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"depot office depot" Discussed on Accelerate!

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"depot office depot" Discussed on Accelerate!

"Vice president by the time I left so. I realized Oh. I loved being where the action was with my buyer and I loved leadership but I didn't always want to do it for everybody else if that made sense. And so Darren I kept in touch I love dries doing it yahoo it was a special time with special people. I did some great work their heads in great deals certainly proud of the work learned a lot of new stuff. And I. Couldn't shake Darren. We were. or I come from a long line of entrepreneurs and sales folk And I feel like it's in my DNA to do my own thing. And so. We got together. He had flown to, Chicago. We are living in Chicago at the time We had a lot of meetings about. Wanting to go back to what we had done at Jacobson and wanting to do it better because there were certain limitations that we had in certain things that I think the executive team there they weren't really interested in pursuing that we were that we were hearing from our buyer. And so the time was right and Darren and I both equally invested in the company and started broad path, which is still a company to this day that was in two thousand eight. Two Thousand Eight was two, thousand, eight so That's no election year in that election year not only was the economy breaking apart, but the big themes at that time were around the autos in the collapse of the autos and the bear stearns of the world in the Bernie. Madoff said the world in at the same time it was also about healthcare. And remember we were focusing on managed care organizations from I went from having. A seven figure pipeline of clients that were so happy to have. Darren. I back. And I remember I was at like almost closed one right like like I'm at ninety percent assurance at this thing is going to. Be Done. Deal. And within like a ten day timeframe. Everything dried up. It was like the Sahara desert in the reason being was guess what we'll talk to you in two and a half years but we need to figure out what's going to happen with healthcare because depending on who gets elected. There's GonNa be a lot of regulation on change. We don't know what we don't. And then website it was Oh, and by the way we're also tied to the autos and if they collapse we collapsed too. So. Yeah, that sucked. I will never forget I was in a home depot parking lot and. Not Home Depot Office Depot Lot and I called Darren. We'd had lots of conversations, but I was crying I was like I can't do this. Anymore I couldn't do it anymore because we still believe in bootstrapping versus taking on outside funding. Personally. For variety reasons and he felt the same way. And I said you now this is straining my personal relationships is straining my financial situation. And I don't have the wherewithal to not do anything for and a half years in this business like in terms of of the economics. And even Darren was questioning it and Darren's financial situation in where he was living. What he was doing is very different than mine and I'm so proud of him. I stepped away. That was the hardest thing I had to do. I'm really proud of the fact that even I stepped away. We are still good. We were still good. That's really hard to do and. He stuck with it and sacrificed so much and flash forward to twelve years later in that company's absolutely thriving I'm thrilled for him. So that's. When did you start your company Avenue town part? So so okay two thousand, eight happens. That was a sad day. I had to eat crow and go back to Yahoo. That was amazing and I'm grateful and thank you for bringing me back. WHO executive team? but I also knew that it was a bridge and I need to just sort of like get my breath back again and get my feet underneath me start thinking through like okay. I've got a recovering. I wanted just get back to being the best version of me which is A Cadillac they they were a great catalyst for that. There is a little company at the time called indeed that was giving like the yard was in career builders in the monsters around for their money and one of our executives went over from Yahoo too indeed. And recruited me over to be the first the first enterprise. Sales person to build out a territory in A. Time of being a Guinea pig I love the build. That's my mom. I loved Yahoo Yahoo. was in building anything in. So the work is different and so I like being where the action is I like building I like being close to my customer like being able to do things on their behalf that make them better without a lot of the red tape in in bureaucracy. So long story short. They recruited me in here I was the very first person that they hired to do this. But also I was remote they were all in Stanford Connecticut. Their Tech Team was in Austin and here's this this. person that's in Chicago and Yeah I was employee number twenty something in was there through a significant exit so that's my startup. Kind of. Moment of awesomeness because when you go through that in the fruits of your labor in the work was hard they didn't advertise. We didn't have a fully baked out anything. On. and. You go through that and it builds into something and then there's an exit like that. That's like the most amazing feeling ever and that's where I was bit and then you start chasing that like drug in.

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"depot office depot" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

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"depot office depot" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Play in a steeler uniform. Physically gifted instincts hitter. Just everything you want. In a steeler defender number four hines ward highs. War was essentially a wide receiver. That was a safety and what I enjoy. Most about highs war was watching him. Knock out at read watching him not at read out. Every other year also watched him knock out the linebacker's name for the Cincinnati Bengals and the NFL essentially coming up with a hines ward rule because his Croat back was killing people. That's why I love highs. Outstanding receiver upping highs should be in the hall of fame. But I love the fact that hines was knocking cats out and I love the fact that hines was knocking. Now air read. He was knocking out all bombs. The number one bomb areas not a bomb but the number one dude on his list was at Reed and I swear he not. Ed read out at least three or four times. Yes keep rhythm was a guy from. Se Any bus to keep rivers. Jaw knocked out. So I love hines because he kept knocking cats out. He was knocking bombs. I'll take it all bombs in Julius his spirit animal. 'cause Juju was knocking out bombs to particularly that Bombardier fix. Oh I love high work because he was knocking out all bums number five is James Harrison. Deebo is number five I love depot office depot was just ruthless main intimidating. A baller knocking cats out paying fines knocking cats out paying fines.

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"depot office depot" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

