime charges are filed against a teenager near Chicago for racist Craigslist ad you page county prosecutors say the fourteen year old posted last week on Craig's list he had a slave for sale the white team is also accused of using a photo of an African American classmate at Naperville Central High in the ad Tom Roberts supports the teens are banned from having any contact with each other until a hearing next month parents say the schools had race issues

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Teen charged with hate crime in ‘slave for sale’ Craigslist posting

WBBM Evening News

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Teen charged with hate crime in ‘slave for sale’ Craigslist posting

"FM prosecutors into page county of charged a Naperville Central High School student with a hate crime after authorities say he posted an ad on Craig's list with the headline a slave for sale the DuPage county state's attorney's office says the boy charged is fourteen years old and white and they say he took a photo of a fourteen year old African American student at Naperville Central and posted an ad with the caption slave for sale Naperville followed by a racial slur prosecutors say the boy is charged as a juvenile with two counts of a hate crime both felonies and also charged with a misdemeanor count of disorderly

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Gotham Awards: 'Marriage Story,' 'The Farewell,' 'Uncut Gems' Lead Nominations

The Big Picture

12:45 min | 10 months ago

Gotham Awards: 'Marriage Story,' 'The Farewell,' 'Uncut Gems' Lead Nominations

"Okay Amanda the Gotham awards what do you know about the Gospel awards they are New York based yes is Gotham is a stand in for New York and uh-huh well done thank you and they are an indie film awards and they always have the ceremony pretty early in the season and their speed teaches are often really vibrant and kind of make some noise that people are usually recapping them are doing videos of the acceptance speeches that's right the nominations are usually driven by journalists and critics whereas the awards themselves are usually chosen by people in the New York Film Community this year's collection of films is sure thing and I think it highlights the New York versus La Aspect of this award show I would say that this is a very good collection of films but not terribly represented of of where Oscar is going to be going this year so let's just mentioned a couple of the categories we can talk about what we see and if any of this really ultimately matters to the big race that we talk about on the show all the time so for best feature Lulu longs farewell The safdie brothers uncut gems trae rituals waves Noah Baumbach marriage story and Lawrence Ghaffari as hustlers now as a human man these are five of my favorite movies of the year you truly love to see you love to see it now Ah I think this list has been somewhat criticized for being the eight twenty four awards share and also Noah Baumbach a former eight hundred four filmmaker himself so there's a lot of lineage there but I don't necessarily I mean I think marriage story is pretty much a lock for best picture and you've got a chance to see it over the weekend so that we may be we can t some of that conversation talk about it but yes these other films I think the farewells probably the one that has been tabbed to have the best chance at best picture but do you see a world in which I guess these early awards shows do more than just you know sort of celebrate the films that we expect to not be recognized come Globes and an Oscar season or or do you think that this is just a forebear to what's coming I think this is probably people sharing their passions for the most part and doesn't shift a lot the only notable storyline in the future category for me as Hustler's being here because that means that people really are taking it seriously as a a capital f film in addition to a great kind unexpected box office hit featuring Jennifer Lopez sue and we talked about that a little bit of the time of Jennifer Lopez seems like an Oscar contender people take it seriously it seemed like the answer to that is yes in some ways yes but on the other hand Jennifer Lopez not nominated for Gotham you know just kind of fascinating what are you going to do with you ran does in the film community I don't know it is people expressing themselves yeah I mean there's a lot of very admirable choices kind of up and down we don't have to run through every single category here I think one thing I like about the Gotham is is that it does a lot of awards that I really wish the Oscars would do for example they have the Bingham Ray breakthrough director award and the nominees here are kind of interesting collection of people couple of films I haven't even seen Lord Clermont on Air am I pronouncing that correctly thank you can Jones's here we had him on the show earlier this year Joe Talbot from the last Bachman in San Francisco also on the show Olivia Wilde this year for book smart and films for burning came which is a film I haven't even seen yet which is yeah been released so that this is sort of like in the spirit of the indie spirits meets the Oscars meets the New York film critics are I tend to think of this award show and I think the award selves our health quite early at the end of this year as opposed to early next year and you'll be able to stream them live on the Internet and you'll get to see some of those acceptance speeches that talking about but it does feel a little bit of a lucky to be here kind of award Andre Holland you're nominated for high flying bird and be pretty surprised Andre Holmes nominated for best actor Best Actress Likewise Mary Kay Place for Diana Elisabeth Moss for her smell these are performances that will be on craigslist MHM maybe on your lists I haven't seen her