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"dutta" Discussed on Down To Folk
"To swim and eat hell. That's all he did. This was supposed to be a vacation and instead it turned out to be a nightmare. Amity my ass. Thought bruce as he swam with a frigging floating on his back. It should be called calamity for all this shed. I've gone through. Was he wrong for being himself. This did not seem right. He needed to go back and demand. An explanation from the land fish is behavior a glutton for punishment. Bruce swam back to the ship. Only to find this time. One of the land fish in a cage in the water holding a spear. Oh fuck this. I'm through with being nice. Bruce thought to himself so this time purposely he attacked the cage and let the land fish think to the bottom of the ocean. See two can play that game. You wanted meet afloat. And i wanted you to sink. Not so much fun. Is it with that. Bruce swam away humming it song. Dutta datta dutta dot add that eta deta done it. A data upon looking back bruce's heart sank. What he had just done wasn't what he came there for. He came to apologize but instead he feared he made it worse. Filled with regret bruce. Turn back and to his surprise salt that the boat was sinking. Ono bruce thought. I've got to save them with that. He slammed even faster throwing himself onto the boat leading with his is yet on my back. I'll save you but instead one of the land fish kicked and screamed if he would. Just relax reese could help but no and all the kicking and screaming. The land fish slipped vary unfortunately slipped right into bruce's mouth instincts kicked in and bruce bit down out of reflex and allow the land fish. Quit kicking then. The other land fish have the nerve to throw a silver thing. Among bobber at bruce and that got lodged in his mouth to reuss was not having a good day and this apology was becoming more problematic than he had intended. He swam away this time circling the sinking boat wanting to help the land fish as it were struggling. Not to get wet. Bruce ever wanting a friend and to be understood wrote form in swam towards the fish and attempt one last apology. Bruce approached humming song. Dutta dutta datta dutt etta the as the sound friendly and approachable any left out of the water to say hello. I'm sorry tenure. Remove this thing for my mouth. But to his surprise the fish shot at him and that shot hit the silver tube lodged in his mouth causing it to explode and sadly exploded bruce as well so in conclusion. On behalf of my brother bruce. I would not recommend vacationing near amity island. If you are a shark they do not take kindly to our kind and therefore should be avoided and to the land fish. That killed my brother. I will haunt you and your family until every last one of you are dead.
"dutta" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Default Search engine on their web browser yet. It's so new but it's awesome. I've been using it when dutta go came out. I was doing side-by-side searches. So i pull up. Dutta go and one browser and google on another browser. And i would do the same keyword searches on both to see what the results were largely. I got Seventy five eighty percent of the same results. But i would get. It's because he uses those other search engines basically as the back end but as a privacy advocate. I recognized immediately the value in having something. That wasn't google absolutely to do your search. Now once you click on the results you know you're still gonna get tracked by the web crawlers and that kind of stuff but it certainly is a good start. I'm certainly going to give a look at the search that brave dot com and see what that's about as well as pre research. chris. I hadn't even i. I've heard of that but i didn't know it was a search engine per se so thanks for pipe in. Yeah it is dropping the knowledge with duct go is like i always try to use it but sometimes i'm like trying to find something i'm like. Why is this not just popping right up like i know it should be popping right up. Let me just go to google than it does. So i don't know again. that's so. I have duct dot goes my default search engine for my browser and my computer at home and that kind of thing. But if i'm not getting the love that i think i should or if i'm looking for something obscure that goes not showing me the love. I still unfortunately sadly will pull up the the google dot com every now and again. I wanted to just announce that there is another Liberty contingent released from remand. Up in rankin. Yeah so that's I don't know do you remember Joe brown yes going. He was he was involved in some sort of a. You know a.