11:56 min | 9 months ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"The lyrics will start soon. That's that death ours was early a little reminder for everyone not fans of instrumentals. Okay I should have known my watch would get fixed because Desmond. Longo the very very best in the BIZ. He knows all about watch. Repair should be a billion great brother-in-law to took Maxwell Kieburtz to zoo. Does he. Listen to Max talk when Max talks about time. Does a broken clock need to wind. I've Thaw Lynn four time. I love and use rights all last once all twice George. You think that tie in this nice now. You'll never see me cry. There's just no time to die in. Cuba only kept the last two lied. Okay yeah people won't know who doesn't Longo or back smokey. Pura about them so many questions. Come to mind in hearing all of those lyrics primarily. How was that day at the zoo? It was fun. I got a draft watch weight. You watched the draft or well when you put it that way I did yes. I watched a draft about his fair play. League draft was so much fun he said. Well what about this? You May as well giraffe. What is rap? What could such a thing exists? And they had it right though in the store. No I have to ask about this. Giraffe draft watch is the big hand the neck of the GIRAFFE or is the body of the watch shaped like a draft. In which case it would I I would think it would be a very clunky thing to be upon wrist. No the big hand is the neck and head of the draft okay and then. The small hand is the tail. Okay facing you straight on. So sometimes it looks like a freakish mutant giraffe frequently. Well that is incredible. I do did it start as a Jingle Ford along those watch repair. Yes okay I I'd kill two birds Flintstone okay bond theme and get some Business Desmond okay. Well unfortunately no one will hear the original version so desmond but now there will it. Maybe this one will chart. It's so nice of you to do that for Desmond. Does he appreciate that kind of thing? Did you play it for him? I did yes. What did he say? He patted me on the head twice. Really st saying anything like turnabout is fair. Play like he was getting ready to song for you or I hope he does. You aren't surprising me with him or you know he's not here. Fortunately there's no one else but you on this episode. That is incredible. I mean thank you the you know. What was your cat? Is that what you were going to one of those anywhere? You watched one. I watched one stood on your cat saw. Yes I saw here. Gas Heard About of course has been driving over what has previously mentioned Home Depot Office Depot. They've bought saw cat sitting. Yeah of course. Yeah I I understand the whole Oh yes. Yeah explained shopping. You Bet you've all sorts of and And that's that's really incredible. You know what's even more incredible is the fact that I was just looking on itunes and found there was no time to die Karaoke. Version that you could have brought in here. Oh but I don't know when the war well Maxwell this is wouldn't achievement major Hollywood releases out there. It sounds like you're doing your job very well. Thank you and then if you know if you want to mention time or change the name of the podcast what would it be a comedy Time Company? Time Time Pang bag or comedy time Bang Kumbang Time Comedy Banks. Oh no not in this climate. Oh yes I mean. It's the warmest weather on record. Cis people wanted to go begging with this. Oh heartache some post coitus home. I'll try to mention time as much as I can. If that's okay. Oh you know what speaking of time? It is time for us to take a break. If that's okay oh I would love that you. Would you realize that because it's time well spent listening to advertisements and the like this? I hope you'll listeners by every single product to advertise. Well I would love it if your brother would advertise at some point to use some of that long ago watch repair business so I feel like we've given him some free press here that's true. Yeah okay so we're going to take a break when we come back. There's so much more to unpack here with the timekeeper. Obviously I mean four. Years is wonderful amount of time. I agree and not only a wonderful amount of time but a long time. In which to not be appraised of any of your ongoing activities I would love to get popped up by the way on a special or something. I really really zero either. We come back. We'll have more comedy Bang Bang. We'll be right back after this. Well my favorite place costs a little bit more to us. That's right you know my favorite place. The Post Office I of course would never make any negative reference to the post office. I never have I never will because I love so much and I defy anyone to ever find any sort of anything on tape of me saying anything negative about the post office. It's it's one of the best places on earth there's the North Pole Santa's kingdom is what it's called. I. Does he call it. His Kingdom Stand Colas North Pole workshop is kingdom. I wonder is he. A king to these people will see some sort of monarch. I Dunno anyway. I love the post office. But postage rates have gone up again. Gave her as well. Thankfully STAMPS. Dot Com. Eases the pain with big discounts off post office. Real retail rates. I tell you if you go into the post office and say yeah. I'd like to buy five stamps. And then they say oh. It's a boy. I'm betraying stamps. Cost Okay Five. Stamps is two dollars and twenty cents. Let's just say I'm just pulling that out of thin air and then you say oh you could I pay a dollar sixty nine four it. I get fifteen percent off or something the laffy right out of the post office and look. I love to laugh as much as the next guy but to be laughed at well I will tell you. What steps dot com you say five cents off every first class stamp and up to forty percent off shipping rates? That kind of savings really adds up especially for small businesses since stamps dot com is completely online. It saves time and money anything you can do with the post office. You can do stamps dot com. So why would you leave Your House? Ever you personally print. Us postage which is official us. Postage twenty four seven for any letter any package any class of male anywhere. You want mail it and once you're ready you don't have to go to the post offices okay. I don't have to go to the post office but I bet I have to go to the post office. No you don't have to go to the post office. You just drop it in the mailbox or handed to your mail carrier. It is that easy with stamps. Dot Com you get discounted postage rates that you cannot get at that post office. It is a fraction of the cost of those expensive postage meters. There's no equipment to lease no long term commitments. It is no wonder over seven hundred thousand. Small businesses already used stamps dot com and right now my listeners. Get a special offer that includes a four week. Trial plus free postage and digital scale without any long term commitment. Just go to stamps. Dot Com. Click on the microphone at the top of the homepage type in Bang Bang that STAMPS DOT COM Enter Bang. Bang burn around Bono comedy. Bang Bang. We're back with Maxwell keeper. I was his I tisza course talk to your third hip. He hit parade. I was reminded during the break about the show. Twenty four hour talked about that. If we have a show set in real time I love that. What about seventy nine hundred seventeen? I was GonNa ask you about that. Yeah that's another one. They were going to call it. Roughly nineteen seventeen. Roughly just call it with a year. I found that a film. It was all set in real time. It starts from someone sitting under a tree. I'm not going to spoil the end for you but I don't know a little little kid. From game of thrones walks up to him. But what's so fascinating about about that to me is. It starts with him. Sydney tree sitting under a tree. Of course they're not kiss IMG. Of course I'm the MSCI prediction so within within fifteen minutes like shit it's also real time and within fifty within like twenty like you know what is is practically dead. Did that seem realistic to you? I did one do because it's split up into two different periods of time yes and So much happens within those two hours. It doesn't seem realistic to me. It's it's I think much can happen to ours. She's sure I mean one could watch Approximately two thirds of the Irishman speaking regular speech. Well I appreciate anything that has time as a core element sure of I have some friends in the distance World do you know who are always talking about how much they love distances and really there are people who love distances high. Do you think that the the troops in the trenches? They're like what minute walk to be totally safe. You just think it's GonNa change the trajectory of their kids deemed slightly in real life. Were that close to the these. Maybe they were. I don't know just it's free. These.

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"depot office depot" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

