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Complexity Is The Enemy of Revenue: Why Its Time to Shave The Marketing Dog
"Another mindset that i like is to ask yourself rigorous ruthlessly with every execution. Does this whatever this is this ad. This press release this webinar this this new product. Whatever this is does this materially multiply our chances of achieving the outcome we want does this component of our plan our execution materially multiply our chances of achieving the outcome. We want from this marketing activity. And if it doesn't shave doggy down. Why are we doing it now. I also know that Marketing gets pushed around a lot. We're one of the functions in a business that gets more help than most others because everybody thinks they're a fucking marketing expert and so of course. The ceo has an opinion and the head of sales as it opinion often. The head of arnie or engineering or product has an opinion The cfo sometimes as everybody has an opinion. And sometimes we end up Marketing can end up feeling like a service bureau doing shit to make people happy. Be very careful about this. On one hand keeping some folks happy might not be a dumb thing on the other hand. This is a slippery slope. Most marketers are doing too much shave. The dog shave that dougie down practice getting everything out. Consider getting even more radical one of my friends and mentors a legend in silicon valley named rick bennett He was the one of the original ad guys ad. Copy guys for. Larry ellison as well for Mark bank and many others. He is known in silicon valley as the marketing assassin that entrepreneurs and marketers turn to when they wanna make a legendary outcome happen and he is a very interesting perspective. And i'm paraphrasing him. he's been on. Follow your different. And i'm hoping to have him back on lock on marketing soon. But he's a very interesting perspective he says. I want to treat my clients dollars like their their last dollars. And they're hiring me to run an ad. Can i create one ad. That makes this business. Go with one ad. Could it be the tipping point for success for the company. And you may argue. That isn't possible. maybe it is. Maybe it isn't. I think rick would argue. It is but what i do know is. It's a great mindset. Imagine we were going to do one thing and one thing only and the entire future success of the company hinged on that one thing if that was true. Here's what i know we as marketers. We would focus fucking hard on making that one thing legendary and so adopt this mindset. You probably can't make forty th forty-seven legendary but you could make one. Maybe two maybe three maybe five or six but be ruthless I'd also encourage you for inspiration. There's a company that i have A fallen in love with lately called thousand helmets and their pioneering. A new category of fashionable functional about obviously a highly capable helmets. Eh focused more on the mobility. The new emerging mobility market and less on the traditional biking market. Anyway check out a thousand helmets website. It's tight super tight. You could tell they shaved that dougie down. It's simple powerful clear compelling and differentiated. This is what we're looking for. Simple powerful and different is hard often as marketers. Not only do we do too much. We say too much that is to say we agree to too much internally from our people from other folks etc and i would occur. You remember every yes comes with a massive time energy creativity and financial cost. Everything we agree to do comes at a focus cost. That is to say we're moving focus from one area to another practice saying no practice saying no shave the dog get it down. Simple tight shave that complexity is the enemy of revenue and on our next episode. We're going to dig into a marketing execution. Called the multiplier effect. How we take the small number of things we're gonna do and use each one of them. Multiply the value of the next
Dougie Hamilton Scores Game 2 Winner vs. Former Bruins Teammates
"Star Dougie Hamilton wouldn't have been able to play in the playoffs because of an injury had postseason happened when it usually does. But with the Corona virus, pushing the NHL calendar a few months, Hamilton had time to get healthy and he scored the winning goal against his old team in Game two of the playoffs. Beast fell 3 to 2. The Hurricanes to even the series Game three tomorrow. Hopefully, an injured David Posture knock will return to the lineup. Celtics and
Hamilton’s late goal helps Hurricanes get even with Bruins
"Dating back to last year's East final. David Krejci and Brad Marchand scored for Boston Bruins star David Pasta Doc was deemed unfit to play. Dougie Hamilton's late goal lead the Hurricanes to a 32 game to win over the Bruins. The former Bruin Hamilton scored high glove side on a one timer from the right circle to break it to Altai with 11 30 to play personal. It's my grandma's birthday today, so Think that one is for her so that obviously it's always great to score against your team. In the playoffs, and their period lets those Tae Bo terrifying and Andre sweats. Nick off also had goals as Carolina snapped a five game playoff skin against Boston dating back to last year's East final. David Krejci and Brad Marchand scored for Boston Bruins star David Pasta Doc was deemed unfit to play. I'm Gethin Coolbaugh. Dougie Hamilton's late goal, lead the Hurricanes to a 32 game to win over the Bruins
Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith
"Cousins just center rose and Melissa Smith had been inseparable since childhood the two goals but just one year apart in age and grew up close to one another in the small town of book located in Central Northern New South Wales. Just Cinta who was the younger of the two was better known by her nickname of Cindy. Shea was born on October twenty, three, nineteen, seventy two and was the youngest of seven children with four brothers and two sisters. Cindy lived with her mother Yona don't Smith and her siblings in a house on the east side of town. She was often looked after her brother Loyd who was seven years her senior. Mona Lisa's family resided on an aboriginal reserve. Now, the L. Said Woods village, which was like I did about two and a half kilometers west of Burke. Known by locals as the reserve the yellow said Woods village consisted of twenty cottages which were run down and overcrowded. It was entirely populated by indigenous Australians from two families, the Edwards and the smiths. Siblings cousins, and other extended family members lived side by side and the close community provided a sense of safety and belonging to its residence. Nine. Lisa was born on November twenty, nine, Nineteen seventy-one to parents June Smith, and dougie shillings worth. On the nausea was born have father had walked to Burke Hospital to visit June and their newborn singing. Nat King. Cole's Song of Mine Ole saw the entire. This led the couple to name their baby goal after the famous song. They also had another daughter Fiona and four sons. Dougie held big dreams for all of these children hoping that they would have good jobs and delayed successful lives. The close knit family spent their evenings together, dancing and singing. But when Mona Lisa was just six years awed Dougy Center, a heart attack and Pasta way. Cindy and Moaner attended primary school together before enrolling at the same high. School. They were both happy go lucky popula conned and dwell locked. Cindy was the nurturing top taking on babysitting Judy's and caring for her younger cousins when needed. Minor roles. So babysat her cousins and was sporty playing regularly Internet Bolton. When Cindy was in her early teens she left high school and Moan followed suit at the end of nineteen ninety seven when she was sixteen years old. Cindy. who was now fifth Dane often travelled the short distance to the reserve to spend time with no nine her family. The two goals occasionally got up to mischief together, but they will well behaved and widely regarded as good kids. Because there wasn't a lot to do in Burke, which was a remote ap Bac town, they would spend their time hanging out with friends visiting pox and swimming and fishing at the nearby darling. River. On Saturday December five, nine, hundred, ninety, seven, Cindy. Dimona spent the day together and accompanied one of their aunties to a nearby park. By the time evening fell. The two of them had decided to go into town. Burke was a small town with a population of just three, thousand, four, hundred paypal. It was originally home to the Nimba people, but when Watt settlers arrived in the area during the mid eighteen hundreds as traditional landholders would dispossessed. Lock old indigenous people across. Australia. The Nimba paypal battled loss of land and culture were hit hod by European disease and experienced conflict with colonists. By the late nineteen, th century, their population had dwindled. While some continued to live a traditional lifestyle in the region surrounding book others found employment on nearby. CADDO stations.