smile yet I need to do that I will do that before the end of the year I'm saying it in public so that will actually happen and probably how do you feel about being in this moment this period of award season where we're like right at the were at the gates worth the Don excited I think you and I kind of went through a marathon in the last week and so we have seen most everything which is great there are a few outstanding films talk about and there are a few on my list that I haven't seen because they were at festivals and haven't really been screening for critics yet but we've seen a majority of things and I definitely just had a week where I just saw elise and I was like wow cinema I was very moved by a lot of films that I saw and so in that sense I feel hopeful and excited and you're like movies are great we have all the movies and then I started trying to make my Oscar predictions and started thinking about all of the politics and like reading from what Academy voters I had to say and it creeping sense of dread also and anger and resentment started creeping in so I would say it's a complex emotional time for me personally how are you feeling I have the same exact feeling as you and it's for that reason that we have decided at the back half of this show to make predictions make bold reckless quite likely very stupid predict predictions because as you said we've seen almost everything last week you and I got a chance to see the Irishman let me just tell you the Irishman is good. You should see the Irishman you had a chance to see marriage three yes we had a chance to see knives out which I don't think we'll be a part of the awards conversation but which was fantastic it lived up to my hopes and dreams have been screaming about it on a podcast for two months so those to receive we see something else we saw little women little women of course of course little women so all of these movies have now been put in front of us let here's here's a very short list of the movies that neither of us have seen thus more because we've done a pretty good job of doing our homework to this moment but so far we still haven't seen nineteen seventeen seventy four one film we haven't ritual Clint Eastwood's portrait of the man who was accused of the Atlanta Olympics bombing we haven't seen cats it's fine that you put this on this sliced by Mattia cats cats come in cat season is nearly upon us we haven't seen dark waters which I think is going to start screening this week we've not seen star wars episode nine the rise of Skywalker uh-huh I did read a bit of box office prognostication about episode nine today it was kind of kind of kind of grim interesting it was like this will is on track to be the lowest grossing of the sued thus far on its opening weekend maybe it's because everybody knows what's GonNa Happen I read some fan fiction or not some fan fiction no like can we just used to lead them into it yeah I read some fan fiction you know what I read some predictions based on nothing speculation is what I read about Star Wars that was essentially conviction and I got really upset about it I told you about this already we had this conversation with no let's not do that yeah but I don't know it people I it seems like people are interested in what happens I'm interested in what happens was the was it that ray is a rookie was it no it's Ray in Cairo and fuck just like the weight again pure speculation but let me go on record saying I do not want this as the really casual star wars fan who does can't remember the title of Episode Nine Not for me it's not what you want the only other movie I can think of that we haven't seen that is going to be competing this year barring maybe you're frozen to in the atom akara categories clemency which is Alfred movie that premiered at Sundance and has gotten reviews and I it was pointed out to me that there to death row movies this year with just mercy and clemency which is kind of interesting but that's only six movies between the two of US we've done a nice job hopefully we'll have a peaceful December probably not as we go through all of our takes which of these sixty think is most likely to to mess up the the narrative is we're going to break down later in the show I have on the document that I made I have one thousand nine hundred seventeen written several different times with like twenty question marks it was I just I don't know what to do with it. It is obviously a world war one epic with really athletic filmmaker gang directed by Salmon News which is Oscar Bait shot by Roger Deakins which is how you know it really is and they haven't they're releasing the behind the scenes rich of him just like running and trenches they're really leaning into we worked really hard to make us you know and it's a very showy style of directing yes their narrative is the effort yes which is an interesting thing we hear a different version of that with someone like Joaquin Phoenix and his performance in the joker we heard all about how he lost fifty pounds and he contorted his body and he I mean this physical transformation this is the full-scale movie version right of what sacrifices were made to achieve something yes and it's so funny because the the movie is not out for still another three months but I think that's really smart and the reason I have twenty question marks is because is it too late in the Oscar season to kind of really breakthrough because the people haven't seen it and the Oscars season is like a full months earlier this year and then was your so we're in a really crunched situation I think we have learned time and time again that it is harder the later you get in the season more crowded it is it's harder to get people invested in your movie you've just created a wonderful segue for our next segment let's go to stock stock down if it goes bust you can make ten to one twenty

