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"douaou" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody
"I've got stations chachi. That are building amazing communities on facebook but we own all the listeners. We own the data and the radio station across the street. That essentially plays the same music. Essentially has the same type of talent blah blah. There's no tangible evidence that social media drives ratings but i'll say defies logic that you're using social in a way that's reminding people that they matter and helping people feel a part of something in the competitor isn't your winning so i completely agree. I think it's intrinsic to the brand. I mean it depends so much on the brand or the extension of your brand. I just couldn't imagine the world where you don't have it. I can tell you what integral part is to our business Let alone gigantic station. You know and i know that you you know this what you have built tragedy. It is impressive and it's amazing. You are where you're supposed to be because both of us might have days. That are tougher than others. A lot of days don't necessarily feel like work and sometimes we breezed through things that we did need. No we didn't know. And i find that in the social space. I never really was satisfied on air. And i've never really was satisfied as a program director but i can tell you in twelve years of learning the social space and i still consider myself a student. I am precisely. Were supposed to be because sometimes thanks fly out of my mouth that i didn't even know that i knew and you go. Wow that was good like hey where did i get that. It's so important. What i've learned when people asked like try as much as you can to align your core character with what you do for a living because things will always flow. It'll always work out. It doesn't mean that every day's a great day it just means everything's gonna work out very well put very well put you love what you do adage which i think is so important and to your point. Yeah there's days that. I'm certainly stressed out or unhappy especially during the pandemic that we're in now because it is incredibly stressful time but i still find myself so fortunate to be able to do what i do and it is a privilege and an honor. That to do this to our cells remember going back to the beginning of the view and my parents pushed me out. I have to push myself out. It's not snaps carry. I fell into what some radio people fell into in two thousand eight leaving programming for digital. What would people think while she wasn't that great of a pd so she went over to the digital side. You had to fight that noise. You sure out there saying stuff like that and so you you had fight that noise you had to fight your own south douaou in you had to build up your own self worth because nobody wanted to talk about it. I'm curious about sue. Now you've completely realigned and you're in this digital space and duke right hires you and a visionary believes in your vision and then fred and paul come knocking on your door and now you know arguably the biggest consultancy in the country. How does that happen. That happens friday in all. Tell the story the best they had found themselves. In various meetings with the radio stations they salt and digital and social media star coming up and they have no answers. And you know that you've got it together when you admit you don't have the answer. They never tried to fake it. They win could we find. And i believe that they found me on twitter. Leave that that's their story is somehow god. I wasn't tweeting like a jerk. Wanted another uprising. Like going back to the lack of southworth in the league for mobile tampa. Thank god. I was watching what i tweeted because i believe the guys found me there and it just felt like mid west. Communications had run. Its course and i say that respectfully because we're all still very close at the guy had done what i was meant to do there so i joined fred paul. I always say. God has a sense of humor. Because i never really spoke publicly before i did once at clear channel market manager meaning once that was interesting but i had never spoken public prior and i had to get up. I think conclave was my first speaking gig. And i was like yes so i will look. I lost my train of god. I could see fred is sweat on my god. I more on well and fred is so polished. When he's on stage. I be like you know he might as well just be. The stages fred's living room. He's just super comfortable addy's on stage. It's hard to live up to. I was buried blessed to be there for four years because he taught me more than he will ever know. And i tell him all the time. There's something important about mentors in that is that they will take you in and they will clean you up. She taught me the art of diplomacy. And maybe you know what you're speaking about earlier in this interview where it is natural for me building relationships with people either companies that serve just people in general shred taught me a lot about diplomacy in bedside manner and just by watching him. He never sat me down. Said okay. laurie. Here are the five steps. I just watched him closely for four years and it was a great gift to serve them. It's interesting you bring that up. And i was listening to a podcast Earlier this week. seth godin was being interviewed by tim ferriss. Authenticity came up which we were talking about. Earlier seth godin was a bit critical. Obviously authenticity is important but he said authenticity cannot be license for you to be self absorbed. It can't be a license where well this is just me so be it and going back to baba there's a point where maybe the authenticity was too much and it turned people off because it you're like oh well he's authentically arrogant or whatever it is you have to have this melding of authenticity but also diplomacy and that's what it seems like you learned. Here's one great memory touchy at all will hide under a desk. Even if i'm right in there wrong. I'm gonna make them right. Not sure i in so. It's my first trip with thread and call fred saying something about the radio station to talking about the mothership. At first they're gonna get into social media later so i'm just sitting there. Observing and fried makes suggestion in the pd is like. I don't think that's right. Tell me rookie Up like all know in. I watch fred just so calm the way that he was speaking with this program director completely. Disarm the program director minutes later in conversation happens and then eventually gets his way and it was fascinating. It's artful to watch that of obviously. I've spent a little bit of time with fred. But i've seen mike do that. Mcveigh and i'd just sit in awe job at that and to your point i don't like it either and as you know you get into a role and eventually the time comes where you have to unfortunately be in these uncomfortable situations and you actually unfortunately have to learn to be comfortable in these uncomfortable situations and it's so difficult to do but to see a master like fred or a mcvay do it..
