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Amazon Buys SmartLess Podcast for Around $80m
"Eighteen million dollars. Podcast sounds like well. You're listening to it. According to amazon at least distribution and sales rights for the smart less podcast for between sixty and eighty million dollars the show will not be exclusive but will be published one week early on amazon music and want to replace. The deal was through c. A amazon podcast is launching australia. New zealand's nine months after launching in the us and the uk willing to what it looks like down under with at least twenty. Two australian and kiwi podcasts highlighted
Atlanta Councilman Antonio Brown, Who Voted to Defund Police, Has Car Stolen
"Mayoral candidates has name antonio brown. I don't think he's a football player. And he is one of those who is a city council member and voted to defunding. The police are at least to move Millions of dollars out of the police. Seventy three million dollars out of two hundred and eighteen million dollar budget. Remove those for reinventing. The city's culture of policing had his car stolen broad daylight by a bunch of kids while he's standing there on was out of his car meeting with community leaders when he says a group of very young themes jumped in his car and took off oxides. Patty pan spoke to the councilman. She joins us now. Live tonight with more patty or five kids. Youngest apparently six or seven years old. But tell you yeah. Yeah you know the councilmen tells us that police actually have found his car but really. We don't have any other details than that. Now the councilman also said he'd never saw it coming. He tells us he was literally three feet three or four feet away from his car when he believes what appeared to be four. Young children says no more than eleven or twelve years old got into his car but really what's most shocking is he believes at one of the children was no more than six or seven years old and at the time you saw them he says they were holding a toy. There was no care for loss of life and for themselves or or my soul atlanta councilman and mayoral candidate. Antonio brown says what happened to him in his district in the dixie hills community in northwest atlanta is a perfect example of what is happening to our youth and why we as a society need to step up and help
NFTs are music industry’s latest big hit
"So. Nfl teas are essentially digital collectibles. That are authenticated or what we call minted using blockchain technology and purchased using cryptocurrencies. Like a theory so nf tease basically act as virtual deeds and they convey ownership of digital asset. Each one gets uploaded to a digital ledger where it tracks information like when it was created when it was sold for how much it was sold and who bought it and how are we seeing the music industry use teas. So we've seen musicians jump and auction off music. Tickets experiences art unreleased music songs. They hadn't put out before didn't think they'd have an audience for but you know have been able to find sort of rabid fans online so blau a dj has sold. I think over eighteen million dollars worth of these things. Seventeen million dollars in the past month. Most of that through a token is release of his three-year-old album. Ultraviolet and that grossed eleven point six million dollars and briefly held the record for the highest price paid for a single. Nfl tea at three point. Six million other artists like kings of leon released a new album as an nf t disclosure. Steve aoki's a lot of electronic artists. But we'll also see post malone said. He would auction off the chance to play beer pong with him in the clubhouse app this thursday. That is a very post vallone. String of words. Yeah so why is it so interesting to musicians in particular and this year in particular. This is super interesting to musicians because it is potentially a way to really connect with your core avid fans in another way and to make money from them the way that most artists make money as much as eighty percent of their income for a lot of artists is on the road touring. They haven't been able to do that for more than a year at this point with the pandemic so a lot of folks are struggling strapped for cash and they haven't seen their fans in over a year so this is another way to connect and another way to make money
Bandits, Not Boko Haram, Responsible for Latest Kidnappings in Nigeria
"And welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew miller on join first of all from a by the journalist chico oduor who has followed the story of nigeria's kidnappings since the boko haram raid on jabbar festival out into this program. Is this spate of attacks on schools. There has been in the last few days in wake some lodge some small some successful some not. In the general scheme of things how common have attacks on schools like this. Become in nigeria. They've become shockingly common to be honest. it's almost at the point. where were the nigerian. Public is feeling fatigue. And that's really scary. Because dis should be front burning stories but sometimes you get people not even wanting to even know the details because we've heard this before so the attack that happened. This past monday was actually the fourth that happened since december and then last year there are several attacks and what we're seeing of course is that these attackers are no longer really affiliated with the boko haram islamist movement. It's now just bandits. Criminals are looking for money and this has become a very very lucrative business. To be honest money is being funneled to rescue these hostages. And that's what's keeping this thing going. I mean from between june. Two thousand eleven march last year at least eighteen million dollars was paid to kidnappers as ransom. So for example in kara with three hundred. Schoolboys kidnapped this past december. We learned that some of the parents started to negotiate with the kidnappers. The boys when they were abducted and taken to the forest of northern nigeria. That's cat seen a state in the northeast. So the kidnapped boys. They started to make contact with their parents. You know with their cell phones and so they're talking to their parents and they're saying bring this amount of money in order for us to be freed so the parents started trying to find ways to do that dropping bags off here and there at designated points so in that case we did see parents collecting money fundraising amongst themselves. Also we're seeing professional gauche kind of coming to the fore and this especially we see with boko haram related kidnappings. So that's how we're saying that we're seeing this in the form of the parents themselves. So it was so desperate raising money for their children and also professional shooters because this is a huge market business. That has come forth win. Stories like this. Get reported beyond nigeria. Obviously the media tends to frame them in the context of boko haram because everybody thinks back to that huge kidnapping of two hundred and seventy six goals from sheberghan in bona state. Many of whom still haven't been found again but if this is now more just you're straight up and down ransom seeking banditry. Do we know if there is any overlap between the bandit gangs and boko haram. Is there any possibility that these bandit gangs are being used as fundraising proxies if you will you know again. I think the pentagon where the kidnapping takes place. Those possibilities do exist for example. The one that happened in december with three hundred. Schoolboys boko haram responsibility. But i'm of the belief that it was not boko haram and what's happening in that part of nigeria. There's been a lot of artistic gold mining and so some people feel that that industry which is a very murky industry extraction of gold is somehow contributing to the rise and kidnappings in northeastern nigeria. Sorry northwestern nigeria which is where it happened in december but casino which is where. We saw the kidnappings in the past. Few days is not part of that. So we haven't really seen much bokram activity in kaduna. In the past few years to be honest do a has been a hotbed of just bandits. Guys who literally take up residence in the forest and for the past five years. We've been seeing these kidnappers first of all attacking motorist going from the buddha kaduna expressway. That's been their operation for the past four years. So if you're trying to go up to do now which is a two hour journey. A journey from asia. You could get kidnapped. But now they've gone and started targeting children but it's the same group of people and they have no bocom affiliation at all to be honest so they went from kidnapping motorist and they target sometimes. The huge lorries of passengers coach buses. That take people back and forth. They could also target taxes that tend to be carrying more well to do nigerians. But now they've realized that kidnapping children it's more
Nigeria kidnappings: What is Boko Haram?
"In almost any country the armed abduction of a single child from its school would be a huge story a crime as rare as it is cruel in nigeria. In recent years the armed kidnapping of entire classrooms has become wretchedly commonplace and recent weeks have seen a further significant uptick of kidnap raids own schools by motorcycle mountain bandits. Dozens of children and several teachers have been taken. Some returned some not the tactic of large-scale school abductions was made infamous by boko haram the islamist militia. Which has spent much of this century menacing northeast. Nigeria in two thousand and fourteen boko haram generated global headlines with the kidnapping of two hundred and seventy six schoolgirls in tabuk in bona state. Many are still missing. It is not clear if any direct role boko haram has played in these most recent kidnappings. It is clear that nigeria has a serious problem. But how does nigeria solve it. Is this crime or terrorism over both and is the remedy policing or counter insurgency. This is the foreign desk. But now they've realized that kidnapping children it's more lucrative. That's literally what this is about. Just where does the money comes from. It really shows you how desperate nigerians have become just to make money the economy ever. Since buhari came into power. It's really gone. Downhill and people are taking desperate measures to make ends meet in fact in the northwest especially. Now it's extremely concerning as the groups have multiplied in terms of numbers. They've grown in terms of strength that mean the jihadist groups are trying to make inroads so we could have a more difficult situation in the northwest. But that doesn't seem to be many a sense of urgency about dealing with these. There is a certain amount of violence. That's involved here. It's it's a form of war not not peacekeeping but that violence has to be located in a broader political strategy of achieving reconciliation. And unless you have that strategy in place more violence almost always just makes things worse rather than better and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew miller on join first of all from a by the journalist chico oduor who has followed the story of nigeria's kidnappings since the boko haram raid on jabbar festival out into this program. Is this spate of attacks on schools. There has been in the last few days in wake some lodge some small some successful some not. In the general scheme of things how common have attacks on schools like this. Become in nigeria. They've become shockingly common to be honest. it's almost at the point. where were the nigerian. Public is feeling fatigue. And that's really scary. Because dis should be front burning stories but sometimes you get people not even wanting to even know the details because we've heard this before so the attack that happened. This past monday was actually the fourth that happened since december and then last year there are several attacks and what we're seeing of course is that these attackers are no longer really affiliated with the boko haram islamist movement. It's now just bandits. Criminals are looking for money and this has become a very very lucrative business. To be honest money is being funneled to rescue these hostages. And that's what's keeping this thing going. I mean from between june. Two thousand eleven march last year at least eighteen million dollars was paid to kidnappers as ransom. So for example in kara with three hundred. Schoolboys kidnapped this past december. We learned that some of the parents started to negotiate with the kidnappers. The boys when they were abducted and taken to the forest of northern nigeria. That's cat seen a state in the northeast. So the kidnapped boys. They started to make contact with their parents. You know with their cell phones and so they're talking to their parents and they're saying bring this amount of money in order for us to be freed so the parents started trying to find ways to do that dropping bags off here and there at designated points so in that case we did see parents collecting money fundraising amongst themselves. Also we're seeing professional gauche kind of coming to the fore and this especially we see with boko haram related kidnappings. So that's how we're saying that we're seeing this in the form of the parents themselves. So it was so desperate raising money for their children and also professional shooters because this is a huge market business. That has come forth
Did Boston Celtics Overplay Their Hand?
