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Fresh update on "dylan" discussed on Donna and Steve
"Gonna show you some magic. The real thing E mean. It's all For real. His face is really convincing. The voice alone is is good, but his face in the mannerisms that this guy does. It's a really great impression, but again, I don't know. There's a guy looked like him in all in real life. Or is that part of the past? Yeah, I think it's part of the deep fake. I think it's the technology that makes whoever is doing the impression Look like him. That's scary because people would spread lies about you. Yes, Here's video of Donna Valentine. You know, I mean, okay. Pick him up. Yeah, Anyway. Um yeah. Find out more about that. That seems like it's right up your alley. Yeah. This Okay, we'll get to it tomorrow. Okay? After you do your homework, Okay. Thanks. All right, Speaking of homework. Committed. I started to watch Alan versus Pharaoh, which is about Woody Allen and Mia Farrow's relationship over the years, which eventually led Tonto Court case in which Woody Allen had to defend himself against Child sexual abuse allegations with one of his daughters and It's there. They're doing a really, really great job, telling the story from Mia Farrow's point of view. That's a fair way of saying yes. I have to say. It is extremely believable everything that they are presenting. Um, the case that they're presenting I feel like if this was the whole case that was presented in court, there's no way That Jury would not have believed. Mia Farrow or all the witnesses or the child? Um Dylan. Farrow is her name. Who's a grown woman now, But she still sticks to her story and Thieve. I really I really think if you watch it's about an hour long. This episode. It comes out every Sunday on HBO. Max. There's just a whole bunch of things that all start to add up to make sense. Like if you go back and look at his films, Okay, like, Take the film Manhattan. It's about a 42 year old man dating a 17 year old. And it is said to be inspired by his alleged relationship with this model named Christina Englehart. Will they interview her? She's a part of the documentary. And she says they met when she was 16 she and would he didn't start dating until she was 17 and their relation continued relationship continued until she was about 23. It is a It's so clear that she was the muse for this movie. Well then. Princeton University. A representative from there has draft of Woody Allen's archived screenplays that he gave to them and a lot of them are, you know, just drafts that maybe movies did not get made and things like that. But many of those Films are about teenage girls and an older man. So then you you get to MIA, encouraging Woody Allen to spend one on one time with Suni, one of their older kids because she was more withdrawn than the other kids, and then you get to hear about their back stories. You know how they were adopted at what age they were adopted. What their personalities. They're like the trauma that they may have experienced before they were adopted. And what they do is they intersperse, um, audio clips of Woody Allen's, um, autobiography from last year. And so they take Kim. You know the audio portion of the book. Saying a zoo. We chatted up the game. I found myself enjoying her company more than I should have. So you take all of these bits and pieces and witnesses and nannies and Dylan's own stories and Video footage that Mia Farrow took when Dylan first starts telling her story. Who me a telling her what happened? And Mia thought. Well, I'm just going to take out the video camera. Anytime she starts talking about this. Woody Allen cited the story is that Mia Farrow Coached her and you don't really see any evidence of that. So if you're interested in this story again, there are two episodes out right now on HBO. Max. It's called Allen versus Pharaoh, and it is just to me it's It's really captivating because you want to get to the bottom of it. Sure you want to know the truth. And It's really, really well done Storytelling. Yeah. I was on the outside, looking in with the story and watched Episode one and it was it is very It is very well done. And you make a good point that it is from the perspective of Mia Farrow. And so you need to take that into account, but There's some objectively really weird things that happened there, most notably, he's married to his access. Adopted daughter. Yes, Let's all disagree over a cup of coffee that that's weird. Correct. I really really would love for you to just check it out. And just tell me your opinion because we should face time each other when we watch it. I love it. I can't What time I just remembered. I can't because I don't have Internet, okay? All right, um, also speaking of movies. The full trailer, I guess is out for the operation Varsity blues, So we heard a little snippet. And then we were. We were commenting on the acting and the voice acting all of that. So Operation Varsity blues about the college admission scandals coming out on Netflix March 17th have a ST Patty's Day, everybody and with that we now have a full length trailer. I'll have us listen to about the first minute and 10 seconds of it. And this in the movie they are using doing reenactments of actual FBI wiretapped phone tapped calls these air real conversations that happen and it goes from enacting portion into typical documentary style where person is talking at camera. Real life player. You know what I mean with that? Here is the trailer for Operation Varsity Blues. All of our friends are only talking about one thing. And it's this story. An FBI investigation called Operation Varsity.
Fresh update on "dylan" discussed on Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
"The marketing skills that I needed and help me get the inventory that I needed, like the molds, and it just put me in a group of other girls that want the same thing that I do is want to start their own business, Want to be entrepreneurs and wanna be successful in life Life in Richmond Group also facilitates tours of historically black colleges and Alexia got to visit many schools back east on the tour. We got, like, accept Dylan spot, and so it just Give me the experience of all I can do this, and I want to do this 93% of young women who take this college tour end up going to college. Monica now also offers five paid internships. Every year at Queens scare, the young women learned how to make the products. They work in the shop, and they learn about marketing and business plans. I think the most fulfilling thing is that all of our young lady's pretty much have become very altering stick, young ladies, you know, working and social service fields working in fields where they give back and I think that that is Kind of the basis of why we're doing this because it really is about community development. And I really am dedicated to making sure that the African American presence grows in the central district. So we just want to welcome everyone to come on back to come. And to add to the vibrancy of this neighborhood. Go to my northwest dot com slash Rachel Bell to find out more about Queen care, and the young Queen's program sounds like a good idea. Getting good. Started early, learning how to start and start a business and make it thrive. And, of course, that's what makes the neighborhood interesting delivered. It is 8 53. Let's get a look at Cairo radio. Real time traffic.