"douaou" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
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"douaou" Discussed on Bravely Mistaken
"Sell. I saw magnesium and I can't make claims that it helps with add. They came after me for that for printing that you know Thursday's is key word illnesses that you cannot treat without the official medical you know pathways. You know So Alzheimer's Hammers. Add and cancer being three of the big ones you know that raises red flags at corporations and sellers sell these things you know. I don't so now like this like these fasting diets the Gershon diets. Where you're just drinking this super super fresh juice where they actually pop the the cell membranes of the juice cells so you're just getting the insides of the cells and they just have you drink drink that and they claim it just kind of juice and they claim it Cures cancer. But you can't do that in America. You have to go down to Tijuana to do it. I'm not saying it works works but I don't know it seems to me you know I don't know I guess there's too many people trying to to screw everyone over but I think Ireen even said though if she had the MD degree you can. You can recommend Chinese medicine if you had an MD right to a patient. I think it's depends on the state. Some states they allow the MD to do acupuncture some states late. Don't well I actually have a question and I do. I want to get a little bit down to just Kinda the nuts and bolts a little little bit of of of just what you know. Like for instance. What is Meridian Meridian? It's easy it's not a nerve. It's not a muscle. I know that you so you say you're not totally deep. Dive studied these things but just meridian. What is what is that? I will try my best to explain to you in in English Doing great by the way. Thank you very much a meridian like love intense medicine. The most thing in our body is the chief If you're chee is very well very health than we won't get any illness. We won't get sick even even though we won't get a free fruit by infection anyone anyway but what if you she is weak you you'll feel very easy to get tired and may be. You will try to sleep a lot gets. You'll lose your energy to about everything you know. Just in the day and them like asthma. Or were you feel should authorize occurs because because you're deficiency Aso So what acupuncture do is to will help you to flow your cheese Munoz. Get them stronger. So like are Meridian. You can think is like you'll vessels in your body. The broad vessels in. Yeah so oh your arteries and veins you. They goes everywhere in your body to make sure they are walking. Walking right is is the Meridian isn't an actual physical thing or is it something that is not now now. You can't see it okay. You can't but you can feel it. So it gives an example of a big meridian in the body like what is a big one this no big one that telephone they just go through the body with different part to make sure they cover the whole body Inch one they have their loot Sophisticated Pacific specific specific. I know it's a hard one. That's a tough specificity. I need you to be more specific with me. Go ahead okay. That one inch each Meridian. They have been way to go through. The body need to make sure they work on their duty. But you say you can feel it so go ahead angel good. I'm just wondering you know because is when I hear the word she I feel like. Do you think that this is where you lose. Some Westerners because when I think when people hear hear chee they think of spirituality spirituality and and I don't know how much of Chinese medicine has a basis in in towers them or any sort of spiritual practices Yin and Yang is. Very Douaou is so yeah. I mean it's gotta come from about a spirit like Had to say that if you like we said in a Chinese medicine we everything's a whole you know like we have a five life and feary. That's the most important part and also even the thing you said spiritual cheap deep blood body rates. It's a whole thing we have every we say we have everyone. We cannot do anything of it to help us to make sure our bodies working on their function. So if you'll get the cheat deficiency also you will get your deficiency also you will get your father deficiency Z.. Because it's like a Chen you know like a food chain. You know if you lose the one of then then you're gonNA affect all the others. There's so that's how returnees medicine working so if we build up your Chee. Of course you will feel your end induced good so we will be weakened said your spirit is if quite well you feel very very powerful when you do you catch any negativity from that like even. Let's say a Chinese community. Does anyone say cheese stuff you know does does anyone when just shy away from it completely and just not believe move. Yeah I think so because in Chinese ING Asia John Cartridges. Yeah not every. It's not everyone believing it you know but in some way even they don't believe in that it's it's it's part of their. Yeah it's all courage flooring into this so they have it maybe even though they don't believe even the entire wowing China's list some people never tried Chinese medicine. They they never. They always went when they get sick. They always went to the medicine. Go through doctors get some peeled so yeah this is not less I can say so. Well I I. I've done I've done. I've done acupuncture puncture with you. Actually I visited Taiwan and I was living in Taipei for a little while. And this is how I met Irene. She acupuncturist and We we did some acupuncture on me in always what I heard about acupunctures at. Oh you don't even feel the needles and Oh you don't even feel it and they all yes. I could feel the CI running through my body. Oh it was just Oh yes and to me. It always sound very relaxing. Think be honest with you. It always sounded like Oh yeah stick a bunch of needles in me. I'll just go and I'll go. Oh like this right and I think think and it just like Oh yeah these like little size kind of thing and I was very very very unpleasantly surprised how it wasn't that bad but I was. I was surprised to know that it it wasn't like it hurt. It did hurt and when I say hurt it it meant that like if you are getting a massage in someone's pressing their thumb into a not on your back right it. It feels like that. Except it's under that part you know from the surface so the needle goes in. And you're kind of twisting hosting this thing right here you're gonNA explain a little better but you twisting it and it's almost it's getting this part and it's almost like the more it hurt you like. Is it hurting. He's hurting hurting. And I'm like yes. Yes yes I do feel it. Okay sorry do van. I'm like okay. So she says you feel this and I'm like yeah you know because I think she just wanted to hurt you and I need a writer point if you who are needed a right point. When you doing the acupuncture you will feel sore? Yes you feel that instead rights being exactly exactly and that's the weird thing is that everybody. Yes that if you feel painful than I have to move away my NATO's to an end goes because when you feel painful some reason as because I need though the vessels when neither vessels that why he veal veal pen so why I always ask you feel pain or do you feel anything because I don't WanNa feel it's not not helpful. You know just mainly but I mean but but to me to me. I don't know I didn't really know the difference. What's the difference between tension Chin in pain? I mean really is it's very you know it's still very sore like actually will excise lot okay. So where is sore like cramped or seeing okay that that kind of feeling. That's a goodwin. Did you bleed right Holand. That's a good one right. Yeah Okay but then if you're saying it's like a sharp pain. Yeah shopping like a knife like a needle. It's not like you'll get shots. Like a shot needle right. I see it's me I just puncture your vessel so I have to move in the end. Yeah to make you feel more comfortable. Bill because you'll have to stand with fielding position for thirteen mandate right right so we did. We did have my body a half but I ran out of time so I did have half like all up in my temple and everything in the more that she she like she go. You feel that I'm Aghia you know but it was just like you know like a little more in kind of like this And it's kind of like how much can you take. And what was I doing. Remember I was going I was going. Oh right something like that. I think I remember Lorena. I wanted to onto. Tell everyone if anything you don't move. Yeah advice it does okay. Why don't this is angel? Listen to this this terrifying. Why don't you move? Tell me because you will broken the neatest us. That's really dangerous you to believe that. Has that ever happened. Happened allots own very long time ago so we make the rules. Nobody moves when we do need those especially. Is that terrifying. Yeah especially that's one of those four things when you move your hand or your your hands your bones twist so what do you what do you do if it breaks off at that point should. There's no Chinese medicine for that. They get cut that you you have to go to respiratory if it's really broken inside of your body. Oh my God yeah yeah do you ever just hold my patients so move will then and I was like that and you'd like you better find a comfortable position because you're GONNA you're laying there for thirty minutes you know like if if you're next like this up against the drillers I always see people laying down. Can you sit you. Can we have a lot of position can stay. You can stand India combined don sublime face-down depends on which point I need to do on you. Yes the GNARLIEST part was sorry. Go ahead just need to find a fine position make yourself comfortable. And that's I mean and that's just understood it's like it's like it is like I said it's like Neil and I say that's what I thought it was but it's different. It's like ooh right right right right totally totally. But you're like okay. Okay okay okay okay. It's in there all right. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Relax and I'm telling you what it is that's what it is. It's you're you're just like Oh shit it's not like you literally had okay. There is there. Is there in me there in me you know can you you move once. It's in no way. So what am I going to scratch my ass. You know that. That's what she's saying..