"Boston. Overplay its hand. There were a lot of reports in the hours. Leading up gordon hayward signing that the celtics and the pacers were discussing a sign and trade gary washburn over the boston globe. He suggests that the pacers were willing to throw in miles. Turner the celtics water a miles. Turner plus package whether it's miles. Turner and tj warren or miles turner and victoria depot. That that that celtics package seemed to highly unlikely to be something the pacers would go for. Tj warrant is coming off a monster performance in the bubble and victor oladipo for all his injury issues. last year is still an all star level player. You don't give up to players of that caliber to get a player. That play like gordon hayward frankly so the celtics. They didn't walk away with nothing because they do have tristan thompson. Now they do have jeff teague. But i can see jeff how miles turner would goodness celtics uniform. And the guy is a three point shooting mobile shot-blocking big man. He's not perfect. He's been called soft before there's questions about positional fit. But something tells me brad. Stevens could do well with versatile. Big man who can shoot three pointer. I i just. I wonder if we'll look back on this in a year and wonder if the celtics overplayed their hand because miles turner in addition to all the things i said he's got a reasonable contract by nba standards anyway. Eighteen million dollars per year over the next three. What do you think of that. Do you think there's a chance the celtics overplayed their hands here. I don't know. I don't think so. Crass t taking a slightly different tact on it. Because i wasn't all that a or the whole idea of only getting mile turner back in the deal. I understand everything you just said But the celtics certainly just made a a decision that that's what they were looking for excitement. Lucy gordon hayward elsewhere without getting any say return on. I don't mind that trying to get a little bit more in it. Not working out for them and again. I'm hearing all your points what you're saying about mouse. Turner but that's something maybe dearly age his staff. I'm not saying you're gonna go out and find another mouse. Turner application that production with a couple of different players here and there and whether it ends up being some kind of combination of daniel thais and looking down the bench and seeing what happens off from that point I just wasn't sure that you know. Look indiana if you really wanna gordon hayward i think you had to force them to really make you pay for it and i don't say that do would you come down to it. The pacers were willing to give up that much and so that sure indicates how much that they really wanted. Gordon hayward i'm fine with the celtics student what they did now. You could be ultimately correct. They may regret not adding that kind of player. Especially we get into the playoffs split I agent it is staff are more than willing to let that ride. It see if they can't come up with that kind of a similar player through the course of use it a couple of different players and seeing what they can do at the trade deadline. Yeah they did get tristan thompson. Which is exactly what they need in on that front line. They've got the more athletic up perimeter shooting floor spacing kind of guy. You've got robert williams who is athletic shop locked they didn't have the physical rebounding tough guy. And that's what tristan thompson is brings championship experience to that team which i think will be a valuable addition and jeff teague is fine. He's not a starter anymore. But you're not asking him to basically kemba walker insurance down there in case kennedy's to take time off that knee injury so it wasn't. It wasn't a failure of an off season for boston. I just. I wonder how we look at this this summer. The summer this fall we look at a couple years
Social Media Influenced or Influencers?
"The highest paid earner on Youtube is not old enough to get a driver's license. In fact, he's nine his name is Ryan. His channel May twenty, six, million dollars last year and fact two of the top three global earners on Youtube are under ten years old. The third highest earner is a six year old Russian girl who brought in eighteen million dollars recently, lawmakers in France passed a bill that contained similar labor protections for child social, media stars as for child actors models while protecting kids is a laudable thing to do. It feels A. Bit Strange calling this new law a win several months ago in a breakpoint commentary, we discussed teenage pop music, Star Name Billy Irish who swept the two thousand twenty grammy awards are concerns about how island had been exploited to make money apply here too when childhoods are directed toward building media, empires, Young Youtube Stars in elementary age social media influencers earn money by broadcasting their lives online and then charging money for ad placements. All of this enabled, of course, by their parents and our society and especially weird but largely unquestioned societal norm is revealed in. All of this, our culture idolizes the concept of agency justifying almost anything by the capacity to act according to One's granted wishes all of our postmodern moral claims about sexuality hinge on agency. If an encounter was consensual, it was okay. If a baby is wanted, then it's really baby if a couple wants to stay married, they should if they don't, they shouldn't no other questions to be asked however does anyone actually believed that a six year old girl who thinks she's just playing at the park with her dad but his actually being broadcast and millions. Of Subscribers Online has agency isn't even possible for her to understand realize that she's the star of kindergarten version of the Truman show of course, not kids have no concept of the dangers that kind of publicity not to mention that kind of money can pose for her personal and relational wellbeing. In fact, we only need check in on Corey Feldman or Britney Spears to see just what should be obvious that people meant to protect. THEM AREN'T French lawmakers concerned about how hard they work as noble was at intention may be the people meant to protect. Children are their parents. Still the problem created here is two pronged on the other side of the camera. That's pointed directly in the faces of celebrity kids are other kids who are obsessively consuming their content and are sold on a wrong idea of what life is ultimately all about even more new netflix documentary reveals just how much the success of social media companies hinges on our loss of agency and the social dilemma. A handful of Silicon Valley engineers and former social media executives describe how successfully algorithms keep users on their sites for as long as. Possible the five videos that pop up in the up next column on Youtube are generated by an algorithm built by people who are trained in human psychology and determine what will interest you. The next video then plays automatically after intending to watch just one, we end up watching dozens and algorithms custom sell videos. Artificial intelligence can even create them writing in medium. John. Bridled scribes the infiltration of bought created videos for children on Youtube botts determine what videos kids are watching, and then create mashups of images, songs, and Buzzword Hashtags in order to keep them. Watching and no amount of gatekeepers or regulators can keep out those with nefarious intent including those who create videos of lovable cartoon characters doing horrifying things the new. York Times covered this dangerous phenomenon a few years ago in a peace with this headline on Youtube kids startling video slipped past filters. One tampered with video featured kids, cartoon character, pepe pig being literally tortured by her dentist. It showed up on Youtube S- front page when users type in just a few basic search terms thankfully youtube caught it and eventually removed it look at the very least. Parents must diligently monitor what their kids are watching online. However, we must diligently push back on those parts of our digital culture that are now going largely unquestioned cultures most powerful, not where it is the loudest. But in what it normalizes screen time worldview messages, the inept concept of consent and yes child celebrity isn't children bear the image of God they exist because he loves them not so that they could fulfill the
Los Angeles Sheriff Unveils Mask Decontamination Center
"Trapp Los Angeles county sheriff all to be in a way that is today unveiling a decontamination center that he said could this in fact up to thirty thousand and ninety five mass because daily and save the county more than eighteen million dollars the sheriff says his department is the first law enforcement agency in the nation to open such a center the N. ninety five masks have been in high demand at hospitals and clinics
Bloomberg Campaign Staffers Speak Out, Alleging Broken Promises
"Mike Bloomberg's presidential campaign was one of the most expensive in history he ended it after a dismal performance on super Tuesday one month ago today the former New York mayor still promised to keep his operation running through the general election and to invest more than a billion dollars to defeat president trump but then hundreds of Bloomberg field organizers were abruptly fired last month three of them are now sharing their stories they talked with NPR's Juana summers when Mike Bloomberg launched his presidential campaign he hired an enormous network of staff across the country showering them with salaries that far exceeded what other candidates for pain he also offered them something else a job through the general election no matter what they offered an incredible benefit package which is unheard of for a field staff offering eight thousand dollars a month for a regional wall dedication to kill our healthcare technology a laptop cell phone that's all just money he joined Bloomberg's campaign in Miami Dade County as a regional organizing director in December he said those guarantees unheard of on campaigns made a job with Bloomberg incredibly attractive part of his job was to interview potential staff and it's part of our hiring guidelines wise to utilize the line back employment it guaranteed greener member location it's not that promise was part of what convinced Matthew jeweler in Denver to quit the I. T. job he'd worked at for ten years I honestly don't know if I would have taken the job if it weren't for that specific guarantee because I knew I wanted to work in the general election Bloomberg dropped out of the way shortly after super Tuesday then there were two rounds of layoffs in the first round hundreds of staffers across the country were let go told that they behave through March thirty first they were encouraged to apply to work for Bloomberg's organization in battleground states then Bloomberg abandoned his plans to form a new independent entity and announced that he but instead give eighteen million dollars to the Democratic National Committee for the party's battleground states program Donna wood in Miami lost her job on March twentieth conference call and it was all right options script from HR and then the call just ended it was selected by you can hang up now in a statement Bloomberg's campaign manager Kevin cheeky told NPR the campaign reached out to every organizing staffer in six battleground states as well as others and ask them to consider working with the GMC she he said hundreds of former Bloomberg campaign staff have been contacted interim hiring pipeline to join the DNC's organizing efforts something he insists would not have happened without the campaign's massive donations to the party but staffers were let go without guarantees I asked him all Jeff wani about conversations he had with potential campaign staff where he promised continuous employment three November Mike borrowed my credibility and abused in that moment we want people like Mike to now and the people in the party who benefit from like philanthropy chin now that it is not OK to just get harder as though you know where mere tool Summerfield organizers for Bloomberg's campaign have filed potential class action lawsuits were these complaints have been detailed in court documents Donna would file the first breach of contract suit it's now grown from one plaintiff to roughly eighty I just know what I was promised and I'm a woman of my word and I would just think that other people would be the same if you repeatedly tell someone something and it sure than that they still have their jobs and ensure them that you'll be transitioning to an end of independent expenditure that that would happen another potential class action lawsuit was filed by former campaign workers in Georgia Utah and Washington while the former workers say Bloomberg's campaign promise them continued employment they acknowledge that they signed at will contracts meaning they could be let go at any time Matthew jeweler and Denver the point isn't the contract that we signed it says out well it could come from the station two thousand former staffers had with hiring people all then you have a guaranteed job November fifteenth on official interview documents that they use internal many staffers including jeweler expressed frustration that Bloomberg funded the most expensive primary campaign in history five hundred million dollars on our on loan in a four month period he keeps falling one percent of that and every single one of his fields far higher salary for the remainder of the year the campaign manager Kevin G. Keyes said that staff worked thirty nine days on average and were given several weeks of severance and health care through March the campaign has also established a fund to cover health care costs through the month of April something chic he says no other campaign has done Bloomberg's campaign hopes that in time many staffers will be hired by the