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The Disappearance of Ebby Steppach

True Crime Garage

13:53 min | 10 months ago

The Disappearance of Ebby Steppach

"A young woman has a traumatic experience at a party she decided to go to the police about what happen to her but before she does she vanishes the only contact with her a mysterious phone call to her brother and which she says she doesn't know where she is then she disappears her car is found as for our missing eighteen year old be static no sign of her nothing divac in shall we remember we talked about phone data and social media and episode one and how the investigator was confused about Abe's phone and about her social media Eddie's family once again tries to get involved they even offered to pay for an IT expert to help to access and analyze all of this data and then all of this only to be told that the department would not accept outside help detected is also failed to obtain surveillance footage from the Walmart supercenter on Chanel drive which could have captured abby and a final insult for eight months the Little Rock Police Department treated the case essentially as a runaway and the case sat in the Major Crimes Division end with virtually no movement even as late as November second when Abbie's family reiterated that she would not have been out of context for so long Channel Seven News in Little Rock reported that quote police tell channel seven they believe abby is still alive and in the area and as Michael Jernigan put it to K. A. R. K. T. quote the whole first thirty days was just the cops counting on Ebi showing backup Lori echoed the sentiment saying for the first part of the investigation no one was looking for her now. Laurie is not the type to take this lying down the family hired Monte Vickers a retired twenty two year little rock police department detective turned private investigator to help them someone needed to care about Eddie's case as ex-police himself at first vickers was hesitant to get involved in such a recent active case being handled by the force he had once been a part of right but he decided he could perhaps act go-between he doesn't WanNa take over the investigation he doesn't want to get in the way of the investigators he thinks that they need a go between for the Party is involved to help with what seemed to be poor relationship between the police department and the journey begins but when the Little Rock Police Department would not return his call else and he caught wind of the botch investigation he says that was enough for him that he was now going to actively get involved in the investigation yet because a lot of these departments they hold a lot of respect for former employees so when they call it's a big deal but when they're not making a big deal of it something's fishy he says and he's on record as saying such he says quote I found out pretty quickly they didn't give a damn what I had to say they wouldn't call me back they basically just wouldn't talk to us to the family or to him he said he chose urge the family one single dollar to get to work on this investigation a vickers discovered that none of these bank cards or counts had and accessed in any way since she disappeared that plus the fact that she would never have left without her car and all of her possessions the Family the worst even more alarming vickers uncovered the EBI sent several text messages to the young men she had had the encounter with at the Party on the Friday before she vanished threatening to go to the police in have them arrested it seems that Michael's concerns that abby might have confronted one of these boys are all of them alone might be correct right or they could have said all she's GonNa go to the cops and there's an she could say I have a copy of the video let's just say she said that then that gives us motive even if she's not going to confront them that gives them a reason to find her right well vickers found out who these boys were and searched the area areas near their homes this is for any clues as to Abbey's whereabouts he came up with nothing to his dismay he discovered that the lease had in fact talked to these guys at some point but never looked at their phones despite the family telling the police department about the rape allegations and that there may be a video why right and it's not clear if they asked for the phones but we know that they didn't look at well what we do know is the detectives on the case told the family and they told vickers the private investigator that they did not have probable cause to search so basically they're stating we could've asked these boys to see their phones and they said no and we don't have probable cause to to search the phones beyond them allowing us or not allowing us now five months after ebby was last seen vickers made arrangements to meet with guy who you're remember he's the security guard who called the police when he found a vehicle Shalam Park yeah little rock lease assured vickers that they had spoke to this man to the security officer so he assumed this would be just like a quick confirmation the hooper didn't know anything more than what was related to him from police instead the meeting resulted in a forty five minute taped interview too Lakers shock he was told by hooper that he had never been contacted by police further he told vickers he had made a report to the police about the aband- in car on Tuesday night after had been sitting there for three days he waited for the police by the car for two to three hours but the police never came the police didn't show up to take a look until two days later and even more startling hooper told vickers that he had Dash Cam video of Abbey and a man this she had met at the park on multiple occasions hooper had gotten fairly close to the pair in some words I guess right apparently he had quote run them off several times the guard saved all of the Dash Cam video on his hard drive at his home he had finished his shift he had this Dashcam and he would put this video at the end of every ship on his computer home unfortunately his computer had died and this took place in January of two thousand sixteen and the computer could not be fixed so it was thrown out all of this potential Dash Cam surveillance footage went with the computer gone it's gone because nobody nobody thought to reach out to this guy and in fact the private investigator working for the family he was a little slow to reach out to him too because he had already been told by his old buddies at the police department that they they spoke to this guy while vickers was trying to dig up any Vincent Clues Laurie and Michael receive some assistance from an organization called Halos investigations this is a private Mississippi firm I'm that looks into cases of missing or traffic kids halos volunteers scoured the Internet for photos of Abbey in the event that she was traffic they also conducted a search of the shallow amount park woods assisted by the Little Rock Police Department this is four months after Abbey vanished the organization also helped publishing the case sending Abbey's missing persons poster to hospitals and police stations all over the country in case she turned up somewhere the case manager for Halos Tina Stores said her firm often sees cases of missing kids the police have dismissed as runaways as they seem to have here to her it didn't look like Abbie left voluntarily meanwhile the journey gins were being inundated with all sorts of hoax messages false alarms and facebook pranks where people claim to be Ebi but some of these we're enough to point them in the direction of sex trafficking some emails were sent to the family showing the Abbey was sold for twenty five thousand dollars people claim to have seen her on back page and craigslist. Laurie began to realize that this threat was very real right Sergeant Allen Ham be with the vice unit told Little rock's T H v eleven that his detective handle reports of human sex trafficking every single day but he still didn't seem to feel a sense of urgency about Abbie's case despite her parents real concerns he said quote we're going to try everything we can to help them find her and locate her and see if she wants to be found we don't know that finally about six months after Abbey was last heard from the relationship between the journey begins and the Little Rock Police Department it became toxic this is as stated by a y magazine they continue to treat abby as a runaway Major Crimes Detectives refuse to get warrants for the phones of the young men allegedly often the incident involving abby at the party the Little Rock PD did not seem to appreciate the involvement of the private investigator or of Halos or of anyone else and wouldn't budge on investigating the case as a possible abduction or something worse obesity what they were saying we're gonNA sit on our fat asses and in less the case get solved by somebody else for them formation comes to us we're not GONNA do anything Yeah and you know what I think we have here captain and I can't say this with one hundred percent certainty but I feel very confident saying this I feel like in this situation you probably have to detectives that are sitting as you put it sitting on their fat asses and choosing not to do anything sit on their thumbs uh-huh and spinning and I feel like when we're when we talk about this case when we tell this story we cannot tell it without telling these mishandling of the case however ever I think that these two detectives make the whole department have a bad name and probably undeservingly so you know there's probably a lot of good off officers with inside of this department and for whatever reason the Jernigan just got extremely unlucky that when the phone rang that day call came in it went to this detectives desk and Hammond this guy worked at and they didn't really work and you can't say they work I guess I shouldn't reasons and and try to go well maybe they're going through a divorce maybe there's bad things in their life happening maybe Maybe they knew people at the hardy maybe they didn't want you know what I mean like trying to come up with all these reasons but after a week and the constant neglect it's like these are the guys sit in their office all day farting in their chair and then when they get up to get coffee come back they sniff their chair that's what kind of guys these aren't so and get you were getting at when we talked last week and that's not out of bounds that wouldn't be out of bounds you talking about there is a potential here for some type of cover up did may we we have people that should be looked into that was at this party but is it almost seems like these investigators are choosing not to look in that direction for whatever reason rightly they're connected to somebody at that party but then at the end of the day when you really look at this thing you see that they're choosing not to look in any direction at all aw and so it to me it doesn't feel so much like a cover up it feels more like hold on here here's the reason why guys that are bad at their job here's where it makes fill like a cover up because what do we know that the lead seems so obvious right because yes the mode of scene is obvious and then we go we got these individuals yes we talked to them but there's no probable cause so we can't get this information not looking anywhere else okay so the first place you looked you stop looking after that so do you know what happened do you know somebody at that party that makes it seemed more likely to me that is cover up well right and win they are pressured when they are pushed and pressured to give some kind of theory or some kind of answer to somebody look they feel like they need to give an answer to the media he says we're going to try everything we can to help find her to help low