"douaou" Discussed on Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto
"Keep crypto clean back to my conversation with maria hsien so there was another way that you analyze these crypto networks which which is by something that you called active ecosystem. How do you define active ecosystem. And what trends did you find when you measured things that way. Yes yeah so active. Ecosystem is an ecosystem with at least two developers who have the full time for six months out of a year. The reason we really looked looked at it. That way was again. A lot of the developer loss or a lot of the activity within the cryptic system. <hes> come from developers is that contribute infrequently so they <hes> they contribute once a month or they or they contributes just a couple of times a month and so we wanted to hone in on ecosystems that were very active that were consistently building things and that's that's really how we came up with the active ecosystems smasher in you're looking for that because like as investors you're imagining if something has an active ecosystem that not means there will be like progress on on that chain is that kind of like what what the importance of that metric is yeah. Absolutely i mean i think in general you know this really hearkens hearkens back to why do we even care about develop. Actively overall and developers are really an early signal for where value is going to be a created a crew and so if in order for there to be network security or applications on chain developers really need to go build that <hes> a lot of people believe this so chris dixon for example talks about this all the time and that would developer stew on the weekends is why people will work on during the weekdays in ten years and so you know that's really why looking at that concentration of developers really important to us <hes> obviously though it's really important to keep in mind that this is just one signal and one part of the cohesive hall all but unfortunately i think developer <hes> data is not something that's very easily accessible and so that's really the gap we're trying to fill is is giving more people access to this data that that a lot of people care about one thing that i found interesting in your analysis of active ecosystems was that smart contract platforms apps and infrastructure were the most active but then weirdly money which to my mind is the earliest sort of like most proven the use case of blockchain technology and defy which is i guess like a related trend. There are actually quite much less active. So what do you make of that. I would separate separate money from defies so let's just talk about money. I for a lot of these chains. <hes> development has really <hes> you know calmed down to some extent smart contract platforms. You really see a lot of activity on that because a there's a lot of people working on the park cor protocol but then be a lot of people working on applications contribute to applications on chain and so that's really where you're seeing a lot of activity <hes> for money. It's really more of ages consistent amount of activities so again. Bitcoin for example has kept one hundred developers since two thousand fourteen and so that's the sort of consistency that we see with money the the drop off would really come from <hes> you know like money projects that are maybe a little lower quality where developers are leaving and maybe aggregating aggregating relate to to higher quality projects and for defy you know are finding is actually the opposite and that defy is small <music> absolute numbers right now but it's actually one of the breakout categories. You're seeing a lot of full-time developers growing in defy and a lot of developers moving into to defy and that's one of the areas that that have been very quickly increasing in the past year right right. I guess yeah the numbers for defy. <hes> are small mall simply because it's sort of new is but it did surprise me that money was low given that it's the oldest but actually when when you started your answer i just want to clarify clarify one thing you said that smart contracts and applications go together but actually in your in your analysis usually separated them so oh but oh yeah you're right but they're both among the top two okay. That's right of course yeah so overall. Would you say that there are any coins that you think are punching below their weight price-wise based on the metrics he looked at you know i think there definitely are a lot of the tokens that i've mentioned mid calf and low cap are really surprising and in the gross that they've seen in full-time developers so again again projects like minero donohoe basic attention token stellar waves maker <hes> these have seen full-time developer growth and then of of course the breakout on the breakout projects that we saw that we were really surprised by with grin which again is the largest developer develop radio system <hes> in coins under fifty million so for that network value. They really do have a lot of developers that are working very hard on it yeah. I'm not gonna lie. I'm i'm actually not surprised in the sense that and i think i said this when i did that interview there was so much about grin that reminded me of bitcoin and like kind of the obsessive civil falling in love feeling that i had when i learned about bitcoin <hes> which i had about learning about grin as well and so as a little. I don't know i it just doesn't it doesn't surprise me that like other peoples sort of gravitated toward it <hes> and then as for like you know i was going to say absolutely i mean i i in another really interesting thing in just even tracking how the times have change so greenwich thirty-three developers working on it now and it's been out six months. I mean to think of the number of years that it took bitcoin to get from developers to thirty thirty developers. It's we're obviously in a different era now very different and then so the reverse question. Are there any coins that you think are punching above their weight. Price-wise is based on the metrics. He looked at yeah. I think one of the interesting things that came out of this was <hes> you know maybe one was the loss and bitcoin cash rush <hes> again we really care about the full time developer count because these are developers that are really building <hes> core functionality and a and really making progress in on chain and if you look at bitcoin cash at least according to our analysis <hes> just in january twenty nineteen senate fell from twenty four full-time to eleven fulltime and so that that i think was was something that stood out to us <hes> and and i would say that's probably it and then in our previous developer report and in this one i think one of the other projects checks that consistently have lower developers to network value would be like wayne so <hes> you know a lot of these bitcoin forks that that came around around what we're saying is lower developer activity relative to the the network value that they wield today yeah and with bitcoin cash for sure there's been so much drama and so much of i think the value of these networks comes from community and so clearly there <hes> the community is is not a cohesive one that makes sense actually just one other one that i wanted to call out because on the reverse and we saw that maker douaou gained the most developers it was like an eighty percent increase obviously from a small base but still it was just on the chart. It's like clearly really really different from every other coin so do you wanna talk about why you think that is or what else you know your observations about maker yeah i think it's really part of we talked about defy briefly earlier in this conversation. I think it's really part of that. Trend is is that makers full-time developers grew from <hes> nine to twenty three over the last year and <hes> you know that's that's really remarkable. I think that's really part of <hes> people. Intuitively creatively have been have been aware that defy is is growing in importance and i think this is one of the metrics that that really confirmed some of the intuitions that people have had around this so overall based on your research. Do you feel like you have any projections. You can make about how you think. The cryptos face will develop going forward it. Yeah i mean one of the interesting analysis comparisons we wanted to make is is how crypto compares is to other open source ecosystems <hes> so if you look at that you know the number of assyria developers is approaching the number of triggers to paci projects and q. one twenty nineteen. That's very remarkable that being said there's still a lot of room to grow so no jaaz package manager manager users. There's four million of them right so whereas we're still in the thousands so there's definitely a lot of room to grow but i think the takeaway here that was super. Fascinating is that part time in one time developers tend to increase in bear markets <hes> whereas fulltime developer growth rate continues but just at a slightly slower rate in in bear market so what that really means is that for the full time developers <hes> the ones that are consistently building. They're very very sticky in the crypto ecosystem and so if you we did this fund production forward right to say like you know what if the next four years of developer growth looked like the last four years and we get to something like seventy thousand in march twenty twenty three <hes> obviously this is a projection into the future but i think if you just even look at the way that historically developers have stuck around despite market conditions. It's definitely very possible to look at it that way. It will something that was funny. As we brought that chart was that the way you projected out without a would actually peak at a higher number before and then trump a little bit before we get go to seventy case so it was like you're projecting some future bubble and then kind of resettling avenue at a new level editor at a new plateau or something but but as we know that's kind of how it goes and crypto we tried to we tried to incorporate a little bit of volatility yeah getting super realistic <hes> <hes> well. It's a fabulous report so good job thank you. I really appreciate that yeah and thanks for coming on unconfirmed. Of course this has been a great conversation. Thank you so much thoughtful questions..
