35 Burst results for "First Shot"

Stephanie Ruhle Wants to to Redefine the Word 'Raid'

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 17 hrs ago

Stephanie Ruhle Wants to to Redefine the Word 'Raid'

"Keep hearing a lot of people call with the FBI did at Mar-a-Lago a raid But for fact's sake here's the deal Law enforcement doesn't even use the term raid So what actually happened The Justice Department applied for and got a court authorized search warrant that gave them lawful authority to enter Trump's home When they raided his home And they grabbed everything they could And they went into the former First Lady's closet and went through a wardrobe Care if they got a warrant under the Fourth Amendment under an outrageous judge Who cares This was intended to try and humiliate Trump and the First Lady This is intended to find information Yes related to the presidential records act but even more so anything else they could find January 6th tax returns They get one shot They wanted to make sure Trump wasn't there And he wasn't This was in planning for weeks It involved two at least offices of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington and South Florida They want you to believe the attorney general knew nothing about it That's just not believable We don't have to believe anything these people say because they lie like a rug

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New Mexico officials announce arrest in murders of Muslim men

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

New Mexico officials announce arrest in murders of Muslim men

"An arrest is made in the shooting deaths of as many as four Muslim men in Albuquerque New Mexico Albuquerque New Mexico police chief Harold Medina tells reporters We arrested 51 year old Muhammad said and charged him for the murder of two Muslim men in our community That from koat Investigators say sayed who came to the U.S. from Afghanistan some 5 years ago was seen leaving his home and followed by police for some 100 miles before being arrested Test our weapons in the home and his car provided the evidence needed to charge him with two of the killings He is also a suspect in two other killings and this from koat mer Tim Keller thanked the Muslim community They never gave up on our police department And they never gave up on the city where they live And I want to thank you for doing that There is no way we could have put these pieces together without

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 US will stretch monkeypox vaccine supply with smaller doses

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

US will stretch monkeypox vaccine supply with smaller doses

"The U.S. will stretch the monkeypox vaccine supply using smaller doses I am Lisa dwyer with the latest U.S. health officials are endorsing a new monkey pox vaccination strategy designed to stretch limited supplies by allowing health professionals to vaccinate up to 5 people instead of one with each vial The new recommendation calls for the dose to be administered with an injection under the skin rather than into deeper tissue The White House's monkeypox response coordinator Robert Fenton said the plan would help the U.S. stay ahead of the virus It is a game changer when it comes to our response and our ability to get ahead of the virus It's safe it's effective and it will significantly scale the volume of vaccine doses available for two years across the country Recipients would still get two shots spaced

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The Tragic Saga of Alex Jones

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:27 min | 2 d ago

The Tragic Saga of Alex Jones

"Jones back in many a couple of years ago. Spoke out about the sandy hook shooting. He said something quote, he said, no one died. The incident was staged. It was synthetic. It was manufactured. It was a giant hoax and completely fake with actors. He's totally wrong there. In fact, he's admitted he was wrong. Shouldn't have said it. It was not true. Somewhat despicable, quite honestly, and he shouldn't have said it. Okay, so he said that and in reaction to it, the sandy hook parents then started to allegedly to the court documents started to get harassed because of that. Series of lawsuits then were filed against Alex Jones saying that because of him their lives were totally ruined. This trial has been going on and on and on. Now remember, with Alex Jones, you're dealing with someone that specializes in bombast and bravado, shouldn't have said it. It was a mistake. He's admitted he was wrong, multiple times, but that will not satisfy the media, and that will not sought satisfy the nonstop pressure campaign against Alex Jones. So according to the judge and the Alex Jones case, anything you read in the press is hearsay and even reciting what you read as a means to convey how you made it feel is also hearsay. So let's play cut 22. How did you feel about that? Well, when I read the newspaper, there was a 20 $8 million ad buy. Don't say what you read. Just how many have you filmed? Things that you have read are also here today. Okay. Because you didn't save them. Somebody else centered right on writing is speech. Do not tell the jury anything that came from someone else that you've read or heard don't have to disregard that sentence. Go ahead. So that is the judge, her name is Maya Guerra gamble. This is the type of judge that Alex Jones was given. 23 up on stage. Hashtag stay at home. It could save lives with a blue hair bonnet on. Love is love with the transgender thing, and also don't stay at the top, vote for every Democrat. That's the type of judge Alex Jones got. Conflict of interest, you better believe it.

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Orioles hit 4 homers in 7-4 victory over Blue Jays

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Orioles hit 4 homers in 7-4 victory over Blue Jays

"The Orioles had four home runs to back the pitching of Jordan lyles as they beat the Blue Jays 7 to four Ramon urias got the Orioles going with the three run blast in the first off starter and loser you say kikuchi Anthony Santander and Ryan Malcolm went back to back in the third and Austin Hayes hit a solo shot in the 6th We're going out expecting to win every game so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple of months and we're just continuing to play good baseball The Blue Jays got homers from Kevin biggio and Matt Chapman lyles improves the 9 and 8 Felix Bautista earned his 5th save Craig heist Baltimore

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Father and son get life for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's killing

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Father and son get life for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's killing

"The white father and son responsible for the killing of ahmaud Arbery a black man in Georgia get life in prison for committing a federal hate crime It's the same sentence Greg and Travis mcmichael got from the state for killing Arbery the federal crime penalties largely symbolic still Arbery's parents say it's another victory The judge said it's not lost on the court It was the kind of trial Arbery did not get before he was shot and killed The mcmichaels wanted to serve their time in a federal prison saying they felt threatened in a state facility but were denied They told police they suspected Arbery was a burglar when they chased him in a pickup and Travis mcmichael shot him with neighbor William roddy Bryan filming

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Man who shot Ahmaud Arbery gets life sentence for hate crime

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Man who shot Ahmaud Arbery gets life sentence for hate crime

"The white man who's shot and killed ahmaud Arbery a black man that he chased in Georgia gets a life sentence for committing a federal hate crime Travis mcmichael's punishment is largely symbolic He was sentenced earlier this year to life without parole in a Georgia state court for Arbery's murder inside court He didn't speak outside court in the pelting rain Marcus Arbery the 25 year old victim's father said mcmichael had shown his son no mercy and he deserves the same to rot in state prison That's the thing that will involve people Didn't give him no money Michael his father and their neighbor said they thought Arbery was a burglar His mother Wanda Cooper Jones says the sentence was just I feel every shot Every day audio courtesy W J XX I'm Julie Walker

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Men face sentencing for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's death

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Men face sentencing for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's death

"Three white men who chased and killed a black man running in a Georgia neighborhood are scheduled to appear in federal court today to be sentenced for hate crimes The three men already have been sentenced by the state of Georgia to life sentences for the February 2020 shooting of 25 year old ahmaud Arbery The first to appear for a sentencing hearing today is Travis mcmichael who blasted Arbery with a shotgun after mcmichael his father and a neighbor chased Arbery down The three men faced possible federal life sentences after a jury convicted them in February of violating Arbery civil rights and targeting him because of his race the father and son have asked the judge to send them to a federal present saying they won't be safe in the Georgia prison system I'm Donna warder

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Kim arrives on PGA Tour with 61 to win Wyndham Championship

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Kim arrives on PGA Tour with 61 to win Wyndham Championship

"Fast rising Korean star giulian Kim has posted a dramatic 5 shot win at the Wyndham championship the 20 year old becoming the youngest winner on tour since a 19 year old Jordan Spieth in 2013 I still have so much talk I want to accomplish and this is just to tell me much when we bought the car we just need to drive it So hopefully I just keep pushing that pedal Kim who began the championship with a first hole quadruple bogey 8 on day one closed with a standing 61 to finish a 20 under for the tournament I'm Graham agar's

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Phillies hit 4 homers in 13-1 win, finish sweep of Nationals