Tiger Woods In Stable Condition, Suffered ‘Serious Injuries To Both Legs’ In Los Angeles Rollover Crash
"Tiger Woods car crash that did occur today. Early this morning at about 7:10 A.m.. Pacific time They just had a press conference. It's still ongoing will play Ah little chunk from that will start it off with Alex. Little in the way of who is the L. A County sheriff. Today at 7 12 in the morning, Lomita Sheriff Station received a call of a solar vehicle collision. In Harbor or Hawthorne Boulevard north of Follows. Word is drive. We arrived on scene at 7:18 A.m. and discovered this solo vehicle collision and the sole occupant was again Tiger Woods. And, uh, deputies. At the time. They did not see any evidence of impairment. Anything that of concern. Obviously, the life setting majors. They had to be taken for the occupant of the vehicle, and chief Osby will speak to that regard. And it was a solo vehicle. The vehicle travel several 100 ft. From the center center divider at the intersection and rested on the on the west Side of the road in the brush. Sustained major damage the vehicle you've seen all the images of that. Well if the deputies arrived on scene, there's a vehicle has rolled over. There's someone inside the vehicle. They can't remove him. Obviously that Z. We'll leave it at that. He was he was he was alive and he was he was conscious. And That's the extent of that There was no evidence of impairment so subsequent to that we're not gonna make any. There was no effort to draw blood, for example, at the hospital scene, no evidence of impairment at this point in time, but I'll let Chief Cosby Morning conscious when you got there. Did he say anything to the paramedics who arrived? And can you tell us a little bit more? If we didn't use the jaws of life? How exactly that that extrication process take place. Okay? The information I got back from my personnel, and the things that they do is they would do a scene assessment. Was brought to my attention that he was conscious now exactly what was said is unknown, but he was conscious. Our personnel making assessment to make a determination that level of consciousness, make sure that they're breathing, control any serious bleeding and then control and address any serious injuries. It was brought to my attention that he had serious leg injuries and that was assessed at the Internet. The jaws of life are used as part of the package to extricate people that are trapped in vehicles. But it was later determined and brought to the attention that the jaws of life we're not used to extricate Tiger Woods. We use the Holiday Inn to what is to use for prying. We also use an ax to pry him from the vehicle. He was taken from the vehicle with see a collar and a backboard for spinal precautions. He was had the proper splints because of the nature of the Internet being a solar vehicle rollover on the fact that it required it next location that meant trauma center criteria, the nearest trauma center to the area's harbor. Usually hospital where he was transported the state serious but stable condition, which leg That I do not know. It was my understanding that it serious injuries to both legs. Well, the interior the Cabinet of the vic was more or less intact. The front end was totally destroyed The bumpers everything was destroyed. Airbags deployed all of that. And however, thankfully, the interior was more or less intact, which kind of gave him Cushion to survive What's otherwise would have been a fatal crash. Wow. So there you go. Once again. Those were the voices of L. A county Sheriff Alex Villalta Wave and the fire chief Darryl Osby. So just the kind of recap that no evidence of impairment was little bit bizarre to may. Where they said that twice and there were still reporters and I get reporters have to ask questions. But how many times you gonna ask the question? Where things removed from the scene like it's almost as if the reporters not that they were rooting for it. But as they didn't want to accept that there was no evidence of impairment. So, according to the other county sheriff Alex Dylan, the way of a no evidence of impairment. He was conscious. At the scene. When the authorities did arrive. At first we thought jaws of life were used. Not the case. And there were injuries to both legs. Now the extent of those injuries we don't know Jason Sobel. He did have this tweet. He's a Gulf writer for the action network. Reports from the scene between paramedics and this was actually from ESPN are that Tiger Woods is potentially broken both of his legs. He was alert and conscious when they took him from the car. And placed them in the ambulance. And then the last piece of information from that. When you did hear it was either Daryl or Alex speak. Was that the interior cushion of the vehicle allowed him to be alive. Otherwise it would have been a fatal crash. So clearly you see the photos right now, and I see the video of the car being removed. And you look at that vehicle. Tiger Woods is lucky to be alive now. I don't know how he crashed his car. Heck. I think some of the speculation quite frankly, I get why there's speculation, especially with this past. Why? I think some of the speculation is just wildly unfair and gross and we'll see what it does turn into B. But all we could tell you right now is what the authorities say that there's no evidence of impairment. So I take their their word for what it's worth, and I'll accept that. And I think everyone is or almost everyone has been in a car crash, whether it's minor or major. There could be multiple reasons why someone crashes a car. You may be unfamiliar with roads. You could be distracted whether it's Texan. Or you didn't get a good night's sleep the night before. I don't know what the reason is why this crash did occur. And maybe it's what Fox News said he was late. What happens when you're late? I think we've all been in a car before. And you've been late. And you're speeding. And when you're in a frantic state, not done saying tigers in a frantic state, But when you're trying to get to some place knowing you're a little bit late, and Fox, who said he was going to meet as part of this shoot with Drew Brees and Justin Herbert, and sometimes the speed of the car does go up. And according to what we've read, he was going at a pretty high speed. We don't know what that number was, and maybe just simply lost control the vehicle. So that's the latest
Woody Allen slams 'Allen v. Farrow' docuseries revisiting sexual abuse claim
"Woody Allen responds to a damning new docuseries the early nineties. Allegations that Woody Allen molested is then seven year old daughter, Dylan Farrow are the main focus of the HBO docuseries Alan V. Pharaoh, which includes extensive interviews with Dylan, her mother, Mia Farrow, and a bunch of others that lead viewers to believe Dylan was abused by Alan. The filmmakers say they reach down Talyn to tell his side, but he never responded. Now he's out with a statement, saying the documentarians had no interest in the truth, calling the allegations categorically false and the Syriza's a
Firefighter Injured Battling Silverado Fire To Be Released From Santa Ana Hospital, SE Of Los Angeles, After 17 Surgeries
"One of the two Orange County firefighters critically injured during the Silverado fire near Irvine in October, is scheduled to be released from the hospital today. Dylan event I warden spent 114 days in the OC Burn Center in Santa Ana. He's 26 years old, along with the fellow ferret firefighter was critically hurt. October 26th well setting backfires underwent 17 surgeries placed in a medically induced coma. Intubated at one point will now begin rehab the UC Irvine Medical
McDowell beats 100-1 odds for upset Daytona 500 victory
"After nearly six hour delay for rain that fell on lap fifteen in the sixty third running of the Daytona five hundred the race ended in a fiery finishes Michael McDowell took the checkered flag for the first time this Cup series career in the biggest race of the year make that was in fourth on the final lap and made a move with this poor performance teammate Brad Keselowski going into turn three Keselowski got turned into teammate Joey Logano and was then hit by Kyle Busch forcing him up into the catch fence ripping up the car's fuel cell and bursting into flames NASCAR through the caution is make dell chase Elliott Austin Dillon try to respect to the checkered flag Kelly and Dylan would finish second third respectively Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida
What Is Your Back Catalogue Worth?
"What's asiapac. A low worth has an intrinsic value to you as well as the audience. You're creating for go back catalogue is when you create work. This not just focus on what's current but takes account of the longer term. It's content that pertains fairly because there's something universal and perennial about it in this way. Not only is it valuable to others. It also helps manual position in the marketplace. Currently there's a flurry of music. Artists alina back catalogs. The lives of bob dylan new young secure of done it even dolly parton thinking about pissing beat to be head so if you build an audience share content defines. Its home of your audience. Your back catalogue can also become something. That's desirable catholic. A work is your audience can always access. It's worth the grows and evolves alongside your audience. You can become a self replenishing goldman in times of new clients have improved that you'll someone who does the work and potential clients getting comfortable with your approach. A website that shares one or two articles every now and then feta video and if you four-page e books does not come across as high value however one of the back catalogue of regla audio writing and video content posted over a period of time suggests is a place of value to us on a u. at the media online in two thousand and twenty joe pelosi said to everyone but anyone michelle content if it went tomorrow. If not your content you have a problem a back cutler means you invite days that you share today but also track record that shows. You're someone who keeps and has kept on giving me never become irrelevant by choosing to rest for used in the past with touring on home to the ever-growing increase in streaming. We're seeing a trend for music. Artists selling the rights at back. Catalogues artists unrealized by a cashing. In on the value of songs they produce david as uk based rotea fund. Hypnosis is obtaining the rights to artists from blondie to mark ronson in the sky article musical journalist. David sinclair said. If you're talking with the idea if you're a rockstar. If you bob dylan you're thinking to yourself. This might be time. He's getting twenty using comp one year right that in a lump sum in sakir who sold the rights to one hundred. Thirty five songs to hypnosis. I'm humbled that songwriting. And given me the privilege of communicating with others being a part of something bigger than myself autism now handing over the word ridden and shed over the years for fake off certainly does not mean tied in this context. This story of selling bank catholics chimes with