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"This is this is a sci fi the stuff of science fiction it really is it's not spot this headline is just good for the headlines Biden struggles to stay relevant through corona virus shut down he was struggling to stay relevant to head of the corona virus shut down and now he's going to struggle even more I'm quite sure but nobody's talking about that and that makes the Democrats happy speaking of the Democrats Michael Bloomberg he you know he dropped out my friend Tim settle are great great items Michael Bloomberg you know we have the corona virus going on he's a very very wealthy man more than sixty billion dollars in his personal fortune well he decided to fork over a ton of money today because you know there's a lot of important stuff going on he does not give what I what Michael said how much money you think Bloomberg I said a billion so no not a billion no that'd be no he could do that but he didn't he gave eighteen million dollars an hour to the fight I'm not the coronavirus fight he gave the eighteen million dollars to the Democratic National Committee because really it's all about getting trump and he's not gonna die he's you know come on he is the richest guy in the room and pretty much any room and eighteen million dollars that is the forking it over to to help save lives during this corona virus pandemic now is giving it to the left just so they can keep Planned Parenthood clinics open so there won't be so many black people in America because that's what they do gosh there really something really something that was the I. Washington post with that crazy that crazy headlines it should be Newsweek magazine Wuhan corona virus death rates far lower than thought with one point four percent mortality rate from cold goods nineteen Newsweek magazine the death toll in Wuhan from covered nineteen is far lower than it was first thought to be scientists have announced that their this is they're taking China's word like Joe Biden said as though it's coming skews me like Joe Scarborough said like it's coming from the burning bush of truth that's the lead and the and the headline I just read and it's the Chinese communists they're saying this the going on the end right.
Why Michigan is the next big Bernie Sanders-Joe Biden battleground
"That is that it's not over yet but it's not looking good for Bernie Sanders and his socialist revolution let's just put it that way it's out he's got it he needs a miracle to come back in and win this thing in the end it or don't have a shot at it he needs to do really well and a lot of these upcoming states he doesn't have my chart margin for error and the reason for that is is that what happened in the a few days after South Carolina was the Democrat establishment coalesced behind Joe Biden really quick and it's pretty clear deals Joe Biden's wouldn't on super Tuesday the DNC machine gave it to on they took it for granted I'm they gave it to him so there's a few things that happen in the lead up to super Tuesday that are really important Terry McAuliffe the former governor of Virginia former DNC chair endorse Joe Biden that means the whole Virginia machine got behind that's why does Clinton though he was outspent by eighteen million dollars by Mike Rosenberg so Clinton's hatchet man Hillary Clinton hatchet man have a cold AF send the message and and then in that in the state of Virginia McCall's machine went to work but I didn't did but barely any campaign events are spent barely any right in Virginia so it's like how the hell did he win that big sorry I didn't mean to say that that that bad everywhere here but how the heck did you win that big of a race on hi I'm fine in in Virginia to the point where Bloomberg didn't even get any delegates after spending eighteen million dollars there Bernie did get a handful of patents out of Virginia but that it wasn't just for Genya Beto Rourke came in from in Texas the genesis machine came in Amy Klobuchar who dropped out at the urging of the party al there's the behind the scenes people the Obamas and so on and so forth I I came in for I'm in Minnesota in Massachusetts Elizabeth Warren the supposedly leftist progressives socialists who really it doesn't actually believe in what she puts forward is more loyal to the party establishment that she is and to the ideas she supposedly espouses and she just dropped out today but she stands in Massachusetts that blocked burning in Massachusetts and in Maine Rodney near nearby neighboring Maine and so on biting winds all these states that he probably should know one and Bloomberg really under performed across Italy he's got already and now warrants out of the race and it's really a two person race and so again Bernie's gonna need a huge night in Michigan he needs to not just win message when Michigan who needs to win decisively he he are coming on Tuesday other states I the upcoming that burning is to do really well in other rust belt states like Maine upper Midwest states like Wisconsin or Pennsylvania Arnaud heiau Bernie Bernie has a swing pass show but it's not looking good form and it's pretty clear they came for Bernie on Tuesday night and they seem to have delivered pretty close to a knock out
"Everybody so Man I wish I could spend four hours telling you all the craziness has happened since we last hung out. But I can't because right now I have to get back down to finish recording. The book short break now just wanted to shoot a quick episode but basically the last episode she has got was from Arizona at Tony and dean the mastermind dot com launch. And I had my brother ripped the my presentation of the end. Everybody got a lot of good feedback me as about that hopefully enjoyed that. But what's crazy? Is that night after we got done with Tony and Dean in Jenin? We JUMP BACK IN. A plane flew home and just in time to pass out three hours a week and it was noah's birthday which was so awesome. Celebrate a birthday playthrough they got some work done and then the next day or that night sorry it was at night then. I jumped in another plane. Flew OUT TO LA FOR TONY. Robins birthday party which was cool. Who Says Sixtieth Birthday Party and it was? I think there was basically eight different concerts. Like with the Ethridge and the dude that one person talent and pit bull and Andy Grammer. Who has seriously like thinking me him? She became best friends. He seems like the kind of guy would hang out with a bunch of other. Anyway it was amazing and then they raise money for. Oh you are and raise over. Eighteen million dollars for operation underground railroad was crazy Perez Hilton said to us which was like come on now Pearson. That was amazing. So anyway it was. The whole event was was awesome but then we flew back the next day and now I'm back here in the studio. Yes she actually fun. Time to work on the traffic secrets book funnel which was a lot of fun but anyway we're why should the yesterday because so many of you guys go out there and you launch a final and it doesn't work it doesn't work the way you expect it and then you get angry upset or you give up your walk away or whatever and I tell you behind the scenes because a lot of people don't know this is happening But I have a. I'm privy to what's happening in everybody's funnel with all the time but Last last year when we did the mastermind dot com launch. It was the biggest launch in internet marketing history. Which is crazy this year. I think two hundred fifty thousand people registered for the for the Webinar last year. This year we had four hundred and sixty thousand people so obviously our hopes are high. It's like this is going to be amazing. But it's also the fear of like how do you? How do you get lightening strike twice at the same time? You know two years in a row after it works so good the year before and so there's a lot of fear anxiety and there are a lot of moving pieces that made this launch different and difficult but launch happened. And I'm not gonNA BOO HOO because like for less than we already over eight figure. So it's it's crazy still charlie. The second biggest launch of all time but sometimes launch happened and chance kind of watch as Dean and his team and working on things and again. We're mostly would go and say oh like he didn't get it. We're happy dean. There's been stressing out like like what was wrong. Why isn't messaging during the Hooks? Where the angles? What are the feedback in obsessing over everything? I could see him in the comment section of the customers reading every single. Calm the the the ones from the live webinars reading while trying to figure out and tweak the message and change the message and tonight he's actually on live again based on all this data feedback on his Intel and going back and doing a whole new presentation with the tweaks and changes and he adjusted his justin emails adjusting the most tweaking changing tweaking. Changing all enroll times says happening real really fast and I think a lot of times the outside we think oh. These people have been doing it for a long time. They know they're doing and they just put it out there and just works but I think we don't understand is that people have been doing this long time. They understand the funnel audibles understand. Like it's not gonNa work the first time it's it's a constant evolution and change and tweaking and changing tweaking and changing and tweaking getting it until it's until it's perfectly. That's what makes them great. It's not that they know how to do it perfectly. It's that they know how quickly and so for you guys you're listening to this I want you to start learning. That skill start becoming okay with stress. Alabama launches dunes goes. I want her driving. Facebook is not converting. Well or whatever. It's like that's the game like the people who are best. The Game Aren't better at it than you. They are better iterating quickly and changing and tweaking looking at feedback from customers and from comments and from things are saying forget. How do I tweak this message? How do I change? It goes rerecord new webinar drainage do emails ads in your change anymore unless ads. That's the difference between being good and being great and so anyway. I just want to share that behind the scenes with you because most has ever see behind the scenes and so this hopefully give you a glimpse of what it looks like. It's funny I was talking to Dean Bantu weeks ago we were flying out somewhere and we're talking about when he wrote the millionaire millionaire says habits book and it took him almost two years before the book started selling two years. Most people would have given up after like a week or two. It's an two years of trying and testing and trying testing and try and he's like literally two years into it he'd record some add ons phone. They had a different message and sue that one hit. They sold a thousand books. That day is like. Oh my gosh. That's the message. People needed like now make sense and then it was like can only donkey Kong and then over the next three years. They sold five hundred thousand copies of the book because because they knew the message. They figured it out by doing the process so anyway. That's how the that's how the masters do with how they experts do you guys. It's not by being better a front despite iterating quickly and becoming okay with that and enjoying the process so I appreciate you guys. You're back in the booth and record the rest of the expert secrets book. Make sure you get the audio books when they are done. Otherwise this work on vein. Thanks guys appreciate you. In fact I ready.
