38 Burst results for "Eight Years"
U.S. Supreme Court Elections Voting Courts Supreme Court could put new limits on voting rights lawsuits
"To combat racial discrimination in voting justices set us take up a case that examines Arizona's restrictions on ballot collection and another policy that penalizes voters who cast their ballots in the wrong precinct. Been eight years since the critics say the court gutted the landmark voting rights law. High Court's consideration comes as a Republican officials and states and around the country have proposed more than 150 measures to restrict Voting access Virginia Senator Mark Warner
Fresh update on "eight years" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"You know. Upwards of over 20 something million dollars a year. He'll be 29. I think next November, so it's not the youngest player, but if you did something You really think the workplace Frank Clark is six year deal? Three years guaranteed, you know, maybe that would make it but I think the keys is signing him getting Drew Rosenhaus them together and getting that deal done before. Free agency, and and then I think it's likely they would franchise Chris God, when at that point, because you know, Chris is a young receiver still begin a huge raise from Fort $4 million to 2.4 million, or whatever. Around 16 17 million. You have a chance to keep him and Mike Evans together for another year than Michael have played eight years. You see where he's at there'll be more money in the sour captain year from now. Levante. That's the one I'm not sure about. Because this guy gave this organization nine seasons. Eight of those, the team didn't sniff the playoffs and they win a Super Bowl..
How real is the threat of prosecution for Donald Trump?
"The surprises in Donald Trump's final days as president was that he did not grant himself a part in something that might have been legally disputed, but might have protected him against any federal charges After leaving office. There was reportedly political advice that Such a move might look like an admission of criminal acts that would hurt him in a 2024 presidential race. So now he faces number of federal investigations for which part might have been useful and state investigations where pardon would have made no difference at all. But How much legal danger is he actually in? Rikki Klieman is a criminal defense lawyer and a legal analyst for CBS News. Ricky Good to talk to you. Good to talk to you Go. And let's just start with the Supreme Court decision that allowed access for the Manhattan D A to Donald Trump's tax filings and other financial records. How big a deal is this? It's a huge deal. This was the result of a subpoena that is 18 months old, which side advance the district attorney for New York County, which is in Manhattan. Had served upon Donald Trump's accountants and lawyers for Donald Trump's and the Trump Organization's tax records and other business records. This particular subpoena was fought by Donald Trump's attorneys up and down to the United States Supreme Court twice before it. We wound up with this ruling recently. So what does it mean? What it means. Is that a team of investigators Is going to go up to the lawyers for the accountants and be able to demand for that subpoena. The tax records going back for eight years of Donald Trump and the Trump Organization as well as other types of business records. They're going to take those records down to 100 Center Street to Cy Vance's district attorney's office. And you are going to have a number of people who are going to review these records to see if there is evidence of a crime. The Manhattan D. A's office Cy Vance's office has subpoenaed New York City Property tax agency is part of the criminal investigation that Trump's company. The agency confirmed that last week That's just prosecutors or examining the former president's efforts to reduce commercial real estate taxes for possible evidence of fraud. But let me ask you whether it's that or some of the claims, though not charges of criminal shenanigans going on in the trump real estate empire that at one point I think it was in 2017. His associate, Felix Sater, even said without being specific. Trump and we are both going to prison. Aren't these kind of alleged corporate crimes usually settled with financial fines rather than anybody actually going to prison? They are often settled with financial. Frein's, however, depends on how big a crime is found. If any, is found. What's advances offices looking at is the whole arena of fraud. They're looking at bank fraud. They're looking at tax fraud. They're looking at insurance fraud, and they're also looking at the much lesser offenses, which could be a misdemeanor. Of falsifying business records. But as you go up the line, the value of the fraud creates the crime itself. Whether it's a class A felony B felony C felony and so on. And so if there is a major fraud, you are really talking about some serious prison time, including the possibility of mandatory minimum sentences. Now, while saying that you are correct that often these cases are found to be misdemeanors. They're found to be diminished Mus and that they are settled by a payment. In this particular case, however, what we have to remember is that much of this started from the testimony of Michael Cohen before Congress when Michael Cohen said, in essence, That the Trump Organization kept two sets of books. That is what they would do is they would inflate the value of various properties in order to obtain loans, and they would deflate the value of the same properties in order to have a more favorable tax result. Now one of the defense's remember there is always a defense. One of the defense is that I am sure that the trump lawyers are going to go forward with is to say, Wait a minute. Everything that we did was reviewed not only by the accountants it was reviewed by banks. So it wasn't that we were trying to play fast and loose. When the banks reviewed these valuations, they had their own teams to be able to audit. No, you're going to find that this is not going to be a simple investigation and prosecution.
Fresh update on "eight years" discussed on Terry Meiners
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Investigation underway after abandoned baby found alive in trash can in Dorchester, Boston
"Walking along Dorchester Avenue hears the cries of the baby coming from a trash Can. She called for help? Luckily, there were paramedics nearby. That baby was transported to a local hospital, and it was reportedly going to be okay. Boston police say that the baby's mother has been found that they did not say whether she will face any charges. WBZ TV s Nick Emmons has more on the safe haven law This meant to prevent cases like this. This is a story that You don't really often here, and we haven't had any amendments and eight years were name Marku was a spokesperson for Baby Safe Haven since 2004. The Safe Haven act of Massachusetts allows a parent illegally surrender newborn infants seven days old or younger at any hospital, police station or man fire station without fear of facing criminal prosecution. This incident reminder you can find help. This is really tragic, too here and you know, I think it's really important for everybody just to know that this law is out there. And there are people who want to help and the baby discovered Friday afternoon in a trash can that baby wrapped in a grocery bag.
Fresh update on "eight years" discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™
"You need for success. Because you're not just you know the old model was we use this land. Adopt expand renew land being that front end. I've closed the sale but then you drive adoption in as the service. You're driving up so uncrossed celibacy expand. And you're driving renewal as a partner company you know. The old model was land. Land land land land land. You know ransom repeat will now. It's the partners. Need to think about driving an entire life cycle relationship with customers and they may not have the right people on board. And if you try to keep doing the old things the old way and compensate the old way instead of rethinking compensation internally at your company back to be your biggest challenge so we've got to get rid of the legacy mindset if you can't you know you've got to put new people in who will break glass and get things accomplished with partner companies and you've got to do this fast you know. That's the other thing. I think from a daunting challenge. Since i know for myself working in large tech companies in the past. You can kind of get your blinders on. And you're you know you're kind of tangled up in internal infrastructure bureaucracy. Sometimes and you can't move fast. Companies have got to move fast. I agree we had this conversation with partners when i was still at microsoft and actually i'm going back now seven or eight years when when the move started happened to the cloud and we said we're going to take away the traditional models we're gonna take away the transactional fees gonna take away the incentives on the back end. You're also know though but on the front end and on the back end there's a lot of value that you can provide and charge for the higher margin better premium for you to grow your business and we not. We want you to move there. We had a lot of those conversations. I've seen a lot of that happened. That transformation happened. But i think to your point. It's still there's still the old model and the old guard out there that want to do things. The old way in our pivoting. Exactly one of the examples satellite to us you know and you may not think this is a good example but facebook to me is a great example that you know i think we don't recognize the fact that the way they monetize their company facebook is through the partners. You and i were. We think we're the consumers where the customer but really were not where the product of facebook facebook is leveraging their partners they have integration partners. They marketing partners their data partners. They have all these different partner types. And that's where they make their money and so it flips our model on its head because we you know we don't recognize data now is the new currency in our world of partnering partners need data from vendors vendors need data from partners and leveraging data across the entities is really critical instead of being protective about it and Just rethinking how you're gonna make money and how partners can help you make money to make the pie. Bigger for everybody for your partners and for yourself is really critical. That's a really great point and we could spend a lotta time here on this particular aspect but we'll want people to come back to you. And i will probably have you back on again. Maybe mid point in the year to talk more about this. Because i see it as well. I'd like to pivot now on you and your personal journey as you know. I've had some amazing guests on here. I've had gabriella. Schuster talk about the gender gap. I've had lonnie phillips talk about the racial gap. You came out a woman in technology..
USA gymnastics 'giant' dead after trafficking, sexual assault charges filed
"Michigan former. Us olympic gymnastics coach. John gathered died by suicide. Thursday moments after he was charged with sexual assault and human trafficking in addition to to charges of sexual assault against children. Get it was accused of enabling former olympic team physician and convicted serial rapists and child. Sexual abuser dr. Larry nassar nassar survivor. Sarah klein was just eight years old when she began training and get her gym on thursday. She said quote he tortured and abused little girls myself included for more than thirty years and was able to cheat
TikTok To Pay $92 Million To Settle Class-Action Suit Over 'Theft' Of Personal Data
"Has agreed to pay $92 million to settle a class action lawsuit. It's over the company's data collection practices as NPR's Bobby Allen reports the suit alleged Tic tac, surveilled millions of Americans and sold the data without users consent. Talk is setting up a $92 Million fund has agreed to sweeping changes to how it minds user's data to resolve a long running federal lawsuit. The suit claims TIC TAC secretly used facial recognition technology on Children as young as eight years old to build data profiles of users. The lawsuit says. TIC TAC sold the information to third parties, including firms based in China. Tic TAC is owned by Beijing based Bite Dance. Former president Trump clamped down on the app over national security concerns, but the Biden administration has eased off. Still, regulators in Washington are continuing to examine what kind of influence Tic Tac's parent company has over in AP used by more than 100, million Americans. Bobby Allen, NPR NEWS
Crafting a Conversion Series So You Can Sell with Email
"Lot of the time in digital marketer. The things that we do aren't because we're incredibly intentional. They're out of necessity or we have a strategy that we can't fulfill on because of technology because of some other barriers. So we have to do something else and we do something else. And everyone gives us the benefit of the doubt and the credit that we had this brilliant epiphany from go and we're so put together but it's always fun at least for me to look back at how we have an asset or a process. Now that was created out of oops ryan and perry forgot to write and send emails one day probably about eight years ago. So that's why we're we're looking these templates now and that's why we were able to temple ties them and use them for all of our businesses and and what. I hope you'll to do is walk. You guys through some of the core templates and the conversion series That you can use to deploy in your business and truly built an automated follow up campaign for your business so back to the agenda. We're gonna move onto crafting your conversion series so a couple of wrap up points here. Remember the conversion series for new subscribers is going to be triggered simultaneously with the indoctrination series brand new people when they've opted in. They're going to get their your indoctrination series. But they're also going to go into conversion campaign right because going back to the question that ryan asked in the very beginning of this workshop or or at least the question that he posed in the very beginning of this workshop. You have a subscriber now. What what are you gonna do with the subscriber once you have them going back to the five phases of the follow up machine living here in the conversion phase and green is good red is bad and yellow. Is hoping that we're back on track. So we're right here. New subscriber or old subscriber news going to get the indoctrination campaign and the conversion campaign. Old is not going to get this. They are going to go into a conversion campaign because looking at this and thinking of this As it pertains to the customer value journey once someone subscribed the next most important thing for us to do is to get them convert to convert right. Something magical happens when you when you take someone from being just a subscriber just a prospect to a customer pain customer win when money or time exchanges hands when they give you money or they'll give you their time. They they change in the way that they look at you. They listen to you differently. And when you have a successful transaction they're willing to ascend so going back and thinking in here. After conversion we're focused on ascension that first conversion isn't necessary because we need to move them along from a us a low dollar or a entry point offer to a higher priced. it allows them to trust us with a successful transaction so making sure that our email campaigns and email series are are moving people efficiently through those processes. It's kind of what we're gonna be talking about here again to answer the question that ryan posed in the very beginning of this workshop. The the answers to move them quickly through the convert face as seamlessly as possible by deploying a conversion series. So let's talk just a little bit about conversion series so a conversion series is an interest based triggered campaign sent following a specific action or requests. Remember ryan talked about two types of email sends there's triggered and broadcast definitely the conversion campaign. At least an automated sense because we're building automated follow up campaign is triggered so in someone's requested a specific resource whether it's a lead magnet or whether they've subscribed for awebber opt in for a webinar. That's an interest based triggered campaign that sent immediately. Alright the job of the conversion series is to turn subscribers in the converts twice called the conversion series emails and a conversion series should referenced the previous positive reaction. This is big right. Think about if you just met someone and that personnel ryan talked about a lot about the from like your from information right the first email you send. You should not expect them to recognize you. Even if an amazing job at personal branding or branding your company they are not gonna see that email and remember who the heck you are. You haven't earned that yet. You haven't become important to them especially if they're new subscriber so if you're not tying back to that positive that previous positive action that they took they have no idea why you're emailing them and what the heck you're talking about and we are all really really busy. I bet you. I opted in for five things yesterday that i have. I don't even remember doing right. And i bet you that three of them tomorrow will email me. And i'll unsubscribe from them. Because i won't know what the heck they're talking about. I give everyone the benefit of the doubt that i opt into a lot of things. I don't believe they're spamming me. But i do believe really terrible job at reminding me why in the world they have the right to email me and why should care the way that you overcome that is referenced. The previous positive action and then prescribe the next logical. Step i if we know thinking back to the previous slide if it's interest based we know what they're interested in at least right now that may not be the only thing they're interested in but it is the thing that they were interested enough in to give you their contact information. So that's what they're interested in and you've said something on a page that talk them into giving you their contact information so you now know what they're interested in now remind them the last thing that they did your last interaction and then tell them what they need to do. Next so successful. Conversion emails will overcome or inoculate against known objections and common