"douaou" Discussed on WJR 760
"In for Frank guy. Gordon. And welcome back to bucks. Run here in Mount Pleasant Michigan. And this area, the Great Lakes, bay area if you're looking to plan your summer vacation getaways, or maybe weekend, one taint trips up from Detroit or within the region and having fun. You gotta consider Great Lakes bay there, so many great events, coming up, and we want to just highlight a few of them with amber Bailey, who is the social media manager for go. Great lakes. Go great. The you do it dot com. Go, great big so much amber, welcome to the show. Thank you, happy to be here. We have a few large sport tournaments coming up this summer. One of them that's coming up at the end of the month, June twentieth through the twenty six is the two thousand nineteen US youth soccer midwest, regional championship, which will be held again at the segment township soccer complex. It was last here in two thousand twelve there will be two hundred and twenty four teams from fourteen states and up to five thousand players that will be in the region kind of like getting an NCWA regional huge huge as for the region. And we are also excited and working very hard for it. Well, how fun I mean to, to have that many kids coming up to the area, and it's a, it's a great family event. We'll have a booth set up with all of the things to do and see in the region for parents to go and explore. So we're really happy to showcase all of our. Our cities here. If I'm lucky enough to have a child, that's playing in an event. What am I going to do other than playing golf? When, when my child's not playing soccer, well, you can go to Frankenmuth. Bay city Bertrand shopping actually the oh sorry that's. We'll get we'll get to that in a moment. I'm getting confused with Al PGA because that's another thing coming up. I was going to say we have tall ships coming up July eighteenth through the twenty first home in your coming in. Because that is such a majestic thing to see. I don't know the exact number. Okay. 'cause it's I mean they sail do. They sail right into the bay there and yeah, they'll lineup rate on the second aisle river so you can go right down to the river, walk and base city and tour the boats. So it's very phenomenal. Rape actually board. The boat. Yeah. Oh on me. It's worth standing in line for we had one come through little traverse bay that I think was at the event a couple of years ago. And that's I mean that's kind of sailing in a merits. I'm using them. Basically, you see these tall ships come through. And so it's a great thing to do with the family. And if you can't come and twenty nineteen hundred we'll be here next in twenty twenty three. Now, you also have I don't know, why this isn't a bigger spectator sport because it should be that if you love basketball the Gus MAC or tournament is the coolest thing because it's three on three. It's like it's like they took white men can't jump. They put a reindeer tournament form for everybody to enjoy. And you've got some the I mean, I remember going to when down and building when it was just in its infancy and some of the best college players in the state showed up for that. And there was some serious back talk. And I mean it was just fun. It is fun. You don't have to even like you said, be a fan of basketball to really watch it or. A basketball player it's coming to downtown Milan. August seventeenth and eighteenth. And there will be a goal of four hundred teams. So it's another huge tournament downtown Midland. It's going to be packed with people, and there's an arcane might going on. So it's not just basketball in how does that something? Is that a ticketed event, or I think I mean, in the old days you just showed up in, you picked which court you wanted to watch do I have to go through, and I suppose I can go online, and just punching gusts macaroni and see what pops up I believe you can just go and watch in the streets. I don't believe there's a mission to that. And the other big one that we got to talk about is the Dow Great Lakes, bay invitational, that's going to becoming a Midland and bringing in in so important because for the first time this is a team LPGA event something they never done on a tour before. And it's history. Yeah, exactly. It is awesome. And we're so happy to have that at the Midland country club, July fifteen through the twentieth which will overlap. Little bit with tall ships. So if you come to one, you can just drive to base city, and, you know, go back and forth and see both of those it's going to be a huge week here. And we want to remind you the tickets for that Douaou. G L B. So it's Great Lakes, invitational. Dow G L B dot com for tickets. And they've also got everything on the website to about accommodations there in Midland. And in the meantime, here at bucks run. The, the lady editors are going to be competing to have the opportunity to play in that big event. And we've got some great college players. I'm gonna be coming in for that as well. Very exciting. Everyone's doing a great job. It's not just going to be off the whole city is going to, you know, there's going to be food entertainment, family fund, so you don't have to be, you know, a golf fan to even come out to PGA there's going to be a whole lot more. Bring the Gulf fan, but then you can go, you can go off and do other things and more importantly, see the tall ships, which are a great opportunity for thanks so much have a wonderful summer. So it can be kinda busy. Oh, yeah. It's a good thing, though, to have this going on you're doing social media. How do I how do we stay in contact with what's happening in the Great Lakes? Follow us at go. Great Lakes, pay Twitter Instagram, Facebook, okay, Great Lakes. Great lakes. Oh, Great Lakes. We will do that. It's eleven twelve and NewsTalk seven sixty. We're back with more in a moment, play Michigan lotteries fast cash with instant wins and progressive jackpots. There are ten games like bowling bucks to whole lot of hundreds w wild time progressive and jumbo jackpot.