How The Food Industry Manipulates Public Opinion, Science, And Government
"Today. I want to talk about how the food industry many plays public opinion manipulate science. Manipulates the government. So here we go. Let's take on Science I. I mean who isn't confused about what to eat. And that's why I wrote my book action. But what's really going on is a concerted effort by the food industry that manipulates science. The government our government spends about one billion a year on nutrition research. The food industry spends twelve billion. And they find all kinds of concocted studies. That actually manipulate the truth. For example. I think Coca Cola. Spent one hundred twenty million dollars to universities and other groups to actually provide money money for research and guess what they funded three hundred eighty nine articles and one hundred sixty nine journals. Things like exercise. Is the key to weight. Loss at soda doesn't have any role in our way. The Snack Food Manufacturers Association groups that confections group funded studies that show the kids. We Candy Actually Lose More Weight and have less inflammation the kids who don't eat candy. I mean how does that even make sense? And when you look at the data I'm you know studies funded by the food. Industry Are Eight to fifty times more likely to show benefit? I studied for example on artificial sweeteners. Show that by the food industry that ninety nine percent they're safe and effective but about ninety plus percent of the studies but their independence show that they cause weight gain obesity. Damage the microbiome and definitely are not a healthy food and not good for dieting. So we have so much going on all the time in research I there was a there was a big review. For example by a group of scientists have looked at sugar recommendations it was published in the animal internal medicine which is one of the most important journals in medicine and yet it it shed very computing. Seems like there's no evidence for assure guidelines to reduce sugar that actually sugar is an harmful that our concerns are overstated in the data to support any limits on sugar in our diet. Well the study was funded by a group called the International Science Institute which sounds awesome but turns out is funded by none other than Coca Cola and Monsanto and Pepsi and all the big characters in the food industry so we're completely bamboozled by misinformation major journals and it confuses doctors nurses nutritionists computers the public and even in confuses policymakers. How do you make sense of all this? So you really have to follow the money so nutrition. Science corruption is huge. And it doesn't just stop there. He go onto fun all sorts of professional associations for example the American Diabetes Association the American Heart Association the Academy of Nutrition Dietetic which which receives forty percent of its funding from the food industry. They create a partnership with kraft singles. Calling it the smart slice of cheese you know which is crazy because it's not even cheese. Something has to be fifty one percent cheese to call it cheese so I'd say cheese like product or I don't even know what to call it. The government doesn't like to call cheese and that's called a heart healthy. Smart Snack is because they were funded by the food industry They are also corrupting their meetings. Their meetings and they provide all sorts of CO education so they have panels with makers of high fructose Corn Syrup and transfats an all kinds of crazy stuff and it just computers nutritionist. Because it seems like it's good science. They're very very good and they spend millions millions and billions on this so they corrupt all these organizations and and so Dr John Nine Ninety s as a professor at Stanford said. We shouldn't believe any recommendations coming out of professional societies that have conflicts of interest. I mean how does the American Heart Association can have fruit loops and twix cereals? Be Hard healthy when they're so full of sugar because they're low fat they get three hundred thousand dollars for putting that seal of approval so we have to be very cautious consumers. See Not just stop. With professional associations they also create front groups. Front groups are group's that actually seem like they're legitimate groups but actually are funded by the food industry or the Agan History of the oil industry. So you've got things like climate smart. Agriculture sounds wonderful. And I who's against that right but it's funded by the fertilizer companies who want to use more fertilizer and as we've talked about before fertilizer drives huge amounts of damage to the ecosystem uses tons of energy to produce damage our waterways at his huge contributor to climate change so Not so smart. In my opinion I see you've got then you've got the ways in which these companies also create corporate social responsibility and it's another mechanism. They used they. They fund groups that are social groups. It's called corporate social responsibility. And what did they find? They find the N. W. C. P. And they find the Hispanic preparation make money. And what does that do that makes them sort of loyal to them and a little bit and the it co ops them for example and there's a soda tax on the ballot. They actually will oppose a soda tax. Because they're funded by coca-cola or or the food industry or so makers is pretty pretty frightening. they also fun things like the hunger groups which which why they're so against limiting soda for snap or food stamps are we spent seven billion soda for the poor every year about thirty billion servings through our food stamp program how that make any sense. When we're trying to create a healthy population says all these insidious ways they caught these groups. I remember when I was showing fed up in Atlanta. I met with Bernice King. Martin Luther King's daughter and she wanted to the movie and the King Center instead of being nonviolent is also nonviolent yourself through how you take care of your health and she was all excited about it and I got a call later. We couldn't show the film there and I was like why and that was moving about obesity in the food industry said well because Coca Cola Funds King Center. It's pretty frightening And how they co op these groups And we also do all kinds of other nefarious things They besides the front groups besides sole told responsibility besides getting into our public health academies besides corrupting science. They're involved in terrible political efforts that are behind the scenes that manipulate public opinion for example. Now there's a couple of things that happened. One was an effort by the Grocery Manufacturers America which essentially was a representative now-disbanded thankfully that was representing the big food companies and they illegally got them to contribute to a slush fund to fight. Gmo labeling. Which would have cost those companies billions of dollars and fight it in Washington state and they pretended to sort of hide behind this this group. That wasn't actually disclosing the funding Attorney General Washington state figure this out and sued the grocery manufacturers of America for campaign finance violations and led to the biggest settlement. I think it was like fourteen or eighteen million dollars against them Yet the ballot passed to fight. Gmo labeling and they won they spent so much money but they got slapped a few million bucks. I mean they make millions of dollars. They don't really care. But after that a number of these companies actually you're standing up and doing good things and I think I see I see progress. I see change and that makes me happy for example Nestle's known Unilever and Mars Got Out of Jimmy at that point the grocery manufacturer America and they formed a sustainable food policy alliance which was a great idea. And I think it's exciting and we'll see what happens with that. Nomination hopefully work with him on my food fix campaign so so that was terrible and then of course even worse things eighty for example they create a ballot initiative in California which was to prohibit local governments from raisings local taxes unless there was a two thirds majority which would have crippled the governments in the local towns so they couldn't schools are departments police stations etc and They didn't care about that but they cared about was manipulating. The Governor Governor Jerry Brown is probably liberal governor. We had in America to put a preemptive policy that prevented any future taxes on soda. Junk food. Now think about that. I mean they literally strong armed the government by threatening them with a measure that would they spent seven million dollars promoting that would have crippled local governments and basically bribed to force the governor to create this preemptive law which is terrible so all of a sudden affairs ways that the food industries acting and we need to fight
It's tax season, which means it's also tax scam season. Here's what you need to know
"Whether or not you're short on time or maybe you just hate doing your taxes there are plenty of services out here to help you file but summer scams the IRS says consumers lost nearly eighteen million dollars in tax scams just last year they want you to be suspicious scams of all kinds including IRS tax scams are getting more sophisticated millions of Americans have filed complaints claiming they've lost money to a scam the caller ID may look legitimate but you can't trust call ID anymore during a a RP is sent on government imposter scams Rodney Davis with the U. S. treasury inspector general for tax administration says the IRS has received more than two and a half million skin complaints as of February first of this year US attorney for Maryland Robert her anyone who claim to be from the government and tells you to wire money Hey with a gift card or send cash is a scammer victims of a scam can file a report with the Federal Trade Commission online find that link it WTOP
This week in the NBA
"This week in two thousand five Roger Clemens agrees to a one year eighteen million dollar deal with the Houston Astros making Clemens the most expensive pitcher in major league history
Florida to Buy Everglades Parcel to Save It From Oil Drilling
"Florida's governor is announcing a plan to buy a some twenty thousand acres of land in the Everglades NPR's greyhound reports it will preserve an area that's been targeted for oil drilling for several years the company that owns the land in the Everglades west of fort Lauderdale had sought permits to drill an exploratory well an appeals court ordered the state to issue the permit but environmental groups and public officials in Broward county were adamantly opposed to the project Florida governor Rhonda status since his administration has reached an agreement with the landowner to buy the twenty thousand acres for as much as eighteen million dollars depending on when the deal is finalized it's the largest wetlands acquisition by the state in a decade helps protect an area that's critical for wildlife and south Florida's water supply Greg Allen NPR news
This 8-Year-Old Makes $26M A Year From YouTube - Here's What You Can Learn