how we in the beats a bass bass produce work for an audience. It proves that when you work is relevant to others this more reason to keep going the blog articles you produced back in two thousand nine nineteen. Maybe didn't get many views when they were first published. But that doesn't mean the not value sitting within your overall bank of work similar to music artists. Your job is to keep plane so that you keep developing your audience when people find you they can then join the dots and get a more complete picture of y you share is relevant to them. Those articles that received little traffic into nineteen are important in the context of your overall efforts. A moment in time should not be your only anka booting up a back catalog of which shows in your work over time making it easier for people to make a decision on whether to buy or subscribe. Starting the a space that people can visit but also record of how you've developed in the music industry return longevity. What about you. How will you know wherever you're back catalogue is where something it won't be. The same. ballpark is bob. Dylan's three hundred million pounds. When he sold his six hundred songs universal music for how we find out. If what you share has worth you would. Immediate has been around every week apart from some short breaks since october. Two thousand thirteen almost eight years. Now here's why building a back. Catalog of content provides vani in both the short and long after the first one. Is this over time. People see the value provide be prepared to play. The long game is so important. I wonder where ought be now if i hadn't been producing content every week for you at the median. I reckon it would be somewhere where i am today when people recognize. Your work is something that they can get behind you have a license to develop momentum secondly it can support your wider efforts. Your back catalog makes it easier to introduce for new initiatives. The one thing that has remained constant from me has been my writing. This was the tree. I planted back in twenty thirteen and new branches of grown. It made introducing in person and then online live events easier. Don't think of the word you produce in isolation look at it as a way to connect your intentions and third lake is greater use beyond the immediate space producing a back. Catalog extend your scope by this. I mean what stance a piece of work in one channel can extend into other formats. For instance blogs have become talked topics for other people's podcast. One single article became a webinar in april. Twenty twenty on your first ten email subscribers the next point is that it becomes and it brings people closer or from people. The proof of the work. You've already done helps you by helping them. Make a decision go back catalogue in contrast to say tha that competitors whose output may be more sporadic demonstrates perseverance. Next point is that it contributes to sales while message of this. You the media online. That i'm talking to you now is not around selling your business based on your content. Your work can be indirectly related to revenue for instance. The world you produce can also present a way to sell products and services but in a way that isn't merely emphasizing for instance being a trusted business increases the impact. You can make and this links to one of the aspects of what the month of learning represents a recent podcast looked at the impact of trust. Next is your were becomes a reference and search to your back catalogue can become a place for us to take from an somewhere. Search engines recognize websites. We've over three hundred and eleven index pieces of work c. Two hundred and thirty six percent more traffic than no sign of not too many pages and this is ups ball. What this means. Is that the better. Your ongoing work is indexed. There is more for a search engine to look through and support your search rankings ultimately ultimately want visit us to stick around on your site for that you need to offer work they will enjoy and lastly grow from it. The more you practice delivering something the better you become by learning. How the audio space works. I've become a better speaker by sharing a short video every week for the of the media weekly email. I think become a better presenter by writing every week. I've become a stronger writer. Whilst as an emphasis on creating roughness never forget this contributes to your own personal development. Let's roundup similar to writing and sherry music. You just put all your effort into a once a year christmas. Oh you have to keep introducing new material. That can stand the test of time all comes down to having that ability to keep going is what you're creating talking to be worth. Something is what you're producing contributing to your overall message actions in commercial delivery to give you the freedom to play an experiment. Why if your entire back catalogue disappear tomorrow but people let you know what they show concern. You're back catalogue is your commercial worth directly and indirectly and it's important to keep on playing for the audience as you show up to it
CDC recommends double masks to protect against COVID-19
"CDC report just out this morning recommends to tactics we could try when using masks to slow the spread of covert 19. One is to use a mask fitter that works to keep the mask in place on your face. The other is to double mask with a cloth mask over a surgical mask for more. We're joined live on the KCBS Ring Central News Line by Dr Abrar Koran. Physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Thanks very much for talking to us today, So let's start with the mask fitters. The ones I've seen are sort of a frame that keep the edges of your mask pushed against your face. Is that what we're talking about? Yeah, That's exactly right. So these fitters basically tighten up the sides of the mask and the nose part of Damascus well, so that you don't have any leakage around the sides or or near the nose when you're bleeding out. That's not with a wire. Well, there's different companies making different fitters. One of them has fixed the mask, which I believe is actually based out of the Bay Area, and they use a sort of plastic material that is comfortable. It's not that tried one myself. Okay. And And what about the double masking with cloth and surgical Yeah, So the idea here is basically that the surgical mask actually is made of a mountain flowed material that actually has a very good job in terms of filtering on filtration, But the fit is not great. So you have fit issues around the side. The ideas the cloth masks. And provide a better fit if it's fitted tightly over your surgical masks. Is it important? Do you think T have two different kinds of fabric? The cloth of the mask and the whatever it is that they make the surgical masks that if I don't wanna call paper, but whatever. Yeah, I do. Because if you're wearing two surgical masks, we're getting the same fit. You're not getting a better fit. Where's with the cloth mask to get a better fit on bats? What was tested in the CDC study that was released today. I so little pleat on the sides of the massive that eliminates many gapping. But you know, I have a sewing machine and console so Not everyone's able to do that. I've seen online some folks who are using three d copiers to make a mask that fits you specifically. Yeah. I mean, there is a lot of innovation in this space and anything that can improve the fit is going to help. And the idea here is twofold. One is that it's going to reduce the amount that you Are emitting from your own mouth into the environment and then also will minimize the amount that you are breathing in from the environment. How much of a difference does it make? Just aware? You know, if you're wearing a mask with these big gaps on your Side of your face versus either the double or the fitter. Well, I'll take you right to the CDC data. So the medical procedure math that was not fitted, blocked only 42% of particles in a simulated cost and across mask blocked only 44% when they combined. Cloth mask and the medical procedure. Massive block 92.5%. You're pushing for us with something called a national high Five Mask initiative. Tell us about that. Yeah, so myself and two of my colleagues wanted Dr Rana Dylan, One doctor, and one is Mr ST Krishna. We've been actually pushing for this since last spring with the idea that Everybody should have access to the best mass possible as doctors means a doctor Dylan. We were at 95, Mass in the hospital, and that's prevented us from getting infected throughout the year. Ondo. Actually, even at my own hospital, there was an outbreak of infections when surgical masks were used, so we are pushing for people in the community to get access to higher grade, higher quality Mass with good fit. I can help prevent transmission and infection. You know some of this stuff just looking through Amazon for mass. What do you suggest folks do to try and find something That's a little more, you know that they would do this more. Yes, This is a tricky situation because we the market that's out there right now. There's a lot of mass on there that are not really tested and trialed and there are some counterfeit as well. What I can tell you is this There are some standards that are gonna be coming out this year that are going to be publicly available for the mask that you buy, which will tell you that fix the filtration and the breathe ability. All right. We'll be waiting for that. Thanks very much for talking to us. Dr. Abrar Correct. Curren, Physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School case.
Explosive Woody Allen Documentary Series Coming To HBO
"Jason the controversies of Woody Allen's Life Getting the miniseries Treatment from HBO. Careful saying is being done to kid Kallen v. Pharaoh will do a deep dive into the marriage of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow and the allegations of sexual abuse by their daughter. Dylan says he molested her when she was seven. Couldn't believe it little feature interviews with Mia Dillon and more, but it appears Alan is not involved, and he's denied the allegations. For decades. Allenby Pharaoh was shot in secret, and it debuts two weeks
Korpisalo makes 31 stops, Blue Jackets beat Blackhawks 2-1
"The others corpus hello want to match up of long time friends by stopping thirty one shots in the blue jackets to one win over the Blackhawks corporate cell got the better of blackrock's net minder and fellow Finn Kevin Rankin who handle twenty five shots that was great I mean just battling against your one of the best friends you have I'm not you know getting away and that was that was really fun Oliver Bjorkstrand provided the opening goal on a power play in the first period he also set up Eric Robinson's breakaway they gave Columbus a two nothing lead in the second period your extreme has three goals and eight points in his last seven games Dylan Strome had Chicago's lone goal and he almost died on a referendum was blocked by Vladislav gaffer cop early in the second period I'm the ferry
Should I get a prototype made and how do I do it?