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Amazon product research with Dana Derricks

Amazing FBA

04:16 min | 10 months ago

Amazon product research with Dana Derricks

"Question is what should I sell and I will how do I figure out what to sell always the classic Oh man Oh yeah so just so we all know in case you haven't got earlier episode of me in myself Michael I had a seven figure Amazon business on that I ran for two years two and a half years and then I sold it so loud this perspective from that within also I've got a background has a freelancer shows a freelance copywriter in the Amazon space of did that for like eight years and years and I've worked with thousands of Amazon sellers one on one we got about ten years total of Amazon experience that's where this is all come from is not like but with that being said I don't know what to sell all right here is I'm GonNa lay out a little bit of a strategy that I put in this book on that you all need to read literally show you how I made ninety nine hundred himself in this book exposes on stuff that people I know you quite simply it's I like to look at building in actual like portfolio like an asset with Amazon What excite Jews so what the big like big box programs try to tell you to do is find these little secret hidden niches or no one's like selling it in explain that they're full of crap and here's why I worked with a bunch of sellers that would come to be and they'd be like Oh my God Dana lifetime so devastated right now because I just lost my product I just bought you know spend money on this inventory for this product in it's on the way in I thought I just hit this kid national is going to dominate it but then I found like there's three other people already selling it and they're like devastated in they thought that they relate done I'm like no like that's a good thing like you've found other people selling it what does that mean that means that other people are buying it right that means there's a market for it you should be happy like you made a good decision Asian to choose what to sell like did the whole notion of like there's a secret little hidden products out there like just forget that like that is a fallacy in it gets it's designed so that the big box sellers of these programs said get rich on Amazon in a day and keep you buying their tools like their little niche finder tools like Bay Sense Common Sense Gay Rain Common Sense back in the okay by the way it's not one me any popularity awards promise you but as far as really the my strategy there's a number ways you can find products to sell so for me I had a pet supplements company and I was up late at night on on craigslist which over here in the US I'm not sure I don't know that it's there but it's like a aspide ads and I found a lady who is selling her business so just looking businesses I wanted to launch on business but had already worked with a done ten years of working with sellers and I knew enough or stories of sourcing from China and all that that I just didn't want to do that now I'm not saying met with the right people like Michael helping you won't be able to do that while but for me I just wanted to see what else was out there and I found this lady selling or let's company JEB is all natural formulas for different ailments and she was obviously not doing well with selling it master with creating the recipes formulas master with the science behind all that terrible salesperson and she was just over in Dont you want to sell it I bought that Sucker for thirty five hundred bucks gave her full asking price is I knew it was gonNA be worth a lot so that's how I originally decided what I wanted to sell like out looking for supplements but That kind of found me I guess but the real lesson for you guys is is to make sure that you have a product line that's the biggest thing so we'll say well you should sell something that you can sell more of a something else to that same customer so these big box cellars of these programs jump all over in findings hidden niches in all these different places as not smart

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"craigslist" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"craigslist" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

"She doesn't need you to then like cuss at her like her her husband. You know, don't add to the pressure. Just be like a friend who will listen like that's the friends that like when I'm gone through shit. Like, that's the best kind of people who are like, I'm not gonna like make this harder for you. Just gonna listen to all that stuff. But I think yeah, I think that they need to fit. Yeah. He has figured if he wants to work on that tune because that's the part that makes me sad like shit can happen in relationships. But like the party that has also like guilty should be the one like pioneering like the solutions being like we're going to therapy. I'm really working on this. And if he went one time to me that. It just sounds like a guy who doesn't have retention of Jia. You just went. So that he can say he went. Yeah. And I think even even if she wants to therapy to I think like saying you go to therapy. And it can also not work after therapy. Like deciding to go to therapy doesn't mean like over in this for the long haul. We're going to have kids. This is going to be like us are forever now, she can go, and they can go and she can realize and be like, you know, what I don't think this is working. I don't think this is changing. And I think it's also a really good way for her therapists will be honest like it'll be a good way for her to see if he does care and doesn't change. But who this is rough? And also like weirdly unique of like Craigslist, right? Did see it's been around since nineteen ninety five. So a while two years after I was born. Yeah. Wait, nineteen ninety-five over ninety three the med as meth adds up. So it's only two numbers if I do. But like, I just yeah. There's something weird here because this isn't like we've had calls before we're like girls have seen like their significant other their friends like husbands or whatever untendered and things like that. Like, this is such a I don't know like a weird way to go up out. Craigslist isn't I'm guessing when he first started getting into this graceless using Craigslist was the only thing he could go to and now that's what he's familiar with. Because he was in seventh grade. He wouldn't have tender wasn't around. Then he wouldn't have been able to get on dating websites. Yeah. So this is what was most successful to him. But he figured it out through his dad. That's I mean there. Yeah. So that's the whole thing that I'm kind of you know, there's something there. Something there with him. And he ought at that they need to maybe he needs therapy with his that. I don't know. But something needs to be figured out. Yeah. And it's not as happened when he was so go say, this is something that's like so ingrained in like in like a whole thing and therapy as like a habits and things that happened. Like when you start a certain habit when you're so young it just becomes a part of your identity and not necessarily not in like a positive way. Like, it becomes something that you associated with yourself and something that you have already come to terms with and that you kind of just deal with and you don't like an honestly like at this point, it probably has absolutely nothing to do with. No, exactly. Like, that's that's the part that sucks. It's like now, she is caught in the crossfire of something that like he'd isn't thinking about her, and it's not like any he's been doing this for so as been a part of his life more than it's than she's been a part of his life. Yeah. So there's something way way deeper here. And I think like, yeah, I think this is like a different kind of sense of like, the typical like cheating marriage things. But. She also didn't sign up for this. And I think that's like a big thing to end as somebody who has mental health problems. Like if somebody like, it would totally suck. If I was dating someone, and they were like, you know, I really can't like I don't wanna be with someone who likes struggles with that kind of stuff..