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I've Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about how this eight year year old kid makes twenty six million dollars a year from Youtube at what you can learn from it so neil. Have you heard a story. Do you know who this is. I do Ryan's rolled all right. Yeah His name is Ryan Guan and then yeah rides. World is officially his channel. Do you WanNa tell vote about it. Yes so you know. It's not just a kit. His parents are bawling because the parents are keeping the money. Sucks for Ryan when you get older. Hopefully your parents take care of. You seem like nice pair or you. Listen to mark is good. You learn how to get out out of that. That's right although I think it's good that a kid doesn't get twenty six million and the parents can agree and probably saving yet in doing good things on his behalf. Ford released an article breaking down the top Youtube influencers in how much they're making and Ryan was at the top. It used to be Ryan. You know video video recording youtube videos of him looking at toys now. It's much more than that. But in essence is channel appeals to kids and he makes twenty six million dollars. There's a year so good for you Ryan. Yeah just to give a little more context in terms of what you can learn. I think Going into it to rides world is a channel used to be rides toy review. And I. I was watching some of the videos. And there's like a giant Lightning McQueen bar a ball from disease cars and so basically the idea. The deal was actually conceived from Ryan's mother who came up with the idea after watching videos by another youtuber named Evan Tube. HD He basically reviews products too. But you know she decided to basically put a spin on it so oftentimes. What you think about doing something to do is draw some racial somewhere else and then combined into experience that that you have at it becomes something? That's very novel. The the best part about this is like look anyone can make money. My buddies and I were joking around at least my buddies who have kids and we were joking around like mad. Our children just causes money. It's time to make some money from them now. We're just joking as I mentioned look. Youtube is really powerful. And this just shows you why need to be on it you know. A lot of people are like Oh tech talk snapchat. It's all younger demographics. There's not any money in there. Where Ryan's Ryan's making a ton of money you know going after young kids and people who are a much younger audience than most would ever market too so it just shows that there's potential hamshaw almost all audiences because eventually all these audiences will end up with credit cards? It will end up purchasing an Yoon if they're too young and they don't have credit cards their parents for purchase for them. So don't be afraid to just go out there and go and try to do something even if other people are hating on at telling you it's not possible both telling you there's no money in it. Hey if there's a big market a ton of people the money will eventually fall. I think there's some other lessons from this too because what I what I look at the video so it's not like it's particularly well done. I mean it shirts a good video but it's not great. It's not something that really stands out. So what really sticks out is rides got his own little quirky personality as a kid. I think Gras Corky they also stay very consistent with the publishing schedule to know exactly where you're going to get from from that channel. which is why I mean? Twenty two point nine million subscribers share his. You know that the hurts though what they're doing and they've also you know you can also learn from from rides world is sure it like. Let's say you God bless you if you have a kid. That's helping you do well. But they've learned to also diverse fighter the income that they're getting they look. Look at the Post that I think it was written by not forced maybe it is Forbes but basically they own a couple of properties in this area you know they take care of their parents of the diversified investments. And they'll put all their eggs in one basket. So that's another lesson that you can learn and the other thing I want to call out if I turn back over to deal is if you look at number one. Earner it's Ryan Ryan Kanji and number two is perfect. Now do perfect. is they do their production quality or the bout of work that they have to put it to practice are actually way crazier because they're logic basketball's out of like helicopters or roofs tops. The buildings are really crazy. AIDS ad they earn twenty million bucks in kind of a twenty nineteen and then at third place was actually another child. Who who is only five years old and I believe she's Russian as you're eighteen million dollar
Here's how much each 2020 candidate raised in the 4th quarter
"So who in Castro did you find for well meanwhile Bernie Sanders show more durability is an octogenarian socialist loon bag and pulling Castro should show more life is the victim of a heart attack in middle of the campaign and Lancaster's campaign showed he is the not your number one fund raiser for Q. four in the democratic field blew it out did Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders raise more than thirty four point five million dollars in the fourth quarter according to CNBC independent senator from Vermont and twenty twenty democratic hopeful raise more than eighteen million dollars in December is best month of the election cycle is that I'm incredibly proud to announce we raised but the four point five million dollars from one point eight million contributions in the fourth quarter average contribution just eighteen dollars will prove it you don't need to beg the wealthy and the powerful for campaign contributions in order to win elections I mean at least put his money where his mouth as opposed to was the form he's putting her big fundraisers money where her mouth was that was her campaign no I don't Sanders was towed staffer had a heart attack so error by me not only is he not toast he's actually continuing to show their ability in the polls according to the latest polls in Iowa Bernie Sanders is running a very close second I was State University had a poll just a couple of weeks ago and judge twenty four in centers of twenty one Emerson's poll taken just a week before that and by not twenty three and centers of twenty two at the very least use among the leaders in Iowa there aren't enough polls and some of the states really now in New Hampshire Sanders is actually leading the field according to the real clear politics polling average the latest poll has him running third us from WBUR mass in those early December sant'agnese pulls off enough for us to get a real feel for this but he's showing well in Iowa and New Hampshire in Amanda is running second to Joe Biden all the latest poll from Nevada again is like six weeks old by this point I mean really old by any sort of standard with that said Bernie's got all the money is a lot more money than Joe Biden and people are pointing out that while Joe Biden continues to run strong nationally if you don't have the money and I can help in the primaries so he's threatened Bernie's a real threat the total for the last three months near easily tops money raised by Sanders is rivals with announced in fundraising judge again twenty four point seven million dollars during the quarter many in wine caves every game can paste remember campaign raised sixteen point five million Bucks which is a huge movies yeah she has money to spend Joe Biden it was the four have not yet announced their fundraising what that look like the trump campaign Nancy raised forty six million dollars during the quarter during the third quarter the trump campaign in the RNC pulled in a hundred and twenty five million dollars but this gives you have plenty of money to spend in Iowa and New Hampshire it centers runs the table and I one Hampshire and somehow it captures about it can be very difficult to stop him and that will be fascinating that would be really really interesting yeah wow Bernie Sanders thank you guys make a choice here Democrats go for it really like enjoy meanwhile Joe Biden getting rates over the coals by his own people for the great St I'm suggesting that maybe if you could find a Republican who like to run with a Republican he was asked about this follows on the campaign trail here is Joe Biden floating the idea of a Republican VP nominee I wonder if Joe Biden would consider choosing a Republican as a running mate the answer is I would but I can't think of one person really decent Republicans that are out there still but here's the problem right now on the well known ones they've got a step up no president can buy him or herself handled the job all themselves any longer okay so everybody on the democratic side of the aisle was like all how can you say this okay obviously he doesn't mean that he actually wants to any of these people to do this I guess she doesn't want a Republican who just trying to be nice and trying to suggest a bipartisan the Democrats lost the mind of this how can you say this is gonna be AT you could die in the Republic he's not picking a Republican as his running mate it's not a thing that's going to happen
Tech Startup Investors Demand Profits, Not Just New Customers
"Twin brother stole from retirees others an eighteen million dollars can't should with recession slams into into their highly leveraged Lansing based business Thomas in James Mulholland started raising cash from new investors to work through the real estate crash the twin brothers promise a seven percent return on profits guaranteed but authors say Mohammed finance continue to lose money and the new Dallas from the new investors ended up being used to pay off earlier
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Where you kind of say you got to do that Dan asked if you would consider would have considered an offer from the cowboys while he was still at Ohio state urban said shore absolutely that one yes so I don't know I interpret that as him kind of opening the door to yeah the of code yeah Alice cowboys can what do you think the like what a is a been to Dallas I know we've been talking like crazy about right I see for model about urban to the cowboys I know everybody hates urban and I understand why all heater been but boy this is John this is entertainment one oh one this is true he'll stop right here folks this is a guy who gets it what he is you're watching him on the network you're watching him in studios you're watching him in the pre game all eyes on him and all he has to say or things like this this is a page out of John Gruden's whatnot jogger next went back and I am convinced that some day urban Meyer will go back I'm worried about in game adjustments rumor Meyer because I and I do think that in a lot of games where they run a system they have just stuck to the system and they have not been able to make in game adjustments are been times where if a coach has high in the coastal towns tomorrow what kind of clothes a town in in a tight football game you've seen them fail at times mark mark Dantonio has been able to get him so you see it a little bit of that so I wonder about him as a professional coach I brought up last week Dan Snyder to me is is the biggest fan in the NFL and that's a bad thing for Redskins fans I think he tried to make so I thought he might try to make some sort of an overture at urban I think urban all you have to do is have somebody say to dance that or he'd be interested in dance that it would come to call it of I was urban Meyer I'd say eighteen million dollars you fire Bruce Allen for the cowboys AL.
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Over eighteen million dollars you can have the holds once enjoyed by pioneer aviator Charles Lindbergh one of my house it's an ante bellum plantation style house built in eighteen thirty six about thirty miles east of downtown Atlanta it has thirteen bass twelve bedrooms and twelve fireplaces under eleven foot ceilings are over ten thousand square feet of floor space it has a pool a four car garage and three acres of gardens in a couple of bathrooms are two anti tubs which cost over fourteen thousand dollars each and the whole place goes up for auction July twenty fifth at which time a hybrid will get you twelve oaks the house owned by Ashley Wilkes in the movie gone with the wind what about a house it's a whole farm actually one hundred eighty seven acres with three bedrooms and two baths plus for guest rooms a two car garage and tennis courts just over five and a half million dollars you can have the Australian farm of a livia Newton John one of my house it's three houses actually including a nineteen hundred square foot main house a guest house Santa bunkhouse combining or six bedrooms and six baths only sixty five acre ranch in apple valley California included are a horse race track seventeen horse stalls campground saloon blacksmith shop at the complete Western down the red barn includes the original workshop used by the older guy by the name of Leonard sly you know a better is Roy Rogers who lived there with his wife Dale Evans and the Roy Rogers ranch could be yours for three point seven billion dollars the off beat I Jimbo habit with one hundred sixty one days left in the year of America in the morning for Tuesday July twenty third twenty nineteen is produced by Tom to lack associate producer Cathy Johnson I'm John trout Westwood One news.