"This is dylan from orlando florida. And i've been listening to this show for almost two years now like a lot of people. I want to make twenty twenty one year. That i get going on my side hustle. I really feel like i'm ready to go. But i have a question regarding prototyping products that you've actually mentioned. in previous episodes. You brought up a company. Called product is being accompanied. Look into forgetting prototypes made. I've also come across. A company called brainchild engine. So my question is what factors should be taken into account in valuated when deciding what company contact about having a prototype mate. I'm unsure of the relative pricing in. Just any red flags to look out for us especially with the goal of getting a well-made prototype. Always appreciate your help. Chris team happy new year. Hey dylan what's up. Thank you so much the question. I'm excited to hear about your big twenty twenty one idea. So let's talk about it. I i learned about product from pat. Flynn pat as a friend of mine who hosts multiple podcasts and youtube channels. He does all kinds of stuff. Amazing guy featured his adventures in designing and manufacturing a physical product or loggers in episode ninety nine. I believe now. When i say product and dylan mentioned that as well. We're not actually mispronouncing it. That's the name of the company. Prouduct dot com. I have no affiliation with them except for various research a big thing that product does. Is they kind of guide you through. The process of working with an overseas factory and their objective is to provide a turnkey service for all parts of that process like all communication points. Everything that needs to happen. So when you think about a prototype there are early. Stage prototypes and going to market prototypes. And an early stage prototype is when you're trying to figure out like what is my idea how represented there's lots of different ways. It could be done. What is the best way. A go to market prototype is what you need right before you commit to making it thousands of them or some other large number that leverages the benefits of overseas manufacturing so. It's almost two different experiences. Although of course they're connected so dylan asks what factors should be taken into account and evaluated when deciding which company to contact about having your prototype made so i think again. Just kind of rewind a bit the three factors i think are not just for your prototype for your whole thing it. How complex the product. How far along are you in the process. And how much help do you need. Those are my three factors. How complex is the product. How far along are you in the process. How much help do you need because for your you know early stage prototype. You might need product or brainchild engineering or any other company. That does something similar in addition to path people. I know who've been successful doing this. They don't just have an idea actually have a clear market. They have a platform what they need help with is the design and engineering their actual product. You know whatever it is so if you're looking for a turnkey solution that does everything for a price and that's kind of the direction to go looking to one of these companies or vendors or do you just need help with one part of the problem that might be a little bit different than you might want to spend some time on alibaba looking at different factories. And maybe going from there. We had a number of episodes of people who've worked directly with factories. So there's many different paths you can take But hopefully those answers those questions. Let's say might help you take the next. Step your answers to those questions. How complex is the product. How far along are you in the process. And how much help do you need.
French sailor wins solo global race after 80 days
"End end tonight tonight to to the the world's world's toughest toughest sailing sailing race race as as the the leading leading boats boats crossed crossed the the line line in in an an unusually unusually close close finish. Solo nonstop race around the world is ending where it began on the western coast of France, 80 days and more than 24,000 miles ago. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. French sailor Sharlee Dahlen was the first to arrive in the port of Lee Sabot alone on France's Atlantic Coast, A Z took his first steps on land and 2.5 months, fans screamed out his name and cameras snapped away. His arrival into the Bay of Gastonia in the Dark was broadcast on the French nightly news and streamed online. Dahlen crossed the finish line in 80 days, six hours, 15 minutes and 47 seconds. And the Robertson, a spokesman for the race, said the 36 year old bombed a Globe rookie clearly has what it takes. I think self reliance is the primary requirement on obviously substantial ocean racing experience, and it tends to be the absolute pinnacle of a solo ocean racers career. The grueling conditions of the race took their toll. Eight skippers were forced to drop out after their yachts were damaged. One sailors boat was split in half during a storm off the Cape of Good Hope, Andy Robertson. It's about avoiding the worst of the big winds with in this race. We've seen 50 to 60 knots at times and used the best of the systems to go fast. This is the most competitive race since the Van Day Glo began in 1989. Nine of the top boats are racing to the finish within 600 miles of each other. They survive. You will see God coming through. It is a castle. Mm, French commentators said the sailors were arriving in a pack as if they'd been out on a little excursion, not 80 days around the planet. Just because Dylan crossed the line first doesn't mean he'll win. Three other skippers close behind him have time bonuses after rescuing that sailor whose boat split in two, so the winner won't be known until their final times are in Eleanor
Los Angeles City Councilman Kevin De León Stumbles Through Pledge Of Allegiance
"L. A City Council meeting. Got off to a rough start for one council member. Mr Dylan, Can you please leaders in the Pledge of Allegiance this morning? I think you're much better present. Be another Councilman Kevin Day Leo and started off strong but seem to have forgotten the words I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America. Invincible Budge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America. It was clear by the end that it didn't go too well. Well. Liberty and justice for all. Back Live daily own, was sworn in in October to replace Councilman Jose We's our and
Mozambique: UN responds as thousands are hit by Cyclone Eloise
"Un agencies have stepped up to help communities in mozambique affected by tropical cyclone. Louise just three weeks after. Devastating tropical storm at chalene made landfall. Louise hit bearer a major city in sofala province in central mozambique at the weekend bringing high winds heavy rains and severe flooding. preliminary figures. Indicate that at least six people died in the latest tragedy. The storm also damaged more than eight thousand eight hundred houses and at least twenty. Six health centres and disrupted power and communication links. Within thirty shelters have been set up in the province providing temporary accommodation for around fifteen thousand families. According to the un office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or archer churches mosques and some government offices are also housing the displaced many of whom fled with little more than the clothes on their backs said pull dylan a spokesperson from the un international organization migration. Im
Why is Ty Dillon excited?