An Expert's Guide To Curly Hair
"Welcome to. I'm sharon hunt and this week's look dropped by. Guest is the incredible ruby aka the guru of curly and afro hair. Ruby is originally from zimbabwe but nowadays. She calls australia home. The originally self-taught stylist fell into hairdressing by accident. After witnessing friends and families struggle to find someone that understood this strands so she wound up doing it herself in her lounge room eventually she took up an apprenticeship began stalling out of multiple salons before finally opening up her own place. Rooming co in two thousand four room. Be thanks for dropping by. Thanks so much for having me sharing now. When i was a kid i distinctly remember being told if you ate all your crusts. Yo hey would go curly and i really badly wanted. Kelly has a you better believe i was gobbling down the crofton. I of course realize it was an old wives tale. That parents just tell you to eight year food. But i have to say. It's not the only myth that i've come across when it comes to curly hair. So why do you think there are. So many misconceptions about kohl's. I think something is misunderstood. There's a desire to want to make it a lot more palatable to each individual like answer for that very reason people come up with their own anecdotes around what this complex appendage actually is so people come up with so many things now yes i mean you told your cross for me. It was like eat your vegetables. And your hair is going to be straighter. You know what i mean like. Oh my gosh eating those so yeah. I think it's just because people really want to understand something that is complex and so yet this is where a lot of myths have come along and i hear them all the time. I've got lots of them to ask you about. Oh let's go. I guess to start with with. Kelly has to understand that. There's not just one type of co run us through just as an overview the different types of kohl's because you can tell by looking at someone calls not the same to the next. So why should you treat them the same one colleague on one hundred percent. So there's three curl types wavy curly in africa's how we sort of break down but then when you're looking at the typing system you've got type two which is wavy and that's lusa curls and there's three subcategories of that you've got to a to b to c and two c would be the tightest within that range and then you've got type three which is curly and within that again. Abc and c. And seeping tighter and then same thing for africa harrah's well after or coyly hair. Because i guess everyone who has coyly hair has an effort background. He is another curly myth. I've come across curly hair. Shampoos a marketing hype and normal shampoos worked. Fine let's start right there fact or fiction fact. They all marketing hive. Well okay no no no let me put it this way curly hair. People shouldn't shampoo their hair. That's a myth. Okay great stafa. Let's start there because that's actually. What's more commonly said trump who your hair. I've heard condition as well really. Yeah stop it. Maybe straight hair. How should you be carrying the curly hair. When it comes to washing its really simple. One of the things that i say to my clients often is you have to get rid of straight hair tendencies right. And how do you do that. It's just simplifying it. And which is part of what we do. We try and simplify everything for our clients. Because if you don't do that it's as though you're eating soup of the fork and that's gonna be very frustrating. And so how do you shampoo we take people through this whole process and it's like pretty much. Get the right shampoo first of all what you need to have the right product. Because not all sham periods would then be the same. Most shampoos actually stripped your hair. Which is why in some way. Yes don't shampoo your hair. I get with people. Come with that myth because it doesn't leave your hair as hydrated but then when you've got shampoo that is specifically designed for curly hair. It's supposed to cleanse but also hydrate to leave your hair feeling very moisturised. Soft supple and clean as well without streaky. Feel that you get when you get a deep cleansing shampoo
Vincent Jackson, Former NFL Wide Receiver, Found Dead in Hotel Room
"All know Vincent Jackson former Tampa Bay Buccaneer was found dead in his apartment earlier was it it was last week. I was it last week. Yeah. Yes, it was last week and you know his family members want answers and they've actually donated his brain for a CT now they are doing this because there were things off. His I don't know mannerisms his behavior that kind of led up to this very very tragic ending for him that have people kind of scratching their heads going. This isn't normal. This isn't right. So there's got to be something here. When it comes to CTE. Yeah. So if you don't know who it's in Jackson is he was a wide receiver for the Chargers and the Buccaneers and he was thirty-eight years old took out in his way too young what really sucks about like there were just starting to get details about how he was found and everything. So apparently housekeeping came into the room. He was in a hotel in Florida and they he was slouched over on the couch. So they thought he was sleeping so they left the room and then they you know, they called in a welfare to his family called off their check cuz they hadn't heard from him for like a month. Well, I thought it was only two or three days ago. There was like a stretch where they had he was just kind of doing his own thing and they were concerned because so initially the story was at home. It was a an extended period of time and then the two were two to three days thing that you're talking about is they had talked to him and they hadn't heard from him and they were like, yeah everything seems okay clearly. It wasn't so this ESPN app states that at first they entered the room they assumed he was sleeping so they left the room and then they entered the room again later on and he hadn't moved from his spot. And so that's when they called 911 right? There are no signs of trauma injury. I mean this guy had family and kids. Oh, yeah, and that's why people know why is he staying in an extended States? Very bizarre and that's just kind of the things with CTE is that it just completely disrupts your brain patterns and just any sort of your brains deformed at that point, you know, you're you're doing things you're maybe saying things you're acting certain ways where people are like, whoa, what is going on with you, you know, and it's tremendously sad and at what point what's the solution? I mean, you know the NFL Constantly working on ways to make the game safer and taking care of their players, whether it's you know through the helmets or even like the pads or whatever go down the list of things of the technology of what their actual shooting up in to help combat that but clearly it's not working.
interview with Jessica Lessin
"Jessica thank you for joining me and welcome to skin from the couch. Thanks for having me carly. I love listening to this podcast. So i'm thrilled to be here. I was saying just as you got kinda miked up. Its feels very weird to be on the other side of interviewing journalists like you but we're going to jump into it which is first question. I'm a standard question. Skim your resume. I wanted to be a reporter For as long as i can remember and had a series of internships starting in high school at my local newspaper where i wrote about why there were so many nail salons and how they could all stay in business so didn't really have a sense of supply and demand back then but was interested in in poking my nose around i then interned at the associated press the boston globe and the wall street journal and clung to that internship so that they would not let me leave the building and convince them to hire me so i worked as a tech reporter at the journal for eight years covering everything from the rise of online video to apple to google yahoo the rise of the internet. If you will that be took me out to san francisco and then after eight years at the journal i loved covering the tech industry and it seemed to me. That tac was disrupting news in very very fundamental ways most significantly. It was getting publishers obsessed with online advertising and traffic in a way that i felt was really lowering. The quality of news content and so i launched the information as a subscription business to swing back to quality over quantity and i guess seven years in We have one of the largest newsrooms of tech reporters around the world in her breaking major stories every day. We're going to dig into so much of that. But i'm curious. What would people be surprised to learn about you. I think probably many many things. But probably that i never ever ever thought i was going to start a company i actually remember grousing to my husband. You know maybe a decade ago. Why is everyone leaving. Big company jobs to start a company in the world be better if they were adding their talents and energies sort of into the traditional system. So i i. I think even wrote a story at the journal about like you know. There are too many entrepreneurs or something to that vein but you know lo and behold eventually you catch the edge and i think the world is just made starting a company so i was gonna say appealing but as you know carly times is quite tough Be anything appealing but it just felt like there was a huge opportunity and i went for it but it was quite a swing from sort of being very down on entrepreneurship to becoming one. You mentioned in your skin of your bio that you began your journalism career at a young age and went onto the crimson while. You're harvard We're able to turn internship into a job at the journal. I think that the one of the most popular questions that we get asked. How do i turn my internship into the full-time. What is your advice on how to do that. Don't leave the buildings that was really my advice and so i kind of lucked out. Because i was working on this big project. It was on the salary data that the government was putting out it a once in every year report about what was having to wages across a huge number of jobs and i had planned a really big feature with my editor on this and they push back the release date and so i said i i got it right this story you know you don't wanna miss this big feature in the journal you had an approval process for big features in the had been approved and all of that and so you know my internship was supposed to be up august whatever. The data was coming out first week in september and i just sort of made the case to literally extend my security badge access
Managing care During COVID
"What's an average day like for you. Caretaking on a typical day to feel like you have things under control while. I'm going to answer the second question i do. I have things under control. Never never ever ever. It's like. I'm on this constant roller coaster of ups and downs Just one. I think i've got it under control. The rug gets pulled out from underneath me. So what is an average day like my kids are early birds and for the record i hard roll my eyes that anyone who says their kids are early birds and then proceeds to tell me that they're little angels wake up at seven. Am shut up. try waking up every single day at five. Am for six years to just energetic screaming. Demanding kids. I don't know why i was blessed with early birds but here it's not as if the universe looks at us. Ms like a handful. Move onto somebody else quite often the terrible things. Just keep happening. They just keep piling up and for so many of us were not just caregiving in a traditional sense. Were caring for the people in our lives. In different ways. We are blurring the lines of our relationships between being caregiver and being a mother being a daughter being a sister being a wife being husband. I don't know. I said all all female roles except that i mean we got a lot of women's voices in here. I am a caregiver to my son. Boden he is eight years old and has acute lymphoblastic leukemia. I think one of the interesting things about being a caregiver to your own son or child is it's hard to distinguish what is just being a mom from what is being a caretaker. I ended up spending a lot of thought cycles and kind of emotional energy taking of him in a way. That is different than the way i take care of my other children. I then have to work through and process. The guilt of that discrepancy knowing both that biden has kind of different story or a different journey than the other kids that i have. But also that i'm all of their moms and so how do you kind of identified the difference between where caregiving stops and where mothering takes back up. When i was reading through your questions when you said caregiver like Or what is a normal day of caregiving. Look like. I kind of laughed. Because i thought man i think from the moment i opened my eyes to the moment i closed them giving Once pediatric cancer is kind of rock. Your world. I'm not sure there's really a space outside of it. I'm thinking about things. Like why is he not hungry for breakfast. Why is he craving meat. Why does he not wear a jacket. Is it because of a side effect of chemotherapy. Why is he sitting on the outside. When i pick them up from school wise. He's sitting on the outside of the soccer game Is it because his legs hurt is it because of the neuropathy whenever he has trouble with his homework is at a side effect from the chemotherapy. Is it affecting his cognitive function. Is it just him. Being eight I think when your role as a caregiver is so interwoven with your role as another relation like for me. His mother is just hard to kind of tease out. What part is caregiving. And what part is just living with a person with cancer so the average day for me really changed a lot during the various stages of my mom's illness she had end stage breast cancer and in the beginning when the cancer i came back it caused a lot of fluid to build up around her lung and then her lungs to collapse so at that point. We really didn't know that it was her cancer that was back and we were dealing with a medical emergency so my mom had to undergo invasive tests and surgery and there were just days with a lot of uncertainty about the diagnosis and the prognosis. And i was travelling back and forth from durham to charlotte while also taking care of my own family Here in durham and and working fulltime
Mysterious Tourist Resort Deaths
