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Fresh update on "decades" discussed on The Dana Show
"Reportedly met to deal with a what they described as a torrent of bad press about Kamala Harris. The polls for Kamala Harris are some of the worst that have ever been seen for any VP ever. And now they the Democrat. Women are trying to figure out how in the world are we going to? We got to throw her a life raft here. How is this going to work out? It's It's Yeah, it's pretty rough. Also, the number of migrants stopped at the U. S. Mexico border in July has been the highest in over 20 years, according to well not only local news in Texas but also CNS News. They said that customs and border protection recorded over 210,000 encounters. Along the southwest border in July alone, the highest monthly figure in over two decades, according to a senior Department of Homeland Security official in a court filing on Monday. So this is on the record, they said. 19,000 were accompanied minors a record number taking advantage of that Flores amendment. While another 80,000 were family units that travel together up next, my friend Sergio from our affiliate K U. R V in McAllen. He's going to tell us exactly what's going on down there. Stay with us. Quick fry is brought to you by Celtic innovation quality. Nothing beats.
Olympics Latest: Slovenia Batum's block lifts France over Doncic, Slovenia 90-89
"France will face the U. S. in the final of the men's basketball tournament in Tokyo Kevin Durant had twenty three points and Devin Booker chipped in twenty as the Americans erased a fifteen point deficit to demo slowly at ninety seven seventy eight the U. S. help we always used to just ten points in the third quarter and then forty eight finished with twenty three points as the French and Slovenia and look at options nineteen eighty nine in the other semi the Americans will lead short memories France defeated the US eighty three seventy six on the opening day of the preliminaries and in the USA its first Olympic lost in two decades I'm John the other day
California Is a Land of Crime and Homelessness - Larry Elder Plans to Save It
"Have now passed over the decades into a place where california at the at the top of the list. Things are so bad and so broken down the level of crime the level of homelessness in cities they were once find cities like san francisco. I mean talk about that. We have homeless encampments. And it doesn't seem like nancy pelosi or anybody who's willing to lift a finger to protect people already to keep people safe you know and just a few months ago. A governor gavin newsom was assaulted by homeless man and he was protected by his purity guard. Most of us don't have security guards in just a few days ago. Barbara boxer was mugged by somebody in oakland and her cell phone was takings. Homelessness had gone through the roof and his avenue. Answer is housing first without dealing with why people are homeless in the first place. So even if you're going to build enough housing and there's enough money to build enough housing done anything to cause people to go to the houses let alone to stay there. And all you've done is encouraged. Other people from cold weather stays to say. Wow if i come to california. I'll be treated with dignity compassion and everybody deserves it and it'll get free needles and i'll get a free home. Come on down to cops. Tell me a lot of the people who are homeless. Pitching tents who are living in skid row. Aren't even from california. So one of the things. I'm gonna do with involved are religious organizations in mentoring people to get off the ground off the streets. They're going to church. They're going to be adopting streets. Adopting blocks adopting neighborhoods. And i'm going to unleash the private sector. I'm gonna suspend sequel. The i told you about earlier so that we can build low cost. Housing low cost apartments so to the extent. Get some people off and and get them self-sufficient they'll have somewhere to live so all of that has to happen is not happening right now. And again. i mentioned. I mentioned crimewatch. We have this narrative narrative assault on the police choosing the place of systemic racism. So what they're doing is engaging in passive policing opposed to proactive policing bad guys. Know it crime goes up in the very victims of this. Crime are the very black and brown people that the left claims that they were about. It's
A Look Back at the 1983 KFC Massacre
"It was one of the most infamous crimes ever committed in east texas. Five people kidnapped from kilgore. Kfc then shot to death now. Thirty five years later. One of the men convicted could soon be set free on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three kim. Tyler stopped by kilgore texas. Kfc or and eleven pm to see for mom. Mary was still working to her shock. She found the restaurants door open and blood covering the floor. Kim ran out screaming. This begins one of the most mysterious texas mass slayings and as you can imagine. There are a lot of texas mortars. Today we're gonna talk about the infamous kentucky fried chicken murders so like we said on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three mary. Tyler was thirty seven. Opie hughes thirty nine. And joey johnson twenty or on-duty at the kfc and kilgore david maxwell twenty one employees at the restaurant who was off duty and just kind of hanging out and monty landers only nineteen was a friend of theirs and they were both there to visit with joey. The restaurant was about to close. It was likely around eight or nine pm in this two hour between eight or nine. Pm and eleven pm. When kim tyler found the blood inside the restaurant something terrible happened the next day. Five bodies were found by an oilfield worker off county road to thirty two four. Were shot point blank in the head. Their bodies were all pointing north. The fifth was found a ways later one of the women who was assaulted and facing a different direction. Obviously the town was shocked. Close-knit everything you'd think of conservative. Leaning as the police started investigating they started putting some of the pieces together. But since the murders happened between county. Lines ruskin greg counties. It meant it was already a contentious investigation. You'd think about an investigation anyway especially at this time. Nineteen eighty-three probably didn't get all the evidence. Maybe not as thorough as they would have liked and so this complicated things even more soon. The texas rangers also be involved appointed by the department of public safety to keep the case. Organiz sensing the tension between the two different counties. Two cousins from tyler. Romeo pinkerton darnell hartsfield became suspects just weeks after the killings but joe records at the time falsely indicated. The men might have been in jail at the time throwing the cops off their sent though. Hundreds of tips poured in more than a decade. When by before rusk county grand jury began meeting to an indictment in april nineteen ninety-five. The grand jury charged. James earl mankins junior. The son of texas representative with five counts of capital murder. Mankins who had conflicted pass to say the least and his wife deborah who also became a suspect had tied to the scene. There was a fingernail found on the victim's clothing and mankins was missing the same looking fingernail and the to fit while he was charged with the murders he was later released after beginning of pretrial proceedings due to a lack of conclusive
China's Ambitions Toward Digital Colonization
"I started my career in the. Us army back in two thousand five back then. I thought for sure. I'd be learning arabic and going to iraq but The army had other plans for me. They sent me to learn mandarin. Chinese at the defense language institute and i served for several years at the national security agency on the china mission so i was analyzing intelligence and translating chinese into english there and that led me to cybersecurity. Eventually i went over to private sector. And i've worked for You know some enterprises and some startups. And i absolutely love working for intelligence companies and Last year Great position opened up a recorded future with insect group. So i found myself Working with insect group on strategic level intelligence and analyzing cyber threats and pretty much. Anything related to china. Well that is what we are talking about here. Today we're talking about the report that you and your colleagues at the insect group recently put out. This is covering china's digital colonization Can we just start off with. Maybe some descriptive stuff here. What prompted the creation of this report. China's been very busy with cyber espionage campaigns over the past decade but especially over the last few years and i started doing some research on some of their digital silk road projects. The digital silk road is a part of the more widely known belt and road initiative. It's basically a private sector agenda that aims to extend china's digital presence abroad and enhancing its commercial and political influence so as i started researching some of these digital silk road projects. I found some interesting findings around how they were using. These projects to influence regimes in certain regions of the world like africa. Latin america and south asia. So that's what prompted me to do a little more digging and find out exactly The scope of these projects. What they're being used for. And what type of influence. China is Gaining in those
Remembering Climate Change, a Message From the Year 2071
"Twenty two thousand. As we're a crux in human history they began with the first pandemic a slap to the face of everyone as they had to acknowledge that they were a single civilization on a single biosphere utterly dependent on science to keep them alive. Civilization is a fragile thing and although people started the twenties hoping to ignore that profound truth even after the first pandemic the great heat waves of twenty twenty three torched any such hope humans cannot survive combinations of high heat and high humidity that rise above an index temperature called wet bulb thirty five and that year the wet bulb thirty six events in india in southeast asia and in the american midwest killed so many more people than the first pandemic that it was made clear to everyone things simply had to change the arrival of the second pandemic put an exclamation mark on all that the question that desperate point was could things change could humanity stop it's destructive ways and restore balance to its relationship to its biosphere crucially. Could it lower the global average temperature of the earth in time to avoid killing millions more people more animals and indeed entire species looking back from our perspective sixty years later this of course looks possible because they did but it was by no means a sure thing you have to imagine what it felt like at the time when panic filled the air and no one could be sure. Success was even physically possible many declared that humanity was doomed. This is why that decade gets called the turbulent twenties or the terrifying twenties only much later did some historians began to call it the terrific twenties or even the roaring twenties although that's a historians joke and as usual a bad one it was not at all like the roaring twenties of a century before it was much stranger than that in these critical years lessons learned in the first pandemic put to use. The scientific community had rallied to meet that crisis in an unprecedented way. Unleashing a burst of cooperation and creativity never seen before and now they did it again.
No-Sanctuary Cities: The Talibans Latest Surge
"The american government has been attempting to draw attention to its evacuation of translators and others who helped in its two decades of war in afghanistan. Since the first of this year power consular staff in kabul has issued over five thousand special immigrant visas and interviewed thousands more but the administration would doubtless prefer to draw attention away from his this over the weekend. Taliban insurgents made inroads in the cities of herat lashkar gar and kandahar as american forces have withdrawn in the past. Couple of months taliban has surged taking district after district setting parallel governments in much of the country's rural expense. What they seem determined to do next would put the country right back where it was two decades ago. The taliban are advancing on the streets of three big afghan cities provincial capitals. Edward mcbride is the economists. Deputy foreign editor. It's really a sign that the momentum in the afghan civil war is with the taliban. It's a fight far bigger than we've seen over the past couple of months. It'll be tremendously worrying to the afghan security forces. Can they hold on and can they hold back the taliban assault and this comes clearly as american forces are almost completely withdrawn. Now what resistance against the taliban is left afghanistan so america announced it sort of final withdrawal from afghanistan. It's due to be completed by the middle of august. Those troops are really already gone. A tiny number remaining in fact american ground forces hadn't been playing a big part in the war for some time now but american air support played a critical role in fighting has done for the past twenty years but those planes are no longer in afghanistan. They do still sometimes come to the aid of the afghan security forces. But they're now much further away.
Two College Football Powerhouses, an Angry Commissioner, and the Big 12's Uncertain Future
"So max. It's early august college. Football season is still about a month. Away has the news of the past. Few days really destroyed your final quiet days of summer. Yes certainly while to think that you know. Usually in in her line of work media days tend to kind of be that starting point for us of it's all downhill from there and coincidentally the big twelve just had their media days in arlington texas. A couple of weeks ago. Not a word was mentioned of realignment or fears of realignment or of texas and oklahoma being on the way out or on the fence or anything and so forever to go through all that sort of polite typical preseason talk and stuff and then within a week the world finds out about the scheme that texas and oklahoma had in the works clearly for quite a while here pretty jarring just for everybody. Well the reason why we brought you on. Max is to explain what in the world is going on in the big twelve and also these claims being made against espn and what to make of all of this. So let's start here. Can you describe how important the two teams that will be leaving. The big twelve texas and oklahoma are to this conference. It's really hard to some. How much texas. And oklahoma mean to the big twelve from a financial standpoint from just sort of a brand perception standpoint. These are the two powerhouses of the conference. They are always the two programs that rate the highest in recruiting the get the best players square. Marvin talented fresca. Certainly texas has struggled to win in a big way over the last decade. Despite having so many good players but oklahoma's one six street conference titles is the big twelve champion for the sixth year in a row for the fourteenth time in the twenty five year. History of this conference. These are kind of the tent poles of the conference there. The top of the food chain here in this ten team league and you know the money. They bring in benefits everybody in this conference.
Olympics: The Salt Lake City Buyout
"In february two thousand and two athletes from seventy seven countries gathered in salt lake city. Utah for the nineteen. Th winter olympics during the opening ceremonies ice skaters carried flags honoring the previous eighteen host cities. The crowd applauded for locations. Like lake placid bjork seat. Maria switzerland oslo norway more but when the salt lake city flag entered the stadium. Spectators erupted into earthshaking cheers for many salt lake. City residents hosting the olympics was a lifelong dream. Thirty years in the making after decades of unsuccessful. Bids they'd finally earned the chance to host the winter games. City officials hoped this would catapult their city to global stardom turning it into a booming tourist destination as their flag triumphantly paraded through the crowd. It was not hard to be filled with a sense of hometown. Pride however. Tom welsh the man responsible for bringing the winter. Games to salt. Lake city was conspicuously absent. Instead of celebrating he was facing fifteen counts of fraud conspiracy and racketeering. The us government claimed welsh ranna sophisticated campaign of corruption spanning the globe. He'd spent hundreds of thousands of dollars bribing dozens of olympic officials just to bring the games to utah. It appeared that salt lake city didn't earn the olympics at all. They bought them.