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 3 d ago

Phillies hit 4 homers in 13-1 win, finish sweep of Nationals

"The nationals with a 13 one win Philadelphia broke the game open scoring 5 runs on three home runs in the bottom of the fourth inning cap by a solo shot by Derek hall It was the second home run of the game Every run is a good run So even if it's in one game the more you can get the better And I think everybody feels good when the offense is going Aaron nola picked up the window to improve the Internet Corey Abbott took the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Lauer works 7, Tellez and Taylor homer as Brewers top Reds

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Lauer works 7, Tellez and Taylor homer as Brewers top Reds

"The brewers put up two home runs early and wrote the starting pitching of Eric Lauer to beat the reds 5 to one A two run Homer from rowdy teles in the first inning and a three run shot by Tyrone Taylor in the second provided all the scoring they didn't need much as Lauer pitched 7 strong innings He says it was important to bounce back after getting swept in Pittsburgh We hit a little skid there I think getting back on the win column is a big thing for us just because it changes the mood and the Clubhouse It changes the vibe The brewers went on a night they celebrated their only pennant which happened 40 years ago Check Freeman Milwaukee

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Alex Jones must pay $45.2 million in punitive damages, jury decides

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 d ago

Alex Jones must pay $45.2 million in punitive damages, jury decides

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Alex Jones has been ordered to pay $49.3 million for his lies about the sandy hook elementary massacre Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been ordered by Texas jury to pay $49.3 million in total damages to the parents of a first grader killed in the 2012 sandy hook elementary school massacre Jones falsely called the attack a hoax saying it was orchestrated by the government to tighten U.S. gun laws The jury award came in the final phase of a two week trial adding $45.2 million in punitive damages to the $4.1 million in compensatory damages Jones was ordered to pay Neil heslin and Scarlett Lewis The couple who 6 year old son Jesse Lewis was among 19 children and 6 educators killed in the classroom shooting had sought $150 million

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Why YOU Will Get Audited by the IRS Soon

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | 5 d ago

Why YOU Will Get Audited by the IRS Soon

"Who's ready to get audited? I'm gonna get blunt to the point. Straight into the point and be blunt. It's likely you are going to be audited sometime soon. Senator Kristen sinema has decided to join Joe Manchin in what they call the inflation reduction act, which is anything but the inflation reduction act, but Democrats are getting even sneakier in how they are branding what actually increases inflation to hurt inflation, but they're doing it for marketing purposes. The inflation reduction act of 2022 appears to have a good shot of being signed into law. One of the things it does is it expands the internal revenue services, power, authority, and expands their staff. The inflation reduction act hires 80 7 thousand new IRS agents. 80 7 thousand new IRS agents. Currently, there's about 600,000 audits that are done every single year. 600,000 audits. The IRS says they'll now be able to perform 1.2 million audits in the next couple of years, doubling the amount of annual audits that are done. Doubling.

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Even Caitlyn Jenner Recognizes the Transgender Divide in Sports

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:02 min | 5 d ago

Even Caitlyn Jenner Recognizes the Transgender Divide in Sports

"Was fortunate to have played for the men's team because I was not man enough to have played for pat summit. But I did get to work with her closely in the women's team. But there were distinctions between how men play basketball and women play basketball. We had limitations. You couldn't jump. You couldn't try to block shots because that's not what the women's game was. You know, you've got transgender athletes now. Former athletes that are like Caitlyn Jenner that are telling us that even they see the distinction in men and women competing with men trying to be pretending they're women. You know, if you look back at the Olympic records during Bruce Jenner's time as a man, when he was a decathlete, he had ten events. He wasn't the best in any of the events in the world in terms of athletes, but overall the ten sports, the ten divisions that he played, whether it was track whether it was high jumping with his pole vault, there were ten sport activities that he did as a decathlete. If he had competed in those individual sports as a woman, instead of a man, he would set world records in almost all of them. His hundred meter time, for example, 1976, as Bruce Jenner would have been a second faster than the fastest woman sprinter in the world at that time. So Bruce Jenner now Caitlyn Jenner recognizes that men and women should not compete, but the Democrats don't get that. They're still trying to destroy women's athletics by putting men pretending to be women in many cases, not even having done any genetic surgery or any genital surgery to change their physique. And yet they're walking around in locker rooms as guys surrounded by women. And yeah, Democrats don't see anything wrong with that. They can't define woman, they can't define when these decisions can be made. You've got some states now that are wanting to force, I think, Pennsylvania is saying that the Department of Education that kids can identify as transgender as young as three.

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Big Wins Across State Primaries This Week

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | 5 d ago

Big Wins Across State Primaries This Week

"Had Kansas and Missouri Arkansas having battles, Missouri. We saw Eric Schmidt, the attorney general over there when the nomination in the battle of Eric's Donald Trump chiming in with an endorsement of Eric with two candidates having the same first name, Eric Schmidt ended up getting the win and will face off to try and make sure the Missouri Senate race stays in Republican hands and then down in Arizona. Carrie Lake finally gets the final nod that she's the winner in Arizona. Maricopa County, Phoenix that screwed up the 2020 election has done no progress in getting any further along at being able to actually count votes and get through an election process. You know, you've got other countries where they can literally hand count ballots and they can do it in 24 hours. Maricopa County can't even get it done in a few days and they had chaos, they had confusion, like we saw in 2020, despite all the denials that there was any election problems in Arizona that it didn't get stolen from Trump, but a big week there, and then in Tennessee, where we're broadcasting from in Memphis, Andy ogles wins the Republican primary in the Tennessee 5th congressional district. Last night, as Republicans redrew that district in Tennessee, it's been a 9 congressional district state for a while. Traditionally, you've had 7 Republicans to Democrats in recent years. Well, with redistricting, Republicans redrew the lines in Nashville, dividing Nashville up, adding some of the suburban counties to it. And for the first time for the first time since reconstruction, the Civil War, Republicans have an actual shot to pick up Nashville and probably do that new district is about a 12 plus Republican district Donald Trump carried it by over a dozen points,

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Twitter Unleashes Criticism on Dick Cheney Following Ad Spot

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 5 d ago

Twitter Unleashes Criticism on Dick Cheney Following Ad Spot

"And as media writes, the blue check mark crowd in Twitter, people from all political backgrounds, unleashed a torrent of criticism against him. His infamous 2006 hunting accident where he shot a guy in the face was prominent in the minds of many, one blue checkmark said, fun fact, Dick Cheney is also a liar. He's a murderer who killed hundreds of thousands of people for oil and defense contracts F him F his wretched daughter and F Trump they can all rot in hell. Dan Caldwell tweeted Dick Cheney as VP was the chief advocate of the disastrous war in Iraq that killed up to a million people. He should have no standing to accuse anyone of being a threat to our republic. Dick Cheney looks ready to shoot Trump in the face with a mother load of birdshot. The thing I thought about when I saw the video was the hit TV series Yellowstone. It's like Yellowstone season 5. Starring Dick Cheney.

