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A Message of Hope Series: Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze, Ken Coleman

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

07:48 min | 3 months ago

A Message of Hope Series: Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze, Ken Coleman

"It's just a hard time in our culture right now certainly in the United States and for that matter around the world so the first thing we wanna tell you this I'm old you can tell I've been there and we're GonNa get through this. You're okay going to work out. I was there when Y. Two K. Was going to end the world and it didn't and businesses went crazy and jobs were amiss and the economy was crazy and I was there after nine one one. Some of you weren't born yet understand but there was a time there that we really worried in America and we grabbed hands and we were unified but the stock market took us on a ride and the economy took us on a ride. I've been through a couple of flu. Breakouts of different names and people were scared. Nothing like this particular virus or scared. Everyone but I've watched a lot of people be sick. And it's it's a sad time in America in that regard went through two thousand seven two thousand and eight and I did one hundred seventy eight media hits and about seven days in those days because it was crazy and I was trying to tell people to calm down to not cash on everything and not abandoned. Hope because if you haven't noticed there is one thing more contagious than this virus. And it's fear it's airborne and people me you don't social distancing won't even help it's coming through your television screen. It's coming through. Your news feeds on your computer. It's coming from friends and relatives who normally were pretty level. Headed people better panicked right now or at least scared or at a minimum concerned. So just hear me loud and clear your okay. We're GONNA get through this twelve months from today. You can write it down right now and you can send me hate mail if you want if. I'm wrong but twelve months from today we're GONNA look back on this and go. Wow that was rough. We got through it the same thing. We said about those other calamities in crisis that I just outlined COUPLA principles that we're going to get into tonight number one is my friend. Art Laffer says no one makes good decisions when they're panicked or when they're drunk out some of your both some of your chosen one over the other. Some of you are just panicked or at just in a moment in time just in a five minute period of time you can become panicked and do something that takes years to get. Your family passed the mistake that you make while you're out of control. Your critical thinking skills. Just dissipate when you're panicked. You've got to calm down. Calm down our friend and other personality Dr John Bologna. He's a crisis counselor and he says when you're in a crisis facts are your friends facts or your friends and you have to control your input. What is coming into? Your brain is a continual news feed of fear. You watching the news channels. Twenty four seven. I gotTa tell you there's very few people have strong enough spiritual constitution to do that and not cave to the fear. I don't do that. I'm a part of that media. I'm on all the shows on all those stations. Those people are my friends that I I am not going to sit and feed my brain that all day long. My friends exemplary used to say when he was alive he said every morning i read the Bible and read the newspaper that way. I can tell what bowe shots are doing. So this is real. You got you have to control your inputs. And you have to have self control over your emotions when you're panicked. Some of you are You're just melting down. You've lose your ability to make good decisions other times. You're getting Maine and you're being nasty each other or your shaming people on your facebook page. Because they didn't do exactly what you thought they ought to do one way or the other but people that are normally nice people when they get in this funk emotionally or being very unkind some of. You've been unkind to your own family and you ought to be ashamed of yourself. So you've been unkind to someone in the drugstore because they walked across the Dadgum Blue Line and you lost. Your mind calmed down. We need a lot of generosity right now. The Bible says I'm a person of faith if you don't know in the Bible says Jeremiah. God says I've got a plan for you and it's not to bring you Har- it's to bring you hope. Hope IS GREATER THAN FEAR. But it's a choice and no one can take your hope and no one can steal your hope. You have to surrender it. That's what has to happen. Otherwise you're not there and Rachel we were talking about this idea of just having a little bit of grace in our lives and we were talking about what we're going to say tonight. Yeah Maher theme through tonight really about controlling the controllables and how key that is In this process and that includes your emotions and your grace for people Kristie Right. Here's another one of our Ramsey personalities. Were friends we're talking on the phone just last week when all this stuff was happening and she made a great point and she just had we just extend massive amounts of grace to people. Because you never know what someone else is dealing with right. Because I'm like there's the two extremes of how people are dealing with it it's either like this is all crazy. I'm going to do whatever I want. Or it's the ones that are all you know. They're they're freaked out to do anything and each side looks at each other and they just they they they spew shame and Hay and everything. And I'm like man you know no matter what side you're on look at the other side because both both need grace and I think that's really important to remember that with your friends. Your family It is a time just to say you know what they're handling things differently than I would But I'm going to just take a deep breath myself and extend that when we're talking about United Teaching Leadership. Sometimes we're in these different settings you know when people are under pressure. Sometimes it's just financial pressure. We're talking about sometimes. It's other things but when they're under pressure it's the the bad parts of their character revealed sometimes and sometimes the best parts of their character reveal and and you need to be real careful to control that. That's something you can control. Yeah I think you're speaking to influence here not just for leaders but for all of us that I love the point Rachel that you made about grace you know this is a time where in isolation when you are around just your friends and family That they're looking to you to see what your cues are. How are you handling all this uncertainty? How are you handling the bad news? You know matthew five fourteen Dave Rachel says you're the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Think that's a strong challenge to all of us to realize that in that verse. We realized that we have the opportunity in uncertainty. You could say dark times. We have the opportunity to be light as individuals as leaders. And we are all exposed in this. This is not a state crisis. This isn't a United States crisis. This is a global crisis and it is affecting everyone and each of us has a responsibility. David Rachel to realize that we are a city set on a hill in that we are doing life with some people closer than maybe we've been doing life with them in a long time due to this isolation and so it's really important as we get to this team tonight. What can you control? And we're GONNA talk through that tonight but really controlling Dave our response and there's going to be times where we all get squeezed and it reveals the ugly side of us and we all have the ugly side but we can choose this moment to say. Ooh I don't like that and I've got to change that because I am a light and I wanNA shine in uncertainty so I I think that's a wonderful challenge for all of us right