Milestone Medals in Pool, Surprising Winner in 100M Dash
"He was born a month or so Jacobs is the first letter from Italy to win gold in the fabled men's one hundred meter final Jacobs whose mother is Italian held off American front curly to finish in a time of nine point eight seconds curly the silver medalist almost made up the ground to be Jacobs in the final thirty meters before falling short come from the four hundred in income from my main event to now my vent and come away with a silver medal at the big stage of my career I'm blessed with a hundred across Canada who is third rail click brought gender sharply capture gold for the U. S. of men's golf he killed one Shortwood over Rory Sabbatini now competing for Slovakia the men's doubles gold medalist is Germany's Alex Vera he downed Karen Khachanov of Russia in straight sets the United States has its best weightlifting result at the Olympics in over two decades K. nine taking silver in the seventy six kilogram class so easily adding to her medal haul in Tokyo she took bronze Sunday in the uneven bars I'm John Murphy
Don Friesen Interview The Only 2 Time Winner of SF Comedy Competition! Show #76 - burst 1
"Little frightened or in trepidation about getting on stage in the only way to beat that is to keep getting on stage and to start that improv troupe. At usc in the fact that it's still going today is quite a tribute to you. I i'm very proud of that. And i don't take responsibility for the continuity. Because i thought when i left it was over i didn't i wasn't the person who like you know continued the legacy or whatever but Somebody in the troop Kept it going. Or because at the time i was founder and director and i was kind of like the Never the biggest talent in the group. But i would definitely the driving force. Yeah the power behind the movement. What's the name of that Improv group it can need interrupts really. That's a great name. Yeah which. I didn't come up with either but we yeah was a great name And they've they've had like they've had famous alums and Several snl alums and Then improve definitely become much more famous than i ever than i ever was starting out so well but still even sure i could if i auditioned for them. I'm nitric getting really good. I don't know about that. But i think that You still get the crown for being the guy that started and perpetuated the entertainment form on a campus. That's business oriented. I mean that's a very serious collagen to get something like that. Going was not only. I'm sure helpful to get you through your last year of school but it's been helpful apparently for the last three decades to other students
Carl Levin, Michigan's Longest Serving US Senator, Dies at 87
"First elected to congress in nineteen seventy-eight michigan's longest serving senator chaired the powerful armed services committee. He was very active around civil rights local development and protecting american workers having interviewed senator levin and read his memoir. Getting to the heart of the matter. I have some reflections. I imagined that if senator levin had a role in a television show he'd be fictional president. Jed bartlett's closest ally in the west wing practical and patriotic levin's thirty six years in the upper chamber as a democrat had paradoxes a democrat who investigated spending and financial excess in government as well as wall street a staunch believer as chair of the senate armed services committee. That america has a strong role to play in the world but voted against the second iraq. War levin was consistent with himself. He was a man who spent decades of politics. But i sense. He felt good about his impact when he saw himself in the mirror. Getting the heart of the matter reminds me of the writings of ben franklin. The similarities with the founding father aren't just physical appearance surprising wit and clearly understandable style both levin and franklin shared the belief that the long game mattered that even if it wasn't politically popular in the moment moment to make things happen in a country with a lot of people with differing views. You shouldn't always take everything off the table for your opponent that making is how democracy actually works his memoir is a blueprint without saying it and how we might put the broken engine of american democracy back together again. Levin rhetorically lays the parts on the table. I won't get into all of them. But they include the broken filibuster where he called out his own party for creating it then in order for an electorate and your colleagues to trust you you need to have a consistent northstar and compass and he's right if you look at the popular senior senator from vermont. The reason that he gets photo shopped everywhere sitting on a chair isn't because of any particular political stance it's because whether they agree or not people connect with him because they believe that he is who he says he is.
U.S. Worker Pay Rises Strongly as Businesses Fight to Fill Jobs
"A healthy increase in the second quarter wages and salaries as employers try to fill millions of available jobs the labor department says pay increased one percent for the three month period that ended in June for workers in the private sector that's down slightly from the first quarter but still the second highest increase in more than a decade for the year ending in June wages and salaries for private sector workers jumped three and a half percent the biggest increase in more than fourteen years however total compensation for all workers which included a slowing in the growth of benefits rose just point seven percent in the second quarter and just under three percent in the past year my camp in Washington
Gun Violence in America: Newark
"For decades newark new jersey was listed among the country's most dangerous large city. Going to begin with that breaking news in newark. Police are confirming. This was a targeted shooting. Deadly shootings in newark. In less than two days the city of about two hundred and seventy thousand six just on the other side of the hudson river from new york and had the nation's third worst murder rate for large cities in two thousand thirteen or almost fifty consecutive years newark had been in the top ten most violent city. List's akilah arouses the president of the newer community street team. A group that works to reduce crime through community outreach cheryl says by the nineteen sixties newark and particularly its communities of color suffered under the weight of poverty discrimination and violence and it was made worse when crack. Cocaine hit the street. In the nineteen eighty. All of us agree that the gravest domestic threat facing our nation today is drug eighties. With the crack epidemic hit urban communities across the country it decimated newark as it decimated most black neighborhoods across country. Trauma was allowed to fester in ripple and and so we saw the impact of of those policies around the world drugs and world violence drugs or menacing our society they're threatening our values and undercutting our institutions how it impacted like kind of young black men and also communities of color all across the country newark was no not excluded from that but starting in two thousand fourteen things began to change newark new jersey tonight. Tatting a big drop in crime and cheryl says with the election of mayor razz baraka. The city took a new approach immediately. Started the work on building out. This complementary strategy to policing the newark community street team as he at the same time started to doing some reform within the police department. The raka broad public safety under one umbrella police fire and other safety groups under a newly created department of public safety. A move to the city says help simplify operations and reduce costs but it would take more than that to see lasting change. There has been progress helped. In part by a legal settlement in two thousand sixteen the city of newark reached an agreement with the department of justice following an investigation into newark. Police
Senate Votes to Advance Bipartisan Infrastructure Proposal
"President Biden in a bipartisan group of senators finalize key parts of the bill, NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Senate Democrats are also working to pass a separate, much larger package. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he's moving forward with a two track strategy to pass the largest infrastructure package. In decades. The first track is the bipartisan bill focused on traditional brick and mortar infrastructure projects. The second track is a budget reconciliation bill where Democrats will make historic investments in American jobs, American families and efforts to fight climate change. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has warned that she won't bring the bipartisan infrastructure bill to the floor until the Senate delivers the larger $3.5 trillion spending plan. Senate Democrats are expected to pass it by using a budget maneuver that would not require any support from Republicans. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington President Biden today called on Americans to follow the latest guidance on mask wearing and also urged people to
These Capitol Police Officers Give Law Enforcement a Bad Name
"Doubt that tears were shed over january. Six i'm not trying to minimize that but wait a minute after your testimony on capitol hill as as a capital police officer. You're going to sit down with donald. Lemon and trash talk cnn. I is that kind of typical behavior of law enforcement. let's get. let's get john's perspective. Who i understand has been an officer for over three decades. Is that true policemen for thirty three years. John yes thank you for calling us. Tell me a little bit about what your reaction is. What you're seeing fell a law enforcement do on cnn and msnbc yesterday all these four guys. In my opinion they're They're playing to the democratic party. They got their own agenda They're looking for payout. Maybe maybe harry dunn's going to become a cnn contributor. john. Yeah i mean the I've been last letter. Riots and i know a lot of guys been hurt and that one of them acted like any one of these four guys. This is this is totally ridiculous. You know i got a brain traumatic brain injury. And i'm gonna be off he's looking for a payout he Suda city suda The capital. I don't know what is agenda is what i know. You want a bad mouth them but me being a policeman. I can bad mouth. I'm giving everybody a bad
Accusations of Sexual Abuse at Manitoba Residential School Investigated
"The royal canadian mounted police has confirmed. They have been investigating allegations of sexual abuse at a former residential school in manitoba as dan carpenter chuck reports. The investigation has been ongoing for more than a decade. The large-scale criminal investigation was launched in two thousand eleven into allegations of sexual abuse at the ford alexander. Residential school officers traveled to ottawa to review archives of the school and to the manitoba archives. For historical information they ended up interviewing more than seven hundred people across america in the search for potential victims or witnesses since then rcmp officers have compiled a total of seventy five victim and witness statements. Here's dan vandal. The federal minister of northern affairs. The i think the fact that there's an ongoing investigation is Is something that that is is is justified. And we know that there were crimes committed the ford alexander residential school operated from nineteen zero five to one thousand nine hundred seventy it was built on the ford alexander reserve which is now the sad king i nation last week. The first nation began searching the former school site for any unmarked graves. Police say they will not be. Providing any further information about their investigation meanwhile rcmp in saskatchewan of opened an investigation into a death that is alleged to have taken place at a children's home which was not recognized as a residential school but which housed former matey and first nation students for national native news. I'm dan carpenter took
Ex-Cardinal McCarrick Charged With Sexually Assaulting Teen
"A defrocked former cardinal is the first in the United States to be criminally charged with the sexual crime against a minor former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy in the nineteen seventies according to court documents obtained by The Boston Globe he faces three counts of indecent assault and battery the victim alleges McCarrick began abusing him when he was a boy and groped and fondled him when he was sixteen and as they walked around the campus of Wellesley College where his brother's wedding reception was being held in nineteen seventy four Mitchell Garabedian who's representing the man said in an email it takes enormous courage for a sexual abuse victim to report having been abused and proceed through the criminal process an attorney for McCarrick berry Coburn told the AP they look forward to addressing the case in the court room the former cardinals ninety one he was defrocked by pope Francis in twenty nineteen after Vatican investigation confirm decades of rumors that he was a sexual predator hi I'm Jennifer king
Man Shot and Killed in Fresno, California
"Cute dog this is fresno california. That dog barking belongs to the latest victim of gun. Violence murdered moments earlier shot several times. His dog left alone as police. Look for evidence. Shortly before we were out on patrol with officers of fresno police riding with officer bread hutchins out checking on a burglary when the shooting call came in on a victim of shooting racing to the scene with lights and sirens in this city of five hundred. Twenty five thousand population far bigger than kansas city. Pittsburgh or cleveland. Twenty twenty was the most violent year in fresno and over two decades and twenty twenty. One is outpacing that with shootings and murders happening so often. These officers can't get a break. We arrive on scene running to the victims or run an interim police into a homeless encampment. Down jot running the officers and men down. He's got a got. I got one entry wound right here. Medics aren't on unseen yet. So officer hutchins or hot. He's known to his colleagues begins doing cpr. Two three four six but the man is dead. Officer hudson says it is unfortunately a regular occurrence in fresno majority of it is gang related there's fresno's just inundated with With the gangsters palko balram is fresno's new police chief coming from oklahoma city to run this department. He has a battle on his hands. How do you fix arising gun violence problem. What we're seeing is. Yes a peak in violent crime and there's a lot of factors that contribute to achieve chief bald aroma and so many police chiefs in the country. It's not an issue of legal gun. Ownership of vast majority of the guns causing problems. Here are illegal. They aren't bought and sold legally and talking about people who have been to prison for violent crimes who have no business carrying a gun. Active gang members people who are intending to hurt somebody with the fire.
"decades" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"A year for aspen to fill their order for four hundred million cova nineteen doses if they get enough supplies for the world. I'm alana The island nation of madagascar in the indian ocean continues to suffer from its worst drought in four decades. The lack of rain in southern madagascar led to crop failure and mass hunger. The un's world food programme's has more than a million people don't have enough. Food and tens of thousands are on the brink of starvation joining me to discuss the situation as shelley mackerel. The world food program last week you wrapped up a month. Long trip shelley to the most impacted reaches a madagascar. Tell us what you saw. Incredible logistically quite a treacherous journey to even get to the south. I started my journey on a sunday. I actually breached the south of four days later. These roads that are fairly impassable sort imagine driving over rocks. Full seven to eight hours then. Driving across bridges normally would stay flowing. Rivers gushing streams. This is cracked stunned. A gusts of winds almost halley type sandstorms that sweeping across a land. Which would not be. You'd be cultivating rice or maize is just crops and empty. What were people actually eating. Then when you were there apart from the russians that we give them often edges foraging eating whatever they can find that is planned studies leaves. That is this red. Cactus fruit is what we call survival coping mechanisms. There's a word in malagasy cooled kerry kennedy means empty stomach children who met some of the treatment centers for severe acute malnutrition. Children who you would look us in. You would think they were tiny toddlers but they probably five or six years old because poor nourishment under development obviously affects a child's growth. When you sit in the centers it's just silence. No energy children to laugh to speak i. I met one brother and sister who mother was in the field. I asked both the little boy and the little girl his sister what their names were they barely could lift their is to look at me and it was so sad to see tiny tiny children whose childhood is just spin stolen from them. The root causes of food insecurity can be pretty complex often political economic and climatic factors but the world food program has stated that in the case of madagascar climate. Change is the number one driving force. Explain that why is that believed to be so instead of the gas got monaco. It's absolutely apparent because of no rain and whenever it does rain it's never enough rain. It's not the right sort of rain. Thunderstorms swept across and destroy the land. Where you would normally be harvesting this community of people. One point three million people who are food insecure. They've done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they are living on the front line of what is a deteriorating situation. So what kind of solutions is a world food program proposing short and long term. And where's the government of madagascar and all of this. So we all will concede with the government amount augusta and they will probably say the same as well. It's resources it's attention. It's awareness the wolf who program we've been asking for seventy eight point six million dollars to help get people out to this desperate situation. We are looking at other ways where we can help varmus who've lost their land to work in other means or give my car insurance so give some.