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JFK's Moonshot Speech Inspired a Nation to Greatness

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:48 min | 6 d ago

JFK's Moonshot Speech Inspired a Nation to Greatness

"Into space, this was something that was not looked at as easy. There was not a genuine consensus by the time of this speech that this was where we know to be spending money, that there was a real fascination with what can we do and what can we become if we choose this path towards space exploration. It was interesting that he also then quotes William Bradford and the founding of Plymouth bay colony. Who said that all great and honorable actions are accompanied with great difficulties in both must be enterprise and overcome with answerable courage. In other words, this angle means he's laying it out. He doesn't want anybody to come to think, okay, this can be just easily conquered. This idea that we could go to the moon or space exploration is going to be something that is going to be fraught with without danger that everybody can do it. He's laying no, this is not what is happening. But what he also then continues on. He says that man in his quest for knowledge and progress is determined and can not be deterred. The x-rays of space will go ahead, whether we join in it or not, and it is one of the greatest adventures of all time and no nation which expects to be the leader of other nations can expect to stay behind in the race for space. He also then as an interesting paragraph, the next paragraph basically is a real direct threat, direct shot across the ballot, Russia, when he says, look, we're going to go there for freedom and we're going to continue invention and we're going to go to space with a manner of freedom and peace, unlike the conquest that many would fear Russia or others would have. Again, setting it up in being very contrast terms that the people would understand and what they're looking at. This gives a speech that is looking forward, examines the reality of the world, and then looks forward as we go. Then

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Michael Collins: Stop Asking Golfers About Moving to LIV

Fore The People

02:51 min | 6 d ago

Michael Collins: Stop Asking Golfers About Moving to LIV

"When it comes to the rumor game, that's all it is with people. And. I felt really bad for cam Smith. I mean, there's a part of me, there's a part of me that understands why someone wanted to ask the question, like, about the live tour for cam Smith, but there's another part of me as a golf fan that is like, come on, man. Can we just, why is it every time a dude wins and going to be like, are you leaving? Right. You know what I mean? You know. And that's kind of like, it just puts a bad, it puts a bad feeling in everybody's gut when you do it, right? Let's say, let's say he said yes. What did we really gain anything? From learning it then as opposed to, let's say he says after the season is over and he gets to November and is like, hey, you know what? I think I'm gonna give this live a shot. It's still gonna be news. It's still gonna matter, but I think in a moment when a guy went to golf to him and, you know, it's okay to let him have that moment, you know? Even for a day or two, 'cause you know you're gonna ask him and he knows he's gonna get asked, but it's like, I tell you what it has done, it has made pretty much everyone almost everyone. This time of year, be like, yeah, I don't wanna do any interviews whatsoever. Right? Like, why would anybody want to do interviews because you already have, if you're on the outside of the top one in one 25 looking in, like, this is it, this is the week that you got. You got to do something this week. Do you want to be trying to grind and get your work done? And oh yeah, I have some knucklehead come up there and be like, oh yeah, well, if you don't make it this week, are you going to join live? Do you need that thought in your head? Before you going out to play, to try and keep your tour card and get to the playoffs or if you're one of the guys in the bottom tier, let's say one 20 to 50, you know, doing, hey man, if you don't make a big run in the playoffs, so you're going to make a little decision before if you're in top 50, you're like, hey, how far into the playoffs do you have to get or how much money you have to make before you might consider live? This is the time to hear when, if you're a player, get sucked, it would suck. Because all you got is knuckleheads now. Like asking about, hey, are you gonna leave? Are you gonna leave? Like, hey, how about I'm gonna practice? I will try and win the street. How about that? Can I do that?

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"first shot" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