"douaou" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Is four hundred twenty one dollars per sure that gives it about forty percent upside potential over a five year period of time with downside risks to that. I personally like eighty percent or more upside potential so on the value front. Lockheed falls short for me. Lockheed is currently ranked at number seven hundred eighty one out of five thousand and eighty six in my best stocks now app dot com. And so it just doesn't quite I kind of focus on that. You got a crack kind of the top four hundred maybe three hundred somewhere in there, depending on the strength of the market and at seven hundred and eighty one of our own Lockheed. I certainly wouldn't sell it. But I don't see it as an attractive by right now. Having said that now we're to do today. Okay. In beating earnings estimates. And I'll give you an update as to where we are on this quarter. When we started the quarter we were looking for negative versus the same quarter last year, which was a very exuberant quarter. It was exuberant ear ago because it included the tax cuts. Well, this quarter is the comparison to that quarter. We started off we were looking for a four percent drop in earnings year-over-year. Now, we're up to a three percent drop in earnings as earnings continue to come in better than expected. I think it's fair to say that the sun is still shining on Wall Street at signing here today in Mount Pleasant. It's quite pleasant. In fact, and the sun continues to shine on Wall Street. Why earnings earnings earnings? Okay. Here's another one. Now. This is a Douaou Jones industrial component another non growth company, not a nonprofit not yet. It's not a nonprofit. They do make a lot of money. The problem is the money that Coca Cola has been making over the last ten years has been flat. You know, how you leave a diet coke out overnight without the lid. How is it in the morning? It's flat. No more bubbles. That's what I would say about the stock Coca Cola. Now, we are heard in Atlanta every day. I know look, I'm from San Diego and I- bad mouth. Qualcomm all the time. Coca Cola has been a flat growth story for the last ten years. In fact, look at the last five years of Coca Cola now, that's no knock on the product or the company where else Coca Cola would have to do something different radically different than acquisition come out with salty snacks like Pepsi does with their frito lay product but Coca-Cola over the last five years symbol KO. No that earnings have not been a knockout KO their earnings have been going down by one percent per year. They're losing earnings their dividend yield. I know three point three percent. Why don't you just buy it for the dividend yield? I don't flat sales, and I don't like the flat earnings this most recent quarter, they beat by two cents. Okay. They made forty eight cents per share this quarter. That was just reported that compares with the same quarter last year of forty seven cents per share. So they squeezed another any. To the bottom line of their profit earnings up two percent as far as sales go. Their sales actually were up five percent year over year. That's the best quarter. They've had in quite some time. The stock right now is up one point seven percent. Go cola, which is a member of the Dow, okay, we got one other member of the Dow here trying to get to some best stocks now here, but you know, what you gotta pick through a lot of rocks to get to the gold nuggets. You got sift through the rock. Proctor and gamble and other one two percent earnings growth over the last five years. Now, these are blue chip stocks. I know they're big giant names two hundred sixty billion dollars worth of market gap. Proctor and gamble headquartered in Cincinnati. They're doing about as good as the reds these days there earnings growth two percent per year over the last five years two percent per year. They do pay good dividend yield of two point nine percent. Proctor and gamble in the best stocks now app is currently ranked number nine hundred sixty seven out of five thousand and eighty six once again, it has a value grade of F, it doesn't have the upside potential had a good twelve month run here at that has taken a lot of value out of the stock. Proctor and gamble. P? G down two percent today on better than expected earnings. But again, a non grow stock. Well, we got some good ones when we come back. I promise. All right. This is.
"douaou" Discussed on Epicenter
"Exactly give us staff is the proof of work from the physical realm to the digital round to the blockchain space, so with our transparent traceable donations that gives a lot of accountability to what's happening in the real world. That's missing in the current charity space. This can provide the proof of. Work for actual contributions to community led project. Whether it's a protecting care of spring or even taking care of orphans or anything else in the physical room. Now, I think it's a stretch to start making a people doing altruistic work like social impact work just start off with this kind of crazy blockchain proof of work stuff. I think it will probably end up starting off more with like open source projects, and maybe even things in the crypto world that make a little that were the people who are doing the good work. And even though it's not valued by the economic models. We have today they can understand the system a little bit better. But eventually wants the system gets fine tuned. We can move it into the real altruistic proof of work that everyone can give it is really excited about. Is there a DEA that this Douaou in the trash comments? Dow it basically actors an oracle service to say, oh, look this guy has been doing a really good job. At like, you know, he's been going out to the beaches every weekend he has just like help him. And so they're all like mint coins for him is kind of what the goal here is. Yeah, it's a little it's a little more complex than that. But effectively. Yes, it's just like dash dash has this proposal framework where people say, hey, I wanna take care of the dash dash system. I have this idea. I wanna make YouTube videos. I wanna do this..
"douaou" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"And so I'm sort of shied about absolutely laying on you. Because it's also in some sense. The most demanding part of my rap intellectually I mean, you just have to pay attention and be smart to start with for this too. I didn't make sense in the time. We have available nevertheless, I'll give it a quarrel. The notion is generally this that there is a quality in the world that has previously been left unnoticed and undescribed especially by science sciences interested in spin velocity momentum charge so forth, but a fundamental aspect of reality. Has been ignored. And I call this fundamental aspect novelty after Alfred north Whitehead's of metaphysics as set forth in process and reality novelty, another way of thinking of it is density of connectedness, and what is being said by this idea is that density of connectedness or novelty comes and goes in all situations. It an ADB and flow of probability. If you want to think of it that way. In other words, that time is not simply a dimension of pure duration as Newton thought. But the time is actually a top logical manifold over which events meander as they find. Their way to lower energy gradients sore more novel states of organization and this fairly abstract idea. I have been able to construe into a formal notion. Formal notion means mathematically formal that if if anything what this idea suffers from is being not too abstruse, but two concrete, and it is the notion that density of connectedness novelty is something which the universe over long periods of time conserves, but that over short periods of time, it appears to be in a state of flux, so that there is more and more of it as you approach the present moment in time in the life of the universe. That wasn't very. Much novelty immediately after the big bang. That was only cosmic key the chemistry of pure plasmas than with cooling more organization further cooling more organization. I mentioned this this the first night, but I didn't explicitly connected to this idea while this is a mathematical idea it emerges out of the chain. Which might seem an unlikely place to seek for a data field from which to launch a empirical description of nature, but I submit that it isn't. Because what the ching properly understood represents is a kind of understanding of time based on the evolution of cultural worldview within a completely different linguistic. Dick van than our own an understanding of time the subtle nece and sophistication of which exceeds our own. Exceeds our own what the basic idea of the chain is will first of all let me review for anybody. Who isn't in doesn't have him hand, the fundamentals the changes China system of defamation of great age. It uses sixty four ideograms which are called hexagrams, and they are composed of six levels broken or unbroken lines the sum total of this set of six levels, broken unbroken, sixty four the sixty four ideograms are felt to be symbolic of states of change. And then there are various ways of consulting this as an oracle and a lot of Chinese philosophical speculation has gone into it and so forth. And so on my idea was that the each ING is a piece of broken machinery that even as we inherited at the earliest strata. Of commentary, which is the early on dynasty that it is a broken piece of machinery, the simple coin tossing oracle or gyro stock oracle that has been used throughout the historical life of China is a late and syncretic adaptation to the each what it was before the Han dynasty. I believe was a kind of perfected philosophical mathematical system for understanding time understanding the app and flow of this quality, which we're calling awful TV will you may recall. There is this notion in eastern thought of Dow Dow is the ebb and flow of some kind of informing spirit, which makes things happen or holds them back. According to the mystique. Inner workings of its laws. So in a way what this is. This is an effort to mathematically modelled Dow to take the statements about Douaou contained in for example, the doubt they chain and to take them as mathematical axioms, and then see what kind of a.
