22 Burst results for "Druce"

"druce" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

04:11 min | 3 months ago

"druce" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"There's two two reasons why it's hard for us as parents to let her kids struggle. The first one is paying it sucks. It's not fun watching them. Hurt if you're a parent and it's fun watching them her. Then you're an you need a different set of and the other reason it's hard just because we play so much of our kids performance and accolades on our validation. And so i'm a great parent because my kid performed well. I tell me if my daughter plays volleyball. It had nothing to do with me if she plays terrible. It had nothing to do with me like she needs to work same in school And so i think you're right and just we get so caught up in what i call using the wrong scoreboard to measure. Who and wear who are kids are becoming and where they're going and so powerful and i think it it's so true because what i joke about is if you don't pass that seven year old test it's like an that was in trouble at nine. No you're in trouble at thirty two or clean. Because my mom even druce daniel onto kennesaw and cleaned for me and did not laundry in that. I got married and my husband a a seven. The like a he's been doing. He's like emily no so motley. It's literally as we're doing this podcast. They're cleaning my house. I've broken foot. And they're claiming because guess what they got to step up to the team. They gotta do their responsibilities. I gotta cover up mon- whenever i'm hurting as well so i think that's the other aspect of it is. It goes in that relational. It's like when one person's down you can also learn how to help out in the team dynamics. it's not a me dynamics. You never comes in so talk about that for a minute. Because i am seeing a lot of them. I was actually shocked. I did with one of my teams. I did a question and it was a it was goofy one. It was like the first one was like. Would you rather get a punch mike. Tyson or get a fastball. In the arm by some pitcher and then the next one was. Would you rather.

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"druce" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:55 min | 3 months ago

"druce" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"You're not in the market for a quarterback for the next ten years the worst case scenario. Is you know what we kind of thought last year. And he's done and you go with teddy so the other way around bothers me you start teddy and then teddy struggles druce. I mean again. I know that some people say oh. There's football players they don't have a psyche. They absolutely do. Not everybody's tom brady. And aaron rodgers who can just put things mentally and be studs. There are guys that really struggle with. Oh i lost my job in camps especially now because we saw we all saw the same. Preseason game last week drew one day. Teddy wasn't far off wasn't far off nelson threes and four. So right and let's see now what drew can do on a week to week basis right because we like. I said we've seen those flashes but we know what we saw. saturday with. Teddy is probably what you're gonna get pretty consistent steady teddy right and so with and how good that defense is that very well could win a whole hell of a lot. But if they're okay. When i asked you who is better you struggled right. Because they're so they're pretty close right right why we go with a young guy. We were talking about cam. Newton and mack jones last night both looked really good. But you go with the youngun but because locks low is way lower than teddy so if he comes out here had been same numbers the in the but look where teddy was coming from right and look at where he's been with the journeyman thing starting to fall into that but with a defense like that it doesn't take an address nielsen supervised right and i think teddy bridgewater can be trent dilfer. And i know that the law be trent dilfer no because of his gunslinger mentality. But he's overweight. You've seen different version of hand. One gain camp to i. Three games are going to determine the season that those games than your toes with. Whoever's life you start the first three with lock and you're not having a winning record your guy you gotta go you know. I three gave sam the second easiest schedule in the league but it does get a little more complicated as we progress. Those first three games against three teams. That don't know who the hell they are. So the big takeaways were a little closer but we still don't know here. It is if drew lot comes out tomorrow night which i'm pumped to be raining too by the way. According to cody wilson. There's going to be so that. I love the game day. Forecast could be a factor if drew lock. Well then there you go. He's gonna have built an if you listen to pat shurmur. Yesterday he talks like girardi. The guy i mean even said hey. It's really nice to see what we can do. Withdrew with a full off season. If drew comes out he gets sacked twice. He throws a pick. Can't make it then you're probably going to go with bridgewater. Assuming he puts together a decent. But odds are seattle's defense is bad. And the backups are really bad so drew's gonna come in against those backups. I was talking to zach stevens of dvr yesterday. And he said hey stat line. Can you go four of seven for one hundred yards. I mean if he does that. No no no exceptions. Then it will be his job to lose. And i think that's the right decision but that doesn't mean that's the decisional year if drew comes out and he struggles the first two games. Yeah you make the change. And then that's the end of drew drew lock side and i agree with that right. Hey let's i do. We ended on on a good note there on friday five the time when we come back the side david pennington gonna jump in here. We'll have teachers. will he. not now. I'm surprised because i don't know maybe it in the pocket. I dunno pictures on the wall. I'm going to be actually. He's supposed to bring that in. Let's get to the bottom of the hour news weather center morning traffic news in issues mornings with hail weekdays at six hundred other colorado's voice one zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi k..

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"druce" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

RFK Refugees Podcast

04:19 min | 4 months ago

"druce" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

"And we have bodies that we thought would be back by now that have not returned one in edison flores ever to whole blog post about he should but this team needs to bring him back. If you wanna go read it Same needs him to be that number ten at team once aspirations he still he's still been listed as injured is he medically cleared to play yet. Have they have. They dropped anything about that about whether he is actually good or whether what they're what what the holdup is with him. Because there were talks he was gonna play. I think all the way on july fourteenth ambition game had a setback that we can training He is close to recovery. Believe he's in training but he's not training one hundred percent and they're they're inclined to not push him too much. Now i i i guess it on tried and true the post game and we talked a little bit about. I think i took them down negative road. That didn't necessarily want to go down but we talked about as some flora's a little bit and sort of talked about the extended series of not being available in this year which you'd have to conaco or make or break as far as what are you going to do with him long term. I think he's under contract for one more season. You wanted to have this season to understand how fits into announced as system his formation his player preferences so this this not being available during the stretch comes at a bad time for him for the team a specific especially team because druce coverage is now the the druce coverage role which is apparently very close to goal and not quite attended not quite an eight but he's shuttling a lot more than i think anyone thought drew sanders was going to be doing for us this year. Yeah yeah we'll We'll we'll see what happens with that. Hopefully he can get back and healthy and hopefully he can to contribute something to get to see something because we saw we seen brief little flashes of what he can do and we haven't seen the the full picture so i'm hopeful that it might just be a case of bad luck. I i don't know we'll we'll have to wait and see Let's talk about the game Fc cincinnati These united getting is zero zero. Draw a gutsy. Zero zero draw will call it Moses lion of course Scoring a goal inside five minutes than being ruled offside very very close Makes you hate vr which never existed. What and then. Who's a that bother. Though the that those types of moments where it's it's i i. I have a have an inkling i have. I have a feeling that.