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Va Tech's Ty Outlaw to Play in Sweet 16 vs. Duke After Passing Drug Test

The Herd

05:20 min | 1 year ago

Va Tech's Ty Outlaw to Play in Sweet 16 vs. Duke After Passing Drug Test

"Here force Virginia Tech intends to play senior Guotai outlaw has been charged with marijuana possession against Duke and ENC tournament Friday unless little headline on their hokies coach buzz Williams announced in a statement that outlaw took a drug test before the team left campus on Wednesday, brick Sweet Sixteen showed in Washington DC on Friday, the test came back negative, prompting Williams and athletic director without cop to allow them to play. Now when was the original wrestle outlaw was charged March twenty first the day after he and the hokies arrived in San Jose, California. That's when he was charged the twenty first. So let me get this straight again. That's neither here nor there. Let me let me get this straight. He goes out to California and get pinched for wheat, which he knows. He can't do it against the law and Virginia Tech season. So he plays in the games already. And then they come back to campus. Five days later twenty first twenty second twenty third twenty four twenty fifth. And then they test him. And he comes up negative for marijuana in assistant. Well, I've been around the block for a little bit. You know, maybe in my forties. But I did go to college. You know, I was a high school. Participants. There are stuff out there that can ask. Let's just say these marijuana tests will leave it at that. So if Regina attack was so diligent in what they were looking to do and make sure nothing was wrong. They don't test outlaw on the twenty first twenty second twenty third were twenty four but then test him on the twenty fifth. Now, what sense does that actually make? And let's back it up here. It's not because he's still chart. So it's gonna be, you know, corden fines, and whatever it would be unless the charges get dropped. Who knows? But if you are Virginia Tech, what does this say though, honestly like one of your players? You're starters. Got arrested. While you were out on the west coast came home. And you tested him for Weeden came up. Nothing in his system. Scratch my head a little bit on this one. What what was the outcome that we were looking for here? So he had the weed on them. But it's not his we'd he was going to give it to somebody else. I. I don't know. I don't look on. And look if you're betting Virginia Tech, if you won't Virginia Tech to beat Duke. It's fantastic. It's great. And you know, if I'm a head coach, and I'm a booster. I'm a fan of Virginia Tech. I love this outcome, Jack. Yeah. He minutes. Six six four, please. He's a three point shooter. We need all hands on deck to beat Duke. He's gonna play take the old, Bob. Bobby Bowden, Florida state approach dadgum it. We'll just have that boy run some steps. And that'll cure everything. I hear you on that. But this is what does the clean drug test have anything to do with him. Having weed on them though. Allegedly. What happens if he's selling wheat? I don't know. We're just didn't get a chance to smoke. It yet. The fact that he was caught with it. Charged with it. What does having? No, we'd in your system even have to do with this. So if you crack cocaine to high school, it was in your pocket who knows what you were going to do with it sell it smoke, it give it to your best friend, you get caught and charged. You can't play that Friday night football game because it's on Friday. But then they just test you for crack in your system. And if you don't have any it's all good and you can play. What did I miss? I'm going to get it doesn't make any difference to me of outlaw plays or doesn't play tonight for Virginia Tech. And none. But I don't understand the concept of well. We tested in for weed, and it wasn't an assist them. So we're good come on man that test the guy could just said, hey, we're going to let the court case, you know, take take its roundabout through the system, and when he gets done, and if these guilty or has to pay a fine or goes on probation or nothing happens will advise in will carry out some sort of thing, neck, Johnny. This is. Administered. Make sure if he's a. Check here. See his greatest. I think he's a senior. Because I know you had a lot of hard times there. Virginia Tech couple injuries and stuff. Let's see. He's a senior. So let me just play it off like that. You know what I mean? Coming back next year. He's gonna play it out, and we'll let the legal system, but the whole sham of hey, man. Look at us. We're doing the right thing. They got picture we but has no we'd in assistant. So it's all good. Stop man's stop. The mates is hearing set for

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"dadgum" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"dadgum" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Ramsey show on W O are already in progress on Facebook. Dave, I'm thinking about telling my selling my timeshare where do I start? Well, bad news. You got screwed. There's no place to sell a timeshare. You can't give the dadgum things away. Look your timeshare only by showing them for dollar. People shown for a dollar. Why would they do that? Because they wanna get rid of. The fees the annual freaking fees. And that's what you're that's why you're thinking about selling it. Own money on it got help you. So I have looked at numerous ways over the years during the show to get out of timeshares, and I never could find anything until I found this company called timeshare exit team. About three years ago. We started endorsing them, and I've had so much fun pissing off the timeshare people because timeshare exit team will get you out of their timeshare. You're gonna pay them money to do that. That's what they do. And they charge you up front, and they give you your money back guarantee. If they don't get you out, but they'll get you out. They'll get you out of your timeshare. Stock their worst nothing. They have no value. There's no market for them. There's a ninety nine percent dissatisfaction with the industry. This is pretty much sucks beyond belief. On top of that there. Several these people selling these things that tell people in their presentation that daveramsey bought one from them. Which is about as dumb as saying daveramsey has a credit card. That's ridiculous now time share exit team do not talk to anybody else. These guys are the best at getting you out timeshare exit team. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Hurricanes, Michael and Florence dead. A number on some big resort communities on the east coast. If your timeshare is in hurricane alley or an area prone to natural disasters. Keep an eye out for special assessment fees. You could be liable for a portion of the cleanup and the repair, folks. This is why I tell you timeshares are a horrible idea. The fees are too unpredictable for something you barely use get rid of him. Call time share exit team timeshare exit team does just that they exit you from your timeshare. It's a process, but if you've tried selling it if you've tried working through your resort to.

