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Nestlé recalls 762,000 pounds of pepperoni Hot Pockets
"Hot pocket in the microwave? You might want to think about eating something else The FDA has posted recalls for a couple of food items due to foreign objects being found in the Lake Champlain Chocolates company says the number of their Candies, including five star bars have been found to have plastic pieces inside. And Nestle says about three quarters of a million pounds worth of their pizza snack. Hot pockets could have shards of glass in them. The company and the FDA websites list the specific lot numbers, but the packages have February 2022 expiration dates. There has been one reported injury. Evan Brown Fox News, arguing over covert
The Ultimate Guide to Downsizing in Toronto
"Good evening. Paul here real estate podcast. Show dot com. This is a very very special report. That i wanted to make sure was right out there for all of you to listen to because it has been by far the most requested information that i could provide over the last few weeks. So i've got a feeling there's a lot of you out there who need to know how to make the safest in smartest downsizing decisions in twenty twenty one. The people that i'm meeting over the last two weeks range. Everywhere from homes in the danforth area to the beach to forest hill to rosedale a lot of you in rosedale are listening to My show and i really wanna make sure you're paying attention so rosedale. People bridle path people. A lot of you are sitting on some incredible properties that you no longer need and you understand that with the most amount of three million dollar plus sales in the history of toronto last year. There's an audience for your types of properties that you bought for one or two million dollars so now You're looking to some of your looking to down size and not necessarily in quality. You just wanna have your mansion squeezed into a three bedroom Five-star condo which i happen to have for sale at this time. So i know a lot of you are being gravitated towards these type of places. And i am going to need so many more so those of you with luxury. Condos and luxury lofts Do not pass go. Do not do anything until you reach out to me at real estate. Podcast show dot com. Because i've got these downsizing buyers who are in this position where they are going to be coming out with a lot of cash because a lot of these people do not have mortgages and they're going to be in a position to buy property and if you've never had a if you've ever sold a property ever dealt with a cash buyer and i'm talking about a cash buyer in a very strong position It's a whole different ballgame so rather than let's say you're selling your one point two million dollar condo and you're crossing your fingers closing day and i and i say that way because you know that the person probably may qualify for a million and they've got to find two hundred thousand. It's far better. I've got a different technique. That i use so it's far better to have the person with the one point. Five to two million affordability looking at your one point. Two million dollar condo loft if your place looks good enough. It will appeal to the people on the upper scale of that qualification versus the people on the other side of the qualification is just part of how it works. It doesn't mean that there isn't properties for everybody in every price rich. But i really wanna make sure that you are selling smart Most importantly safely. And i've actually said this to many people than i kind of get this look from people when they say this is safety is greater than location right now. So safety in your move to me is more important than location because for me and if you disagree. that's fine. Were allowed to do that but for me. Health is always going to come before wealth without a healthy mind. Body spirit soul. You can't enjoy the wealth. Whatever it is that you have in anybody that's listening. I don't care whether you have one hundred dollars in the bank or a million dollars in the bank. If you're not living the best life you can and and giving back and helping other people out and not hurting other people not not talking anybody down. Not treating the gardner differently than you would your spouse like any of that kind of people. I instantly repel i. I don't get along with any of you. That are like that. But those of you who are treating others kindly taking care of others donating food banks helping out small businesses. You were on the same page. I already know so. Thank
The Nikko Jenkins Murders
"Thirty-three-year-old andrea krueger was an all american beauty. Who according to. Her mother didn't have a single enemy and was an incredibly generous and loving mother of three home video of her baby girls first birthday party. Her thick golden blond ponytail swings freely against her neck and cheek as she helps to blow out a candle while bending over her little girl's high chair. Andreas blue eyes sparkled with pure happiness as everyone joined in to sing happy birthday to her child. But then again andrea was often caught in the act of being happy in her positive attitude was contagious. One of her close friends described her. This way the drought was selfless independent. Strong and the heart of her family. She was loving and nurturing. She had an energetic personality that enabled others to be better people. She was ordinary feisty and could push peoples buttons then get them to laugh at the same time andrea enjoyed the company of friends and family country music traveling and relaxing at the beach with a good buck. The loves of her life were her husband and her kids spunky charismatic as her friends called her. This doting mom was also a hard worker. Having earned a business degree through the university of nebraska omaha g chosen to stay home during the day care for children a preteen boy a young daughter and her special needs baby who was born missing a hand because of the little girls disability expensive surgeries and therapies. Were necessary andres husband had a day job was forced to quit volunteering as much loved football coach in the community while andrea cared for the kids during the day and worked as a bartender in the evenings andrews best quality was making other people's day so every once in a while i can do that and that's what i try to do. I often think that things would be better at. We were kids. Have their mom choose the person in their life and all i can try to do is just be second place. I mean on tuesday evening august. Twentieth two thousand thirteen andrea was working. The shift at an omaha lounge called deja vu a bar and restaurant establishment. Earning four out of five stars. The spacious deja is described as a cool and comfortable adult beverage. Hang out it's it's an a plaza with a few other buildings along a straight away close to numerous housing developments in southwest omaha. The bar was only a short drive from andreas home where her husband was waiting for her after texting her that their daughter had a fever. The last time he heard from her was around midnight and he went to bed since. It really wasn't unusual for her to arrive between two or three in the morning. It was now four o'clock in the morning and he awoke in a panic after calling her cell phone repeatedly and getting no answer. He knew something was very wrong. He turned on the tv and was shocked to learn that a woman had just been murdered a few blocks away from his home. I woke up jaden and he watched the girls. And i'll go check it out and that was like six fifteen in the morning. And that's kind of when i knew i pulled over down the street here. I knew it wasn't a coincidence that they were pulling me over so right then i knew it was like a double shock getting pulled and at the same time. I just realized that that was definitely my wife. She was almost home. She was really almost home. Andrea was the last staff to leave the deja-vu bar around two am. She pulled into mcdonald's drive-thru for bite that was finally on her way home to her husband babies and her bed what happened. Next was inconceivably. Despicable six eight court street. On fixing s the intersection that her foresaw in older northbound on later on gone police arrived on the scene to discover andrea had been the victim of a potential carjacking. The perpetrator had blocked her chevy. Suv dragging her out of the car while she pleaded for her life and then delivered a powerful blow from a shotgun twice in the head as well as once in the neck and also the shoulder.
