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"dogan" Discussed on Talk with Oliver
"Down at the free ankara or go to anchor. Fm to get started. So i'm always in the garden house just looking at my wreath and give is flap in. The fuck is at flatten. And i see three pigeons to what looks to be fighting and then when you When i looked in closer bell was big male pitch and it was bowing down. It was literally it was like doing. Danny dogan in yoga was bowing down and it was going back capos bowing dongguan backup and kept doing it. And there was a smaller pigeon right in front of it. Which i presume is a female and it was trying to impress their and she wasn't in any event and then there was another part next to him that when she was an interested. The one who's bowing down chased off to the bird which is another male so basically it was like i've tried to fuck this bird. She's interested it doesn't mean you're having and then he flopped the other by the way and it was just incredible. I think to myself if that was humans we get done for rape. You know we'll get done for assault if we just kept persisting on a gal that didn't want us and literally like pestering them running around the roof hopping on she gets away. The animal kingdom gets away with get away with. It is quite incredible when you think about why animals day and translate that the humans who'd never lost weight that's true. I love the way you start your evidence. The animal kingdom is my favorite. And yeah we did that as humans and would be charges filed immediately. Like you can't even. You can't even really get away. With giving unwanted hug these days.
"dogan" Discussed on Talk with Oliver
"Down at the free ankara or go to anchor. Fm to get started. So i'm always in the garden house just looking at my wreath and give is flap in. The fuck is at flatten. And i see three pigeons to what looks to be fighting and then when you When i looked in closer bell was big male pitch and it was bowing down. It was literally it was like doing. Danny dogan in yoga was bowing down and it was going back capos bowing dongguan backup and kept doing it. And there was a smaller pigeon right in front of it. Which i presume is a female and it was trying to impress their and she wasn't in any event and then there was another part next to him that when she was an interested. The one who's bowing down chased off to the bird which is another male so basically it was like i've tried to fuck this bird. She's interested it doesn't mean you're having and then he flopped the other by the way and it was just incredible. I think to myself if that was humans we get done for rape. You know we'll get done for assault if we just kept persisting on a gal that didn't want us and literally like pestering them running around the roof hopping on she gets away. The animal kingdom gets away with get away with. It is quite incredible when you think about why animals day and translate that the humans who'd never lost break. That's that's true. I love the way you start your evidence. The animal kingdom is my favorite. And yeah we did that as humans and would be charges filed immediately. Like you can't even. You can't even really get away. With giving unwanted hug these days.
"dogan" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast
"I've got launchers or know situation like that i might even have some birds in a bag and a walk him out on that check cord and control the situation. They're not running. While then i can roll into a stop with that check cord and that remote in my hand right so you know rolling them and then let them stop because they've already learned to stop prior to that that situation and then once you feel that you can move forward and and i've used other trainer salts where it's like eighty percent of the time they understand it then you move forward to the next Stage where you know without a check court I'll tell you this. Oh i've got certain dogs. That all i have to do is teach him to stop in the yard. Maybe i walk out. I bump among the belly in the backfield. I have a bag of pigeons. I start tossing pigeons shooting a blank pistol stopping that dog. Just like in that scenario. And i take him to the field and i'm working on an all i've got to do is use that break on him. That's you know that caller a break and all have cut. Do take that jason. They'll stop stand in a situation that's it and that's that's the breeding side. A lot of is And they're they want to stand. But gosh i've had about. I've worked i think fifteen out of One sire in almost every single one of them acted the same way around birds and in. It's like they're they're really Their bold enough and you can stop them and those are the dogs that i can take right to wild birds. And i don't have to whole lot in the yard Other dogs you have to do prerequisites in order for them to have an understanding. Otherwise it's like getting a car ahead of the horse so really knowing what you're working with and what that dog needs that that's kind of your first and foremost but Being able to stop him without birds and then implementing stop off flushing birds on front where they don't even sent them and then stopping them and doing a number of those two were they understand that situation and then you feel confident that you put them in the wild birds or other situations that you can stop them That's kinda the way meander to it and then eventually You can sink your your neck collar with your flank collar and then moved to the neck only for noncompliance right so like okay. You went with the birds. And just a bumpy. Unstop you So so it's kinda in a nutshell. I i know very very good south. That's that's of a lot of interest to me at at the stage. I met with my younger dogan announcing the listeners as well but our next question mark says here's a good one what if you have a esp s. p. so happy that barks as it runs. He taken out. I hate barking. Actually a we're going to get into this so agom now you don't wanna take the joy out of a dog Right but Barking while running in hunting the dogs actually not hunted. It's it's their mind clearing a lot of times There's field trials right now where dogs are getting placed in their barking a majority of the half hour to hour on the ground. The you can't tell me that's not genetic that ed's not is not shorthair zone. It's not you know it's it's across the board. And in so i i mean i get the allot like now. I've seen dogs bark while chasing birds. I've seen embark will chasing tweety birds game birds. You know different situations chasing deer or whatever but you gotta you you take that off them so to speak just you you get rid of that behavior and But yeah you want to be happy. But their joy of finding birds is that they're not running track. They're not hunting for an even with a lot of the hounds what we call. It was babbling and dad hated that with the hounds grownup. All i mean. I remember coming home and there's certain bloodlines. He was working than they were known to babble on the track instead of running a chop mouth on track and so that's probably where it starts his leg. it's been ingrained to me not to like that But you know it's You think about it if they're racing through the country the probably not thinking birds like where there are just over over speed racing through it or if they're barking wall running or a third barking and chasing birds in the air the probably not trying to get appointed either so you gotta be gradual with but then certain behaviors. You have to bend them out of that and so you can bend dogs barking while running but you gotta make him do something for you. You of make them handle a lot of times. But i've seen a lot of the genetic and the that's that's the thing that that's kind of been a pet peeve lately of mine is like dogs barking on the ground or gosh even the texas dogs barking on the truck. I do not handle allowed either. So yeah aesthetically. It's not as enjoyable. But it seems to kind of correlate with really a heightened sense of excitement or in just like you said the dog is i mean. It's almost like that. Barking is like the spilling out of their excess energy. That they're just full tilt and they're not like they need to dial back. They're not focused and they're not in the zone at that point absolutely and that's but some of them to do it for the first few minutes and then just get out of their system and then they're fine And i'm not an after a while. It just kind of dwindles. But if it's something that's constantly going on and i i've had it There there's some dogs that i worked Last summer that would do it. And just on a lot of the time turnham. I'd make him turn with me so like they're going to the front and they were one hundred fifty yards in air yipping embarking and just trying to keep up with another dog on the ground. I would I turn directions like ninety degrees call on them and start kinda tickling them with that caller to get them to pay attention and they would come across to the front will now. Their mind is focused. On what i'm asking of them instead of just read through focus. Yeah exactly so. Typically when handling drills An can start.