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"dadgum" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"dadgum" Discussed on PTI

"That's that's what we're looking forward to dadgum humming. God I love that. That was great. Number six, Texas has won six straight. They play at Oklahoma state. How seriously taking Tom in Texas, and I add parenthetically they lost to Maryland in the first game of the year. But they've since then they've won six straight, including beating Oklahoma forty eight forty five at the buzzer. So I they've they've rallied got back together Texas team that knows who they are that play decent defense. Not great defense. They run the football. Okay. They're plaques and game. And with with etlinger has been really really good. Here's the thing about Texas. Here's why Texas is in a bad spot to me, you're playing Oklahoma state. Who's obviously lost way more than there used to? They're not flowing like they used to their underdogs or they're they're they're beaten down by telling how bad they are. This isn't even going to be a ballgame there, Oklahoma states at home and now with Ellen Geller his shoulders banged up. He can't run the football. He's not going to go to run the football affectively, and they're not gonna be able to rely on them as heavily Oklahoma state. The. Passer number one in the country and sacks. They got thirty sacks on the season. This is going to be very very competitive game. This could be one of those games that we talk about at the end of the day or Texas could possibly get upset. And now you're talking about the number sixteen in the country going down who's next at seven and eight to come up and be right in playoff contention. When the playoff rankings come out on Tuesday, so scratch that blowout. Tony David has no blow out and that let's talk about two teams aren't gonna play tomorrow number one, Alabama number four LSU. Both have a bye week to get ready for next week. I think Alabama's the only great team in the country. But there are a lot of skeptics out there by Alabama. David is, you know, people who think them played anybody? Are you one of those skeptics?.

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"dadgum" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"dadgum" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Well you had this. Privilege in that, privilege and that. Privilege jail but I don't have. Any hair and I'm from the south Some of you Yankees think, everybody from the south Saddam which just indicates dumb you are Anytime, you stereotype someone indicate. Your stupidity Some of you people think we. Broadcast this thing from a double wide Because I have a southern accent Dadgum nice double wide and it folk Talking to the, live audience outside But seriously guys I mean think about how we react to wealth We have vilified success let me help, you with this if you make, thirty four thousand. Dollars a, year you're in the top one percent Of income earners in the world If you make thirty four thousand dollars a year You. Likely have a flat screen TV and two cars You're in the top one percent of the world the rest of the world should, be hating on you based on the wealth inequality movement Think this through guys Listen I don't want any by before. Anybody to hurt that the best way to help someone who's struggling financially is not to take money away from someone else the best way to help, someone, struggling financially as hey let's learn from those, who aren't struggling financially do what they do and. Become one of them you get to decide that you have the power. Of choice right now.

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"dadgum" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

2:04:20 hr | 2 years ago

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This Week in Tech

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dadgum" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"So yeah yeah generates you know that fear when generates this willingness to to to give up a human rights and the pro the real problem is its met with a means something completely different in this modern era of big data than it meant twenty years ago uh governments have so much data this is a perfect example that they really can act on this stuff in a way that is very scary uh can't to add like that all over here though no i hope not i think we have i don't think that's going to happen here i hope it's not anyway uh although off although if you're the marriott employee who hit the like button on a tibetan separatist group maybe maybe think it could happen here he uh he was working for the mary at corporation in the united states um he actually he was only of fourteen dollar an hour job he ran social media accounts for a marriott and he was using an official company account to like a post on twitter uh from a tibetan separatist group china complained a got the guy fired marriott fired him on january fourteen because area mary it's got business in china so not only that you can't speak freely in china you may not be able to speak freely outside of china if the company you work for has some relationship with a cia it also just from workers are more likely to be impacted by incident.