"The dominican republic is a jewel floating in the caribbean visitors to the island. Come looking for paradise in its verdant rainforests and white sand beaches more often than not they find it and then they tell their friends. Tourism is a massive industry in the dominican republic. In fact around twenty percent of the nation's gross domestic product comes from foreign visitors though the population numbers just ten million people dominicans. Welcome more than six million vacationers every year. Almost half of them come from the united states in two thousand eighteen. A disturbing trend began among the tourists. One that would go unnoticed for almost a year. Someone or something was killing them in june that year a fifty one year old. Pennsylvania resident named yvette monet export on her first vacation in years. Yvette was excited to finally relax at the luxurious by principal resort in punta cana. Little did she know it would be her final holiday. One evening event in her fiance had a drink from their room's minibar before going to bed in the middle of the night her partner hurting gurgling sound thinking nothing of it he turned over and went back to sleep but when he woke he that was dead. Yvette was just the first in a string of tragedies. The following month of forty five year old man named david harrison traveled to the dominican with his wife. Dawn they state at a different resort. But like yvette. David seemingly had a target on his back one day. He returned from snorkeling saying he felt unwell after he dawn fell asleep. The unthinkable happened. David woke in a cold sweat. Unable to move his wife tried to get help but it was too late. David had suffered a heart attack which caused his lungs to fill with fluids. I condition known as pulmonary dima. He didn't survive as two thousand. Eighteen ended it. Seemed like yvette. And david were to random fatalities but in early two thousand nineteen four. More people died seventy eight year old jerry current in january thirty one year old tracy jerome gesture junior in march and sixty five year old john corcoran and sixty seven year. Old robert wallace. In april each of these tragedies were reported to the authorities but no one made any connection between them until forty one year old miranda shop werner on may twenty fifth two thousand nineteen miranda arrived at the bahia principe bougainville resort with her husband. Dan the getaway was to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary. They hadn't been in their room. Long maranda took a drink from the mini bar. But after her first sip she suddenly convulsed she cried out for her husband and fell backwards onto the bed where she writhed in agony before passing out. Dan swiftly called the paramedics. Dan himself was a doctor. So he searched for miranda's polls he could barely feel it. He administered cpr until the emt's arrived. But neither he nor the medics could revive her. Miranda was declared dead on the scene the victim of a heart attack though miranda did have a history of cardiac issues. Her relatives back in pennsylvania had doubts as to whether they had killed her and their suspicion grew when they learned she had taken a drink from the mini bar right before collapsing. They took it as evidence that something else was a foot in just five days later it seemed they were proven right on may thirtieth at the bahia principe romana hotel staff entered a room to clean. They found two guests lying on the floor unresponsive. The housekeepers rushed to get help but it was too late. The couple was already long dead. The resort identified the bodies as sixty three year. Old edward homes and forty nine year old. Cynthia day of maryland. The pair had been scheduled to check out earlier that day. An autopsy revealed they had eerily died from the same cause as david harrison pulmonary dima. All three were cardiac related deaths in which fluid filled their lungs. But in edward and cynthia's case no one called for help. If their hearts gave out at different times one of them should have been able to dial reception but there was no call indicating the two people suffered identical heart attacks at the exact same moment with three dead guests in under a week. The bahia principe chain realized they needed to get ahead of the press. The hotel company released a statement stressing that they were doing everything they could to help the families of the deceased and they would cooperate with local authorities to determine if there was any link between their deaths
Supreme Court Will Not Stop Turnover Of Trump’s Tax Records To New York City DA
"The Supreme Court refusing to block the turnover of former president Trump's tax records to a New York City prosecutor. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance is seeking eight years of tax returns as his office investigates alleged hush payments to women and possible tax and bank fraud. Trump is called the New York investigation, a fishing expedition and a continuation of the witch hunt. The greatest witch hunt in history. Fox is Rachel
What Trump's Tax Returns Might Tell Us
"Supreme Court says no to former President Trump's last attempt at keeping his tax records private without comment. Justice Bryer rejected former President Trump's attempt to block a grand jury subpoena for eight years of personal and business tax returns. The Manhattan district attorney's office will take possession of the records as it investigates possible bank in tax fraud and whether the Trump organization fudged the true value of its properties. There's also a question about hush payments to women who alleged long denied affairs with Trump. The Supreme Court rejected the former president's claim The subpoena was overbroad and issued in bad faith. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New
Guest Teacher Benjamin Schneider on How to build and scale a digital marketing agency only with remote workers
"A marketing agency is one of the best ways to build wealth. Why because a lot of people don't understand it's easy to scale of course it's hard to scale if you're doing the work but the point here is that you don't do all the work you hire other people. Great talent designers developers hardworking people that you can get them to do certain tasks work on the projects that you get hired to do an reap the benefits now. Ben's going to break down. Show you who to look for the mistakes people make but i'll be back at the end of the episode to tie things up and share my takeaways but for now take it away. Ben guys welcome is bench neither. I'm an entrepreneur from germany. And i own several businesses and one of the business i do is having an online marketing agency. So that's what we're going to talk about today. My topic is how to build and scale a digital marketing agency. Only with the remote workers. I've been working with remote workers for around eight years and i'm the owner of chop mafia dot com remote work platform. So you can go in hire remote work beer and that came from my digital marketing agency because our online marketing guy. So i have my own ecommerce store and out of that ecommerce store people were asking me. Hey ben how are you doing this. Can you help me with that. And all that kind of stuff and out of this. I created or found my digital marketing agency so our facebook ads did more than two million dollars for clients in zales with facebook ads but the problem was by selling companies. These facebook ads. They do not only need the facebook ads. they also do need landing pages. They need google ads. they need. We deals for youtube. They need graphics for youtube or graphics for ats graphics for the website. All that kind of stuff. So i was realizing. Hey if you're selling facebook ads. It's a good business. But companies need more. They need a full service solution and they want to have a full service solution because they do not want to have usa facebook guy and another one for google ads and another one to grade sales funnels. They want to have one agency one person to talk about their marketing stuff and outsourced that so by realizing that was thinking about. Hey how can. I build an agency like that. Because i'm only a one man show in the half other businesses to manage. And i'm quite good at facebook ads but i have no idea about google ads or some other stuff like billing websites or developing some stuff stuff like that so i need people for this. Hiring people from my country from germany is quite expensive so if you would hire a designer for example that custody around three thousand dollars a month so basically. It's an euros but yeah three thousand dollars a month. That's quite the same so this was too expensive for me okay. That was just not possible. So i needed to have another solution and then i came on the idea. The possibility to hire people from the overseas from the philippines pakistan india countries. Like that. why. Because these people were a lot of more cheaper than the german guys. So i was starting with that was trying that and some positive experiences some negative experiences but in general it was good in general it was working so i need to find myself a way to find people who are fitting into my company and were having a very high quality and this was the key to build and scale might digital marketing agency. Because as i mentioned i wouldn't have been able to hire three four five german guys. That would be just too expensive. But i was able to hire some people from the overseas so i started with hiring a designer and i would recommend you guys this. Start with hiring a designer. Why because definitely there's no company in two thousand and twenty one who do not need a designer in their company because you have so much posibilities to spread content out there and that's why you definitely need to have a designer but the other advantages that designer does not need to have any log in credentials or access to any sensitive data or something like this you can just give them a few pictures and title or anything like that and tell him hey. Police creamier facebook ads. Spanner out of that. And in addition to that you see the result immediately with a developer. If you're another developer guy you have no idea if this wella per is good if this is fast or anything like that but the with a designer you see it easily you see easily on. The result of this design is good or not that he take around one day for this or one hour as fast or not so. It's very very easy to start with with a designer as a remote worker indefinitely you need to have one in your company. I just proudly recommend that so our starting also they designer and this man helps me to improve my facebook ads because we have awesome designs. But before i did all designs and all the banners and all that stuff by myself. And i'm definitely guys not a designed so you can imagine how tremendously the quality was improving by that guy so realizing hey this was working with the design guy. I get one step ahead. I hired someone for google ads. I hired someone for wordpress websites and stuff like that. So i was not only able to provide high quality to my clients with that remote working guys. Some accompany hours able to widen my portfolio. So i wasn't the for the branding out there. I was still the facebook. At sky in the facebook ads marketing like a guru and sold my book an amazon bestseller and stuff like that but then the back end i was able to sell them not only facebook ads but google ads and landing paycheck and a new website and email marketing. And all that stuff as well. Because i have a team right now and this is very easy scalable because if you're found a way and we come to data and a few seconds if you have found a way how to hire good people and not being scammed by people and really knowing that this people half good and high quality output you could easily repeat that hiring process and scale your business with that. As i mentioned. I've created more than ten million dollars ten million years in sales for my clients. This was only possible with having team. So how did you do that. You got on dot com on my platform if you would like to check this out. Fourteen days for free and create a shop post. We have only. Id verified user skies this very very important also. Go hiring on another platform. Feel free to do that but definitely do only hire people who are ide- very fight
Associate Editor at Game Informer Magazine, Kyle Hilliard, on The State Of VR Right Now
"What is the gaming industry and by that. I mostly mean developers. What what does the industry think about developing and just the market is it clearly a sliver compared to other things. But do they think like. It's maybe on the cusp of being something. That is interesting. Yeah so. I don't. I don't have numbers obviously but like so to get into my background and just in case your listeners. Don't really know me. I wrote for game informer magazine for eight years as there for a long time until i was we had like right when right when the oculus rift came out like we had an issue like vr issue. Right and we. I remember getting test kits into the office and playing early games and stuff like that and at that time we kind of went in with the mindset of like okay. Well this is like a new. This dobie xbox. They'll be nintendo and they'll be oculus that's kind of how we felt about it like it would just be this other competitive corner of video gaming and now all this time later which is a. We're going to maybe like four or five. Six years later feel like it has found its spot and like you said like beat sabre. Which is the fantastic i played. I almost literally played every day. I love beat sabre Has sold gangbusters There's like i think facebook released a blog that said something like thought they had five other. Vr titles at it sold a million copies which was cool. And so where we're at now is it's interesting because it's not what i thought it would be. Where would be like just as competitive as like the switch. You know what i mean. It would just be another platform that you know hardcore gamers like me would have in their home but it's increasingly kind of become this like weird separate thing that even non gamers are kind of getting into like i've i'm like i've heard of people have met people who aren't really big video gamers but they do have a headset. And they like vr because it does have kind of like what you were talking about earlier. It has practical applications beyond video games. You know you can kind of around the world and see things. I use it to work out like. That's my main exercise purpose lately as i tried to play oculus like at least once a day for thirty minutes played exercise games and beat because they're very movement centered so it's it's closer to like the mobile market. I feel like we're there's a lot of disparate things floating around that are trying to find their niche as opposed to like someone like me. Who's like i have an xbox series s x. I have a playstation five and i got my oculus rift like that's not super common. It's almost treated as like you know gamers like it but it's not like it's not it's more than a video game machine you know. It's like ninety percent of video game machine but like that ten percent is really lifting it up and people are finding that way. Well so this is gets into my sort of disappointment with what i what is out there. Obviously this would have been one of the times where. Vr should have had its breakthrough moment like a lot of things including video conferencing of had The pandemic times now. There are apps on their from companies. That are clearly the eight even says. It's like we'll use this to remote work with your teams and you can all meet in a space and you know whiteboard together and you know. Even you know sketch things and and in a three d. environment especially frano architects and things like that. I can see that but none of it's very good that i've sampled like i would think there'd be more of that. There's also there's also a handful of things that are like we'll watch a movie with your friends and you go into a virtual Sort of movie theater and by the way. All of the like netflix and and prime video they all have apps that essentially you can watch anything you want on a virtual big screen which is very nice for lying down in bed and stuff. But i'm wondering if like they missed a trick like there is nothing that was like a breakthrough during pandemic times for just being virtually with other people. Yeah right when the pandemic started. I remember i think it was fun. Mation was selling tickets to go. Watch a cure with an audience in oculus and i love cura is like one of my favorite movies and i like we are but even i was like i look at that mike. I want to do that like yeah. The resolution on the headset just isn't there like it's basically like shoving a like a switch. Well let me take them. It's better than a switch screen. It's like it's a higher resolution switch green but like it. Just can't look as good as your desktop for work or your four k tv in your living room. It's just it's like you have to accept that limitation in order to participate like i saw this Which i had never seen until today. Maybe because you are emailing me about vr. Google is like oh let's send this guy. vr ads but it was like it was like. Yeah what will like. Let's let's have a workspace. You can have as many monitors as you want and you can have a virtual keyboard. Obviously it'll be but there'll be a virtual keyboard and it's like that's a really interesting idea. But i'm not gonna take that resolution downgrade in visuals. I'm not going to be able to see that. Virtual computer monitor. As well as i can't if i'm just looking at my standard computer monitor and it's not worth that dive and
Deputy Political Editor of the Spectator, Katy Balls, Discusses Where the U.K. Stands on COVID-19 Vaccine Administration