Thirty-two NFL Awards
"Every week on this podcast given out. Nfl awards app. The week is over. This could be a bit ambitious but thirty two teams thirty two awards. Let's go we're gonna call this one the best six and ten team of all time award but the washington football team stepped up so now he renamed it already way to change the word on the fly in the moment with breaking news the best seven and nine team of all time award the washington football team now can we say that definitively it may be too early to say last year tampa atlanta both went seventy nine. Those teams didn't even make the playoffs so the early lean is that washington could be the great one of all time. But we don't know yet. Speaking of that game. The clockwork orange award goes to the new york giants because they had to watch i at one point. This season banned myself from nfc east games. I said i wouldn't watch any until the teams are over five hundred. I watch step drop sixty two instead of being super locked into washington philadelphia. And i don't feel like i miss much. I know there's a lot of controversy would get that. Maybe a little bit later but imagine having your eyeballs taped open like clockwork orange and being a member of the giants having to watch that game. Nate sub-field now. Look we can sit here and be upset about it but you could have gone seven nine and got into the playoffs. So how sorry. Can you really feel for the giants the skeletons on the zahara award. Yes some of these awards. We referenced. his some won't get boy when you do get a weird one. You're gonna go man. I get that all right. That award goes to the. Las vegas raiders. Because at the beginning it looked promising. Nice little boat trip trade. Some spices await were crashing into rocks. Not a big deal here. Some locals gathering on the beach here to help nope now. We're marching to our own death in africa so it was very pro gruden. Hey maybe this gruden guy knows what he's doing and then you're like wait. Does this actually suck again. The drought continues. The raiders have not won a playoff game. Since two thousand to the notre dame award that goes to the green bay packers great record high green. Bay's really good. They're thirteen three though the one seat but nobody outside of their own fan base is rooting for this team. Not only because of the history of hatred. Although i imagine there's way more anti notre dame stuff out there than it is anti green bay but no one trusts you. Yes you're thirteen and three but that's three. Nfc conference championship game losses in the six seasons. A couple down years. They've turned this thing around. They are the one seed. But everybody's kind of overt already before. It's even started the parent's weekend award that goes to the new orleans saints. You guys know the deal parents weekend. There's a dad he wants to stay out with you guys. And he's older he's a little beat up and you're like i don't know like we're going to go out. We can't say no. We respect him too much. It doesn't look great. Doesn't make a ton of sense on paper there's some bad stats in there. But you have to let them do it. You have to let them try and the thing is is you and your buddies like there's no way does this is going to end well. The iceman award that goes to the dallas cowboys man and dangerous. What is with this jolt. A don't let us get hot. This is insanity when this was part of the story lines throughout the cowboys broadcast. Yes you on three in a row. Cincinnati san francisco and philadelphia yay. Then you lost the giants at home. You came in eleventh in the nfc but if you were to get in look out. This is now. It's our time you were eleventh in your own conference dangerous. You had sixteen games to prove that you're only dangerous to your fan. Base is or perhaps the understanding of what the word danger beans the g. league award san francisco forty niners. They had twenty eight players. At one point on i r or another injury cova list which was most in the league. They use the most. I are slots. They lost the most games to injury in the nfl. And even with losing record my coach. kyle shanahan. i can't believe how competitive they were. All season law the dabble award. That goes to kirk cousins in the vikings bike. He's gonna win. Nah no one really cares are one in five star people already over this team so their disappointing season was so disappointing so early that it was just all of a sudden just completely off the radar even though they turn some things around there a bit in the middle of the season with dalvin cook but watching cousins dance reminded me of daboh announcing his tiktok account hickory vickery dot mouse ran up the clock coast. Sweeney's got that drill and now he's on tiktok.
How to Deliver a 7-Star Experience for Clients
"So just to give people like a story so for me. Whenever i'm at the four seasons the thing i love about it is i can take out my phone and order shifts guacamole and all this stuff and it just shows up to the room. I don't need to interact with anybody. Wanna talk to anybody. The food just appears right and sometimes go above and beyond they'll give me like a fruit basket the put some wine and all that cool stuff right. That's going a little above and beyond mr sue. Can i help you with this. Just a little bit right. Like not calling me. Neil or not. Eric reid is mr sue and say that feels like so professional and everything looks really nice tidy. Let's talk about seven star experience. Because i got this concept from airbnb and you know seven star. We're talking about just to give you an example. Let's say neil stays at a hotel and neil. Who's like your favorite band or was your favorite brand Experienced story let's do that. Let's do that. I can't so. I used to live at the mandarin oriental and las vegas There for many many years. I need someone who also lived there find from vegas to los angeles in los angeles during international when they arrived in los angeles. They already have their connection flight. They forgot their passports. Passport was in vegas so they call the cons. Here's the concierge. Had one of the door. People go into their place get their pastor. They told them where it was literally hopped on a plane delivered to him in lax. Straight up games like even crazier okay. So seven star or even nine star would be like. Let's say your favourite dj in your room. Mike spinning or something like that. They roll out the red carpet. Your favorite foods waiting right there. Maybe it's imported from europe or something. They just fluid in right. That is seven star. But i think if you want to think about how this five seven nine star experience you have to outline what three stars five stars looks like and you have to think about okay. How do i go above and beyond to make it a seven. How do i have to go above and beyond for the next one right. And that's the key. Eric just mentioned you had to go above and beyond. I remember talking to a client one time and they hurt us to grow their s traffic. When we're doing a good job vessel. Traffic was growing not as fast as one. But it never as fast as i want and as we're growing at on the phone with founder. Hey i don't want overstep my boundaries. But you know my team can cover the seo stuff separately after this call and they will. And i'm like. I will not do something different on this call. That just really ran on like just hear me out. And let's just go along with it and tell me what happens after thirty days in there like okay so i ended up breaking out on the phone everything that was wrong with their website when it came to conversion rate optimization standpoint and have contract. I'm like look you're trying to get resolved to your start your shot for cash. Who cares what's in your contract. I'm just gonna tell you right now. High-protein going implement this six things that are going to boost your conversion Really want you to implement the minority. And i went down through that list. They did and then within a month and a half to two months because it took him a little bit longer to get it out their conversion rate went up a bit more than thirty percent at that point business much more profitable. There were happy as your trackable much more profitable and they're like thank you. You'd have to like what we owe you. Nothing unlike your businesses wasn't gonna grow as you want it because it was really messed up on. The conversion asks a wanted to fix that i and they were happy and to me that's going above and beyond where i didn't have to. Yeah and those of you that might be wondering okay
How important are podcast reviews?