$9,000 Bitcoin Cleared, Here Is The Plan
"On a really good mood goes on a really really good night. Why am I in really good mood? I hear you US health. Thanks for asking Good trying to say now I put a great trade out on tasers natural following me either on twitter facebook. Let's Craig called on Facebook by the way and you would have seen that video video out showing you how to use. Fta to raise a breakout. I also got video full. The breakout occurred that bracket went on to be profitable. Well done to anyone who took it now. I know the strategies Madonna. Expect you to take it because the last thing I will never want anyone to ever do is to follow someone blindly. That's why he tried to call. We have focused on making you the best trader. You can be hit empower you to make your own decisions so that you don't need someone like me kind of like when you go to university and you study something and then when you finish your studies you don't keep going back to university because you go to find a job usually in that field that you studied in and you continue to grow and learn until eventually you moss that skill set as well. It's the same thing with the education I provide. It's just a damn saw shaper added doesn't take as long. So what are we seeing across the markets will? I can tell you right now that Once again equities You know the ESPN and the why am will sort of the the the. Dow who hits pain all over the shop. It's pain all over the shop. Which is fine because lots of gaps and lots of lots of all sorts going on. It's not a market that I would have any interesting. I mean on the Intraday Charts. And they just hideous. That's why I'm focused on whip though we're above nine thousand now on. Bitcoin beauty beautiful. I can tell you right now. We've got some great trading opportunities. Today I mean you know. Bitcoin pushing above as a bitter resistance down there at rand on thousands actually seven one each depending on which exchange you looking at but It's a doozy and whiting for that. Oh my goodness and my wedding for that yes. I am a moving average incorrect. A really nice fanning. It's got a lot of what I need to do to try and look this week from a cell phone and is the that have come through in there in the community in the cloister committed to their education It's been a big wake of emotional control way. We really worked hard on that emotional control. And that's why we've got live trading floor. You can see this gains each day. That's what the communities there and that's why even if you don't allow trading floor the community but there's a huge section of the course of these specifically about how to manage that emotion how to shape your emotions in check because I know the people slip on that I mean we all do we all do it. It's big part of becoming a good tried and that's why I put so much emphasis on in the court so if that's the thing that you think you`re. Wakeham is emotional. Control Vote Dougie. Sit there and gave little sad sack Little Omay. Dondi something about it because we can help with that. 'cause we can definitely help and we also have one to one mentoring once you've done the course you know if anyone wants to do that his up so bitcoin looking really good now. We're not thousand one hundred ten dollars. Full percent absolute theorem rotten nesting at two-thirty full. Sort of the resistance at two thirty four nine tain it's up two point four six percent. I'm actually stalking that for long as I am on X. Pay which is sitting at twenty three point nine cents one point nine six percent. Bitcoin cash. Look it's not. It's a looking that guy but it's had a good day. I mean let's be honest. It's up five percent at three thirty six. Twenty five to forty to seventy one four point six two percent right now looking that grind. Not Looking tried somme anyway lot. I'd love to save pushy. Bit Hotter Fan moving averages out in the mid tie fighters but we're up three percent at sixty two dollars. Twenty one cents may belong to yours which has continued to be a little bit higher net of lot coming up four point five percent. Three dollars and seventy six cents is what you'll find. Their ball had a pretty good diet. Some keeps pushing on and Mugabe's moving averages fanning beautifully well for Christ if it was to pull back a little bit. We're at twenty dollars and eighty five cents back above that round number twenty good four point six one percent up Kaduna. Now I am looking for a trade here. I certainly am against perpetual contract on. Fta by the way if you wanted to get that if Dick's count please use my link because it does help us and it also helps. You negotiated to give you a discount. Ten percent you get a ten percent discount on trading face so it's It's in the emails to jump out of the jump onto the The mailing list though dig up my post from yesterday and you find the oldest amount admit try to COPE DOT COM. Kodama five point one four point eight percent theorin classic up three point one percent eight dollars and twenty cents on the Tronto random. Talk Ten currently up one point. Six three percent of one point eight cents and that is the top ten right now. Those web developers and social media advertising experts plays at email Adleman at try to call dot com. And you know if you have another closer than you want to. Perhaps that's the way to do you scratch our back. We'll scratch yours. Have a fantastic day and you know things are looking good guys just. Cape focused For those of you do know what you're looking for abstract Trading Strategy Wise. Just stick to your checklist guys. Stick T. A. CHECKLISTS. Were just today. The patience of the wake has been rewarded. A good profitable Did get days off. And today's lining up to be a day where we could potentially get some very good fill. Potentially on some very good moves that weekly candles looking very strong there on bitcoin. At the moment we still got a few days to guy but is applying at the plan as I. Thanks for taking over the last few wakes case. We've been talking about that pullback on a weekly back into that cradles on we're in that we have a bullish candle. Excuse me so far and we've got a few more days until it closes. We are looking a lot better positive. Big smiles take
Every Chapter Has a Lesson With Erica Courdae
"Without further ADO. Here's my conversation with. Erica Cordell Erica. Welcome to Gothic up. Bam How are you? I'm great thank you for me. Pam Thank you. I'm excited so we met back in. I don't know when at she pot gas in Atlanta. Yeah I WANNA say it was October. I swear like last year was a bit of a blurb but I think that they'd have been like over some time last year she had guys. Who Were there right. So that was a great event. I had a lot of fun. You're also one of the speakers and that was amazing am at home here with the war so so we might hear him when the mailman comes which I think it's about to happen. My listeners are used to. I happen to have a very special sauce for dougie. So we're good. Thank you so Erica. Tell us your story what gets through. Who Are you? What's your heritage? Where did you grow up in if I was to ask you like? Let's go back to the beginning. How did that happen? I'M GONNA trauma best to fill like answer it. I'm like wow. I don't even know how to fully answer if I don't dig into something. Please Hofer as because unlike I will dig for sure. Well I am black African American. I don't one hundred percent I'll be honest. I don't know that I have a preference between either term and the reason I say that is because I've had conversations with people that I know that live outside of the United States so African American seems like I don't understand right and so for me black and or African American both work. I identify as female. So she her. I was born in Baltimore Maryland. I have lived in some part of Maryland for the majority of my life. I am the oldest. I have a younger sister. Don't really talk to her very often but she does exist. Assault doesn't exist. He does. I are being the oldest always kind of puts you in that place of being used to having to replace of authority whether you want to or not and you're setting simple even if you're like can do what I wanna do and not have to feel like I'm I'm twelve. I just WANNA be a right. Don't think about this. I think it almost embodies those things into you subliminally. Because you're like I'm just so used to doing this. This is what I do so I always wonder how much of that is conditioning. Or if that truly is just who I am at my core but it's there I'm the oldest two so I relate it's things like I do I don't get it but okay it because people will say