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This Week in Tech

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dadgum" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Let's see let's see we talked a little bit on uh security now about the largest de dos attack ever first it was get hub 13 tara bits per second and amplified meme cash attack and then lovie h ann arbor shortly thereafter a similar attack udp port eleven thousand two hundred eleven of one point seven terabytes and this is all because of a flaw in the meme cash protocol which should never be a lap pointed to the public but because it was on many machines or miss configured many many many machines or miss configured uh people were able to send a ping to the meme cash and get it to flood of the the target with a lot of information so these amplification techs are powerful because you don't have to have one point three or one point seven terabytes outbound traffic you don't have to have a giant botnets to take over the style who is hit these men cash servers enough who would small winner to bites and they'll send out thousands of bites oh man expert on uh from his burt arc our friends a cloud flare who are of course sponsors a of our shows and and longtime prince point out that really the issue though isn't merely ms configure meme cash it is ip spoofing and this is why you steve gibson's been talking about this forever uh if if you can fake your ip address it's very difficult to stop these kinds of attacks and really it's ultimately going to come down to uh in my opinion networks saying you you know you can't come out of my network with the fake ip address.

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This Week in Tech

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dadgum" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I don't think it's here early geika office thank you microsoft increases opt is so it speaking of idiot computers so at the editor's at stoppings at just interrupting whatever you're doing breathing worthless that dialogue boxes i was in an event big conference with lots of foods and tables and they had a their projecting up on the wall information in a big windows update box shows up as a we've got a new version of witnesses sat there for twenty minutes i take a picture of we got a new version of windows you update and that happened to me at an airport i think i was in atlanta somewhere in the pop up was on to scream synergistic hillis hold league free people ow it's just in a meticulous who's watching this this is the last blaze that should pop up and you should it just i is ridiculous so yeah you're right this is why i'm not worried about a guy they're not even naughty or even close not even close although it is funded look at those busted nymex videos as austrians if you want an actual a forecast into the next like uh maybe three decades nick boss rooms book super intelligence is a pretty good read um it it will help you understand the realities of a n i even hate saying artificial intelligence and talent tunnel internal intel intel intel talent until entitlement huddled tunnel intestinal internal intentional intentional internal antonel intentional internal intentional intestinal internal intentional intentional internal intel internal intentional until next figuring buck.

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This Week in Tech

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"dadgum" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Always has always been sexy it's a this survey uh is designed to determine which brands generate the strongest emotional bonds with consumer six thousand consumers across the u s a mexico in the uae i don't know why they pick the uae apple number one on the list again uh and and and both among normal people and young people among millennials disney gis falls off the chart is that interesting amazon goes up and youtube is numbers three so among the lentils it's apple amazon youtube playstation starbucks nintendo gugel net flicks cocacola and walmart and i guess if you look at that that kind of confirms what you're saying uh dan that if if if you wanna be a part of brand that people love that they identify with look at netflixing is on this list look at youtubers on this list create content that they love in all can work in that lisbon i'm sorry go had brought no us how saying i would as he walked number two and number three you would a swap amazon and youtube well they're in there i mean the fact that youtube zarate halls kind of is kind of knock and people on their on their behinds because nobody thought uh that youtube would even be a player in there the managing partner ambyo him which does the study says we are surprised and pleased to see youtube as an addition of the top three most intimate brandt intimate weren't wise victoria's secret not on here intimate brands from the foothills this year's.

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This Week in Tech

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"dadgum" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Gone from the apple tv for quite a while and it reappeared around the holidays a my my theory is that this was a reciprocal arrangement so that just like you can have a apple music on in android device that they will make a deal with or have made a deal with amazon so that it will show up on the fire apple musical show up in the fire no that apple tv or whatever whatever the challenges of ramping yeah video programming then what incentive for apple just to bake a successful business creating row grooming just another iron yeah i testing seemed strategic for them it seems like the that's why we all assume that's going to be an apple tv exclusive because the what's the strategic goal here what are they what are they will why would you mean honestly really you think apple wants to be another net flicked sets their goal mop is clinging to the coolness factor like i feel like it might be them just saying like we need to be invoked like part of our brand is being the brand of artists and creators and people who do creative thing yeah i wonder if if if that's part of it for them like wanting to to stay cool view wealth and and we're not going to cede all of this other gr just like an payments rate like every other industry we have to have a competitive foothold even if we don't have dominant market share we have to have a competitive foothold in other markets and that includes audio content it includes video content and that i i think that apples not going to let uh like bensaid there's a sexy hip factor and an apples not going to let that go away just because we don't feel like doing video apple is sexy according to the annual brand intimacy service sir with his hands.