27:33 min | 10 months ago

"first shot" Discussed on Software People Stories

"Regionally people have different ways to look at things into revaluate things even if it was the same product and the same problem that we were trying to address for the client but the baby had to do it was completely different and remember we work very closely with this particular client or in a multiple months very close to aligning with their senior leadership right up to the global ceo and they had a couple of new stakeholders who came on the project and they looked at a few things and they actually said that they wanted to a few dimensions and that quickly two of the entire evaluation so far so actually i remember going to meeting billing the customer that hey luke if if you think that you really need these three dimensions which are so different than what we've been talking about. I think we are not a good choice and should perhaps Unicol this loss and there was a deep silence in the room for about a couple of minutes. And i think that that actually that pause who like we would otherwise think about in life gave them opportunity to reassess and see what was important of course next morning we call from the leader saying. Hey we've real bit everything and billeting you know what we had identified. Initially is what we want to do. The reveal able to build on closed one much sooner than we had anticipated interesting stories. Where on one side teams looking really rosie. You know it didn't and on the other side where it looked like it could have gone off track. Staying on topic had Do the best thing for for the client and for at that time an interesting contrast and no wonder so it's become somewhat of a tag you does he knows and once succumbing to a question that you just mentioned you know. The life of a product manager is in the realm of choices and prioritization. What do you use when you have to make choices of meat. Choices right or wrong is a consequence of sound decision making. And what have you learned over the years in terms of what works. Why trying to prioritize a backlog or a list of requirements no secondly and. I think this is something. I have and i think i consider myself lucky chance to work with organizations in teams of different sizes and that had access to different investment dollars. And if there's one thing that's karma you know it doesn't matter if you're google or microsoft or a startup or you know a vc funded entity dill still be finite investment to them vision that you have that mission is always going to be much larger than your investment outlook. I think that that is. Perhaps you know something that goes without the the thing i found that really works is actually some of the basic things. Maybe we'll start with read. The trouble starts with right. And we've become a crop. Where did it so much. That's happening all the time and we have got us to react to different things and respond to ask that. Come from us and bureau any people in many dimensions and sometimes those rightful and sometimes they are not any goes back to what's urgent and important and being able to look at all of that now when you're when you're building a product which is a little bit of a product. Dna dna sometimes becomes important. Are doing the right thing for your customer is often the reason why hundred equipment winston get pushed now. These may be coming from saving sooner customers or unique customers. You may have standard Who may be coming from exacts or from folks who are on the field some of it may be coming purely from. What is your ambition on the new big thing that you want to build and really you know do that. Big leapfrog ahead of the competition and be just you know pure competitive things you want to because your competition is also competing with the same nigger on a daily basis. Now how do you really make sense in all of this. Why did his amount of activity. Which happens up. I think radicalization is based on when it stopped own so being able to really look at a what is reality and what does it get visas. Business really want to go create an impact for how does that translate into my product strategy and product vision. I think an important thing that i learned that accident in the up was you can't sell what you can you. Can you can sell so really. You know being able to look at your target market on where you really going to can create an impact right now and how are they going to consume it and then be seconds. You ride trauma how is going to discover explored by to a user being able to try install us retired the entire life cycle too. I think it really is. What is the linemate with our strategy. What's alignment with our buy. It is willing to really to procure this. What's the alignment mitch. The journey our user is going to have and in that journey. What problem are we really going to solve. I think being really close to an. I like to use a three p. type formula who is the persona. What's the problem and hope Visit n if you're getting good answer for this you know. This is a good candidate for you to consider in your backlog of hundred now there may be many that go through and i think the mini- that were true trying to find a mix of some of those that can really be delighted the bottle from the keno martyrs times. They look at things. As either those which create delight which translates into array definite will off but saving and interpreting value. Some may be business as usual. You need to do it and others are going to be dissatisfied as the light lack of which is actually going to come back and hurt your holiday hurting you at the menu. Then you break it in two buckets like that. It's much easier. Then you know that you use certainly don't want anything that is a big dissatisfied off you want to create some lighters and everything else is going to be in motion. You'll always be at all eighteen twenty and there will be some ketchup you or your competitors. Doing i think if you were able to do a good job at the to the rest of it will will tend to this good tip sima. I'm sure a lot of our listeners. Who are product. Managers intending to take product. Management is critical. You will be tuning in because these are you. Do not get from somebody who is Living this life out. Thank you for that. I'd like to attack iota. little bit. sima would building teams. You said you had a lot of experience building product teams. What is it in your expedients that has taught you about a building right teams to build great products and or What is it that brings people together because a lot of product management is about legacy talking to different stakeholders different stakeholders feed the problem differently. And you want so many hats in your career as a salesperson it was important for you to close the deal as somebody who is a product manager of the customer experience the value perception of it. Plus you know working with engineering teams to make sure that you conveyed that nitric by them and building the right product. How does all this play into building a great product team. It's actually alluded job and it's not easy to be honest because it amongst different dimensions and i'm going to perhaps in a look at this in two parts. Chitra run is just building product managers and team of product managers project teams are. I mean eventually much larger because you are working so closely. It is time cross functional job. Anything for product management as a rule itself is a little niche. It's not like a lot of the rules. It's it's a role that requires someone to have a lot of ownership without to your a of authority. That's the kind of roulette. It is often folks in product management. Or you know at least two good among of courteous stages individual contributors and sometimes they have very high impact roles but they may still be begin individual contributor but you were on a daily basis influencing a lot of people around you like you said right so i think from a competency perspective for an individual as well as for the team did a two aspects which are quite key and i like to think of it often in the lens of the iceberg model of competency. What is the top. Which is often your skills in compton dizzy gemini learnable. Now these things like the domain that you operate in technology stack that you use a region that you have your client base in different regulations that you have from which need to be adhered to and so on and so forth learnable stuff under second part israeli below the iceberg and the below the iceberg. It's really about a lot of values and try it and this is this. Is the pattern part now. When it comes to a product the decision making is in in a landscape which is very ambiguous. Because you're figuring out what to do. You're figuring out where you're going to go saturday Figuring out what your competition is going to look like an attempts to be data driven but often being cognizant of the fact that data will be insufficient and it may be inaccurate unique to make a lot of decisions. I think you really need a gut where you don't feel the discomfort operating in the world. It's ambiguous your winter. After a few things you need to make some decisions you will need to say yes. No when there is no clear proxy available and most people will be looking at you to be the one who is putting your proposal on the table all of this sensory which moves us to the second part of work. You can hardly really bill this week teams because you need to do this in saturate that you are building the confidence of your sales teams building the confidence off your engineering support teams and so on an executive of course. Now i think the big scale that comes in or kicks in here really is able to create partnerships of trust in collaboration. Are you really able to look at the same situation in such a way that they are able to internalize it in the lens that is apparent to them. That's a big job. I think where you need to be able to do this individually and honestly. I think there's a lot also over the last fifteen years now. I think there's a lot interest and conversation about product management with a chance for people to know what the role is and really see that something that you enjoy and if you do we should totally you know. Jump and take the tried. I think you will. You will enjoy n. excited this. Two teams are really. I mean you end. The building team of really strong individuals were able to look at this for their respective areas. That they are driving but at the same time also collaborate in such a way. That it's like you have to take the village with you and you're taking many religious with the big distillation while really building that team. You were trying to create a balanced strategy. Where you know that you know you really good where you're able to look at where we're going from here. I re executive at the pace at which wish to the cost at which we should and in the way that we should. I think all these aspects become extremely critical than when you grow and explored that that to your larger teams just beyond who product and beyond product. Thanks that was very very interesting. The one thing that you mentioned several times in the course of this conversation was the ability to stay in the problem space. How did you begin to get comfortable thing with the problem at exploring more versus typical engineering mindset as well enough can i jump in and propose the solution or human. Get the customer. Do look at what i have to say. Okay this is how we can fix it and so on and so how do you get comfortable with staying with the problem space. Yeah i know. It's a hard world i mean in for me. Sometimes you know especially early in my career. It was like a double-whammy on one side. You know stick engineering each where you want to jump to the solution because it really looks good to be the one who says hey look i have the answer on the second side you know. Spend some time in sales in you know it was like i exactly know what this customer ones right now. Which is now when i think it was. Certainly a symptom came up more often earlier in the career. But you know being able to navigate that and a couple of things which have really helped this. I'm a big proponent of looking at anything actually for that matter from from a journey perspective. I think it's very important to be able to step back. And really look at the entire landscape is a journey. You know back in. Let's take a look at hobart design organizations and how they operate you have departments dedicated for sales marketing on indie product support services and whatnot. And now everyone they're good. Intend to the best of their capacity and interest are doing the best job of every single day to make this happen. But we're all living in silos and we're all living and working off overview of how it needs to be and then were trying to build something for the market. It becomes even more tricky. Because you're trying to. It's like this in is equal to one in any sequel remaining when you're doing it for one estimate engineering services business. It's relatively easy because they really success is about creating the most daylight experience that you possibly can for what the customer has a need for and You go ahead and achieved back or in fact exceed that and that's like a fantastic job than now come to the product. Would you are intending to do the same thing for the market. And it's not about one customer reviews about many and then you have to find out. What kind are those which is really read. It goes back to what which dog market am. I trying to go after. I've seen venue change this conversation on. This is how customer is going to take. And this is how they're going to try and push his it and were on board and use it and what not and then slipped back and look at. How is it that we as a company operates. I've seen that. It really helps you. You'll see are we doing the right things. Of course not. you won't be always able to everything with to make the right. Choices are goes up in the menu extended to Reach other problems solving even if you go back to just a feature part of what they're doing it's really about. Who is my persona. What they're trying to do and how frequently they're trying to start talking the language of a journey. It just changes. The whole thing from this is possible. It's like almost getting into a solution. Centric way saying. I can use i to be able to predict the next meeting time. And maybe the meeting between chitra and zebra and then you know we take a step back. And say hey. Chitra has been hosting a lot more grass than she does it once every exit doel and she needs so much time looking at her calendar. Looks like this is the best time to do it now. We could have done the whole fancy eric doing and maybe that would be right. But maybe it's not a locking maximum value for chitra and women who cartlidge you know solution. I says how do we stay there. We've spoken enough. We've learned about life we've learned about what is day in the life day. Zero eight hundred three hundred and to the special events. And i think that gives you a good sense of moving from unknown known of what you're trying to solve nice. I think these are. This is something that i personally heard. Very few people talk about with great dignity of expedience and conflict. If you but. I think this is so important for people to be able to be comfortable by staying in the problem. Space to develop great product. You have mentioned that having a sports mindset is something that has helped you in your career and particularly in your own as a product manager. How has that. Cuppa boat on enlighten note. You know if someone were to ask me. Can you tell. Tell me one thing that you've done right. I think my answer would be sports. I think it is wanting that i have done right in license for having been a sportsperson. I think there are a lot of a lot of who i am and how i go about things. I do the march to my early days them. I played sports for my school and later for the state for good. Among of most of these days. I think as much as it was in the class i was also in the sports ground and multiple listens. I think that came from there. I think one kind of borrowing from that to a product manager product. Managers life right and i talk about my first service. I mean in a wonderful. It's a nine eighteen meters corp and the net is certain height. I wasn't last five. I started playing house. Really you know trail in tiny views to try to hit the service across the my service would barely go even to not even the six meter line for a few weeks and then it went to the six meter line and then it going to the nine meter lines still just the line. Then one day it hit the From below and finally after think three months or so it didn't on their site just feebly. And i think i was. I was full of joy. When i look back. I don't think any of that time. I was bogged down with the fact that hit the service has not gone through. I was getting wound up. I just did what was needed to be done on. That day was to give it my best shot and if it was improving and i think that's what we do with the product you take something you give it your best shot use yvette. It's landing and then you interactivity of continue to play for for a long time off that. And i got good with the game and then i was at a stage vide- soon within practice and coaching that. I could exactly hit the service that it needed to be. Not too far not too close not too fast or if it needed to be really fast i mean i could land. It waited needed to land. I think that's what it is in the product will to you. You have an ambition but at the same time you execute one shot at a time. I think when you do it like that it removes. A lot of panic moves a lot of risk in the process but it still keeps your reentering radio. Think your room to have the maximum. The i can definitely does that. Seem up having been a basketball player myself. Thank you so much for shedding that example. I think sports has always been a good example for a lot of things and for people to comprehend. Even if you're not a sports person you'll defend watch sports and more importantly would say dean sport absolutely and in fact if you just extended to that i think if they did at any one or two keating's well again there are so many i think that you build. You always has one unit. Doesn't matter what you individually are good at no. of course we. Each sportsperson has some skills which are better than some of the others but eventually on game dates about how visa team can bring the best of what we need and on the strategy. That is going to help us on bad day. You never did security isolation and you just do it. As one unit anything the building the camaraderie and actually playing and losing. What winning as a team. I think is a big big one. It's highly competitive than most things out there but get the tendency often lemon leaving aside site cases. It's really about fair place the nam so you really are really open to be out there. You're competing in the open the performances up for everyone to look at performance reviews newsroom. It's all out there and if even is okay with that and we learned and grew. Look at the next game together. I think big big part of how you operate differently that mindset absolutely. I hope we can talk about more. Sporting analogy perhaps in future podcasts. Who knows another folded. I'll look forward to something like that. I would like to go back to one western. it's been bringing my mind. I basically grew up in my career more on the engineering side or work. I learned a lot by working with some really great product packages. We've had a tough woman's by negotiating with product managers dumbs of which features can come when what is it that customer's looking all busy Some of the things that my interest would come back to me and says you know. The just doesn't get this because if we have to meet this one change or if pre have to build this new feature. Here's what it's going to cost us to build it and talk. How have you build bridges with integrating teams. What is it that you would like to share a thousand terms of your formulas for collaborating with engineering. Deeds steps a large place where we live our lives right and this comes up often in each time. Betas news trumpeting the new product new model anywhere local jubal any combination. But i think one thing. That's been a very key part of how i have operated and i've managed to you. Don't have the best. Collaboration going and this takes time sometimes medic to release cycles because in the fourth release cycle. When you're working with a new team you're just trying to learn how people operate and even in any engineering team or even product. The every product manager the style of booking similarly everyone. You may have some things that like more autonomy. Some more collaborations some like to be like. Hey let's just exactly how we're going to do this. I will do my due to your right. And there is no right and wrong right but i think really. When you're in a product managers had it's your ownership to find out what stood them at which the team democrats. How is it that they like to get onto problems and being able to work with them in other them. That makes sense now. That seems like too much. But it's actually not it's just about being a little more empathetic listening little more and kind of funeral getting onto the table in a way that the rest of the team is on the second thing that i've always done my teams and sometimes it comes to the form of habe have problems States in the form of something may have gone a little south than you would have liked it or Purely how do we make this thing. Work best together and a big piece in making this is the product manager is waiting certain hat and he brings a certain inside through the day bill. Similarly we have an architect engineer ran. Qa ended up and you person who have their perspective which most of us are not willing to buy different seat. And i the big we have been able to see. The breakthrough comes when you have that moment of realization hill. All on one side of the table and the problem is on the other side. I think when you start approaching the problem more than the people more attacking the problem more than it seemingly challenging might team or. You're challenging me. I think it's once you're able to kind of make that shift and addressing some chronic managers can ditch be in order. Dave is again if they come from technical background orders. They come from a certain domain order. They come from a particular familiarity. Yuma feel you know the answer. And it's the same for the decided the house. If it's a product for instance. Each of us feels. I'm a prospect of using and i know exactly how my journey looks like and this is exactly how every customers went to do it. I think the best way to approach some of those would intend to should tolerate. Here's on the table but we have people to make the best choices for which decision needs to be made. I think when we start respecting that the team had we challenge each other beacon agree as much as we want to weaken disagree as much as you want to walk out of the room. The best solution. I think is really are able to have the good tension yet not get bogged down with like the way you summarized saying nice to have a good attention and not get bogged down with it. Thank you seem I notice that we coming to the end of this conversation bats Come close warped. Would you like to leave aspiring dodig managers or people want to take up a career in the area of tech with. It's an interesting we of looking at things right. I think one looking at career intact. It's actually a very wide. Universe are just with that lens right now. There are multiple things. I think The kind of businesses that are coming of the way technology is actually enabling. Different possibilities did assume any new trends strains can be driven by cutting edge innovation in the technology space or by the application to a certain industry or the application to a certain type of business. Right i mean think of the ubers and really created the platform economy that we've seen in the last decade before that. We had a lot of technology driven innovations which were mostly impacting. The way we communicated to experience is a big thing. Virtual reality is just expanding the whole thing in a different way. I think one is when you look at the role that you want to get into perhaps up sticker sabotage genetic one and then get into the product is Wins there will be things that look cool and they will be things that you believe are going to create. That impact on. Each of them has the potential to do that. But i think you know. The reason needs to be stronger than the season. Otherwise it's going to keep what is to keep changing and that's not going to be very happy situation to be in because it can seem daunting it can seem anxious or it can also seem not so way. Spots moves forward so really. Why why do you want to do what you want to do. What does it look like. What is it and what is it. Not i think becomes extremely important. Especially if you're picking on initial like product planet like i said i got onto this parts and most people i mean if you look it will yutian most companies retinitis services. Doing extremely. well be driving a lot of large business of growth for people in in that will thing but still very few product companies within companies very few product people. I remember. I used to get us the question on you know. What's the difference between the project. Management product manager amount of time. The common advise that. I often got was. Hey you know this is to do this need. You can't do it from india you need to be in the us on your put some places and sometimes the only way to do it is to do it. It's been a long journey for anyone who is looking into initials. I think it becomes important to see what's out there because initials will come with their own opportunities and there will challenges. You will certainly in your backpack need to have some extra focus on via doing what you're doing. There will be some pioneer spain on so and you will need to perceive with that because you will be figuring it out. The ecosystem is figuring it out. There is no standard of how the job is done. How it interfaces with defend entities does look like it is linked to be constant comparison majors and of full. You down if you don't like figuring it out so much like stomach getting stomaching. Maybe you want proposing things under decide if you really like a Fasttrack fat to in technology than sticking to you know more streamlined practice better but they contend to be counted and they attend to find ways to pick skills that can help you get there faster and faster. But it's really a choice for for product. Folks i think for most people who want to get into product management. My first advises for strengthening. What really does a product manager. Do and what it takes to be a good product manager and then you can decide for yourself if that's something that you will enjoy doing for the rest of your part of your career. I think very nicely put together. This is just very sound coming straight from somebody. Who's as expedients does you I'm sure a lot of people that are going to listen to. This will have a lot. To take away from your. I want to say thank you so much for giving us this time with you. I've enjoyed our conversation. Want to say a big. Thank you to be better show. Thanks for having made loved it too. Took me back to a lot of photos interesting times. Sometimes you forget on a busy day so thank you for that chitra. Our.