"decades" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"The at the end of the recording you know young. Radical kid Just fro-ing in my my little tantrum at the end. You know now if saudi interesting for you because you've been doing this for thirty five almost five years right give or take. It's if not more or if not more about my first record out what. Nineteen eighty one or two years. Yeah he's funny. And then before the was around soundsystem so Impossible sorry i cut you there. No no it's okay. One thing we were talking about before we started recording was gone the same way. I'm a traveling salesperson right. So i travel. I'm on the road out of hundred one hundred and thirty five days a year. Cove it and i remember i for decades right and it was just begun for two weeks be gone for a week on for three days gone for a week for eight days gone for seven days and i remember all that time. Go god. I wish i could just take a break. And then when quickly and coded happened. I got i got forced the break up our mess with it. That's what i was telling you before. War the code. It was just mad. Rollercoaster guide on the and. I love what i do. I truly appreciate what i do But the beginning of last year. I was just saying to management and abandoned. Everybody look. I just want to take a break. Just wanna chill out from you. Know an asset to a memento. Get mid ticket jamaica. And i'm just gonna wait for a while in jamaica while we do the next leg of the tour and as i said before because of the aso because he jusque might get at it and i was hair makeup. Unfortunately my uncle died a saint thomas here so a funeral and then a little bit after that band. Nobody is going anywhere in here. Comes coach vic. Nobody's going nowhere.
"decades" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"The racial tension really bubbling things are really knife-edge movement right and obviously decided to some I. Guess this some white people in the country who probably feel a little bit. Talking about race in general to some of the pupils fee, feel a bit afraid about what's going on. They don't want to be replaced right. Like they have to give up their jobs to let people get. This shouldn't because they did nothing wrong? Is a we attention happening at the moment sometimes? Still kind of having to fight against it should today hitting up against a brick wall, so I guess this sentiment does day responsibility to the idea of like Roy human race. Rag because I think what this. Protests proved the purchase against police brutality. This whole different places that a lot of Americans have. On happy with the way, police are treating deficits right. They know happy about it right there. They are a bit too aggressive something that we can all agree universally so. But in order to change an old I to reform. Reform, sorry, the police force. They're going to need help. Everybody is what isn't ever. You can't reform the. Everyone's help that's right, but then he he phrased. This is defeating white supremacy. White supremacy with white people Chris Black Supremacy. is a trip like not. We're all together now. The phrase black supremacy is insane unless you live in Africa right. There is no such fingers back supremacy in America right. This is exist. It probably will never exist so the F- so him saying that you if you want. If you replace white supremacy, you just get black Super Mris nutty. That's not going to happen because more of them. Them they have. How can it just doesn't make any sense? That will probably this this whole tweet work if he just would've tooken this, just say if you about why people is impossible. Right equalities right something like that right. If you just took this bit defeat in wet privacy by why people is impossible, like not willing to give, that will have fine. It's a little bit cornyist. Now mistake. You know that would have been something that you could get behind. And suddenly that you just got lit up in the comments you know straight away. Something the bottom territory Terry hammy tended. I call your name lead. There's another one was literally mean Venus Terry Lynn is very dangerous to create that false acquittals on the centuries long systemic and institutional pressure mechanism do pits read, of course, those words using big words. But! Yeah, you just like I. I sometimes wonder whether or not kind of intentional. The is like once. You played this role of being the guy that's going to say the source stuff. You just have to keep on doing it because you, you kind of like the attention or just in general. Because there's just a role you decided to play. Maybe that's the thing because a lot of older kind Hollywood axe Hollywood. Hollywood actors, someone like a Terry crews they probably semet would will smith did when he kind of went on social media. You probably have to add another string to your Bo-. 'CAUSE you're not sure how long that Hollywood? Train way of kind of ripped black older dudes going to go right. It probably won't lost that long. Got Maybe a couple maybe. A decade left in you right or maybe five years. I don't know so. You have to kind of do other things took so that when the film create kind of falls off a bit, you can segue into being a token head on the show maybe being. A personality Johnson thing maybe doing a podcast whatever you have to already, but you have to set the groundwork for it. It's quite hard to kind of jump in and say hey guys I think we're seeing that happening with them. Stena Gomez her cook insure people not going to. 'cause you never saw anything. Maybe if you're a Superfan of senior Gomez, you might have seen if you her story. You see a cookie in the morning. You don't know anything about her cooking so suddenly. Comes out with her I. Think she signed with Hace be or some shit? Red Race, some some big network which comes out with a cook and show you. The hell with is coming from. But the clever way if you're terry crews is to kind of seed. You know these duties. Controversial things say these you know. Have you weighed? MISKELLY MIS calibrated. heartaches so that once the creators fall by the wayside, and you come out, and you try to become Denise Jason, whitlock. It's no surprise, but I don't know it's just a shame because he never really struck me as kind of dude, he seemed pretty safe like in A. Pre safe like a sense of the word, but now he's just adopted. That kind of I'm going to be. That guy says controversial Shange just. Yes, and again it's just it was the wrong thing you know so. What is black? Supremacy does even exist. When did I exist? Can you tell me in America black supremacy? Since Sane. Or, maybe he shouldn't make two points at same time right there. The risk affection there's people have been. Movement, who are property pushing for this like? This really nihilistic kind of like in A. Conclusion where like old white people have done them wrong kind of a bending the knee Lincoln Efi and share and der on the front maybe. It's now time to say probably not, but you know again i. I think this is number example of the older crowd, being more susceptible to devour virus in the younger crew. The Pun intended anyway. That is an hour in the bill. Thank thank you so much for tuning into losing show episode number free to free I think as per usually. If you wish to myself, you know links to south do. Blogs that Milwaukee checking below accessing the comments follow me on instagram. Please do so. I guess no Singa or one word uniform twitter were more active. 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"decades" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Will more. Was a fool's good. Before I leave you guys. Terry crews ethical has entered Terry crews. Now Terry crews and Bill Bava because I guess he's going through. Some kind of awakening I. Guess Maybe Again, Red Pill or whatever? He seems to have kind of tried. It seemed to position himself as the CEO of things, people don't want to say right. He's kind of being that guy. within the black community in America and I guess is kind of. It's kind of dangerous position to play because for the most part most of the black entertainment people here, most of the people in the entertainment industry are black or in the Hollywood industry. They sort of you could probably. You know they probably were line to a certain political party? They're probably Democrats for the most part they'll probably lean left more so than lean right so to stay to kind of like. Put yourself out in front and say anything that's deviates from the general consensus is quite risky. If you're a black Hollywood celebrity especially, if you're celebrity lie, Terry crews, who doesn't necessarily have the? The best reputation among CPS mostly because of the nonsense he did once he got himself inside himself. In the whole Gabrielle, union, beef that she had Americans go talent, right, which is a really stupid thing to do. I don't know white himself involved if it that's what really fucked him up in first place number one, no one should be gain. Terry crews for any kind of political or social. Social Justice you know point of view or Impression, you don't issue, don't go for him. For your kind of take some. What's going on in the world? That's what he's therefore. He's dead to Flexi specs. Be Funny on camera and just generally goof around till you had to navigate industry as applied guy coming up blah blah. Blah Blah Blah. Be Don't go to him for those kind of text. That isn't his forte, but unfortunately you know in the of social media any age of streaming I guess and US having phone cameras. Whatever people just talk about Shittu. Don't know about and it just you know the Games positions or maybe. Brent or news companies are looking for click pay titles, and they asked question to set you up in you buy it, and suddenly you're on the front page of everywhere and you have to apologize. So he's in the same situation, right? He was awesome, questioned about was he gabriel about? Yet, he is question regarding. Gabrielle Union's ongoing Legal Battle Greg talent because I think she's suing America's got talent for discrimination something on those lines, and instead of just you know. Toeing the Party line and just you know. Just. Even turn the Pie Lampe, just instead of just having no comment on it because you don't know the case and you know you don't know businesses going on behind the scenes he instead I think he kind of like a imprint. You'll have the. He added a bit. Onto the common, that really made a spicy to everyone side hate him about ways, says something like Oh. I've never I've never had a moot. The America's got talent being the most diverse te. Right dimmers diverse group of people ever have been his career, which is absolute the insane so to say, right? And will sentence the end of is what really fucked him up and this and if you see the new tweeted, you know that he has a tendency to put you know. Put his foot in math, but he fucking up because the general sentiment of his tweet was okay, but he just added a couple more was in the tweeter. Spun it yet away so this is the original article from buzzfeed. Doesn't get up, yes. So from buzzfeed Turkeys have been criticized for standing up going union and it says here. Who's been criticized for prison? America's go off the former judge. Garber Union was from the show for literally. Cooling toxic work environment. He says here. He says I can't speak for sexism because I'm not woman. Right which you probably should just stop day, right but I appreciate a union actress appreciate reunions at a cost as colleague and hope whatever she's going through I'm standing there with whatever just something they didn't say this is what is a cosby sexism. Because women crew said today show her some first day backhand speak on behalf of any racism comments. That was never my experience at great. Make to tally like he went so hard in the paint, trying to appease the people that he works with which is really ridiculous because. He should know more than anyone. Having been his Hollywood veteran a if he makes one. One Fuck up right one mistake one Social Faux Pas, and whoever owns Americans title withdraw from Nuxhall Potato. They did it. They don't have any low T to. surfed to to go over and above to kind of. Protect the brand of this company. You don't just because you know because it's a cushy German imagining being a judge on America's got. Talent is pretty much. Ado, you get kind of Cedar fucking freaks and Geeks of the world who? Exalt you as some Savina bastion of what's good a. what taste is yet? You kind of get his false impression. You have taste because you're able to discern. Somebody can sing on, not saying which is you know anyone can do that? Slump ratio macaque could do it But I guess he. cushy when just to protect all means by all means necessary and just fight back in each face. So, he says I speak the the. Continue as crews went unto cool, the talent show, which hosted IOS the most diverse place I have ever been ended my twenty years of entertainment. Do you know how insane the communist to make leg. 'cause obviously you insinuating some way shape or form the Gabriel Unions ally right? Because the whole case. All ideas that she's suing her because. Because lack of diversity the fact she felt uncomfortable meetings. Topics come I. Don't know whatever it is. Some dissenting behind the scenes with no knows about involves. You know really powerful Hollywood player Gap Union and whoever owns America's tattoo in disguise going have out the paint so I guess that's what kind of gave him number. One people kind of looking at this side I right in thinking okay. This guy's not really about culture and probably another thing that gave her ever mark was. The thing when you came out and said agent try to touch him up at pie for his wife. Right and I guess people just some people in the community. Just impression America just didn't understand why he didn't break that guy's face, and in which led some people to think okay. Maybe he's on the download allegedly other know whatever this this things around which is weird, because before those instances before he came out and said anything had by his agent before Gabrielle Union incident personally from just now cyber come those celebrity guy I don't give a shit what people do, but it's lockdown. Everyone's bored. I haven't heard anything bad about Chris, I don't know. One spoke ill of him known said he was annoying he said Corny I didn't hear nothing about him, but the moment he did a couple of Faux. Pas Sites scrutinize everything he did, and he gave them every kind of ammunition as I'm. GonNa prove. Recently So in theory everything he says he is okay, but it's just the way. He says it's just a messed up in his. I guess of the back of. The debates that people are having around the protest the happening now across America..