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Apple Music vs Spotify

This Week in Tech

02:06 min | 2 years ago

Apple Music vs Spotify

"Garrod out later it's what it feels like this is just another business ride off we got this yeah gave yet you've got to think the people like shamil n r and christon wig and jennifer aniston they want some sort of they're not gonna just come there 'cause you're gonna get a check they want to know where these are going to appear who's going to be able to see him i can't imagine really uh people of this calibre saying oh yeah it's okay if it's only on an apple tv that's just not that's not going to k at the big names in atlanta the oslo usac during by the way why china as a as an android user i admit i don't pay a lot of attention now apple music is doing in comparison to spotify um and and some of the other services remember when a music launched it was like oh 14 million you know automatic installs or whatever was and then i didn't get the sense that a lot of people opted into it um so i feel like i understanding whether or not apple music is a success is a potential way to look at how oh apple might be successful in making this kind of content right according to the wall street journal once again apple is on track to actually overtake spotify in paid users is not even close to spotify total users because they have uh tens of millions i think seventy million subscribers if you include the free tear but apples quickly catching up apple said they told the wall street journal f thirty six million paid global users that's a growth uh it in just a few months i think but something like five percent growth in in uh mud in one month and spotify growing two percent a month and paid users so those lines across at some point in the near found better yeah so apples growing my theory at this i don't have anybody telling me anything it's just a theory by your member that uh amazon video with.

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This Week in Tech

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"dadgum" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Having fun damn patterson from techrepublic it pruitt from techrepublic that was a coincidence we did play with that way just is there's so many everybody we know works for cbs interactive in one former fashion except for you ben you don't ben brock johnson senior producer is wbur he's the brock johnson let's see should we talk about apple we haven't talked much bad apple they have now signed yet another content superstar to produce a new series for whatever the hell they're planning apple says we're gonna spend a billion dollars for regional content they hired m night shyamalan he's going to do a ten episode psychological thrillers shemil and of course the director and creator sixth sense sign so many great scan of movies with twists in them he did a show called wayward pines this will be a thirty minute series will be executive producer they hired uh they they contract with steven spielberg to reboot his amazing stories their abating a halfhour comedy series about a morning show with christon wig jennifer anniston and reese witherspoon there's a a show produced by camille than johnny and the emily be gordon who did the big sick called little america an anthology series about immigrants is pretty cool they're putting a lot of money into this and yet no word about how they plan to do it i it is his could it be do you have to subscribe to apple music to see m night chamblain's tv series i don't know right destitute as god who unsettled have access to this stuff young is it solely on apple tv because i haven't heard much good talk about ample tv devices plate it seems like a lot of money to spend to get people to buy a device that nobody really wants because is twice as much as a roku at least and really has only one advantage over the roku apples i tunes tv in both so apples got money to burn though bailing out money you know it seems like i could imagine almost a scenario where they're like wolf.

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This Week in Tech

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dadgum" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Backyard nihar all and samsung's and yet it seemed a you know what to clocks every time when you've brian points out when he set an alarm on your on your brand new as nine is quote before you could sit alarmist they which clock you wanna use clock or clock another good user it's really a snack ayers' brian brian's a here's brian's animated emoji for bixby he's crying many many many years now starting to like these emojis by the way he does love the camera do you love the camera dan if you've been enjoying the pictures are get with a secret flomo is i gotta tell you man that is really cool feature 960 frames a second yeah yeah antius none around that yeah it are you going to get an asinine aunt or what what are you you're using the pixel now already a mall pigs so yeah i'm all take salama i'm a former this fan meat in i never really gone away from it i would love to see sam's i know they'll never do this sampson do a google experience version of the estai this just plain gugel i switch from iowa's for that yeah may be right because of the slain android is probably competitive with ios a certainly uh it's as secure because google does monthly updates uh on your on the pixel phone most the reviews i've seen of the camera in the s nine say it has its good points his competitive with iphone tan and with the pixel too but that ultimately the at i think brian said this to the pixel to is probably the better camera of the two uh but he does he did to a nice heart for the camera.