"All right. Dylan's going to try to make this year's daytona five hundred forgotten brothers racing and their ninety six car and he has some thoughts about this exciting opportunity. Yeah i'm very excited. And extremely thankful for the opportunity. Not only from mardian. God brothers racing from toyota side as well to to allow me to come into their equipment. I'm really excited as an opportunity of a lifetime for me to get in equipment and the top four or five so This is a great chance for me to kind of get my feet back under me and show people what i can do. And let's do it with a great team with solid leadership and a sponsor that has done a lot for me in my career With with bass. Pro shops and johnny morris and then to bring new brand on For me personally was black rifle coffee. They have such an awesome company led by better Which is a cool company to be partnered with as well so great opportunities. Come about and i'm seeing. This year is an opportunity to grow and started a new direction in my career path and i still believe with all my art that i'm not one of the best drivers in the sport championship. Winning driver and i can win races In the right situation so this is just another great step to further opportunities
How 'Bout Dem Apple Seeds
"Okay thomas we are talking about apple's today. Why don't you tell our listeners. Even got started down this weird little apple path so a few weeks ago i saw video of a dude eating apple from the bottom. And you know. I it up to the pitch me and at the time all i wanted to find out from the team was whom amongst us was with me in eating the entire. It was just way to start to get the conversation going. Yeah i remember. And i was horrified to find out so many members of our team eat the whole apple. We were pretty divided down the middle. Yeah that's right and the discussion led to the possible dangers of eating the apple seeds. Some of us had heard they might be toxic. Some of us hadn't so here we are chatting away about them apples and the science behind whether or not you can eat the core why we are here. Today is pretty cool. Yeah totally and i found a food. Scientists to help explain it all could also My name is islami outs. For last shoddy. I am senior lecturer in the department of food. Science outsider jackets ally investment technology. Islamia is a few scientists beast in nigeria and she told me on the one hand apples. Are these magical fruits. That are really nutritious. And good for you apple's Poplar fruits us are reaching nutrients such as anti oxidants minera house vitamese dietary fiber is an auditor nutrients but their seats are different than their flesh. Yeah exactly what i'd always heard. Is that apple. Seeds have like some amount of cyanide in them you know like generally not something that is good for humans i mean yes and no i asked islam yacht to explain it and it's a little more complicated seeds that is in the center of harpool copy above causing poisoning because the seed contains it compounds. That is called. I mean. I lean mick. Dolan is a compound that's found and lots of natural plants and things that humans eat such as apples but also peaches apricots and almonds. They're is a similar compound and cassava he staple in nigeria and on its own mattie in seeds a midland is usually harmless to people no concerns there but what is potentially concerning is when digestive enzymes in our bodies come in contact with the michelin and when they combine the enzyme breaks away the sugars in the dylan and leaves cyanide which could potentially lead to cyanide poisoning. What do you mean. Potentially thomas say more. Well the conditions have to be just right mattie for this to be more of a concern for starters the midland in apple seeds is encased by pretty tough outer layer in order to expose them make the land to our digestive enzymes have to chew those seeds really really. Well okay i get it and even whole eating monsters like you. Thomas are generally crushing those seeds down to a fine pace with your teeth right exactly. Mattie as much as i love that tidal more importantly though there's not enough apple seeds in one or two apples to really show in effect on our bodies the amount of cyanide that does get formed if at all our livers are pretty good at filtering out those hawks
Stamkos has goal, 2 assists as Lightning beat Blackhawks 5-1
"The reigning Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning crush the Chicago Blackhawks five one Wednesday night in Tampa the lightning broke out to a three nothing start in the first hundred blood opened the scoring knocking in a rebound past Chicago's net minder Malcolm soo ban on the power play Matthew Joseph Anthony surreally also got their first goals of the season Sumanth seem to tighten up his game in the second but could not tonight Steven Stamkos who scored the lightning's fourth goal from his favorite spot in the left circle it's the best I've I've felt a long time you know it's tough sometimes in camp in those scrimmages you're that intensity is just just not there and when you get into real action like I said the the instincts take over Britain point added one more in the third before Chicago's Dylan Strome spoiled Andre vessel Leschi shutout Walter Morris again Tampa
Shakira sells music publishing rights to UK company
"10 wins entertainment, another pop stars cashing in on the rights to her music. Oh, baby, When you talk about Shakira has sold 100% of her music publishing rights and includes her entire catalog, eating the size of my bother the company that bought the rights hypnosis songs. Fun, did not disclose financial details of the sale. But Bob Dylan and Neil Young have recently sold some of their catalogs for big money. As for secure, the 43 Year old has more top 10 hits on the Billboard hot Latin Songs chart than any other female act. Correspondent Matt
How to get started on personalized journal idea
"I have an idea for custom physical journal. And i'm wondering where i can start getting a created no manufactured or printed and Just those aspects of publishing in addition. They're away to legally protect specialized journals such as like a copyright trademark. I don't think trademarks work. But copyright for instance anyways they give all the help and guidance. You give the poor to hear from him dylan. What's up man. Thank you so much for listening. I hope the money tree is helpful. And this is an interesting idea. Interesting and also feasible. We've talked about a lot of journals here on the podcast. I need to like journal. Capped just because there's so many but the thing is there are a lot of journals because there's a large journal writing appetite these days. My friend had been sent me one recently called amongst mind that i'm looking forward to checking out but i feel like pretty much every month. Someone sends me new different kind of journal. Or i hear about a different kind of journal. So there's probably not an unlimited demand for these personalized customized journalists but it is a big market so there is a path all right. So if dylan wants to make his own. You know what needs to happen here. Basically everything that needs to happen falls into three categories design printing and marketing. So first of all design now for all of our desires out there. They're not going like to hear this but in this situation at least it's probably the easiest part of the process so dylan already has a specific idea for his journal. He knows what's going to make it unique or different. All he needs is a partner who can help him execute that idea and so if he doesn't have someone in mind i would look on upwork. Go to upwork dot com where you can find any number of qualified and reasonably priced candidates. Of course there's a process to it you want to look at people's portfolios and such make sure you're clear about what you need including specs and file types which connect to the next part of the process but first of all you need a design partner And you can find one and upwork if you don't mind already so second part of the process printing now here you have. A number of options might be best to categorize them geographically local national or international. So first of all it doesn't hurt to check with a local printer like if their pricing was reasonable than that could solve a lot of other problems for you. You just have a local relationship you can go and pick them up easy in terms of national. What i mean here is a company like printing for less dot com. I used to be a customer printing for less long ago. I have no other relationship with them. Technically they are local printer based in montana but their entire focus is on doing print jobs for customers all across the us. in fact they claim to be i. I ever online printer. I'm sure there are others now as well and what these national printers do is they typically promised better pricing an internet friendly experience that your local printers may or may not have and if you're printing a lot of journals than the third option international might be the cheapest be aware that this is also going to increase your lead time and add a lot of complexity to the process so you're going to arrive by container ship which takes weeks or months. You'll need to work with a foreign company or there might be customs or import duties. Your minimum order quantity is probably going to be a lot higher long story short there for your first time. I would start with one of the other two options. Okay now we come to the third category marketing right now. That's everything that we talk about here on the podcast. I can't just briefly summarize marketing and by the way even though this is technically the last stage of the process like you need to have a design need to have a fiscal product created manufactured printed. Marketing is something you should be thinking about from the beginning. you know. that's why a lot of these journals being crowd funded. The right crowdfunding campaign isn't just about the product. It's about the brand. It's about the message. This is actually where. I would spend the bulk of my time. Because the marketing the branding is going to affect the design. You know it's not like you start with the design and say how do we market it. I would kind of go the other way around or at least a line him and make sure they're integrated now. I think dillon also ask something about copyright. We've had a number of other episodes dealing with that in detail but the short version nair is everything that you make on the internet. Once you make your first prototype once you have the design. It's automatically copyrighted okay. It doesn't mean it's always going to be protected doesn't mean someone come along and try to copy it but that's something to deal with later if it comes up much more important. Think about what is this going to be. How am i going to make it the most amazing journal so that it can compete and stand out with everything else.
Elon Musk is now the richest person in the world, passing Jeff Bezos
"Elon Musk is now the richest person in the world a 4.8% rally and Tesla's share price on Thursday to day Boosted Dylan must past Amazon founder Jeff Bezos on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. A ranking of the 500 wealthiest people. Do you think that's because of the results of now with the whole move, too? Maybe electric cars by 2038 or whatever he said No, But I think with Maybe that might be a reaction to the seats going one way and now having control and therefore they might be pushing that forward. Sure. And then stocks and yeah, you know, I mean, I don't know. I think he had his green deal is something where he wants to eliminate all emissions by like 2038 or something like
"dylan" Discussed on Pantheon
"How everything exists at once looking at different angles and time does constructed but the music is is like that i think improper burlesque and it's very difficult for me to get through that for empire burlesque. I i try to listen. But after about the problem with the listening to dylan dylan album all the way through. It's actually a big mistake. A lot of the time like listening to empire burlesque. All the way through is kind of a fool's errand. It's or it's more than i can take whereas listening to an individual song from empire burlesque. That's why you know just listening to clean cut kid on its own. I think it's great but when it's in the middle of the album. I i'm already exhausted and i just think it's sort of trite but Yeah that's i should. I should put everything on shuffle and start again basically. Yeah a great way to especially when when you've done a lot of it as we have in your and what i find. So what i love about about dylan is the great revisitation that he brings home just a his work but to your life as the as the listener because he's about reinvention he's about revocation he's got this incredible ability to even when he just lie down and diamond seventy five. You've done the best work in the will. He says not on another album got this new thing called rough and rowdy ways. You've got to listen to it guys. And you're like whoa. I'm we as as humble partake is in in his art. Get of that intravenous whatever. It is intravenous revocation into all veins. So i'm sitting around listening to that thing on on the train. Everyone's in what it came out. And i'm thinking my god this man's alive. This man is so alive and it made me feel revivify. Made me feel like okay. Okay you gotta you gotta keep going to be not afraid you to turn up for me. That's a blank page for for you guys. It's a new show..