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on WTVN
"Will delegate eighteen million dollars to support free tax preparation sites that help people file their income tax returns through the volunteer income tax assistance program. The US supreme court is going to weigh in on the inclusion of a citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents this form oral arguments are scheduled for April. The question needs to be settled by the end of June. So the census form can then be printed, Democrats Republicans alike. Love the parks people in miracle over parks. But I think they are surprised to learn the fact that just underneath the surface are crumbling. US? Senator Rob Portman says there is a twelve billion dollar maintenance backlog at parks across the United States sick about your own house. If you allow deferred maintenance to build up, you don't take care of the roof as an example, what happens when you get a leak in the roof, and then pretty soon, you're dry. Walls ruined. And pretty sure you find out that your floors ruined and the cost mount up. That's what's happening in parks Portman is urging federal law makers to pass his restored our parks act and get the park system the money it needs to fix those problems. A lawsuit is being filed against Ohio over its ban on the dilation and evacuation method of performing abortions lawyers for Planned Parenthood say access to abortions would be threatened. If the law as allowed to take effect next month supporters of the ban say, it's method is inhumane and causes pain to the fetus while opponents say the procedure is safe and effective. Planned Parenthood says similar laws to the one Ohio has passed have been challenged in court and all have been blocked from taking effect. The Ohio State University is issuing a neighborhood safety notice after reports of students being drugged in a statement released. They sweep the university says they've occurred off campus parties and bars the safety notice remind students not to ingest any. Unsealed beverages or leave them unattended campus. Police say anyone seen doing anything suspicious should report it to them immediately. They're also advising students to never travel alone off campus. I'm Allison Wyatt. Your ABC six first warning weather forecast is coming up in sixty seconds..
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on WTVN
"Eighteen million dollars to support free tax preparation sites that help people file their income tax returns through the volunteer income tax assistance program. The US supreme court is going to weigh in on the inclusion of a citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents this form. Orrell arguments are scheduled for April. The question needs to be settled by the end of June. So the census form can then be printed, Democrats Republicans alike. Love the parks people in America, lover parks. But I think they are surprised to learn the fact that just underneath the surface. Are perks are crumbling. US? Senator Rob Portman says there is a twelve billion dollar maintenance backlog at parks across the United States think about your own house, if you allow deferred maintenance to build up, you don't take the roof as an example, what happens when you get a leak in the roof, and then pretty soon, you're. Drywall was ruined. And pretty sure you find out that your floors ruined. And the cost mount up. That's what's happening in our parks Portman is urging federal law makers to pass his restore our parks act and get the park system the money it needs to fix those problems. A lawsuit has been filed against Ohio over its ban on the dilation and evacuation method of performing abortions lawyers for Planned Parenthood say access to abortions would be threatened. If the law ways allowed to take effect next month supporters of the ban say it's method is inhumane causes pain to the fetus while opponents say the procedure is safe and effective. Planned Parenthood says similar laws to the one Ohio has passed have been challenged in court and all have been blocked from taking effect. The Ohio State University is issuing a neighborhood safety notice after reports of students being dragged in a statement released. They sweep the university says they've occurred off campus parties and bars the safety notice remind students not to ingest. Any unsealed beverages or leave them unattended campus? Police say anyone seen doing anything suspicious should report it to them immediately. They're also advising students to never travel alone off campus. I'm Allison Wyatt. Your ABC six first warning weather forecast is coming up in sixty seconds. Lately. It seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products in a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Release the thriller debuted in second place with eighteen million dollars double its reported budget. You. And see what the third straight weekend aqua van ruled the seas. And the box office thirty point seven million dollars sent the superhero flick past the quarter billion Mark in domestic ticket sales. In Hollywood, I'm David Daniel in the NFL the final wildcard game is over the Philadelphia Eagles edging past the Chicago Bears sixteen to fifteen a little earlier, the Los Angeles chargers defeated the Baltimore Ravens twenty three to seventeen. Jan johnson. The following show with applicable laws, and we're bag balm. From Scranton, you're on the air. Hi, ted. Love the show longtime listener, first-time caller. Thanks, bob. Is there a special someone out there? You'd like to talk about there is Ted. I recently lost a very big part of my life. You've been together a long time since college. This is for my belly my Panch my spare tire. I know. We had some good times. God knows I'll never forget. That night in Albuquerque with the burrito. It's never easy to lose. Something that's been such a huge part of you. Bob, the magic go. Well, I had recently begun taking the stairs more and more instead of the elevator. And then we started seeing less and less of each other one day. It was just go small step number sixty seven. Take the stairs. Instead of the elevator. Or escalator is just one.
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Mixergy
"It's portable as we were on the country. And then it allows you I mean, a will clearing like there's money this who goes to fine unless you want to happen. If you want to take care of your kids over you need to dress. And I thought I'd want him just all have the money right away. And I realize now let him wait a little bit. So here's here's one thing. That was interesting to me about your PR. There was an Aretha Franklin story about her passing. And that so what you said to me is interesting cerebral it. But no one's reading an article about it Retha Franklin people reading an article about her. And then you come in there as the person who gets explain it because her lawyers not gonna jump in. And explain it. I don't think that lawyer can do that her family's not going to be open about what's going on with assets. But you can go in and explain it and the article here, and this is from FOX business can explain this is the CEO and founder. Of will and trust creation app tomorrow. And that gives a lot of credibility the other thing I right about that. That's how the. The other thing that I saw was an article this trying to dissect you from a distance in your article about I guess, you are mentioned in it about how I built in eighteen million dollar company with no VC funding, and you can too. This was an entrepreneur magazine. So your story becomes really interesting for places like here and for entrepreneur magazine, by the way, you sold the company for eighteen million dollars is that where they came from. I guess that is April. Wow. Congratulations. You own a third at? We we haven't broken that out before the questions, though questions with flow of your I I asked the question you said, yeah. But you don't mean the as yes. To my answer. It's yet. We're not gonna answer it. Right. Okay. All right. Final thing. I thought we would talk about is the veracity in his I would have thought there would be no veracity in Wales I talked to no one except for my good friend about how what lawyer I should hire. And then that was it you found a way to make a barrel without making creepy talk about what you did. Yeah. So you're not biting everyone into our. But they're basically how typically works is. Your lawyer comes your office and asked for some names like who's gonna let your kids who's going to executive which person basically operates your will for takes care of your state. App you pass. And then you don't tell those people at all really, it's the it's a lot of Manchester by the sea, people know that also they're going to be guardians, and is actually be fault. People don't actually know that and so tomorrow instead I start typing in name. AM electoral bitty about the guardian. Do kids lovely kids. They care them as will the to a certificate. Oh, anger polls. Your name from contacts cheese. A message says, hey anger. My act together that is created a will for me. Would you be willing to be on a list of digital arts? And you send that and then that goes out to him comes into page. You read about it. Like, oh, what is the guardian? Do you say, yes or no by joints moral? And then you say oh Dame did this. You know, this was two years ago like dated that maybe I could too. And it turns out that one in three of our users come in through that through that. And so that's been a huge way for however able to grow our we keep tuning that allot waves, and that was another thing that took some language changes some interational until you've got it. We literally just started working on it between in the last lady as ninety days ago about co fishless point three as that thirty people are required. One for free. Now viral officiant is three five which is for every three users for free..
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Comeback Szn
"But her boyfriend is like a wrestler like that was the whole thing. I thought like it wasn't supposed to be a real conspiracy today. Did you watch that Louisville game got bad on it? I think that was one of the more surreal like first half. I think Louisville turned it over. I I'm probably a little bit off. But thinking five plays. They turn it over like four times and do nothing to circus. There's like dropping the ball. And they I mean, they they did not want to actually in weirdly like their offense was not clicking in the first half. But they just kept giving them the ball. It's like you keep giving the ball given ball. I actually true that. I would just like walked off as a defense. Like, all right. Well, like, you're doing nothing. That's the thing is like they they're so bad. They've been bad since Lamar Jackson left, which I sometimes that happens. You have a Heisman Trophy winning quarterback? You get bad. But this team not only was playing bad. You could tell they just hated playing for him. Right. Hated playing for him. And I mean, I don't blame them. Because like every time I did a Louisville game. I could never get over the fact that that dude is such a coward. He put letters in people's lockers when he left the Atlanta, that's like that's just. The worst shaven him. I mean Sabin left the dolphins in the middle of the night to write go to at least did he speak to them. And that's calculated me is very very another head of the snake. And it's very different though. When you leave pro guys says, oh, yeah. Absolutely. You've recruited. I still just don't like it. I just don't like body Pacino. But that's just fine. There's not a lot. There's not a lot to like. But I mean, they're going to have to pay him fourteen million dollars. That's crazy Gina fortune million dollars. I mean, I remember when we we ditch Weiss with fame nineteen million dollars from maybe they got cheap. And then they want to go after this coach Purdue, and that's a four million dollar buyout. So now, you're eighteen million dollars get ready coach and you wanted with coach Purdue like, I don't know if that's good coach though, he's a good coach. But I mean Purdue has I mean how many winning seasons and produce not that Louisville think was eight and five last year. Yeah. So they haven't been terrible. So they just want to get this guy gone in the willing to pay a lot of money to do it. But and they've just been humiliated this year. So I I just don't know Purdue coaches at all saving to sorry cut you off. Continue. No, I think maybe this guy this defensive coordinator from USC might be the answer like a little bit better. I was going to say the Louisville getting humiliated as brings back to Clemson. I still I really didn't think they look great against BC. But they you wanna talk about team this plate. Nobody. I mean, they looked you. Clemson if you beat Louisville by seventy who cares. They beat somebody else by seventy like who care. They haven't. they struggled a, and and I really didn't think they look good versus very good BC team a guy. We've you lose your quarterback in the first half. You know, it's tough, by the way, they let the kids in college are like doing these NFL moves at you get like kicked out a league like the way they're tackling the quarterbacks I just like when like the play that the quarterback got killed on. You get you get thrown in jail if you to that hitman F L. No, Clemson played anybody. But they're still they're still very talented team. There's no doubt about that was going to be a problem Trevor Lawrence why just because he's young Syracuse game went so tied-in. Clemson beat him came down the very end yet. He he's not you can get to them. Right. You can get to that kid like he's still super young. Completely screwed. If he even gets hurt at all the Kelly Bryant, just he he looked panicked to me at a lot. Like, if you that's why on the college football show. I asked I said, you know, he's never started a big game at night, and it's cold outside. Is that going? I I just he he's he wasn't ready for that stage. Oh, just fine though..