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This Week in Tech

02:14 min | 2 years ago

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"Oil the thing is when i look at somebody like google and just how much data there scraping off of me in general it it's creepy but yet at the same time is spin to my benefit for daytoday life daytoday work cut a thing i think soglesby you know i used to think that was gugel now for instance bright but now is dying yep what the hell in ah this is koogle's guy you know look google you as googles imos all right after give you gotta give us those was acting at all the other plus it it i just i i kinda baffles me a but weirdly enough according to tech crunch android beats iowa us in smartphone loyalty actually they're they're quoting uh a study from consumer intelligence research partners are see i rp if it's really a strange wouldn't have expected this graf here android has ninety one percent brand loyalty compared with eighty six percent for iowa so if there is a switch going on it's from iowa us to andhra you would a thought that is it more of a switch from iowa's to samsung the ask that question was just so strong course in the android community in a strong in just the regular person's world of technologies is a switch though i mean a few years ago it was a easily uh iphone but that shifted in 2014 and it's been andrew's been going up uh ever since i'm loyal to my pixel phone speaking have given google more data the as he nine is you do you have the s nine yet yeah i have a a review were uh uh i i would say the only i understand what samsung is doing i think aunt is onto something it is that samsung has created some prrime the they have created iphone analogues in the android market uh i i think that uh is is it makes sense for us and song to pursue their own bixby and their own operating system the kind of floats on top of of android but it's it's really.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