"dylan" Discussed on Pantheon
"That every little detail you don't remember it all the time we knew who would remember better than you. And it's so direct so to himself so full of that grandiloquent snaring but at his own expense and so dark and so lost and then and then he kinda comes round and he sort of going through the i need and he always stands up right at the front when he sings as he any puffs his chest if you watch him and he goes you know you'll it's been so long now your content to let the days go by. You're not writing good songs when you were there. You were the answer to my prayer forgetful hop and he's it's a companion song. I think to Heart of mine. I love it when he talks to his his own half. And it's about precisely what you're talking about. Which is has he lost it again. And i think that that song lifts the whole album biot- also absolutely defend three or four other songs on. I mean i think beyond here lies. Nothing is a tremendous song. I don't love the don't love the music hate again. But it's got this kind of hot and how it's it's got a kind of what is he saying. I'm trying to remember the words that my ship is in the haba. The sales of spread this me. Pretty baby lay your hand upon my head. It's like i'm ready for death. There's a lot more darkness in their others. Another line about the mountains of the past and is talking as he's always talking about his own work and the thing about dylan album which is a a six or seven hundred foot and ten is always talking about them if we go backwards. There's modern times. Which i think is is in the top five and then if you go forwards..
"dylan" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"Say probably Rate probably now it's probably You know one of the best breaks that actually My cancer ever had the the. My pants are mazing by the way they always drive around wwl. And you know. I don't drive but i think For the most part like You know When you know. Kim the fito downtown cats or ambuhl dogs in going to meet going to meet celebrities going hockey. Go down new hockey games. My dad you know. They're they're my My show four so so So i gave him a break during the pandemic of catch when when when things when things to go back to like beforehand like every single week say okay i gotta go to walk. Oh i got to. I got a meeting the celebrity. I mean the celebrity. Oh so and so. Hey it's it's the you said you have the great parents. So it's it's good that they are because you probably are very busy. I mean you do have when when there's no cova you have three jobs and now you have a tv show. And if you're going out with the family and you have to be back for zoom cau- okay. I got to be back the time schedule. And i'm sure he login to be on time and all of that most most periods. So it's good to hear also how you take a break. Is you enjoy football game. You enjoy a hockey game. You enjoy watching a movie and those are the things that you do to separate your work time From your other choices. That you make in your life dylan. Is there anything that maybe when you were younger you wish you wish you would have known or a mistake that you made that you've learned from you would like to tell others about. That can help us not make the same mistake or know something that would have been helpful for us. it's really good question i can't i can't. I can't think of anything. No no there's everything seems to be going well and i think it's it goes along with your positive liberty right even if something does go wrong. Make adjustments and keep moving on. I think that's kind of the theme of what it is that you do dylan can you. Can you speak of people's character. I think you're you're probably a pretty good judge of people's character in your. You're working in fields that are professional football professional hockey. You're seeing people in the cineplex your meeting celebrities in. You're you're you're probably a pretty good judge of character. How how do you place character in a person's life and how important it is to to have your character right. Well i i i i i i get. I get them engaged into the positive aspect and and to keep the momentum going and and go and stronger each and every single day People think that you're to positive. Dylan come on. I could just be upset sometimes. can i. and you're like no no every now now now now you don't you don't fall for it. You.
"dylan" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"Got in. She cannot leave her hotel room. Forget about the property the room. She cannot leave for a week until she passes Kobe tests every day. So She's basically a prison right now, so go Tanya. Would you have wanted to do that, you know. Let's say you're editor comes to you and says we've got room for another tier one situation I. Would you have been game for that? you know actually driving here. My wife is right next to me I. Don't think she would have been okay with that. I guess depending was more afraid about that moment. Right if my boss is threatening. My job. That I consider it, but otherwise. Maybe the My my wife might outweigh that so probably not. How do you know that she wouldn't prefer that? You Go? That's a very good point. Although we are school districts right now we're talking about. Doing distance learning again and stuff like that. It sounds like the kids will not be returning school. My wife has also I may teacher, so she's GonNa. Be Having to. Do you know teaching her classes over the Internet? So It's going to be pretty busy at the household in terms of. China to educate people trying to get our kids educated so even though I wasn't much of a scholar, myself I believe. My presence might be needed for that. Good Luck! You are a teacher's assistant. For sure given those circumstances. You mentioned trout a little bit earlier. David prices out that Al Carlos. Vela has opted out of MLS. Listen whatever is going on in an athlete's life going on in their life avery Bradley here. We haven't had that not not with the padres. Overall? How are those decisions? You know from Sport Sport I don't know if it's any different dylan, but how are those decisions? Being received at least by the fan base of the said teams and players. I think people understand you know because especially with this Daddy. What's scary? Right it just like every three days. It feels like learning new about this disease right I. Mean You know At first? I mean just Kinda back..
"dylan" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"Does anybody really look at that at same way as I don't know you know any other world series I don't think so right and and I think that even if we might not be totally aware of it subconsciously. At least we do place differences between different championships, and my guess is that this is going to be. The case here is that we will recognize okay. Does this different right you know? We had a different sport. I mean the World Cup over time like. Let's be honest in this. This era Champions League it's Gone Valley's right, and you know the right, so that's Argentina's eighty. Six World Cup out of that compared to the things now I would argue that Argentina's eighty suits. Thing is much more valuable than say Spanish World Cup and twenty ten. You know and I think we do make value judgments, and my guess is that I think people will be able to kinda place the this championship in the proper perspective given you know and again. I think that it's GonNa. Be Pending Right? It's going to depend how good the season is the quality of baseball. What are the problems that arise and I think people take that information again it just it's proper perspective. DYLAN HERNANDEZ LA Times joining us on extra thirteen sixty. I think that that's fair that we might not even know all the details of what a sixty game regular season will look like, and if it's just whoever has the least amount of positive covid nineteen cases that least interrupted their season. Who knows it's some complete. long shot here of the Miami Marlins end up. Winning the world series will probably be remembered a little bit differently, and let's say somebody who would consider to be a legitimate contender under normal circumstances. Right and you know I'm guessing you could either be, Mar.. Market specific right. Say The padres go on and win the the thing and you could save people. San Diego might be excited. PEOPLE IN LA might find a way to well only sixty games. Right and people have here might find okay. Devalue that man you know so and. You know. Get get debated for for decades ago. And I think the opposite would be true for the dodgers have won the division every single year for what seven eight straight. That you will hear it from people here and you'll definitely hear from people in San Francisco in that you could never win it under one hundred and sixty two. Even that the astro thing was the astro thing, but yet like the there will be definite evaluation of that accomplishment if it happens with Los Angeles this year like. Would anybody in Los Angeles apologize for that I. Doubt It I. Don't think anybody in San Diego to apologize for it if it happens here. Yeah you know I. Think what? The dodgers was kind of interesting, though, right? Championships, are there such civic celebrations right? And I think the one thing that's going to be interesting. How most likely I mean, the the just got cancelled today so most likely get a championship will not be able to have a championship parade. You know and. The same thing if the entire city can't really get together to celebrate I, think. Something like that can affect how we judge. Do a championship. About the Lakers I don't know why this came up. They've played the majority of their season handful of games to go specifically for the Lakers, and for the clippers going into the NBA bubble. I don't think that necessarily applies because they're playing..