like. Oh what's different being the youngest or different being the oldest the middle and? I'm like Again I've lived here. Most of my life lost my dad when I was twelve. I was always a daddy's girl so for me I'll jump back. But the kind of surreal part of having lost him at twelve was that he was thirty seven when he passed away from leukemia. And so when it finally hit me twenty five years after he passed that I had been on this earth longer than he was first of all of. Oh Hell like it was. It was a little scary in that says saying time. It's like that means that I was given a gift and so it's very important to be conscious of what you do with gifts and so that was a big thing for me again. I was a daddy's girl. So it's like gotta make proudly do you. I mean I'm sure maybe you've worked on healing that part of you right the Lesser Dad when she was young so when Little Erica. That happened was it so because I've talked to people about grief end some people when they lose people young. It's like it just kind of happen and you don't. It didn't hit you like you said until you were older. You're like Oh yeah or was it like young at the time were hit you. It definitely hit me when it happened and it will still occasionally have a moment where I'll wake up from a dream minutes. Like oh he's around and it's like no he's not so occasionally reality. Checks will come in for me. I think it was like two days after my twelve th birthday that he was diagnosed and that was in September September eighth and it was January twentieth that he passed away so it was very quick so quick and so there were a lot of points that I had to figure out how to maneuver through it. Where like you know. He went into the hospital. It looked just like him nor his normal self and then when he came out of the hospital for Thanksgiving and I was able to see that this point my parents were divorced. My parents were divorced since I was five. I'm like youtube or crazy. Do not need to be together. Please do this. This is okay with me. So that's the contrast of that. I was like no. I'm okay with divorce thing that it's cool but when I saw him Thanksgiving and it's still something that is do struggle with the memory even to this day when I went to answer the door for him he was very loaded from all the medication and the fluids lost his hair and in that moment I knew who he was in yet. A didn't recognize him and that split second that it took for me to be like no no. No no no get it together. I think he caught it and it broke my heart that it was there. It wasn't that he wasn't aware but I think that he caught again. It was so quick. It WASN'T A. Oh my gosh what happened. It was just like and it was like it was just enough and so I definitely had those points where I had to come to terms with these things. I had points where I would still regularly call. But he could no longer speak sold. They would just hold the phone up. He'd have to hear me because he was on a ventilator so he couldn't speak to me anymore. I mean it got to the point that I you know I could see all of the things that had were that it wasn't him anymore and as a kids don't realize it as an adult you're like this is just a physical form but as a kid is just this is my dad so I just remember when that call. Kinda came through that Monday morning and it just so happened it was m okay day that year and I was out of school and so when it came through it was one of those where I don't know if I'm GonNa truly say it was a ghost thing but you could feel that the energy was kind of off and it was like you know you. Kinda knew something was coming ashore enough that morning. That call came through when the you know he had passed away and so. I remember being twelve and having my own grief and yet having to still comfort my mother through the grief because even though they weren't together I think they were each other's first love and there's a certain amount of something that just never goes away totally with that yes and so you know yes. I recognized it and I went through it but I've also kind of been this person that I'm strong enough to be able to carry the bags for myself and others and I ended up doing it sometimes to my own detriment but that was a moment where I couldn't even choose whether or not to carry them for myself and my mother. I couldn't imagine not you know right and being the oldest right so it just kind of like you know yet might Kinda suck but what do you do? Thank you for sharing sore and it was. Just you know comment the same thing even when my grandmother passed away when. I was seventeen because again you know what do you do? Do you watch those around you just? Kinda fall apart or you step in when you know that you can even if that means that you have to put your own processing on the back Burner Holy. How did you manage it to heal it afterwards? When did you because having carried maybe an old the oldest child to it's like you do carry the bags because it's you pick them up if we're if we're moving forward and they're dragging will you gotta pick up what's been dragging right exactly. I mean in some ways I think we all try to process as best as we can but there are some parts of is to an extent it never fully they never. He'll back it. It kinda will heal the La- certain amount of a scar so like any kid would has played on. Concrete knows what those brush. Burns feel like they scar. And there's little lump in the skin just looks a little different colors different. Whatever and so you can heal. You're never the same from it so I think the older I got. I was able to process what my relationship with him. Their relationship that I saw that he had with others around me even with with my own mother and just kind of seeing what it is to process somebody as your parent and what it is to process somebody as an individual
Hamilton's OT goal gives Hurricanes a 5-4 win over Flyers
"Carolina defenseman Dougie Hamilton scored a one fifty six of overtime to lift the hurricanes to a five four victory over the Philadelphia flyers Philadelphia open the score with back to back goals in the first the Carolina responded with two of their own to knot the score a two piece after one Jay garner jewel events that would give the hurricanes a four two lead in the second Nicholas abeka bell put the flyers within one after to try to say hi with school with less than five minutes to go to force the actor session before he wants to finish the game in overtime a couple teams are behind us so when form these points are at this time this season and we we got to play better and then we did but big points Carolina holds the top wildcard spot in the Eastern Conference with fifty two points Dennis **** brother North Carolina
In The Gate - Off to See the Wizard
"Say you're the parent of a teenager as I and maybe your teenager isn't quite sure of his or her future career ambitions as mine isn't that's fine many teenagers that mold right well you as the parrot probably want your kid to go to college but without much direction you're less likely to send him or her father way I mean if your kid wants to be a film director then the University of Southern California might make sense and if it costs big money to go there then you figure it out well Saffy Joseph Junior wanted to be like his father a horse trainer his parents wanted him to go to college so they booted him off the island of Barbados where they lived and sent him to the United States to a prep school near Miami for two years and then to Florida International University just up the road from there that didn't quite work Joseph says now since he spent more time at Gulfstream and the track formerly known as called her now extreme park west than he did in class so he returned to the island then started training he even won the barbadian triple Crown Onu in two thousand nine two years later in two thousand eleven saffy Joseph came ashore for good and now he's got a chance to make quite a few blonde dollars in the Breeders Cup classic math wizard try to sprang up big upset the outside improbable saving all the way looking to come through on the inside it's Mr coming off the turn with the lead Mr Buddy Friday spun to run outside probably left inside floor of women between horses bath wizard other four outside what a finish the Pennsylvania Derby bear cubs math wizard on the outside math weser bester body outside bath wizard math wizard yes sir bath wizard thirty two what upset later end up Pennsylvania Derby and with the Classic Division thinned-out by injury it is conceivable that Saffi Joseph might just join dougie fresh Riana and grandmaster flash as milestone achieving