US Senate Swinging Blue Might Not Mean Much for Stocks
"Looks like democrats are poised to pick up two additional senate seats throwing them control of the senate. We'd resist the temptation. That's sweeping changes are in the offing given the razor thin majorities the democrats. Now have neil dutta. Renaissance macro research is head of us economics said in an e mail wednesday still. It is likely that additional covid relief is coming democrats. Georgia had a simple message. Two thousand dollar checks to households two thousand twenty one. Gdp estimates currently at four percent will continue to rise. The right tail is likely to come up. As additional fiscal relief comes into play. He added the fed will resist changing. Its current policy guidance and will accommodate the improvement in the economy passive. Even this should lift inflation expectations. Help steepen the yield curve and provide a tailwind to us banks others also suggested markets fears over. The outcome of the election may be overblown. Even if the democrats win two seats which would give them the senate a fifty fifty tie. There are a couple of democrats who are quite moderate. You've got joe manchin of west virginia. You've got jon tester of montana greg. Valiere agf chief us policy strategist told yahoo finance on tuesday. Those to moderate democrats. I think will not go along with everything. The democrats want if they control the senate so no matter how you slice it. I think you're looking at a pretty centrist environment for the financial
"dutta" Discussed on Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen
"At family today. So i really have appreciation for my wife now. Sometimes she thinks this crazy. When senator expected in the morning she things to know which i always. But i just want to appreciate so to me. You don't want to ever miss that opportunity toad business tomorrow. Because i really feel. I'm really good at fourteen. Which is business today. But who i go there. I want to invest but we always looking at in my humble opinion life. Hopefully i've answered your question to satisfaction because a lot of time to answer my questions. It's awesome merger. I really hope that you'll always stay the same awesome cells that you are and i know god willing you'll be here for many many many years more and delighting everyone around you thank you thank you. At least we are happier here so read. This was absolutely amazing. So i wanted to. I thank you for taking time today. I know in hong kong. It's really early. You will up early on a weekend after a long week to build. This truly appreciate that. Thank you and thank you in being a privilege being with you so three. This conversation with the doctor was very fascinating. Many time leaders are about me. Me me and i. I just did not hear that much of i. At one of the things. I really takes wrote a us. The whole tone about the situation. Positively at the very beginning by coating the chinese in a challenge opportunity accrue sides of the same by second when i fall into the trap of thinking i know everything. What branch who was the really by saying yard or yes ordinance auto on the school fun things in the brand story. The porpoise intent all together with the brand means. Nothing if you don't have amazing. People incorporate and in the factories all built together. Heart's on a line. You know the purpose and then how do deliver experience consistently. Sabrina brand is not what we tell that spark of the job but what the customer experience the and all the good karma everything that goes the tar tang that i started really i enjoyed. That part is many a time when we joined a new job interview. You're signed the contract with the big bonus blah blah blah. Everything hallelujah in a now this is the dying bed. Honeymoon starts know what subroto showed me was the first hoda gay stakes patients. You have this magical power to see and observe things that nobody does. And that's what. I really think for secrets to in vegas seeing teams or others do not see an issue would have said that the iot days you have those our and boom vanishes but also what he showed was have little patients get to the organization so after that you have the chance toady to so encoded. Two hundred days seventy news are the new app and finally the big hakimi was and this to me has been a first time. Unique is to be in a category of pride for the category whistle. Rather talked about that not only can give fab india example. It touched his heart and he had he was excited and appreciated that..
"dutta" Discussed on Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen
"From Today's my day of going back to engineering but if i take an example from newton's second look which says that When you apply force that is fine. Work gets done when you apply force and something moves remember the surgeon so in life also very often used buying that they'll be two persons wishing the goal. Nothing is moving because they're pushing to opposite ends as they both believe that. That's their job. The oath believed that by proving the other league wrong. They're achieving something at that stage at the leader goes and tries to tell them. No no no no look. Ordinary are wishing from the wrong end. Stood of pushing from east to west push east and helps them brother. He may not be willing to do it. Because it'll take a away to reconcile that. What he was doing was not right so alignment is all about moving them a little. If they were pushing like this can they go push like this. And then they'll be some movement and the moment they start not wishing exactly against each other but a little aligned pushing and the ghosts moving since we surprised and happy that something's happening and nothing delights professional as much as end result and automatically find that when that happens this start realizing the words of working together aligning together and the results that keep showing on its own. So what one time. Just go and tell do goalies daily wrong. If you're re completely so alignment is about just doing it. Gradually so that pot is about the conflict on the other hand. I believe the conflicts are very important because any company where everyone is very happily agreeing with each other is not good one has to happen but it's just a question of how to use the conflict again somewhat like the proverbial advice that we were talking about and make it work in the right direction for the company I think these are the button boston. I was definitely talk about being very clear about the has to be very clear about. What is.