"Today's question comes from dr varsha. Hello i am dr shop and money and i run a pot coast cold women and shakespeare which has been launched really recently. The question i have is how important are reviews for the podcast. People are downloading my podcast. They're listening. But i'm having real difficulty in getting people to review the podcast. Should i do that. And also how important are reviews generally. Thanks for your question. Dr varsha podcast reviews. Were on the primary ways that you can hear from your listeners and learn just what they like about your show. They also serve as social proof for new listeners. Who might be interested in finding out. Just how good your podcast really is. So today's episode or discuss why podcast reviews important and how to encourage your listeners. Sleep a glowing five star review. Let's talk about why podcast reviews are important reviews. Help communicate the potential listeners. What they can expect from your show on feedback from existing or previous listeners. Think of it like amazon reviews but instead of leaving feedback on products people are leaving feedback on your show. There are written testimony based on the experience of previous listeners. Podcast reviews can also serve as a great opportunity for you to collect feedback to understand what's working and what's maybe not working for your show. They're also a great source of motivation and personal validation. Because let's be real. Who doesn't like to be told her doing a great job. As a quick note we get asked a lot. Do i need a lot of us to be on. Apple's new and noteworthy to the best knowledge. It is not a criteria to be considered for that list. So that's one less thing for you to worry about. Here are three ways to encourage your listeners to leave a podcast review tip number one mentioned in the intro but the no early on why podcast reviews are important and how they help your show grow and don't be afraid to mention it in the out show. It makes her a great call to action as a sign off tip number to consider holding a small contests or offer a small price like a shout out by name in an episode or alive. Read of the review for anyone that leaves them tip number three. Make it really easy for someone to leave her view by having a direct link to your apple. Podcast page or pod chaser page and your show notes or share a direct link via social media so to wrap up. Podcast reviews are helpful. But they're not the end all beal so don't go stress and over. How many five star reviews you have or the negative stuff at the end of the day. You do podcasting because you love to do it. Thanks for sending us your question. Dr varsha
It’s the same old story for North Carolina basketball in loss to the Wolfpack
"On sunday. We spent several minutes discussing a disappointing blueblood with the hall of fame coach kentucky led by john calipari today. We'll spend another few minutes on another disappointing blueblood with another hall of fame coach this time it's north carolina and roy williams the tar heels fell at nc state on tuesday. Seventy nine seventy six so now. Five and three. The other losses are texas in iowa best win over stanford ladder you and i both had north carolina projected as the third best team in the acc in the preseason. Are we still confident. Unc is a top three in the acc. No did i really have them third. I looked double checks man. it's not ideal right now. we both had it. We both had it. Virginia duke north carolina in that order. Well i didn't have carrots. So here's where. I differed in the preseason with some of the projections yours and and others. I did not have carolina ranked in the top twenty five portion of my one two three fifty seven. I i put carolina twenty eight. And i remember before like settling on an ultimate order like my first initial like. Let me throw everything at the wall. I think i'd carolina like thirty six or thirty seven and the reason was they were so poor last year. I mean historically bad. It was one of the five or six worst seasons in school history. Statistically that i was just. I wasn't totally sold on them. Going from fourteen and nineteen a season ago to being if your top. Three team in the acc You know that's probably a four seat at worst. And i wasn't all in on him there. I thought okay. Maybe they can get along the lines of a five or six seed and that was really what wound me wind up with me. Booting them up a little bit. But at this point you know. I watched the majority of that. Nc state game. I would argue. It wasn't even a three point game. Nc state truly beat them by six or seven points now five and three losses the losses all respectable so. It's an interesting situation with unc. Here lost texas in a really really good game championship. Which was obviously nashville. Then they lose at iowa but it wasn't that competitive ninety three eighty. Now they take the road loss against nc state. The win against kentucky and cbs sports classic has almost no value. The win over stanford is solid but otherwise charleston. Unlv north carolina central their next game at georgia tech a week from one. We're talking here. On december thirtieth so i think there is still the chance and with all due respect as always to leaky black here. And he's actually. I think he's. He's been good in spots but they're not as good as they should be. I still really love. The frontline is still think. This could be one of the courts in america but it should be noted fourteen thousand nine hundred last season. Now it's five three. And i'm not gonna guarantee you that this team is heading to the instability tournament and in the preseason. Unc got by on its jersey name. I don't know i. I was always a little hesitant there and some of that has come to the surface. This is clearly clearly not a top twenty five team right now. In north carolina as you mentioned the go fourteen and nineteen last season and the reason that i had them in the preseason top twenty five and one thought that they would have a really nice bounceback season because they in elite recruiting class featuring three five star freshman. The way they're supposed to go from fourteen and nineteen to really good is that three five-star freshmen are great. And they're all fine. I guess but none of them are playing like freshman of the year candidates like against nc state day. Ron sharpe had six points. Fourteen minutes walker kessler had three points and twelve minutes. Caleb love had eleven point four assists two turnovers in twenty eight minutes. Like if you're five star freshman aren't gonna perform like five star freshman consistently well. Then you're not going to go from from bad to to really good. You can go from bad to good from bad to respectable from bad to an ncaa tournament team. But you're not going to be elite unless you five star freshman perform at an elite level. They are not doing that right now.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Sign Spotify Deal for Exclusive Podcasts
"Getting into the podcasting business. They've signed a multi million dollar deal with Spotify to host and produce their own podcast. Oh, good. Anybody can podcast. That's me. We have a podcast. That's proof. Positive s. Oh, they've set up our 12 audio and sign an exclusive multiyear deal. They're going to produce programming that quote, uplifts and entertains audiences around the world. And later this month, they're going to release the holiday special that will feature stories of hope and compassion from inspirational guests in celebration of a new year. Okay, so that's happening. And those are words and I will reserve judgment when I hear more content. Thank you. Wonderful. The audience of our podcast go deep in the shower. I will reserve judgment. No, just match that lifelike five stars on.
How Great Sales Ethics Lead to Greater Profits Selling Ethically Joel Malkoff - burst 10
"They were educating them nowadays. It doesn't exist. You know the premise of mistrust. The salespeople as reached a point and now with the internet if you wanna buy something you have no desire to speak to salesperson. You look at the website you look at rankings. You decide yourself what product you want to buy. And it's only if the product is presented only. Do you have to speak to the salesperson to get a price quote or a better understanding of what's going on but in general really marketing advertising it percents products. Now it's no longer. The salesperson selling so that paradigm is shifting it becomes even more important to salesperson becomes a problem solver and to consult you i you know we. We've talked about bayton. Switch it used to be a bigger deal remember you know. It was a bigger deal years ago when they would advertise price for something and they would say oh. Gosh i'm allow right and then they would sell you something else right. But there's a new form of bait and switch. Now that i noticed like people will say i. You know they'll say. I have sold this company this company and this company this company all these things you know and i can get you the same thing as them and then when you actually talk to them right. What they're doing is they're selling you something completely different than what they're telling you that they're doing. I just had somebody who said i can get you. I can get you these high dollar coaching clients right and they started listening for me All these high these coaching clients that they quote unquote said that they got other coaches right so went to go question them further because i knew it was not real right and i said well let me put me in touch with them. Well all of a sudden they can't put me in touch with them right. Yes right. I said well let me talk to them and find out how they're you know how I can't do that with two bolts. Because you know that's the new bait and switch now is that we're seeing emails. We're seeing direct messages. That are telling people this is all wonderful things that we do but then we get there. It's not some wonderful. Yeah i mean. I had just yesterday. I went to join the seminar a summit meeting a lot. Good business leakers All over the emails free free free freight right you know. And then i go to sign up. And i can't click on free while they're trying to sell me a fifty dollar entrance fee right. So then i get access to these ten thousand dollars worth of papers and articles and it just kept scrolling pages and pages and pages and all it was forty seven dollars only forty seven dollars writing. What is that knowledge. And it was no place to click on free. So i actually had to bounce off it basically the same thing. It's it's amazing switch. They lured me in with the word free. But yet i couldn't click on it just didn't exist sent. You're right that that's completely all over the place to me just yesterday. My son got an email where somebody wanted. Small business wanted to get him a amazon thirty dollars gift certificate right if he did a five star ranking rating on their product. So he said that is an ethical. I said no. I said it could be ago if they said know his thirty dollars. Gift certificate rank in any way you wanna rank it right then. At least they were something to speak about. It could be a little bit of gray but it wasn't completely unethical It's all over. It's it's it's literally is happening everywhere. It's lowering its fade switch. It's it's the way it wasn't biblical times. It hasn't changed just vehicles different. So this is where. I'm paid thirty seven. You say something that. I think is absolutely brilliant. You say it's no longer. Let the buyer be where but let the seller beware. It is the seller's responsibility to be honest and transparent elaborate more on that. Yeah we kind of grew up with caviar into a latin term was. Let the buyer. Beware and you felt like you had to go. You had to know what was going on. It's not some salesperson. Was going to hurt you. So the selling ethically is builds. The ethical premise of the salesperson is the samsung versus responsibility to inform the buyer Through full disclosure through being honest through not slandering the competitor when the seller be wears than the buyer has the level trust and that said the improve the buy sell relationship. So that is the premise. The is about the book is about improving a cell's ability to be ethical s. Not saying a buyer has no responsibility. Nowadays people go into buy through amazon because so inexpensive but you might feel very comfortable going into a camera store and taking a salesperson. It's time to learn all the technical aspects with no intention of buying from that story. When i do that. I'm very upfront. Where i'm going into that store and i'm telling salesperson cameras store you know. I need to be relatively close to the price. I can buy it online. If your price can be relatively close and we'll pay you for your added provided service but mcintyre you thirty to forty percent more right so i'll bring it right up front so the The buyer also has to have concerned about the seller's time.