"decades" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"This Phil. This was filmed in Queens back in nineteen, seventy six. Alive. Why people saying get out of here. You. Don't get out of my neighborhood DOT COM. Start hitting US knowing rob everything. Works. Doing everything. We say we're doing everything expire. We don't read it every time of why. We. Don't push out there neighborhood. The lots of start hitting the. White people. A white label. Precisely. said the time has finally come times from. Time to finally stone to find they finally as I say finally. A racial injustice. Dogs I mean that's the way to animal. Human Beings. Treat other people like that is just wrong. Black my president. The president skin should have though. On how you treat a person. That's just wrong. I cut down. I can't say that I hate the I can't say that it's totally the kids fault. I mean I'm sure their parents had seven be on the way they feel and everything else I think justice system I don't know. I can't say that I hate the cause I don't. Can't take back no her. They always. Know. I spit on come. Door Back on, ain't nothing, ain't to play the chain. PRIEM, strong messaging there a way to end the enough to change. In I, don't know man, pardon me kind of agrees. I, thought some of these protests that are happening some of the compensation to your like especially when you would, you would have assumed right after seeing video of George Floyd dying right in the hands of police brutality. As a victim of petit right in front of your eyes. You saw the beginning, so the Middle East or the end compete to give your mind for the most part most of these stories. If it mostly stories have little, usually kind of gas, Safety Joe Card for the police officers like he did he did that. You would have heard about already right? Nothing's really transpired. Devastated would so for. For the most part, what we see is probably most of the story does not much else is going to add to it unless you know the defense attorney for the police officers and has some fucking trump card. He's back pocket. He can put out for the most part we know. They've fucked up and essentially killed the Guy because essentially what they were scared of a black man whatever? We can. Have that debate over time, but we story. and. The collective anger declarative grief was felt by most people, but yet still we have you drew brees. Come and say I in a way. I don't take any. Disrespect to flag will be tolerated under my watch right then you go, you know some of the conserve your black people in America like Oh, wyde-am some. Black lives matter people. Talk about the black violence right. And you go. Everyone's talking about all. It's piece of protests of writing is all these things that just distracting from comment from the exclamation? Like no, no, no, let's get to the core of the message right? There's a there's obviously some sentiment. What is because I'm not in America none of my business, but there's not something. Brewing of something festered the some raw. is similar to an inability. 'cause he's some Roy in the building on the foundations of America that they've been ignoring for decades. that they don't want to address. They don't want to kind of get to hall of the issuing kind of -Tario down style beginning ravages. PLO liquor pain on ill or replace a door window here there, but if the foundations role and you just have to start again and I don't want to, which is really interesting. I wonder why that is because we know what the we noticed issue for sure more and more likely than not even though you know, the satistics are show for the most part police do kill more white people do black this Milwaukee people in America. So that's ever dose cystic, but. We cannot accept. Oh, come this. We have to share some kind of cliff agreement that more likely than more like it. In no nine times out of ten, a black person would get killed in the same situation. More often than white guy would just is what it, isn't it? They would intimidate by size if he may be had previous. Recalled we don't. That is neither here or there, but that is the issue. So why don't you speak of that? And then he gets the ever base, but it don't WanNa do that just want to. Stay! Divided. It's really strange, very strange situation going on end because on the other side. You've got black lives. Matter people diverse in some of the people in the inside of that war. Would that kind of? Pushing the HASHTAG, solve have different motives right. Some something are pushing themselves pushing themselves full would. Push them whatever they're representing whether they want to promote in some way shape forward like he's just a very. UNIFIED MESSAGE BEHIND IT. Does neuro leadership in the country as well? Trump is being pretty quiet if you think about how. I would say quiet camera. He's not been saying loving, which is very very clever. Whoever's been handling because they know if you get in camera? And just let them lose again. He's going to say something stupid idea about. Deflate watching down, being proud is like. Jemmy so. There's no leadership in the country, no leadership within the people that are protesting group. No one's unified message. You've got this whole defunding the police thing that just sounds nuts, but then when you look at me, dig deep unease. Some sauve there some think cool to come here, but it don't want to change the wording and make save reform because they actually do mean be fun, but it actually mean reform is a whole shit show in it is a really which issue and in the UK you go the finger the schools in Kobe. He's just. I don't know man since look at what's going on like. Living in a in a in assimilation as As either must intimate. When he went under Reagan off the first time that we actually might be nation at Israeli moment it could be, he owns only could be because none of this makes sense. It doesn't I come trying to make sense of it. Just by watching and stuff that read online by just climbing sense of anything, because it's kind of like psalm freeing offer Innis wacky every restraint. Maybe just me, but I think people are probably feeling this way. But they missed something else.
"decades" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"What was it like? Do you like? He was enjoyable or And is it as bad as they're making? It seem his I'd like to know what's going on. So let me know the comments Billote CH-. Anyway, let's move on here. But Boos De. Corps. Nicole racism her. People are angry. was when talk about this move on the did it off with district. It was quite funny at. This I. THINK IS A. Come on load up. So this is a contact back. No her America's resources post. This is quite Grimmett. A look back on what s must have been on a look back on. It was like growing up in the sixties I'm a Chamisa. Sixties in America racial tension is high and the black kids here who kind of be essentially insulted and ridiculed and. Lows of really can nas things of being frozen furniture them, and they're handling was such dignity and such grace, and in the get together essentially took a by the experience growing up in. a fairly segregated nation in America time. And I guess there's some lessons to be learned from it in terms of how we conduct ourselves in the world in general who was kind of going on now, Post your floyd. Steph has been a law of you. Know protests springing up with over the place some of them you know little bit ill-conceived, but for the most part everyone solve banding around his message. This idea that thumping some things need to change. If it's you know sometimes I think the one in Mexico sprung up because some kid died in police custody. You know indigenous communities of likey to running against the police, and over Mitch Oration of them and you know. The brutality of the police may be in that regard. You've got P people. Hong Kong taken advantage of it to to latch onto their protests at using the crude phrase of a springboard to kind of you know elevate their message, so everyone scored their issues going through country by country nation by nation, and they're trying to deal with best they can finger some lessons to learn from how these kids conducted themselves in the face of really really evil. and You wonder what those kids are like. Now the ones that show in at all this nonsense them wonder where they are now they grandparents and parents, or whatever but blood yeoman. Get up on here..
"decades" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Twenty pounds against legal rave by the current environment, and some people also testament for. If? You have any scruples. You can charge up to it. That's what I was thinking. During this time we measure, she put in a good rave. Forgave him good rate just point something right where people could just go out SCO into a place, and for there in some sort nightclub and a couple of lights, or whatever may be a Smith machine. Put War into other. Right chargeable twenty quid deadline up to do especially. If you've got bring, your own drinks is not this. It's no Gimme in his no brainer I paid twenty critical, whereas pie would have their embar so imagine if you be OBI. Back in London the Pie under the Railway Arches makeshift onslaught is heating up as jade by eastern dubs pulsing out of the sound system. The Arab is wetter smoke smoking when we entered into four million miles away from the normal routines shadowy figures. UNDULATE and sweat as red blue and yellow lights play across the bodies. People are queuing of the Balmy to play with in the corner of the room, laughing smoking not to the be as pay drinks and balloons of matches oxide. That's the thing is to look. Someone has poison. Have this finger. They sell balloons I. Guess if you're not renting the if hiring place officially I duNNo. If it's like an underground thing in poor annoys, food is really sketching unnecessary risk to take wowed. You porn away, house, Pie and then. Sell balloons. At the ball. Way If you. If you get looked down, but a piece or get busted by something like you know, you have to explain the fact that you've got way more people in this basin that need to be the for of health and safety regulation things that they're going to be Rep. then go into the background. Find fucking. You Know Mad Silva. Kennison's everywhere from people just lighten themselves with these balloons spring directly into the into the is focused and share I never understood deafening, and as well as not the. Am I've done a couple of balloons here in there after Pie, right? You also knew new way home. And some kid outside, it's to Your Cup balloons by witness thirty do it. In the rave as a finger I get yourself going. Is So you you be? I don't know. Maybe it's just me. Maybe I'm old. A Tunis's. Article says is easy. Forget that we're in the hall of the capital city on. Keep repeating. The Nation has one the highest curved net in defrays, but you're damn and Anya reporter. A statement center mix bacteria, savage free pikers Oxford member said we've absolutely kind of anyone. Do Look them three pies by defined by laws. The laws property keep on people Hamas. The of unclear earned multiple kettering places that keep you don't see okay as people say in the. Racist that's why we score to give each other since Clinton. Powell for enough however looked on isn't a bad law is not even really a law. Government has no enforcer entries, and and the let come completely noted he's been working class who have been complete, actually done their best to keep the most vulnerable safe understand and free pauses working class culture, and we've been will absolutely hold the line to high school. So, they're probably seeing as a wit, fight against the elites. Maybe s sure. Maybe all these kids are putting on these free poise during lockdown on the kids from affluent families. WHO HAVE THE MEANS? Right? Mom that don't give a shit if you go outside. Because if you if you're from working class, families know where your parents are going to be okay with you just wondering around the streets, right? Especially during covid nineteen, going to be even more coach doing more cushite because they're worried if you do, Gail what they're gonNA do. Especially! If your kid support your family, they don't. They can't afford heavy sick. If you're some, you know if your Kid West Paterson stable in fucking loafers. You don't you don't really in. Chuck in a couple of grand to Pineau, no to buy in a bloody are x to only one pioneer units, some couple of big speakers and playing somewhere. You know 'cause. Do Model Friends with sovereign rings are GONNA rupp, probably I duNno, but I've pre interesting article regardless This is featured on.
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"Not see the traditional concert experience return until the fall of twenty twenty one at the earliest, or until there is a vaccine, we may see more driving concert experiences for more on this story head over to loud wire. Madness. That's true we are. Is something that we hearing a lot of that supposed to be going to be any live shows until you have a vaccine and Miss Public Club events will be few and far between but. Be Ways around. PEOPLE GOING GONNA. Find It. You know no so legal. You know ways to get around the whole club arena thing and legitimately like I'd much rather see my life, my favorite band in person you know even if a second fifty. Cap Arena and you have to stand to me as apart then Cinta cost I wouldn't do it again. That's starting in the circle finger. Waving is fucking stupid. Stupid will never do it, but if I had to do it to see my favorite by doing that rudderless in my car. Me Other but. Talking about illegal raves. I found this pretty interesting article on mixed meg. Regarding illegal raves happening at the moment during coronavirus lockdown, which got me thinking. People are having fun. Even I'm not having fun. I assumed this was happening anyway, she kids were out there. You know trying to make it happen Wasser lockdown because I. Knew Trust me like I think I've realized a things about myself. June lockdown in them. Prior did try to did kind of Thomas of this story down going guy and a God. We'll time by. Don't really right I go to cease. To St. Play against two gigs of stuff I. Go to you know whatever if I'm going play from playing myself. Go to. Pilot to keep the divide going buffeted. Most prominently out would because if I was. DISA- beheld to me, but the lottery mumps of lockdown had been pretty cool. I've enjoyed Laura reading a bunch which documentaries writing would add good stuff I've. I've really enjoyed it. So, desperately, wife made. Competed no effort. To look online and find out if things are going to give shit and and I would never go anywhere in because I. don't really feel safe. Being around strangers during this time. But I was obviously very wedded is definitely people are doing the complete opposite end. They having a hell of a time. That's for sure, and this is a article from makes that kind of breaks down, so it says here people are breaking lockdown to ten illegal rise across the UK during. This has been condemned by stab you carefree party crews says if the is the only hours of. Of May twenty fifth just hours off the Bush made it televised address defending his sir advised only companies and more than two months into lockdown, these London high sheet that we will. That is completely empty. We go potty train station, flickering neon light than ten lead on the site street walk alongside the road track a couple of hundred miles. Be Sorry Cup hundred Mars imagine a going. One hundred miles one way as might one anyway, it continues. Alongside real track for a couple of hundred meters until a standing outside an industrial area. Yard sorry where the trump of hypnotic house based on drifting into the womb summer night. There's nobody hanging around Oh curious sites or Bengal Hill Gay enough the brief argument over the twenty, th century where a lot of positive union under one roof as well when we see in fills and were at the scene scenes, but familiar and the semi weeks of ten completely at the same time. Yea, imagine what it must be to go into a warehouse. Rave during lockdown I think was. On my switch with all yet are no I know where I'm at now, and you can get into the groove again, but imagine it must be like to kind of go in the room and he. No, you should already be there you own. No, you shouldn't be day. It must be. Let ooh so thrilling, and it must be sign is like. Called the people that are moaning looting like I. Take the measure blight whereas my protesters I come on brother, you know if you dare protesting as subtly it Turner from the morning, and anywhere from you know from sunrise to sunset, and we'll side you know. The Munster came to play people in Flipping Antifa Moss, creeping around is suddenly someone flings, a bat or brick fruit advanced store. You might jump in and get yourself a little slip on Jeremy That's just what it is because you feel bit noise August. The same thing happened if you're going to raise. Your friend kind of gets you out. You go you. Go and Grab A. Little Rosa in the park. You grab yourself a little slice of pizza from flipping Voodoo, raise or whatever it gets delivered to the park and you're saying. Chatting about some do intended, us. Telling. You USA play for some dumb bad. It doesn't exist and has suddenly you get persuaded to go pick up a couple of crimes of cat and he. You are under bridged on east London thinking bloody l.. A. New continue article associate continues as the room is dimly lit and fifty people don't stay while the DJ spins bubbling. Bass Heavy House recoils. This morning is one of the several that have started springing up across the country despite the ongoing Covid, nineteen pandemic and a league measure, restricting mass gatherings of people which have been introduced in an effort to stop the spread of the disease. Early, in the month on sixty, my west, mercia police announce that shutdown a raven shropshire. estimated was attended by seventy people. Audio at assumed to dip in under a bridge in London. Thing is weird and I wonder why I guess when they stop these braves and Mike the Middle of nowhere in England and a popular, and he kind of brushed him all over the news is published. You just dissuade probably to put kids often it but I the Soom. There's loads of fingering the same time it's A. Why wouldn't you talk about one company rapping in? In London don't want to. I guess they're afraid. If they put the the one under the bridge on on BBC advocate, just get inspired on the and rave right, but I guess you can. Maybe the thing because I I never understood that like. Why would you be up to kids doing something you Shropshire? But he wouldn't be doing something under a Brizo in Hackney. So it continues, says the same night that we attended Ravens, London, a group of and I'm saying how can because they say these London but I assume hacking me.