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"craigslist" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"craigslist" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It's still a great value. Oh, I've got somebody. That's calling to speak to me. Randy. I know they want to talk to me. Yeah. It's leeann Pinellas lead morning. Welcome to square talk on cars. How can I help you with your? Thank you. Are you sure about that? Well, I'm not sure which one I'm offering it to all right? Let's hear it. And we'll see I am the proud owner of a used Mazda. Transmission that I came by under some terrible circumstances. Some very very poor judgment on my part long story short. I'm driving a modest two hundred sixty thousand plus on a year ago last January almost two years ago. Now, I was told it things are desperate. I need to get another transmission because I had it serviced. And they indicated that it was about to fall out of the car. Well. Still driving on the same transmission? And long story short. What should I do with it? What would you? So you went and bought a used transmission anticipating that the other one was gonna go. Yeah. Wow. Could be the next day or seven days or two months or. That was gonna actually happen time for new mechanic. But anyway, Randy what do you suggest? Craigslist craigslist. Ebay EBay, not not not EBay. Never transmission. But yeah, maybe Craigslist, and that's a tough one because there aren't too many people at what wine what model Mazdas. Goes into one nine five nine Mazda five three Mazda Mazda three Mazda five. Yeah. That's you know, you might see some transmission shop might want it. But I don't know that's gonna be a tough one. Don't know what to tell you there early. But I'm glad the transmissions lasted one hundred and sixty thousand miles. They shouldn't. I don't know. It depends on the amount. You who knows who knows. But. Yeah. Craigslist or some kind of local listing Facebook marketplace stuff like that. I'm sure it's it's in the need for somebody. Yes. I mean, there's somebody out there that would. But you know, I should have offered to just put the shout out out there. But anyway, if if Lee wants to call us at the dealership and gives us a our his information, and if there's anybody out there listening that's got a Mazda five Ramaz to three oh nine ten eight. I guess saw the same should be right around there. Too leads. The transmission, I'll pass your phone number on Lee. So feel free to call its dealership. Seven two seven three four four three three four four. Brighter days may becoming really what do you think? If not brighter days. Maybe brighter nights. I don't know. I can only hope. Yeah. Now, you know, if we talked about I always say though, 'cause we talk about a lot of things before they ever come out. This is about us. Yeah. You get it. All right here. But you know, and they did a whole bunch of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tests in the past year or two in the insurance institute of highway safety seems like tons and tons and tons of vehicles failed because of headlights. Yes, he do. And thankfully know on our top end cars that have our that defend lights Mazdas were always rated pretty well, you know, they kind of turn with the wheel as you're turning. And if you've got your brakes on his oncoming traffic, they automatically dimmed themselves and things like that. But just this past Thursday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced plans to change regulations to help life development. They said in their report that they plan to allow the development of an adaptive driving bean. So basically what they're talking about like say Mazda has this on a couple of its vehicles. Maybe not quite what this is. But essentially were there, but basically what they're talking about is your headlights will operate as high beam headlights as a default and specific portions of the headlight would dim when oncoming vehicles are detected by the censors. So according to the national highway Safety Administration, they said the technology has the potential to reduce the risk of crashes Bank racing visibility without increasing glare, and it'll offer safety benefits for pedestrian cycle cyclists and even animals. So it's coming. It's a good thing. More technology out there and speaking of more technology. This is one that like you say if you would've asked me this two years ago three years ago, and I think if you would've asked Mazda this they'd say, no, no, no, it's not in our DNA. As we've talked about, you know, Mazdas says, you know, they finally confirmed it that they're going to revive the rotary engine to power arrange exp- extender on a hybrid vehicle. But they've also just announced is that they plan to electrify the entire lineup. The entire lineup by twenty thirty the entire line the entire lineup. That's basically eleven years away and the announce the plan announced basically, I guess it signals a diversification away from the dependence on the internal combustion engine. You know, Mazdas always said they're just gonna keep making it better. And better, which they are and. They're not saying that the entire the entire fleet will be electrify electric vehicles. But that they'll be some form of rhetoric electric vacation in every vehicle. So they're talking about hybrids, basically, and some electric cars, and that's all by every single vehicle by twenty thirty and that they say by twenty thirty as far as pure electric vehicles with range extenders, they're gonna count for somewhere neighbor to about ten to fifteen percent of Mazda's lineup with the balance being, you know, combustion engines paired with some sort of electrification. So, you know, while they're they're changing with the times. And that's one of the great things about Mazda that I've always said being a small company. They're nimble they're able to adjust. And you know, they know what their place in the market is in. But it's interesting the entire lineup twenty thirty. And it'll be here before you know, it will be. Yes. It will end us fly. Oh, I mentioned it before about Kia Hyundai. Bingo to recall nearly three million vehicles. Y- just yesterday the center for auto safety. They renewed calls because they've been asking for it for Hyundai Motor Corp, which is Hyundai Kia. Of course to recall almost three million crossovers and sedans. For potential non collision fire risks. They're saying the two thousand eleven through two thousand fourteen Kia Sorrento's optimism Hyundai sonata Hyundai Santa Fe's as well as twenty ten through twenty fifteen Kia souls. They petitioned the nitsa the Highway Traffic Safety administration in June to investigate complaints of non collision fires and burned wires. And it's now putting pressure on the company station were recall because the safety agencies review has not resulted in any action against the automaker. And their current remedy is not working they say. Now, this is only since June get this. So what are we talking about July August September about three months three or four months? In those three or four months the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as well as the center for auto safety. Received almost three hundred complaints. Of spontaneous fire related incidents. Wow. And federal regulators also say they've received complaints about fires resulting in collisions. And they're saying the number in the severity of the complaints. When people simply driving their cars on the highways. Frightening. It's long past time for key and Hyundai to act car-fires put everyone on the road and significant danger. And let's see what are they saying that a bit a bit a bit of a debatable based on the data collected to date. The manufacturer's inability or unwillingness to determine the cause of these fires on behalf of hundreds of thousands of key. And Hyundai owners customers who own cars, which are burst into flames. The center believes the additional remedy which is warranted is a full recall. I think I would agree with that have to do with that. That's that's a lot of incidents people a day complaining. Yeah. And that's only in the past three or four months, obviously, this has been going on for a while. Wow. And spontaneous combustion spontaneous combustion. So if you're driving one of those cars, something to be aware of if you smell burning wires is something you might want to contact with you. I think everybody should have a fire extinguisher in.