FTC sues to break up Facebook, sell off assets like Instagram and WhatsApp
"Let's talk a little more about this. Big lawsuits got all right. The us federal trade commission filed a lawsuit on wednesday allegedly that facebook illegally maintains quote. It's personal social networking monopoly though Excuse me through a years long course of competitive conduct. That's a direct quote. Evidence was gathered in cooperation with the attorneys general of forty six states. The district of columbia and guam specifically called out as anticompetitive practices or as those practices are the acquisition of instagram and whatsapp an api restrictions on software developers Ftc is asking the court to order facebook to sell off. What's app and instagram. Cheese prohibit anti-competitive conditions envelope burs and require notice and prior approval of future mergers and acquisitions similar lawsuit was filed by new york attorney. General lati- let Excuse me latifah james. I believe i said joined by the same states and territories. That is a hardcore lawsuit. Tom merritt gigantic. Yes it is i. Let's just say up front. The chances of them actually getting a court even if this went all the way to the supreme court to agree to make facebook divest itself of instagram. And what's up very low not impossible but it's low so you know. Don't don't get too excited if you if you want instagram and whatsapp to be spun out. It's doubtful that will happen What they'll probably is some kind of reparations. Kind of fine. Maybe a change in business practices. I imagine they could have a good chance of getting facebook to have to agree to the notice and approval of future mergers and acquisitions. That part does seem likely but it will be interesting to follow this case and see where it goes because it was. It's a long shot to get this and so a lot of people weren't sure if the ftc would even bring this kind of charge that they might go after a smaller remedy but they're basically accusing facebook of buying instagram to neutralize a direct threat in instagram and make it more difficult for other social networks to compete. Kind of the same thing with what's up. They they wanted to neutralize. Whatsapp is a threat to facebook and make it harder for other messaging apps to get in there that was gonna be real hard to to prove though because we have a lot of competitive messaging apps out there so it doesn't seem like they've really suppressed the the market for that and then the the i think where i think you have the most fertile ground to get a court to agree which is the restrictions they put on third party developers on on what they can and can't do not only on facebook but if they use the api for example. The ftc uses this in their press. Release in two thousand thirteen twitter launched vine which let users shooting share short video segments and in response facebook shutdown the api that would have allowed vine to access friends through facebook. That is an anticompetitive practice whether they're abusing their monopoly to do it or not. We'll be the question. The court will decide the big story and the kind of happen mid day today. We were all sort of scrambling around like okay. This this is actually a big story. You know a lot of people are like this is a really big deal because look the. Us is going to dismantle facebook. Instagram and whatsapp arguably being. You know the you know the the prized possessions facebook. Besides its own news feed itself and like you said tom. It's highly unlikely that that's going to happen. Is going to be tied up in court for another few years probably But does it set a standard for how facebook and any company that would dare to get his anywhere as big as facebook in the future to not be able to gobble up. you know. i don't know. What did they pay one billion for instagram back in the day when thirteen people working at instagram. Kind of thing because instagram was big and facebook has a history of replicating kinda cool trendy stuff that that works. I mean look at real on instagram right. Now it's tiktok competitors you know it's all it's all kind of the same thing just to see what sticks and has had a oftentimes not a lot of success. Buying the company works for facebook a lot better than trying to replicate some sort of cool feature that then people have to learn to use now. You could argue. That is why the big weather big targets on this because what's app and instagram are notably gigantic runaway successes than. They were already heading that way when they were acquired. And you could also argue that. Got him at a bargain basement price. But maybe that's why they're being targeted decide with facebook. And i'm not really doing that. But for devil. Devil's advocate reasons. I would say yeah. This is a huge target. They have billions of users on their main service and then these secondary products are huge for them and they would be standalone gigantic companies on their own. That we would talk about individually if there weren't already owned by them so it makes sense that they're the target but the idea of buying up your competition to limit their impact on your business and grow it out. Separately isn't new and they're not the only ones doing this but maybe they're doing it. The most successfully and the question isn't just as a monopoly. It's not enough to save face because of anomaly you have to say it is a monopoly and it abused its position as a monopoly to reduce competition. Sometimes of an -opoly is perfectly legal. It's not illegal in the united states and most countries to be a monopoly. It's usually illegal to cause harm because you are a monopoly. And that's where. I think they're gonna have a problem showing harm yes. There isn't another few. No flicker is not doing well. And when they bought instagram that sort of dominated the image market. But to your point. Sarah the reason they keep adding stories and then reels is instagram is trying to fend off competition from snapchat and tick tick tock so there is competition. There is competition pushing instagram to change. And i think facebook can demonstrate that. Yeah maybe maybe zuckerberg said something unwise in an email once but there is competition out there. Same what's up there's telegram and signal and we chat and and how many other messaging services out there so i think it's hard to show that they are reducing competition in the marketplaces for those two. That's why i'm less bullish on the idea of them winning over a court to make them get rid of them on the other hand the developers stuff like they essentially killed vine. And i think they're they might have a better chance of getting facebook on that one do you do you think the Slack is worth twenty. Seven instagram's just to put it in numbers slack. Yes this lack. Twenty seven billion dollars as opposed to a billion. That's what i'm saying. Everything's billions and billions of dollars now. Yeah five star wars. Anyway i would love for there to be some sort of okay. Let's say we go forward and maybe facebook is find which is likely And is it sort of said going forward. He can't just gobble up companies that That you deem as a future competitor mall and then make it your own and then you reap the reward. So what what do we get to is if you have this x. amount of users you can't buy a company that has x. amount of users that is on the up and up or it has to be for not too much of a certain price so that the company doesn't willingly to you there so many factors in play i i i do wonder how this goes. There are laws. These laws will be tested in court. Now which is you can't buy a thing when the only reason you're buying it is to put the competitor out of business. It you there has to be a valid business reason for buying it and i think facebook can show that i you know. I look back at the microsoft case where they wanted to break up microsoft. They never broke up microsoft. They just put in some remedies. And i think yeah. That's courts are very reluctant to break up a company. You have to really show that it caused harm. And i just don't see it there
As COVID-Safe Becomes Table Stakes In Hotels, Real Wellness Can Be Your USP