"decades" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"You. Hey, it's Tony with the latest rock or don't bigger Rwanda back again. Just probably put some UCHIDA anyway, so driving concerts. is obviously another big thing in the UK. We don't have much of a driving culture. I would say. Maybe up North Korea thing. London Bloomberg have much of it. The most I've seen is when they do these like outdoor cinema things. The do have in. You know big parks. Or fields where some people might be able to drive their car up, but they'll still have their. You know bedlow blanket on the US on the ground. Torture meeting gets called. You jump in your car, but the actual. Gravel cop have in a massive screen and watching a show isn't really. Of UK coaches more of an American thing. I'd say now regard, and mostly from what I've seen from my friends I have 'cause. They usually spend a lot of time in their cars. Driving around or go into place and hanging out with a friend, having to smoke or listen to some music, it's not really thing where you don't really go in your car to hang out. People 'cause snow thing unless you. Unless you WANNA go race I. Don't know there's no thing that you do so. This push has been a bit of a push in the UK. We've trying to experiment with other ways to get entertainment back into people's lives right before lockdown. They don't want to be a home with data on. Go See some live music comedy Scher has been. Some companies are trying to push this whole driving thing right and I just think it's a complete waste of time. It kind of is similar to like the look raves where you have people dancing in little circles, ground and shit is a bit like. Why would you do that, right? It's just doesn't make any sense to me. and if video kind of explains a little bill and if anything. Kind of confirmed my suspicions that. Going to call to go watch a movie, his madness, an absolute madness but I'll let you guys beated this the judges here on this one. Hey, it's Tony with the latest rock news. The drive-in experience began in one, thousand, nine, thirty, three, but a drive in concert. That's the latest development in Denmark, as the country aims to circumvent the concert cancellation issue driven by the coronavirus, pandemic and social distancing measures in the Danish city of argues singer-songwriter mads langer played to a sold out crowd of cars who drove into a field where he was performing on a newly erected concert stage. Complement, the five hundred single pig was announced just six days prior to the event and similar events are in the works for the future. Not only has this occurred now in Denmark, but south. Koreans, have also started having drive in shows as well much like drive in movies, attendees were able to listen to the concert through their FM radio transmission, according to the local newspaper police or satisfied how the event was handled, stating that people behave the way they should, and all cars were out of the place within half an hour. It's a creative. Might be creative boot. Part going to a concert. I'm sorry like an and this may be kind of Brady. Maybe kind of appreciate. And also made me kind of why some people run to the front of concern of. US is kind of gills and stuff, but the love runs in front of the barricade and just stare at the person. Assess plane. You don't get sense of WHO's even behind you every night staring at the person right yet I guess your life your property. You know wanted a number one find you. Send them mail with sheriff's even touring around the country. That's another thing but part of the beauty of into a Gig as a rookie up just before you know. Before the live actor about to go on stage if you're ever. Your Beverly Lazy won or you go to see the Walmart at play. Get a couple of beers. Amaze you. You find a corner. Whoa, somewhere you just watch and will expose in SPEC out the room. See what you go where you understand. We WanNA dance, but it's the ambience of people around you right? Everyone's sweating breathing on you. You can feel people skinny robin positive. We'll composites damage. Leave the show on you. Scourge these me stepped on someone's shoe and something. That's part of the beauty of it. Sit in your car that you probably traveled to from work right? It's a commuter. Is the car that you take your kids to school in? It's you and your fellow. Arguing is the car that you take your mom into work and shit. It's not the same vibe in. It's just a bill. It's like it's like watching Youtube, when you work computer, it's not the same in you WanNa do on yours, so it's like. I don't know. As much as understand the need to go out. I would really be against. Go into anything that had to do this like I. Honestly would it just it just seems that complete hell to me. I'd much rather stay indoors and watch a rerun of known old in Iggy pop concert, or you know what some fucking old top of the postage Oh what an old Biv a an old mobile upload to someone did from a festival went back in the day then go and sit in the car and watch a concert or listen to a concert through. Might Radio speaking in Worcester Person Super Far Away what we look you looking for a window shield that is depressing. I don't think there's an even worse of in my life Unsee, and but I guess this is the same crowd. This is probably the same type of people that go to those sort of like silent discos. If you go to a silent, you're probably GONNA recovering. Go see which a movie. It's the same kind of weapon in it is not you know all up Dan Ed in a league? Best cut coupons in the Metro Sham puts them in their back pocket les. Mis Museum. Solution, and with numerous public health experts predicting we may.
"decades" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"I'm bitch. I'm not petty mean. Right. All this stuff. Those come again. Put out about how she just went to fight against. and. Then he goes to a point where. She just stopped trying to prove people wrong, and just sort of like len into the you know that kind of persona that she'd kind of built up for herself and kind of confirmed everyone's suspicions that she probably is a bit of a mean person she be can be a little bit cutthroat. Corey can be a little bit manipulative backstabbing, but it is what it isn't. she success foolish makes good record. She taught me well, and she has a loyal loyal fan base. Probably that opponent. You know what there's no point trying to convince people that don't like me to like me, 'cause. They're not going to be friends with me. Because I do so, this probably could explain why. She decided to collaborate with six nine again. Because in her eyes. She's Never GonNa get who would whatever friends she had that left her in jumped in car train. They never gonNA. Come back again because the two completely different personalities. If you like Cardi, full is a person. I don't see how you could ever be a fan of Niki nausea the they represent complete opposites that not represent the complete opposite personality wise. How they interact with defines music, they make for the most part just how they carry themselves to complete opposite, so there's no way you could even have some kind of overlap so. It does make some sense. Why should be like you know what effortle- because she's not losing anything. Any of hardcore fans, the Bob's are really that bothered issues. Karoo, six, ninety, just happy that she's got newbies ago. I'm assuming because they want a new album, her right so. They get whole album featuring six nine. It'll be over the moon about it. So I. Don't think it's that much of a big deal for them. But. I guess if you're a casual hip of your hip hop on general seeing somebody like Nikki Manashian somebody of her stature. Who you know, people deemed to be a legend as somebody. A certified is a bit disconcerting when you see them. Kind of you know trying to call. Attention online and be like a viral hit or to try and catch viral moment. They call it the the virus, right. And I. WHO's funny because there was a time when? The Hippo. Bax would kind of. Point fingers at younger guys will be that God. Know these guys over here by the music is just about the environment do what known sense of Hickory decree due to get into, but if you look at, it really is the artist to are all actually. All the artists are a bit cold. Right ever necessarily go up hit running the moment who probably have a necessary shown the ability to you know kind of a deputy times over all kind of reinvent their sound. Jumping away. Those are the ones that actually are more prone to doing. Things online to get attention just to kind of device a record day. The ones that do the most corny things to be on his the older artists, actually the truth of it because if you're young guys. Is You know there's only so many of those antics you can do? UNTO. He kinda gets boring. You can have to do to subtly or just become an antique wooden antics. Yourself so. Surprised really like I, said no surprise, a fate Nikki's. We'd been a person and she's kind of lent into non black. Effort if you're going to me. I I'll let them talk about me on my terms right, so she's Kinda Preston. Describe with him. She got this photo shoot with the dude. was she sitting down looking at him lovingly or acquisitive? Liana Yes, so I'm assuming video as it is in a him wearing his personal bays, millions talking about she makes guys. Come quickly Donna stunned the things that they did of repertoire. He want from you in that regard but Let's see what that sounds like. He just interested to hear it. You'll be the same length of machinery, Timofey five. We Nikki maybe at the end or on the chorus. Of whatever you could open the show. Let's see here drops. I share review I'm GonNa Review I don't give a shit. Really s move on. So loss of having the warden, low things and a lot of things and we're GONNA, get into some bits and pieces I've seen on the interwebs. Discount a little bit close. Boom boom boom. We go okay. So what else have I seen here? Driving consists. Do you can not me? No, thank.
"decades" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"How people navigate on social, especially you know the big stars, and what they're willing to do for the sake of it, and sometimes they willing to do for the fuck of it This comes for news from hot hip hop I. She just come out nausea. Think CH whereas here. Let me get your so. You takaiser six nine and Nicki Menaj announce trolls single. So, it's been Ruben for wile that six nine had a big collaboration in the talk. The WHO's going to do a pretty big Be Guys in the. Industry I think this came off. The back of the general election was up because six nine km. elegies because six hundred Vicini was released from prison duties, cooperating with Police Aka, snitching those assumptions hip of comed- that no one was going to welcome him right? Everyone's GonNa blame is going to be complete in a no from your phone industry, and he just had to be a social pariah, and just you know had to move to Mexico and making rigor tone and hang out with you know and well however. So I guess this. This news is reaction to that like no I've actually got the backing of the people in the industry behind the scenes, but it don't WanNa come out because they don't WanNa look bad in front of their peers, because essentially this mostly like a peer thing I think for the most part if you're fans really care about six nights niche. And the care about the circumstances around his case and why he got home in. An effort. He put our families at risk or he look. He's you know. He's co-defendants up because he wasn't willing to committed fully to the gangster lifestyle, most people don't really give a shit by love. The kind of Tension in this whole story comes from the industry. Like he his disparaged by his peer group Rice nine by the people of Indus Live label executives, and those people that work in a record label themselves front of House. Marketing Team Autism the roster whatever list people are going to hate to do right because it's just A. Group Greg. We all kind of hate him because you know. People Culture. has some ties to say you know Gangland coaching every guard and was proposing image of being a gangster. He wasn't true to himself. He wasn't true image of truth to that lifestyle to that code of conduct, and he kind of broke one of the fundamental rules of of being in a gang. An was this as she by for his other. co-defendants always other gang members under the bus of the he'll be free. And if he commits alive, so you have to commit you know there's no way about it. I am one of those people that will say and I'm. I'm no alibis closer being against us. You're Jeremy and so I know that, but he decided no I'll do it, but. If we if we were living in a new normal. Post covid nineteen. We have to accept the living in a new normal you know with the streaming era. with social mediation new is just a different world I think You know. There was back in the day. When Youngberg, you know used to get rubbed every like every week for his jewelry. He fell off his moped of Yana. Becca they just lows of really unfortunate kind of you know Social Media Faux. Pas Right. And for the most part, he's career kind of got tanked off from it right yet, kind of go into hiding and changed his name know he's. Just had to kind of fix up his Michigan. Come back a new and improved, and even now some people still probably hold it against him. I don't think it's an amazing producer. That thousand big issue back then just feed nowadays wouldn't be if a pretty hot. Up and coming producer did what? John Gabbay. German Cabana of his name is did and sight. You know all bunk was name right side, noting of interviews and doomed lions on fucking on the table was. Getting interviewed by Angie, Martinez non what can give a shit as long as you. Producing the music, no one cares, but back in a date was a big deal so I think there's a tension there because maybe Nicki Menaj represents. Old, school and six nine sold at school. She did Hey. You should know better. Collaborate him, but you know they both probably the same person regard that's probably network which I regard, they see a lot of each other in themselves may be at. The. Article says. Six Nine Kim knowledge on. How said you single trolls which are released on June twelfth The rumor was true. Ought to be speculation. That's extra Takatshi six NASA was teaming up with a big name repor on single the identity of the said Rep has revealed for last couple of days been teasing her turned to the game with some hints she shared. Why appear to be some lyrics on the twitter? After report you transport six hundred sixty location to for individual or the longest suffered from free setbacks and foam delays, the new single tech sedan especially being announced the says showed you how to get a bag now. You going shopping, okay cool! The And of course you could image with this sort of animation of Nicki Menaj. Then six nine holding hands and I guess tongue kissing in some regards We might see some sort of. Viral moment where he kisses her or something, I don't know that might be one of the things they might be able to do. Of course musically, will it be good probably not if you've got a taste of what? Six hundred done so far post coming up pen. You'd have to say if he's lost credibility. BY FREEING IS IN A. Game befriends under the bus. He's also maybe lost some of that. Punch to his lyrics, because he don't have those kind of certified fight goons and tell him, and quite possibly be might be you know I don't know if ninety street I've not really looked at deep into, but maybe some of these due to go shrine from Eden, never know the might have been helping him out with some pause additive edge to some of the stuff you saying so the lyrics now especially that go-between wasn't that great That much playback value. Am Assuming Charles will be the same to. Trust my end up being that fee where everyone loves Nicki, Minaj, verse, and just kind of. Enjoy six nine. Open I just the Nikki kind of spray, so that might be a situation, but I'm assuming we're going to see some kind of lip embrace. I'm so tongue kissing awesome so antics, maybe slapping Obama Donna. And then. Images actually the development. This is Nicki Menaj direct, several dragged severely for six Columbus's again from what new hip hop, so I'm guessing Bay says Nick Music Fans Okay Nikki. Defense like her. Collaborate with six nine. Assume right because fifty chide quite well full form quite well on the charts. And if there's anyone that cares about charts, placements and stuff is six nine Nikki. Right they they always on about what they still on the charts so this probably makes sense should be surprised. He says here. mystifying social media reactors Nikki Medoro six, said this This is a movement to endear people. Brandon emergent not succeed because after announced she would be teaming up six nine. She's been dragged across social media. Yeah, that's to be expected so the Dragon Is a picture of the the to clapping artists. The dragon is interesting because I think when it comes to Niki. It seems like similar to maybe a K Hopkins, they tend to kind of enjoy monotonous clicking on competent. But, let's say. I find it interesting Nikki because. There was a moment where she was trying to be liked right trying to get back into good graces with the public right Maybe that was. During ongoing beef with Cardi B. or off the fact, but it did seem measured. Making some effort to kind of re rewrite wrong to kind of re.