10:18 min | 10 months ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"So they encourage you to keep it. Keep them on during the wintertime. If it's below forty five I can. I can hear our listeners now going Oh yeah Oh yeah oh yeah. This guy knows what he's talking about even though he sounds like a saw. That's the that's the other funny thing I can share with you about being from the south and then now migrated north and people. I'm already crazy but then people think wow what really made you come up here. I was at a friend's house Over here and he is in Minnesota side and I'm already starting to say at Minnesota Yalta just brought out of the blue I blurted. Oh Yeah you betcha and it I mean it came out of my mouth like naturally And he even turned to me and stopped talking right and you know bed technology side of it was I had to help him. Go Stream as packers game. Because Minnesota they had it blacked out. And because I'm from Wisconsin. I had I use my direct TV account at croke calf. You don't jump on. Read it and watch the sports on there which I logged into my account. That's good it's fine. I taught him how to chrome cast so out of chrome casted. I'm I'm kind of wondering though we you've gone through a whole like I'm seeing you and I can see this on the Cameron. I'm sorry for our listeners. It can't you originally had your your setup and it was in the living room and you had a beautiful view of this beautiful acreage that you have now. It looks like you're in an attic is that it wasn't the living room office that was on the back side of the house. Yeah no that picture. Yeah the view was too good for me to do anything constructive right. I mean I I just I almost lost my a willingness to do anything in front of a screen I mean I'm blessed. I am blessed. I appreciate what I've been given and so no. This is actually Mama's office she ed. This is her room. She allowed me to creep in hurt. Share her office space even though she didn't want me here. But we are in the third floor and the third floor of the home is built where the center is It's got a weird structure. You have the picture you saw the chat there. We're one of the side rooms on the on the front so it looks like an attic. But it's yeah I like it. You know we were talking about. There are so many people now that we talked about streaming getting up in front of the camera that actually want to do their own broadcasts I don't know if you saw this picture the other day but office depot office depot officemax. I guess it is or staples in your your area. Do you have those out there. I think they do. Yeah okay. So they acid man too. I don't know piggly-wiggly I mean we don't get picked but no those are down southeast. So but what they have. A section now If you go into these office supply stores. They're starting to see the average person that comes in off the street. That says I want to do a podcast or I wanNA do a vodka. I WANNA do which is video podcast. They now have materials for the broadcaster to do stuff on the Internet. Now and you know we were kind of talking about that and you're thinking what kind of what kind of materials would you need to get and what would work you know. And we're talking about green screen. The technology is there now that you could do a green screen even with a Webcam the Logitech Brio which is their fourcade. Webcam has the software installed that will actually allow you to green screen. So you can put this you go out and you buy this green screen you put up behind you and then you say okay. I want this background on it and next thing you know you've got a different background so you're not even people who have like say you wanted to maybe hide the computers behind you that. I'm looking at you. Have that green screen up there. You bring up the camera software view that I was looking at behind me exactly and you can't. You can't tell five to ten years ago if you WANNA do green screen. It was a little more of a process. You could do it but honestly it was real difficult to light. You'd have to be real picky on your lightning lighting. You'd have to have sidelights rear light to separate that green otherwise. The person looked like they had green hair. You know that it's the technology is totally changing that. If you want to do a podcast Broadway if you wanted to have your own show you could and I know that you don't even have to have a green screen though realistically the software out there let us any solid like said that I could actually just hang a sheet any solid color. You just gotTa hang it behind you or put it behind you. Know there's a lot of those gamers and younger kids that do this where they'll be playing playstation or their their xboxes R. P. C.'s. And they do. They have a small little rude. Like I'm in or you know they're in their own bedroom but they have something right behind them. We're all you see them with their chair. And they're gaming on their consoles or whatever or sometimes what one of the things is and if you look at streaming channels whether you're looking at or darkness four to nine on on facebook no matter which one you're looking at you sometimes. They'll put themselves in a little box down to the bottom of the Games. Actually what you're seeing on the screen. Because that's what you're watching the game but you're listening to the person playing the game correct. And they're making it easier with microphones as well. You know honestly for anybody that wants to create a podcast or vowed cast I say yeah. You got to focus on the content. That's gotta be important. It's more what you're creating what you're saying having the technologies one thing but make your audio sound good. You make your make your audio sound Chris because if you want them to listen to you on demand the thing is the live is a great feature. But let's face it people are gonNA come back and watch you on demand if they're GONNA do that. They wanted audio to be the best there is. And there's some great microphones that are on the market that are in that consumer price range. I mean the microphones were using. I mean this. This is a seven hundred dollar Mike and Norman which puts out a thirteen hundred dollar Mike and they sound great. Those are good for commercial. Production but for a podcast. You honestly can do a really good presentation for for a microphone. That'll cost you man. Maybe one hundred bucks and I'm looking for that solution myself because I'm thinking about becoming a a glorified Gamer You know just because I'm in my mid life doesn't mean I can't come a professional game or does it. What kind of games do you play though? Like what would they be interesting? Do you play candy crush. Do Oh hold on. Yeah jokes actually play Mobile Games. I play some games like candy crush. I play a game called hill climbing racer to write and competitive game you have crews and you build a little car stuff. I don't like a lot of the micro transaction games micro transactions whereas all heading but me and you raised in the quarter you know. Put the quarter in and play the game and you get that one to three minutes. But not how good you are that concept. I try to stay away from. I do play a lot on the. Ps Four. Whenever I get into my moods I do currently on red dead redemption to now you're on the. Ps four though not the PC. So I back. I go back and forth between the PS four and a PC. Because I used to combat games on the PC but there's too many controls now and old people can't click their fingers. That fast. With I I have a better advantage with tactics with a controller. That only has maybe six bucks compared to a keyboard and it has fifteen bindings zero terrifying me because I'm vacillating right now. Between going red dead redemption to for the or call of duty the new one for the PC. But I haven't honestly had never have time to game but I figured I'm GONNA start making time even if it's an hour on the weekends just to unleash and have some fun. It was thinking about the new color. Duty Everybody's saying is great but I'd be playing it on the PC. I do not like the consoles. Haven't got I can't get the power. I can't figure them out. It's the power to for. I mean when I like I said I go between a vastly one to the other. I'm now back on my. Ps Four. And I'm on my ps four. Because it's easy and I can you know it's just the controller. I like having the say. You can put the controller. Pc Games. But I'm I just don't like sitting at a. I don't like sitting in front of my pc as much as I used to. I like to be my living room sitting in front of the TV with a cup of you know jury with a cup of coffee or a soda and not have to worry about spilling your desk. Your desk I'm still that old school kind of guy and back in the day. I had a gaming computer desk and then the work desk right. I don't have that anymore. Everything's on the same desk so I think that also kind of move me away from playing. Pc BASED GAME. The kids have no idea. I always like using that term being being over fifty. I can say that now but the kids have no idea in the day gaming. Would we're playing Doom Duke? Nukem castlerock Stein what does the other? Rot Rosina Triad Rise of the triad. Yeah when we were. We were playing on a fourteen inch monitor. That was that the graphics were even even at fourteen inch monitor. Looked like then till you went out and you bought yourself a Voodoo Three D. Effects Voodoo card to make it look better and you'd have better graphics card. You constantly upgrade little pieces of your computer to make your gaming experience better now. You could sit yourself. The other day my daughter was over here. You know scarlet scarlet. Scarlet was over here logged into my xbox with her account and was playing call of duty on a sixty inch television. Forte me playing. They have no idea what we had to go through to play games. Struggle was real We've talked about. We talked about my oldest. Just maybe a grandfather and relations to Sir thank you but she was raised all of our kids. All of my kids were raised with a big those big view. Sonic nine thousand nine hundred twenty one inch. Crt's they were pricey too. But I had them because of the customer base of our of our company back then when they recycle their desktops..