"dogan" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
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"dogan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"In a gotTa Davita everybody and welcome to the short stuff. It's Josh and Chuck and there's Cherry over there Somewhere out there in the ether right. I hope so. And this is this is stuffy. Should know short stuff. We should probably stop. Horsing around yes so I don't know why he said in a gotTa Davita. I'm assuming is that Swedish. No I think it's a pig. Latin or GIBBERISH. Oh really yeah. It's in the garden of Eden. But for some reason he said Nagata Davita. Why did you say for the show just for fun? It's a pleasant thing to hear it. Don't you think I thought it was an Easter egg? No now and now it's just totally ruined. Well we are talking about a pretty interesting thing that you Tease out on an episode. We did recently and One that is from an episode. Wealth is not from an episode. But there's also a ninety nine percent invisible episode about this. Yep there is if you want to hear a better version tune into Roman has beaten just about every way but we'll try our best right agreed so we're talking about today is called Dogan H. And Dog and H Is Swedish for our day or right day? H H stands for Heuberger which is The Swedish word for right and what the whole thing was really talking about with something called a man who grew traffic. Calm Log Nice I don't know if Nice is the right word but sure thank you and what that means is the right hand. Traffic diversion and ultimately would all of this of these words and lots piled together mean as that. This is the day dog and h September. Third Nineteen sixty seven win. Sweden said. We're no longer driving on the left. Hand of the road like we have been since seventeen thirty four. Where all of a sudden one day going to switch over to the right hand side. That's right and I think did you mention when they how long they had been driving on the other side. Yes it's seventeen thirty four. It's a long time so what you're having to do is there's a couple of factors here. You've got to teach people how to do this literally. So they put together a pamphlet. That literally told you how to do it. And then you gotTA. It's an infrastructure project. Supposedly the largest driving related infrastructure project ever undertaken by any country. Oh really knows definitely Sweden's largest infrastructure project to that day. It was the largest for any country as far as traffic's related largest traffic related infrastructure. Yes what I just said okay. I just couldn't believe my ears chug but Yeah Yes oh yeah. There's the infrastructure section of it and then there's the public information campaign and it was a lot more than just like a pamphlet pamphlets. Were step like one dot you know oh go with indicating that there's plenty other steps about that and some of the other things they did was Tv ADS RADIO ADS newspaper ADS. They came up with a logo for Dogan Age. That was everywhere They had a A song contest to pick a theme song for dog and H and they came up with a good one. It listen to it. Yeah it was good of you. Yeah Yeah I it was called. The American translation is keep to the rights. Vinson sweet it was by the Tele Stars and it was like you said selected by vote it actually reached number five on their their charts whatever. The Swedish charts are And there was also a weird little sly side meaning because apparently keeping it to the right means to be faithful to your significant other as opposed to cheating on son which is going left. Oh and heard that before. Yeah wow chuck this and a deep cut right there fairly deep so the the name of the song in Swedish is hall dig till Googlers Benson and I listened to it enough that I could have sung it but enough time is the lab since I've heard it. So can you sing? Great No do you think we've talked about it enough to play it at any point or do we have to tell people to go. Look it up on Youtube. No I mean let's could. We play like a version where we won't get sued. We'll find out how about that all right. Well let's play a little part right now. Here is how dig till Hugger Vinson by the Tele Stars..