"A property. Covid safe is something that just about. Every hotel is focused on right now and rightly soy and a big part of that of course focuses on the cleanliness and the hygiene speaks which is great. Because it's something we should have probably been lot more focused on in the past anyway. But as i mentioned that's table stakes. That gets you into the game. It's not enough for you to be able to stand out. You need to take it a step further. And that's where. I genuinely believe in spoken about this a few times but i generally believe that real authentic wellness in a hotel is something that he's going to allow those hotels that have it to differentiate themselves it is potentially going to become a major us p. for these hotels now over the last probably five years or so there's been a number of hotels that have dabbled in this idea number of hotels that have created different wellness concepts most of them. Frankly haven't really been that great that i've seen the haven't really addressed. I guess the broader picture of wellness. They eat the bean sort of product late. And they've been a little bit gimmicky or they've been program lead and they've been fairly superficial now spoiler alert and a little bit of full disquiet not full disclosure. Actually pasha disclosure. Because i can't tell you all about it yet. Because i haven't actually launched but i have heard about a new concept that is coming online very very soon hopefully in the next few weeks or so i think they're gonna launch which i think as done a great job of marrying those two concept's partially product partially program and on a lot more comprehensive and holistic level than i think has been done before so that's a big saudi news. I'll let you know about that in a couple of weeks once these guys launch. But i do believe that there is an opportunity for hotels that do it right that do it authentically and genuinely that really capture the essence of wellness in a hotel room. And it's all the elements the air. It's the water. It's the materials it's the sound it's the light. It's the the heat all of those things in a room that make up a living spice plus the water of course in the bathroom. All of those things become become part of your wellness experience. If it's done right. And i actually think two thousand and twenty one and twenty two especially a probably going to be a bit of a boom time for these hotel. Wellness concept's if they don reid. I also think the consumer consumers now smart enough to know the ones that are doing it right and not so. I think those that have tried the gimmicky stuff in the past will probably be found out those that are genuine and authentic and comprehensive and holistic in what they put in place. I think you'll find that is going to be a massive. Us p. for pretty much every hotel not just the high end hotels but all hotels resorts city all hotel levels and brands probably more so in the higher end brand i guess the higher end bracket i mean sort of the full five star hotels but i do think it's a big opportunity. What are you reckon. A let me know in the comments below. Be really interested to hear your thoughts on what you've seen in the past way you think it's going and if you think like i do a real wellness concept inside a hotel not just in the spa but the whole hotel is actually a good idea and actually going to become a us pay. Let me
The Virtual Reptilian Cult
"On july fifteenth. Two thousand seventeen. The son had just begun to rise over the quiet town of cool ball township pennsylvania when a gunshot rang through the air. Operator's answered a disturbing call just moments later and heard the panicked voice of forty two year old barbara rogers she cried. My boyfriend had a gun. He told me to press the trigger. Oh my god he's dead. Police rushed to the scene there on the floor of the tan double wide trailer late thirty two year old. Stephen minot a forty five caliber gunshot wound in his forehead. Barbara rogers stood beside his lifeless body. The firearm nearby barbara immediately claimed that she was innocent stating that her and many. Oh were deeply in love barbara. Even used stevens last name though they were not legally married. Despite her protestations barbara was arrested and police began their investigation. But perhaps barbara's protests weren't as far fetched as police had assumed a cursory internet search revealed. That barbour stephen were active members of an online cult. Run by a woman named sharee schreiner. The detectives searched for answers would lead investigators down a dark path filled with coded messages alien lizards and vampires. Hi i'm greg paulson. And i'm vanessa. Richardson and this is cults. Park has original every tuesday. We look at occult practices their leader and their followers. You can find all episodes of cults and all other podcast originals. Free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream. Cults for free on spotify just opened the app and type cults in the search bar at cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You will allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram. At podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help. This is our first and only episode on sherry schreiner. The woman behind a virtual reptilian kalt will explore her troubled childhood as well as how schreiner used the internet to cultivate her following sherry. J. schreiner was born on december eleventh. Nineteen sixty five in cleveland. Ohio into a devout god fearing christian family. She attended private christian schools and went to church every sunday. Surrounded by discussions of jesus and religion. Schreiner never remembered a time when she wasn't thinking about discussing reading the bible while sherry was a very private person of the information that's known about our comes from her self published books in one titled bible codes revealed the coming. Ufo invasion sherry claimed that she was proclaiming. God's name by the age of two and she was reborn by the age of five however also at that time she developed horrific haunting night terrors which she described in vivid detail sherry wrote. A figure would stand at the foot of my bed and stare at me as i lay trying to sleep. Fear and sheer terror with grip every muscle and bone. I had it was at least seven feet tall dark and evil. I would shrivel under my blankets and pray for it to go away. I did not know what it was other than feeling it was some evil being straight from hell and i certainly did not know what it wanted. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. thanks greg. The national sleep foundation explained that night terrors can have several causes including extreme tiredness lack of sleep or stress. It is quite possible that stress of her family's devout contributed to share his night terrors. As a child though. We don't know the specifics of the situation. Perhaps sheri's family put pressure on her to adhere to a specific code of conduct prescribed by their faith sheri's terrors continued to haunt her well into her adolescence as the years passed. She had a revelation. These visions were not some anonymous shadowy figures but evil demons sent by lucifer to kill her. She proclaimed herself lucifer's arch enemy. Though she hid this title from those around her by the age of twelve sherry had read the bible from front to back and was particularly interested. In the book of revelation the final book of the christian bible known for its strange imagery and apocalyptic predictions schreiner was fascinated by the concepts of the end of days and the arrival of the anti christ but despite shriners deep immersion in biblical studies. She hated her religion. She disagreed with much of christianity and brandon herself a nonconformist becoming the black sheep of her family but sherry shifted her biblical prophecy studies to the side while she focused on higher education she dreamed of pursuing a career in television news broadcasting
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Posts Benchmark Result in Passmark