native barbadians and with that we welcome trainer Saffy Joseph Junior here to win the gate let's start with math wizard of course what did you feel as he was coming down the stretch of the Pennsylvania Dir irby or surreal feeling this you know you're hoping you'll get there it was happening in slow motion and then when he got there like it was just unbelievable the he could run a race like that it'd be those Kinda worse is something that was a dream come truce he finished x than the grade three West Virginia Derby at the beginning of August and that was seven weeks before the Pennsylvania Derby how were you able to give this horse some time often Florida and then have him sharp enough to win a grade one race in late September all just came together I think West Virginia was one race to meet Bram not period the sex ratio degrees we kept him in killing during that time which is probably a mistake probably brought him back home we got about home in the Senate and he took his first book easier the second one was very good on his third where it was extraordinary I won't play like we didn't he'll come always third rats for us was stiff work but he did it so good so we didn't know how long it'll take recuperate we were able to get a slight firm on Thursday which gave us a couple of days you can see the rage Senate worked Oprah Edgardo Zayas has been the regular writer for math wizard but he didn't come up from Florida for the pen Derby because the horses entry was so last minute so what does the writer situation look like from here yeah we weren't sure for even going to there'd be and he had already committed some raids gulfstream so he stayed here unfortunately and for the writer and the we're still undecided we have we don't have a writer Iran permitted to ride and Dino Russo so writer is still open at the moment we haven't decided we're going to wait we don't have to rush any decision wait and see what happens something we mentioned in our open how you arrived here from Barbados in two thousand eleven I'll bet many of our listeners and I have to have been include myself in this didn't even know there was thoroughbred racing in Barbados. What is the racing scene like there yeah they run right now in Barbara's twice a month it's a three quarter tracks along the turf only we trained on on the dirt run on the turf there's only turf racing I should go out with her when you dare you get much closer to the horses race in actually part of it and I think that's unique mess that has you're so close to the horses racing gives you the vibrant Phil what we didn't mention was that when you came here you had exactly two horses in your care how did you get from there take here just keep trying to do good I keep trying to win races and attract attention and asking people for chances and I think it all comes together a lot of opportunities a lot of owners have been supportive of us and you just keep working things work a volunteer place trainers saffy Joseph Junior joining us here on gaito send out the pen Derby winner math wizard in the Breeders Cup classic as if coming from Barbados to train a grade one winner isn't crazy enough there's the fact that less than a year ago math wizard ran in sixteen thousand dollars maiden claiming race at Gulfstream and finished thirty didn't even win and to make things even crazier do you know who won that sixteen thousand dollars maiden claimer last December maximum security proves he's the real deal and there's no need to go down that rabbit hole right now the what do you think of these great winning is coming out of a race that low on the Horse Racing Totem Pole was unbelievable because normally you think who made it and Sixteen especially for young very few people at risk any horse of quality and those kind of Race Maine Sixteen Majority of time running or three early three hundred sixteen are very good if they're into sixteen thousand as far as ability goes to have two tours of the same race that one greater like if someone was to believe that I've seen it actually happened it would probably go down in the history of race in the best maintenance we never gonNA change over time but I don't think I was going to change did you get more ambitious with math wizard because maximum security went on onto do bigger things I know but Mathur's reclaim them in January I think in January so maximum security I don't want the Florida every year A good decision I think we got him at the right time now you have another potential superstar the two year old chance it and he's off the umbrella five likely now smash factor is flat to the Board Second Town Centre with Liam's Lucky charm but let there be no doubt who's best the in reality goes the chance at Chattan wrapped up gear down and six on top chance at what a stakes race at your home base of Gulfstream back in late September and while Chan is it will skip the Breeders Cup we'd be remiss if we didn't mention him
Nixed goal, rough 3rd period frustrate Ovechkin, Capitals
"One other game on this Monday evening in the National Hockey League. Get was in Raleigh, North Carolina. The hurricanes looking to forge ahead to game seven back in Washington. And they get it done. They win five two capitals. Got a late first period goal from Ovechkin to go into the break up to one after one period of play terrified and ties it up in the second period so tied to going into third and then third canes open it up to get a goal from stall. They get a goal from Justin Williams and a goal from Dougie Hamilton his third of the series in the hurricanes. Peter morass company move on to game seven back in Washington. Home team has won every game in
California Governor orders new DNA tests in death row case
"Governor Jerry Brown is listening to a condemned inmates. Please round is ordering new DNA test. Test that a man on death row says to clear him in a decades old murder case chemical over claims he was framed in the nineteen Eighty-three hatchet or knife murders of a family in their neighbor and chino hills in southern California Cooper has some political star power behind him. Senator Kamala Harris and Kim Kardashian are among those would urge the governor to authorize new tests. Prosecutors say previous tests show Cooper killed Dougie Ryan or ten year old daughter, Jessica and eleven year old neighbor
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Backlash: Academic Study Reveals 50% of Online Hate Caused by Russian Trolls
"I always have to talk about Russian collusion Dougie and those Russians those wacky Russians. There added again this time not trying to take on our political system, but our entertainment industry, according to an academic paper that was reported on in the Hollywood reporter this week Star Wars the last Jedi. I had all of that negative buzz. Remember, we talked about analysis we saw it. And we thought it was a great movie, but somehow it just didn't ever go. Anyway. Right. It didn't go anywhere because of the buzz. Parents does not make money, right? It did. Right. And they said that it was damaging to the Disney brand will apparently this study found that it was amplified the negative buzz was amplified by Russian trolls who were going online trying to make people think that it wasn't so good. The question is did Star Wars the last Jedi. Destroy the franchise. Did it permanently rupture the phantom? That's the question asked by the Hollywood reporter. I don't believe. So but a new academic paper that's been released by Morton bay said that the Russians were trying to do just that the papers titled weaponising, the haters, the last Jedi, and it talks about how the Russians and these trolls are trying to manipulate is. Art, manipulates manipulate and politicize about that too. What in the United States that actually really doesn't surprise me? Because the language I've seen regarding that movie. Online sounds very much like Russian trolls. There is a whole petition from like an amateur film company that they wanted to raise enough money to try and film this movie again the way that real fans thought that it should have gone, which to me is ridiculous. The idea that amateur filmmakers could redo this movie better than Disney did, but they were very serious about it. And they were trying to raise money, I think that they had raised like at least thousands of dollars. So I wonder if that was like Americans who had fallen under the spell of Russian roles, or if it was just rushing trolls doing that
The Israel Hour: August 19, 2018
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One dead after engine explodes on Southwest flight