"douaou" Discussed on The Daily
"Test out our latest weapons on them. Justice. Germans tested out new medicine in new tortures in the concentration camps of your. And they decide to go after the use of napalm by US armed forces. And the way that they do that is by going after doubt chemical. This is Monday afternoon, November twentieth on the San Jose State college campus. What's you're watching the result of a demonstration that began about an hour ago. They stage demonstrations outside the company's headquarters, and they go to dozens of colleges where Dow was recruiting students to come work for them against the war and the students for democratic society at marched in front of the administration building to protest recruitment on this campus by DOW Chemical company employees, and they protest the recruiting sessions. They have signs like Dowd deforms, children Dowd deals death. With. My favorite story from this period. Is that the Dow recruiters the people that would go to campus to talk to the students. They would get locked up in classroom sort of get like held hostage by the activists. And at one point one of the recruiters serve got so used to this that he started bringing a sandwich in his briefcase. So that if the inevitable happened he got locked in a room with a bunch of angry protesters. He was the day. He would at least have lunch so this ounce like a complete corporate nightmare that your company is so associated with war and with death and not with the household product that you may Saran wrap right and Douaou was particularly offended by this because napalm was very small part of its business accounted. I think for a half of one percent of its annual sales, and yet it had sort of come to take over its corporate identity. So there was some internal discussion there were some debates within the company and at the board level about what? Due whether to sort of stop manufacturing napalm, and there were lots of reasons for that mean there were customer boycotts. They did take a financial hit and had to do a lot of counter their corporate be tation as a warmonger, but what they really worried about was recruiting they worried that on these visits to college campuses. They weren't going to get the best people. They weren't going to get the scientists and the engineers who would help them in the years ahead. And as a result, they would have long term costs not just financial. But also in terms of what they were missing out on the future employees with moral objections to napalm who doesn't come work at DOW Chemical and make the next blockbuster product, right? But ultimately, they decided to kinda stand their ground. They said, you know, we have a duty to produce napalm for the US government. It's our patriotic obligation, and we can withstand the controversy. Dow Chemical feels like such an extreme case. And it feels quite different from what's going on with these tech companies today. Yeah. Sali's are not totally comparable. I mean, the Vietnam war at this point was extremely unpopular. You had these horrific images coming back. There's no good use for napalm. Right. There's no like pro social healthy use for napalm. It's a weapon, whereas a lot of these technologies a facial recognition image recognition, augmented reality. These can all be used for very productive and healthy things. And it's only when you put them into a certain context that they can be used for harm. And that would seem to be the case for most tech companies. Right. They are developing products not explicitly for the military. They just happened to be used that way. Exactly. Artificial intelligence drones warfare and Google it's a mixture that caused an uproar inside the tech Jain where the early motto was don't be evil. There was a big controversy. Google last year about this military contract known as project maiden Google is developing artificial intelligence to analyze drone video data. And this was a defense department program that basically used a I and sort of image recognition technology to interpret video images. So the same kind of AI that Google would use in Google photos or in itself driving car unit to sort of recognize images out on the road. It would apparently be used as part of a drone program could be used to for example, improve the targeting of drone strikes to make drone strikes..
"douaou" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"One is it's very helpful to us. So we have a great board and group of supporters. I should start with that. So our board is made up of leaders of some of the most well respected companies like Unilever or Douaou asset owners like CPI be or GIC or asset managers people black rock and many others. So one is by having a group of well respected people sort of support this, get the message out another is by having that influence more broadly. So the business roundtable published some things about quarterly guidance earlier this year, just a few months ago. That was very helpful. We obviously have a lot of overlap with the business roundtable, so having organizations like that and then on that one, in particular, the national investor relations institute, which is sort of the group that covers investor relations. People has also changed their policy on quarterly guidance. Of course, they made their own decisions, but our work went into that. That is how we get that message out and we're all about change, right? We're trying to move the dial on capitol. We. We're not a think tank Mark Wiseman licencee where do tank not a think tank. So we don't. We're not interested in having research that sits on a shelf were interested in moving capital. And so how do we do that part of that is by having big backers and so I'm in visiting a, we dropped quarterly guidance. We're just going to give annual guidance every quarter. Yes, that's cheating. But. Says, updated every quarter is quarterly, guided. There is some of that, but it's it's not about giving less information. It's really about changing to the information that is important. So what do investors care about what they care about is, where is the company going over the long run? What is it strategy or to use Larry's words, what is its purpose? I in what's it strategy, and then we really what are the indicators of whether it's making progress or not the in every business, there's some indicator. Is it patents that have been received? Or is it number of customers through the door? Whatever it is. There are real indicators that the management team, of course watches that are leading indicators. And then how does that translate into the actual financials? The EP s on a quarterly basis is very much a trailing number. It is a outcome with really matters for investors is what's going to happen next..