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"Three million doj coined is three million those quite so we're all betting on doj calling uh yeah it's uh it's it's an interesting future i i would i think we need to learn more about financing them at what this is what's happening here because it's there's clearly some convergence of forces here and maybe the ab it'll be the bank of china for all we know i don't know what's gonna maybe maybe let's take a break we're gonna talk some more we've got ben johnson here he's for wbur is a senior producer their ben does that this new show on reddit which is awesome what's a call again thread threadbare endless endless thread and was thrift threadbare might have been good to red longer rethink about your that's the that's the adult reddit threads that's endless representation highlighted well soviet for the great ape ruin here he is a great photographer writer at a techrepublic i bet you have a podcast or two don't you or i did at one point in time but now i just guessed appear uh suddenly everyone willem podcast hands we love having yonhap it's great to have you and dan patterson who was also at cbs interactive senior rhetoric tech republican zd net he also contributes to cnet and the out great to have all three of here thank you for joining us today our show brought to you by fresh books a great solution for anybody this is the this isn't it this is an interesting step forward in making money make sense if you're a small business her freelancer you know come the end of the month you gotta do that chore called sending out the invoices we've all done it and it's a pain you fire up excel you fire up word you'd get the envoys you print out you put it in an envelope you stab at your mail it and your hope you pray that you will get paid in some case.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"So i guess what i was about to say is if it's not government then the next place people will look is is is corporations right what are what are the what is the alternative you can stand you covered anonymous i know a along not anonymous but the the uh wall street occupy wall street protests for a long time if if you say well i don't want it to be government i don't want it to be banks will then i don't want to be amazon will then who well i think ben brings ben cover similar stuff in cyber and i think that what will see is is kind of a bifurcation of world's you will see a corporate entities like uh amazon walmart apple a and all of our other favor big tech companies in on the game and then you'll see the crypto community the reddit communities and those who who don't want to to have their transactions in that world might gravitate towards cryptocurrency might uh unsettle pretty bearish and cryptocurrency but the block chain represents so much more potential it feels like there's something there it's clear bitcoin at this point is a failure i know people are gonna flame me for that uh but but bump bullish on those coyne actors we're all in a dose going here too yes dodge going go george i think wow i coined his father robert have i think is a lot millions and he hung on.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"As well um i think that was a recent a story about uh hackers uh if that's the case that's really going to be an interesting uh so i think a solution that is in animus that preserves your privacy that is the fish and meant that would be very interesting i think i'm just going to keep burien gold in the backyard good luck finding somebody will take it seriously invest in nvidia seriously if you had if you had a bunch of gold let's say you have a you know a thousand gold coins worth a lot of money in where do you what do you do with them uh into the guy asks wounds and traded for depicted in the next to the guy a childish pairing of them it's not was not exactly of friction lewis currency anymore i mean there are people buy gold but i don't know if that's a a good way to do a pawnshop but then they would just trying to cheat me yeah i don't think gold is this liquid as you think it's kylie night your i wonder ten years from now we're gonna look back on this and i wonder if either will be dealing with the chaos has been created by multiple cryptocurrencies ico 's rampant fraud all of which is kind of what it looks like today or if some of this some sense will be made out of all of this this is the problem is that government is just out of the picture right governor normally you would expect government to get involved nobody trusts the government government doesn't seem to want to do anything about these kinds of things and frankly they're not sophisticated enough they are doc in the 19th century with the with the current financial system is but although he governance.