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"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"People children are being murdered in this country often their poor often the minority but every single life matters in our moral outrage in how preventable this is what i was mayor i used to get so upset that one of the one of the leading groups that were murdered in mike in my city were women who are victims of domestic violence and in states that just do that common sense thing of having background checks thorough background checks which the overwhelming majority of nra members agree on you see forty percent reductions in murder of people by their intimate by their partners and so i i know w we wanna uses anniversary but for those of us living communities were gun fire is heard too damn often every day should be a day that we recognize it is absolutely unacceptable that this country has not done what over eighty percent of us believe needs to be done common sense gone safety things like background checks so that known criminals spousal abusers terrorists can't go on the internet or go to a gun show and philip with a trunk flowed full of weapons and kill people which happens every single day so i say this to foxhole konta ask you why can't congress get this done and my responses the civil rights who didn't wait for congress to get a john or for strong thurmand it suddenly decide that hey maybe blacks deserve the right to vote the suffragette movement didn't wait for congress for the men in congress to give their two to somehow charitably give the rights of for women in this country to vote it was people that were sick and tired fed up fought and demanded it and brought that change and that what we we need more of anger outrage and leading folks know were holding you accountable a if you don't do the most common sense thing this isn't about reversing the heller decision it's not about.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Is a moral issue in our country ice i stand with dreamers uh and i will use uh i'm just one uh sender but i'm going to use every bit of leverage i have on the upcoming vote do you feel the same way about the i'm fully funding for the children's health insurance program i know that's been held up and do you see a path forward on that you see making a deal on that i know the house bill that's come over has all kinds of cuts and other health care programs as a precondition of extending chip do you think we'll get a clean vote on chipper lease clean funding will y you know that this is absolutely again something this outrageous to our values i was happy to hear doug jones speak about that uh in his concession speech a here we are two months into uh having a the reauthorization expire this is outrageous that we are not providing health care for these millions of american children who by the way again the moral the right thing to do is often the economically right things you investing in the health care of children saves money in their longterm over the life over their lives this is absolutely outrageous it we're not doing it i hate the fact that this is in the negotiation republicans might be trying to lord over us to say okay we're going to give you healthcare four kids if you give us you know what another tax break for the wealthiest amongst us it's it's ridiculous we should be doing this as a bipartisan effort that's origins or bipartisan this should be bipartisan the fact that we're about to pass a major tax bill that is going to give corporations were already at an eightyear high in in a corporate profits uh under this theory that's going to somehow trickled down a when we know with the corporations doing with eighty ninety percent their profits richest dividend payments a stock buybacks the fact that somehow we haven't had the time to do what is morally right for my christian evangelo goal colleagues four my fiscally conservative colleagues things it's in the line with all them is unacceptable and so i'm i'm again fighting these are the you're hitting all the pain points here from.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"And there's a lot to learn i think the black voter engagement efforts we did finally they be and i got involved very early for this reason because i wanted to see us making sure we were really doing the kind of grassroots mobilizing i was really proud of that effort but this is something the doug jones in his campaign one because they were able to commence republicans to come out and support them they were able to commence white rule whites to support them and they were obviously able to hit a lot of our base really really well we are so we just we just spoke to with doug johns and asked him about you know doesn't he think he should be seated without delay especially before the vis tax vote and he said you know i'll i'll i'll let everyone in washington worked at out he didn't really take position what what do you think about that alabama as a state the people of alabama i've spoken he should be seated right away and again i know they have some processes to go through down there either he should be seated right away or we should wait before we make a voters especially as consequential as rewriting the entire tax code shifting hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars to the wealthiest corporations wealthiest individuals blowing a one point five trillion dollar hole in our deficit uh the damaging impact farreaching impact not just the bis generation but generations yet unborn this is so big that alabama has made their decision made their voice clear their representative in the senate is doug jones he should be here for something so important senator you've been a pledge against funding a government with absent action on the dream act there've been some reports in recent days did the democrats and santa in congress are are are may be willing to fund the government with out demanding action on the dream act do you stand by your pledge and what can you tell us about the emerging democratic strategy here i can't tell you much i know there's a scrum i talked to leadership as often as i can on part of a a a leadership group it meets with schumacher on tuesday morning's i know that this is a priority.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Crooked for twenty percent off plus get extra savings could exclusive holiday daily deals only a tummy done dot com slash cricket on the part today we have v newest senator from the state of alabama senator elect doug jones doug congratulations thank you thanks very much an exciting time and i appreciate you guys have been be back home absolutely so there's a lot of democratic candidates running in red or purple states who are looking at your win right now in alabama and asking how do i become the next doug joan what what are you tell them what advice you have for folks running in in red states like alabama well i you know how know every state is is different and you know what we discussed at decided early on in this in this race was that we were going to stay true to ourselves and stay true to what we believe in our core principles and i think that that helped i think people are tired of folks running one way in a primary in a different way in the general election and we stayed very true to who we are and i think people are looking for that because if you stay true but also talked to people about how you can you know your whole mantras to try to find common ground uh i think that that helps a lot because everyone knows that there's no way in the world that someone is going to agree with you on a 100 percent of your positions and if if you approach them by saying in recognising that and say you know look but we can find common ground on a lot of them but on the ones that we can't you know let's just a agree to disagree but not be disagreeable and you know we'll find it on something else and i i really think at least out so many of the people in the mouth obama were looking for that kind of approach you know so much of the political discussion around the country and even a as we were talking about the alabama races centered around the quote unquote truck base and then the quote unquote resistance but this election in the elections in virginia in new jersey originally were not decided by that i'm just curious way as you're traveling the state and just talking to average everyday people in alabama where we.