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"druce" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"druce" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Put kaya you von on that list now. In terms of the other upsets we saw on the day you know three-set loss for samsonov a for regular against sampson over that match just featured fantastic tennis found druce uva three sets over kante argue three sets over martijn than maria kamilo story of serrano five and two over. Alexandrova your thoughts on those other upsets. I know they were only twenty seeds. But you know again the von druce uva the big you especially vendors such santer story of serrana wins those do feel like upsets. Yeah for sure. I mean vaunt vanja what what i would consider a clay quarter versus controversy. Who when i think of when i think of an controversy i think grass just the way she plays flat ground. Dis takes it early aggressive changes direction. A lot and She she had the big run in the week. Lead up to In the week leading up to this event. So i. I don't know it's almost to like another case in vendors of played well. She was serving big at thought. It was having trouble with ventures of his serve but it's almost another shack in my In my database of playing the week before a major can come back and be a bad thing if you go deep so i don't know that's just i keep seeing this and i you know we'll see how medvedev dawes who played my orca and obviously novak was fine at the french after playing a belgrade too but these are the top guns. I just feel like you have a lot of a lot of scenarios in the upper midfield where they're they're winning the week before going out prematurely in the major box box fox of her midfield. I heard it there. You knew where whereas through savan the grid for you. I suppose it depends on the major right like french. Open cheese perhaps top six qualifying. She has her best form. And if the car's functioning correctly the dropshots working as it should No yeah i agree with everything you said. Sampson is good. And i mean it's crazy 'cause like you again. How do you think would millicent. Samsonov is i hope. You haven't looked this up top of your head. how does ludmila samsa nova. I know she's mad. Young is she. She twenty mad yelling. You're mad young. If you're saying things like that. I got to remind myself. Every twenty two years old is the russian reaches a new career high of number fifty nine with this victory. Twenty two gill. And it's like she's awesome. I get the power the length you know. I have a type and the display. She had pecul- on her back foot and credit to just peculiar who played some great defensive tennis today particularly on the surface but when win samsonov. Is ball's landing. It's just really tough to beat her. Yeah and gula always makes you work. If you beat jessica gould. You earned it. Because she's not going to beat herself and she's going to cover the court well and she. I really like her backhand on grass as well. So that's a that's a great win for samson. Ova no doubt about that now. Those were your women's upset on the men's side query over pcb thompson. Over route and five ciardi over card seven straits neak nishioka over is ner and five..

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“Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 13 episode 2 recap: Drew Sidora and LaToya Ali debut

The Friend Zone

03:26 min | 1 year ago

“Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 13 episode 2 recap: Drew Sidora and LaToya Ali debut

"Housewives of atlanta okay. We got caught up with candy. Who are actually. This wasn't the season premiere this episode to forgive me of real housewives of atlanta season thirteen episode two but we were introduced to the new cast members in this episode juicer door and the toya ali of the toyota immediately set the screen on fire. And every time you see her and what she's doing and saying she's incredibly beautiful. I love her accent. I love hearing her speak Her in kenya have great chemistry off one another mind not afraid of you know. She doesn't shy away from conversations that feel a little bit uncomfortable. She makes point She had a great debate withdrew dora. Who is the new peach holding cast member Actress juicer door. I'm sure many people are familiar with her from the game From movies she played. T buys she's been in a lot of things But druce doors on the show personally I liked the fact. She has a beautiful family. Beautiful children husband is attractive They are they've been married for six years And she is present in the that she's in. There was a great scene of kitchen with cynthia who adore. Who looked beautiful. This whole episode. cynthia. You live my god but yeah exactly but Her said you had a great scene shooting together. I will say that. I felt like some of jean. Some of drew scenes were affected. I'll just put it like that. Some of her scenes were affected. There's a conversation that took place between her and her husband where it was revealed that when he gets upset he basically goes missing He had gotten upset. He got upset and he was gone for three days. She didn't know where he was. He was responding to her text and her communication but he never said where he was and he was gone for three days. People showed up on being a black man and put it off on a lot of different things. But i put the whole conversation off. His bad acting is it was very unrealistic. Things things that they were saying. Especially in a black household and druze pacing and cadence. And just the things that she the dramatic moments in the conversation. It just failed affected. And so i. I just felt so you think this is just another tv role for her. 'cause 'cause you know on the game. She played usa doors. Are you saying. She's on housewives playing again her seen i dunno Because it was could be yourself or google. Play your so. She's got a peach and letoya doesn't have a peach cuss a very good question after allegedly his lee alleged the exactly asante an the toyota is heavily Shown in heavily involved in a lot of the Major plotlines of the season And allegedly the word on the street. Is that la toya was all set to be a fool. Peach holding housewife and her estranged husband at the last minute pulled out in wanting his children to be a part of the So the totality of her life and they made the decision to have her cast as a friend of the show. But i think she's one of those friends She's one of those friends that has a lot of involvement in the season in the way that marlo hampton does so the toy presence will definitely be failed in after when episode. It already is Drew seen affected

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"druce" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"druce" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"For people who were protesting. The i will say though. I think olympia kirks. I thought she was the least interesting part of the film. 'cause we're all these other actors and Not was thrown out the performance but also bringing these really fascinating care druce ges does and she's not even there that there's a big portion of the film. She's not an because it is focused on the institute but whatever she signed. She always looks like she's got her hair pulled out and she is like what are you doing honey. You're you're tearing up the house stop. That's been again him for the entire story was the love that you know. He had for her and they chatted for him. I get that i just felt like. That's all there was to it and Yeah i forgot like character came back. I even forgot. She was in their house like. Yeah there's that regarding the ending. I thought the ending was. They could have been better now. I'm not gonna give spoilers. But i i will say the ending when you mentioned being abrupt. I did have a problem with that. 'cause i felt lake. I mean there are those movies are like. Hey we're gonna have this ending that stuttering cutoff and you're going to have to think about it. Sometimes that can work but most of the time when he pulled ending like that. It does leads to be like okay. Well we discussed this. We ran out filming and scripts oregon put down. Like oh if you can believe you know the ending as than thing about it to me. That's not great writing in say that is too often. You see filmmakers go okay. We don't explain this then it's great and if we have you have to put the pieces together. I mean i'll say when it with the arrival. that's probably one ending rows like oh man. That was great. 'cause it really. There was a lot of things going on the head. You thinking about everything where this it was so simple until the very end and then at the end. I'm like okay. Well now. this is a curve that i don't feel like as warranted but i still enjoyed it i. I don't know if lightly it's also film where it would be cool discounting outskirts if it didn't. I mean same award ceremonies. I don't care lake blasts of us to win all the words that game the the game words. I'm still a young. i don't really care. Serve won those awards. I don't that doesn't automatically make me really love that game. By if this did not receive any awards. I would just be like all right i give. Hi good neighborly enjoyed. It'd be of nominations key should get a nomination and a definitely should get some sound nominations and again. I will say that. I think that ending is warranted for the character and his journey. It may not be the best ending for us as an audience member of for the story. They're telling it works for the character. I think yeah. That's perfect inning. And i totally agree with the about the documentary style. Look to it yeah. This is raw and gritty. And really in your face and then sure metal rumor. So your your dog really likes. The ending was talking about. He's like roar. i really liked to. I want her the dogs a huge heavy metal fan. Yes she's death actually. Oh i you loved the movie okay..