"dutta" Discussed on Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen
"Because to me. I don't know what you might introduce totally different outstanding and different forces on sick and especially when you hire a person for all you might have guessed that person in that role so i don't do the interview sanding even you know it's again. It's could be a bad example. Us but still if you have a cricket player or you're going to go to baseball here. The person who is the border of the future. You don't want them to practice. Having him back in the journey so to me as i start going through is district very important to start looking at the skills. But i really appreciate talking to land of this to skills. That was very important as you look at what i also realized from. You're talking was you're sharing. Was that the monday tougher job. Needs attention to details comes at the end. It's like at the end of a me if my mom asked me. Eat vegetables after finishing my beserk. That's the real challenge. So i really appreciate it. Thank you for sharing that. It's even more than that originates at the end of the meal. My wife asked me to do the dishes and happy do it. So i just got a commitment from suruga he happily would be doing the dishes absolutely next few years. So in every in every position. The situation equality rapid turnaround. The royalty of always achieved bigwigs. So let me look at is many join any company. What's the secret to getting theme. Align dr little bit earlier but i just want to go back with its look at your join samsonite our fab india or any of amazing organization before. What's your secret from. Be once you get people to deliver results today. Look at this link me. Let me think announcer this. Because it's not an easy one at the same time. It's great easy. I think the first important decrees. I t days and the first hundred days very important sort of i. I always in the first thirty days are important because that's when anything which is not right or anything which needs to teams will strike you immediately. I mean he just can't missed it to striking you almost like comeback from outside and you find your main door is completely open in trucks. As soon as the first thirty days you have to really look at all this but you can't access to write it down somewhere but these are the things that you as and from the thirty days to the hundred days really when you need to stop acting on them because i believe that after one hundred days i put it jokingly but very seriously i think after one hundred days a person was part of the system so nothing strikes him or her as ordinary more everything becomes like. It's okay what's wrong. So that's the importance of the first one hundred days. Threes is for you to notice what else seems to be a missed and keep an order and from the first day to the hundred. Stop acting on them one. By one by one then further into verse the most important part would be to start at the buzzer mindset. Because if you believe it can be done you can make people believe can be and that really is the easiest. Been done because very often you. You're still feel that. Oh this looks so different. This look so impossible. And how do you convince them. One.
"dutta" Discussed on Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen
"Her daughters has been amazing. Human being he just realized that all of us have amazing for this evening location. He just didn't plan and he's a very human being with long hands like something a little different. So of course we go to india. And what i loved was how they literally saw the very fact. Three of us are there to take care of so card. The son-in-law in the family who in indian country is very special global fan printing that he got and he changed and tried. Maybe seven eight different things and there was no urgency communist. Not nobody did any just left us with such an amazing experience and so proud and if you know if a retail store allowed to tip i would have kept that day a lot of money because of the family pride and the moment they create its really appreciate the war. All of you have done and had to share the story. What the brand. Every time i hear good stories about reveal beaten my own company samsonite or gear. Beat outside. I feel very proud because i think there's a lot of detailing which goes into retail. There's a lot of Education which is their. Imagine a person who's working in that store from morning till evening eight o'clock stat begun speed and doing the same book day in day out and remaining the same inspired says every time when the consumer walks in. It's fantastic job. So i think this is my moment of being attributed to all my retailer friends so i would not let you get away with that tribute so easy video so bashan and the tribute came so far so much from your heart you know if anyone because trying to get into retail industry day creeks were to be a little different. You know to have that fried that you have in the retail industry like what does it take roussel successfully in the retail industry. I think the first requirement to want to do it to be there to Make people happy and i. I've asked this question too many successful To manage i go and meet them during my daily beat and asked them to do this job and majority of the time they actually say that we love to meat consumers we love to be with them and every moment that a consumer walks in the consumer buys does not by is a moment for them with the cherish they enjoy and the second part of course israel down to the brass tacks which is someone who's willing to get into detail someone who's willing to end the day after bring all this abbey work by being the monday and stuff like stop count and money coundon stuff like that. So it's real commissioner of for being bashing to consumer and being killed about every single thing in the store he at the positioning automatic in the store of the little bit of dust on the window. Everything has to gets. The attention of retailer tend to assure to me with my experience in hospitality. One of the things i found was working. And we were trying to recruit the right and the team member. the team. That baffled the heck out of me was they were interviewing all these future. Rockstar key members sitting in a conference around the conference table..