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Ridiculous History

09:35 min | 10 months ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"So Casey off Mike. You said something interesting about that while we were playing. What's your take? Well I just said it. Sounds like every other bagpipe competition. I've ever heard my life and I said because of that drone right right. Yeah this is the the the the the elements are just really. There's really no way around it hard to escape it and I feel like I should just be watching like a parade and a movie where something's going on. People are glaring at each other. May that's right. And then Mel Gibson is in the background going exactly so something like like that does happen. This is another Tarantino moment if we if we ever managed to get that sound Q.. As he hits the shore he stops playing the bagpipes a he throws throws them somewhere probably tucks him behind his back. I don't know and he jumps out of the boat. He lobs grenades at the German forces. He draws his his freaking garage sort screens and then runs into the battle. Yeah ironically this was known as operation archery. He didn't seem to employ his His Ninja Silent Bo Skills and this one you wanted to go straight into the fray and I mean it really was kind kind of almost like a kamikaze mission you know. He was just blasting his way into the. You know the the fray without any sense of self preservation at all. It's really the screaming you know. I mean good. Lord Image here is very very visceral. And we're not exaggerating because it turns out. There's actually some film footage that you can find of the raid and then of Jack himself playing his bagpipes Ondeck after the whole Shebang very fact. Let's let's just play. I know we're Clip Heavy v this episode of You guys want to hear this. I loved it. Yeah as all look back to shaw the tell-tale fires blaze a victory message. That never can be told or written victory with a capital. It'll be and one that will be recorded indelibly and all history the intrepid Bagpiper who led the commandos in battle. Donald now leads them in advance of joy. It's a well earned diversion. They see a deck of cards and a friendly game or restful sleep all right okay. So here's what's this propaganda video. It's definitely worth your time to watch you. Some of you. Perfect strangers fans in the audience may have caught the freeze dance of joy. You can see the soldiers there I would say for for the era. What they're doing? Is You know you could call that getting down there getting down. Yeah what they're actually doing is Dancing a highland fling which is a very popular dance In Scottish culture. Do you lock elbows around in a circle. Lot of fancy footwork Famously portrayed in the highlander films yes I'm I'm kidding not really but In the franchise. I think it's it's a subtext. It may well be. Yeah there can only be one highland fling. We also know that this is crazy semi suicidal action earned. Churchill the military cross He did have another close call and another semi serious injury during this time but it was at the it was at the party after the battle. It's funny there's An article that we've been inciting They put the word demolition expert in quotes Because apparently a during this party When when Jack was drinking a bottle of wine this demolition quotation fingers expert accidentally set off a charge? I I wonder if he was drunkenly showing off or something a whole by Beer Maura bragging bragging about his His expertise and yeah that bottle of wine got got exploded did and shards of it were lodged in his forehead. But I mean as we know it's GonNa take a lot more than a few wine shards in the skull to To to get old Jack Act down so he was back to piping and slicing and you now are cheering Very quickly by nineteen forty three. He was in Italy for another campaign. Arching archery impose sound fun. Yeah I don't know though eating bowman he could be. I don't know I think it would be arch. Arch are cheering. Our CH- doesn't matter in arduous right. I don't mean we're going to have to look this up but now let's move forward. Well just make up a fun makeup of fun phrase describing describing that and and give us your pitch so yes you're correct in nineteen forty three. He is back on the road seeking blood and treasure. You're in the Great War. He has a reputation for being crazy at this point. There's no other way to say it. He is incredibly bellicose bellicose and aggressive. He is known for going on unofficial raids and counter attacks. I think something just got his dander up or his blood up and he would he would literally go through his crew or the people who are around him he would say things like you know you you you come with me. So we would pick a few soldiers is that he thought had grits and a willingness to die and these practices continue even when he becomes a commanding commanding officer Leading commandos in. This is where we get the iconic image of Mad Jack. He's got his broadsword around his waist. He's got his long bow and he's got arrows. He's carrying the bagpipes. Still and people who serve with him start to see him as an icon you know he is like a a superhero to that word gets around when you charge screaming into battle brandishing. A broad sword when that is very much the knack monistic weapon in those times. And like he's the he's the he's the crazy nut that that shoots Nazis with arrows. You know I mean like really the reputation absolutely preceded him so let's pause there. Let's make this as a matter of fact part one of the story of Mad Jack I like the idea of holding him for a moment beyond beyond time just this image of a real life superhero a source of inspiration as something that that rallied elite. People just seeing this guy on the battlefield probably kept some people going you know. Oh absolutely I mean he he didn't. It wasn't the kind of madness you know cause people to not WANNA be around. It was the kind of madness that would rally other people around his absolute courage and bravado and just he was a real character. Turn as we are going to hear much more about in part to well. Germans didn't WANNA be around. No Germans didn't want to be around him but he wanted to be around them and give them a good slice which they clearly had come in. So what exactly happened to Matt. Jack what did he tell his followers to scream on the battlefield and what are the other Tarantino moments of his strange bloody career. Oh there's going to be quite a few my friends and you'll find out when you the tune in for our next episode in the meantime huge. Thanks super producer. Casey pegged Alex Williams who composed our theme research associate Gabe Luger for hipping S.. Two this incredible story of blood treasure and bravado big big thanks of course do Christopher Haas. YODA's to Eve's Jeffco huge. 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Ridiculous History