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"first shot" Discussed on Agents of DAMNED

Agents of DAMNED

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on Agents of DAMNED

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"first shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

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"first shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

"Yeah no this is comedy. This is not something that's gonna make feel bad okay. I'm a read it. I'll let you suck on my titties while that's why i'm witty. Kenya is nice. I mean i know you ain't gonna tell you this a party any rex. I've been really loud arena of wisdom and it's been romance shit and it's just trashing trash but you know he's four four. Feel your friend who it's four. Give me give somebody t you know. Trashes for everybody. Lemme never know. Lemme lemme mode over. And i'll bring it to the next episode is what i'm gonna do. I feel you. I feel you friend Okay well since. The rina's booklet is wrapping up. Let's go ahead and you know cha-cha slide. We're gonna take it back to what was on out. We're talking about keep your hands azo ken recapping and believe yes and i gotta find day babies right baby cheering okay so we have been talking about this for a while now. We were going to watch. Keep your hands off is oaken. yes and If you folks remember we'll throw it on to the balaa for little sir knob nat okay. Yes lapses Escora laws anime so much. She insists concept. Is everything animation. Just taking the first step in create an animation. But she can't do it alone. Her best friend kanamori who loves money sees her genius and drive. I true businesswoman. And drags along if she she'll say a little animation. It ain't from me guess. What is the bag. The coins money dollar the milk all of that. The korean so let me know. We'll be doing then kanamori. Asa coosa bring along. Mrs ocoee this fashion model who also alexa draw but her family is like no. You can't do that though. The three start on creating the own animal. And it's it's very. I want to say simple. But like it's very grounded concept which. I don't think it's played a lot. Did you ever watch bawku. Men or reebok amman. Now i've been wanting to wanting to think you who are who since you've been like a lot of manga recently. I think you really appreciate balkenende now. 'cause it's a series about how manga artists create their work. That's the type of guy dami blah. That is the type of shit i like. I like very art. That's very artsy very creative. And i'll why is very behind the scenes. It's very how does the sausage gets made like the on. That's why i like way. Listen to me. I'm still aim west. I would go back and a lot of words. I was like the mangas better better. Everybody was speaking shit out among is like the manga. Salvage the anime as its who became english. I will watch it. But i don't think it's going to be english because exactly i can't so nation saw like at that's going to be real pablo. Ballo it really. Does i feel like. I was in a bouquet warm words. Rookie of words. Words words words. They all over me. I didn't know what to do. Shit going oh grandma got stuck in my. It's all over my titties. You and sally you. Oh my god. I'm sorry. I've been drinking their ranch water hidden offering in my eyes. I realize this ranch audio line so ranch water yod listen. This is this. Is the comedy house. drink okay. So because we saw drink mile give we can all have our own. Okay so making me wanna lake what. Let's do that. One of the kami house drinks is what we like to rach water. Okay and ranch. Water is Let's go water girl In so it's club soda or you can use to tokyo. We use to help out. Chico recommended togo. Chico yes topo. Chico topo chico then it's vodka lee. Use grey goose. I see tequila here. Or you can use tequila either or depending on how much you wanna party. Kill me wanna slap a. Yeah i so you know. I wanna go. Hey i'm walking here tequila week. And that's exactly why i felt like fighting. Somebody see i do with some many. It's so many make you wanna flabby me. Yeah but that's all you need for. Ranch waters chow chico. And the vodka of your choice and you can throw in a cucumber or lime. Now look you now. Now listen because lodhi. I don't understand alcohol proportion so you know do if you put too much vodka. It'll be blackie. Yeah but you need if you put the right amount of topo chico. It'll taste similar similar to water just the little key low key so poor the topo chico. I and be careful. Poor topo chico. I then put the vodka in remind me of genitalia to be on. Yeah gin and tonic will get real Water and you eat. You're doing like seven of them and they throw it. You know what i'm saying. See because jan tonic. That you had at legacy. It was a little bit too much for me. You know gene got like oh botanical. Very like maybe putting x-xi so it depends on what type of jeans i would like to circle back to it now. I think you should go back. And i think you should pick the jan that you like because john has like botanical. Okay what elements in it. Don't always taste okay. What in next paycheck..