"dylan" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"Next and will it be baseball next week going off without? As much is a hitch or will it be football? What are we focusing in on? Let's say hello to Dylan Hernandez. WHO JOINS US this afternoon? Extra thirteen sixty, Dylan. It's Darren. How are you my friend? IDEA GREG Undoing well. How have you found your? Fan Lists crowd lists sports viewing. Until this point. Well, honestly I've been playing a lot of fortnight with my six year old. So that's gotTa dominated the other night I did get to watch some of the soccer tournament. You know the the MLS is back. Tournament the La Galaxy Open. Play got to watch a little bit of that and. They did a nice job with that I thought right. I mean it's kind of a made for TV events you know Kinda catered it to make sure it was had a pleading again as a TV product and I'm guessing a lot of the other sports as we following me in that regard. I agree with you I. Think it's kind of fun. It's not what it would be under normal circumstances. Obviously, circumstances are not normal. I can appreciate that major league soccer decided to do something called. The MLS is back tournament. I wonder though and this has come up a little bit. Dylan just with regards to whomever it is if baseball can get itself up and running next week, and if baseball can complete a regular season, and if baseball. Baseball can complete a postseason I wonder you how you will feel about that team that wins the final game of the postseason and is called a world series champ. Now you know you're in Los Angeles you right for the La Times you spent a million years in your life at dodger stadium, this is come up there because of of this thirty plus year drought for the dodgers here where the padres have never won the world series obviously. How do you think that will be will be? How will that land somebody being called a world series champ after this? I think it depends on the season, right? How good the baseball is You know honestly how many guys wound up testing positive and having to drop out. does my trump play if the best player in the game is it part of the season? Obviously, that kind of affects the legitimacy. You Know I. Think though that kind of one thing right? You know when we talk about the legitimacy of the championship. you know we kind of do this thing. I think where right we we just Kinda count the number of championship. This player one this. Franchises one that many and we kinda Senate pretend that they're all equal when they're really not right I. mean you know I to me one thing for example like pre-integration baseball. To me is much different than most integration baseball. Right titles before that you know to me. Don't count as much Even the Houston Astros twenty seventeen world series. Right I mean okay. Yeah, technically, they still right officially. They're still the world series champions..
"dylan" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"I'm your host Kaitlyn Bristowe today on the PODCASTS. We've got power from Bachelor Franchise Dylan and Hannah are here. Being all cute and quarantined. Where are you right now by the way you go? You're in San Diego. Oh lucky you get to go outside or you guys on full. Lock down on people like walking around. We have a sorry people are walking around. We laid out yesterday in the backyard. Got Some Sun so it's really residential area so it's like people walk their dogs and stuff like that but you can't go to a beach. Yeah I mean yeah beaches I would. I WOULD WANNA fight you if you went to the beach. But that's good that you can go out go outside and get some Sun and what what is what is a quarantine day. Look like for you to well. For some reason I keep waking up later later. I don't know if it's like the time change or us just going to bed at two am which that's fine with it but Yeah we've been waking up. Lay on deal brings me coffee. I've been making breakfast and then we just do like little work. Things don't takes the nightshift which does not just Jason do the night shift. Do you have any clue what I'm talking about? I'm like sitting here so confused. What are you? What nate shift are we talking about the night? Shift a lot of friends since everybody's quarantined. They're getting back on xbox and like I guess whenever they're like why or fiances or girlfriends. Whatever GO TO SLEEP DYLAN? All his friends are hop on xbox. And you know playing.
"dylan" Discussed on The Corp
"I I love to hear your biggest high and one of your lows and maybe start with lowes finished with your with your high. Maybe less than that. Our our listeners can can learn from well. I would say lows or just you know adding even recently we're constantly changing our our structure picture and we've had to let go of some people who are very close to being with me for fifteen years and I think that's hard you know you become friendly worked together travelled together so it's hard because you want everyone to grow with you and grow together and it becomes a family and you know sometimes people are strong and business but they don't get along along with everyone or they're. They get along with everyone but they're not strong and it's always hard. I you know as the head of the group to be like you're not gonNA come on this journey with me and so that's that's probably the low <hes> the high is just you know we're. We're about to open Hawaii. We'd we'd just opened Hudson yards we have licensed in Kuwait's and so which is very exciting to open new stores but also dislike when people people I admire people like you or you like like the store and get and get joy out of it That's too high to me because I feel like to me. It's like a creation creation and at night. I feel like people are enjoying it so I'm like it's like a gift back to me so it just makes me really happy yeah. I I I if I want to say okay. Thank you so much you know. I'm a friend of yours and a fan of yours and our listeners. If you haven't been to Dylan's take a ride. It's going to be is going to be awesome. Experiencing ends in you enjoy it. I promise you that Dylan first of all congrats and all your success two thousand and one seems like yesterday what you've done to Dylan Groin at night went to Hawaii why it's been exceptional and you continue to be a great role model not only to my two daughters <hes> like here's why are cut you get to be agree role model for so many people and not just young women. I mean but all the people across the country. Thank you so much. Thank you so much
"dylan" Discussed on The Corp
"That's number one and number two even in the the new the nuances of neighborhoods in different towns real estate is the most local game in any business and you can be in the great town in the right street in the right corner but if you're in the wrong side of the street is batteries estate. Tell me about some of the challenges you've had a in skill. Dylan's uh-huh candidate location location location the first flagship on sixtieth in third. I found that space. I had my eye on it. It was Sam goody and I was like Oh goody. That's a that's a sign. You always looking for signs. I talked about the numbers on the building so I look at it like that but I also knew that was a great corner with a lot of walking traffic but New York has changed a lot of the movie theaters that I was building. My business around had moved. You know certain department stores aren't iron is happening right now. A lot of traffic was moving soho all of a sudden and then the bleaker street and now it's ten yards so a lot of stores around around us over an retailers are seeing stores close so that it's it's been in. It's impacted us in that in New York especially in that you know we we we were thriving off of restaurants being near us and having you know neighbors that are good partners but we're still sort of in a great location occasion in our in our flagship store. New York and New York City and it's a tourist destination Miami were in Lincoln Road. Lincoln road is gone up and down down and all around and I mean I like some of the great now neighbors Williams Sonoma Pottery Barn all move so that's been hard we start lose families and then all of a sudden you know some club goes down the street and they start to get a little bit of a riffraff crowd which makes little so it's interesting being around seventeen years and seeing some of our locations which we took you know and then then you're sort of like but I would say there's certain tried and true areas areas like the easthampton location. I know it's going to be not winter to summer business. We have to close it for winter but it's always you know. There's a local very responsible. Oh customer so I know that's a good store but like you know the bigger cities with all these new locations it is challenging but I think Glenn the lesson I learned. Is You know don't let anyone sign a lease. That's too long you gotta get a clause that gets you out. If you can sub-lease that's important there are some spaces we didn't do that and we're sort of stopped more. You don't really want to put them on the market that you have to get out because it looks bad so many stores move or try to find the new wave and I just think knowing knowing when you're taking that space who's really gonNA stay. You know like Union Square we we were in A. and starbucks is right next to us and we had you know Lululemon right next to a great great great and then we got there and they moved so you know you got an view at a really ask your broker like who's what's their lease and what's going on and what you know. Wade for us we rely on tourists and we rely on family so even as is a city like when Miami got hit with like Zepa or a storm or you know we're in New York. We open right after September eleventh like you can't control troll any those things but I think places that you know are tried and true are always going to be tried and true. You think that requires a lot of fortitude who'd like I think about Your Business. Thousand one is time so not talk about just the strength of you see Miami. Go Up and down down and yeah how do you how do you coach your team to manage that. How do you whether that well. You know it's it's challenging when our