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Are We Approaching A Cyber Security Investment Bubble?

Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Are We Approaching A Cyber Security Investment Bubble?

"So it's been interesting because. From the sale side of things where I sit. As a C. So we're getting hit. All over on the sale. And it seems like there's so many companies out there so much investment happening and some folks feel like there's a potentially cyber bubble as it relates to investing what? What's your what are you seeing? What's your prediction there? Yeah you know. First of all, there's there's no way to a really predictable obviously. So anything you kinda assume as is both true and false the same time colleen Schroeder druce, bubble I think at the end of the day there is a significant amount of investment going on in cyber because there's a significant amount of opportunity also because it's it's a long lasting problem You know there's no such thing as secure computer There's no such thing as a secure enterprise and the reality is even in times of crisis when you look at the past six months. Everything has been increased in terms of the number of attacks, the number of people who are going after. Major enterprises who had a whole lot of change and a whole lot of. Adaptations, kind of the new normal and and it's those moments in time where all sudden you know they just the level of. kind of risk associated with doing everyday business become. So you know magnified So the reality is that yes, there's a you know a lot more investment going on, but I think it's for good reason and I think ultimately at the end of the day the truth is that you know. That that kind of investment is going to yield results from a innovation perspective and from an adoption perspective. Every bubble was really about investing in the right things at the right time. I think that the investments that are gonNA stand out and that are gonna be sturdy going to be the ones that will last the test of time. Is there money out there that's you know kind of being I'll call it i. they thrown around for sure. But I wouldn't call it a bubble. That's interesting. You know and it's interesting to with the pandemic Are you seeing folks? You know investors focus on dumping cash into? Maybe, more money into fewer companies or are you seeing you know a little more risk? You. Know I think it depends on the investor and look I know it's terrible answer but I think the reality is Kinda you know unpack it. Look at the major investors that you know. Basically, have been taking in and consolidating and trying to down. It's a very different investment methodology. Then I'll call the lottery ticket style investment. You know they think. More. Often than not is kind of the stalwart of these e. The private equity guys have raised a ton of money right and they have to put money out a mandated to do it. Which I think you know separates out a little bit of kind of what we do on a daily basis makes us a little bit more. Strategically oriented to to not have to deploy capital in that way But when I look at, you know how the investment maybe kind of market trends have shifted. The reality is I think you know you're you're seeing more investment in companies that are GONNA be Easier to to bootstrap right. And that's just been the trend for the past ten fifteen years ride the US to be needed to go raise a dollars to even start a company, and now you start company on a credit card right? So I think that anybody who is deploying capital the typical type investment that you're GonNa make is is much more aligned with where you see kind. Of the return horizon and given the pandemic I think you're GONNA see a lot more investments that are being made are smaller. Investments definitely staying away from alcohol at the stalwart markets as well. Right. So you know not putting money into kind of crowded space is not trying to reinvent the wheel not going after the space not going after know kind of. Major players, right not taking on IBM you know headlong. I. Think. It's. It's much more about how do I find those niche places where I think I see an exit maybe within a five or you know kind of even less year horizon those types of things that I think it'd be more viable in the short term. and. That's really where I see money headed.

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Changing Planes and Plans with Jen Ruiz

Cafe con Pam Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Changing Planes and Plans with Jen Ruiz

"Jenin I talk about her life in Puerto Rico growing up in Philadelphia what it was like to go to law school. Then what a became not practicing law as she started solo traveling and we of course talked about what inspired her to travel, which was being thirty and not being married and having children and wanting that resonated with me as when she talked about letting things be when letting things happen and unfold as they are supposed to when you're a planner and I, think this is one of the things when we get into this topic in the interview that is going to resonate with you as we live through pandemic Jen. Also, shares with us about self publishing becoming a travel blogger and I talk about Australia at the trip that I was going to take to Australia that ended up obviously not taking because that was going to happen between March and April and and that was right when all the things went down. So of course, I didn't make to Ustralia but I did make it to speak at that conference. So I can still call myself an international speaker because I got to speak honest age in Australia while I was in San Diego huckle is that but a winner I'll leave that for another story I will let you enjoy conversation with Jen druce. Jan. welcome together on Prem. How are you? I'm good. How are you is So you are currently in Puerto Rico I. Am okay I'm in Sunny San Diego we are I guess coasts. So you're I'm the Atlantic. Ocean Yes but we both are blessed with beautiful weather I know I. Love Puerto Rican put her because one of my favorite places in the world I love Puerto Rico when I went outside Omega I was from the Caribbean in a past life. I felt home. I'm so happy to hear that I'm so happy to hear that I want more people to come and if they have been before to revisit and if they. Haven't come for the first time because Puerto Rico really is an amazing place and gets a little bit of a bad rep with everything that's happened in the last few years but it just is so resilient and it's such a beautiful island with a lot of natural attractions and you know metropolitan bustling area and a lot of history and culture, and it's just amazing. So I'm so happy to hear that you enjoy it as well for sure in the food I like food. I've had to work really hard to not gain weight while I've been here. Yeah. Go every day. You know it's good for the soul but not necessarily for the hearts up out of moderation I. Suggest let's explore your stories to tell us what's your background with your heritage. So I am Puerto Rican, I was born here on the island I moved when I was six, my family was looking for better opportunities like so many others in that generation I think from the island they just now have their children have started returning to the island and it's a nice thing to see because there is still remaining. Anybody. Who left still has a lot of pride and still loves to share and see things from the island and you know just a sensible Rudo really within everybody here, and so I moved when I was six I grew up in Philadelphia and then I ended up going to college in Miami which became like a second home for me I. Really Love South Florida I went to law school in Baltimore and then I was like, what was I thinking I should've just stayed in south Florida. So mmediately to law school at right back and I was living there for many years I guess ten years. Between School and coming back. Loved it was the one place that was very just like you said, just felt very like home like the people there. I could relate to them like they had delicious food that I liked eating every radio station and play to get the on. Just, a really natural fit and loved it and I still do and I still consider south Florida to be a second home but it's also very nice for me to have this opportunity to come back nappy areas Puerto Rico rather than just like from family visits and family trips and things like that. But on my own and really get an appreciation for the island