The Origins of Driving on the Left Side of the Road
"Day was september third. One thousand nine hundred sixty seven traffic in sweden switched from being being on the left side of the road to the right side of the road. The day is officially known as hugger traffic com lag uneaten or the right hand traffic diversion. It's also called dogan hoa or h day for short. The change caused some disruption but not much since sweden. We didn't have been preparing for the switch for a while. Most countries in the region drove on the right side of the road. Though some european countries like orland britain and iceland stuck to driving on the left side many of britain's former territories still drive on the left as well left side driving can be traced back to ancient rome. It's not clear why ancient romans traveled on the left but it could have been so they could use their weapons with their right hand. When someone approached the practice of staying on the left side of the road continued into medieval europe but by the nineteenth eighteen century the united states canada france and germany had adopted the key right role more european countries standardized driving on the right side side throughout the twentieth century that became an issue for swedish drivers since imported in swedish may car's steering on the left side and places that have have right hand side regulations drivers sit on the left hand side that way drivers can see past the vehicle in front of them but passing car in sweden sweden was difficult and dangerous since drivers sat and drove on the left side. This awkward set up led to many head on collisions onto lane highways as drivers ventured into oncoming traffic to pass a vehicle. Also people from nearby countries like denmark norway and finland. We're used to driving on the right side so they often got an accident when they visited sweden because of the confusion so the swedish government decided take the issue of whether sweden switch to right hand side driving to a vote in one thousand nine hundred eighty five referendum eighty three percent of people opposed the switch but by nineteen sixty seven there were a lot more vehicles on the road and safety was a concern. The government decided to go forth with a change anyway. They started a whole campaign to make the transition smooth. They created signs and stickers with the logo for the transition. The logo we'll go was in h with an arrow going from the left side to the right side of the letter beneath the eights was the planned date for the switch september third nineteen sixty eighty seven the government put out pamphlets p._s._a.'s and product step marketed the switch a song about h day hit number five on swedish music charts in addition to the public relations campaign sweden had to go through major infrastructure changes signs had to be reversed intersections in one way streets had to be dealt with and bus stops had to be moved in the days leading up to h day the new system with explained on not be on the radio and in newspapers on the morning of the change. All non-essential traffic was ordered to stay off the roads risk at four fifty in the morning. The phrase now is the time to change over was announced over loudspeakers the entire project it costs about six hundred and twenty eight million kronor or two point six billion kronor in two thousand eighteen the equivalent of three hundred sixteen million u._s. dollars on the monday after h day slightly fewer traffic accidents that average reported the number of motor insurance claims went down but this improvement was likely due to safer than normal driving by nineteen sixty-nine accident and fatality rates had gone back since h._d._a. Other nations have changed what side of the road drive onto east jeffcoat. Hopefully you know a little more about history today then and you did yesterday.
"dogan" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"If people Dogan ROY forget it. I think it's hilarious. Well, it's gonna make it fun. Again is, so we'll see what happens. This time doesn't make it. The primary should be interesting. It is Valentine show. Did you hear about this, this trial of this navy seals on trial for murder? This is like something on a Perry, Mason. She hear this today. So they got this guy. He's a witness, right? And he's on the he's on the stand. And he goes, they said, did Edward Gallagher. Kill the terrorist. No. I did gun Dun, Dun, Dun, and the whole time I go. Oh, it's hilarious. Anyway, Erin, you're up next Phil Valentine show, Aaron Musab today. I'm hanging in there like a loose tooth. I feel you I was calling regarding the Oregon story, the bachelor comment. I believe he wanted bachelor sent out so he wasn't gonna make widows and orphans of family. I see. That's what that means. Okay. Well, i'm. Also wondering if you heard about the TI RC manifesto, the what the what now. I thought on Facebook this morning. TI RC manifesto. They're trying to create Nashville into a sanctuary city. What is the T I, R C, or whatever this is? The first time I come across it, and it was really long and they seem like a bunch of nobody. Too much mind. Well good luck to him. If you. Thank God bless. Thank you. Appreciate that, by the way heard from modern caveman. He's one of us. He says, not you this response to somebody else he had in this tweet. See this, all this stuff gets confusing because I just I just see that one tweet. I don't see it was connected to a story that I'd retweeted from CNN about the Himalayas, and the and the whatever it was with the glaciers. He says, all good. I'll take the hit for the show today. He said, I heard us so. So modern caveman. He's one of us lazy gentleman. You're all right. As Stuart Varney would say, so we got that to talk about when we come back in just a moment, and it will be just a moment believe you me Skoda's of holds across on public land. The liberals are going nuts today. What isn't this a separation of church and state? No, there's no such thing as a separation of church and state, this is in this of forty foot tall World War, One memorial cross, and this isn't merely. We'll tell you what the supreme court said about who voted how and all that kind of stuff. But it's big. I mean, this is big we've had. Several of these that have been really below the radar for a lot of folks. But, you know, we had the one the other day where they were about the bakery, and all that kind of stuff. This is Michael new dial the same atheists that keeps doing this stuff and he got shot down, again by the courts. I believe it was frame court. We just refuse to hear the case of the lower court ruling, which was in favor of the Baker. I think that was the case stayed. But these folks they is losing every time you turn around and again nothing against you. If you're atheist is just stopped bellyaching about crosses and religious stuff. If you don't like it just lump it. There is no freedom from religion for crying out loud. But they actually got an organization named that freedom from there's no freedom from religion. There's a freedom of religion and your free, not to believe Milwaukee's. Leave everybody else alone information opinion driven super talk ninety nine seven. WBZ news center. I'm Pamela furr with your top stories, top administration officials lawmakers are being briefed at the White House about Iran's downing of a US drone near the Persian Gulf, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says he's confident President Trump will take action to in his words. Stop this behavior, this told the Iranians you cannot disrupt navigation sees you can't attack. Our interests are allies s an unacceptable way to live in the twenty first century, they are testing him. They need to do so at their own peril, dano election. Twenty twenty former Alabama chief Justice ROY Moore announcing today that he plans to run for US Senate cannot win. Yes, I can win, not only cannot. They know that's why there's such opposition in two thousand seventeen more lost to close, Senate special election in his state to democrat, Doug Jones. During the general election campaign more faced multiple accusations of sexual misconduct dated back to the nineteen seventies news brought to you by access by BMW traffic.