11:51 min | 10 months ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"So here's the thing. Osborn actually was pretty surprised because there was attack at University College Dr who tried the same thing and he saw all these results in advance we have been doing experiments self and so he tried to. You know explain them and logic them out and came up with a couple of different theoretical. Oh explanations and then actually published the material in different journals right yeah The professor didn't believe the technician either but he said okay. Let's team up. Let's let's experiment with this. So here's what they did. They did. Just what we described at the top of the show. They took one glass of water at ninety five degrees Fahrenheit and and they took another glass of boiling water and they put them both in a freezer. And then they said well By golly by Gosh by gum that hotter wanted turn to ice At a faster rate so in nineteen sixty nine they publish a paper on this experiment in physics education and the name of the paper is A. This'll be great for everyone who has to reload scientific journals. The title of this paper is simply cool with a question mark. It's cool to be kind perico. Yeah and then. It's like a lesson on how to believe students to So this result has been replicated numerous numerous times plot according to a great article wired. What's up with that? MMA Pemba effect. The thing is the Pemba effect doesn't always appear to work and it depends on the relative temperatures of the two liquids so Kudos the Osborne for saying this amazing quote. He says surprising questions are fun. They're not to be despised. One piece that's to my credit is that I did not despise I went off and researched. Hi Five man. I feel like I'm like watching the end of Mr Holland's open or What's a what's a standing deliver? Jaws Jaaz Police Academy before the hits about reaching hearts and minds exactly So where where did the part the real part at the end of of Mr Holland's opus or this Mr Mr Hall. Gop Size version of the story when Pemba gets his do by having the effect in question named after him. Yeah Yeah it's when He. He published that paper in sixty nine with Dr Osborne he was at this time. Pemba was studying at the College of African wildlife have management but he never gave up his fascination with Pemba effect. And how cool is it to have an effect named after you especially because he has so many close calls it could have been the bacon effected acted right the Kerr effect the aristotle effect. I mean let's be honest. He did the least amount of work. The pen bone up Hembo. Yeah he I mean he's rewarded for his tenacity and standing up and asking the question but then you know there was a lot of parallel thinking that went into this but I do think it's Kinda cute that he got his name attached to it and it's great great. He got a lot of you know he dealt with a lot of a lot of bullying and a lot of mean treatment from these crappy kids and he got to have his. I told you so moment but he also seemed like a good kid and I doubt if he He exercised said moment. You know what I mean. Yeah I have a quick question for the audience to Casey. Don't get mad at me for asking this. If there was a peg room affect what with a peg rem effect be Sir. I think you get first response. To this. The peg rem effect it would be to pop up for a few seconds at a time. I'm in a podcast in in receive an out size portion of attention for said brief interjections. Well Honestly Casey who is in fact the case that sort of how you do at parties you know from affect you sort of pop in make a big impression. And then your ghost out like Kaiser Suze. Hey that's that's yeah that's the George Costanza way you'll even one more yellow. Even more on their job is baby. Hope is okay so now we get to call this the science hack part of the PODCAST. Yeah can we get a sound Q.. KC something that makes us sound scientifically minded and like we are wearing white lab comes perhaps perhaps some chamber music or whatever. Yeah I like I like whatever this is because it's great and curated by hand by Subaru Casey Pecker. which is this one of my favorite trust falls in cast because Casey always kills it So yeah it turns out that we still don't know we just know what everybody is agreed. Recall this thing and like you said earlier. KNOLL scientists have come up with a bunch of different explanations but none of them are one hundred percents solving having the case the Moose straightforward explanation is this and it's the idea that hot water evaporates more than cold water so when boiling water cools down. It's losing a little bit of its mass because it's turning to steam right if floats away and then if that that is the case then hot water freezes faster than cold water just because there's less of it the same way that like a couple of water would freeze faster than say a swimming pool so that sounds like a works right that that sounds like it's a an elegant answer to the question or is it because there's a problem with this his theory remember not all of them are one hundred percent. What what's the problem with this one? Yeah I mean you know there are There is a math that Shows that this evaporation principle is in fact a thing. But that only accounts for part of this supposed- Pemba Affect And there have to be other things at play right. I mean the Pemba He well let's give them a little credit here he did. You know I I sort of gave him a hard time In in the fashion of some of these Tanzanian Indian schoolboys. And boy boy feel like he'll shamed it myself now but he did do some testing himself right and he measured the mass Lost to evaporation operation in that experiment. he found that it wasn't quite enough to explain the observable effects right that the the The hot water froze quicker than the cold water. So there's a lot of other ideas and play or at least a few that are super important. One is the dissolved gases actually changed water's freezing. Point two or the the surrounding environment of the water could actually have an effect on the outcome. Right yeah those both makes sense and in some cases there one hundred percent the explanation. The problem is that most those explanations only apply in in a limited set of cases and one other plots was here and now that we've now that we built up the Pemba fact in the story Rasima estimate Pemba We should go ahead and in throw in a turn you see. Some scientists aren't even convinced them Pemba effect Israel and knowing right. Yeah th- really throws a wrench into our whole thesis here. Yeah we were pretty deep into the episode now to drop that one. Yes yes. It's true so the thing about the paper cool. That payment Osborne published is that it has these very extreme differences in freezing using time between hot water and cold water and literally. No one has been able to recreate those specific differences. Sense as a really great line to to that Eh. For me sums up you know science and it just says Science is always complicated. I would tend to agree with that a- and then the thing is there are so many different factors that contribute to different results in the sixties experiments And this this effect that it's almost impossible to measure them all. Oh I guess. Isn't that sort of The deal it's tough. There are a lot of variables at play And of course you know. Scientists at the edge of research can be he's somewhat oppositional and passionate and they want to argue back and forth to find the correct answer. There was a paper in two thousand sixteen by Henry Bridge Paul Linden. That's right twenty 2016. That's how recent this debate remains The Lindenberg will writing for the University of Cambridge. And they said there is quote no evidence to support meaningful observations of the Pemba effect. They think it's misleading. They think we're misinterpreting. They think the Pemba fact is a red inhering and that there are just slight inaccuracies and measurements. That's the thing. What are we measuring when we say freezes faster? That's the issue we're talking about the time it takes to get to The the freezing point or the time it takes for it to become completely frozen over and there's different Timeframes where these things can happen. And right yeah absolutely. If you froze two things in a in a freezer even if it was two glasses of water the same exact temperature wouldn't they potentially not go go through the same exact process at the same exact time. Couldn't have to do with the particulars zone that they're in in the freezer. Maybe there's colder spots or something. I'm again no science expert here but it does occur to me that in my fridge for example if I have something closer to the back of the fridge. It's going to even freeze a little bit in the refrigerator and then stuff. Closer Ocean Front doesn't so there's definitely variations in temperature and what would be a consumer fridge. which is what he was using for his original experiment when he originally early observed this phenomenon? Right yeah I think that's a good. I think that's a really good point. It's strange because his very difficult to measure this for for instance in that paper where they argue. There's no such thing as the Pemba affect the scientists say there's a ten percent inaccuracy when you measure the height of a thermometer when you're taking the water's temperature and that could trick someone into thinking that they have observed this effect just for the record. That papers argument is he's still pretty controversial and many many scientists say okay. Let's not let's not throw out the baby with the Pemba water. It's still. It's still very difficult. And that's why my Pemba effect experiments even if you do one your own house or at your own secret underground laboratory That's why you may find different results from one experiment to the next. Here's the kicker even when procedures are repeated with with with what appears to be the exact exact same conditions. That's tough you know. And then people argue over definitions just like you're bringing up. No this like when we say something freezes faster are we saying the time it just reaches the first freezing point the time when it completely freezes. I mean what a what a what are we talking about. This episode of ridiculous history is brought to you by office. Depot Office depot has supplies and services for businesses of any size. I you speak to this personally as a college student when I was a business the size of one Office Depot provides twenty four seven tech. Support it lets. Let's you print your own marketing materials and it can help you design your office with a bunch of furniture solutions. They also have exactly the supplies. Is Your Office needs from Your Home Office to a commercial setup. They've got inc.. They've got the paper they've got cleaning. They've got the break room supplies. 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01:58 min | 10 months ago