"douaou" Discussed on All About Android
"Casts you from people you trust. Bandwidth for all about Android is provided by cachefly at c. a c. h. e. f. l. y. dot com. This up sort of all that Android is brought to you by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Home plays a big role in your life, and that's why quickenloans created rocket mortgage. Lets you ply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully. So you can be confident that you're getting the right mortgage for you get started at rocket mortgage dot com. Slash Android 'em by legalzoom accomplish the things you need to get done and save ten percent with legalzoom's friends and family discount visit legalzoom dot com, and enter a at checkout. Welcome to all about Android episode, three hundred and seventy three reported on Tuesday, June twelve twenty eighteen where we source the latest news hardware and apps for the Android faithful Jason, how and I'm Ron Richards and I've Florence ion. Hello? Everybody once again, friends up a new friend today, don't we? We do actually. I'm super excited to welcome to the show when to Douaou who actually like been following online and I know you following when as well who is an Android developer on at trello, but also the other half of Andhra dialogues on UC. How's it going. As going. Great. I'm really happy to be here been a longtime fans. This is exciting for me. Oh, right on. Yeah. You mentioned in in in the the first Email when we finally kinda connected that you had followed buzz out loud way back win. But I think kind of bored skewer the Android show that I did it seen it which couldn't wasn't around for very long, but that was kind of in the. Back then there was a lot of Android media has just like it was still kind of tough to be an Android person back. Then I feel like you know, all the all that hate and hate strong, but it just wasn't. You know, there's just we were the few and the proud back then I was really, really happy to seal the content you were doing good. Android atlas. Weekly was the name of that show on the record. I, I am. I am also an original buzz out loud listener. Just for the record. It's true. No. I mean, I, I mean, Jason was eventually you, but Tom and Molly in two thousand five got me starting to podcasting, that was good. Got me into it. So it was an honor to work with a lean and then with you. But I also listen to CNN Android show because I was into early early on. That's so funny. That seems like so long ago at this point is I mean, it kinda was actually getting Android, really? It was. It was. But you know, when we're just super thrilled to get you on, tell us a little bit about kind of your your time at at Trillo because we've definitely talked about trawl on the show a number of times. Absolutely. What you do at trial, an enter development, trello. And I think of coming up my third year in September. But yeah, I'm just part of the team of me see their five. There's five of us now, but yeah, just organ on that trello, androids clients. But yeah, really excited and we do in case anyone is curious. We do use trello at trello. Okay, cool. Do here's the follow question. Do you get asked a lot that ask that a lot? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Totally thing to say is that one time I was working on a bug and the car that the bug was on. I tested the bug on that card that the bug was on. I don't know like super, super, super dog footing or something, but it was like most Protestants like this is so awesome. I'm testing the bug on the car that describing the bug do use trello a lot. When you're when you're creating, you know, when you when you're responsible for a system that's all about managing projects and everything like that. If you are a company that does that and you aren't using your own project or product, you're probably doing it wrong. I have to like, you know what I mean? Like you would be in the right the best position possible to know whether it's affective and whether it works in those scenarios. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, that's kind of partly why we encourage like we try to use it. I mean, like we were, we got. Atlassian like last year. And so this this is the follow up question is always like, oh, you can start using Jerry now. But I mean, part of part of working on cello is is using trello. So. I should also mention it lasts in sponsor and the twit network, but this, you know, we kind of connected outside of that and it's really great. Yeah. Cool. We got a lot to talk about. Actually. It's very in some ways is very hardware heavy. Apparently it's that time of year, but we've got other things to discuss. We're gonna talk about the latest Android developer preview that came out. Of course, the day after last week show more pixel XL rumors which this is really interesting. We kinda got the real deal. It seems like folksy, right? That's what it is. Chief. We're gonna take. I look at that you got that in house kind of a tracker. Yeah. There's going to be some interesting results. We'll get to it. All right. There's a new essential mod, blackberry key to motos e three play l. g. q. stylus. Apparently there's a soccer app, not the one that you brought to the arena Iran, that is spy users. The bullet? Yeah, Dodgeville. We have to say that though because there have been a couple of apps we brought in. Include it. I've brought a couple of apps there were more than questionable three hundred seventy three episodes arena usually has three to four apps in it. Do. I will say that given the examples that we've had of situations of apps doing sketchy things I do now when I'm evaluating apps, I go and find a developer, find their website. Try to look at the comments to make sure that it's all on the up and up. Make sure there aren't any big news article threads that oppose the last three months that you just completely bypassed missed altogether. It happens to deal with a lot of apps here before we get into the news though pre show, we were talking about how Android p is really kind of on the near horizon. It's not very far away and we'll talk about how much closer we are to it in in a few minutes, but we haven't really done any sort of rumination on the show as to what what the desert that could possibly be. Or if maybe we have be really surprised if we haven't actually at this point, but I don't think that we have given that. I think we we threw aims out. Given that we're on developer preview three. I feel like we need to cement some predictions in in on up on the whiteboard so that when does get named, we can see who wins. So we've got to commit to our decision. I think you need to commit. I think we need tonight. That's my plan. Well, okay. Okay. I will. Well, there's the obvious ones, right? Like I feel like we keep hearing pie. Is a is a big one, and that makes a lot of sense. Like I totally see the the pie shaped like an angler ship your or something. So the question the question is there's so many varieties of pie. Will they get specific? We'll be like a pecan pie. That would be better alliteration. Yeah, that's catchy. Or do they go the brand go pop rocks or pop tarts. Wow. I didn't even think of that or poxy or poppy hockey hockey or so. Last night I went to a restaurant and they had they had a criminal a with poppycock, which I was like that, but it's basically caramel popcorn. It's a brand of Karla popcorn. Branding mistake? Yeah, don't be weird, but I will say Kremlin with poppycock was delicious anyways. Do they go with like a beloved, like Kleenex brand, our name, something like a pup cicle. Oh, popsicle like totally see that that wait a popsicle is totally already the Android guy, right? Like if it's the is with the legs down at the bottom, then you just have to throw some scream sandwich. Similar to that. That's probably why pretty lean that sounds kind of sophisticated praline or is that going to be too obscure like nougat. I would love that you're would also love pizza. Wait a minute. Are you is now, are we into entrees, or is that a. Cookie, dessert dessert. And also pure. It's I want to say like the little round cookie. The chocolate inside those if wanna go Italian, go Mediterranean. I have to put in prof. I can't even pronounce, but federal federal? Yes. Oh, good. Look at pictures of that right now. That's going to be hard for people to pronounce. Fiddles would be hard for some some of the people out there to pronounce, but then so was nougat new gal, whatever you wanna call. I'm ready to make my pick. Okay, locked. Mine in go, I I'm gonna, say Parfait or. That'd be acute, Android character. Okay. All right. All right flow. What do you think. I mean, I know this is this is lame but not lame or whatever, but pecan pie. I mean, Oreo was the early ob- like I feel like there were a lot of people banding about Oreo cookie and myself did shooting it down going. They wouldn't do the branded things emphasized. They'd never confirm it way ahead of time and look what happened. Exactly. So orios weekly last. One quarter Oreo at this point after this whole experience. What they're gonna do. Nobody would have thought nougat coming. Yeah, that's true. I wish I wish nougat Nuba had not happened. It was not very fun to eat, but anyways, when what do you think I really liked pecan pie because he literally, I think it's got a nice ring to it, but I wanna go with professor all just just just got a nice like rhythm to it, like it doesn't want to delegates. I just wanna hear everybody trying to stumble over like me. I
"douaou" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"It was i spent twenty five dollars on a disc copy of paragon issue though you have that never minute plastic bottles right route let's get any time that you want anytime i want to look at it open it up and play play it it uh it's therefore me um fortnight swallow audiofina that's the pivot aren't there were the just past week 45 million players or so i don't know what that means a little as active players were like people who have ever log into the game lifetime or what i'd visit month tim is it douaou is it now what i point to want to know yeah people will now all he on this people were willing a lot of that fortnight battle royale booed while it seems would you think's gonna happen if you t i think he utd last hijacked had not been updated since june mmhmm and i guess they that when they could probably just sort of quietly teferra trip this while that nothing was launched with the idea of like hey were fanned development the download the unreal engine and make some shit like it's too they've take money for the there were items you could buy okay like i get this half but they they were kind of it was they rolling that stuff almost out is like a test in the idea was that players would be able to make shit and sell it on a unified store so mod's could be paid and the makers of his mas would get money in theory and i don't know if they ever fully executed on that stuff beyond like a couple of tests cosmetic certain or something um i needed did or where it stands if they're looking at lop breakers and quick champions and stuff like that like yeah i i think.