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky
"Names. Perfect since cast because I could tie that in so perfectly with an average. But you know, that's. Isn't rig what's like fair something sense. Like. Bills, you pay. You get water, your house you pay for. That makes us on night football. Get amazing, good ups where you get paid, not where like something that's fair in our society because nowadays it just everybody's got a problem with something like people are no Mike Glennon. He got paid eighteen million dollars last year, but he's socks football. Do you think he's worth eight million dollars? He was in the marketplace that he's available for. Here's, here's the thing about being an NBA player that I hope everybody that plays in the NBA gets paid. A lot of money don't do now. You don't. How do I have to bring up people's names? Well, yeah, there's there's certain particular people I don't like that. They make money because then it means there's more money for everyone else. No, it's actually less money forever. You're missing the pool, you're, you're missing. No, no, you're missing the point. No, you're you guys are missing the point. No, I get the point, bad basketball players make fifteen million dollars a year for the going forward. I do. I truly do. Here's the thing though, is that, aren't they? If if player, let's say your team on another team signs a contract, like for a lot of money that eats up the other money that the other players in the team are not going to be able to get any more. Correct. So it's like any contract. Let's say the Hornets that means that there's less money available for you. Also in the league, but what are the changing? Here's a question. What are the chances that name a player that has played outside of like Dirk. In a couple of other people that have played on one team for their entire career. Tyler, Tyler Johnson, three year forty, four point, four million dollar deal. Do you mean? You mean like non hall of Famer plays on the same thing like like, I know what I No know. one on the heat, then you play the heat the whole time. Let's to Nicholson. Let's to play. He plays the same franchise a-changing Tyler Johnson, dude. He's only twenty six. It's not like doors..
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"My nation, the Seneca nation paid eighteen million dollars for it to be built. It's three times bigger than what we were currently end around thirty three thousand square feet will not only the museum archives too. So it's all humidity control temperature. Troll, everything that needs to be done. A security wise. In the back, we are in the process of creating four hundred c, amphitheater outside and Indian market, and then probably not this fall, but probably in the springtime, we'll start making the longhouse and all the next couple years. Well, make village based on the the way we lived in sixteen hundred. Like I said, we still have our language. We have our own government. So like New York is around us. We have a president treasurer. We have our own court system. Actually, my wife had this last November elected to be court of appeals judge. So things like the wind to the lower courts. If somebody onto dispute them, they could go to court and three judges will listen to the case in decide not in Barrett's going on for their own back to long court. So we have own a likeness system. We do government relations, but the with the United States in with other countries. I know a couple of months ago had the French ambassador out of buffalo come to museum Ghinwa Tor. So I was happy with. That you know. This getting those kind of connections that. I don't think people realize Immonen are smart museum, but people from all over the world come to it. People this look forward to talking with us there little disillusion or whatever has like in the middle of our territory, we have Tim Hortons and McDonald's. Let's. You know, some people, you know, they just think that we stayed in. Josh, like sixteen hundred. Mike while you're not dressed like a pilgrim now, are you know, like. You all? They think because I drive blue jeans and stuff like that. And I'm not really like well, actually become some China, but does it make you Chinese? Does it like just the way I dress, his always representing who we are. We have our own to digital way of doing things like myself. I have long haired the show that our basketball. Usually when something tragic happens and we cut here kids at what the schools thought of the boys when they got the haircut, it's not that their parents had not at the orphan. That's why they're later on. When they saw their parents Alvis refused to like what was going on. They the main -ssume that realized that we had that kind of customer care at the time. Of a girl has two braids us. It means that she saw single on braid means that you're married while the different customs like that. Like we don't really point with our finger point where lips like stick out this, like it's over there really. The whatever when when finger. So when that fad of duck face photos was out that was like, they're all pointing at something. Yeah, that's wild. I feel bad because like the only native American stuff I'm in vaguely familiar with his Cherokee just because of where I live, and then the Cherokee were driven out in in I, you know. So all my experience is all about the trail of tears. I, you know, the the way Jackson screwed everybody over. I don't know. I'm filled with this mixture of ignorance in shame about the way our country is ended up here, but he so can you help me like a radical a little bit of this, like we're in America like we're, where is the territory that was traditionally controlled at the Seneca. And what's the situation now with? Where do your sales like you got somewhat me, but still within the. Bounds of the United States. How does that all work all that for years, like we've given up land, but where I live in Ohio in allegany, we've always owned that land. So the United States is never owned Ireland well versus Cherokee that were moved over to Oklahoma. Yeah. So -secutive reservations Moore, traditional homeland treaty reservations. We have treaties with the United States that are stolen forcible today, and so like pay taxes on like I land because we're not within the United States. Know how taxes are so condition use other ways to get money for the government. So we have a whole different other system of Konami. Yeah, we do have casinos, but that's not always where we get all our money from. Yeah, and we, you know, rent land..
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on TechStuff
"Ninety-seven cook, sells off one third of the company to a group of three investors and all three were from another big company that cook had some experience with in the past. It was a garbage disposal, business of all things. And it was called waste management side. Note, I once tried to launch a fitness company called waste management spelled slightly differently, but never did very well. But the other waste management was a different story done really well. And one of their co-founders was was the guy named Wayne wiz, Inga and ways. Inga had retired from waste management in nineteen Eighty-four. He and John milk who was the president of waste management's international division and Donald Flynn, who was the CFO. Oh, of waste management. All went into invest in. Blockbuster pouring more than eighteen million dollars into the company. Cook ended up handing over control to the company to ways Inga later on that year that it just was clear that he was not going to be able to hold onto the company and cooks. Business strategy was not the way that whizzing and his his partners wanted to go cook, wanted to create a franchise system. He wanted to license his computer system had created the database system and blockbusters name to independent entrepreneurs and that way he wouldn't have to oversee all the operations. He could benefit from the licensing fees and these small independent video store. Owners could benefit from the work. He had done building out the database, but whizzing at a different idea. He wanted the company to maintain ownership of as many stores as possible with direct control coke reportedly had issues with the new leaders. The blockbuster, and by one report I saw he had a hearty disagreement with one of ways link zingers direct reports. I believe the the, the piece I read called it one of his as lieutenants so cooked decides he's going to get out of the game, the guy who founded the company. So in April nineteen eighty-seven cook sells off his shares of the company he founded and he goes to work on. Other businesses has paled amounted to something in the area of around twenty million dollars somewhere between eighteen and twenty million, which is in bad. Obviously, that's a lot of money. I mean, it makes you a millionaire a multimillionaire, but that was a fraction of what he could have made had he stuck around. However, based on the little bit of information I could find about cook who is pretty private person. Overall, he did not regret his decision to leave when he did for one thing. It didn't sound like money was of a super high priority in his life like sure, money's nice. It's good. To have it, but he's not consumed with the idea of constantly making more money. He's appears them more of an engineering bent where he likes to recognize problems and find ways to solve them. So he he leaves the company behind and the founder has gone by April nineteen eighty-seven. Not quite two years after the company started in the first place. The new leadership decides to pick up stakes from Dallas and relocate to a new headquarters. The new home base of operations for blockbuster would then be Fort Lauderdale, Florida. So they move out from Dallas to Fort Lauderdale by the summer of nineteen eighty-seven. Blockbuster had grown into a company with fifteen of its own stores and twenty franchised stores. Some things would remain the same as when cook ran things. The standard rental period was three days, which is what cook had established stores would open at ten AM. They would close at midnight. That was another thing that could established and people could rent more. Than one film at a time. Other interesting things that could learned and that the new owners were able to leverage to greater effect held some surprising data for one thing, seventy percent of rentals were of non hit films. They were movies that didn't receive a wide release or some that received no theatrical release at all. And that encouraged the company to follow cooks example and make sure that new video stores whenever they would open one up would have a broad spectrum of titles across all John RAs to capitalize on that trend. The company also made it a practice to choose its locations very carefully. They would scout out potential neighborhoods not justifying a good storefront space. You know not just to say, oh, well, this this land, real estate here is ideal for us, but also they wanted to get a really good understanding of the demographics of the neighborhood because.