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"craigslist" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"craigslist" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"Yeah, yeah, I was ashamed. Yeah, he was gonna walk in the room and see his dad in a corner, and they seem, here's this this rock. Nothing fazes me, but my son saw him. He might weakest point ever walks in and goes tad. Compared to the campout. And then what he did is that he took you put him in his back and he walked back to the campout. Yeah, that's like coming directly from the above. And that's a living proof that if you truly look at these, these pure kids and like as teachers life can change, that's the moment. When you look at your son as the teacher, the roles were reversed. He's teaching you strength. He's teaching you an experience from his point of view, and that that point you're like, I am going to be a diamond. 'cause I'm seeing a diamond in front of me shining that smile that he gives you is actual is actual the shines of the diamond. The light coming in through him and you're like, I'm going to be the lights, and I'm gonna be a diamond because a coil won't fuck in allow the light to come out. No diamonds reflect the light. So pivoting point for you. Talk about how did you build up up to now. How would you like when you allow the light to come in, what the delight do for you to be here sitting here talking about all this row. So literally immediately from that moment, I had realized, hey, my my sons aren't going to quit army, right? They're not gonna quit. The come back to the campout like forget all this was going to camp out. You know, like my sons aren't going to quit on me. I'm not going to quit on them and I literally. The immediately what I did was we all need money. I needed money to pay my bills. And from that point forward, I was actually finding construction jobs on Craigslist, like little like fix a toilet, like fix a thing. I would show up at somebody's house because this is the quickest way. I even knew how to get money at twenty bucks or hundred bucks and I'll go fix somebody's bathroom or something right. I'm not even a construction guy. I just needed money and so whatever labor job would ever it was, I could do that. Get some cash that day. I did it, but I would show up to the job at somebody's house with the stroller of my, my son in the stroller, and my other son, and they would play in the front yard. While I was in the guy's house doing whatever law task. It was just get some money like I did whatever it fucking took, and that's where that's what I think sets the difference is if you want about enough, you'll do whatever it takes your literally do what ever it takes. I was. Not even going to be happy with even a median income. I wanted to build something that night that night. What I told myself and what I promised myself was I would build something so big, our build something so large my out regrowed our build this impact empire, so big that I could never end up in that corner. Again, it would never happen to not only that that my great, great, great. Grandkids would never end up in that corner. Now, not saying that that we should have these trials because we should. But in my mind, I just wanted to build something so big that I would be so. Far from ever inning up in that corner where I couldn't feed my kids again. And, and so I started out by Craigslist ads on Craigslist. Just doing labor John. Yeah, right kids in the car kids plane. So when people say, well, I've got my kids and I couldn't make it to work. I couldn't do this. It's like, that's all bullshit. Like I had a baby and I had a son that cerebral palsy I had hospital visits going on at a car. Those try to still trying to get re. The guy was still show up and try to repossess my car houses in foreclosure. I still did whatever it took. And. And you're gonna miss camp outs in the midst of all this for the inclu..

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"craigslist" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"craigslist" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"The the best known is craigslist list there's constantly people moving or downsizing and they're getting rid of their cat tree or you know maybe some toys or a bed and a lot of it is in really great condition and also facebook marketplaces and is a newer sort of database of second hand items so people go on the marketplace in enlisting per category so the ability to easily identify secondhand items in your community is easier than ever now and just like you were saying in the same respect if you are moving or downsizing or just want to get rid of some things or your cat doesn't like it it's much easier to give that to a family in need or donate it to a shelter or trade i mean i've treated many things on facebook marketplace and even craigslist and people are so appreciative of second hand items especially if it's going to enhance their cats i love that what is that called face the marketplace it's on facebook so it's okay it's kind of like craigslist but it's on facebook i i like it because you know craigslist is a great place but it's a little bit anonymous so with facebook you can actually see the person before you buy any items from them and just a side note for safety always always always meet in a public place if you are buying stuff online it's really important but i bought you know numerous pet items off of both craigslist and facebook marketplace and i feel a lot better doing not knowing that i'm not going out and buying extra things that have extra packaging and all of that so just one little little way you can be a little bit more planet friendly yes and like you said there's a lot of local places i've used there's a site called next door and it's basically like young neighborhood and not only and i did meet you know like you said i met someone in a public place and this was not even cat related i had in cartridges than they didn't have a printer anymore and i said i don't know if they work you wanna meet me here and he texted me after you know it was fine but i also and this is carolina was able to when we first moved our studio there are so many cats around and nobody was fixing the cats they were just feeding them so there was you know babies and babies so many so i got several of the kittens adopted through next door but i also found a cat trapper for the momma cat who is now fixed so there's great information out there with a lot of like local apps or you know places a lot of great things and you're so right about you know trading i'm ca toys or buying them there's so many people either they buy something and they have no use for it or cat won't go into it you know like a little house or something like that and it's much better to trade or by locally and it is greener for the environment because it costs less and it's rather than someone dumps it which means more garbage more trash landfill it's being repurpose to someone else absolutely and i think my favorite part that you know one thing we haven't mentioned is the fact that you can post on next door or facebook or craigslist sort of an insert of the post that say iso before them and you can say hey is anyone looking to get rid of the cat tree or does anyone have an extra cat carrier or maybe a backpack or a cat backpack like i feel like there's new technology and new items and accessories hitting the market every day but you can post a searching for ad and you'll be surprised at how many people look around and say okay well i guess my cat hasn't really used the cat tree in six months maybe i will give it away and i found a lot of items that way as well that's a great great idea now what do you do if you have something instead of in search of what what would you put giving away is there a like a g a or acronym these instead yeah i think a lot of it is i post a lot of stuff in free items to i think craigslist and facebook marketplace even next door has a free sections so if you're just looking to get something off your hands you're not really looking.