"dogan" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"dogan" Discussed on KGO 810
"That to Ryan Scott. Jio? Bowl cookbook recipes by extrordinary, and I mean extrordinary produce of California's iconic market Laura mcglade lease joining me right now, she is the author of this delicious beautiful in-depth book. And I mean in depth because I don't think they're actually I don't even have to say, I think there's another grocery store in the world that has what Berkeley bowl has. I don't think. So. Yeah. So much you have such a love infatuation. I mean, this is instilled in tattooed injure culinary. You know, brain I asked you before we came on. I said are you a part of Berkeley bowl? What's your your Coney director? You're lying. No. I just love it. Yeah. A lot of people think I work for them the damn right? You should. Where did Laura make lively become this Kony artistry that turns around writes this book with what's your background? Well, so I I'm a home cook. I learned how to cook from my mom, but I guess it ever, by the way. The best cook. And I moved here in two thousand to two to go to college out UC Berkeley, and I'd heard of the store, and so I made my way down there and saw all the crazy fruits and vegetables that they have and by crazy. I mean things that you don't generally see convenient grocery store, and and so I started cooking more and more in college and just became a big fan of the store. And would you go to school for I studied nutrition? Okay. So there is a tie here. Yeah. Yeah. So it it basically came from that of going to the store so often and being intrigued by these things. So when you walk in can you okay? Let's let's paint a picture for somebody. If you've never been to Disneyland Berkeley bowl is Disneyland foodies, that's the way I'm going to paint it. And if you've never seen the Matterhorn, we're going to take you to the Matt of the first second first time here. I remember when I was in school in nineteen ninety nine and there was a guy. Name name Dogan was his name chef Dogan, and he said we're going to take a tour, and we're going to go to Berkeley. And I'm like, I've never been Berkeley. This is so damn cool. Worse. Berkeley out. He's like it's over the bridge. I'm like, I've never been over the bridge said eighteen so we go and remember this this Disneyland of what left taught me he's like this tahini there's runner beans. There's passion for there's Meyer lemon like who's Meyer? If you've never seen fresh green, chickpeas like everything, you can imagine abroad being a Romano. Just you name it from wax beans. So I remember going there and remember him painting this picture of Disneyland. When I go there. It has this mod seventies. Feel it's not Disneyland. It's not you know, it's not but there were security out front. And there was this really amazing place with throwback carts. And when I walked in. I got it. Yeah. Really really good the scripture, right, especially because at times when you go up to the store, you'll actually see tour buses outside with hordes of tourists from other countries coming to checkout Berkeley bowl, and then on inside it's just chaotic and there's lines just like at Disneyland winding around the store to get to the cash register. So it's it's actually very much like an amusement park. I mean, I know why it was Berkeley. I it makes sense to me. But I feel like Moore cabdriver told me a long time ago. He's like if every state was like, California, we'd be so much better. And if the whole world was like San Francisco the world would be a better. Place. But Berkeley really started at I mean, Alice waters era of how the food is what it is today. It now is everywhere things to every you know, lots of other grocery stores today. But what is it about Berkeley full tickets through the aisles and the produce in the vendors and the people in the food, and it's just it's everything it is. It's I think it's a really unique place. If you haven't been you head on over there. Tour mega day, you described it really, well, it's sort of like if if you walk in thinking, you're just going into get milk. You're mistaken, you will leave with so much more than you thought you needed because you just get well, I'll say me, I just get very excited when I'm in their credit card does. These Buddha's hand with, you know, type of Citron fingers and dragon fruit, and like you said those chick peas that are unsheltered, and and you may be chickpeas everyday out of a can. But you're like what what on earth is. You'd never knew chick pea green. Yeah. So you spend all this time, maybe examining things and scoping it out. But what I found is that a lot of people do that. And they don't take those things home. They like to go to the store and kind of marvel at these weird strange things and all the they have a wall of mushrooms. It's calculated forty square feet of different types of mushrooms and people look at them. Some of them are blue and some are red, and but they don't actually put them in their carts because it's like there's this feeling that maybe I don't have permission to cook. With this. This wasn't from my upbringing. This wasn't part of my culture, but I believe places like life Berkeley bowl and other grocery stores that have done so well that have made the blue foot the Hsien trail the. Gnocchi commonality their common foods now. But I always tell people don't you believe this that if you just weekly biweekly or monthly just integrate one new product in imagine if you shopped only once a month or twice a month. That's twenty four different ingredients in a year that you, you know, you put into your repertoire and looking at a Citron like a Buddhist hand, which is kind of scary. But to know that it could be candied. It can be Vinograd. It can go with shellfish. It could be zest. It could be so many things in plus I got to say because of social media and also because of the Interweb Google and so on that really helps so don't be discouraged, right, Laura. Yeah. That's sort of the point of my book is demystifying these things they do intimidating especially African horned melon which is on the backside or covered in orange spikes. And it looks like a a hand grenade from outer space, and it looks super scary. But that was the first one I started with and I took it home to kind of play with it and have. Have fun with it and realize this is this is as normal to someone else as tomatoes and cucumbers for me, this is all to someone and there's a good reason for that. And so that's when I decided, basically, what you just said, why don't I challenge myself to take a new thing home each week and twenty started a blog just for fun to to chronicle adventures about this. And then from the blog if we turn it into a cookbook, so winded Berkeley bowl New York of cesspool. About me a couple of months after I wrote my blog and article came out about the blog in the contra Costa times, and and the owner is going to Diane they live out in Arinda. And so they saw the article, and they're like, well, actually, I got a invitation. I got an Email from them to come to a staff meeting, and I sort of my my blog is called my Berkeley bowl. And I thought oh my gosh. They're they're having become kind of doing a cease and desist thing. They're going to use their name. And right, right. You know, it was kind of nervous. And it turns out they're just really nice people. And we're excited that I'm a big fan of their store and wanted to meet me the equivalent of maybe somebody in the sixties he didn't call from Elvis private show. Did you get? Did you get the did you get the did you shake a little bit where you stoked Superstock? We actually met at Scone hinge this little breakfast, right? Across the street. I got to pick their brains and beat Glenn who is he's in his eighties and he still handpicked the produce along with a couple other produce fire. He he wakes up at. Two thirty every morning and heads across the bay bridge to go to a couple produce wholesalers out here and be all before dawn. So it was really cool to kind of meet this produce hero of mine who's not just made the store, but who's really done a lot for the food scene in Berkeley in general, and and brought to life some of these items that without him doing that, I wouldn't even know existed. So from that conversation, how long until this was you were proposing to do a book. So I started my blog in March two thousand fifteen I think I met them around July. And then in December was when paradox press approached me about doing cookbook, so we pretty soon after that met with Glenn on the blog. Yeah. Wow. We met with them and said, hey, is this okay? If we write this book, and they were of course, really excited our the inter-web. Yeah. Yeah. So much more to talk about with Laura when we come back. Let's jump into the recipes inspired by this extrordinary protas of California's most iconic, and I mean it. If you just want to have a family tour, by the way, you just inspired me to take my wife and my daughter. Oh, good. We have we have to talk, by the way, we both have four month old babies and all it can meet for a baby tour. Yeah. Yeah. Ryan Scott show on.