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Be like why i don't get this this is wrong and that in the end because she is a master legislator she had actually at a plan all along and it was the right plan so if democrats do why the reports and politico and elsewhere are suggesting they're going to do adding that as a mistake if they have a plan different than that then i look forward to seeing that plan right now we should say that you know all these stories also say that there are ongoing negotiations here so maybe there is a plan and you know we know from you and i being in the white house on the inside that sometimes you can't talk about what's going on and you know there's going to be a good outcome and you're getting all kinds of pressure for not speaking out or doing something earlier but you're like okay well we have to do this because this negotiation is happening and we're going to have a good outcome like so i get that i think if the democrats keep if we keep pushing these government funding deadlines like we keep vote to keep the government open for another month and then wait to have this fight in another month earned another month after that you know i think it's a mistake to keep punting it but i don't think that's the ultimate mistake the ultimate mistake would be if the democrats vote for a year long funding bill without getting this vote on the dream act that to me is like i don't know if they may take that vote only with the promise that yeah in the future there'll be a vote on the dream act i see that as a huge fucking mistake but um you know a from now until then they are trying to negotiate something you know and they and they do so in good faith and they figure the south and then great but they have lost limbs in his delegates have a lot of leverage right now and they should use it donald trump is a liar and a con man so you know don't trust and taking taking a promise for a vote later at me donald trump said to you is that enough for me right okay well we have a senator elect in a senator coming up so we will ask both of them about all of.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Ways to some like the the sort of horsetrading for provisions that are helpful to individual states and districts usually is also not a good policy making process but you can understand the logic of some group of people are going to be held even if you know so you're arguing for that that's not what's happened here it is we need to give as many billionaires as many things that they need so they can give us enough money to try to survive the democratic wave in 2018 yeah that's right and so the the schedule here is they're not telling people the exact details though you know a lot of them have leaked out for than are telling all the senators and members the details until friday they wanted vote on monday the we'll see if they're ready by then um and so now there's this whole thing where you know they're not seeding they wanted to the vote before doug john's a seated because of doug jones is seeded then they only have one vote to spare corker is a know they can only lose three votes they could only lose two more now they've lost luther strange if doug jones is seated and then you know they've promised collins all of these provisions on healthcare to make up for the fact that they're trying to partially repeal obamacare so they're trying to pass these provisions to shore up subsidies and get more money that she demanded and so far they're not they're not voting on those provisions first and so you know they're now there refusing to see doug jones which is insane because in two thousand ten wins scott brown won the senate seat they decided not to vote on the affordable care act until scott brown was seeded when he won a special election and scott brown said seat me without delay and republicans of course they all argued for that and you know even democrats stood up and said yeah we should wait until scott brenner ceded to continue on this legislation so there's ample precedent to seat the new senator in a special election right away especially when there is of of vote of such consequence coming up and yet mitch macau.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Um you know raising middleclass taxes on some people not giving a ton of people almost any tax cut at all you know and and increasing the deficit so that's what we got their wonderful minutes ththis they took a live criticized the policy medications of how bad the house and senate versions were and there really fucking bad but they actually manage to forge together they lose the alabama senate seat right after losing virginia after staring down the barrel of terrible poll numbers and they look they took two bills that were shitty politically and decided that the her response would be to put them together to making even she dear bill politically this is actually a this bill will be less popular and more easy for democrats to run on than the other two bills which were really unpopular in really easy for democrats to run yeah and that's because this entire process was an about paul is he making it was above cobbling together just enough votes to pass the bill and so when that's your primary strategy all you're doing is going to individuals senators are house members and saying what do you need to get to yes and then they just throw that in the bill whatever it is i mean that's that's all this about right and it's also interesting that a lot of times the way that process works is people try to deliver things that help them with voters in their states or districts like please remove this for a vision that are hurts we manufacturing because the largest widget manufacturers in my district but that's not how the republicans approach this they approached it with i need to do this favor for this group of donor so please add that it so it behaved like that to get people to yes they had to make it more favorable to sheldon adelson the coakes hedge fund managers exactly right and so this was not about buying helping fight.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Oil and so they are trying to take whatever they can on their way out the door by uh rushing this tax bill is awful flagging tax bill through congress as fast as possible mitch mcconnell is not wasting any time uh it seems like the house and the senate have a deal on a tentative deal on how to reconcile the two different bills and reagan's how the differences it looks like the package that's emerging from the conference committee cuts taxes for rich people by even more i guess the compromise was the the senate cut taxes rich queue by x amount the house cut it by this amount and they decided to go lower than even more than both chambers even bigger tax cuts so the topright goes from thirty nine point six to thirty seven the corporate tax rate uh is going to be a 21percent from 35 instead of twenty state local tax deduction is it ten it's not eliminated beds it it's a ten thousand for ten thousand for property and income uh the mortgage deduction the cap bears seven hundred fifty thousand dollars for new homes the estate tax exemption has doubled to ten million as opposed to eliminate altogether and then they have eliminated some of these awful you know they were going to take away the deductions for you know graduate students and medical expenses and i guess they're keeping those in there those are some of the more unpopular provision so still really shitty bill uh that's cutting taxes for rich people by you know hundreds of billions of dollars.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"India it's a state hillary wine you know it's it has been proved resistance to to trump politics because of the allocation with of it within the state population of white voters with college education and so it doesn't really tell you anything had sort of we're the democrats are holding serve alabama's different now there's no doubt that warri mercer particularly bad candidate and doug jones probably isn't win against someone else but that is the same argument the democrats including some on this podcast made about scott brown's win in massachusetts in 2010 right was that scott brown took had kennedy see that martha coakley was particularly bad candidate unemployment is very high and we try to treated as a lax wanna that but an actually foretold the voters are delivered massachusetts the scott brown for the same voters who delivered the house to republicans nine months later and so i i be very worried about the republican doug deng democrats are going to take the house but if you stay in a million thinks option on them if you stand here today i'd be very concerned about how amped op democrats are and how deflated the trump basis for people not name trump and that is it's an interesting thing because you get a lot in the you know when obama was president about well obama can't does great when he's on the ballot but can't turn out as voters for other people and we may be sing a bigger thing here about they may say more or less about obama or trump in something about just how amped up turnout is among those in the opposition and subdued it is by people who were not and it's also worth noting the donald trump's approval rating is bad he was in the exit polls had a net favorability of zero in alabama estate he won by thirty points yeah if you're if you hook vergara veteran net now obama you're in trouble so republicans no that they're in trouble.