"decades" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"You're fine I'm feeding amazing. For. The radio silence of to had some health difficulties as they say in. Immediate days has some complicate health complications actually the issue I had. A sinus infection as disgusting as it may sound if you eat something gooey. Oh if you're drinking something liquid and please put that down wasn't describing my experience or skip ahead, but yeah I don't know what happened. I guess I'm assuming in my been something Paul. Lead you to my as MMA. Maybe party due to my prevalence of wearing face, multiple Nagoya aside, and if I breathe well I, some Bevan mouth breather so maybe. The lack of CO, two positive for nostrils was affecting. My way was was was being compensated by the way Dow's mouth breathing. which allowed me to catch them? Share in my nose, Dan, trying to nose, brief or nasal brief story. And essentially I got point where war for the last four days or so have been. You know kind of in the my duty. Shake him profusely. Sweating buckets as I'm Kinda doing a little bit It's been good for the way I guess a COUPLA pounds by because I've just been doing nothing, but bloody hillman science affections are no fun I. Do not wish those West enemy is not the finest experience ever I would not know recommended admiral whatever if you. If you, WANNA, get one right, if you WANNA guess affection, and you know market for one Qadhafi. Show you a guy I know Sonya you up a God damn. What a naughty experience! Because we'd kind of headache pain being. Had a paint wit headache pain right in the middle of your forehead. so it just above here brow. Machine, US way most of your donkeys laden. You know some his. He oversee where you scientists. Cheeks funk something dated. Shake it out. oversee my mucus. Some reason was really yellow. And stunk What else could really eat that will mouth tasted funny. You have a brush, your teeth and a couple million to have been. A couple of mates, then you autism, then you've kind of reached that point where even be? It doesn't taste that Nice. Even coaches takes weird in your mouth. Right could kind of T. That's where it kind of felt like my mouth that was kind of weird and strange and yet no fun experience when and Out Our them. Out Stress. It was made even worse because we're going through a pandemic of. Global, pandemic, and I happen to get a virus that makes me have some feverish symptoms. Right where I'm shaking. And stuff, There is some coughing up not that much businees. Asthma but bloody home, and you start to worry not to worry very quick healer Jesus if I. Get it because you know I'm I'm kind of past if I get algae, not just going to be over for me. Lights out I've just got to. Kind of. Let me self biles like Nah. I can't be a wash, too many documentaries about people that had covid. Of watched read, too many articles of been you know A. Substance. Kind of signed up to a really informative newsletter, I get every day. That kind of gives you. A updates won't be learning and discoveries from. Scientists I've been keeping myself quite impressive. What's going on what it like? You have it for the most part Ram, no doctrine if you're buying kind of guesstimate. Not Definitely have a plus you know will ultra careful when I go outside ammonia for the most part. Go daily. Rounds will be much weekend shop. So my weekly shop for the food, I need to cook a home in softball. I'm never outside a partner I. Try and keep everything in does looked in key. No messing around, so I was like Nah surely I didn't. There's nothing could have done. That would have done that and you know I love the most of the. Majority of my time in Latin was wiping on book shops. Nowadays I don't so much because you know to research conflicting bits of research, but most of it has proven that. Every need 'em covey doesn't really spread on surfaces as much as they would. So that should be fine, but you know. Put the most part you know. You'RE NOT GONNA. Get Anyway FRUITA. I'm Kentucky's be exposed to a lot longer than just buying couple Lavina cucumbers and mistook market. But God demos. Wait for moving I was worried, but. You should worry because I'm now. Nice healthy, nice and safe and yeah, direct for me from you know someone East London or Gaza well, because unless I had Elf's Gabon. Puppy had won, and yeah. You got me thinking, you know. It just got me thinking of what people go through when they're on their own. Going? Infra Wendy in the home, full of people to have it to like imagine if you're in the house flash with somebody or just in your room, Mason enough to of your general, he'll ever. One might have it let. The covid must feel the other people in the house. Don't have right you kind of plane this I. Don't know this game of chicken. Of all you trying to avoid each of us, don't get it just really bizarre moment bizarre place to be and she does. Not have been probably stranded here because they didn't have a chance on leave the U. K. before American go look to their family, so yeah, it just got me thinking about that and also got me thinking about this whole. Must Debate. Is Finger just a really bizarre thing like? I guess I. Guess It's mostly an American thing and because I'm drinking to about away so if you want to join me, please do..
"decades" Discussed on Marketing Secrets
"Already. So if you remember. I was talking about like sitting out more of a promotional scheduled of our calendar. Where it's like okay. You know first week. Every month we do this. The second week we do this third. We just like a consistent plan that happens over and over again so we I did a podcast on that a couple of months ago and then we've been slowly trying to implement things figuring it out and then it wasn't until two weeks ago in our company. I like basically stopped everyone and did a whole bunch of stuff and it's funny when I did my call. Rachel Hollis was talking about same thing. She's like she's like the difference between a peacetime general in wartime general. I think you know prior to cove nineteen stuff word. Peacetime General Says Talk About Things. Things are slower getting done and When this whole everything's changing was coming in like wartime general. Now like I'm coming back in and taking over some stuff we're shifting a bunch of things and that's what we've done here. I guess my teams we came. I came in and I shook up everything I everyone. Stop what you're doing now you this now you're over here in this hour shifting things around and It was cool. I offer my team. It was really fun because I thought for a while. Everyone is going to be like Who moved my cheese? If you read that book who am I? T's everything's different But instead they were all excited and fired up and it's been really it's been really fun so they're just amazing team. So that part's really good. So kind of what we did. So one of the big things that was interesting And I think and I complained for this my business and so you guys. You've probably blaming yourself for your promise. To fact we all should but the problem we haven't clicked phones like obviously two sides of the company. There's the side building the software. So That's run by todd and those guys and they're always building and improving and making it better and so on my side. My job is just how we sell more. Click finals like. That's my role right to get more members in and get people using it educated all kinds of things and so we're always creating things to do stuff and I think my problem so excited about the next thing where it's like. Oh we built funnel flexing over there. We spent all the time energy money in front of things we launched it and did well shifts the next thing and we build this logically shifts and act like but nothing gets the timer to need because we cannot leave it behind your the one thing. I think that we are coming. We don't really good job with was actually click funnels like we spend five years focusing on getting people in clip finals in like and so that's why it's done so well but all the other and things they do well but they're always these peaks and valleys because this is where our focus goes like energy flows and everything happens and then we ship somewhere else and it shifts again nothing compounds on itself until about a year and a half ago it was the very first time we did the one challenge and those who remember this. We did the original inaugural one frontal a challenge and it launched any killed. We have like five or six thousand people register for it and it did. It did great It did it. Did route did awesome and like in September of two years ago and then at that happening we didn't do it again. The Timber Tober November December January. We had live and it was like right after that. It was so good so we sat down regarded done. We launched it but this time we did something different. We hadn't before this time subs launching. In the means shifting. My focus team shifting their focus. We left somebody behind goner team. Shame Shame Larsen and Shane. And you're in charge of of a and you make sure this happening twice a month. This is the process thing. We kinda gave it to him to run it. He got a little team of few handful people. Now who run that that division that thing and every single week every single day ever seen what they're making you better and better and better and now I look at it. We've been running a challenge for a year and a half almost two years now and it's now of the key parts of our business like a we sell you know. I don't know if that number somewhere between thousands and thousands of people every two weeks joined the challenge and keeps growing fact. If you haven't taken the challenge go to play. Dot Com But it's amazing and it's just. The process is better and better in the coaching. Better than like the the systems. And it's just it's it's just consistently amazing. So that's that's one thing that's happening right And we left someone behind and so look back what we're doing now and we have always amazing. Assets built out lifting behind. Its we setbacks. Okay instead of US. Begin next thing all we're going to do is we're going to figure out what our core. Kpi's or core goals so for us. It's like how many close members how many two hundred ninety seven dollars a month level numbers and how many fifteen hundred all month level members right and so he would. Kpi A freeze wants the Cape performance. Indicate many people are in each of these tiers? And that's the number we need. And what's the tool this system the process? We're using to get somebody right. So a fake somebody to join. Click funneled right now. You're Clinton's how to get them to stick and so we decided like the the tool the thing the process the funnel the thing we're GonNa do is called on in those of you who watch on email as you saw last week. We want we relaunched funnel Fridays and this time. We had simply a process a team. We build the whole thing and we should teach you figured out with launched him. It was crazy. We had for the first funnel Fridays. We had Seventeen thousand people register for it. Overflow Zoom. We upgraders into five thousand. People don't files line in like two minutes before the Webinar started. We had five thousand maxed out over six hundred tickets. Help desk people angry. They could get in. I know it was impossible at five thousand people show but it did so we figured out that processing it works totally broke it. We had a fixed. How much stuff. But but now it's done the demon place and three weeks every single month their semi Fridays and the process team the system. That everything's in place now and I had to kill myself bike. Last week was super painful. Done out the door. But now there's a processors manager there's all the things are done and there's team up behind and so now three times three times. A month will be doing fun on Fridays. And that'll dramatically grow cuomo's user base right and now there's less somebody behind now system keeps getting better and better and better and the next year. So that's like are Nice Monte right so if it gets people in front gets into stick into ascend or give them templates. Training very specific funnels last month or last week's with membership funnels next one is going to lead. Funnels supplement funnels then book funnel some very specific each week folks on a final tight and give you twenty templates for free inches this whole thing. That's just that's the goal is to increase the KPI of that tier of Click finals. Right so the next year quick funnels is our two hundred nine hundred. Nama plant so we like what's the system we put in place that happens consistently where we give people in so the system that we're we're doing in this week actually launching it so we're in the middle of right now but it's kind of fun so we have funnel flex which he has no is amazing trading platform. We spend insane amounts when he building it and licensing the best courses on the planet Tony Robbins Courses. And they're covering Kerr's courses Mike or Sedan Katie's courses like all the courses you've ever wonder all in front of lakes right. We did the initial to get people in there. And then we've kind of shifted on our rank. Okay we build a team around this because one of my caped our KPI's and things we're focusing on and so we got to manage your team got things around that and so what is the very first week of every single month. We're launching a seven day live launch. Which is a funnel that we learned for Brandenburg. He spoke last taught it but Sunday live launch. So this week will be happening. Seventy live watch happens we trained. They're six sessions over three days from the end of it. Then we pitch people to upgrade and send into into final foots by doing the one doing a challenge tied to whatever that months seven day live launch so for example this this month this week we're doing. I'm doing a three day training. Call List Building Secrets. And so we do that teaching twice a day for three days or six sessions and the end of it. We basically say. Hey if you if you WANNA get the course that we just created this course. It's going to be satisfying afflicts and over twenty days for doing twenty one day challenge implement this process and so they can come in go to they go through. The experience goes to train when they challenged and at the end of it number one is. They've got a list. Being built number two is now. We've got people who have ascended up 'cause part that twenty challenge right and then the first week every month. That'll happen the first month. There'll be some kind of training will be me or somebody else's publishing on funnel flakes. They'll do the training at the end of between the challenge. We use that keep people in but we don't the first week of every single month that happens consistently over and over and over again which is exciting and then start to level so the next year up is our fourteen hundred level. So how do people there so once a quarter? We have a whole sequence being built out to get people to send up there and once quarter happens like clockwork happens to Sicily. Awful back in and everything in place and so now quick funnels. It's it's really cool like every two weeks. There's a challenge every three Fridays a week. There is love step back. The first first week of every single month is seventy live launch. Just folks in a very specific topic which people turn windy challenge the other the other three Fridays of the month. There is a funnel. Fridays folks one specific funnel type where we give them templates and give them to stick or to send up and then once a quarter. The first week of every quarter we do a launch to get people into our the tacoma collective program now. It hasn't happened yet. But it's coming soon but it was nice Nelson's place there's teams managed behind him like literally. After the last things done like I. I don't really have a role in the company anymore. I'm done there's teams and everyone's left behind by job becomes real easy. I showed the three Fridays a month for one hour to trading. That's about it so anyway. I'm excited I wish. They have long time ago. Separating from thing to thing to thing because party labs ranged from thing to thing it's just focusing on making the one thing the best you have so for me again my sense three tiers so I have a a tool does the KPI The the we tracked how many people in collected this time worn funnel flex how many people you can see it all the time. There's a team who's responsible for that and there's a process. They know exactly what to do how to do to remember the will be created. They said to follow the process. And that's kind of the game plan so I'm I'm excited that years ago so for you are looking at your staying right. What's your which mechanism? What's the thing you using people in right? Maybe it's a free book. The latest something them now as a Webinar funnel is it is it. Is it a challenge. What staten what's what's in place and who's the team in. How consistently is that happening? And I am looking those things. So that way The public to grow whether or not you decide to be created that we or whether or not you get out of bed or whether or not you show up bright so anyway. That's working on is fun. It's exciting last place team. Everything's of Friday's who names? All of their products. Funnel something on wrestle. Anyway I blame myself but someplace in front of Friday's This Week. And then the collective we place our next month and then it's all done. The work is finished. I'm retired just kidding but you know what I mean so I appreciate all extreme now and I'll talk all everybody. Hey Ray this Russell again and really quick I wanted to invite you to join Arguably the best thing we've ever put out inside the click funds community and it is challenge. We call the one challenge. You know everyone in their business in their life their one away from something so he guys one fun away from quitting your job and years one funnel way. I'm getting more impact me as fun away from growing your company to the next level And so we created this challenge to help you to create and launch your first or your next funnel no matter where you are in your business. This challenge is going to help us help you understand the strategy. Hope you was an attacking took understand all the things you need to be successful your funnel so our recommend you do right now is stop everything. 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"decades" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast
"The nineties the and you know like like you said it starts with the Persian Gulf War and very popular George H W Bush. But that's not what defines this decade. Because as you said he goes on to lose reelection to Bill Clinton the first baby boomer president and sort of a new generation of American political leaders of the handing off from George H W Bush sort of seen as a World War Two You know Someone connected to World War Two connected to an earlier generation of Americans. Bill Clinton comes in as a very young president with with a young family with Hillary Clinton His Vice President. Al Gore is also very young and I think the countries are disease starts to look ahead to the again to the next decade into the you know the turn of the century okay but throughout the nineties Clinton brings a whole new bustle to government Ways to try and Redefine government. This is one of Al Gore's initiatives there in the ninety s was Reinventing government and you know. They had big ideas. They didn't necessarily succeed because most famous example would be Hillary Clinton's attempts to try and pass a major the healthcare overhaul that collapses of its own weight in the early part of the The Clinton administration and they also tried to deal with major energy issues there at the beginning of the nineties and and that runs into the Republican revolution that comes in in the mid nineties in the next ninety four midterms. And and you know. We're we see the rise of the Republican Party again with Newt Gingrich Richard and the GOP. Yeah in some ways. The one of Bill Clinton's enduring political legacies is the Republican revolution that was inspired the opposition to him. Yeah I mean we we learn of the The Newt Gingrich. He runs in one thousand nine hundred four on the contract with America which is sort of this pledge of things that he's going to to try and implement to direct the country in a different way. You have this. You know huge clash between Newt Gingrich and the Republicans in the House and Bill Clinton which continues all the Waif through the Through the entire decade. And you know there's Clinton is dealing with domestic terrorism The Oklahoma City bombings are happening. The the unabomber Atlanta Ends Olympics Atlanta Olympics Waco And David crush these moments that happened. These are sort of the first twenty four seven news cycle moments too. That people are watching In real time on CNN primarily You know this is still an era when NBC ABC and CBS would break into you know regularly scheduled programming to to tell us something that's happening but CNN is giving this this news in a in a constant way. And I think Americans are starting to slowly absorb The world that we live in today. But you know it's starting to happen there in the nineties and of course this leads into well absolutely and also so just at the end of the nineties. That's when we start at the Internet we start to get the and and the the the fears about kind of this new wave of technology also can manifesting in the Y2k concerns and stuff like that. We're starting to see that bubble up in the next decade will see a lot of that in the phases technological advancements. But there's there's a clash in the nineties because I I was. I was a journalism student in the ninety S. Still writing for a print newspaper and the beginnings of the DOT COM era of trying to get your head around. I'm writing for an online news service. What does that mean versus writing for a print newspaper with a deadline? And you know a thing. Stop at six o'clock in the evening and you couldn't get anything anything else in the morning newspaper after that. And so yeah the rise of the Internet. Obviously the drudge report is around in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven ninety eight ninety nine which breaks you know the Monica Lewinsky story in a way that print news wasn't able to so we saw the beginnings of the power of the Internet there At the end everyone starts to get their first email addresses. AOL is dropping. Its discs into your mailbox constantly. you you just have the stack of of leftover. AOL desks that. I'm sure a lot of people remember that You know mail mail literally and all this the the especially the chaos of the impeachment and that that kind of whirling dervish. A new cycle afternoon cycle after news cycle around leads us into the Bush presidency the second Bush presidency.
"decades" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers
"The recent news lowered earnings guidance but also announced an accelerated repurchase plan when I saw that as good news than bad but the market seems to disagree. Can you help make sense of the situation again in the short term the mark. It's a fifty fifty in any given year. It's it's basically naming day really. It's a fifty fifty bed and what the stock goes up or down and I think Some of starbucks conversation that conference call and maybe with their earnings performance maybe spook some short-term investors and again most trading today in the stock over short period time is done by algorithms these days frankly long-term though we still like starbucks very much mustache they are buying back. Stock increase dividend fourteen percent continue to grow their comparable store sales by five percent. That might slow down a little bit or maybe globally globally a little bit slower but overall it continues to be one of the leading brands out there and one of our High conviction companies. Our next question comes from Tim. I I maxed out my vanguard Roth. IRA early January two thousand eighteen and then in the middle of the year. I sold my Amazon position in my normal brokerage account which increased my gross income to more than one hundred hadn't thirty five thousand dollars. I need some clarification on the Roth. IRA rules specifically one. Option was to pay the six percent penalty on the excess contribution for two thousand eighteen and rolled-over to two thousand nineteen does the six percent apply only to the five thousand five hundred that was initially contributed or does it also need to include the capital gains made from the excess contribution. Right so tim has encountered something. That actually happens rather frequently so for the Roth. IRA their income limitations. And once you earn too much you can no longer contribute to the roth not so so for the Roth. 401K there are no income limitations. And I am saying this because I talked to some fools today with their income limitation the 401K. None with the IRA. But so. Tim Glad he put the money in thinking. I'm going to be under that limit. Then something happened. He sold his stock. Some people might get a raise. Mike married might get a bonus. Something else happens that drives up their income. They're like oh no. I contributed to a roth and I wasn't allowed to if you fix that. Before you file your taxes. The following year including extensions you'll be okay and fixing that means either a just taking the money out or be just re characterizing it as a traditional you'll be fine now. He's in a different situation because he's is beyond that deadline For any money it's called an ex You pay an excise tax of six percent on money you put it in an IRA. That you weren't supposed was to be able to do that and you pay it every year. So it's something you WanNa fix as soon as possible. What he is doing is saying okay? I wasn't allowed to do it in two thousand eighteen. I'm GONNA say instead. I did it in two thousand. Nineteen he's going to have to pay that six percent tax on the contribution and on any earnings but then he's good to go as long as in two thousand nine thousand nine. He really is allowed to contribute to the Roth but really my bottom line piece of advice when anyone in this situation is called the IRA provider because they handle this all the time. They know exactly how to fix it. And they're very generally very good at laying out your options and telling you what to do to get worked out. All right. Next question comes from Greg. I own shares of Pepsi Garden. Health Pepsi see his paid steady dividends and has seen capital appreciation garden. Health is only yielding capital gains. Assuming that I am not reinvesting dividends and Pepsi but taking the cash. How can I determine the total gains in Pepsi in order to perform an apples to apples comparison with a stock like garden health and further? Is there a way to see this. Atypical online brokerage report Greg so I own Pepsi. Myself and Redo reinvested dividends so I the way that I compare those performance apples and apples for dividends reinvested. Simple way is I use. I use your finance to look at the cost adjusted price. If you're that assumes that you're GonNa Reinvest dividends and then you can compare the two of a certain time period but if he's not investing in dividend taking that that in cash I guess the best way to probably think about that is the amount you have invested and the gains. You've seen over over Pepsi over time period over the Guardian regarding health as well too and then adding back the dividends you. Actually you've actually gotten on those those shares that you have have the add those two up you should see the gains over time so if you say it over say three year period you add in with the dividends. You've got back onto your Pepsi. Shares as as if you just kept them as like a return of capital not necessarily just reinvested. The beauty of the reinvesting dividends is the returns compound. And you wouldn't see that if you take the dividends in cash. Yeah how do you check your portfolio. Like how do you use to track your performance. Oh almost all my so I have. We were talking about Brooklyn very complex known not not really. I've I've kind of do but most is my brokerage my brokerage account to to track the return of the overall portfolio As is much as I do across the three different brokerages that have investment accounts into what I don't do is necessarily tie them all together into one. Sophisticated gated excel spreadsheet on our friend groups. Does that and I need to do that. Better by like to look at the accounts. More individually basis like my daughter's account by four one K. or my IRA's arrays and then my individual tax accounts. Our next question comes from David. Hello I was looking at match group. Which is the company that gives you match DOT com? Tom For all our single people out there. I hope or justice flexible I noticed their short interest is at fifty fifty five percent is that to be considered bullish or bearish or should I not even worry about it. Since I am by definition an investor not a traitor and it for three to five years. Just like your marriage which just kidding all right maybe maybe sorry so bad. Let's say I was a traitor. Would've fifty five percent float be good or bad. Yeah depending on whether I was going to short it myself or by long now apologies to David's partner. David I added that interesting question to think about looking at the short ratio so just from definition perspective. This is comparing the number of shares that are sold short of a stock. which is betting that at the stock will go down comparing against either the the number of shares outstanding or the flow which is the shares? That are really available for treaty any given period and then so that's a a baseline and try to determine how active the short activity is against any given the stock so something like match dot COM at fifty five percents presenter match group at fifty five percent is exceptionally high. Very high Typically if anything for me gets above five or ten percent then I start saying oh. There's a lot of activity that is short against this. Now it also depends on how much the float is. Because some companies chairs that are controlled by insiders and they don't trade very much since there's no not a whole lot of trading activity if the shares are sold short you might see this very high short ratio. Why this is kind of interesting is for what they call short-squeezes so this is when a stock Does well and given time period and say the stock goes up in a shorter amount have earnings. Their earnings are really good. And there's a lot of buying activity if you are or if people are short that stock and they have to return the shares that they've borrowed and now there's a scramble to try to get those shares that they have to borrow so they can return. Turn them back to the people they borrowed them for the after out and they have to buy those shares back more and more buying activity starts to run the price up. So you'll see stocks that have very high short ratios if the stock gets a lot of momentum against him in one day the stock really start to drive higher. We saw a lot and restoration hardware. That has a lot of high short ratios but because they buy backlogged a lot of stock the stock performs. Well you see the stocks. Prices really started jump up so it does add a little bit more to the volatility of the stock but it also just gives gives me a sense of how much activity out there from people who are bearish on the company. How much activities out there that I might have to Be fighting against. I guess if I was buying the stock so it's something I pay attention to but not necessarily to drive decision. They want to buy or sell the stock. All right and our last question comes from that. I've been working at the same private company for about seven years and I'm getting the feeling that they are considering selling the company going public if they do go public I worry how that will affect myself and the rest of the employees. Is this something I should worry about. What kinds of things should I be on the lookout for or or come to expect while Mas- interesting question I guess? First thing is I would ask the shares of the stock into the company. That's very interesting. If you do from from a liquidity event that that personally kind of involves you certainly going. Public is much different than getting acquired by another company. Or if you're going if you're going private I guess or or if your company going private If if it is going public In through an IPO or direct listing. That does really add. Add these different layers of complexity to the way the companies operate. We see us all the time. Companies go from private to public and they have a lot of strategy now on them it does I think. Change the way that people apple Behave inside the company. I worked at a publicly traded company and working at the mall over so long in a private firm before that so I don't have personal experience from that but I just know talking into other investors and two other executives at companies that it does change the behavior into that is something for you to consider whether you want to work at a public company or whether you really WanNa WanNa work in a private company personally for yourself. There does if you do own stock into the company. There is a lot of consequences for those shares will be available of you and for your personal finance situation. That's something to consider as well just to make clear immediately possible that owns shares in a company. That's not public. We here at the Motley fool do that so I mean it could be good for you financially. It's quiet or it goes public may not. But they're certainly the the the increased scrutiny and I would be nervous about any sort of change change in the culture especially if you're acquired Could be good could be acquired by a company that provides even better benefits and better healthcare or something like that. That's where amber required by public company or Bryant by a private company. All those kinds of situations matter so I think it is important for you to consider the kind of company whether you want to work out. I personally like working working at a private company right now at the moment right now not going public anytime soon. It is interesting. How lately private companies going public in different ways right like drug listings rather than so? There are a number of different variables these days when you're pump company does go public and it's really it's it's more a lot of these companies are becoming public or seeking making An option for liquidity for for their shareholders or for the up sorry for their employees shareholders and their employees a lot of times because they they're they have employees have been there for years. Ears named those employees may need liquidity for for the company in those employees. The only way to do that is by either going public or may be selling to another company that the company pays the money directly for the shares. And when you go public and you're basically selling your shares in the company gets an influx of cash right and and so that would be one of my big questions Russians for the management like what are if we're going public. What are we going to do with all this excess cat? That's right and that's always a great question that we ask Bro. And we try to determine when a company goes through a public filing versus the directly which is a little bit different because they direct listen. They don't get the money. The money is not..