"dogan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Rocky in Satya are all survivors. And they know they're blessed. But going through having a sick baby completely changed. The course of rocky Dogan's marriage and their family for the better. Yeah. I think about it a lot now too, right? Because there's so many things that happen in your marriage or in my marriage or in the in in your child's life that are disappointing. Right. It's disappointing. When something happens like something city happens at school. It's disappointing. When your child is in the first one to read is disappointing. When your child is on a wait list for private school. It's all disappointing life is full of these like small insignificant disappointments, but it is very hard to focus on them when you're like me or like us, and you know, that all of this didn't have to be free, you it was almost all erased. And you've got the second chance to like be a mom and to be a family, and I just can't help. But think that the second chance is to just see the world clearly and live it in this to live it not only presently but to live. All of it, and to feel all of it and to really squeeze out the joy in it because focusing on that little bit it just brings the whole thing down by any means, right? We both care about being successful. But we're not worried about like rocky set her. Oh, is she going to be the best readers? You're going to be the smartest to me that more just happy that she's year. And it's like she happy as she going to be the kind of person who who brings joy to others who understands that like her place in this world is in taken for granted. Because it almost wasn't and that we all live a life. That's ours. But also of service to other people. Tell me what Saturday is.
"dogan" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
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"dogan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Dogs. Start was of the trigger point for deciding to come into the pet industry in what was can the origin story of American dog. Sure. So our background is isn't designing manufacturing. And we have a lot of experience with really high end products attacked co products, and fashion products and fitness products. And we also had a couple of other lines in the pet industry over the years. And so we had an opportunity to design a manufacturer line of private label made in USA toys for a large retailer. And of course, we were delighted it was really exciting. And so we were kind of jumped on it. And after months of designing and prototyping, and literally we had we had prototype. Like all of our factory the deal fell through and that was kind of a result of just margin constraints and some other some other situations. And so we couldn't go forward with it. And it was really. Hard on all of us. And we didn't realize how emotionally attached we had gotten to the to the project. So we sat around and kinda lick our wounds for months. And after a few months of just kinda, you know, kicking it around. We decided that we really felt like we were on to something. We felt like we had a really great concept. It was right in our vein 'cause we all the product we were designing were in two thousand Daniel Cordero that were really used to working with on our tactical side. So we know it's really tough. And so we decided you know, what we're gonna we're gonna forge ahead with this. We're going to continue to design some some really cool, interactive toys, and we're going to move ahead and launch our own brand. So we debated over a lot of names. And couldn't believe the American dog was available and up and decided to launch on Kickstarter and the rest is history. Cool. So hey before we jump into the Kickstarter stuff. You mentioned a couple of things I want to make sure we have clarity for the audience private-label when you say private label. Can you define what that means? So when we work with other companies who want to have their own product line, and they want to have their name on it. We will work with folks like that. We do that as you know with you guys, but we're really passionate about, you know, co branding more than just private labeling. So usually, we'll we'll have it be powered by American dog on a strike or side of our business that is one hundred percent private labeling. So we would strike or does is we basically designed a manufacturer for other American brands of people that want to make their stuff here in the US perfect, and you mentioned tactical products a couple of times, can you folks what that means? So tackle products being military products. That are used on the battlefield we make a lot of over the years made a lot of rocks and holsters, and you know, just really durable products actually are used by soldiers. Yeah. Really interesting with you guys, especially as a manufacturer in the part of your manufacturing's for the pet industry to come from that background of making really tough military grade, staff annoying materials that go into it. I'm always I was pretty one is really unique. Or you said, it's pretty interesting. Absolutely. We had a unique perspective sort of I feel like it kind of gave us an edge. Just because of what we know on the other side of our business, and we were kind of flirting with that idea, but it's really become its own animal over the years. And. Yeah. Exactly. And we're very creative group. So it's it's always like what if we do this? And I wonder if this would work, but we just don't box ourselves, then we're sort of out of the box thinkers, and so we've kind of pushed the limits, and and we're really excited with what we've done so far what we feel like we're going to do going forward. Cool. All right. So we're back up a little bit. You guys you lost a potential client in the pet industry. Kind of fell in love with designing products for your wounds decided to launch American Dogan kicked off on a Kickstarter campaign. Correct. That's right. So I'm sure they're probably some of the listeners who've actually had firsthand experience with Kickstarter. But I bet a lot of folks haven't but they've heard about it. So also a little bit about what was the process like going through washing on Kickstarter. So Kickstarter is a is a funding platform, and it was a great experience for us. We had kind of a unique