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Cities right and so their vote there they are diluting their vote by living with people who are ideologically similar and that that is a problem and then you have an electoral college problem which we obviously did not foresee by the turning blue of the sun bell and the south east and even the south including texas is moving slower than the turning red of the rust belt and that was a recipe to get donald trump over to seventy now the question will be can we turned out at a high enough number two under overcome those two barriers both in 2018 and 2020 it is very possible carr's thumbs up on the presidency by it's actually it's amazing thing that's actually probably easier to win the presidency than it is to win the house because of the presidency's not gerrymandered right and now what's interesting about 2018 is it may be an easier path for us than usual because the road to the house majority runs through places like california were there's you know we have the cricket seven these seven republicans were in districts where hillary clinton won their districts with a lot of the same collegeeducated white voters who have been peeling away from republicans in recent elections it runs through places like the suburbs of texas cities like austin in dallas and houston in places like north carolina in places like floor so um a lot of these sort of sunbelt districts and then of course in for senate races in places like arizonanevada so allow these places that have been trending bleuer over the years or exactly where we need to win house seats back in 2018 to retake the house you know the senate map proves a challenge not because of the state's we now have to flip to win the majority which is uh nevada in arizona which you know are trending bleuer nevada is a blue state um but you know some of these states were donald trump won where democrats are trying to hold onto their seats which you know democratic incumbent senators tend to have an advantage intend to rarely lose in elections where the opposite parties in power so we do have that going for us but you know those a some buddhism pretty tough states that we're trying to hang onto in the senate map i think alabama if he deceive act like what alabama simply means for 2018 is and that the.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"It is we need to functioning parties but right now there are the republican party is is dead for as far as as the i can say they may still wind power because of gerrymandering and a massive financial advantage from a how it out campaignfinance system but the idea that this is the party of reagan or supplyside economics all of that that should is long gone it is it's a party of racial animus full stop yeah no in the question is can that party or how long can that party hold onto power and where can hold onto power because you know i think you can make an argument that if the we always talk about the obama coalition showing up at now we talk but let's talk about the trump coalition if the trump coalition which is basically mostly mostly non collegeeducated white voters with some collared educated white voters that's about it that's the trump coalition um in the collagen decayed voters are very very republican and if that coalition shows up in the numbers that didn't 2016 then republicans can continue to win states like ohio iowa possibly michigan and pennsylvania you know in states like that that that one donald trump the presidency and that becomes very problematic states like missouri that you know where claire mccaskill up in 2018 you've got joe manchin up in west virginia you've got a tough race indiana so you know they're still there still a threat to hold onto power but what were what we've seen in alabama and what we saw in virginia is that this coalition isn't showing up that they're not turning out to vote and i don't know you know how to gauge that kinda turnout the republican turn out in 2018 to 2020 and beyond because i don't think it is certainly not automatic for us and it's hard to determine how many of those voters show upper don't show up it does seem like our fate in some ways hinges on that yes we need because we don't make choices on the basis of national pakalipha right if we if it was just were going to have a national election and then we're gonna take the popular vote we're going to allocate that congress among that vote yeah we'd be democrats are democrats are gonna win that where the problem is is how is two things one is it is one is.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"The race but you would have been it made it very clear that you are opposing interviews childhood ahead there would have been able to hold their heads high and the republican party for once in the last ten fifteen years the app and that is a very reasonable you know some democrats are like why won't you endorse dunk jones and i sort of understand that if you endorse someone else other than worry more right right if you say we want luther strange he's probably going to lose but that's who we're gonna we're gonna spend money on we're gonna fight for and but they didn't do that so they found themselves with the stevanovic the republican party in donald trump in the worst of all worlds at where they have the hit they have endorsed in accused child molester who is also a big it towards homosexuals other races doesn't believe women can vote doesn't leave muslims coming congres i mean you can do the bill particulars on his horrible this and they still don't get his vote for tax cuts which is what they really wanted so great job steve bannon a great job donald trump yeah and it's you know see bannon's icu oh mitch mcconnell and rip and the establishment got the democrat they wanted but it's you know it's funny for ban to say that but it's not really true because a lot of these republicans you know that you got people like jeff flake who donate to doug jones some other people have some other people in the party who said you know obviously he should come to the senate good for them they did the right thing there's a whole bunch republicans who who did want him to come to the senate and who didn't want doug jones to win an they're going to have to live with that for the rest of their political careers in their lives i mean for for 2018 to 2020 the republican party cannot hide from the fact that their party the if the rnc their party in their president and many of their senators and congressmen endorsed an alleged child molester homophobic didn't with thinks homosexuality should be illegal all the bill of particulars should muslim shen serving congress women shouldn't vote most amendments after the bill of rights shouldn't be in.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"I mean he blamed mitch mcconnell for this loss which look i enjoy anyone blaming matrecano for anything mitch mcconnell's terrible and all that we have some things to say about that later by ed but what is interesting about what bannon did it wasn't just that he backed rory more because i mean that's just too i mean is morally disgusting and plenty of republicanbacked rumour by the way that aren't steve bannon donald trump looking at you republican national committee and like half the senate scooters falls or wants lacqua on the republican national committee that that donald trump made ronna romney mcdaniel remove the romney from her name yet she gave up her name and decided to throw her party's weight behind an alleged child molester big win big win for rana mcdaniel the formerly romney mcdaniel took me losses the so regis it's a a summoned i wish i remember who put this who tweeted this but it will hit woody is the trump does not take people's dignity he makes them handed over willingly that's what the and they've i'm going to back uh this is so terrible but so bannon you would think this would reduce bannon's power in washington but it's not going to the just not because what he within an actually did we see scare there were things the republicans could have done to safe the seat bright they could have gotten more to drop out but sheet one reasons he did not do is that bannon and handed hebron his side right his hannity was closest tell hannity beasley almost called on on worry more to drop out and then bannon called hannity and told him to stop and hannity just be taking his marching orders for bed and decided not to do that so hannity stays in the rare earth morris days in the race and then there could have been a right in campaign night where they could have got luther strange or jeff sessions or someone else to be a right in candidate because at least we give you a shot at at least like the the fear for about because that would cause you to lose the race issues but the republican but what it would have done is you will walk.