"decades" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers
"Of Motley fully answers and is it true. We've never had you on the show. It is true who says I am a rookie answers. Participant saved the best for the last exciting. This is the highlight of my year. Guys right here so you had to wait so long. Correct me all right worth the wait while he was definitely we open to listeners. As well so a lot of our listeners are going to know you because you have been on money the and Molly full money or mark fully and those other podcasts. But for those who aren't familiar Andy. Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you come to find the motley fool Um I know you're a Newbie here. So that's a short story maneuvee on the show I've been around. Thanks for that Nice introduction. I've been around the molly fool. I was the the employee number nineteen back in Nineteen ninety-six with Tommy David and Actually not as an investor came as an investor I worked in an investment firm beforehand came to the motley fool but came and joined our business team and business. Analytics are marketing and sales team. But then I transitioned back when I love which is investing and work with Tom and day I stock advisor and then rule breakers hidden gems was ask. Tom Asked me to lead up. One of our dividends services and then I kinda joined over with Tom He asked me to step into into this CIO role. which I I did? A few years ago and now we have a team of twenty to thirty analysts working on dozens of our investing services including Bro. You're tired with Robert broke camp and it's been great. It's been fantastic. It's been a great investing decade as we end the decade here has been great investing decade after a really rough you know and to the two thousand eight two thousand nine period so It's been exciting ten years here. One of my favorite pictures of Andy Cross from way back in the day. I don't even know what office it it is because it looks like it's a house and it's in a small room and they're like four people crammed into this teeny tiny room. Andy is back to back like he's desk is against the wall Paul and then against the wall behind him as another and it looks like you guys are so crammed into this room. That two people could not like push back from their chair to stand up at the same meantime. That's how cramped at as true. My boss actually faced the wall and if he wanted to get out from US speak Wilson and then she'll mckeag. I had our backstop and he would have to both move in to speak. Get out from the cubby of which he was kind of like facing this poor guy and Sheila. This is back in voicemail which I don't even have a phone here of the day but She'll shared voicemail machine and it was Kinda funny. She was in sales. And I used to get these sales calls and I I would have no idea and pass it on to Sheila early scrappy dame. Yeah exactly yeah well. We're glad we finally got around to having you here. Thanks for having So actually the first question. We're going to send Bro. Though and it comes from Ronald I was wondering with all these companies offering commission free trades. Would you be willing to talk to the different different fools in your company and see what they think are the pros and cons of the company they used to invest. I asked because my current brokerage company has recently made me mad by taking being away features. I used to have access to all right. Bro- did you do it. You just walked around the office and asked me well. So that's all. I have to start by disappointing Ronald saying I didn't do that but I not anecdote that it's so many people use different brokerages. There's not one that is a particular favorite among those but I can tell you what things to look for when when you're choosing a brokerage so first of all you do start with costs these days most people are commission free But not all but and those free commissions are on stocks walks but not necessarily on all the other investment. So you WanNa see what else you're interested in buying. Are you GONNA pay commissions on options. Are you GONNA pay commissions on bonds or you're GONNA pay commissions on the mutual funds. Is that you like. Because most brokerages offer thousands of funds but some of them you have to pay during the call commission to call a transaction fee which can be as high as seventy five dollars every day so you WanNa make sure you and think what do I want to invest in and then find a brokerage where it has the lowest fees for those also you want avoid any sort of annual account fees or anything like that. They're going to look at is what what else is being offer offer. Do they offer research to offer particularly good tools. Do they offer access to a financial planner because many of them do once you have a certain level of assets with the brokerage bridge or Mutual Fund Company. Whoever it is you can call up a financial planner and either? Just ask questions or get a full financial plan so you put all that together and then also look at often when they're running sort of special sign up bonuses and things like that now every financial publication and most websites do some sort of ranking like every year like the best brokerages so checkout Kowt kept on jurors and money and those folks here the Motley Fool we have the assent and we also ranked the best brokers for twenty twenty so go there and to and says like best broker for traders the broker for an IRA and you'll get a good idea of what's out there and what signing bonuses are being offered. I'll tell you one thing. I am becoming more. Attuned with is the access to international national shares. So if there are any Listeners out there who are interested in buying international shares directly on this change some brokers definitely offer those that service better than others do There's different cost structures on that so when you do think about using brokers if that's something that you are interested in doing or you think you might be interested in doing between At least talk to explore that option with each of the brokers to see if they offer trading definitely on the exclusively on the international shares rather than just domestic shares to. Our next question comes from Kristen. I have been a fan of the Motley fool for years but sadly I've never taken action on anything thing I've heard or learned. I think it's because I'm not confident enough to risk any of my honey's hard earned dollars although he's very smart he came from a very poor household with a very distressful relationship hip with money. We were totally caught in the market crash in California. The banks got our hard-earned money and our home of a lifetime that we should have been able to sell and make a lot of money if I could. I would put our cash in a mattress and hope it is enough however I know that is not true or right so how do I begin. Just what do I do grow money I would love. A step-by-step guide. I just don't have have a clue and not a lot of cash flow. Kristen is a great question First of all recognizing the fact that you want to start investing and doing better than sticking your money in the mattress is a is a great start art And and and don't criticize yourself don't beat yourself up on. There are a lot of people who recognize this at different stages in their lifetime especially those who may have lost during the great financial crisis unfortunately not enough investors came back into the markets during that time and like we said we saw these great returns of last ten years. So but it's not too late so it's great to get started equity investing in stock investing over if you're thinking investing over the next ten fifteen twenty years your of your lifetime. Equities are the way to go ultimately. Because that's going to get you. The probably the highest returns of volatility with that but a great way to start I think first of all we talked about brokerage accounts earlier. So you have to have a brokerage account if you are investing Once you start you do have a brokerage account and you think about investing. I always think the best way to start is a very general index fund or ETF. Those are those give you lots of diversification occasion. To great way to start I would simply think about investing into a wide index fund. Like the S&P Five hundred through Vanguard The V. O. V.. PTI of the services there. There's vary widely owned. ETF's offered by vanguard for the S. and P. Five hundred and that's the best way to get started and then once you think about that and if you are ready to think about stock investing full dot com if you go to the Motley Fool I calm and you look at how to invest in Stocks Linka top of the page kind of. There's a couple different print articles that really can help you get started thinking about equity investing but I certainly would start with a with a with a very popular and widely owned index fund. To get started. Yeah since you mentioned a step. By step guide we do have the thirteenth steps to investing foolishly on our website. I checked it out. Some articles haven't been updated for a few years so if it mentions anything anything like the current 401k contribution limit than just make sure you look for the recent one but most of the advice there is still pretty solid and I like the idea of starting with an index fund. If you're just starting out and just doing a little I totally appreciate the fact that there's obviously some Issues you and your husband have been burned in the past. Sounds like he's doesn't WANNA take risk. You don't have to put all all your money in the stock market. Just start small but just do it over time and generally. I think it'd be better off. I Y- Bro. That's exactly what I was thinking. Having a plan setting up thinking about how much you may one of us whether it's over a few months or twelve months thirty six months I mean we're long term investors and I think saving investing is definitely a strategy. WanNa think about but when you actually come to investing starting with the index fund. I think is the best way to go. Yeah I remember the first time I bought my first stock and it was so nerve racking and scary. And you're putting your the cursor your Arrow over the button and you're like oh I just need to click. Click at non-fox this dog and but once you actually really do it. You're like oh well that wasn't so bad. Do you remember what it was the first year the first Oh. I'm pretty sure the first dog I ever bought was rex base. There's a good lesson absolutely. I learned a good lesson early on a good cheap lesson The lesson was that it was is the cloud. I've told you this story before but Dan and I both we were just like Oh. We should invest in the cloud. Everyone's talking about the the cloud. Get It on the cloud so we're like okay. Iraq's maze will invest in Rack Space and the CEO REX base. I think came to talk at the full. We were interviewing. Someone was interviewing him in the full.
"decades" Discussed on Poop Culture
"Culture. Closer. Culture. Culture. But your decades, the patriots have blade, renegade cap, bust out the PowerBook fight for once you love your pump. The pissed handgrenade Ben, hey, the Cup, we take grade ballet made a GM fight for what you love. Broadcasting live on digital delay from the bio, but day studios where water always does it better. Greetings retro warriors and welcome to another episode of dueling decades here on poop culture. The game show that locks the eighties and the nineties inside of a steel cage, poke some of the stick just to see what happens. Let's take a look at the teams and the decades they'll be fighting for first off. It's the team of Bo, Joe Nixon. Hello. My name's bovi craft. I'm playing for team, Bo, Joe Nixon alongside my partner. Joe Finley Hijo. Hey, everybody. I'm Joe Finley from Bo, Joe Nixon. I'm here to get revenge from the last time I lost and maybe find some love versus the team of the momma. Luke's, yes, that's right. We're back back in the groove with the eighties again, Rick man crush and we're ready to roll here and as always here on dueling decades to hold down Laren order, it's the. Honorable. Judge John cross. I'm gonna judgy like Reinhold baby. All right. So the rules of the game are simple. A coin flip will decide which team goes first. The winning team will decide the topic of each round out of the five dueling decades categories. And those are movies, television, music news and a hot product. The first three rounds are worth one point each with rounds, four and five being worth two points. A piece. The judge ruling will determine who wins each round and the winning team and decade will be decided at the end with the team with the highest overall score after five rounds. Gentlemen, let's play some dueling decades. All right. And before we get started, if you guys are new to this game, obviously this part of the poop culture podcast. But we've actually started a RSS feed just for doing decades. So what we're gonna do by weekly is we're going to have the game up and then we're gonna. To have another episode come on. We're not too sure what the other episodes going to be every month though. But if you go to our.