opportunity to see how it works with a really great customer that we work with on our manufacturing side called certain plow. They had an enormously successful campaign on Kickstarter just a couple of years before we actually launched our brand. And so we kind of had an opportunity to watch what they did. And how they did it. And just you know, what their overall experience was. And and so when we decided to move forward, they were just great about, you know, just advising us on you know, how to do it what to do and all those things, and and that was really vital to us because we're designers and manufacturers, and logistics and finance people. We know anything about social media. Marketing, and branding and all of those things. So these guys were really awesome for us in the early stages of our brand launch. It works basically on a thirty day, all or nothing sort of campaign. So you basically come up with what they call. I think they call them rewards. So you you have different offerings essentially, so your pre basically pre selling your product. So in our case, we only had we didn't have a whole lot of designs at the time. And so you just offered, you know, well, if you spend this much money, you get this product, if you spend this much when you get this product, and so you're basically pre selling your products and you have a goal. So you set your goal. And if you meet that goal in thirty days, you get fully funded, and then you have to fill you have to fulfil all the orders all the products that you presold, but that gives you the revenue to, you know, obviously, build those products and also you hopefully you set your goal high enough to get your website down. And whatever else you need to get go. And so we our goal is twenty thousand dollars. We hit it in thirty days. Successful Kickstarter campaign. Would you do it again if you could ruin the clock? Yeah. Absolutely. I think that was the right approach for us for sure. And a lot of those initial funders think they call them funders. They call them backers. That's what they call those initial backers are still very loyal to our brand today. So it's been really fun. So if anybody listening to this is considering a Kickstarter campaign or any other crap ending campaign of similar type themselves any big recommendations for well. I would definitely recommend the platform. And I mean, the risk is minimal because you're selling your products in advance. If you don't reach your goal. No one's credit card gets charge, and you don't get funded. So there's not a huge obligation there. In Raleigh, really out is the cost of your campaign. But I think I would recommend to anyone that was thinking about this to really just do their due diligence. You know to have a great idea build a great campaign funded..
"dogan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"dogan" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"What the hell veep? With elaine. Julia Louis Dreyfus. Miguel on those arc. Season three's should be coming soon. The I your shows in the upper echelon top five new shows on the last couple of years. Have so many great shows that was one one great shows that oh, no. That's okay. He said so many great shows. That's not that's not a show. I don't think so many great shows is a show. I don't show. Catchy name like it clicks show, but it should be show you to live. What is it? I know that neither of you. The neither have you tried it. But I I told you about that show you. Yeah. Yeah. I keep meaning to should attending to you. It's good. Dexter light live low. Anything light? I'm just not why even go sorry. I just don't want to give you. Hours of my life. Let me say about the first episode. Hello. Hello. Hi. A up your your guys are you're leaving out the shield man that was like one of the best. Movies to Ryan red beard on that one because I would have rolled my eyes had you said that a couple years ago. But Ryan Redman was like, look if you like to wire you have to check out this show. I watch the entire box set. And people think I'm crazy when I say it's on the level of the wire, but with the characters that you get invested in. There has never been a character on television. Like Vic Mackey, nor will there ever be again, and the and the ending of that show and the the whole let them more certainly. Yes. Beautiful beautiful show. Great show one of the best ever. I mean, the character development on that one was just awesome. Thank you. Cashless failed. Okay. We'll talk about it'll be a copy called RIP land. I just ruined the entire show for you. Don't even watch a odd. It's really good. What's his name? Check. Yeah. So it's got him. And he's Vic Mackey, and you will. Oh and Walton Dogan do oh young young Walton gun. No. He was a was not a teenage boy who's a fellow agent fellow corrupt and match Shane. He was you. You have to watch this show. It's dated a pay phones and beepers and whatnot. But enjoy my parents have the box set, and they love it. My mom said check, my bucks. Hey, guys, I want to see you guys ever saw. That was a great show. No reason for not checking out that shows a Showtime show, and I liked some of those weeds. We talk about way too, much Dexter, obviously. But I I was never inspired to get into nip tuck you ever watch it somebody gave me the DVD's many years ago. I never pop them in. So that's the people. I think the people that do American horror story did nip tuck, right? It was kind of like oh. Rocking stuff American horror story top five TV programs in the last couple of years as well. I love it. Yeah. Depending on the season, you love them all every single them. They're like my children. But they haven't spend an hour. Watch the first episode if you like it, you know, you'll probably enjoy the rest of it. So okay. I can't I didn't check it out then and I'm probably just like that six feet under show on HBO with. I think that's got Dexter to. I never saw. I never I was wondering I thought it was probably going to be pretty good. But I have no reason I never watched it stupid. Where do you hold Friday night lights? Have a place in the top five. Well, that's a great question. John because it's in my heart. It feels like it in my heart. It is topped three. Yeah. In my heart. The crazy town of TV shows man that that. Town cds. I know I saw no you didn't you didn't try. Thirty. Reagan's just.