"dutta" Discussed on Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen
"To sustaining a brand products. Now that we have cop a lot about luggage. Now let's talk about a little cheesy but what goes into luggage clothing. And that's the part where you have amazing experience in india. Anybody who is not only from india but travels to india now also in us in some of the lead cities fab india's become clearly known as that defined brand where people pay near nearly us. Whatever the normal high dollar venue for quality clothing. And that's for having us achieved so for a unique brand defined by hispanic voters niche product and also heritage and as retail outlets. What was the secret to coin the growing the brand both nationally and then taking it outside. Us outside left me. i be honest here at fab. India Was not a difficult task. fabulous urgent from your experience in india has been a very unique brand in and subsequently abroad It tells the story of india is about the right amount of heritage. It's got the right story. And his the right mission. And it's a company with the focus is to take those traffic from the artisans of india and Take it out to the consumers over there and victims celebrate india uniquely su Aspire as the message is sunday was nothing to be done. Just the question of taking the message out there and using some kind of an amplifier and amplifying it won't number of people can hear it. So how do you do that. And i i of course was we increase. The number of stores drastically be increased. The size of the stores so that the endangered shopping could become much more experienced show for the consumer Be started working much more under merchandise as much planning and the entire process editing and creating the consumer is very and very The fine and at the same time making the shopping experience easy and v started expanding or suit through a fleet For business partners which we all the franchisees so the moment we started bringing all this new got the coverage increased almost three four times since one person hearing the wonderful story of families here we started getting five or six people in the same story and experiencing.
"dutta" Discussed on Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen
"Them country For example samsung has always been very. Strong and united states of america is over. The last many years has been good. Who grants or anyone wanting to travel with about it but When we launched in india in issue for example realize that enables not ready. I i'm sonate really the price points more details and behind offering samsonite at. It wasn't fitting so we had another brand in your call. American tourist very strong quiet time back strategy will american and that really works because the american tourists who as the eib brandon india and a very very strongly and the woman. We started doing that. You found that Get actually being able to position. American tourist which we call the tough international garbage and that was a very strong proposition in indian environment. When as an indian one would expect a lot of toughness in the back. It's not just a and Imagery we lost the reality indians. Do get enamored little when something international and of value something which is valued across to the really works for american to restrain in that stage and we got success in india if he would have tried to do it with samsonite. maybe he would not have been successful. Likewise in countries like japan you better brand. Gregory drought products between agree and to me in japan we have contribution to a total business. Slow really look at the market is and accordingly. We haven't did the too. So that's what giving doing and of course apart from that there are many other Or which really took into account the biggest fund which is a liberal philosophy. Was that earlier. We used to have a tendency of saying that if the the large market by let's be hundred out there. What is the market which is above a certain markets ice embrace menu. Sorry and let's say you only hundred dollars last.
"dutta" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast
"dutta" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast
"That is not enough genius resolve needs so i think i do something in the exploited that position and album all different kinds of offerings. We could in this the homeowners who civil war and they say so freeze one uses the connection relentless you have contractors with. You is the smallest problems. it doesn't. that's very restarted. But it's all about connecting the dots at steve out says there are many things that we do to.
"dutta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Points beyond to a worldwide audience coming up we're going to take a look at the benefits of private equity in a volatile market place we're gonna dive deeper details comments made earlier this morning with Neil Dutta head of US economics at renaissance macro research but first it's been a great charitable emerges for a Bloomberg business slash back stock drop all this after federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell said the outlook for the economy is uncertain and the downside risks are significant especially as it has to do with employment survey being released tomorrow reflects findings similar to many others among people who were working in February almost forty percent of those in households making less than forty thousand dollars a year I lost a job in March this reversal of economic fortune has caused the level of pain that is hard to capture in words as lives are upended amid great uncertainty we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio S. and P. five hundred is down one half of one percent down thirteen the Dow is down three quarters of one percent at a hundred seventy five and the nasdaq is up a tenth of a percent up twelve the ten year is up for thirty seconds with the yield point six six percent West Texas intermediate crude oil is down one percent to twenty five fifty three a barrel comics gold up three tenths of a percent to seventeen eleven ninety an ounce the dollar yen one oh seven oh six the euro dollar eight sixty three of the British pound a dollar twenty two sixty eight that's a Bloomberg business slash Bloomberg markets is under way with Lisa and Paul thank you so much Gregg.