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"druce" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"druce" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Family help Druce child even has a small role on screen it's just been so exciting to see that drive in when everybody's so excited to sort of get out of the house it's sort of the most excited you know audiences we can help for so I I guess I thought you know my cash can this be what is this movie directed I heard of it so it is it's at seventy four percent with critics on rotten tomatoes at it because there's no movie theaters open I mean it's just drive ins and there are only three hundred dragons left in in now in the United States we I believe we have four we have the valley high dry in in like caramel the sixty five hi drive in in Blaine elco drive in and the cottage view drive and I think are still open and there's one like over in Hudson but it they're not open yeah I yeah I don't know when they're opening we have that damn you can't have more than ten people yeah but it probably will be only and people will then be flocking but this is the the wretched is what's happening in these cases put it together for you know not much might that I love that and the critics say it's a savory blend of which in the words of horror that should leave genre fans are hungry for a second helping from the writer directors these two brothers at first I thought they were the brothers from here yeah yeah yeah yeah you know in talking about the human toll lanes are not dole instead then calls sure Jack in the box you can and so a lot of murders yeah you know I feel like we talked to one of the ones we did have an island park and their name is not the corn brothers we can remember that yeah so anyway so the wretched when that comes out and people of course do love arm you know a scary movie a good scary movie yeah okay looks good it does look like the one big movie that's coming out which is supposed to be the first movie coming out at the end of July when people are allowed back into movie theaters is retiring allowance yes tenet it's called tenet and he Christopher Nolan did the dark knight inception Dunkirk movie maker and this is a spy science fiction spy thriller and the release date they're just saying it's going to be like twenty fourth is what they wanted it to be and they were holding firm on not canceling their so they're still there okay but what just came out today is that he hates C. GI so he will go out of his way not to U. C. GI and in this new movie one of the big scene this is the staging of blowing up a seven forty seven so they were planning to use miniatures and building little mini sets a combination of visit visual facts but not using straight C. GI however once they they found that you know the graveyard for airplanes trades full full seven four yes and Victorville California and he decided you know what let's run the numbers this could be a major stands but either way we have to spend a lot of money creating all these little things or let's blow up the big thing so it ended up they blew up the big thing they bought a seven forty seven so he said you know everyone else will you see Jerry but he just didn't want to do it and so he's really excited about it you won't believe this scene he does want you David really tight lipped on anything about the movie but this is one thing so when you do see does it Israel all right so that's coming out I this movie sounds good yeah in July I wouldn't July twenty sixth through the twenty fourth if whenever there was a one movie that they were the kids there needed to open it needs to be seen on the big screen man I mean always an out kind of what we heard about this well yeah it was like this is a movie that people are gonna want to go and see this is what's going to save us this summer is going to see a big three our table all we want to save them explosions yeah and when the drive ins open here I think they're going to be busy all packed yeah because that's how people are gonna actually feel safe yeah and then you know Tim McGraw that Tim McGraw Alan Jackson the country singer you know we start Keith urban do the drive in movie theater concert I think we're gonna be seeing more and more of these things once spaces become of a both here and you can buy you know the screen material to project a white filming people complaining does that yeah with the the fans movies movies they're pretty big the thing about the garage users sheet you can't right but I mean for more professional rate because there are a lot of big fields and open spaces of social distancing happen to hear live music again right quite owners current career scorers cousin is is trying to do I don't know I think that starts me V. after dead like June eighth okay because I had to push it back a little bit but I think we're going to see more and more of that happening I love the idea of being outside for a movie anyway yeah the sound always stock trades so maybe the.

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"druce" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"druce" Discussed on The Big 98

"Amy verses lunch box where Amy gets do questions lunch box gets the girly questions and let's see who does the best by the way nine to six enemies in the lead you can actually win it today Amy with a victory oh wow here we go lunch boxes of three questions when we Google trivia questions for women this is what comes up what celebrity has a perfume align a fashion and accessories line all called dear drew on Amazon what celebrities a perfume line fashion accessories the line is called dear drew on Amazon man dear drew this girl sing a song about Druce Foggo Taylor swift any dear drew Drew Barrymore yeah wow Amy how do you get that I found on Instagram and I feel like I've seen something about it but I didn't know for sure chocolate cocktail is typically made with vodka triple sec cranberry juice and freshly squeezed lime juice read it again to keep track of it vodka triple sec cranberry juice and freshly squeezed lime juice Jeez I wish I made cocktails a mojito Amy cosmopolitan shadow carry on sex and the city then lunch box what celebrity recently released a memoir titled open book what celebrity recently released a memoir.

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"druce" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"druce" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"Watch out with your wife life. You Know Oh man. Happy Birthday Lady and jaws basements the full the room. There's no basement adding up. Adding adding about to say is so weird. There's no basements here. We have addicts though. goes the air conditioner basket. I think yeah so interesting. The first time he was like yeah man like before for you start doing it you had to say you should have been good at it before you started doing. Well you're just living or national life you're just being yourself and people are just just filming you know was your first time on like your actual instead of outside of that point from what you said. They were filming you in your first independent porn. What was that like Fi did you? Were you comfortable having sex with whoever it was we would. How did you feel like you knew what you were doing? I was just having sex. I'm used to having cameramen all over all the time and I assume you know who just started. I've been model my whole life and then I just started Nudity a few years ago then I just started porn less than a year ago. So it's been like a slow progression of you know what I mean inside it and just be like. Hey let's do this. Well I mean. Can you be surprised if some girl said yes they can do is get the camera images stating no and I like to learn about every part of the industry not just porn but CAM damming the business aspect of filming the directing part. I really like you know like I like it all. So what have you seen that. You've been really liking the directing the most because I feel comfortable in front of the camera but I have women feel comfortable in front of the Cameron to and then like we'll see importance food director What type of vision delighted present as a director when you shoot a natural troll like like no like you want to? I don't do scripted but I'll be like Yo. You WanNA put some costumes on and like role play some shit role. Yeah it's good when the poor night in some natural bad acting yeah not that scripted bat. You think I think that that's funny that you said they always felt like filet acushnet at the salute like fucking moved software. Have you ever seen a good Admiral Pan. adder actress Druce like really subtle role. Yeah a lot of porn is a lot of acting now and it's a lot of scripted.