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"craigslist" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"craigslist" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"You know it's like i see this all the time on on craigslist craigslist scroll to see what's out there go to the car section i have zero money to my name i can't go out there and just by corn cash or not there yet maybe one day to go and scroll down and see what's going on your area on craigslist and i see the new you know sixteen hundred for this terrible core ob or best offer and it's like all right this willing to sell needing the cell sometimes they put a cry story about how they can't pay their mortgage they got a solar car and seem desperate or best offer also when you're scrolling down craigslist you'll see a really nice car not motivated to sell i'm stuck on this hard number the spurs have been put in a situation where maybe a year ago if under the under the cloak of darkness quite leonard walked into office and goes hey i'm really not happy here i'd like for you to go and try to find a trade partner and trade me it would shock the world out of nowhere agent awards neurology tweeted out spurs trading co eyeliner so years ago that would happen it would have been nuts but it would have been you know no not motivated to to trade go ahead and whatever you send me if it's not great it's not great whatever but i don't have to trade them i can keep them i can keep this car like it was on craigslist i don't care it's just going to sit in my garage but let's just see what the officer out there now why leonard splitting the spurs at a situation where there oh craigslist posting their best offer motivated the sell hey we gotta get this guy out of our locker room because he's not gonna wanna play for our team he's the he's the really nice car here's the thirty two thousand dollar subaru wr i'm not a big car guy what's a really nice car jose look what's what's great car that you might see sold on craigslist innova bhairon filled on craigslist gimme any head i guess a model c mercedesbenz i'm not really all.

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"craigslist" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"craigslist" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"I guess let's let's let me pull up question so how did you guys introduce swinging into the relationship so here's how this got started so so what happened was i so a lot of this all came from craigslist first of all way wait wait wait wait wait wait so you guys are already together yes so we've been together brag a year and a half rousing craigslist yeah i think i was doing that before her on his own right so i was like i would just like hit up couples on craigslist with couples no i never did anything like i'll just email them like our you waste i know but the thing is i also tough as a single male regardless of course we definitely know now wherever so it was like so i would definitely like just like get off on the idea like the fact that there are people that are this open that could do this so that in itself was dope enough me so then we get to some point i don't even remember my her laptop breaks so i let her give her i give her my already cookie her into her laptop breaks i let her i give her my laptop to get stuff done you trusted me so much here take and then so she was like what was this like you know you know whatever and pause because now you going to say so before you came to him and said what's this what did you find so i saw him in his sent box she'll she was looking.

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"craigslist" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"craigslist" Discussed on Mixergy

"So for customer service in marketing we get tons you know quite a feel and one problem with craigslist is sometimes those emails don't come through so so they'll filtered spam will never never make it to you so i you know some people we miss out on that way but looking through all these resumes it is difficult to choose who's going to be the best marketer these resumes look beautiful they're amazing of course everyone brags about themselves like i'm the best and and so you have to you kinda have to test them out to see who really is the best but through that process in looking at all these people there's one person that stood out really really well and what what she ended up doing is she she sent her resume it didn't make it craigslist filtered it as fan or something ever made it to my inbox i wasn't even going to consider of course because no resume so then she after she didn't hear back from a day or two later she came in she dropped off a resume and i had her resume in my inbox and i saw there it was like oh that's interesting when i put it on my desk i glance through it and i was like yeah equally good you know to all the rest that's pretty cool about an hour or two later she talked the people on the front of the office now there's about eight people between me and the door up there at a whole 'nother company used to be there if you do that company than about eight other people will she talked her way past that company and then had someone in our company escort her back to my office to introduce yourself to me.