"dutta" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"dutta" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Is about a check. Check the pessissim Dutta on the show. What it to be mama cover? Got these other shook. She's an uncle of why back in high school. I use the bus now hit the epi. Oh, a doubles in my hand happens San thirteen hours till I land how many out like a light a life life like a life like a life. If his. Somebody. Jeez. She's. Somebody. Buddha. Rush. Very hard choice. But. Gang of. Action. Potato. These days. Some. She's. Does. Somebody comes. Crew. Number one. Have a time. Insight. Straight. When when you spoke with me. Dancing. Somebody sees us. Some. Penny. We do. Tennis. Ain't gonna business. Actin brand rushing teams me nuts until you say would. Michael. She's. Somebody comes seized as. Some. There was some LA is kinda wet. This is Miguel. I'm rocking right now. Let's go you on a REIs station. Real ninety two new hope for hit. How much how much many cash credit how much how much money how much money how many product.
Looks like Google's thinking about a folding screen of its own
"Like Google is thinking about a folding screen of its own and have a picture on here. A folding screen our recent patent application filed by Google suggests these search giant is experimenting with foldable display technologies similar to the pound seen on the hallway ex and Samsung galaxy fold now the filing describes a method for constructing an oily de pound that can be bent repeatedly, and using a modern computing device. Now, what's interesting here is Google doesn't produce any displays of its own. And isn't the kind of company that really manufacturers its own hands. It's either like apple iphones, Google poorly, all sorts of manufacturing to pixel three two facts Khan and both HEC algae shared manufacturing duties on a pixel two phones. It doesn't mean this impossible for a product based on his Patton to see the light of day. It's just that invented does. It'll probably be because Google license it out to third party rather than producing affordable screen. Itself. So couple images that go along with it. Hopefully. We'll see what comes of this. Ironically to patent goes onto lay a possible folding vice that could be bent in two different places called z full display without breaking thanks to whatever sounds like a smaller number of layers required. When building screen of the device now, we're not display manufacturing experts verges who has this article written. But it's not clear whether Google would ever build such a thing or why we'd want of z full, but survivability of folding phones, definitely still open question. We're still early on in stages of bendable technology, especially when it comes to displays Samsung's. Galaxy fold is rated to survive hundreds of thousands of folds while gorilla glass manufacturer. Corning is of upping glass screen. It can be folded, and it hosts will be more durable than existing plastic solutions. Now, it's important to mention that Google Patent doesn't even mention the word phone once instead of refers how to display could be used by modern computing devices. It sounds like we're talking about. Phones, but it could refer tablets, possibly, even laptops consuming still working on tablets and laptops. Any more apparently decided oh, look tablet moon, maybe two Chromebook Dutta interest in full phones has so far focused on the software aspect of their design. It added support for foldable displays an Android last year and also worked with Samsung to ensure that Android would work as a galaxy folds operating system. Glee foldable phones are important to the future of Android. Google has to be interested in both hardware as well. As the software.