managers are like bombed because you know traffic ethic is down and we can't control it or traffic's up and we don't know. Is it spring break. What is it so we we we forecast in look at what happened last year and try to take in all all those considerations but we just open Hudson Yard in it's rocking and knows a lot of publicity around it but I'm realistic to sort of set our number's lower are so that I feel like. Sometimes we set your bar too high then you you everyone. They failed when it's not good but I think you know. It's it's challenging but I feel alike. I'm I'm opening in Hawaii soon and I and I have walked by that location or seen it. You know skype or I know I. It's a right near beach like there's people always. GonNa be walking a great. You know high end traffic area on CALICO avenue so there's certain things like you know like like I mean. Hopefully you know where I am. In New York I- bloomingdale's is a good neighbor to us. It's like a it's like a New York iconic store and there's a major businesses right right around us. I think they're going to stay. There will keep us there so when you were a teenager your father wanted to name a fragrance after you yes and you said no dad had. I'M GONNA save it for when I yeah I'm. GonNa have my own store. I'm going to save it right and now you have over. Two million people going through just New York store alone. What gives you the confidence as a teenager to say. That's going to be my day so he named it. Ralph which is funny for women's for young girl which is funny you know I I I mean they gave me the name and it is Kinda. Cool has Dylan Thomas Bob Dylan and they liked it. I liked I liked it. I was like I'm going to save this for something something. when I was a little girl they had the Dylan Blouse which was named after White Ruffle Blouse that I had like weird in the lines you'll see like the Andrew Shirt and David this like so we have little things that we know our co- code after us but I just felt very strong that you know that I wanted to do something. The entrepreneurial just knew that I would and I just wanted to save the name and I didn't really think rebellious but no I do. Zhang of the line like it would've it would've been quite kind of actually have the Ralph packages on my shelf as inspiration for candy packages but you know my parents are very supportive. I I think they knew how much I love candy like it actually was interesting when I was pitching the concept of the candy store in two thousand nine. I don't even know what one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and there was no candy store like get so my Dad Sorta understood like Soda Fountains or my mom they grew up in that era and the business people I was meeting didn't eat canyon. They're like okay well. There's candy in every supermarket every drugstore every everywhere. Why why would you open a candy store but it was my parents who understood one how much I love candy by that. It was really about creating Disneyland and a real experience as we were saying before having my you know having open those stores and restaurants my dad at understand like this is not just a candy store this is this is a lifestyle brand experience. I want to piggyback off that a little bit because when Jennifer very myself and the kids go to Dylan's candy you know I'm not I'm one of those that I'm more of assault guy and that's for sure I know your favorite candies in our celebrity. I believe many been that's right. That's right. Jennifer can go there every day of her life and the way she does they. She's very lucky but what I found myself doing this. I would be be mesmerized. I would walk up and down the lanes and just the experience of what you've created there so magical that even for me that I'm not like the Greatest Candy Candy. I just love going to your store. I was ended up buying candy or ice cream but I'm only always mesmerized and leave. I just feel like I'm better and happier. Ugh Oh and another interesting thing is why always go back and the listeners if you haven't been to Dylan's candy do me a favor go to Dylan's candy. It is an awesome experience and if you don't like candy go the ice cream is fantastic but but is the people that you create this amazing culture of the people there. We don't even get asked for photos. Yeah I mean they're so respectful and I think you've created that and I congratulate you for that so much. I'm really flattered that I've got she's also I think you've created needed a brand like when you hear about companies now like glossy. Everything is built towards instagram right. It should look good on instagram and you did that before instagram and I think that that's your the way you visualize candy is art. I think that's what makes it iconic Konak. I spend so much time thinking about what makes brand iconic what makes it last. What makes it stand for something and the world you create the experience into their in? I think is such a big piece of that but I also think you were so ahead and thinking about a world that was going to be in a square photo which is really the world. We live in now. Thank do I really appreciate it coming from. Both you guys because you're both business. People Athletes Health conscious but you understand to me. It's about the happiness I find candy colorful and you know it's just fun to look at. It just makes me happy. I don't even have to eat. I just think it's so the ambiance that I wanted to create especially New York especially not knowing September eleventh would happen but even more so as a place. That was an escape you know when you go to Disneyland. It's an escape and with the candy songs from different genres playing candy girl. You know it's like it's fun takes you back. We have have nostalgia candy so there's a lot of subconscious feelings going on this smells sights the sound so that's part of the experience no remembering what you ate it as a kid but also just seeing all these colorful things in the fixture during re tactile yeah so it's really for people your average customer will spend forty five minutes if they have income just looking around and having fun and that's really my goal is to ignite that inner child in creative spirit so. I'm happy that you said you walk got it there. You know not just with the ice cream but feeling good. That's that's the goal who is your describe. Your customer like described because that's actually very interesting. I don't know you you would say oh she. It's for kids but you're you don't think about it that way at all the impact the logo when I was designing. I was like it's beyond black or white. I wanted very hip. ah I wanted the targets to be modern and the stripe on the gusset of the bag is sort of like a ribbon belton fashion meets Unicorn pop so I really want an iconic shopping bag like to make it more of a gift for really a woman in her thirties was what I was going for. You know I was sort of all my my friend Kenny by the women who are older than me. Were the candy nuts. The most sophisticated like luncheons. I would see like these like sixty year olds bringing Swedish fish to the table narrowly twizzlers and everybody loves candy so I was. I was trying to mostly target. The sort of that was my core like thirty year old and then obviously new kids love candy so that was a given but I knew I wanted to be a hip cool brand. I think with the liquor license having the Candy Bar are so Dylan's candy bar but you know and then I knew I like my brothers. They lie more chocolate. He salty thing going on but I so I. It's really something for everyone. I have the Ice Cream and candy cocktails for other people so it's really we really hit everybody who of all ages..
"dylan" Discussed on The Corp
"This week on the Corp.. We have a very special guest Dylan Lauren. This is actually another one of those episodes. Iran that we had my boss. CEO Barstool Sports Air Canard Dini tagging. I was out doing something else. I don't know what but you interviewed Dylan. Lauren with Erica and I'm mad that I missed it because she's she's a candy mobile yeah right yes. She's can't even daughter of a legend of course Ralph Lauren Dylan's candy one of the most successful candy stores in the world and my daughter's first favorite candy. Did you gotta be kidding. I missed this year. I miss this so what what was Jimmy some candy facts. I want like what's I'd say you know her. Her stories obviously interesting one who becomes a canny mobile as my dream job exactly she wanted to get away from the family business she wanted to have her own identity and be her own business woman and she the CEO she's been a friend for a long time. Dylan went to Duke and is a avid workout fanatic and she's brought candy to be cool for adults too so when you go to her store is an experience. You'RE GONNA have ice cream. You can have drinks and it's just beautiful full of color okay so you're playing days obviously had to stay in great shape. You're you know the baseball season's a grind. You can't cheat but what was was the Alex Rodriguez Cheat Meal Cheat Desert that you would hit up when you were playing. I would say if you talked about a candy bar. I would say something like a snickers snickers or pieces back in high school and then today like a midnight snack would be like chocolate chip ice cream okay and now it's Dylan's candy Saturday's stealing candy so great interview coming up here with Air Canard Dini. CEO Barstool sports in Iran Interviewing Dylan Lauren our friends from linked. What in we're hiring barstool hiring the corpus hiring so you need to get linked because we won't find you unless you're on linked in and hand a-rod. We've talked about this but as people who I don't own a business. I have a stake in Barstool so I do. I guess it would be a part owner but when you're looking for new employees you have to get the biggest pool of candidates possible otherwise. You're doing yourself a disservice. I'm sure you've had hiring hiring nightmares. Yeah don't say what you have been included. Yes you've had hiring nightmares where you hire the wrong person because maybe you didn't look in the right pool or go through enough enough candidates and that's why..
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