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Ridiculous History

04:53 min | 11 months ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Poisoned corrects. And a lot of this is is attributed to the fact that when Kublai Khan took over control of of the empire he actually used a lot of the stories of Continue as propaganda. They were much exaggerated and kind of twisted to serve his purposes. And it wasn't until we started seeing those Marco Polo accounts Come up the people really started to hear the Truth About Catoon Gene Story and you might say what a what a neat fascinating story. Thanks so much better knowing Casey for For Clue me in but we have one and last twist for you This might surprise some people. It might be Well known fact to some of our fellow listeners. Already but the story of Catoon and Maybe a family story that is personal to you and you didn't know it because you see catoon was far from being the only descendant of Jangle con in fact y chromosome data and research. That came out a number of years ago. I think Proves that about point. Five percent of the male population relation of the world is somehow descended from John. GASCON Jhangvi was busy. Boy I mean you know it's it's interesting though when you think of it like even for the three of us in this room this might be a family story for one of us. I'll wait wait not you because we know your DNA that's right you're your Scandinavia. Pretty exclusively Scandinavian. Yeah that's right which is pretty cool right sparkly eyes sparkling ice got M- read my redness sadness in my beard and all that stuff I'm cool with it was just a little underwhelming. I guess you know MY ANCESTRY DOT COM results. You wanted to twist. I wanted to twist you what it's like an unmarked helicopter land in your backyard and some guy get out of the helicopter come up and say come with us. You are the chosen. I was kind of hoping twenty. The three of me only exist to find to find me. Exactly a here's the child. I still have. I still have not taken any data eight. I know you guys are to do so I don't know why I don't care. I guess it has no sense of self preservation Lou. People like to learn about themselves mixture. Sure Casey did you ever take a DNA test. I have not no. I'm still entertaining the fantasy of DNA not ending up in a database somewhere else fantasy. Yeah that's a good word. Nice story Thank you so much to everyone for tuning in thanks of course to Gabe. Thanks thanks to Christopher. I feel like we're almost on a first name basis now as an audience with these guys Of course Alex composed our bang and track the big time. Thanks to Alex Thanks to Eve's checkout her show this day in history class and You know slight. Thanks thanks to Jonathan strict on the. DVD's you check him out in his human form on a show called tech stuff That exists out there in the world as well as when he materializes in in our studio to wreak havoc on our mental health. I feel like we knew so this troop before he hops in so real quick where facebook were an instagram. We're on twitter We we may or may not push the picture from this studio on our facebook page as the honest. We're not going to. I might have you are you Casey. Wow how is it real cold fine all right well. We're going to do it anyway. Forward to the future of fitness on ridiculous historians you can also find us as individuals vigils on the social media. Yeah you can find exquisitely on instagram. I am at how. Now Noah Brown I add at Ben Bullen on Instagram Stay tuned of going to do some weird crazy things and I am Ben Bullet on twitter where you can see my overwhelmingly positive opinion of people's pets. We'll see an excellent for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows this episode of ridiculous history is brought to you by office. Depot Office depot has supplies and services for businesses of any size and and they have a wide range of services they can provide twenty four seven tech support. Print your marketing materials and even help you design your office with variety of furniture solutions. They also we'll have all the supplies. Your office needs for ink and paper to cleaning and break room supplies. I'll tell you one thing that I never WanNa have to mess with again is figuring out what kind of toner or in cartridges. My particular brand of printer needs office. Depot has you covered. Whether you're running a Home Office like I do or work in larger corporate setting they have have you covered office. Depot is ready to help your business with knowledgeable associates and over thirteen hundred stores or online at Office Depot Dot Com..

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Ridiculous History

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Great uniter. What important thing catoon? It's tempting. Maybe to think she was exceptional or You know the word that were around the West as a tomboy but we have to remember that given the nature of the society there was some gender equality. When it came to horsemanship women would ride horses just as well as the dudes and everybody everybody at least had some proficiency with a bow and Arrow? That's right if I'm not mistaken even back in Genesis Day There were female warriors. It was kind kind of A bit of an equal playing field at least on the battlefield As far as gender was concerned. Isn't that right More so than one would see in western Europe. I just remember being kind of amazed by that or surprised by that fact because you think of Gingas. Kahn is being this Iron fisted super macho kind of You know the dictator almost but He really did kind of see. The big picture in terms of everyone has something to contribute at least when it comes to fighting right right. He was there's still a real pill as as it would say in Tennessee but he was a pillow about different things. We also have another famous figure. Who shows up who a little bit closer to the story than than good old Jenga's which is what they probably called him? Good Old Jhangvi. And that is this the dumbest way I thought. Thought of introducing this. I I hope you play along with it. And that character is Marco Polo. You tell because I'm closer to the microfiche out of water is that what does that what happens then. Is that when you get out of the pool and Ashtrays sneak out of the pool. Okay what are the actual rules of Marco Polo so Marco Marco Polo blindfolded into pool. Game Well it depends on how much you trust the Your playmates there. If you don't trust them the wraps around their head but otherwise supposed to keep their eyes closed. They're wandering around the pool. And they go Marco when they say Marco people were hiding from them have to say Polo and then you write us a simple simple as that. I use the ECHO location. Well there's some of the rules. There's fish out of water if they do that. Then the if they catch you getting out of the water than your automatically Marco for that in your stoned unto death basically right. You had a more intense pool culture than I did. We usually just switched sides at that point. Yeah I grew up in a weird Mennonite Colt really. It sounds like you grew up in a fundamentalist sect somewhere in Kandahar and stoning people to death. You know it takes all kinds and Ed's Marco Polo was just the kind of guy for this story. You know he's the famous Venetian traveller. There's lots of stuff about him. That's kind of Embellished say confederated. There's actually a Netflix series about him. That I've heard good things about did you see I did I did I am because of some of the research in fiction Jn do outside of the works of I. I really enjoy studying the story of Eurasia and Central Asian those explorations so pull games aside Marco Polo Actually is the main source That we have main primary source that we have on Catoon because he In his travels encountered her and wrote and was quite taken by her and I believe she actually features pretty prominently into the Netflix series. But he wrote this about her wish we found on ancient origins dot net. He referred to her as quote so well made in all her limbs and and so tall and strongly built that she might almost be taken for a giant tests and that she was so strong that there was no young man in the whole kingdom kingdom. Who could overcome her but she vanquishes them? All this episode of ridiculous history is brought to you by office. Office Depot Office depot has supplies and services for businesses of any size. I speak to this personally as a college student when I was a business. The size of one Office Depot provides twenty four seven tech. Support it lets you print your own marketing materials and and it can help you design your office with a bunch of furniture solutions. They also have exactly the supplies. Your office needs from Your Home Office to a commercial setup. They've got the ink. They've got the paper they've got the cleaning. They've got the break room supplies. So when I was setting up my Home Office I went street. St Office Depot. Because I had a ton of stuff I needed to get and I wanted to get it all in one place but don't take my word for it see for yourself. Office depot is ready to help your business with knowledgeable associates in over one thousand three hundred stores or online at Office Depot.