"Yes and katie. Boris johnson is trying to lead the way on this discussion. What does the u k position. Severe macron is Five percent of the current vaccine intake. I think that the strong sense she got from ministers involved with this is that they don't want to give away vaccines until they have been able to offer a vaccine not just to the most vulnerable. But ideally everyone in the country and tens of the adult population. And i think this goes to a desire by the uk to almost tried. Reach head mean free. Immunization see something happening in israel. I think it's probably easier said than done. And even though we all very lucky to be high vaccine uptake country if you looked is rather as where we could be going the beginning to see slightly when for example at vaccines fatigue characters. I think the age group you go. The uptake still very good uptake. But no expansion to see the level you get say eight year olds amongst thirty roads. Now i think that when it comes to giving away vaccines. Dj very much does want to do that. And i think that they can see that. You can emerge as a global player by coming gossip benevolent as james touch and actually right near copies. Various governments have ready. Go ahead startled that. As to whether i think there is still some debate to be had because there has been idea at the senate. Mtv countries and food scheme at has been talked about the idea of countries in africa. And beyond. But i think that that has also been to airmax. Mp's such as if the public violence is very far behind the uk. Actually as close allies neighbor. We should be stepping in there now. I think what might make this decision. Earlier is ultimately what is the desire what is demand for some of the vaccines. The uk has given hearing more reports of various european countries. Saying they don't want the oxford vaccine may be actually some the things he geeky has to offer an received. But i do you think the senses that this will stop being a problem soon. Enough because ministers and officials believe that you'll start to see the data showing that the oxford astrazeneca vaccine does have a really important facts and what she had that that the level of skepticism is going to go
January 2021 Income Report For Entrepreneurs on Fire
"J. l. d. here with the january twenty twenty one income report for entrepreneurs on fire. Our gross income for january was a hundred and ninety eight thousand six hundred fifty seven dollars our toll expenses. Were just a hair over. Twenty one k for total net profits in january of one hundred seventy seven thousand five hundred and ninety nine dollars for a crazy close difference between january and december of negative one thousand and twelve dollars in giving us a percentage of net profit over gross revenue of eighty nine percent. We almost that magical in almost unhittable ninety percent plus mark which we've only done twice in eight years
"eight years" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"Epic in terms of what he's done so the fact that his father kind of. I think hurts a little bit because I'm sure he would have loved to have seen you know. have his father's see what he's done. He's achieved, but it was a really sweet moment I just I. I like how he's like I need I need makeup remover a need to get this shit off? Please someone, please which why? Why don't you travel with with with makeup remover all? All, have there, but you can go you go to CVS, and you can get the little neutrogena packets for like a dollar in you. Just there's five elementary, and you throw them in there, and you wipe it off and you're done. He doesn't need it. He has a whole. The all staff that volunteer take off the entertainers makeup I need to know I you have to do. It now no, so. Trying to think if there's anything else really stands out from this episode. That's super. That's about it. Oh yeah, the final. We need to talk about so at the end. It's very touching. They that they played all the sad country music. As you know, they always own. He's out there talking about people. They talk about. Brand Haryoko. Pseudo Mark Henry show Michael's AAA h and the Mayor Kane. American, mayor came Oh always be. The mayor came I find that relationship, really interesting and I would love to know more about it because I watch after this. CAIN interview with don't call currently going around watching it because amount of content, and so I wanted to watch it and remember to sell there so the way that cain talks about mark undertaker I don't know. Are we allowed to call him mark? Are we allowed to do that now? I don't know. Anyway the undertaker was absolutely instrumental in canes. Career always went to bat for him, and always defended him, and always stood up for him. Their work married basically, and so I kind of love that relationship in that dynamic between the two the way that they talk about each other 'cause taker taker I. think Really Really Really Likes Glenn, to shout him out twice, you know. And just to be given crap and everything, so I think he really likes him but I. Just I like that relationship, and how that dynamic is I want to see I would actually love to see the more like the two of them. Sit Down together into shoot. Shit would be amazing, but at least to me I know my else, but I would love to watch that, but yeah, this was. This was everything that you want you wanted in finale. The country music, which was troubadour by George Strait kicked you. You in the fucking feels so hard to so hard I cried my way through the ending of it, but as I keep saying, but yeah this if this is it if this is really it and he's done I'm sad that he's, but I'm also happy for him because it's obviously a decision that he has struggled with, and it means that he's no longer in pain, if it means that he gets to be happy and spend time with his family, and his daughters, and his son, and his wife and Enjoy all the fruits of his Labor so man. Go go live your life. Go enjoy yourself. Go do everything that you've kind of missed out on doing and just thank you. Just thank you for at least for me. Twenty years of memories and enjoyment and inspiration and everything I don't know if I would be a wrestling fan without the undertaker. That's the thing I think. He's kind of at one constant. That sort of kept me in the business like when everybody else left me, the undertake roster. How Sad! I give it. Every. I would fall in love with people, and then they would go away and it's like, but but but I love him. Bring him back. Where did he go in? There was always the undertaker. He was always there and I hope he writes a book I. Think that would be the one thing that I would love to see from him, is he does write a book and he talks about his life in his career. Like I know that I owe that we got this and this was such a wonderful introspection into him, and to see not only the undertaker, but to see. See Mark Calloway because he such I feel like the man behind. It is more mysterious than the actual character Ed for good reason because he's incredibly private, he has to be and so to get to see him to get to see his personality when he's really like and the fact that throughout the years in conversations and wondering that certain things are true that we were able to beg on him. It's like okay. All right cool got that right awesome. I think it was really neat. I think it was I. Actually think I like more calorie more than I like the undertaker. That wrong, but you're afraid like going. She was very, I was really afraid to see the person because. They always say you never wanNA. Meet your heroes right and the hardest thing is when you're. Heroes approved mortal, and you see what they're really light because you see them on TV and you make assumptions about them which you shouldn't do, but we all do it. You know in terms of based on what we see and I think I was really really scared that like they were gonNA show who he really was, and it's coming out. What if he's an asshole? Or what if he's a prick? What if he's you know? Super Creepy your grocer. The real story is what we've seen. We have talked about in our second segment. Yeah, Lake, you know what if he's done all these horrific things and He's not really ultimately what if he's not the person that everybody says that he is right? What if he's really just this horrible person? What am I gonNA do because it's like I have so much invested. In this human, being as a fan that it's like God if if we ever had cancel the undertaker, I don't know if I could do it. it's that serious, and so the fact that he wasn't that, and he just this at least from all appearances down to Earth, chill, smart ass, sarcastic Texas. Redneck who you just WanNa go have a beer with makes me. Me So happy. 'cause like I said I was afraid I was really afraid that my opinion of him was going to change, and it's like what if it changes for the worse like I'm glad at change for the better, because did change, but what if it changes for the worse? What if I don't like him after this when my supposed to do with my life? No not with my life, but like like what am I supposed to do? Brings his interact with the new day. That was great. That was amazing. That was so amazing I kind of want all the bureau footage of taker interacting with all the young guys 'cause. There was like a clip from last episode where he and I think we talked about it where he's like all these assholes were kids when I showed up and then says like. I wasn't talking about you. And Seth runs away but I. Just what Yeah I just want. Take her like I don't know I wanNA see like those interactions with the talent, and I wanna see I want more from this you know. which is sad and it's wrong, but. You, what the be roll your. What the side story rather than the main store. You WanNa see interaction with people you want to see him. Do other things and. You know I want the outtakes because I want him to drop an f-bomb any outtakes. Did at least twenty times. You mean other than the. Two words, yeah, other than words other than the two times that happen I want like the outtakes I just. You know just seeing somebody. Being natural that there's there's this fascination with till, not because we don't ever get to see it, but it's like this is. This is really cool that he opened his life up and his family up for us to see this and experience this because he didn't have to. You know I think the last time he did. It was in storyline in. It did not go well for him so the fact that he did do this. This time is not necessarily part storyline. And he let us see how he is with his wife. And his daughters and his family, and his friends, and find out who he's really close with, and he just gave us that like that's. That's really cool. Hopefully, really colon. If you missed, our recaps are available recreation show dot com where we broke down every single episode. Oh yeah, that was the other thing we missed He went down exte-..
"eight years" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"Microsoft dropped a bomb on Tuesday. Monday. Tuesday. Monday, I can't keep track anymore. Twitter has been viral. We anyway mixer dropped a bomb on Monday that it is announced it is closing down effective immediately an all streamer contract, or all streamers and affiliates are being transferred over to facebook gaming as Messrs now partnering with Facebook Gaming. The exceptions to the rule because you had several major contracts in mixer or Ninja enshrouded. They were. They were paid a lot of money to leave. Leave twitch and I. Think Life into the glide and went to facebook gaming Ninja travel paid a lot of money to leave twitch channels behind. Go over to mixer Both of them have indicated that they are not going to go to facebook gaming. They opted out of that deal. They got paid out a ridiculous amount of money. Apparently, nobody knows the exact. Some I've heard. It's in the neighborhood of thirty million. Million dollars, but I don't know that for wondered one hundred percent certain but Ninja and trotter essentially now free agents. They can go wherever they want to go, and there is a lot of speculation that they're going to go back to twitch. Ninja has been on his switch channels of recently making updates to it but nobody has made any kind of formal announcement. He's probably GONNA. Make one I would bet next week. Week or in a couple of weeks, haven't seen anything for shroud. There's been no announcement. They're both taken time to figure things out. It's big mixer close now this huge. There's a lot of people who are without a platform at the moment or transitioning to different platforms. No I. Don't know anyone who really watches facebook gaming. So that's that's unfortunate, but also you watch facebook gaming. Go follow darkest for two nine. He's amazing. But. No one was watching Nixon either. Ninja trout did not bring over the viewership that they had hoped they would. They brought over followers, but the viewership was only with the fourth to eighth of what they were getting on twitch. Because it's a different platform and people like you people watching us, say or twits that he just likes to beat you live. This is where your home is. It's more it's. Were accessible going to twitch whether that mixer platform. It's the truth because of absence of its you get on your phone. You TV Cetera. Well from what I understood when it at least when Ninja went over, not everything was set up yet the way that it was set up on twitch to the monetization options were limited, and they were very weird. I think they had gone them up and running by the time all this happened, but streamers just could not make the same amount of money. It was hard for them to give viewership because mixer mixers mixer right like when you think of a gaming platform, you think of twitch or Youtube, which gained hugely in popularity facebook gaming, which has gained in popularity because they make it easier for streamers. I think mixer was. Was a little complicated. A lot of people didn't necessarily like it they were willing to pay out. In terms of getting people come over, but in terms of viewership. Like you said it just wasn't there. A mixer has struggled for almost a year now. And I think Microsoft is find like you know what we're pulling the plug What really sucks in this is that some of their employees didn't know that this was GonNa Happen, and some other streamers that this was going to happen, and so they found out on twitter that they were out of a job where they were out of a platform and debts just horrendous it's. Horrendous that some people had to find out they were out of a job. Through social media, so I'm sorry to everybody that has lost their job or has lost their platform, because that completely sucks I know I. Know Somewhat of the hard work that it takes not really but the work that goes into building a community and building a channel and doing everything that you do for it is a lot of hard work that really does require almost your full attention and dedication to do properly and to people who have given up their jobs and given up their lives, and put all their chips in on streaming, and have had successive where mixer there now trying to find a place to go to rebuild that that channel in that community so and I've been seeing some. Some of this and I'm going to kind of agree with a lot of the other streamers him saying, please don't get keep twitch or youtube or facebook gaming. Please don't be that asshole. That's like well I was here. I, you shouldn't be here kind of thing. Please welcome everybody with open arms because they had no choice in this. It's not like they're they're like. Oh, I'm not seeing the numbers on mixer so I'm GONNA. Go back over to twitch. That's or I'm not seeing the numbers I'm GonNa. Go Try Youtube I'M GONNA. Go Try facebook. That's not what this is. This is literally. They woke up to an email that was hey were done. Take Shit and get out. That's what that is. You have thirty days to leave all. Your stuff is transferring over to facebook gaming. You can go over there if you want, but we really don't care where you go. That's what happened to them to everybody every single person on that platform and now they're trying to find a police to go, so please please be nice to people. Welcome with open arms. Help them out if you can you know, support them because they need it right, it's a rough time. It's a hard time in like people like Ninja Trout. They're impacted as well, but I think they're going to be okay. In the long run they will be okay, but the smaller streamers not so much. We'll see what happens. We ll see what happens, but I say. We take our first break of the evening. From? It'd be very quick. It's going to be a very quick break. Go get a drink. Go get something to eat. Come back because when we come back. We're doing the second half of the new second segment. This is going to be your long. This is going to be heavy. Just warning everybody in advance. We're going to try and make this as quick and painless as possible, but we are going to get into the misconduct options and everything that's happened around that. So if you want, hear about that you don't you just go, get something and come.