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"first shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

"For that the weakest right along to the next section yeah The rehouse book club. What even reading. Well i decided to throw back to my younger days when and There was a time. Where barnes and noble only had Several had a small manga section in their manga section. Only had as sailor moon real about high school Home and a manga called miracle girls. And i decided for nostalgia because a bitch needs a peak nia. I decided to go back and read miracle girls. Oh this is one of my favorite mangas growing up. Now it is. Show joe okay. So last night. Expect a lot out of this people like i said. I'm looking for a good tom. I'm looking for some bubbly feelings on the inside. Because i feel kind of dead right now. So magical is a show joe. I also a a manga show. Markets also an anime. And i didn't know that. So i'm shook it. It is about these. Twins one is a tomboy and another one in the other one is. oh she's smart one. She's very outgoing. King now they also they're also twins. Let me make sure. I said that. They're also twins and they also have like psychic power so it's just really them like doing q shit with their psychic powers like it kind of gives you power puff girls vibes. But they're now really accurate. Lie be nass. they're just you know it's a cute little kid. Read okay now to be honest. I'm going to assume that it's out of print because this came out. When i was a child man your girl was a child in the two thousands as we as you guys know. We are old. Willy we're not. Oh we're grown we grow. I know i'm not old appeared. Li i didn't i. I looked into my mama. I looked into it was going to be. I look into leisler sticks in like oh the older generation like thirty and up. They're more into like podcasting whereas like other kids are into like social media like as far as like content creation is to take out a high capacity for bushy. Yeah sorry Anyways Mirror girls is yeah. I'm not sure if it's i don't even think it's out of print. I mean still in print but it was made by tokyo. Pop out of course is out of print. Oh but you can probably find it on a we wide web if you want a little show joe vibe Mid has nine volumes I collected i have volumes. One through seven. So so like i really gaffar but i mean you kinda catch after you re like a couple of chapters you can catch the drift of it and so you can really just really one one volume and get your life so That's what i've been reading if you guys are interested in in anime adaptation. Apparently they have that. And i'll probably watch that. They search cute. Little girls brings me so much joy. So abacha bola. I'm looking for my synopsis. Gimme again Unprepared slough just look. Look at how cute that is. That's a door. Look how skewed yes. That's adore bh all right. You know my greenhouse book club recommendation. The week is a upcoming manga. Called dan dan and it is by a pupil of fujimoto. The author chainsaw matt okay. Yeah the authors. I don are taught to yukie nobu and this maga dandan an is a story about cain taco aboard who was in a cult fan fanatic. Who doesn't believe ghost. And momo i ya say. A girl who doesn't believe in alliens accounted overwhelming strangeness that transcends their mutual understanding and a colt coming of age story. It's really interesting. It is a interesting take on the common yokthai action series by merely gis in searching the concept of aliens yoga yokthai also ghost also glitz. Why don't aliens also exist in the same world and these two characters are like from two different perspectives. Like i believe in aliens. And as i how he believe in aliens and he's like why you believe in ghosts them. Oh this about the pie bro. Am i just thought the pop. The pop Dan dan d. a. n. d. a. d. n. Litho listen oh you looking at it balano beyond it now. The podcast is almost two years old. Y'all and his law has called chainsaw. Man called debt. Listen below beyond it. I called sakamoto days. Today's which in fuck that i wanted to talk about. His chances are great. But i haven't read the chapter chapter. What i'm talking about is that it's getting an english translation. it's coming spring two thousand and twenty two so That's right around a river band. Okay i'm about to give his all the coins but this right here below despite the pop brown this is also serialized. Ain't sean plus the online only online and my hand gave out some get tired. It online only publication Where chainsaw matt volume manpower two is going to be publish. This is getting its licensed. Licensed english hick coming in august or september those volumes. So that me. i'm. I'm keep an eye on this. I'm keep an eye on. It began go on the website in. Cv relievers chaplin. She can abby year. King yeah dan dan yorke. She doesn't want. I like girls are shown as respectfully for sure beach. Or and that's what i mean by show. Yes now this looks like some. I this eyeball shit. Oh let the but is this. 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"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

"first shot" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Wednesday. There was no precedent for a president inciting citizens to storm the capital. And it's been more than one hundred fifty years dating back to the civil war since a large group of lawmakers gave comfort to an insurrection but all that changed after president. Donald trump invited his diehard fans to washington filled their heads with lies that he had been cheated out of the election. And that vice president. Mike pence could overturn the result unilaterally and pointed a mom of them in the direction of congress. What ensued was one of the ugliest days for democracy in living. Memory trump has spent weeks whipping up his supporters with false allegations of fraud in the november third election culminating in a coal to march to the building that represents us democracy trump who has refused to concede that he lost a democratic president. Elect joe biden had urged his supporters multiple times to come to washington for a rally on wednesday the day the us house of representatives and senate was scheduled to set the results of the electoral college. They turned out in the thousands to hear the president say they should march on the capitol building to express their anger at the voting process and to pressure their elected officials to reject the results. We're going to walk down to the capital and we're going to cheer on our brave senators and congressmen and women. Trump told the crowd standing behind safety. Glass the white house as a backdrop speaking what is likely to be his last rally. As the sitting. President trump exhorted his supporters to fight. We will never give up. We will never concede trum said about fifty minutes into the speech. Some of his supporters waving trump flags began heading toward capitol hill. Where unprecedented mayhem ensued. Protested slipped easily through barricades with police filmed allowing protesters through storms the building and entered lawmakers chambers. The certification process was stopped and vice president. Mike pence and members of congress were evacuated lawmakers and staff members. Were hiding under tables hunkered in lockdowns saying prayers and seeing the fruits of the country's divisions up close and violent guns withdrawn a woman. A fourteen year veteran of the us air force was shot and killed trump flag hung on the capital. The graceful rotunda reeked of tear-gas glass shattered the pro-trump mall took over the presiding officers chair in the senate. They mocked its leaders posing for photos in the office of nancy pelosi one with his feet propped on her desk. Another sitting in the same seat. Vice president mike pence that occupied only moments before during the proceedings to certify the electoral college vote on wednesday hallowed spaces of american democracy one after another yielded to the occupation of congress. This began as a day of reckoning for president. Donald trump's few tall attempt to cling to power as congress took up the certificates in process of joe biden's victory it devolved into scenes of fear and agony. That left a prime ritual. American democracy in tatters. If you don't fight like hell you're not going to have a country anymore. Trump said let the weak ones get out. This is a time for strength. He announced his lawyer rudy. Giuliani said to the crowd. Let's have trial by combat. Trump told his morning crowd that he would go with them to the capital. But he didn't instead. He sent them off with incendiary rhetoric and watch the coup in delight on television from the protection of the white house as night fell. A capital officials said the building had been cleared but outside some way from the grounds scores of protesters remained including members of militia and far right groups as criticism mounted that he'd incited a riot. Trump was urged to say more by a trump loyalist house. Republican leader kevin mccarthy and some of the advises who remain in the white house for he's dwindling days in office. Eventually trump posted a recorded video on twitter. I know you'll hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide. Election trump said repeating familiar falsehoods. But you have to go home now. He said shortly after posting the video received a twitter warning before the company locked. Trump's account altogether trump's failure to rein in his supporters stood in sharp contrast to his attitude last summer when he threatened arrests in the use of force to break up protests against racial inequality. When black lives matter protesters would tear teargassed and disappeared from the streets by unmarked police in rented vehicles.