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Ridiculous History

07:53 min | 11 months ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"This episode of ridiculous history is brought to you by office. Depot Office depot has supplies and services for businesses of any size. I speak to this personally as has a college student when I was a business. The size of one Office Depot provides twenty four seven tech. Support it lets. You print your own marketing marketing materials and can help you design your office with a bunch of furniture solutions. They also have exactly the supplies. Your office needs needs from Your Home Office to a commercial setup. They've got the ink. They've got the paper they've got the cleaning. They've got the break room supplies. So when I was setting up my my Home Office I went straight to office depot because I had a ton of stuff I needed to get and I wanted to get it all in one place but don't take my word for it see for yourself. Office depot is ready to help your business with knowledgeable associates in over one thousand three hundred stores or online at Office Depot Dot Com at Greg State Student decided to swallow one hundred. Thirty nine angle worms. What is what is an angle were what are they look like? What's their what's their? I'm assuming they are angular. We go here like a right thing. There are right angle and obtuse angle now just regular worms pretty pretty underwhelming angling. Yeah just looks like an earthworm to me. I'm pulling up with as well And I would raw if I had to do something like this again which I don't and I don't condone it. I know we have some teachers and children in listening to this show. Kids fill listening. No one here is condoning swallowing. Live goldfish don't do it now and I'm also sorry I told you begin to suck. We're we have made our peace. We have mayor piece but we have also seen the tide turn on Goldfish gulping because people people also did their own spins on on the goldfish phenomenon. There was for instance A college student back at Harvard who decided to instead of swallowing knowing fish. Kiss them in kissed one hundred and thirty three fish. It was kind of like a childish prank but the tide eventually turned the sun eventually set on the practice of eating goldfish while they were still alive and it had something to do with a bill that we mentioned by senator. George CRAP FAA You know the preserving the fish from cruel want and consumption and then this predecessor to like a a ethical treatment of animals organization came into play Animal Rescue Legion and the President of Boston's Animal League even threatened legal action right like that several things going against may they really did as they should have an additional really quick side. Just want to point out that on Amazon you can get angle worm Fishing Bait kind of lures. Sort of like You know rubber or whatever and the brand or the name of the Model I guess companies call Berkeley. You'll never believe what it's called them. It's called Gulp exclamation mark That's what you at the fish to do. I guess it is well Boston's Adema League. They said that if you are caught hot swallowing goldfish on campus you will be arrested Interesting if if the campus officials don't step in and stop this SA- goldfish swallowing following went underground with cockfighting or fight by all that stuff yet additionally the US public health service that Goldfish may contain tapeworms or harbor disease. I would hope so these guys have it coming. And so we see the demise of the era the end of the age of swallowing doing goldfish but low through Winnington. Junior was known as a goldfish swallowing for the rest of his life and he didn't ever apologize for it. He made appearances for instance on different shows. Like to tell the truth. What's my line and I've got a secret and not lived a long healthy life when he passed away At Ninety six he was still driving around town and using his exercise bike so it wasn't fatal for him. Gave them some celebrity though. I don't think he needed the money. Honey I'm just GONNA say I don't think he needed the ten bucks really sure you're right. They're pricier right. So what's the weirdest thing that you have ever eaten. Let us know. Oh you'd fight us on facebook. INSTAGRAM twitter. I once accidentally swallowed an entire Lawson's with the wrapper on and everything. What happened what happened? I didn't I didn't I the Rica. Oh yeah those were great though the attitude. What now when I say the entire wrapper on I mean you know? Rica Ella has an outer wrapper and then it also has a little piece of wax paper around. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's okay digest supposed to swallow Rica laws whether or not like horse pills to suck on them so they can give you relief from Europe from what ails you from your little your little cough. Hurry I usually I do WanNa hear we do. What are your some of the weirdest stuff you eaten? Tell us tell our favorite part of the show your fellow listeners on facebook particularly really like to recommend our community page ridiculous historians can also find us as individuals on instagram and Ijaz W on twitter. You can find me exclusively on instagram. At how now Noah Brown huge thanks to super producer Casey Alex Williams who composed our theme research associate Gabe Loser Zor and of course as always. Thanks it's time. Gentlemen what time is it Jonathon Baton Mr Time Jonathan Jonathan Strickland Aka the twister I number one is always. How dare you number two happy new year to year is the first time we've been hanging on twenty twenty thou- she called US hanging out more like getting attacked in an alley. Just wait listen you too. I got beef with both of you. What happened to your accent? The listen beef supersedes accent Teixeira. uh-huh no beef. Is that for too long. You guys have been doing your paper rock scissors. Which means you might as well flip a coin before I even say anything and just go with that and you'll be just just as likely to get the right answer or the wrong answer that takes all the Glee victory and all the sting of defeat so now we have changed the game? Oh gentlemen now you will be presented with three short stories. You had to choose. Which of the three is is fake? So I will give you three stories. We could just paper rock scissors for each of them right. But then you're going to have to decide if you get to at are now. What would the the rats we're GONNA be decreases your odds by by? I don't have time to get into statistical analysis. I love it. I'm glad you thought about it. This is by far the most diabolical thing. You've you've done yet. It's one of my resolutions for twenty twenty one really glad Greece my diabolical by fourteen percent. I like that. Lean into Iraq to a strong on starts to US three scenarios and of course we will start the timer I will not be answering any questions. So that don't be no need for any arbitrary rules. Wow you're serious okay okay just WanNa hear you scramble so here you three three scenarios now. If I recall correctly you were talking about swallowing google to fish. Yeah live life. These three fishermen related stories. Okay all three taking place in in the distant year of.

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"depot office depot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Three. And now, here's the latest in tech news with Todd and Ricky it's always brought to you by Texas mutual insurance company. Yeah. The FAA gives approval for Google's drone delivery service. This is pretty cool. Yeah. The company wing wants to use drone aircraft at liver packages to homes at businesses. They say the drone delivery is efficient. It would cut down on carbon emissions and traffic congestion at the same time this week the FAA certified wing as a small airline the company will test out at US operations in southwest Virginia. The coming days with plans to expand. Well, all across the country, very soon. What do you think this drone delivery thing? Cool exciting. I it science fiction, man. I mean, it really is. It's one of those things that you know, just would have been kind of fantasized about. But a tapping, and it's real, and it's cool. I get it. It's very cool. I mean, there's no doubt about if you can have something delivered literally to your doorstep. In of like, thirty minutes, and they can't deliver everything. I mean, just things, you know, certain weight. Yeah, they're not going to deliver a car via drone not yet. Not yet. That's coming soon. Well, for example. I mean, there's a story about now. Home Depot is is going to be not Home Depot office post. Meek closing a bunch more stores, and I can say this why go to Home Depot Office Depot, if you can have your copy paper delivered by drone. This could be one thing to be able to get everything delivered to your doorstep. It's another thing to actually have to leave your home embrace the elements to return something, you know, typically that means a run to your.