"eight years" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"You have to Grin Barrett and do take every precaution world. Sometimes things will happen. We're looking at baseball coming back. We'll look at basketball comeback. They're going to be issues. We're seeing cases up before. Baseball even gets back into play. We've had you see event. Where fire had got pulled it just going to be a thing that happens, it's it's a new reality it's. Lance to kind of answer your point. This can't stop them from wearing masks under any circumstances. I think they're trying to figure out a way where it's not mandatory for for them to do it. Because the problem is is for the for like wrestling a match, you can't wear a mask wrestling match. It's is going to be a little tricky, so I think they're trying to figure out what the stipulation on on that, but honestly I. I think it would be good if they have people in the audience or the entire audience wearing a mask I think that would send. That Senate incredibly powerful message to everybody, because I feel like everybody out there you know again. People don't want to wear them, and if you don't want to wear fine, that's personal choice, but I feel like a lot of people feel like they don't have to, or they shouldn't or stupid or it's. It's whatever right and so to see you know it's like hey, on wwe, you people wearing masks in the audience, their social distancing. They're doing everything that they need to do. Fuck put a hand washing station. The background I don't really care, but like. Just show that you're. You're actually doing what you're supposed to be doing. If people see that some people will be like, Hey, you know. Maybe I should do that, too, and eventually that message. Message will spread. It's all about using your platform for that I don't think he can bar them from wearing masks either their reports coming out from the last time that they had for the one time that they had outside individuals in there that they felt completely safe, and they didn't. They were going to wear masks, and then it was like. Hey, there's handwashing stations in their social distancing in their scrubbing everything down and you know. They felt safe enough in the environment that they did not have to wear a mask or they didn't. They had every intention of it, but it's like. Hey, you know what actually feel pretty good about this I, I'm not going. Do the thing I'm going to not wear the masks, so I think it's just. It's all up to people's personal choices if somebody wants to. To wear a mask on TV. They cannot tell them now, and they cannot throw them out of the building legally. They can't do it and they know that so so many wants to. Now they may, if they want to be in the audience and they wanNA wear masks. They may stick them off camera in the back. They can do that, but you know they can't. Can't look at somebody and say hey. You can't wear masks to TV. You can't do that, it's legally you can't do that. They would get in trouble for that, so we'll have to see but I I would be totally cool with the audience is wearing masks. They should be I. think if you're going to have an audience in there. They should be wearing masks there. There should be protected because it's like you went to the lengths to put up the plexiglas and everything else. Why not do masks to say so? Because of this getting back on topic, this is going to mean changes in the products WWE has already sort of accounting for the people that are affected or impacted and They are approach other reprogramming things accordingly. Case in point, they're doing a tribute to the undertaker. Tomorrow on smackdown were apparently they're going to rear the Boehner batch, which is a forty thirty forty five minute match. So that tells you right there one. We love taker, but to their programming has been majorly impacted the point that they're gonNA give that match away for free on TV so I. Don't I haven't heard anything about aws? No, they've had to kind of tweak the title match the chance depending on. Test results at the MOXIE will not be appearing at fire fest in the next two weeks. The well we got time they on the first, so all the different as Scott it okay for days gone it then he probably won't be there, but I'm going with what the statement is now. I! Know I'm I'm just saying as confirmed you probably Django, but again that's all personal choice, so that's kind of the Kobe update again. just keep renee young and kill Braxton, and appears Cutie Marshall and Jon Moxley and everybody else. That we don't know about in your thoughts You may want to send Milwaukee. Wish because I know. They would appreciate that if you want. It's up to you, but let's hope they get through this especially Kayla Braxton again. She's had it twice in that. Sucks, who goes to work, but it wouldn't. It wouldn't be your show without breaking news right now,.
"eight years" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"Don't think wwe can do three or four weeks. Awa could because they only have one show which they did which they did originally. Yes, so they could get away with that. WWe. It's a little bit harder. They would essentially have to have everybody down there for a week to probably do everything in. That's not feasible to do But continuing no family friends, our fans should attend any of these shows piping crowd noise if they want. Don't bring in New People. You don't know if there have been there. They've been social distancing. That's fair use talent staff, crowd maintain social distancing. Have them wear masks likewise stop with the lumberjack matches and the battle royals, no need of having that many people around the ring at one time. But. It's a fair point Oh. It's a fair point, an WBZ credit they're. They've they're not doing that. They're not doing the on about a royal. They've not done a lumberjack match. A W. has done both test, alls, talent and staff regularly, which Awa has been doing this whole time. W W has been doing. I think temperature checks. This this is wwe biggest flaw. They should have been testing for at least two months now. It probably wouldn't have stopped the breakout, but it would have given them some clue of what was going on essentially, and that's that's an extremely fair point it them. Testing from the get-go would not have stopped this I want everybody to understand that you'll ever tested from the start. This would happen. No, no, and you want to know why it wouldn't happen. Happen, 'cause here's the next point need to use commonsense. They've been on social media showing off each photos and birthday parties where they did nothing to protect themselves. WWE can test all they want. Same thing goes for eight W it won't matter if wrestlers are being dumbed beyond their job, which you then look at the guys like rains Kevin, Owens same museum who have taken steps to self quarantine stay with their families. Kevin has gone off into the woods. Stay home with family, they you had people so distance the proper way, but not everyone sees it as serious, or they want to have some semblance of life. The don't what moments who fly by. They tried to do. Continue enemy. We've all been We're talking about this before the show. We've been in quarantine now since March almost going on for months now not quite about three and a half going on four. We're all getting. Stir crazy, and the thing is is they've now started reopening everything Florida and Georgia and several other states have the bars open? They have the beaches open in Florida they have restaurants open their opening movie. Theaters are opening concert venues opening all the stuff back up and it's like we can now get back to normal life because Kobe was on the downturn. Now it's back on an upswing. It's on a major upswing. I know in Florida for sure and I. I think it's going to be on a major upset. Swing here in Georgia and you need to check where you'd look to. Because there's more and more at six happing everywhere, and the thing is you. Have people going out there? Not Social distancing. They're not wearing masks. I, don't know about anybody else out there, but whenever I go to the grocery store, I rarely see people wearing masks. If ever I'm wearing one, but I'm not seeing anybody else really doing it. It's very very rare and I understand. Some people think as a crock. Anderson people think it's uncomfortable. It's unnecessary. It's your choice, but here's the thing if you're a performer and if you're having to. To go into an environment where you've been potentially exposed this stuff spreads like lightning and in a fish bowl. That is the performance center as you can see. One person walks him with it tool. People can get twelve people get it. It could double. It could triple. It could quadruple, and eventually the entire staff could potentially be sick. They may not be, but that's the reality. That's how spread one person brings it and a bunch of people can get sick. You have to be smart about this stuck. She's GonNa. Be Smart, which brings me to the last point, and finally we as fans have to stop being hypocrites if we're watching these shows during this time. Time we can't tell www to stop production. We can't point out problems and give our opinions. We're part. We were part of the cycle to no one's innocent in this so basically we need to cut him some slack. If people got to show a mask, okay, people have to show up in masks. That's completely fine. I've never personally been against. That I didn't even know. That was thing that they that they were I. Don't think I don't WanNa say they weren't allowing people to wear masks, but they weren't necessarily encouraging people to wear masks, but I think people felt safe enough that they were like okay. I don't really need to wear a mask. That situation, but you have to stand that. They're doing the best that they can. In their hands extremely tied because right now. We're running with a low limited. This is both eight of U. N. WWe okay. The running with limited staff limited talent. Nobody's being forced to work. Nobody's being forced to show up. If you do not want to come to work, because you are concerned about kofoed. Kofoed or you have preexisting health conditions, or you have someone in your household that has a pre existing health condition, and you do not want to expose them, because for wrestlers and staff and everybody that are working shows that they're traveling back and forth. There's a huge exposure risk. You do not have to show up and that goes, and you can say that at any time clearly. Clearly, you can say that at any time and be like you know what I just need to self, quarantine or I want quarantine for a little while is a cool. If I stay home. Yes, it is cool. receive that with Kevin Owens. We're seeing that with same Zane happened with Roman reigns. He was kind of the first set the bar. He was like you know what I'm. I'm GONNA go home. I'm good. I'm show, but we have to cut them some slack 'cause. They're performing their. They're putting the shows together. They're giving this to us and they don't have to. They shut down and we've been saying this day one. They could have shut down and they said you want or a center home in here's here's what they will at least the released data. The can't now. Television contracts are holding them. It's the only thing even. As, the only Thing keeping AWA float. Yeah, the the money involved in that. That's what's keeping them going. They have to produce content. It's some things are facts of life producing content content for your television partners. You have to do that at some point. Is it health? Yes, can you produce content different ways? Yes, but there are parameters in. It just it sucks like everyone's in a bad spot, but. Sometimes, you have to Grin Barrett and do take every precaution world. Sometimes things will happen. We're looking at baseball coming back. We'll look at basketball comeback. They're going to be issues. We're seeing cases up before. Baseball even gets back into play. We've had you see event. Where fire had got pulled it just going to be a thing.
"eight years" Discussed on The Good News Podcast
"The other host the good news. PODCAST is your source for Good News Fun Stories Auditory Delight and Sonic Joy. We're bringing you all of this goodness from beautiful downtown Chicago Colleen. Yeah recently. We talked about a young person. Santana no not center remember that Lorant who graduated college at like nine. Yeah don't remind me this. This came across my desk and I thought it was super interesting. I'd like to tell you about a data Perez. Is this another genius. Another child Genius Adare. I should just give up lives in Mexico City and she has is an IQ of one sixty two which doesn't necessarily mean much. But I will say now. That means a lot. Well I mean it's hard to quantify so so I'll give you some examples. I know my cue and it is not that I'm not GonNa say I think I know I know my cue from when I was a kid it does it Q. Q.. I think it's gotta change a little bit on listeners. Definitely dumber than I was Albert Einstein Stephen Hawking both had an Iq of about one sixty oh so adare kind of crushing it. Let's give her a problem to solve. Camara has written a book. I can think of a few roughly translated from the Spanish to do not give up. She was recently featured heard in Forbes. Mexico's one hundred. Most powerful women in Mexico. I believe it I mean you. Can I q one sixty. Yeah you got some you've got some clout adare has not yet finished college so she is not the youngest college graduate but she. She's eight eight years old. She has finished elementary school at five. Ask Middle School at six. Oh took her one year high school at Eight. She is currently studying too online degrees industrial engineering in mathematics and system engineering -neering so she wants to go to the University of Arizona study astrophysics in the near future. which would mean like when she's nine what I think? Here's what I think should happen. I think she needs to hook up with Greta thundered. Yes and they seem to work on solving the problems of our planet put. Put that mind over there but the mind over there but that mind put that energy with that big brain energy into fixing Dr that big old brain. I'M GONNA keep an eye out for smart kids just so we can build them up. Give him a little bit of applause. I'm sure they're doing okay for applause I I hope their parents are like. You're very very smart very smart but we at the good news. pod guests also have a ton of respect for young geniuses of course. Oh yeah ah baby genius. I Q tire you Atika thank you. Thanks for listening. Do you have good news. Incredible or maybe. WanNa tell us a.