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"druce" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"druce" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"What point circuits have a shot blocked by a lady a wants not to center ice would sit in the Jesus use Jopling shot at you Lucy a right up my Shattenkirk certify to provide support and it's gonna be played up ID seen by that dangerous here to scene right circle the scene is watched by board you seen looks to centering Sorel intercepts how many times do you see that so early in the perfect spot defensively the players it out to center ice and forces it into the national zone from all the an account of all the from the red line launches it in big data pursues the plug behind his own at forty per turn act within a path gets again for Joseph Druce was bought by Pablo closer tied up my Fabbro lighting need a clear here turned actor merges with the plot behind a lighting that right wing McDonough nine it got a strong that pluck out to center ice literally within a couple of points out block and it's in a by Craig Smith the clear to center ice McKenna steps up to try and intercept from SmithKline's where he you at a break away right there and missed the net me and Nick off the outside of the post Reagan does dump it in and had offered team first look at a counter counter support right wing will today Daniel carp pursues in the right corner cars Jack airliner gonna call for family or turn out yes the call citizens of the flood of an add on for the late call Hanyu centerpoint Ecole right circle systems when you need to touch it here Forsberg rather personal point of circle seen him use only coming up with a lady by the need to touch the puck with Warners Forsberg get a life persistence phones this invite you can't touch it here museum a drop the low point right point at home echo squeezing free centerpoint back returns less like a white circle systems lightning getting fired right now and finally says enough Texas is a touch of the park read the power play when we come back to one lady in the third and lighting radio here for the right job is always important especially on the ice and nobody knows that better than the Tampa Bay Lightning and Tervis tumblers two great local teams that are great on ice service tomboy's have been serving up ice cold drinks for more than seventy years and are now available in super cool stainless steel and they're available.

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Malta's prime minister to resign amid investigation of a journalist's killing

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Malta's prime minister to resign amid investigation of a journalist's killing

"Scandal brings down a European leader amid intense pressure to step down Malta's prime minister finally resigns slow motion on ABC's Meghan Williams in the fall he's not in a televised address to Joseph Druce god said he will step down as much as prime minister but not until his party finds a replacement in mid January this is despite calls for the leader of the tiny European island nation to resign now after the investigation of the murder of Malta's best known journalist has led to charges against a businessman with close ties to the government Stephanie cutter wanna go leads here was killed in a car bomb in twenty seventeen she was investigating shady government deals student protesters say they've lost faith in police and their governments after it's taken two years to press charges they want moose got gone now I don't like the fact that this is going to be involved in the mastication many people don't want to leave his family accuses prime minister music out of wanting to stay in power longer to protect himself and other high level government ministers accused of

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Classic Game Remakes

Game Scoop!