"dutta" Discussed on Take it or Leave it
"Let's open the show with a mom fail moments. We are here because we've all struggled as moms and anyone who has says that they haven't is a liar face. All right. So it's your turn. How I think that this mom fail is not really funny. But it I felt like a failure. After it happened. My the other day, I just I was having really betting Zaidi. And there was a lot happening at once like innocent stuff like khloe was screaming and chasing a balloon and Aubrey was like watch me cartwheel, and my husband was like babe, babe. Did you get dinner Dutta? Everybody was talking at once. And then my son comes up to me and was like, mommy, and I just snapped down. I lost it, and sadly, my poor son was on the receiving end of it. And I was like I can't do this. I can't have this many people talking to me at once. Why do you guys Dutta just like really rational and my son's face just like turned to like sad. Nece and confusion like his eyes got really big when I snapped. It scared him, and then he got it's making me sad to think about it right now. But we've all been there. We've all done that the problem is when you have that many people talking to you at one time and all of the things that are going through our brains. It sounds like you're in a football stadium with sixty thousand fans, except they're not fans there are people who are doing at your life. And you're like, oh, dear Lord. Yes. But that's what it feels like right? It's completely and utterly overwhelming. Yes. And I don't I don't even think I could count on my hand. How many times I've had that moment? Thank you you reel it back in. But I've had that I'll have to tell this one next time. But I've got a great mom fail. That includes a penguin. And let's just say he could never fly again. So we'll save that. It sounds intriguing. But yes, but I feel you and just so, you know, absolutely, you aren't alone. And I bet you everybody in here that is watching live today would agree. Thank you. That makes me feel better. I apologized immediately. After in told him that it wasn't him. It was me. But I just have the image of his face in my head. And I feel so bad. I wish I wasn't like that sometime. But that's how you know that you are fantastic number one globally. Rated. Thank you. Because you you you caught it Gary. And then you backtracking, you're like Berber, okay? Ice cream for dinner. All you. All right. Exactly best mom again. Now, we're going to Disney. Annual. I was not expecting that. I'm sorry. But that's that's what this is. All right. And that's why it's it's freaking hard to be a mom. Yeah. But yeah. So we feel you girl. We do. Thank you. Okay. Today's trending parenting news is brought to you by growth collaborative. I do the whole ad in tears. I'm like..
"dutta" Discussed on WTVN
"The little mountain cabin. Something something. Bumping. That's your music. Yeah. I actually do it my mouth to I don't even have a recording of it. I just do that. And that's like the bat signal when I know, but she did suggest that driving somewhere. She's I couldn't we because I was like, well, it's going to cost a fly or whatever, you know, a little bit of money, but I wanna make it's it's my fiftieth and Herbert next month to by the way, but not her fiftieth. So I said, look I just want to make sure that I'm able to have like a decent story about L my fiftieth. We're in New York City and Dutta Tada, and you know, so. Yeah. Throwing bigger how about Miami Beach. What's you know, or or hit the keys or something? I actually did look into that too. And it's like five fifty to fly there per person right now. Okay. So then I'm like, oh, man, then you start doing. So I guess I don't know. I don't want to I don't I don't want to rule out anything because it's going to be costly either way especially waiting till this late to book the flight or whatever. Yeah. But I just thought I would discount frontier or something like that today got anything going on. And honestly, I haven't actually drill down. That's the one that flies out a Rickenbacker is that frontier region or Allegiant or Allegiant side believe yeah, I'll have to double check this. But I was curious. You know, if anybody could give me any guidance on this on Memphis versus New York City, and I'm is we'll say I haven't been to New York because it was so long guy barely remember anything about it. And then as far as Memphis, I never been to Graceland Elvis Samer go in the summer. Okay. All.
"dutta" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"It's seven fifty two in London. Eight fifty two in Cremona, Tom in northern Italy, which has UNESCO world heritage status for its intangible cultural heritage of humanity. It's the home of violin making Antonius Dutta various topics his workshop there in the late seventeenth century and made moving thousand violence violence and challenges some of which still exist and are preserved in the violent museum. The museum is recording. The sounds made by full top instruments and residents of Cremona have been asked to be as quiet as possible in the vicinity to facilitate the best possible recording. Well, Linden Jones is director Swazi international festival and Elektra at the university of South Wales also expert in some so Linden. The so much more to capturing sound than just pressing record. I mean, it's a it's a real odd. Oh, is it a science? Muna Jean it put it precisely. Right. It's both it begins with science because you have to get those particular bits of the equipment to work for you. But where just like photography, actually, it's something where you know, as soon as you start to make those autistic in a static decisions about it that way R comes into it. And in terms of something recording violin, you've got to make all those decisions about the perspective and the sound of the room in which you're hearing the violent and all of those things that all contribute to what we regard as abuse for recording. Does the perfect recording exist? Well, okay about that straight back at you. Just the perfect photograph exist, I think probably will grow..
"dutta" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
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