"eight years" Discussed on Native America Calling
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"eight years" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Me and reminds me daily that I have a responsibility to those ancestors when I see them again I want to share happy. We members and thoughts about what we were trying to accomplish and thank them for what they did on our behalves and it means so much that way indeed even our ancestors were alive today when they see us. Young ones Hey I just call myself. When the when the a younger generations wearing their clothing there is that sense of pride in it makes me think of Migrate Grandmother Who always wore you know her traditional sled the clothing and those times where I would wear mine in in when she'd see me just the pride that she had in seeing You know this little Tara wearing her Monta in we had that in common Boy shoes wonderful woman. Glad I'm talking about her and there's so much there I could go on and on I know the two of you could to and there are so many stories and were excited to hear how you connect to any of this and if you are finding this inner podcasts. You're taking us for a run with you or taking us for a ride. We appreciate you connecting to this conversation when you get a moment go ahead. Didn't share your thoughts with us. You can do it on facebook you can tweet it to us at one. Eight hundred nine nine native or leave it directly on our website native America calling dot com and so just any things that are on your mind right now matthew. Is You hear this and we get ready to wrap go ahead. Matthew didn't understand the question does anything else. You're thinking rock your mocks heritage all these beautiful stories that are coming out. Maybe you have one more to add senior monks wearing your mom. My father other doesn't do social media in seventy one and he wears his mock all year long so He kinda feel happy. Happy that This day rolled around every year when everyone else is able to wear their Marxist well they are a very comfortable The the traditional method is a very comfortable shoot I would like to make one quick point Today many of us are faced with concrete floors and our feet weren't designed for something like that so if you can sneak down to local shoe shop or maybe your local local podiatrist and get rigid arch support and so that those inside your marcus means you can wear them all day on concrete and still have back pain at the end of the day night. Well maybe that's the next show next year is how to hack your moccasins. Got Any hacks for US Jessica hacks insoles effort. So they're they're pretty good for like I. I don't really have any hacks duct tape I got new moccasins. A couple days ago and moccasins before before had a duct tape on the bottom and my mum's friend said you couldn't get clear duct tape was because they were like bright blue duct tape on the my walk seekers. See them when I walk put duct tape works. You know. It's really interesting to the mock said I see in different climates like snow and You know of course the dirt and Stones and grass and I wonder about how there people adapt in what they use. What do they use an Alaska to keep them WEATHERPROOF weatherproof moisture proof. How do they keep their feet? Warm in Alaska those types of questions when he when I see them sins on online Jura I and I imagine it's a whole new world when you slip some rabid skin at the bottom of it for for some of that warmth All kinds of stuff. Maybe you have some mock hacks. Gordon tweeted to us. One eight hundred nine nine native and just your thoughts here. We are eight years. Rock your mocks and anything you WANNA share it with folks or anyone who just tuned in about why this is all happening Thoughts on why. This is all happening lately. I barely focused on the youth and to let the youth. If know that if you have an idea you know go forth with your idea To make it happen in just become the best person so you can and I like to say that I have. I have kind of paved the way for the younger generation and they see me and I i WanNa you know. Make this positive impact on them like again to let them know they can accomplish anything they wanted. They put their mind to it And that's not just with indigenous. There's youth youth all over. I really want to put that across in Kudos to those people who listen to you as a youth and said how can we support you. How can we be good relative? I recently spoke with Laguna Elementary Bilingual Class Laguna and it was a little bit personal for me. Because of the those are the Utha my community and just to see there is like when they hear his worldwide and just to hear when they hear what what they're made of in their little they loved it and I I it just it was just so hartwell are heartwarming to know that they're interesting. Something in that are our future. Generation will hopefully take on those rows and let our tradition. Go on that's a cooking in Melissa. There's all kinds of stuff. Where's the hub where people can find out or any events that may be buber going to be rocking harder? They're mocks okay. there's all kinds of events Throughout North America especially and Good news we finally have a website. Yeah Hey hey rock your marks dot org so we're going to get better at the website and do our best to For next year to start posting those events that are happening there are if you but for now it's scrolling through the hashtags and finding event near you so on our social media everything is under jour- rock your marks and that's on facebook twitter and instagram. So look those up but the best way the easiest way to find the photos is do the Hashtag rocker Max. Click on it and It's an online photo album. Basically so you get to enjoy everybody else's posts in people people get to enjoy yours as well are. Why can't wait to see how the weekend wraps up with Some of the things being planned and thank you. Thank you for tuning in today day. Thank you to our guests. Melissa Sanches Jessica Jalen at C. N. Matthew Anderson and we'll be back again on Monday with a conversation with Linda. Yeah War Jack. One of the leaders of the occupation of Alcatraz This year marks fifty years since the start of this notable event our executive producer is art hughes senior producers. Monica brain associate producer. Is Andy Murphy Marino. Spencer is engineer. Nola Days Moses Distribution Director and Bob. Peterson is a network manager manager for native voice. One Clifton Chadwick is a resource development specialist Antonio. Gonzales says the anchor and producer for national native news. I'm your host Tara. Gatewood will meet you here Monday..
"eight years" Discussed on Native America Calling
"I'm Tara Gatewood and we are at the other side of the week of rocking. Your mocks. Today is The original date that started eight years ago which grew to a whole week celebration. And I've seen on social media people posting about what it means means to rock. There mocks their traditional footwear. And there is so much that I'm learning about who we are as indigenous people and I'm definitely learning learning how proud we are how strong we are. Resilient we are and what we have thrived through That's something exciting. Because not every day are we able able to just kind of talk about this stuff and rock your mocks. It seems is giving us a reason to do that. In a space A platform to show just how how proud we are as indigenous people and maybe even start a conversation about You know what it took for us to be able to be standing where we are. Inner egner traditional footwear anything to share about that. Call US right now. One eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight. Is the number on the line with us. Today is Matthew Anderson Eh Oklahoma he's a cultural specialist for the Cherokee Arts Center and here in Studio forty-nine with us is Melissa Sanchez a producer with emergence productions and and the founder of rock. Your Mocks Jess at sea from Laguna Pueblo. A thank you all for being here in the stories. The story start in the keep keep coming Melissa WanNa turn to you just The things that you have seen since Maybe even the beginning of this week in in seeing people people stories and building today and all of the different things that are going to be taking place across the nation this weekend the stories anything there. Melissa shirt thanks thanks and I was just writing. A note suggests that There it is a social media event as well and that's really the origins of it and that means there's a big rock. Your Mocks Party happening on the Internet right now. And that's all over the world so it's amazing to I should explain my role As event annual event producer for rock your mocks What that means is When we teamed up in twenty thirteen gene my role became to make the event happen each year create and evolve and you know gather ideas and do what I can and together we come up with new ideas and get new ideas from everybody posting? So it's kind of my job to look at all these posts and which is explaining what we're off air that there's comes a certain point that the posts that are hash tagged with rock. Your mocks gained so much momentum that I can't keep up anymore so thank you for that bet With the story the stories. That you all post on with your pictures of your moccasins. Your moccasins fees your group Marcus and sell fees they're so inspiring and it always reminds me and Jessica and I'm sure everybody nobody else following the Hashtag the of the ancestral connections and that these photos wherever you are in the world are sparking these conversations and and that for teachers and educators Everywhere that there are opportunities to share information and help the kids get creative. We see the many ideas is that The kids are doing. We seem bulletin boards Today I saw the medallions that are being made and it really. is Aw I guess in this day and age away to bring us altogether as suggests original idea of unity you know we all have that cultural identity and that we all still learn about each other. Every time this happens every year in the stories Even the people who are making them on one oh sharing about an individual ritual in my own community that many people were proud to wear his work That triggered something in you and in a huge smile came across your face Av WanNA share about just maybe even one of those stories. What I see is the There seems to be might just be The platform that form of social media but people being able to share their stories and see a lot more interest in the creation moccasins. And also I see people who get creative one. Mom sent her daughter a care package to college and it was all the necessary. Items to create. MOCCASINS ends well. She has some downtime at college. So that was a really neat idea. And Justice Morning The city of Albuquerque issued a proclamation Shen for rock your mcstay Iraq. Your mocks week in here in Albuquerque and we met a mother and her daughter and The daughter was is wearing heirloom moccasins. That were beated. All the way up to the cavs they look brand new and she said that they hadn't come out in twelve years because her mom had passed away A.. And for this Special Day rock your mock stay. She thought it was really good day. See a connection to have her daughter where her mom's her daughters grandma's must moccasins and those stories that we see and read are so moving and I'm sure that they're inspiring everybody around the world as well and this is also inspire hire people to not only wear their moccasins but also to wear their traditional clothing Melissa your somebody that I've run into in different places aces and spaces and you are wearing traditional clothing In representing and talk to me a little bit about that too where you know. It is also brought people out into the open wearing their traditional clothing. I think that in New Mexico again. We're blessed that we do see that on on a day to day that it there's Pueblo women wearing traditional Clothing and when we go out and represent especially for this event and it is nice to be able to wear those kind of our formal uniform so to speak when we're representing This particular keillor event. It's a great opportunity and again that also sparks Interest from people. And we get the chance to talk about perhaps national native American heritage month or who the Pueblo. People are It it means a lot to us to be able to US being an example of of Pueblo. People and you know if if we were elsewhere in any other region to share those Cher those stories and see Sippy just had a traditional where and rockier moxie yesterday. So we're seeing a lot of those events as well L. but it also creates those opportunities for our young folks to learn about their own regalia and what's appropriate. How to put it on how to wrap your marks and things like that? a time to think about community to and That's what I use it for. You know when when rock your mcstay comes is to connect with the community or Remember those that are important to us or those who have made a mark on our life and even down to what I'm wearing today wearing a ribbon skirt that was gifted to me at a big drum ceremony in thinking of that community. That invited me in to stand with them as they were celebrating things things that were passed onto them through their community through their generations. And a Lotta Times a win. We are putting our minds on these. He's moments on these people. We get stronger. And there is strength in wearing Our traditional clothing or clothing that was gifted to us in this way and our ancestors a lot of We heard from Melvin at the top of the hour talking about a when we weren't allowed to wear clothing when we weren't allowed allowed to feel that strength and today here we are. We can do that. And here is an event that is supporting some of that. Melissa Talk to me about the strength you have when when you were wearing either your traditional clothing or even wearing your moccasins with your favorite pair of jeans sometimes Along that line we all take it for granted it We take our culture and heritage. It's there for US and This is a friendly reminder that They're an unifies. All of us that we do have our cultural heritage and yes it is good to feel connected everywhere especially within our communities we most often take that for granted and then we all come together and support each other in times a need be sad or happy or a fun event like this. So that's one of the positives positives and benefits of this particular type of event but for me with Regalia it is especially Comforting I feel Kinda like and incestual I think about my ancestors on both sides of the tribe said that I belong to and what they had gone through before in their in their days in there Erez and Before the you know the the transitioning into the type of lifestyle that we do all have now and it is It brings me back and grounds grounds.
"eight years" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"And went on taking I wanna use this other route but there's a lot of advantages to that these traders in me included now have access to inverse routes in I mean I'm I'm learning a lot from Stan stands really a really good resource for is a retail trader I knew of inverse routes but I never understood why why would anyone why would anyone one let me take their liquidity and I collect a rebate I never understood stuff like that little questions like that little things I've noticed over the years and now I'm getting a little bit savvy to it but I still have a lot to learn are there any other advantages which just sort of come to the top of your mind being with a firm yeah like maybe the commissions as well or the offenses are are a great point seven point seven charge any commissions so zero commissions and all the rebates are passed through and Visi CNN fees etc pass through so if you you know you're sitting on the book all the time and you can make money on rebates and it's really nice to not have to pay commissions and I think that's a formula by the way you take someone like Stan who might trade half a million or a million shares in a day on some days easy you good luck doing that when you retail that doesn't that's GonNa get really expensive really quickly so there's there's some edge to be had and in pushing volume like that you know when you're not paying commissions and stuff like that yeah definitely chat with China's podcast is brought to you by in vast the broker our trade with every single died seriously. 