09:27 min | 2 years ago

Classic Game Remakes

"You can't talk about the goose game yet right. Oh when does this go up tomorrow. tomorrow okay yeah use game. Did you beat it yard. Ty WHO's game of the year come on just be just be gop why they're clearly entitled game of the year what you're going to confuse everybody buddy hoping here about Borland's three and now you're about untitled goose games and it's it's pretty much the only medal your solid game. I've ever played. They explain you don't you don't put a radio to sprinkle it or break it that way. You can sneak past the guy. It's a it's a metal. Is it a stealth. What is it called Stealth Espionage Action Stealth espionage. It's it's their boxes the problem to solve things so speaking of the radio. There's like this radio. You have to sneak past the Gardner Guy Right at the beginning of the game and I it's sitting on so when you pick it up it makes like music and he goes out of con- costs for that and he gets you right yeah and then and then so what I did was he puts it on top of a cooler antidrug the cooler all the way to where it needs to go and Thomas. Okay okay listen. I watched this and it was funny when it happened but this is a boring story wrap it up no no. I didn't really quite often to wait for people to hear this but this amazing off but the radio and Birket I'm just saying there's multiple ways solve this game. Is it game Goosey goosing game. Are you kidding me. Something see something. I'm excited for the sequel uncensored goose game. Yeah Yeah every time he hong to goose to honk for TV is this is it level base. What are you doing things is where it's like. Hey do all this stuff and something you 'cause. We'll open up a new area so you have him his thumb and he like falls from the hammer yeah yeah he goes like hit his his telling the boring story. I'm just jokin those are great before I one acknowledged to honk for. TV was a really good job at Damon. Thank you thank you and mark your story. Was it was okay. We'll so it's like dark. It was a six point. Oh it's like dark souls you do stop dumpling and then it opens up a new area and then it's like a Metro Vania dark souls metal gear salt lead. This Games got law headline goose game of the year druce like all of these other teams. It's entirely not like winter game. Yeah exactly AH that's from two thousand and eleven so we don't talk about borderlands now all right. Let's use game like borderlands three now. There's no blue unless yes you can a sandwich. There's yeah total luke because you drag everything back to the picnic. It's true yeah but you don't have any inventory space. Just like in borderlands game of the year also like so is on Telugu out tomorrow tomorrow. It's the twentieth tomorrow so toward the daily. You're listening to this. It's out it's out and it only takes an hour and a half to be over short. You can beat it almost forty times this weekend. Please should have been longer or is that the right amount of time to be. It's like me when you beat the game. They're still like stuff you you can do but you've ruled. The credits just like control weakness talk about okay. Okay wait to your borderlands point. Yes the inventory sucks. I assume that you can level up from there. You can increase your Marcus's munitions perfect pretty early inventory because you could do that in one and two and whatnot a lot of the systems feel pretty antiquated in a Lotta ways like everybody keeps saying it's just borderlands again and we've been playing more than any of us I think so. I think I'm agreeing with you. You're saying that it's it's a little a bit better. I think it's like lance too but I think it's better in every single way and that makes it better every single way every funnier. Maybe the writing an the map is broken as say broken. Well I just I. It's difficult to see what levels are unlike a different. Oh I thought they did a a better job at that. Because now you can rotate the map yeah I think I think you mean like when you when he said away point. It's really hard to find out where that actually which unlike which Alex should be taken if the if it splits off and your waypoints here and you're like oh I'm going to it and you're like Oh and yet open your mapping. I also the way back around can can we just say if you're playing with another player. The driver should not also be the navigator because you have to stop driving. pull up your mouth figure out which direction you need to stop the car before before yes. This is the person who's in the back on the governor should be the one to look at the matter author map and look at the map all the way you should do exactly yeah if needed. I totally the baggage around this and she she could see my TV and I would just opened my map and I'm like look and she could just see her through the screen cheating totally. That's the whole point. Is that what it was. It's called an in a perfect arc when you're looking at my screwing banking. Look there's a whole gamut of this game called screen cheat or something like that. Where you don't don't see the other person on the map shooter you don't see the other person so you have to screen peak to see where they are to be able to shoot them. Mario Kart Saddle node cheat or do you not it's. It's so that you can see you can line up a shot. What would somebody driving screen so you do. Do Eh for some people it's part of the experience for some people to be back. There is like these elaborate cardboard setups done off the the television like Oh. I've done that like playing halo like putting up the blanket and like one of your friends is under the blankets. That's great what's up with the pets in borderlands. One class has a pet flack nets the class that I chose with because I heard it was good for solo players playing by myself and yet you can sit out. The pets too technical for you and the first pet is a dog. Yeah modest has come a monster dog. It's a scam. You know what's really sad though I think they changed. The deaths down sounds for the skaggs. The sound really really sad yeah exactly. It sounds like a dog river. Your your pet is whatever you pick so you pick the dog. I didn't know how to choice. Let's guilty characters. You can pick what skill you get one point right at the start on the fly to so you picked that what's his name meet meet it she older. I forget his name now. That's the Jabber boy anyways. You could change it on the fly. What's what are the what are the other options as Iraq took a spider and yeah and then there's Iraq grew hanged dinosaur Mosser things. I think I'll stick with the dog was I. There's the flying. It's like a pterodactyl thin. The rack sounds good. Thank you very active but one of them is like a little like Jabber guy and he has a gun jabber and the more Islam inspire not the spider is like a little looks like this Guy Jabber. What do you mean Jabber. Keep saying. This aren't thinking isn't that in anyway. He has a gun and then you can make where he has a shotgun so he's a little pet walks around the shotgun. That's awesome. It's awesome. I'm playing playing as Mara. I don't really like her. She's fine. I'm playing MOS-. She has a robot. Yay Mas is I think the MOS flag actually the community favorites from what I've seen. I've seen the search volume to back that up. It's ask it. It's fun. I'm having a good time but it does feel very samey like it's. It's a little bit like they. They spent seven years. I guess they didn't spend the entire seven years but it's been seventy years. Berlin to if you had told me this was a new expansion for Borland's Orleans to I would have believed you gear gearbox made preschool right yeah so said Eddie. You knew it'd be however many years since I think it's a different team Eamon Australia that made sure if it was like spin offer from another team or not yeah it was. It's their fallen Vegas. It's fun other Games. They're able to reinvent themselves. Listen in new in new sequels in in additions but this just feels like more Portland switch. It's fun yeah. I enjoy it. I love the guns and I love that. I feel like every time I go back to sanctuary to like do all my inventory management. I feel like I'm going back out of the world as a slightly different character. You're always leveling up. You're always getting getting better guns. I've a shotgun right now. Every time I shoot them it just blows them away it so far like the blows them away literally blow them away and then when you reload it becomes a grenade than's flashes and says shoot me as it's going to and then you get another one in the shoot it. It's awesome cool like that. It's it's really fun. I like it a uh-huh Fisher

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"druce" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"druce" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Of Jennifer Druce's estranged husband is turning herself into Connecticut state police a day after photos to those was arrested again on a new evidence tampering charge in connection with his estranged wife's disappearance last may in New Canaan WC surly castle report as an exhausting fight I love my children do Lewis was picked up at his Connecticut home Wednesday after his girlfriend told state police he transported Jennifer do less is body in a friend's pick up truck the warrant says cops found of blood like substance in the truck they tested positive for the mother fives DNA even though the truck had been washed detailed seats changed right not the pending charges were we intend to plead not guilty to these charges defense attorney norm Pappas do Los's been released on five hundred thousand dollars bail I'm certainly counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news list looking for the person who spray painted a fake crosswalk in Union Township the makeshift crosswalk appearing this morning at the intersection of Vauxhall road and Brookside drive shortly before age thirty two he was also the first day of school in that town the Dow before the bell of four hundred twenty points the nasdaq up one forty seven the S. and P. a forty two he actually get a weekend series in Boston tomorrow Messin fills begin their weekend series tomorrow at Citi field forecasters around you super weather center for the remainder of this afternoon partly cloudy temperatures the mid seventies tonight increasing clouds lows and. sixties tomorrow cloudy with some rain by afternoon as we start to feel the effects of hurricane Dorian as it moves away off the coast winds picking up slightly hi tomorrow.

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"druce" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"druce" Discussed on Exponent