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"depot office depot" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on KTRH

"And i know that he's continued to do a number of things for this community even after even after he left the texans thought he was solid dude so companies that usa today says may not make it through the end of the year sears not surprising gnc been in gnc i know all our friends and you know who they are i know they go to those places no no not detroit gnc gnc's nutritional supplements i guess i guess that's you know that's one of those great obvious examples of things you can have melty payless shoe source footlocker office depot office depot goes under i don't know what i'll do i mean there's a couple of places that i go and burn too many hours per month and office depot is one of them and specs is another one barnes and noble that doesn't surprise me jc penney you know if you go to the corner of sheppard and west gray there is a barnes and noble a big expensive retail space of barnes and noble and i'm gonna tell you something go under one gardens got some problems because that is a big anchor tenant in that area with a lot of square footage and the the shop upstairs has had some problems it's a nice shopping district zero shopping district which pretty popular they got a perry's coming in over there ramon did you know that they got i'll still go i'll still go to brasserie nineteen because that's my place but they got going going in which i think is the first perry's inside the loop it's going to be interesting to see because it's more it's considered more of a suburban concept but my guess is it'll do well anyway at that corner ramon there is a barnes and noble which is i would estimate probably thirty five thousand square feet of retail space big escalators in the middle you know the old style big bookstore but ninety percent of the traffic in the place is is people sitting over at the at the starbucks and having a coffee and sitting there and i don't see how you can pay the rent because it's really just a coffee shop with some books attached they don't sell very many books and it sad if you go and check out books there because we do buy books there and if you go and check out a book there they have about and i'm not exaggerating they have at least ten bank teller style checkout boots at least ten maybe more and they'll have one person standing behind there and it just feel sad because they built that thing expecting that they were going to send a lot of books and there are not selling a lot of books meanwhile amazon is selling a lot of books and they're buying grocery stores so that's my barnes and noble story but i say that because that barnes and noble has a starbucks that's the only thing that looks like it's making any money they're literally across the street is a starbucks that tends to be packed it has an outdoor patio area that is it tends to be pretty busy that's on the south side of west gray then on the same side of west gray as the barnes and noble which the only thing that's doing business there's a coffee shop is a little tiny starbucks with a drive through that is continually busy 'cause i get my haircut at that vs right behind there and there's a line coming out that starbucks as well which is on the corner all by way of saying that within one hundred paces and it's actually probably less than that you have three thriving starbucks paying winegarden a lot of rent you wonder where all these people are coming from that are buying and i'm talking about if i get my haircut two o'clock after noon it's busy if i go by there at lunch it's busy it's saturday it's busy people cannot get enough of starbucks barnes and noble not so much and then jc penney the article is entitled many from the article many north american retailers were wiped out in the retail pokka lips which started in two thousand ten amazon and wal mart's growth the rise of fast fashion retailers reserve spending habits after the great recession and dying malls crushed countless retailers.

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"depot office depot" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"Comic radiocom and radiocom com the disputed even do now let tuesday alexa gimme cbs fm that jan in the morning show okay yeah he will answer you back to sounds a little bit more feminine that but yeah but abdelhai it's kinda cool could you can just i got one of my kids and i went over to uh what are what does story other thank sunday right at a pick up some them office depot office depot widely believed in there i want to get a dot so i could bring in put a mild as here they were out there out they were before christmas present one one further that should be restocked by now i know there were outfielder adam they would still out wanted i got the internet an internet shop echoed yeah and i wanted it right then right then it might be tempted to be right there and and they were out that some fog this morning some light rain in the area then mostly cloudy windy with heavy rain today even a thunderstorm by this afternoon high fifty seven the day pretty amazing by the way i've seen this ban a couple of times i think they're out of milwaukee they call mm cells nineteen sixty four they do a tribute to the beatles and they're going to be a carnegie hall doing twist and shout and all the other deals on vaughn the evening saturday february the 17th you wanna gobi caller eleven ride now criminal get your right in there you can get tickets at carnegie hall dot org rarely a cool show check it out there's another.

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"depot office depot" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on KGO 810

"Are you get now home depot office depot me what are you well those island i probably a year ago yes funny because i paper me nobody vice i guess you could buy a pc either nobody buys apples air obviously i was trying to think the last time i went i think i need a computer paper and by the pre who prince anymore i print nothing what do you prefer kids got a preference for kids james pen stuff out for work um uh but most people listening to me right you know who nobody prince anything anymore i skin into my computer la i have a copy of it and i take that scan and that so you the printer for that america's a horrible place merka merck is a horrible place and i'll tell you why this is a story at a vox dot com do you remember when obama was running for president two thousand eight and the reported an uptick of google searches for horribly racist things yeah spec accord and start in 2016 and they revealed in the last year that the the misogynistic and racist searches have gone through the roof and you know i i love this i do really love i love the idea of this country in a which means that were always kind of trying to get there but who does that who goes to google and looks up the n word and just put set him what kind of person does that will you how to understand that in this day and age people just like to do that stuff just for a laugh but you know we find out though if you think you're doing it like in aden silence i mean it k when they're never going to do this but it is associated with your gene mail account and you know i mean unless you go on a computer that's like a war computer somebody else and then there's the cameras in you know but but anybody that goes on google and types in and that's what this guy is reporting in this article seth at stevens david wits he was right there were some clues.

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"depot office depot" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And you you can see it varies only balloons being those little teeny things that without an education with an education there really easy to avoid without an education they could be that can be very costly now when we look at the jobs leaving and that is a big concern that we that we hear from our students over and over and it's just kind of an interesting it really ties in with what we were talking about a few minutes ago with the fortune five hundred companies like keep coming back to this but when you look at the groups that were this affects us with our investing strategies for by and hold these coproducers not even a round any more functioning on that same level it also affects us on our job and our ability to have a have a reliable source of income and if you look back in fifty years ago at the fortune five hundred companies yet american motors brown shoe studebaker collins radio zenith electronics and natural sugar refining some of them that aren't there anymore k they're not fortune 500 anymore now what he you have well facebook ray ebay and this list of i'm looking at is actually too dozen fourteen socialist couple of years old believes runthrough of the few of them facebook ebay and here's the one the here here's a couple that i wanted to get to so microsoft also but home depot office depot target those are slowly going the way of the buffalo fear bill those are gowns though they slowly going new way of the buffalo they will be no more soon already look at target they're closing targets right now they're closing home depot's macy may seize there was a macy's at the spectrum i saw them close that when i was like holy cow the eight what was the other one office depot they just closed in office depot about three miles from where i live and they and there's a big sign up in the window that says don't worry you can still shop at office depot dot com it just doesn't have any people stockins shelf's it doesn't have any people cleaning it even they don't work for everything to work for office depot the butterfly effect that all of this has is incredible hey the maintenance people who fix the the.

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"depot office depot" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"depot office depot" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hey they're not fortune500 anymore now what are you have worked facebook ray ebay and this list that i'm looking at is actually two thousand fourteen socialist couple of years old believes run through a few of them facebook ebay and here's the one the here here's a couple that i wanted to get to so microsoft also but home depot office depot target those are slowly going the way of the buffalo fear he bills are gowns oh hey slowly going the way of the buffalo they will be no more soon already i look at target they're closing targets right now they're closing home depot's macy may seize there was a macy's at the spectrum i saw them closed that when i was like holy cow what was the other an office depot they just closed in office depot about three miles from where i live and they and there's a big sign up in the window that says don't worry you can still shop at office depot dot com it just doesn't have any people stockins shelves it doesn't have any people cleaning it even that they a work for everything to work for office depot the butterfly effect that all of this has is incredible hey the maintenance people who fix the the local contractor who fixes that roof when it leaks no longer right the ripple effect is gigantic as things go more and more and more online and then who knows what is going to be coming rounded twenty.

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