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DOT COM dot edu slash chat yeah so the next part I guess would be talking about how you've set up this office in San Diego which I think is really awesome enough to hear a bit more about it it just tell me a little bit about what you've set up their head sort of came about yeah sure so we launched on September three what led up to that was you know cats had a vision of having an office out on the West Coast and the more we talk about it the more it just seemed like it could it could work and and we're just both jumped into it and we we launched on September three I mean before that we had to find some office space so I went around the city looking for some office space the we works and all those other kinds of places and we settled on a on a great spot here we're on we're not just on the outskirts of the Hoya right by UC San Diego and it's a great spot comfy room it's intimate it's not it's not the biggest not the biggest room and we got four desks in here and had a opened up for applications and had tremendous response I never thought that that many people I just didn't know that many people were interested or that many people would wanna sit in a room to together and I just didn't know I also didn't have a gauge for how many traders are they're actually in San Diego or you know in southern California you know it's tough out here we're west coast so we're on in California time so you know if you're if you're planning your trading day no market opens at six thirty local time so you gotta be gotta be up an atom in the the four. AM's four thirty or something you know at least give yourself a good hour hour and a half if not two hours of prep plan your day see what you're you know you're gonNA attack all that kind of stuff but I was delighted I couldn't believe how tremendous amount more applications than I ever so it was really nice to got to got to I did a deep study cats made it clear to me it's it's my office he'll support me and guide me as much help as I want but I get to decide you know who's going to sit in a room with me all day and so having that many applicants that was just wonderful 'cause really got a all spectrums you know all spectrums I had guys that applying the same they never played the trade before two guys applying that were very very very very profitable but it didn't comedown profitability you know it's also a personality thing it's got to be the right fit and I knew that coming into it because you know you could pick this most bad ass superstar trader there is but if he's got a ton of ego or she's got a ton of ego you gotta ask yourself is that someone I wanNA be sitting in a room with all day probably not at least not for me so there is that there is definitely an interview process and you know email back with some questions so these you and three others that's right currently what was probably my challenging and setting this up like oversee at something you've not Don before yeah what was most difficult about getting it setup might even not even just the setup but maybe on Edyta die lock is there anything which is sort of pain a little bit challenging about this this whole thing I'm thinking I mean I feel like something up I mean really now I wanNA make anything up I don't it's it's basically been a breeze I'll tell you what was the most challenging was getting the licenses do this you know to run an office and and all that stuff the the series fifty-seven to to be a licensed trader no longer read L. A. Professional Traders that you could trade firm capital and then I took it one step further with the series twenty four license to have my own office and so I could run the office that kind of thing that studying for those licenses and that was probably the biggest challenge but and that's because the the firm has already done this before this isn't the first satellite office seven points has launched they've got great again in New Jersey Stan in Fort Lauderdale Riley in Toronto and we launched San Diego it just early September so it's not their first Rodeo they had a lot of they done all this stuff before so any challenges Salie easily mitigated they already knew everything to do now Detroit is you have in the room when the office there with the what sick on of experience level like the three guys we've got two guys that are kind of similar her one's definitely heavily trading Mike in the micros like me the other one another one is also but also trading bigger names you know big board name it's bigger market names and then there's another guy who's who's trading I'd say almost exclusively large-caps Oh Nice Oh you gotta you gotTa Really Nice Mix and really nice blend in each throughout the day we're all you know sometimes were some of us are trading in our heads like I'll catch myself where I'm trading and even though I got three guys right next to me you know I'm extremely silent in I'm just really quiet and I'm kind of in my head I have to catch myself in those moments try and pull myself out of my head and realize hey I got like I got a huge edge over it's like every other retail trader out there right now I got I got a team of guys right next to me like you know what are they thinking about what I'm seeing what did they think about this trader trading equities but you focus on slightly different areas in that equity market definitely I think that's that was it almost seemed like I did it on purpose I wish I would have but it just I went for personalities over you know when you put a four traders and a in a room together that's that's a recipe for some conflict I feel like if defending on the tray so I was very active I wanted to pick it had to be the right guys it just had to be the right fit and I couldn't be happier these guys are these guys are are great they're doing well and and there are a pleasure to be around and I'm just really enjoying it and I assume they are to Nas Norris that's really cool man I'm happy fully what what's it like on a die today they're lucky they're D- have some sort of processes or routines implies like his era a premarket mating if so what sort of things discussed during them is there an after hours like sort of reflection on the die key talk little bit about that sure so in the mornings I'd say our mornings or pretty uniform were all you know individually at least going out there and sifting through what's available and seeing what you know between all the headlines and between all the gap irs and you know the different size markets You know I think each one of US basically putting together our own game plan of what looking to do on market open to the guy's really seem to lake trading you know in pre market so they'll they'll start pretty early the guys get in like five am our time which is eight am New York time so these guys are waking up you know at like four thirty in the morning or a little bit earlier to get into the office by five I roll in a little lead I'm in at like five thirty in the morning kind of the Lazier one but a love that stadium is light well yeah I'd go in earlier it's just having a Family at home I'm staying later than you know I I just need to stay up late to do family stuff and all that stuff so I I roll in like thirty minutes later it yeah every morning we're basically putting plans together and sometimes these plans overlap and we're looking for you know to see what we see like what do you think of this pr I read it sounds like sounds like shit to me sounds like a bunch of nothing or you know sounds like it might have merit you know the age you check out their balance sheet or did you see that that recent SHELFORD forty four filing we're just looking for it's kind of sometimes alone sometimes hunting together forming our plans in the morning in like I said sometimes those plans overlap sometimes they don't in us about like today we're experimenting right now with like a trade review where were at the end of the day or maybe sometimes during law when the market it's slow we are sharing our trades you know someone will go I will just share chart executions and ensure trades of what we're thinking you just kind of like you know put yourself out there in totally dear robe and just open yourself you know honesty you know from fresh perspective maybe from other traders the other guys that were in the same trades you were in or trading the same name you were in or just a freshman perspective from someone that wasn't even in the trade and it had no had no skin in that name in and just kind of get some feedback from them on what they thought of your trades and that can be very very lucrative thing to do but it's tough it's you know it's tough because we we sometimes we we do stupid things so it's putting yourself out there and sharing the great the good the bad and the ugly and just seeing what people think you know it's just I think the key of it all is a kind of take it back to the hiring process even though was answering a different one of your questions but I really wanted to hire some guys that were were hungry that were hustlers that were happy individuals people I wanna be around and these are guys that are growth minded that they're consistent already or they're almost consistent that kind of thing and let's get this going further let's grow together scale this up you know what I mean we're trading the amount of capital that were trading now is more than any one of us had access to individual early or put together I mean it's it's an opportunity to really push push yourself as as an individual and push yourself as a team in really take it to the next level and really grow as a trader in. I mean that's what it's all about for me that's why I had to just full speed ahead and and just let's let's build a team in San Diego I I had to I'll just say one last thing and to me that's the best thing in the world it was for a very long time nothing's better nothing's better than being a fulltime trader trading for home for living there's there's nothing better is the best thing in the world and I never thought I would give it up never in a million years but I'm not surprised I gave it up the to really put a team together and you know a team that wants to grow together a team of guys are just say it man just happy and Hungary and hustling together every day and just really going out there to get it in and just really wants to to scale and really really grow having a growth mindset that kind of stuff I mean you've definitely work yourself into a really good sate I think at least for me coming from retail from what I was doing as a retail trader you just take nothing now for me as and it's just the right formula to really push the pedal and excel just really see since then and how it's evolved sired Laktasi what's changed and what stayed the same and what you've point shown but yet let's let's address each of those separately so first of all what has changed since two thousand and sixteen if anything if nothing's changed then that's awesome size find find consistency in using much bigger size and I was using in two thousand sixteen I mean that's the biggest that's the first thing that comes to mind since since two thousand sixteen but there's there's been some setbacks along the way no doubt about it you know like I said you know just using hard stops if I figured out how to just.
Interview With Kevin Dusablon And Danielle Frimer
"Welcome to this episode of designed for voice. I'm your host. Jeremy wilkin and today's topic. We're gonna be talking about a number of different best practices that have been developed over the past few years and inspired from other fields such as news and media that can help us build better types of voice. Experiences joined today by kevin and danielle from sandra welcome. Thanks so much for having us happy to be here. Why don't you introduce yourself a little bit. Tell me about your cells and what you're doing and how you got to be inside of the hoist experiences. Sure i'll jump in my name's kevin so blonde. I have been a sound designer for at least a decade Working on video games and film broadcasts work podcasting. Theater played in bands Just everything with sound for a long time And i got into the voice space Close to eight years ago and got in by Being part of an engineering team for one of the large t t s voices out there on the market and then ended up joining up with a little ragtag bunch called toy. talk Where we did some pretty wonderful experiments around voice and character story And since that time. I've stayed in the space and Just been iterating and having fun creating stories and characters ever. Since i'm danielle from my background is in theater i And a player in an actor in addition to voice designer And i got started in the voice face Basically by accident. I went to graduate school for theatre in san francisco. I'm at the american conservatory theatre. I loved the city a whole lot and wanted to stick around when i graduated and so i was looking for creative jobs in interactive writing and voice over. I guess at that point it wasn't specifically interact writing. It was writing in general and came across the ragtag bunch that kevin mentioned toy. Talk and basically Got a job working for them. on interactive iot interactive apps. And that has sort of snowballed into a career in conversation sign and love a lot awesome. This is great. You have very different backgrounds but very useful skills bringing to the table which kind of melds together a lot of different things that make great voice experiences. So i think your background's set you up for really good To really good show today. And i kinda wanna kick the topic off by a. We're going to go through some of the best practices that you've looked at but the first one we want to look at is story talion in how to bring that to life with voice experience and a lot of people think of voice experiences story tallying two really only crossover at the point where you're doing these storytelling apps where it's like you're in a room and you go through this experience in their games and that's that's one way of storytelling but there's so much more to it so i want to open the floor. Lets you kind of tell us a bit more about how storytelling can apply for all types of voice. Experience design. yeah. I'm happy to jump in there so kind of actually picking up off of my my career background while at toy talk what was interesting. Is that group. though. I called it. Ragtag was actually quite know we assembly of of professionals from pixar and lucasfilm and other places like that at that time in my career. I was just coming out of some great triple gaming experience and so we were working on storytelling and character development from different disciplines with that group At at scale and at the very top of that industry Which was a super exciting thing to be a part of and at that time we actually weren't entirely sure how we were going to express these characters. We knew we wanted to have characters talking back to audiences and taking them on adventures and that was that was crucial It became evident immediately. That story was going to be sort of the centerpiece of both. How developed All of our content and then also how we enticed the audience to join us and empathize with these characters and and encourage the utility of literally speaking with them and again sort of just over the time at toy. Talk and bolstering. And now at at sandra we've now engaged in so many iterations and on so many different devices without screens and in so many different locations. We've really engaged in this idea of bringing voice and bringing conversation to this medium and in that endeavor story has always been present There's really never a moment when we're not considering how to use beats weather visually or through sounds To to take the user somewhere or to orient them or help them understand what they are trying to achieve or where they are now in the experience. So i'd sort of make the case that really in good you x. Story exists sort of eight -ly You can't guide somebody through an experience without taking them on some type of story whether it's short or long and i actually passed this win over danielle because we were speaking very recently about a project that is a little bit less. Inherently story oriented That we worked on earlier. This year with sandra one that kind of does get away from that idea of traditional story story game And this is a more utilitarian experience that we created But i think we've found. That story ended up being one of the most important and sort of exciting components to develop and one of the things that are our client in. That case was most excited about receiving
"eight years" Discussed on Pop Shop
"I am so yeah. So we're, we're having a ready to go time op. Say it's been definitely the most enjoyable tour. I've been on out insane places. I've never seen before, but then in times in times I've played too, like especially these American shows now I'm playing outdoors nearly every night and I think my music lends it onto these kind of I'm potato type venues that I'm playing to, and you know, you learn so much about yourself every night and the bond, and the crowds are completely different every night. And yeah, it's kind of has an Hossam become monotonous in any way, shape or form. So I'm really, really enjoy off to say, and. One final question before we let you go. We're actually talking to you on July twenty third, which is, as we know from your Twitter, eighth anniversary of win one direction formed, you know, you got into guys all celebrated online on a daylight. This kind of make you reflect on on where you've come from with one d or does it make you think about where you guys are all at now and what could ever happen with the group in the future? Yeah, gets to a mix of both. You know, it all kind of kinda came about real quick in before we knew a number one album. In American. We're selling out Raynor's and we were, you know, globally successful if you like, and we agree time, you know what we were doing and this is kind of like a little chapter in the middle where you know we're do. We're doing our own thing again, being all being successful at it, I'd like to think and selling tours and and you know, being out in the roads and making tunes the wheel, I want. Make. And yeah, it's kind of a bowl and then yeah, we can see what happens in the future is suppose. But yeah, it's been. It's been. It's hard to believe. It's been eight years. I get people coming up to me and like meet and greet sick today was in urban outfitters. In garland said, I've been find since I was twelve and she was like twenty. Is even makes me feel that I'm only twenty four. So it's it's just like, oh my God, it's a bit of a shock to the system when you hear stuff like that. But yeah, it's it's, it's been a major like to be part of people's lives. Basically, you know, people you read online year, like a one direction was basically a part of my teenage years, and you know, I wouldn't have it any other way. That's I think that's like quite cool thing to be able to have an resume. I just did the math and I totally forgot that you were sixteen when wonder started. I'm like, wait, is that possible? My gosh. Yeah, they look up with you. Goodness, gracious. Yeah, exactly. And hope that hope they keep doing. Absolutely. I don't think they're going anywhere. It's been so great chatting with you. Nile bust of luck to you on the tour, and thank you so much for taking the time to talk with us. Thank you very much. Have me the hopefully not good, I'll thank you. See that..
"eight years" Discussed on Pop Shop
"Yeah, I can't. I like to do things in blocks. So did start the album pro on September album came out Dan about Tober gonna promote right up to Christmas. Then stopped for two months. So that's the album promo in my head out the way and then yeah, and then totally stopped chill, and then restart pro tour together, then head out in the roads. So the toward ends up being from March until the end of September. So six months, I think six or seven months and then stop. And then that'd be me then for a kind of take some time off and Chiloe and then go, as I said, go right. And again, I'm started all again. I don't wanna. I don't wanna. You said to everyone and upset with the label and my management above and I kinda wanna do like it did the last time where I took as long as I could to make sure it's right and and make sure I don't come like spend a year away and then come back with a lotta crop. Got her way. I'd rather wait until those then big songs come and they, you know, time is time is of the essence, so I want to use it. Is there any chance I know we're coming up on when we are supposed to let you go. Is there any chance of maybe extending the tour past September, or is that going to be the hard end of of the run? Yeah, that's that's kind of like, you know, I've done. Do you k. done Ireland on your most on Europe? Then we went down to Australia and New Zealand, and then all you need is Africa and Asia. Right? Yeah, honestly, nearly every continent and then, yeah, kind of we did South America for the last few weeks and then into Mexico and then yet can of North American. No, you know, America's slash kinda the for the next can have. I think it's like two months today we finish..