"And you know, I think some areas are very aware of questions and scandals about that are a big problem for them. So it's not. That doesn't still matter. But it's not the only thing that matters. Right. It's sort of like there used to be what's in phrase or someone stands up in a field lines toll puppy syndrome. Right. Right. Well, this is like the opposite of that. Where safety was like the tall, poppy. But you really like we're going to it. So it's been very the bad use of an algae kind of the opposite direction. But the internet kind of chop that down where is safety still matters. But you can all start thinking about other things that matter as well. And that doesn't mean hotels or obsolete. It doesn't mean that hotels when anywhere when I travel by myself for work stuff, I much prefer to stay in hotel like all the amenities and not having to worry about other stuff or the Union's sort of out away place checking in at two AM or something right? Exactly. It's still valuable to me. But now when I'm with my family, I might check out an air BB because different amenities matter, and there's much more competition in the space, again, if that like now everything the future is going to be Airbnb. What it does mean is that the plane of competition has shifted because that one constraining factor is now one factor of many. And I think it's a similar thing here in the TV world distribution was the only factor that really mattered. And so all your strategy wind up around bats now distribution still matters. But it's one factor. Among many in that sort of requires a reset of the way, you think about your entire business. I think that is the perfect setup to then us how Disney approached thinking about this through the lens of three announcements that they made earlier this week so ESPN around Tulu and also around Disney. Plus, yeah. Well, I think just to stick with sort of the sports idea Neo people are like, oh, well, they don't actually putting SPN content on there. And it's like, of course, not putting ESPN content dot in there to your point. It's really really valuable and profitable. Exactly the way it is an oh. By the way, from a consumer perspective. Yeah. Of course, they'd like to get sports content Alicarte, but you know, to do a job for a consumer does not mean like, you give the consumer everything it means that you provide sufficient value that they still feel like they're willing to pay for it. Right. I got some feedback around. There's like they really care. About doing the job for consumers. They would make ESPN of for streaming like no to get a job done for you. Not mean, you also get like massage a pedicure made me laugh when you mentioned that. It's not a charity. Right. Like, you can go to mock it in the way, that's appropriate. Now, if you're doing things that get in between you and your customers, then you have a problem, or if you do this too long, and no one has TV's and only people have computers in whatever. Okay. Then you need to rethink it. But this is working just fine as it is right in where people are gonna go as long as care about sports. And if the only place to get sports is via the cable bundle. Then it's going to be a sustainable strategy. Again. There's a lot of people who don't care about sports and the bundle is definitely crumbling. What I think is going to happen in this space is that the number of people that get this sort of the digital cable bundle again by Druce. Okay. Bundle. I mean, they're paying for a bunch of channels, and that could be delivered virtually things like YouTube TV, for example, or could be delivered over a traditional wire or satellite. We're right because I'm kind of wanting those all together, I think it was going to happen is that number of people will keep going down, but the affiliate. Fees charged by sports, and sort of like live news networks that really benefit from this live paradigm. They're just gonna skyrocket. So basically in the Wong run, expect ESPN to make allow more money from fewer people, but it will sort of happen organically by the bundles sort of like moving that direction, and that's fine. It's a model that makes sense. And by the way, just speak as someone abroad..

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"druce" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"druce" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"But I do I have a theory after ZipRecruiter hiring used to be hard multiple job sites. Stacks resumes, confusing review processes today hirees easy. Just go to the one place that of course, ZipRecruiter dot com. And we wish you go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash Adam. Let's see it sends ZipRecruiter will send your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards. Plus pruder scans thousands of resumes to find people with the right experience and invites them to apply for your job as the applicants come in ZipRecruiter analyzes each one spotlights top candidates. So you never miss anything of the match their they pointed out to you four out of five employers who post on ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day. It is ZipRecruiter dot com slash Adam. Right, man. That's right right now, our listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash Adam. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash ADA. Am one more time ZipRecruiter dot com slash Adam. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. So I was watching my dad get very animated very agitated and very uncharacteristic for him. Normally like doesn't know who you're talking about doesn't real strong opinion, not politically he was getting very animated. And he was really this means evils liars, lives evil and think about it. I said it went like, yeah. I disagree with most of what you say. But I don't have that reaction to it. I just have their action of whoever's running running they, you know, I'll go about my business, and blah, blah, blah. And I started I was driving home. And I'm thinking Druce kind of feels like I do like, I'm not gonna defend Trump. Just don't feel. I'm not gonna start flapping my arms and getting like, it's not only. Agitators and Felix do anything and also my family's my business, and my family, my neighbors, and my work. I I've worked in my thing is to I look at who the guy is.

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"druce" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"druce" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"druce" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"druce" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"And introducing things and growing the company that way. Yeah. You know, that's that's kind of you know, the nature of entrepreneurship writing. We knew that we wanted to keep the handgrips the flagship, and we still do this to this day because that's really what separates us from anything else. At this point is we're going to have the best anger about there. But we also noted continue to grow and grow as a company that it's very important to bring on high quality products that high level athletes are going to continue to want to use in. We didn't want to do that in the sense of just putting anything out there that we maintain the approach just like we did the grips that if we're going to bring a product out it's going to be. Elite. It's going to be a difference maker. And it's going to be something that, you know, the top one percent of cross fit athletes are going to want to wear and we've maintained that approach on. It's been successful to this point. And a lot of that. I think has to do with the continue in the ability to continue to work with these influencers at a high level that they want to continue wearing those products because of where they're at in their ability. So. I know that you started on Amazon, but only half of your revenue comes from Amazon. Would you tell me what the development of the other side of the business? I think one of the biggest things is native alluded to earlier listening to actually your podcast Ryan one of the big things Druce to you was that Amazon's going to be there. Right. So there's going to be people shopping on there and and whatnot. But if we can try to create that brand differentiate ourselves and get on another platform where we have more control where we have better margins where we can better serve our customers that has been very beneficial for us. So we we've got wholesalers that we work with all across the world, we ship stuff all across the world all the time because there's people in all these countries is very difficult for them to get high quality products. So that's been very good. And that's been a constant focus for us as we built. This brand is to try to move that needle away from Amazon, and we've been very successful. At it last month, you were over sixty percent, not Amazon, which is great. So we always wanted to get like two fifty fifty. And we just keep moving the needle the other way where we have just more more control over everything we do. So I'll wait from Amazon word is the most of the Trump come from the Facebook Facebook ads Instagram ads were very heavy with all that. And it's a we're talking to George last night. It's a game. It really is. You know, disfiguring out the game and putting yourself around a team of people that really understand how that stuff works, and it's exciting. Because may I've tried Facebook ads and done this stuff. And and I think it's very easy for people to try it and maybe throw one hundred dollars at it and say all this shit doesn't work because they don't know how to do it. And they just throw it to a wide bucket of people. But if you really know what you're doing or you find somebody on your team. That knows what they're doing can really target in its very effective. Would you walk us through a bit of the overall strategy of how you doing? That because buying traffic to a fiscal product and giving that to our ally can be a challenge. So you either have an ad. That's really dialed in upsell sequence that makes it our ally. Or something else that makes it sustainable? So what does that mean for you? What I think one thing to add on kind of goes hand in hand with that question Ryan is in when we started talking about this a few months back about really developing a very strong Email campaign as well..