"dogan" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"I never would have met my wife met my wife one month before I left for dental school never would have met her. I tell my kids that all the time. If I wasn't such a failure. You none of you three would have ever been born. I'm so so grateful for that. I'm grateful that I had a breakdown after my first six practices. I'm grateful that I didn't recognize that. There is such a thing called delegation systems ation, I'm grateful that although my practices were successful. I was a failure in every other area of my life. My four future score was zero out of ten for mindfulness for meaning relationships for my my fitness level and my movement, but it was a ten out of ten for my finances. I'm so grateful that I had that opportunity. I'm grateful that I sold four of those practices and had seven figures of cash in a Bank account. And I didn't know what to do with it. I'm so grateful for that of so grateful that I lost several hundred thousand dollars by car washes and residential real estate and trying to be an options trader, I'm so grateful for that experience. Everything that I've done every failure that I've had every challenge that I've ever experienced has led me to this point right here today. Speaking to you guys today. I'm so blessed that I failed so many times of so blessed all my challenges. This is one of my favorite books. The obstacle is the way. By Ryan holiday, and it's a primer about stoicism stoic philosophy. His one of his one of my favorite quotes from the book in life. It doesn't matter. What happens to you? Or where you came from a matters. What you do with what happens and what you've been given. That's by Ryan holiday. So every single person in here guys right now, you are somewhere. You want to be somewhere else? We all live in the gap between where you want where you are now. And where you wanna be part of where you are right now is a bunch of challenges and frustrations and expectations that you haven't lived up to yet in your life. Everything that you guys have in your life right now. That's not exactly where he wanted to be is a blessing is a blessing and the more challenging it is the bigger blessing. You have I just interviewed a guy. I don't know if any of you guys heard it his name was Steve. Lawton here it he just wrote a book called headfirst. Thanks for phoning podcast is she had. It was it was last week. Steve Lawton, he wrote a book called headfirst. She was skimmed on black diamond any came out of his skis. Somehow any hit a tree going forty five miles an hour, head first broke, basically every bone in his body is brain was fractured. He had bleeding in the brain. It was a very very very traumatic injury. And it basically wiped him out for six months. Couldn't could see couldn't hear couldn't talk couldn't walk for about six months and eventually because of his positivity and his will to live. He came to the other side of that. And he says that the biggest blessing in his life was that accident. Sometimes our biggest challenges are biggest opportunities in our biggest blessings, so I want you guys to focus on any challenge that you have going on right now in your life. And remember that it's your biggest blessing. I honestly believe it dental students come up to me all the time like cut, you are so lucky. I'm like, yeah. I am lucky. I'm so lucky that I'm such a failure. That's has fueled every single thing in my life to this point. Anybody read this book called you can't hurt me by David Dogan's yet? David Goggin is a ex-navy seal. I think the toughest man alive. But I think he needs to take one of our courses because he is not successful in all quadrants of his four futures because he's been married three times. But this dude is about as tough as it gets his his one of his my favorite quotes from him..
"dogan" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"The story on Texas observer dot org numb give their thoughts. Sinon email. I think I think there's something really interesting happening up there at the top of the pan handle at the place that not many people see and unfortunately, not enough people care about. But I think it's I think it's really important, and it's worth paying attention to when you did talk to them about the election. The US Senate campaign been a roared Ted Cruz. Did you get any caveats in that? Did you get? I was with a roar bud or was with cruise. But. Like the immigration lines. I didn't. I don't feel like I don't feel like beta had much name recognition up there. You know? It was pretty much a foregone conclusion that that it was going to go to cruise and the nuances of. Immigration policy. I guess just didn't really come up. You know, we did talk to a local guy there an elderly man who runs a boot shop downtown and his very very pro-trump, and very, you know, for for limiting immigration sooner Dogan's ri-, right, right? The the bootmaker, and what was kind enough to have it in his shop and to show us the various leathers and in the booth that he makes and he's I guess part of maybe the old school of of the panhandle Republicans, and that was just another kind of political perspective that's held up there. But I there definitely are nuances. And it just depends on who you ask, you know. It's I think a lot of people want to put rule, Texas, and the people who are in rural Texas as believing one thing and accepting only one ideology that being really Amodu. But that's just not the case. You know, you know, these these are all individual people with individual feelings, they might agree on some things a lot of things. There's definitely definitely points of disagreement to dig into you know, when Christopher we appreciate you taking Tom again. The name of the piece is these rural panhandle towns should be shrinking. But thanks immigrants there booming. Is there Texas observer, and Christopher I'll say this lots of times people will say something like, well, that's what Christopher says was his lease and have to say like that you're gonna give the leftist center, and I'm gonna give the right of center, but I want you to know, I don't think about it at all in those terms. When people do good work, you need to talk about it. And you really came across something digging through the data and figuring out where there because what we talk about all the time is rural demise in. I'm about to ride expanse extensively on. Why do we continue to talk about this and not do anything about it? But in places where things are happening good things are happening and things are being written about it. We're gonna talk about it on the other side of Texas. So I appreciate you, buddy. Thanks for having me on. I appreciate that. All right. We'll you have a good one. We're gonna get into a break. We'll be right back here on the other side of Texas. Cross battle. Degree in. The sound stones. No. You..