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"craigslist" Discussed on Young House Love Has A Podcast

Young House Love Has A Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"craigslist" Discussed on Young House Love Has A Podcast

"We all love target we all have homegoods but i don't want my whole house full of that stuff and i love finding really old cool things are daughter's bed is one hundred years old for example at found a really cool marble top dresser that lives in the foyer at the beach house and it just makes that whole space and you know my favorite of all time second hand came from facebook marketplace and it was that in lay dresser it's like a gray and white beautifully designed very intricate inlay pattern and it reaches for like maybe nineteen hundred i forget its restoration hardware so it's expensive is the point it was expensive for the birds new but it but i got it she on craigslist and i waited for her to come down and kind of stocked it and it was my like pride enjoy craigslist facebook marketplace same they're all the same thing in my head i just call them all craigslist craigslist is like the kleenex exactly term for facial tissue exactly you broke that down for people who understand anyone used the term facial tissue i don't think so no because people your toilet paper it's true but have you ever in your life said will you hand me some facial tissue okay let me get back to my jerry's you'll have to go to the show notes because no matter how many words i use been mentioned with the chairs are i know but i'm saying you can't describe these chairs adequately without a picture so go to the show notes that young house love dot com slash podcast you can see the chairs they are metal vintage large amazing chairs and they're outdoor chairs patio furniture and the way that i got them is pretty unusual i think because it was an ad for a large piece of driftwood and so i'm on facebook market blaze i see these chairs in the background with his big hunk of wit in the foreground i'm curious while you even clicked on the driftwood and the first place even in a little thumbnail i could see these white chairs and i was like oh i'm looking for patio furniture because that's the other residuals from the shopping band guys i'm not shopping browsing things i don't need so i now have a running tally in my head.

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"craigslist" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"craigslist" Discussed on The Big 98

"So this kid put his school on craigslist treselle school got banned from graduation how much well so he went up a product craigslist said hey gotta sell the school loss of students meaning graduation his joke was interpreted as sinister and a threat by the local school district he's been suspended and banned from his own graduation ooh as a matter of fact it just happened he did not walk the ad listed several amenities including the athletic fills plenty of parking bigger than normal dining room cafeteria it's a little harsh i it seems that it seems harsh like because that's a once in a lifetime deal walking the stage sort of precedent or are they trying to set here like don't put our school up on craigslist a joke around you think that they would suspend okay on further review a three day suspension he said but denying the ability to walk that's a lifetime moment they're overreacting so yeah i agree with the agree to he shouldn't have done it but they should have kept them from graduating daddy go so why do you keep them oh dress sizes cancer spewed.

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"craigslist" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It

Unfake It Till You Make It

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"craigslist" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It

"The talent you trying to push yourself how are how would these people get gigs like that travel i mean you just have to put yourself in the music scene just now it's just mouth from word of mouth just getting out on the scene you know depends on the on the style again i'm minnow have some some jazz background jam sessions i run a community band and so i you know those a lot of people come through the community band i have a lot of people who are newtown they hear about delray community jazz band they're good jazz players so they come play with our band and it's basically a freebie community gig playing for the school or for the farmers market but you're meeting a lot of players so jam sessions and meeting players great i remember finding plenty of players through craigslist and other sort of online listings we have some called the recycler in la i remember cycling remember the out before like craigslist youngsters it was before craigslist and all that stuff it's called the recycler it was a little little as classified newspaper you picked up every week for like buck fifty or something and it had people selling instruments and you know hey i'm new to town and i wanna play in a blues band or you know band looking for rock bass player you know under thirty years old or something like that they're certainly i think craigslist and some other listing places you can connect with people and again i'm into that whole thing of creating your own gigs so you know don't be afraid to be the boss even if you're you know young on the scene or whatever is you know go to a place where there some use it playing there's not music playing and crab always big on the hey what's not happening here that i can make happen here.

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"craigslist" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"craigslist" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"It's calling people caroline when their name is caroline oh my god what's that's i've done it it's embarrassing and by the way i've wanted to in my own life one hundred percent correct oh my gosh what what a a terrible terrible situation situation if you know you'll see that person again unless what were you gonna say intervenes oh got it yeah okay by the way i've never done this before but since we're talking about john's business about my business a little bit closer plug if you are looking to fake your own death if you've called someone caroline and their name was caroline if you've thought someone was pregnant and you found out how many how many months months you can contact me of course through german craigslist the listening is a great craigslist craigslist and it's in code you say yes it's in german y'all and and what is the code for people to so that they can basically you just have to read all the ads okay which one is gonna be my head it's it's you know it's not just skimming vis but if you really read really read them completely take in every single ad on german craigslist so it's not gibberish it is not gibberish but it is something that when you read it very very carefully it'll be like the ad is winking at you i see we'll sly nod i also include the emotive con where it's like the semi colon and then princess winco winky face.

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"craigslist" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"craigslist" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Interstates are concerned on the tea dot map i i see no big uh backups or tie ups at this point uh but i suspect that may change by the time we get to the afternoon rushhour now i think a lot of people have a you know we talked about this yesterday i think a lot of people were hitting the road early uh this holiday season i'm not going to be heading out of town until friday night but i think a lot of people are trying to get a jump start even just friends of mine i've been talking to you know they already hit the road yesterday uh they're leaving today so a lot of people out there i think have plan so be aware of that we are traffic will be building over the next few days the it's already heavy enough but if they're here's an accident or some kind of a problem as it shows up pretty quickly but and everything's moving along them where a okay all right two six seven one or two or three we'll keep you updated on that situation traffic and odd weather so keep a tune right here to the talk monster throughout the course of the day and of course if you do see anything out there that you'd like to report to us call the show two six seven what oh twothree get that information out over the airwaves all right now let me ask you this folks i'm sure you're like me you've done a online transaction once or twice you post something up for sale on craigslist or maybe a buy something on craigslist or of course there's the the facebook marketplace you know a lot of people trying to sell old furniture on their old clothing that they never use sometimes new clothing that they got as gifts and they never used that either in the question has always been safety because when you set up a transaction what somebody on craigslist you have no idea who these people are they could be a lunatic they could be a criminal it could be a total scam altogether you show up for what you think is going to be you know and above the table legal transaction and it turns out that it's just somebody who wants to pistol whip you and steal your wallet and this has happened we we've seen plenty of these stories over.

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"craigslist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:53 min | 3 years ago

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