"eight years" Discussed on Pop Shop
"Well, speaking of writing music, you have a new single called finally free which soon you co wrote and is from the film small foot, which opens him theaters on September twenty eighth. Why did you want to be a part of this movie and have your music in it? Yeah, it was. It was actually really cool. Inorganic how it happened. And yet the the movie people got in touch to two brothers, directing the directing the whole movie, you know, from animation to who's in blah, blah, blah. And then they got in touch. Kind of said, you know, we, we kinda like the lane you're in and music ways. And would I be up for kind of writing some songs for the for the soundtrack? And then I was kinda. I was at the time I was on. I was on tour and again, you know, as I said, I still go to kind of put one. It's like if if a big movie company come to you and say, can you write some songs for track you wanna nearly be on time off to just put one hundred percent yourself into that. But I after I had a couple of weeks off and it was back in LA and after I kind of told him that I couldn't write a lotta songs. It turned out that good friend of mine Julian Veneta and I'm John Ryan. They were kind of who had written a lot with the one d still fourth, and I wrote slow Huns waste and our good friends in my day. It had been given the executive producer for the executive producer job feller, Vini movie or music. Yeah, I know it was great. It was honestly, there's Berlin and then yeah, so I went around to the. Their place one day, and we were just hanging out and hanging out with their studio. And then we just ended up can of your for a project like that. You're kidding. Nearly given like a brief, you know, there's you're given not gonna given a brief, but you're, you get to watch scenes of the movie, and then you kinda go off and Kenya, right? You know, like a like, kind of like a concept album type thing I think is what what I'm trying to say. So we thought we and we wrote that and yet they had kind of had written the chorus and then we'd kind of kind of committed and put my touch on it. But I'm, yeah, so it was kind of radio organic and it turned out, all right. I would've loved to have done a few more chins 'cause not kinda thing is right over my street. Decades. Folksy temple might say jingly Nile. Yeah, jingle jangle. You were saying that they asked you to write some songs plural. Did you end up writing more than one or is this? Is this the only one? It was the only one I go around to do, and yeah, had it was was I was all from Torah, and I was just in l. a. and we're just hanging out. So it was the only one that got around to, sadly, do you know the two of the more Dino where the song is going to be in the movie at all. I'm not quite sure. Hopefully something good. Hey. Said the movie are moving. People are making a big deal over and makes me feel good about our son right. We have a feeling that you probably have an opportunity to write more for for films and whatnot down the road to. So this won't be your last last one. I I wanted to ask. Hopefully I want to ask the question yet. We talked about how your touring and you you've basically down the road. It seems like well, effectively since like last like August, I mean, because you had the flicker sessions and then you took sort of the holidays off, but you were promoting the album and then you sort of started this tour properly. The flicker tour in March. I know you have a home in l. a. but have you really had any time to be at home in the past like six months?.
"eight years" Discussed on Pop Shop
"And yeah, it should make for a good Volk on the next. And actually you're out onto her with and Morris. And you mentioned that you're in Nashville now. Do you think she'll have a chance to like show you around a little bit around music city? Oh yeah. I spent a lot quite a lot of time in national like know, puts great Marlins on the road with us. And you know, we've got, we became really good friends and you know her and her husband and her bond and all her friends. You know, we're all we all hang out whether we're here and yeah, it's good. It's good to have a local knowledge to have a good whenever. Good time. What we're here. Do you do you get much time actually like downtime on the road, like to do like fun things or you always kind of like on a tour bus in, you know, soundcheck on the stage and then you sleep, or do you actually have time to do fun stuff. And yeah, we'll have kind of. I've done a lot of touring over here. So I've kind of learned how to schedule a tour without tiring everyone out too much so I can schedule this one so we could have, you know, do a couple of shows day off, you know, do show. Oh, then have another day off and kinda kinda do three or four shows a week. So it's it's been really fun and just kind of like golf. So I've got time for that and you know the the Americans in the crew all have you know, ideas for titties days off and stuff like that. So it's been. It's been really good laugh. Okay. So the the Americans that you speak of what is their idea of fine because that almost sounded like there's, there's gotta be a story there. I don't know what I feel like they've, you know toward, especially like Marin on, you know, they spend a country folk spend time on the road around the state so they can know each time that we go to and and stuff like that. So if we have time where we have a day off, we'd kinda look ahead to see what's coming up, what cities are coming from what we can do there. Yeah. So it's been not. We've been really enjoying it. And yeah, this is definitely the most fun tour the. I've been part of because I can actually get out and see cities for change. It was a little bit different. In the one direction days a slightly more day on it. Yes. Well, you start exactly. This podcast is brought to you by.
"eight years" Discussed on Pop Shop
"Louis Tomlinson, and Liam Payne were put together by Simon cowl to form the boy band. One direction had it not been for Simon, looks pretty brilliant right about now. I mean he has lots of things that he can you know crow about, but this is especially, you know, crazy that he put these five dudes together. He's eating a salad made out of cash. Yeah, exactly. At the time of their formation Nile, Liam. Harry were just sixteen years old while Zane was seventeen and Louis was eighteen babies. They were all babies role. Three of the guys Nile, Liam Louis took to Twitter on Monday to celebrate the anniversary. Let's see what they had to say. So Nile tweeted, wow, eight years. Of amazing memories with the lads. Thank you so much for standing by us for all this time. Liam said, what an incredible eight years. It's been with my brothers. Thank you to all the fans that are still supporting and following our journeys. Love l. p. and Louis tweeted, where's the time gone? Thank you so much to every single person who's ever supported us big love and remember if it's by one direction and it's a banger I probably wrote on it. Okay. I like the way he injected a dash of humor. There. Unfortunately, we haven't heard anything for Harry just yet who is the last remaining member of wonder auction. But back on July sixteenth, which is when his solo tour wrapped up, he seemed to be kind of taking a step back from social media tweeting. Thank you to my band, the crew and all of you for making this tour. So wonderful. Treat people with kindness goodbye for now I saw that and I was like, okay, he's clearly taking a break. Yeah, made it clear. He's going to miss these things. If you've got something you'd like him to tweet Rao, he's going to miss it for a little bit, may have to Email him known him. Bone him. And of course, Zane has not tweeted either. He was at original member, but he left before the group went on indefinite hiatus, and he really doesn't tweet about these things anymore. So I mean, is he really much of a social media person and is, but like he's currently got some new music, but he's from outings working on that. Yeah. And we were able to ask Nile about the anniversary since we spoke with him on the actual day, Monday total Winky Dink. Yes, it just all came together, beautifully like that. We also got stuck in a little question about the future of the group. Even though I'd say it's time to get into our chat with Nile horn, obstinately Nile, call this up from the road Nashville. You'll hear him say the word Nashville or he's currently on his flicker world tour until September. We talked about why he says, this is the most fun tour that he's been a part of why are we won't be getting any clubbing from him in the future Louise there for the club. Like they aren't gonna club together. We talked about Niles new song. Finally free from small foot, and of course the eighth anniversary of one direction. So here's our chat with Nile horn. Welcome to the billboard pop shop. Podcast Nile Horan. How are you doing sir? I'm great. Thanks here in Nashville. You said it perfectly. You've said it would just the right kind of twang mash. Yes, you're on tour right now and you're in Nashville the the flicker world tour actually started back in March, but you just reached the US a week or so ago, and then you continue on through September or so, you know, before this tour yet a string of dates last fall, how do you think that you've kind of grown as a musician and a performer over this past year of all these concerts? Oh, yeah. Loads the show is evolved will go up. We all play a lot tighter together as a band. Yeah, I think that happens with time the longer you spend on the road more, the better you get and this will stunned me in in good stead for when I go to to record the next time because you know you're singing every night, your nursing, the volka cords..
"eight years" Discussed on Pop Shop
"Was going to be the year of Alba who knew that dozen eight was going to be the year ten years ago. It is weird how an someone someone said this more eloquently than me, but it was in association with. With the promotion of mama. Mia. Here we go again, how there's like three different stages of of people of OB were. It was like the initial like love of Allah in the seventies, and then there's like some backlash to Allah when they were like a little bit too kitschy. And then there was like the renaissance of Abba, which basically is from Abu gold and miracles wedding. Yeah, I was gonna say, you can go back to Muriel's wedding, and then that it just sort of that's quite movie by the way I hadn't seen that. I watched it like last year. Yeah. Yeah. It's like twenty five years. Okay, so I'll mine is a twenty second version. I actually kind of just went to the movie initially in theaters because I knew that before the movie started, they were going to show Madonna's music video from bedtime story. That's incredible. Madonna's bedtime. What was that? Twenty five, yeah. Okay. So and then I stayed for Maria's wedding. That's so funny. But you just said you just saw recently. Yes. And I don't know. I think I just noticed that it was on some streaming service I have and I was binge-watching a lot of movies and and and just, wow, is what I have to say. There was just a lot of twists and turns. I did not expect in that movie. Yeah, it's you think of it. It's like, oh, it's so bad, even it's fine is no, no, no, it's dark and it's also, I mean, like the ABA aspect of it is very limited. Like four exactly expecting mama, Mia. Oh, exactly. Basically wedding, not so much, but yeah, Avas. Others like ever since Muriel's wedding and the gold, it's sort of it's like snowballed and then we had mama, Mia, the musical, and then the movie based on the stage musical and then ten years later, Bob still going strong. Now at the end of this year, we're going to get two new songs, their first new material in like thirty five years wrongdoers. So go oughta go anyway, another band that pop music. Yes, exactly..
"eight years" Discussed on Pop Shop
"I was like, hold on what is he doing? I like the fact that he made it a production. He made it a big thing. He had the drone. He had the selfie camera and somebody shooting it. He put a lot into it. It was exciting, totally grew shaggy and his two other celebrity favorites were Sierras video with a husband, Russell Wilson as well and diplomats video, which has a hilarious cameo from Lil. Jon haven't seen the diplo one. I hadn't either until shaggy picked it as one of his favorites and watched it isn't that article does dance dancing, it it sort of ya, and he's got these other like backup dancers doing the dance as well. And then little John just like jumps in at the end for perfect little John kind of, you know, yelling cameo he does. He does well in other chart news also on how one hundred oriented Grandes. God is a woman debuts at number eleven, giving the pop star, her twenty eighth hot one hundred hit and her thirteenth top forty, single right above Arianna by God. It's Drake Scott's point out. Godly hot one hundred charts. Yes, it works in mysterious. Over on the billboard two hundred. That's all I got. That's all I all the God, that there was nothing else to say. I just wanted to mention God twice. Over on the billboard, two hundred charts. The soundtrack to mama. Mia. Here we go again debuted at number twenty. All things got a bump this week as promotion of the new film ramped up. The movie opened in theaters on July twentieth the day after our sales and streaming tracking week ended. So that means we could see increased games next week for AGA and the mama Mia soundtrack. So stay tuned for that. But in the meantime, the original mama, Mia soundtrack reenters the billboard, two hundred number eight. Nine while Avas gold greatest hits album jumps from number one. Forty one to number eighty. Six overall scored a forty one percent gain in album sales in the weekend in July nineteenth, rising to eight thousand sold while the groups on demand streams, rose, twenty percent to seven point six million new twenty eighteen.
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"So let's get started with some Diriye strike so much Drake. I feel like this is the Drake cast. It's like every week. There's just some new thing to say about Drake, it's what happens when you're the most popular artists in America? Well, he holds onto number one on the billboard, two hundred chart for third week with scorpion which earned two hundred sixty thousand equivalent album units in the week ending July nineteenth. According to Nielsen funny, that number would be a huge number for opening we. Yeah, yeah. This year for anyone else that would be enormous for him. That's his third further over on the billboard hot one hundred songs chart the album's track in my feelings racks up a second week atop the list. Thanks largely to the popularity of it's viral dance challenge. Me m- the track racked up a record. One hundred sixteen point, two million US streams during the tracking week. It beats the streaming record previously held by another gone, viral hit Bowers Harlem shake, which of course had its own viral dance challenge Memed thing, and it logged the previous record. Their previous streaming record was one hundred and three point. One million streams back at the height of Harlem shakes popularity in two thousand thirteen. So took five years for the record to be beaten. That's wild. And it's been beaten because of this viral dance challenge thing. I have to say. Say one thing about this, you actually have to be able to dance to do this. This off league. This is like Harlem. Shake was like, hilarious videos that literally anybody could do. You didn't need to have skills, do video, editing skills, maybe that's about it. But yes, I have to say, and the man behind the dance moves is named Shige is a social media comedian not shaggy, not shaggy. Shige. He started the in my feelings challenge. I think it was the day scorpion came out that Friday. He literally posted a video where he made up this little damp that goes along to the lyrics of in my feelings, and he called it hashtag do the Shige sure. Although now I feel like it's more widely known as hashtag in my feelings, challenge and alive. Celebrities can post about it, and we actually got caucus shaggy for the magazine, latest issue that has kicked Cutty on covered. And if you go over to billboard dot com right now, you can see a little bit from this interview. He actually, we had him pick his favourite of the celebrity videos. And have you seen the wool Smith? One Will Smith one is pretty nuts. It's like a Wilson production. Get full like movie many moves on top of a bridge in like Budapest. Yeah, and he, yes. And that not surprisingly as one of Shakey's favorites, the quote he had from our interview, he said, I was in shock when I watched the video..