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"He earned they would hold it four hugh and then you could go and take it out it's a safe deposit box bait and you go take it out and then eventually checks came along and so instead of taking money in using it you could write a check on iou in effect that the bank might make good on and that system grew then credit cards came along that were basically completely separate from the bank you transfer bits of money out of the bank into the credit card as you paid the credit card and then transfer stuff from the critic this is a kind of a crazy system the grew like topsy over a century or two that doesn't really make any sense in the modern age where you don't have pot stuff piles of cash to bring to the bank you all you have is pets it is it as fair save to count out walmart in this stuff because i don't think so i think pretty dagang powerful in everybody shops there i don't care how much money don't make or how much money you do make you shop at walmart for whatever reason in there they're always trying to to figure out a way to keep you coming back and didn't you mentioned this stuff about the the walmart pay and their little checking a ideas and what not and i wouldn't count him out we really thought went apple created apple pay that the next step was for apple was to create a bank that i think a lot of us thought oh that's apple's longterm goal i think they didn't maybe for regulatory reasons not because they didn't think about this i'm sure the minute if walmart hadden already been thinking about it as soon as they saw this headline in the wall street journal they said oh yeah we gotta do that because anything amazon does walmart scott again got to compete against warmer it's been in this game for a long time in fact their employees used to be able to exchange your paycheck for goods and services of walmart ah y'all la sold to the go but who stole yeah exactly.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

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"But uh you know that's l actually uh let me let me make so landfall amazon agent for pitches from several banks for hybrid checking account it's way is weighing pitches so it's not necessarily a done deal they're thinking about doing it with jp morgan or capital one which was our sponsor in the south at south by one of our sponsors so it's not clear who's going to get this capital wants a credit card company uh jp morgan as a variety of different things for jammeh zones amazon's partner is jp morgan as well for the amazon credit card eliahou really oh interesting k etna and and also i also i think something that's interesting ears is ju amazon amazon gets ted avoid some some charges right interior at least if you if you have a checking account with amazon slash ap morgan instead of uh amazon every time you want to move money from your regular checking account to amazon dhbai staff which can also do by the way you can sort of bank cash in amazon and then pay with i think amazon cash i forget what it's called it's called like ria per reload or something like that um than amazon doesn't have to pay you the financial track a transaction fee for amazon is also lower i think uh because you pay several percent on on credit card transactions so amazon would love to just eliminate that and this gives the company vision into transactions that are occurring not on amazon oh raid this is this is one i utter a this is one business the capital one has been in for a long time you know they are a credit card company but what they really do is see how and where consumer spending occurs whilst children are says we happening what is the number one user of amazon's uh web services.

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