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer
"To be very interesting to see where this goes going forward this off season we saw case keenum get eighteen million dollars a year from the broncos and we saw baker mayfield go first overall those guys are both about six foot tall those guys both play a little bit of a different style and here's what's fascinating about to me gresh right is next year we're gonna be looking at couple of guys who are the prototype and like drew lock jared stem and then you're going to be looking at a guy like a will greer west virginia or trace mcsorley at penn state who look different and i'm really curious to see if what nfl teams are looking for in quarterbacks is starting to change a little bit and if they're becoming a little bit more open minded because let's look at who baker mayfield was drafted over what was was was drafted in front of josh rosen classic classic nfl build he's got like the head for the game like classic he looks like he was like put together in a quarterback lab right josh allen who's like the big horse like ben rothlisberger and then you have sam darnold who six foot three from southern california and baker mayfield six feet tall twotime walk goes in front of both of them so to me i think the combination of of what happened with keenum in the playoffs and then free agency and then we're baker mayfield was drafted tells me the nfl's becoming more open minded on quarterbacks and it'll be interesting to see if that continues going forward after know we we've talked about potentially you know drew brees being trendsetter well drew brees was there took eleven years until russell wilson came onto the scene right then russell wilson comes onto the scene now it's been six years since russell wilson came onto the scene it'll be interesting to see if this time around if this may be sort of changes the paradigm what nfl teams we're looking for in quarterbacks that's going to be a fascinating too yeah and and look i think there i think coaching is changing a little bit in the nfl to where they're more willing to adopt some of the concepts of spread teams in college too where it's maybe a play action look and then get the ball out quick you know it used to be lined up in the i formation yet a tied into wide receivers on the field and when you went play action it was either deep play action or you're looking to get eight or ten yards out of it because you're really about running the football for a lot of the eighties in the early nineties and then it became gimme the system quarterback to where they could have some of those principles plane a three wide receiver said but they weren't running around like michael vick and now i think to to your point you know teams are not afraid to put quarterbacks on the move and work one side of the field they're not afraid to work zone read concept of certain quarterbacks you know look carson wentz doesn't run a ton in philadelphia but they do a bleep tone of those zone read looks just kinda hold the linebackers so i think it's also reflective of the way the game has changed where maybe a thought process has not changed very much where you still working play action get the ball out quick take your shots down the field but it's now based in just looking differently it's not with two tight ends on the field anymore it's three wide receivers and in some instances to backs because you wanna work both backs to excuse me try to hold those linebackers and make things happen and it'll be interesting to see bird if one of say a michael vick type quarterback can break through and become successful where maybe they're not as good in the pocket but they're athletes has held can make a ton of plays see baltimore as an example question it'll be it'd be really interesting to watch what happens will mark jackson there okay your number four well i'm gonna stick with quarterbacks and it interesting that you mention that because because you know you've got some looming quarterback situations like i jokingly said seib all to mawr but you know i mean they drafted lamar jackson in the.
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Accelerator and other controls so this is more serious than changing radio stations or turning on the windshield wipers a hacker so far unidentified has for the past week been hitting bitcoin exchanges with a double spend campaign as the attack types name implies he she or they were spending the same bitcoin gold coins twice pulling in about eighteen million dollars in the crypto currency the immature and overheated crypto currency market has predictably spawned a great deal of fraud the us justice department working with the commodity futures trading commission has opened a wide ranging criminal probe of market manipulation they're concentrating on such fraudulent practices as spoofing placing bogus orders to goose prices pump and dump schemes and so forth there's enough here to keep justice busy and happy for a good long investigatory run good hunting counselors and finally gdp are is in effect today with its expected worldwide implications microsoft for example is going to treat essentially everyone in the world as if they're covered by the regulation and right on cue the first legal complaints of gdp are violations have been filed one longterm facebook critic has entered a complaint that facebook and other platforms take it or leave it hobson's choice approach to obtaining consent amounts to improper coercion how gdp are will affect people and enterprises generally remains to be seen the advocacy group privacy international as begun its own investigation of what it characterizes as shadowy non customer facing data companies that accumulate large quantities of personal information.
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"The car and driving over there you're not watching it on tv you're not listening to it on the radio i think they've been bad partners and i understand that they got screwed but i think they've mishandled the last two days and i wish they would have done it differently i agree john the last thing i'll say to that is when i was on campus yesterday we wanted to get students and obey the way this is spring break week at usc knowing there so there may be there may be like ten people in the stance tonight yeah you could probably pay a buck and and get a ticket all right kurt take you my friend are always good to talk to you talk to you soon bye all right mason in ireland i'm john ireland been lines is information evan turner story we know it is okay we'll get into that he's about about heckling with a fan and saying that he's earned every penny of a seventy million dollar contract everything i've done i've earned my contract that's my bread i earned my bread so i don't know if i can say this on the radio dead serious right that i earned that expert of money well here's the thing i'm never i never criticize a player for how much money you makes you are what you can negotiate all right you all dang makes eighteen million dollars a year it's not as fault the lakers don't play them turner's ranked four lows welding supposed to do turn the contract downs earners ranked four hundred and forty second out of five hundred players in real plus minus doesn't matter portland offered him the money and he took it you can't criticize evan turner for a deal the blazers offered him if you're a professional athlete unit go it the best deal you can you think some of these deals hin being handed out in the nfl today i don't think kirk cousins is were twenty eight million dollars a year i don't think he's worth.
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Tin earlier rounds tied the game he's eighteen million dollar yoga can we make an incentive laden on a backyard mental nobody wants us in those megamoney now i look like i gotta debris and all you didn't see that's the tricky thing about contracts that's the trick as drink arm interview in the center lane contract but then i'm gonna decide not to tell you the ball bobby richardson very guy richard sherman hasn't instead of reincarnation syrup you're original rich germany com is coming off an injury enriches and represents itself he does yes yet port smart he represents this effort and he's coming off an injury so wasn't a whole lot of meat on the bone for him so is okay for hill mainly depends on what the deals look for if you're a seattle go after a tremain me since he's already said he's not going to be signed with his speech at the moves that were made no i don't know what else they looking at don't you have to try to your ju try to rebuild through the wfp again he does he fit what they look at four like big tall in long yeah the any of those now realise i'm hoping so but they could come off of that they could he may you know they they certainly have seen him a turn because they've played against him they played against teams have played against meaning seen teams that a played against him with in the division they got a lot of film wanting so are these during your tartan reiner who seattle her i was given the top 10 but like emotionally you still consider the makuwata won't it's not an emotional cleaning i got it how do we almost you kept up a rare maher long after the numbers in a records i wasn't the only barrington i wasn't as as some of you people on the show like to say i was at the only person that kept them around there's a lot of people are kept them around where are these neither hero i wasn't the only nfl socalled expert thought that they were a good film yes a threat are they deeply disturbed threat and i got a whole new office staff defense the i don't know what they are not a threatened him have no idea where to go ahead and say now they're not.
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"I didn't like that i really a i can love woody allen movies and now i was ready to embrace this but it just i now too long long a by the way i was looking at the weekend box office and i just want to mention that cocoa we we all gave a lotta love to is the number one movie again and is way over a hundred million dollar how does it stand for justice leak is on justice league is in second place and wonder has now made eighty eight milliondollar julia roberts he'll i have got to watch staff at night when i go he had has a prominent roddy on this to them and for that and really tells a good story out land now we have to get man who had any christmas up there that's my new kozel i know i have to see that lady burden three billboards are end the top ten now and lady bird has done about eighteen million dollars worth can i can't be honest yeah three billboard is getting worse is more as time goes on with me i am liking it less really more in the more time gets in between me and that move i find myself hesitate just happened to you i as enters by your government yeah he will say what are what would what should i see and i say lady i'd never say three billboards because it's so harsh its harsh and i also in the more time that goes by in the more that i've thought about it and let it settle i think it's bogus i just think it's bogus i i'm you know i if it's one of those things or if i could go back i would probably not be as generous if i were riding my reviewed it it's a great performance by france's mattel chairman it is a wonderful performance i thought i do i haven't seen her i've seen her in similar roles in better movies ie the she played a wonderful angry woman in a friends with money the nicole hollis center movie with jennifer aniston over year oh my god she's and then olive kitrey regina which was notorious here still so she's played that kind of you know scrappy vinegary pepper epo.
"eighteen million dollars" Discussed on Championship Drive
"And so your hands are tied but in the end of the day the number offering oil was also out of the tar aims not pay almost eighteen million dollars tarnished to argue their case and you know what you read some of the stores rao this week about how much money they might lose your super they swab built at eight million dollars spent north carolina might have been embarrassed mcgee but it does not compare right now at least to the embarrassment the unsuitable i must feel because you go through three and a half years of this and you come up with zero that's an embarrassment what a giant waste of time and resources on the erin too see i question me right i mean isn't that another just this is all latest most blatant example of how deep deep the two of the incidental way yep and what's crazy it is and i just said this will force are a few minutes ago in our people it still we we all understand because we we study this what people don't even understand how this works the empty right away it is literally in laze in foul know look at the milkers this impressions committee that greg thank you headed and in the it all attorneys who are law professors and there's a whole football coach and there's there are the people who work at the universities or the people that they don't just the coach's football rules and that's how it works with everything else ultimately at the school president the commissioner's they're the ones that are right the rule book now they're out the investigating but as we learned today they all the ones who will ultimately determine if you're punished or not and so you'll is four we face group of strong trooper barksdale from indianapolis in the reality is that.