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"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

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"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

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"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

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"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

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"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

"Beyond the first war. Bird the ruins of the mostly intact temples which evoked the beauty of naga architecture poems and other structures that facilitated worship flying these beautiful buildings while the places of bush bush dumbing they possessed a silent agony which radiated out of their weathered stone facades as low level. The ominous state of the place rattled tadic's mental state. He convinced his mind that any abandoned building would of course look ominous during nighttime he illuminated their ruined services with the light from his torch and rescued them from the shroud of darkness. He asked his mind to god. Itself against unwanted suggestions of spectrum machinations as he continued on people thought extorted calling out his son's name and reggie joined in they will join in this manner calling out the young man's name and costing light from their torches over overgrown ruins and into the shadowy innards. there was no response but occasionally they would halt in fear as their calls would be answered by creatures hidden in the hills that surrounded punctured walk through an open gate that led them to the second set of fortifications which housed would was once the business and residential precincts of the old township. The abandoned buildings in this section were were self compared to the ones in the temple. District roofs were missing and tiled walls had crumbled down into vertical piles of shattered rock slabs that resembled canes dedicated to some unknown evil date. A people would have once dwelled and conducted business in these streets. Tonic thought as he continued calling out his son's name in the darkness bowels of the lowe said trees seemed to host thing and ready to come alive at the slightest provocation occasionally. The light from the tortoise revealed. What looked like bruce satanic is that appeared from the murky innards of the ruined market complex dismissed. These visual aberrations as tricks played by light and shadows. It how'd you had grown increasingly fearful and jumped at the most innocent of sounds mostly made by can't lizards scampering away into the bushes did not blame you one or two occasions. He was told by the sound of stones being pelted balls or what sounded like distant whispers on close consideration. Thought it was willing to concede that these may have been the doings of nocturnal animals. That freely wander the ruins the ominous looking single-story of ely lead at them from the distance. It's oster windows. Formed dark melts and the dilapidated brickwork radiated an aura of sadness. Once it was a grand monuments several stories high time had reduced the stunning rooftop garden and the royal chambers into a pile of rubble. Only a few stories of the building well intact. That is the last place to look at it as you said thought ignored it. Thank you Keep calling people's name. Todd akin you at taking a few sips when they were startled by a shocking sight. They both spotted the phenomenon. At the same time aflame appeared at one of the arched windows of the valley and then disappeared dot heart started thumping in his chest. You so that didn't you thought august. Yes yes that had. You said in a wavering voice. Come on let's get up there. Dodik said he stormed ahead of dodgy who jogged behind him whispering a prayer. The pull the pull dodig chaptered. Sarah are you sure. You said panting. There was no bravado lifting the man. Just follow me and keep calling out to my son thought accent. They entered the open gates of the barbican and jogged up the sloping stone path that bound around a few times before linking up to the entrance to the darker of valey banks helms from the hill intensified as if the video act of their entering the building pained whatever source lamented on those green slopes. Are you ready. Dodik said to you live. Need you to guide me from here. Dodger got nodded. Swit- bathed his forehead. He was licking his lips. Like a man who had incited water for days in the desert together. The two men entered the availa. Bearing torches.

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"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

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"first shot" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"first shot" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"Which is why it's. Presented in the same nor style popularized by films, such as taxi driver in the untouchables the godfather so on so forth, though instead of gang violence and revenge. It mixes a detective story with MEC action. Episode Want Introduces Paradigm City's top negotiator Roger Smith who has been hired to negotiate the retrieval of our Dorothy wainwright's the kidnap daughter of the eccentric and mad. Scientists Miguel Soldano after getting Dorothy back Roger finds out that the Dorothy he retrieved isn't actually the real dorothy She's an android. So what happened to the real dorothy something? We don't find out until later, so I won't spoil that for you. Knowing he'd been deceived. Roger Use a device on his watch to recall the suitcase full of money from the kidnappers So what happens is the case shoots up out of the car, and a has rockets coming out of the back, and it flies back towards Rogers so the kidnappers actually start shooting at it as it's flying back, causing it to open in the air and spill all the money all over paradigm city. Upon returning home, Roger Finds out that he has a lady guest. thinking it's an attractive client. He tries to make a smooth impression only to find out that it's the same Dorothy wainwright. He rescued earlier so keep in mind. Roger is basically like Bruce Wayne. Except instead of putting on a Batman suit, he drives a giant robot called the big O, or it's known as a mega megadose, so dorothy offers him a job to protect her, which leads him to A. A warehouse were something big was built so in a room suspended near the top of the warehouse. Roger Finds Sell Donald Slowly dying. He's been a shot. Apparently, there's blood all over the glass. In his last breath, he says something to Roger about a nightingale, so as so donald takes his last breath Roger realizes they've fallen into a trap. The kidnappers led by a man named back, waiting to ambush them Roger Dorothy managed to defeat them using a diversionary tactic which. TURNS OUT TO BE. Dorothy and a missile fired out of Rogers car, but while they're brawling. Something much bigger is happening downtown so becks. Men were distracting Roger while he while Beckham. Went downtown to do something so it turns out that the Dorothy that Roger was hired to get back is a giant mega deuce. Basically a Mexico called Dorothy one, and it's being piloted by back. Not only is back destroying the sitter city, but he's using Dorothy one to steal printing plates from the city's Bureau building. As Dorothy, one overpowers military force Roger Calls on his own neck. A black and red.

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"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

"Those who coated APPS. Now I trenches those who once wrote flowery journalistic pieces now. Laundered clothes life coaches cleaned toilets. Yoga teachers ferried water between bore wells and small tanks. Medical professionals. Not Lucky enough to find what little work there was in. The camps now broke their backs extracting minerals from the earth beauticians laid rail lines and flight attendants sawed and carved treetrunks to make furniture out of them in the opening ears of the economic crisis. There was hope that the tide would turn in the near future but as the ease dragged on their spirits broke they gazed at this unbeaten dusty plains with glazed looks as waves of dirt. Cake therre faces. They tasted Dustin. They'll melts as they listen to the desperate howl of the wind like prairie demons heralding many more failed harvests every day was the same every season equally terrible. Red Sky Brown Earth bitter nights the Earth Spinning on its sick access completing it's pathetic revolutions in the cold darkness of space like thousands of Indian townships populated by economic refugees the large tent city of Tara Wall so an influx of desperate hungry and depressed families making for work in the silver mines that dotted the region. John Wall was nestled in a valley between two rounded short ills that resembled sea creatures permanently laid to rest in nameless inland tombs. They toil away for limited Russians and for the privilege of sharing attend with ten people at Night. They slept in crowded dwellings. Trying to the coupon rate from intense labor staged under a harsh Sun they dreamt of the air conditioned offices the cubicles with the potted indoor plants family photos and motivational posters. The thriving cities will people packed into subway trains. That smelled a fart and fatigue. They smiled and they're sleeps at the memories of their large flat screen. Tv's and the piles of bills on their coffee tables waiting to suck the life out of their credit cards. They fantasized about the cause. That debt traps the excessive amounts of food rotting away in the bottom compartments of their fridges. And they're expensive gym memberships. They dreamt the dreams of accessors because at the end of a long day those ephemeral mine trips but the only beautiful things that awaited them in their Richard Abodes then one day. The corporation rolled.