"dogan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"They took it back despite one of the greatest Prescott versus of all time with a scraped face nothing but lies in a neck brace. Don't Don't forget forget the the sugarbowl sugarbowl hat. This not so subtle reminder of what he can do for you. Which is take you within a step. Is there anything in the history of sports press conferences, funnier visually than Bobby Pacino in a neck brace after a motorcycle accident with what appeared was was his girlfriend was it his mistress? I don't wanna get these details wrong. I believe it was a girlfriend that he had hired to work in the department. Okay. Well, thank you. I don't think that I should be trusting you though. I'm pretty sure that the details are right. We should look them up more formerly than that. Because we're being slightly reckless. I'm on it. But I've been wayward lost here not pointing out before. Now, what happened to the jet this weekend? Don't get me started. So Damien Woody is wandering around the parking lot outside the stadium. Just cursing. And what's the name of that New York radio host that you re tweeted Joe beningo? He said that yesterday. What was the most embarrassing moment in his life watching the jets? Yeah. It wasn't. So I mean, it wasn't right. It can't be losing to the bills at home while embarrassing to a quarterback that hadn't met Barkley who hadn't played but good Lord Peterman. Just go away. Seriously Peterman needs to just wander off man like if Matt Barkley what was he doing? What was Matt Barkley doing throwing touchdown passes to tackles? Sometimes jets you run into Matt Barkley Dion Dogan's, how does Matt Barkley. Learn an offense and trick plays in three days. Finally, realizing his potential. So what do you do with this got? So what is loss? I don't care how they lose. It's a great loss. They're going nowhere. This is it. What is the most embarrassing loss? The most embarrassing thing in jets history is the butt fumble. Correct. It's that a Rich Kotite. Those are the two choices. Yup. Pretty much. I mean, they've had so many embarrassing moments. But yeah, I would say that most jet fans would tell you the butt fumble. And Rich Kotite those are the top two what everyone's list it wasn't yesterday in Lou Holtz coach your jets for year. I think he didn't a seventies. So it just predates you. So that that's not part of history. Or does that not qualify because he lasted did Lou Holtz? Even last the entire season as coach of the jets. I'm checking it out right now. I think he got a full season. But I'm checking right now is is Patricia gonna last after season because we continue to get more and more information to got that everyone who leaves Bella check side immediately falls on their face, right except Mike Vrabel. Oh, the titans are back in the mix. I need firmly at Trent for the love of God Benham outta here. I'm MS moscow. gasoline. Lou Holtz was three and ten as.
Trump's possible China tariffs send opponents scrambling
"With the f i g g bridge group says the cracking would need repairs quote but from a safety perspective we don't see that there are any issue so we are not concerned about it from that perspective six people are known dead search teams expect to find more victims in the rubble president trump is considering imposing tariffs on imports from china the ap's mike rossier has details a new round of tariffs could be announced by the white house as early as next week this time president donald trump is considering hitting imports from china the tariffs would be tied to a us investigation launched last august it'll china's failure to stop intellectual property theft the white house would invoke the rarely used section three oh one of the trade act of nineteen seventyfour that authorizes the president to take all appropriate action if a foreign government violates an international trade agreement the us had a trade imbalance last year of five hundred sixty six billion dollars with china the largest source of the deficit mike rossier washington us chamber of commerce national retail federation are warning against president trump imposing such tariffs this is ap radio news i huge mural in new york city created by the british graffiti artists banksie protest the imprisonment of an artist and journalist in turkey ap's ed donahue has detail the seventy foot mural shows black tally marks representing zero dorgan's days in a turkish prison doganov shown jail behind one set of the marks she's in prison after painting the turkish flag flying over the rubble of destroyed town shannon galp and walked by the mural get more people to recognize this story and see realized artists are being jailed for nothing more than chinese their voice this man roger sandino claims he saw banks and my friend on silent disclosure you can't really give you a description of him you know but he's a very nice person on instagram banks he wrote about dogan sentenced to nearly three years in jail for painting a single picture i'm ed donahue i'm tim maguire ap radio news easter is coming up and i can't wait to have the whole family in one place and of course what's easter without an awesome easter brunch now i don't know about your family but mine is a little picky and i really.
Banksy Mural in New York
"A new round of tariffs could be announced by the white house as early as next week this time president donald trump is considering hitting imports from china the tariffs would be tied to a us investigation launched last august it'll china's failure to stop intellectual property theft the white house would invoke the rarely used section three oh one of the trade act of nineteen seventy four that authorizes the president to take all appropriate action if a foreign government violates an international trade agreement the us had a trade imbalance last year of five hundred sixty six billion dollars with china the largest source of the deficit mike rossier washington us chamber of commerce national retail federation are warning against president trump imposing such tariffs this is ap radio news i huge mural in new york city created by the british graffiti artists banksie protests the imprisonment of an artist and journalist in turkey ap's ed donahue has detail the seventy foot mural shows black tally marks representing zero dorgan's days in a turkish prison doganov is shown jail behind one set of the marks she's in prison after painting the turkish flag flying over the rubble of a destroyed town shannon galp walked by the mural get more people to recognize this woman's story in see realize they hardis or being jailed for nothing more than chinese their voice this man roger sandino claims he saw banks me and my friend on silent disclosure you can't really give you a description of him no he's a very nice person on instagram banks he wrote about dogan sentenced to nearly three years in jail for painting a single picture i'm ed donahue i'm tim maguire ap radio news easter is coming up and i can't wait to have the whole family in one place and of course what's easter without an awesome easter brunch now i don't know about your family but mine is a little picky and i really wanted to impress them with something delicious a friend told me i should check out total.
"dogan" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"So we we reflected heavily on all that the possibly force you that there was a lot of in sought to begin the and for us it's a question over and over again is it is it suffering necessary or is it a a quick path towards this enlargement and we'd like to figure out a way where you didn't have to go through a little bit of a sort of selfdiscovery which things to happen in the quickly in the suffering environment we figured the only other answer would be to figure out how to get you on stage in front of a million people in your rock and enrolling but that's even harder to create so we kind of sit back but we we try and think about it like you it's not so much the suffering but you're going to be pushed just beyond your capacity we put programs and systems around you to ensure that when you do get a little bit beyond where you're comfortable we have you back now we'll let you probably explore that spicer little so you both you and i understand where you want and work to improve but i think that sort of if it's done in the right way it's not semi it can be tough but it's not so much the suffering not i think if you do if we consider in that light it's it's not as daunting as these just go out there punishes self right i'm actually a big believer in the suffering in in one of the videos that i saw view i don't think you work with david dogan's but he's the guy in the navy recruiting video games talking about like i don't stop until something it's uncomfortable when we actually had him on the show did an interview with him utterly fascinating do and one of the things that he's really tapped into is.