"douaou" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry & Lindsie Chrisley
"Kills in the whole drumsticks and i mean the flats no so i go in to the mcdonald's and i just leisurely like walk over to the little drink machine and i dumbbell the drink that they gave me i didn't was anything to them a dump out the drink that they gave me and go to refill my thing some psycho man that was like drug douaou came over to thing as hard telling me that he was going to call police on me and stuff and i would like you still the soda 'cause i was like ceiling this settlement i wasn't ceiling said i just went through the drive through and they gave him the wrong thing so i went in and just try to not create a problem for them and just fixed my own drink excellent go kaitlan edged the donors trade gap at arlington died like i was going to do something while he wasn't because cameras are everywhere in mcdonald's and then the girl behind the counter at mcdonald's she was fiercely watching us and she was watching the whole altercation by she didn't or fear and i don't think she was going to call the police and i was just like oh my autumn probably in a diet like a diet coke tonight and i don't understand what's going on so it's my mcdonald's sorry okay well maybe just go back through drive through next i will never looked all emmer gatt of your car game nine ever gonna be location never getting out like i wall is with the drive through to steal if i ever need a drink from adults like always to say i think you must so as not only a problem if they messed up yeah i i'll drink it i don't care a ticket to shrink it's one we are going to take a break i wanted to give you all a suggestion for christmas that i think you all will love because i do birch boxes cool because you've got a bunch of different sample and break.
"douaou" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Let's do the numbers the footsie in london is up about one tenthpercent the dax in germany up about one ten percent as well douaou s p and nasdaq futures are up in the one tenth percent range with the dow future up eighteen points the yield on the 10year treasury is up to two point two nine percent the chinese internet giant alibaba is taking a big step to compete on a global scale the company plans to more than double its spending on research and development to fifteen billion dollars over the next three years and says it plans to open labs in seven cities around the world including russia in singapore and in the us marketplace's reema khrais has more beck in 1999 alibaba was the police to buy and sell things online in china today it does everything from mobile payments to cloud computing and now it's setting its eyes on things like machine learning the smoothie more incurred the internet a thing and above all artificial intelligence that's rj harvey an analyst with morningstar he says alibaba wants to snatch up a hundred of the best developers around the world to fill its new research centres to swap them keep up with amazon google microsoft alibaba has lagged behind those big rivals when it comes to rd spending gil loria director of research at da davidson says the from the start the internet giant it just got china's commerce culture better than anyone else mel they're going to have to deal with the opposite will they be able to succeed with western ideals and consumerism the company seems to think so it hopes to have two billion customers ak more than a fourth of the world's population.
"douaou" Discussed on The Anthill
"In my teaching they show i have discovered that people feel uncomfortable admitting won't clash they think they are in public i have sometimes wished that i was asking them about something they'd be happier to own up to like having an std or have been murdered someone or watching macy's brains boys flynn obviously it depends wherever i perform it the baby say once he to perform the show haven newcastle because they said it's closer to my natural habitat sometimes you will get middle class people in the audience who don't want to speak cope when i ask things because they think that prowled working class people will look down on them sometimes you get working class people in the audience who don't want to speak up because they think the proud middle class people will look down on them sometimes it's a relief if you get an mp in who i free woonchan proudly look douaou as part of her phd she's written another stand up show called lots of planets have a north which is a line from the tv show dr who the show is a form of what's called auto ethnography at the forms of her own life but don't worry she hasn't left the comedy out of her written thesis either in order to use human task within her own phd thesis every now and then another voice will pop up within the tax in italics every now and then it'll just perhaps point out that tempe being pretentious all recall disagree with may it has become almost didn't deserve ice and they also it will pop what with jokes as well.
"douaou" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin
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"douaou" Discussed on Reality Check
"Well and then amro how does your face look like a power ranger miss i'm not even gonna even go there about hand because you know two wrongs don't make a right i'm not gonna say here break this man's physical attributes douaou redo to tony time woman amro's came over to say shake my head this really makes me so said being a yellow bone mix lightskinned woman annoy unfortunately that modeling jobs boys in opportunities cames me easier but did not realize that until i got older growing up in philly i went to an all black school i was the white girl the one that the boys didn't like the girl that wasn't as cool as the brown skin girls black was the thing to be but for me my mom was my only black parent my dad was as white as snow and i came out justice light is him i would lay out in the sun and try to get as dark as i could i would look at all the beautiful darkskinned girls in my class and wish that i could wear bright coloured shirts like they did but it never quite looked as good on my complexion but the brown skin grows would pick on me pull my hair and want me to fight for no reason why though i loved them i wanted to be them little did i know at such a young age society was teaching them to hate me society was telling these girls that they weren't as beautiful as me because of their complexion they were too strong and two outspoken it was okay for men to have sex with them behind closed doors but not okay for them to have them on their arm as if lightskinned girls were some type of trophy for a man it was the social status.