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"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

Indian Noir

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"first shot" Discussed on Indian Noir

"A crush followed by a crunching sound from the front of the vehicle. Dodgers slammed the brakes and sat in a deep state of shock for a minute before exiting the vehicle. He went around to the front of the calm and surveyed the damage the left hand side headlands but cracked and Bloody Patton had imprinted on the metal around it. He groped and slowly turned his attention to a roadside sign made from stone which was coated in blood. A man lay slammed underneath it. The dodgers breathing quickened crumpled bicycle also lay some distance from the man. Dodgy should clearly the man who was then thrown off his bike and had smashed his head into the road sign. No no no that you said. The contents of four packets of takeaway food was strewn all over the ground. The Curry and rice and stir fried vegetables now laced with warm blood. It how Jewish felt lightheaded and he leaned against the call for stability. His father started banging on the dashboard. Again this was followed by an alarming series of rattling coughs and choking sounds that Jewish couldn't waste a single precious moment. If he wanted to save his father he jumped back in the car and drove off. The family of three aided that night for their father a day libra to come home with their dinner. They would go hungry that night. The next day a neighbor would inform them of the death of their sole breadwinner. In a hit and run dodgy read the new on our website. Two days after cremating. His father he would dream about the bleeding body lying underneath the glue. More trees for a long time..

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"first shot" Discussed on Marketing Above All

Marketing Above All

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"first shot" Discussed on Marketing Above All

"I've seen amazing stories and I've also seen horror stories. When it comes to reviews and often varies by the platform? It varies by the time of year. There's like so many variables but you really only have one reputation one brand in if things start to spiral negatively I will give you an example or two on this call on on how a couple of negative reviews literally took someone out of business. So we've gotta do two completely different things now now there. I shouldn't say completely different. Because they're aligned but two different methods so the first pieces as a local business you have to know do anything and everything that is being said about you online now. Obviously offline is a little bit harder to track unless you're going around and standing ending at the water cooler at every place that some of my speaking about your business. I'm lines a little bit easier to track. So the first piece is we need to be tracking tracking all of that stuff. So I WANNA be tracking not only your business name but your name. I WANNA be tracking the names of your team members. I WANNA be tracking checking misspellings of your business name of your name so the first step is you literally could take out a sheet of paper and just start writing down all the different phrases names things like that. That would relate back to your business so if you're ABC moving company maybe be. You'RE GONNA write down ABC MOVING ABC CO ABC moving company Buffalo. If you're in but whatever city you're in ABCD he like you start to write out different variations because you wanna make sure that if somebody put something different that you're at least still aware of it and the reason for that is a it still could be about your company but they made a mistake or be more often than not I have seen seen Some of our clients and customers have negative reviews. And someone's at literally leaving it for the wrong business like hey I went went to this local credit union. And they're saying they had a terrible experience but the credit unions heavy similar name but they're two completely different different credit unions and it was a one star really scathing negative review but because we knew that there might that might happen. At some point we are able to the monitor that and execute on that particular piece so the step one is the monitoring piece so make a list of all the different phrases. Put that aside K.. So that's step one step two is you've got them not only be monitoring but you've got to be constantly Fishing for and encouraging reviews. Now you notice how I didn't say encouraging positive reviews and I'll tell you why when you're looking for reviews you have to be very very careful missile especially for Google that you don't have signs up offering prizes to reviews money in exchange for review. You WanNa make sure that your sign doesn't say leave leave US makes you leave us a five star review because it actually goes against their terms of service they want your customers to leave a real example of their experience working with your business. Now that's not to say you can't encourage them to leave reviews so if you have a physical location I want you to have a sign that says is Please leave us a review. We Really WanNa we. We love serving you and we want to serve more people like you. Whatever that wording is and you can have that a sign in your lobby if you've got waiting rooms or different rooms or areas and I don't want it to be just a literally a piece of paper you printed you slap a facebook logo? Oh go and I like you gotta put some thought into it. Put some creativity into it make it look nice make it more of a hard poster had framed something to to call the attention a a little bit. I hate things that that just looked cheap. I don't want to cheapen your brand. I wanted to look authentic. I mean I I. I love the businesses that I'm in or frequent that they have a sign like that. It's got a beautiful frame. It's got great typography. It just looks really really nice. And I've seen those in oil change shops but then I've seen chiropractor offices that the wall has Nineteen in different one sheets of paper with Lisa Review by this product. Check this out. Check that special. It looks cheap. Doesn't look that little thirty second ramped. It is now over so the whole leave us a review piece it. It's not a conflict of interest as long as you're just encouraging reviews but you can do other things to encourage reviews you can send out emails encouraging reviews. You can send out text messages. You can have your team calling. You can send a physical postcard postcard you want to have it on your website again in your location. If you have a physical location you WANNA be encouraging those reviews now Secret peace to the reviews is that I want you to varied the different places that you're telling people to leave the reviews so check at this out. There are a handful of websites where depending on the the niche of Your Business. People are going to leave. Reviews pure a local doctor a chiropractor There is an encounter grades dot Com or something. And then you've got your Google listing. You've you've got facebook. So let's you're looking at those three. If you're Google listing has ten positive reviews. Your health grade has maybe via two out of five with six reviews and facebook has twenty positive reviews. What I want to do is to focus? Focus on leave us a review health grades Dot Com and you could put the different steps in their step one creighton account step to do this three. Leave us an an honest review. We greatly appreciate your feedback. So I want you to very based on either a where you're performing the worst. Because one one star review at someone could Google the name of Your Business and see a one star rating on Yelp for example and that could literally end their entire search or anything further for your business one negative review. But I want you to counteract that by driving more positive reviews to yelp rather than I'm just driving all the love and attention to Google now after you start to get some stuff on health grade you may then pivot back to facebook or Google and you can continue to pivot of it as needed if all of your reviews are pretty positive can have even across the three platforms list out three platforms. Leave us a review on Google goal health grades or facebook. Or if you really want to be ambitious all three so make it easy for the prospect to do so. We have found that the best results for getting reviews are by sending a combination of an e mail in a text message so we actually built our own proprietary tool to generate reviews news and also to monitor mentioned earlier the monitoring piece comeback to there are several review management reputation management management and monitoring tools. Out there there They usually range from one hundred to three hundred dollars a month. Give or take but just imagine the power of a couple extra positive reviews that could literally really make or break a deal. Someone literally people are going. They're reading these reviews. Mean people like my wife. They read every single review and one or two or three negative reviews one. Yeah they probably had a bad experience. But if you've got ten reviews three tanner scathing one-star reviews. WHO's that's GonNa make you second guess that provider because then what happens is someone might say? Well maybe the other seven friends and family so you've got to always beyond the offensive. You've always got to be driving new reviews and this isn't just do it. Once a year. This is once a month every other month. You're kicking on a new batch of emails and you're driving them strategically to where you need the boost and that love hope you enjoyed this episode. Have a great Westerdale. See back here tomorrow. Good morning good afternoon and good bye. Thank you for listening into this episode of marketing. Above all get out there make change and take some action and hey don't forget deleted five star review until all your friends. This is the greatest marketing podcast ever ever. If ah we look forward to seeing you here tomorrow..

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