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"All something to feel hopedfor and it's really because it's not just like yes we want the jones's vote in the senate to call important makes it easier to win the senate and 2018 which also incredibly important but it's also we do not have to live in a country where a disgusting human being like worry more is in the united states ended every day and that is something we can all be grateful for yeah absolutely and i you know this is this they win for every single person who gave money to doug jones who went to alabama who knocked on doors whose cared about this race whose asked us about this raise how do we get involved we've heard from so many people send us pictures of themselves campaigning in alabama and this goes to show you that if even even when the victory seems improbable if you are willing to work for it and to fight for it uh it can happen and you know there's going to be other bad days like uh like there were when trump won and and there's going to be bad days from now until 2018 from now until 2020 but you gotta take those bad days and just move past him and keep on working because then you get days like tuesday night at nuts that's a big mess it's such an argument for running for office no matter what the odds yeah um you know i sorta think about brock obama in two thousand and seven talking about his decision iran rotten which kate lake he is it all seems like in may completes makes complete sense now because he won but at the time everyone thought he was moving too fast right that he was it was too soon he you know he was in a hurry he was picking the wrong time but you can't win if you don't run and so you got together as you know what's gonna happen i also think about uh chris koons who's the senate from dealt for my home state of delaware who he decided to run against mike castle who was had been house member delaware forever and was desperate would have everyone assumed would get would crush them but he was like i'm just gonna.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Yeah he was tweeting right up until the last day i you know i started this campaign talking about kitchen table issues i'm going to end at that way when all the bullshit was in the news about roy more every new developments steve bannon comes down and says acts about this person and donald trump comes to pensacola in this new story breaks in this accuse he could have taken the bait so many times in so many different issues that were in the headlines in dc on twitter things that we were all talking about and he didn't take the bait because he knew his message was here's who i am here's what i did with my life here's what i'm proud of in terms of my record and also these are the issues that i've been talking to people in alabama about all over the state and these are the issues that i'm campaigning on and he was relentless in that message and i think sometimes in this media age and campaigns is very tempting for democrats to respond to the headline of the day the headline that is being discussed on cable news the attack of the day all at other bullshit because you know a lot of them grew up in this rapid response environment where as soon as something happens you have to hit back and hit back hard and talk about every single controversy that's out there and the doug doug jones campaign didn't do that they had messages should plan every single day because they knew that that's what people in alabama cared about they wanted him to talk about their issues they didn't want him to talk about the bullshit that was in the headlines all the time and you know it just thank you doug jones because we needed this i mean you and i positive america we needed it just because we hear vouch for this but i just try try to picture the alternative scenario where prowled big it accused john lester wins the senate and like what that says to everyone about america like we who he walked right up to the brink of heading into something even more terrible number currently end and doug jones by being a good guy in a very good candidate did something that was going to give us all.
"dougie" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Jones wouldn't have won i mean i think that the the the collapse in republican turn out has to be one of the big stories of what happened on tuesday night now because they didn't turn out the coalition that shows up for jones mattered a lot and that coalition like we said made up of twenty nine percent of the electorate was african americans they broke for doug jones by ninety six to four which is incredible i think black women were like ninety eight to two and i think black men were ninety something so huge huge huge turnout mexicanamericans then you look at some of these counties like where huntsville is you know it was plus our republicans won by seventeen points in 2016 doug jones wins by seventeen points tuesday night a huge huge swing a birmingham was democrats plus seven and sixteen it was democrats plus thirty eight on tuesday night and then shelby county which the birmingham suburbs republicans won by fifty three points in 2016 tuesday night it was only fourteen points so just cutting into those margins in the suburbs and in the cities and alabama was uh was really the story of this race the and i think the other important story is ask him arcane can turn out you know yeah dave wasserman tweeted these are sort of role numbers during the election but that turnout in heavily african american counties was 72 to seventy seven percent of this of turnout from the sixteen presidential race which was unbelievable for they'll be unbelievable in a midterm let on a special election but other side of the turnout was only fifty five to sixty percent in rural white county so you know there were igf zillion stories in the days leading up to the election about our african american voters engaged and i would hope there was quite a and there was a lot of those stories released with pessimism about the answer to this that that was the whole the whole point is they are not.
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"Turnout on both sides right right it presumes that all white people are turning out the same ray not conservative whites and moderate whites are liberal whites and just like virginia what is being clear here is the trump base is deflated they said that when trump republicans can serve republicans are not turning out at the same rate as democrats are and that's why these y doj owns wayne's is why the margin in virginia is was much bigger than the polls expected in and you know i saw stat yesterday the democrats are output in every race it's happened thus far democrats of outperformed their historic party average by twelve points on average among all those races and that's a huge deal on into speaks to a real enthusiasm sometimes that'll be enough like it was in alabama sometimes a wall not be enough like georgia six but it's a very positive sign going forward yeah i mean just to put it in perspective doug jones got about ninety five percent little more than 95 percent of hillary clinton's roff vote total that is ah i mean hillary clinton's vote was in a presidential year or turn out is so much bigger than a midterm election never mind a special election and so he gets almost ninety five more than 95 percent of hillary's rob vote total and roy more good about half of trump's so uh patrick or fini the republican pollster ran the numbers here compared to the mid term in 2014 which is a comparible turnout scenario two hundred thousand republicans didn't vote two hundred thousand you know jones's victory is about two thousand votes little more than two dozen votes 200000 republicans didn't vote so if even half of those republicans turned out to vote.