"Top story and be Verizon 5 5600 ex-post Benchmark results in PassMark, 10% above all in Sol processors the new processor had impressive performance in the past or single thread Benchmark. It was forty-seven percent faster than its predecessor has be all Intel chips. The processor has a base clock of 3.5 gigahertz and boosts up to 4.6 gigahertz and retails for $299. The score was 3945 points the previous processors the ryzen 5 2600x off scored twenty-six hundred seventy-seven points and the rise in five thirty six hundred XT score 2832 points. We've yet to see benchmarks from the new Rising seven fifty-eight hundred ex or Thursday nine fifty nine hundred XT or two fifty nine fifty ex, but they will of course have significantly better scores than what the 5600 access May is so far. We've got good news on the GPU front to which will discuss dead. In the gaming news. Yeah, this processor Benchmark. It's really exciting stuff because AMD they had the plague catch up with Intel for some time past few years with the rise and launchers have been really good. Okay before Rising came out AMD was kind of lagging behind for years on the CPU front. Unfortunately and the past few years have come out was rising and they've come out with some amazing stuff. They were still a little behind until as far as performance goes, but they were definitely catching up and now it looks like at least it's single thread performance here on the new CPUs are coming out. Yeah, they're exceeding until they're even exceeded their own stuff. But beyond what I would have thought you know, now what are these stores based off of exactly their benchmark scores? This is the single threaded Performance Off. It's kind of hard to explain to someone who might not be quite as tech-savvy. Okay, but it's just a way that process is certain renderings or whatnot. Like what's the scale? Like, what's the highest she that I don't think there is a highest you just get more and more and more points God's it. Yeah, that's like it's like the Dave Meltzer scoring system. I guess except has a supposed to be five stars and several wrestlers have broken the Yankees, but I like I think you've reviewed like in a store match couple years ago something like that. All right. Well, let's start a wrestling podcast some time and as much as we're talking about wrestling cuz this is a ticket. I don't know if you're free time, right? That's all right, ma'am. But yeah, so I'm really excited about these rides and see if he is a competition is definitely a good thing and it's great to see AMD really competing with Intel on Thursday. They're competing with Nvidia 2 and we're going to get into that in the gaming news. That's really excited stuff too. Now. Do you think these new processes will give them an advantage as far as like encryption is concerned with encryption. I really don't know but I know we do have a a little vulnerability with the Intel CPUs. I want you tell us about that sure researchers extract a secret key used to encrypt until CPU code a secret key that encrypts updates to a number of Intel CPUs has been extracted bowing third parties to decrypt the microcode updates until provides to fix security vulnerabilities and other bugs. It's possible to update Intel chips with off the microcode using the secret key. There's no way to effectively eliminate the vulnerability but until has said the issue is not serious for customers wage. As an attacker would require physical access to the machine
How To Take The Guesswork Out Of Growth
"Over the years, the accelerate, your business growth podcast has gained recognition as a great resource for small business owners, sales, professionals, entrepreneurs, and business leaders of all kinds, and that's because of the guests. These are folks with expertise in a particular area of business. And they join me to share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different today. My guest is Bill Flynn. Bill has more than thirty years of experience working for an advising hundreds of companies, including startups where he has a long track record of success. After working for ten different tech startups in different market segments like speech, recognition, e Commerce, and affiliate marketing where he was a VP of sales eight times twice a CMO and once a GM of the division of one hundred million dollar IT services company he pivoted to become a business growth coach. Bill is a multi certified growth coach. He has a certification with distinction from foundations of neuro leadership. He's a certified predictive index partner. An author and international. Speaker. Those best selling book further faster. The vital few steps that take the guesswork out of growth continues to garner a five star rating. Thanks so much for joining me today bell. To me on Diana I'm looking forward to chatting with my fellow salesman. This is gonNA. Be a great conversation because we're we're both passionate about this subject i. Am really curious. You know we live in strange times. Some people could say that small businesses are perpetually in strange times but I'm curious about what what you think are like reasons why? Few companies survive fewer even than that flourish and most of them fail. Yeah Great Question. There are a few reasons. Why I think it happens I think the problem stems I from. The fact that we really never taught how to be leaders of teams. We've been taught. How To be good engineers or good finance people or maybe a good mathematician. Whatever it might be something marketing or or Business Administration. But never sort of leadership or leading teams, which is really I think what a great leader does. We do a lot of things that are that are wrong or. Mostly. Wrong Because, we've never been taught anything differently since most businesses fail over time. there's some stats out there. I was just looking at them in preparation for this yesterday and. I looked over I, think from the Bureau of Labor Statistics over a twenty five year period. You go from about a fifty percent chance of lasting five years to about a sixteen percent chance of lasting twenty five.
Best Of Reputation, Reviews, Recommendations & Referrals with Mark S.A. Smith
"Welcome Mark sa Smith back for the third time and I do believe that essay stands for super awesome. Is that correct or something? The adapter smart-ass depending on how you doing. Actually it actually stands for Steven antin with a name like Smith, you know, you need to have extra names and for me, it's my brand. Right, right. You're Brian Bacon off of the three big I Delight to be with you and I love our conversations and I'm honored to be a three-peat with you. And let's Dive Right In cuz we've got some hot stuff off and only yeah, we do. So as I was telling you in the precursor and earlier this week, I did a podcast and blog on managing your reputation. And today I gave a presentation about managing your reputation. So what I wanted to talk to you about because I mean you work in the the corporate world. I mean you're in the big you're in the big pond and you know, damn fortune five hundred companies. Yeah. Yeah. So you're playing with some big fish and we talked about I mean the two things that we did before was managing disruption. And then how do you catch a whale so yep Working with these whales the question that you know, we're going to get into today is about getting reviews in managing your reputation. So let's let's start off by talking about wage. You know, how do you get people to give good reviews? What's your what's your process or what your thoughts on that? I love this. Well, I want to frame this up just a little bit. You know, I'm a small business doing business with big business and that has benefits and has distractions and attractions, you know, the benefit is that the checks tend to be large the distractions is that as you pointed out constipation compensation constipation. They tend to be slow payers. So you just have to manage all that and that said today we are all driven by reviews. So consider this listener a.m. The last time you bought something from Amazon that you had never bought before without checking out the reviews. How about you Brian? I'm just joined Amazon Prime this year and I can honestly say yo, Coolest thing ever you get something delivered on a Sunday. But hey always check the reviews. I mean, that's every time it's price and reviews. Those are the two most important things to me and you know, we look for a couple thoughts and reviews number one is we look for you know, how many five-star reviews and we look for people that are having genuine problems. And for me. I also look for the negative reviews because I want to find out what kind of problems people have so I can say no that's not a true problem or I don't expect that problem or or to say, you know that I appreciate that Insight. I think I'm going to choose something else. I'm sure it's the same for you know, absolutely. Yeah. I mean that's you know, I'll definitely look at the negative reviews and if it's if it's something, you know, if there's enough of the same thing that's usually because there's always a troll or somebody out there that's going to be something negative cuz they just were not happy that day, you know competitors do it all the time competitors frequently troll products and so in the world of Amazon you look for a job. Flight purchased it they really buy it if they didn't really bite. Forget it. I'm going to ignore that. So the point that is that we do we're we become we become a review page driven society and the second example of that is Yelp know when do we go to restaurants without reviewing them on Yelp or without having somebody say, oh, you gotta go try it out right now with have to have reviews and it's built into our DNA now. So with that it means that we have to collect reviews we have to ask for reviews. We have to post reviews we have to manage reviews and the best way to do that is to actively ask for them. So, how do you go about it getting reviews Brian see now? This is a place where I disagree with you because when you ask for a review page, you ask for a testimonial what most people say they say, yeah sure. No problem. I'll get through and then it just sits and sits and sits and then you remind him a second time you think about it a week or two later and say hey, can I get a name? Review. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Sorry I forgot about it. And then you ask him a third time and then they started getting annoyed cuz you're bugging them. So the way that I do it and the way that I found the most success and this is actually based on a book that I read called The Hundred zero principle and it's buy one of my mentors is name is Al Ritter and you can actually get it on Amazon. It's written by it's a by company called Simple truths and his principal is not give a hundred percent of yourself a hundred percent of the time expect nothing in return and Watch What Happens the way that I get reviews so ask for I give them a lot of used to people that I work with. I'll go on LinkedIn and I'll write them a review. What is LinkedIn do that? LinkedIn actually says, hey you got a review from Brian Basilico. Do you want to return the favor of nine times out of ten? We are competitive we as we get a review we're going to say, well, he wrote a really nice review. I'm going to do a better one and I'm going to put more thought process into it and I'm going to do it now because Want to return the favor at this moment and I would owe you right about 70% of the time. You not only get the review a lot faster or the testimonial lot faster. But what you end up getting a much more glowing heartfelt thought-out review beautiful. I love the idea of give a review to get a review another strategy that I suggest is to ask for a review when somebody compliments, you know these days when people say thanks a lot of really appreciate what you did for me. Most people say no problem don't ever say that you're wasting an opportunity. No problem. Lies that what you did has no value and the world was sales as in politics is run on a favor bank. So if somebody says thank you put a favor in your favor Bank. You're welcome. I wage you do the same for me. Would you do me a favor and which case they're going to say sure. Would you mind just typing that up that those same things and I know you also record it when people are dead. Online and so you just asked me if you can transcribe it. That's a brilliant strategy. Yeah,
Pete Hines (SVP Global Marketing & Communications, Bethesda Softworks) Discusses Bethesda's Purchase by Microsoft
"To say we have. Worked closely. With Microsoft, for pretty much my entire time at them, the FESDAY, it's a company we know well They were the ones who really gave us the incentive to change from just being a PC only developer which we were when I started back in ninety nine we we developed and made games only on the PC and decided to make the leap for a game called the eldest group elder scrolls, three more wind for the original xbox and honestly in in part because at their urging, hey, this this console could could handle could do the kind of games that you all make an RPG like yours. Could do pretty well on our system and that was sort of the early days of what has become no a two decade relationship between ourselves and a lot of folks over there who we very much like and respect to chief amongst them obviously being Phil, Spencer and. In terms of his vision how how he sees the the future of Microsoft how we fit in that future? and how this this acquisition can lead to. A future for for both of us, that is sort of win win win. In that we get support and resources that allow us to make even bigger and better games with their help. You know if I've I've worked with I've worked as a publisher who is a third party publisher and developers who have all had to be third party developers for very long time. The opportunity of join somebody and essentially be treated as a first party. Developer publisher is pretty darn appealing in terms of. Access to resources or the conversations you get to have not just in like what are you need to make the? Game better but like from console support standpoint from a systems level standpoint are there things you need us to do, and again we've been in this industry a long time, and so we hear the stories behind the scene about first party games. They get a certain features or special support from Sony or Microsoft Nintendo to lower a first party game to do something particular and you know you talked our developers that's pretty appealing I. Think it's Great for Microsoft as well because I think we bring a lot of additional pedigree to an already very strong lineup and stable of developers look I believe in walking softly and carrying a big stick but. I've been doing this for a long time like we're pretty good catch like we make a lot of really good games. We've made a lot of game of the year stuff and bestseller stuff and in a variety of different. Genres and if I step it, take my Bethesda hat off for a minute. were pretty good get and I, think we ultimately make them better as a company to be a part of what they're doing. And the other one is I think this will ultimately be a win for fans and for gamers because at the end of the day, the thing that we have always believed first and foremost is look making games as a pain in the ass it's hard. It's a lot of work over a lot of years on a lot of people. Spent big chunks of their lives working on these games, and we spent a lot of money making them, and at the end of the day, we want as many people as possible to be able to play what what it is. We make and Microsoft is very much in the same camp of we want to help you get your games to the widest audience possible which. Means that you people are going to be able to play our games you know all over the place you know not just on a specific console, not just on your PC, but what they do with X. God streaming, and now streaming being something that we as a company have looked into and worked on some some things there in terms of moving that forward as viable. Technology that you know. Sure. I'll I'll have people playing sky rim doom fallout fill in number here on his many devices as we can, and so at the end of the day I think it is a good cultural fit at think it's a good philosophical fit and I think it's a good fit where our strengths play welded their strengths and advisers. Yeah. So so just falling because there's another question was sort of desperate Ted to ask in S, which is so you said you know protest is a good gap ripe and totally agree I mean they're assuming credible brands in the portfolio that s to has, but also you guys weren't cheap. You know the acquisition is William. It's worth mentioning your benchmark right as we as a benchmark on the. Might might benchmarked requisitions is Star Wars Disney bought star wars that was like two billion dollars, right? That's kind of my benchmark. So I large acquisitions I value in multiple. Multiple. Star. Wars. Yeah. But then. Again, I mean three point, five star wars like that is a lot of. A lot of stars that's actually more star wars than actually art films, in stores, mainland. So Seriously, though like just. Valuation, obviously, you know Microsoft sophisticated buyer you know you guys must've deserved it. But where is that value coming from? Is it the IP juicy? The value in elder scrolls fall out things like that is at the studios in the talent is it something else like if Microsoft we're gonNA say there were seven billion dollars for X. Y. and Z. What are the buckets that value is getting created We'll. Certainly it's the things that you mentioned we we do have a lot of pretty strong IP's. Elder scrolls a massive brand for US fallout doom Wolfenstein. We've we've got a lot of stuff that has value and legacy right and not stuff that we just came up with five years ago right? Doom started and Wolfenstein started the popularity of were the existence of first person shooters a really long time ago so whether it's RPG's or first person shooters I do think we have very strong piece I also believe we have really good pedigree in our studios in terms of every studio that we have. That is part of our company that we've shipped a game with has won at least one game of the year award for what they've made a except for one developer and that's pretty impressive. When you talk about a whole wide variety of studios different locations, very different genres, actions you know first person send stuff, really bloody violent kill Nazi stuff kill demons post apocalyptic fantasy. We do a lot of different stuff. So I do think there's a lot of talent I also think that and I've I've heard Phil talk about this is he had a lot of respect for the fact that it's Not just that we have talent but that were willing to take chances and try and push things forward and break ground right? We didn't just participate in Vr like we were you know primary catalyst for VR