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"druce" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"druce" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"And introducing things and growing the company that way. Yeah. You know, that's that's kind of you know, the nature of entrepreneurship writing. We knew that we wanted to keep the handgrips the flagship, and we still do this to this day because that's really what separates us from anything else. At this point is we're going to have the best anger about there. But we also noted continue to grow and grow as a company that it's very important to bring on high quality products that high level athletes are going to continue to want to use in. We didn't want to do that in the sense of just putting anything out there that we maintain the approach just like we did the grips that if we're going to bring a product out it's going to be. Elite. It's going to be a difference maker. And it's going to be something that, you know, the top one percent of cross fit athletes are going to want to wear and we've maintained that approach on. It's been successful to this point. And a lot of that. I think has to do with the continue in the ability to continue to work with these influencers at a high level that they want to continue wearing those products because of where they're at in their ability. So. I know that you started on Amazon, but only half of your revenue comes from Amazon. Would you tell me what the development of the other side of the business? I think one of the biggest things is native alluded to earlier listening to actually your podcast Ryan one of the big things Druce to you was that Amazon's going to be there. Right. So there's going to be people shopping on there and and whatnot. But if we can try to create that brand differentiate ourselves and get on another platform where we have more control where we have better margins where we can better serve our customers that has been very beneficial for us. So we we've got wholesalers that we work with all across the world. So we ship stuff all across the world all the time because there's people in all these countries is very difficult for them to get high quality products. So that's been very good. And that's been a constant focus for us as we built. This brand is to try to move that needle away from Amazon and we've been very success. Awful at it last month, you were over sixty percent, not Amazon, which is great. So we always wanted to get like two fifty fifty and we just keep moving the needle the other way where we have just more more control over everything we do. So I'll wait from Amazon word is the most of the Trump come from the Facebook Facebook ads Instagram as we're very heavy with all that. And it's a we're talking to George last night. It's a game. It really is. You know, disfiguring out the game and putting yourself around a team of people that really understand how that stuff works, and it's exciting. Because may I've tried Facebook ads and done this stuff. And and I think it's very easy for people to try it and maybe throw one hundred dollars at it and say all this shit doesn't work because they don't know how to do it. And they just throw it to a wide bucket of people. But if you really know what you're doing or you find somebody on your team. That knows what they're doing can really target in its very effective. Would you walk us through a bit of the overall strategy of how you're doing that because buying traffic to a fiscal product. And getting that to our ally can be. Challenge. So you either have an ad. That's really dialed in upsell sequence. That makes it are a Y or something else that makes it sustainable. So what does that mean for you? What I think one thing to add on kind of goes hand in hand with that question Ryan is in when we started talking about this a few months back about really developing a very strong Email campaign as well..

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"druce" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"druce" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"For the New Yorker radio hour with Claire mccaskill departing democrat from Missouri. She made that same point she said, you should hear how they talk about Trump in the Republican cook grim and among her colleagues, and if there is an opportunity for them to successfully dump Trump, I think there are many who would join, but the flip side to that though is that. The estan issuing imperviousness of Trump's political base to any new or damning evidence against him. Even as piles up at the beginning of twenty eighteen the Gallup survey found that Trump had thirty nine percent approval rating at the end of December twenty eighteen after all the transpired in twenty eighteen Trump's approval rating was thirty nine percent. It was as if nothing had happened. When talking about Trump, we often of oak, Richard Nixon and one of the turning points in Watergate was when Nixon's Republican allies in congress turned on him. So remind us what that looked like at the time what it took for that popular president to suddenly be in bed odor. And then ushered out of the presidency. You know, one of the first things I did when Trump was elected as I went back, and I reread Elizabeth Druce coverage for the New Yorker, a collected in a book Washington journal of that culminating Watergate year, and one of the things is that history seemed a lot more clear and inevitable in hindsight. And for me, I was really struck by the fact that you know, she was interviewing Republican members of the House Judiciary committee, literally twenty four hours before the crucial vote on articles of impeachment in the House Judiciary committee and many of them. Are still uncertain. Exactly how they would vote and how vote would turn out now. Of course, we know in hindsight that they all held hands essentially and jumped together and most of them did vote for these articles of impeachment. And that in the end is what triggered the March of the Republican leaders up to president Nixon at the White House and telling him as Hugh Scott minority leader, Barry Goldwater another's. Did was that the time had come for him to resign? He could not survive these votes on Capitol Hill. So they weren't leading the way you could argue. But in fact, we're the sign that the very end had come. They were lagging indicator of president Nixon's feet. And I think in history has been kinder to them perhaps than it should be..

Trump Richard Nixon president House Judiciary committee Claire mccaskill Barry Goldwater Missouri White House congress Elizabeth Druce Washington journal Hugh Scott thirty nine percent twenty four hours
"druce" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"druce" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"For the New Yorker radio hour with Claire mccaskill departing democrat from Missouri. She made that same point she said, you should hear how they talk about Trump in the Republican cook grim and among her colleagues, and if there is an opportunity for them to successfully dump Trump, I think there are many who would join, but the flip side to that though is that. The estan issuing imperviousness of Trump's political base to any new or damning evidence against him. Even as piles up at the beginning of twenty eighteen the Gallup survey found that Trump had thirty nine percent approval rating at the end of December twenty eighteen after all the transpired in twenty eighteen Trump's approval rating was thirty nine percent. It was as if nothing had happened. When talking about Trump, we often of oak, Richard Nixon and one of the turning points in Watergate was when Nixon's Republican allies in congress turned on him. So remind us what that looked like at the time what it took for that popular president to suddenly be in bed odor. And then ushered out of the presidency. You know, one of the first things I did when Trump was elected as I went back, and I reread Elizabeth Druce coverage for the New Yorker, a collected in a book Washington journal of that culminating Watergate year, and one of the things is that history seemed a lot more clear and inevitable in hindsight. And for me, I was really struck by the fact that you know, she was interviewing Republican members of the House Judiciary committee, literally twenty four hours before the crucial vote on articles of impeachment in the House Judiciary committee and many of them. Are still uncertain. Exactly how they would vote and how vote would turn out now. Of course, we know in hindsight that they all held hands essentially and jumped together and most of them did vote for these articles of impeachment. And that in the end is what triggered the March of the Republican leaders up to president Nixon at the White House and telling him as Hugh Scott minority leader, Barry Goldwater another's. Did was that the time had come for him to resign? He could not survive these votes on Capitol Hill. So they weren't leading the way you could argue. But in fact, we're the sign that the very end had come. They were lagging indicator of president Nixon's feet. And I think in history has been kinder to them perhaps than it should be..

Trump Richard Nixon president House Judiciary committee Claire mccaskill Barry Goldwater Missouri White House congress Elizabeth Druce Washington journal Hugh Scott thirty nine percent twenty four hours