Star Wars: Squadrons Review Round-Up
"Let's start with the Review Roundup for Star Wars squadrons right now are not right now I should say eight forty, one am Pacific Time. So about an hour and a half ago on Metacritic Star Wars squadrons was sitting in eighty one. Now there's a bunch of Asterix here. This is the pink version, and if you went there, there's only. There at the time was only like I would say less than ten reviews up because, of course, Star Wars squadrons, a multiplayer game and the multiplayer servers just going live tomorrow. There was a thing yesterday for press plane which we did. You can hear about on the games gas share a little bit about ear as well but lots of the reviews not posting but the ones that did very positive PC Gaber end gave it a ninety Ian Bordeaux says. But if star wars, squadrons had simply Ben Tie fighter with prettier skies to look at, it would have already been a winning proposition. What it is in fact is a great looking technically demanding starfighter Sim, that provides a dynamic new spin on space dogfighting without any of the usual monetary cruff that companies live service games. Today time will tell if truly has the depth and skill ceiling to give it give it staying power, but it's made a damn fine first impression. If you've ever wanted to become an ace x wing pilot or fondly remember your time in a dos based fighter cockpit star wars squadrons is a must play of twenty, four seven gave it. Four out of five stars, Alex Donaldson wrote, this is the triumph of squadrons. It's clearly lower budget title and easy as other. Star. Wars episode but it comes with a price to match. It has more strained tensions within that. It's still squeeze in as much detail as much fan service and simply put as much content as possible squadrons feels like more of the more than the sum of its parts more most importantly it does exactly what it set out to do, and it does it very well indeed, it's EA's smallest scale console stores title yet, but it's also it's best flea battles a little long and sometimes listless, but some will no doubt pine for. An some we'll find for a little bit more content. I personally would have really liked to see a twenty player or more death match mode, but it's nevertheless difficult to really criticize such a tightly wound complete package as such. It's an easy recommendation and then game informer gave an eight point two. Eight, point, two, five Asia Reiner over there says squadrons single player May fizzle out frequently like a malfunctioning hyper drive motivator but the multi-player continually impresses and is worth the price of entry alone flying in formation with a group of friends put a smile on my face and that was just the calm before the storm when the laser start flying squadrons, multi player can be nothing short. Of exhilarating and a great test of skill pushing players to be clever in the cockpit to out thinking outmaneuver opponents given just how enjoyable it is to pilot an x wing Tai fighter this is a multi player experience I will continue to go back to even if he doesn't support it with new content, it's just fun to play providing something different compared to most today's competitive games.
State of emergency in 3 California counties as fire scorches wine country
"Newsom has declared a state of emergency for three Northern California county scorched by fast spreading fires. At least three field people have died in the Zog fire in Shasta County, near California's northern border correspondent Chris Martinez reports. The other one is the glass fire, which is ravaging Napa and Sonoma County. The glass fire ripping through Northern California is wine country grew to 68 Square Miles Tuesday, These fires become a very disaster. With the amount of structures in populous. It's impacted. Many said they barely had time to escape the flames. We woke up in the middle of the night and there were there were flames. We could see flames and we ran to the car and I was in my underwear We left with nothing. I mean, just literally. Nothing. So far, The fire has destroyed more than 100 buildings, including homes, seven wineries and part of the five star Meadowood Napa Valley Luxury Resort. None of the fires in Napa, Sonoma and Shasta is contained.
"five star" Discussed on Titus & Tate
"With whoop today. All right. Joining us now is a five star, our second five-star Tate that we've had on the show. This is where we are five stars only here on the program. Here's the number one recruit in the state of Tennessee I'm calling it. He is from the class of twenty, twenty two. His name is Sky Clark Sky I wanNA start with this your name Sky Clark that'd be awesome name it is a fantastic name. A great name in the world of basketball almost field like Lebron you have Zion Luca now like sky is a one name name How Much Do you feel that? Like? What's it like having a name like Sky Clark Nice, this is amazing because you could do so much things with it and I've been trying to create a low. and. There's just so much. You can do with sky and the fact that I can jump so. was there ever a point in your life where you didn't like your name like did you get picked on when you're like in kindergarten guys that's a weird name or anything like that our. Cool have your friends always have cooled I'm I'm pretty quiet ask lawyer. No me like the loudest person but. I've never had a problem with it. I've always loved it. And Sky we have to ask you just mentioned this you were you said with your name, you're trying to create a logo of some sorts I. Mean you're a five star recruit twenty, two, twenty, two classes of people that don't know and you have the there's not just the basketball that matters now, right there's the whole show that goes along with this the building of. The brand you talked about your own logo, you have sky I'm Jordan Fan. So you know I and flight a- jumped man of swords can jump into that mode if you need to. But what is it like to have to build a brand in your mind while you're also trying to figure out who you are as a person and as a basketball player at the same time? Is Fun because it also like you said a trying to find yourself with a person. It really helps you find yourself with a person just. Because, you really gotta think like what you love to do what you want to represent in all that. So it's been a fun is when we got some stuff in the works that I'm trying to get out. So well, one of the things I read was that you're close with Gilbert Arenas. And he has bequeath the nickname Hibachi to you. Is this correct. You're not alongside assume it's correct. How does that work is do you have to apply for that? Does he deserve a review board Gilbert Arenas, Lake because I imagine there are a lot of guys that Gilbert Arenas knows and they're like Yo. Let me let me take over agent zero or who botchy or whatever else. You're not good enough but you are good enough. You've earned the right. So how did that whole thing? How does that work? Will we actually before I started playing basketball, we live across the hallway from each other an. Apartment Complex. Across Gobert arena located in well second third grade in him. My Dad became good friends and then. Me and my siblings became best friends with their sibling with their kids and saw we would always be over at their apartment. They will come with ours. It was literally like a two step will off it was the right across the hall. And then I started working out with him when I was a freshman. And we play one on one and I beat him. You. Know. What I would say those does so yeah, it really it was just earned. Yeah. I'm just curious in general because this happens with a lot of guys that are as good as you in high school. Suddenly you hear about guys that become friends with. Or are being mentored by former NBA players you. Guys? Find their way into. Five Stars live and I'm I'm fascinated by that because the guy who I played basketball at a decently high level but I sucked and there is never a moment in time we're like I grew up in Indianapolis runner test was on the Pacers use awesome. Ron Tests wasn't calling me to like workout shots up and like you know like I didn't have that relationship with. So I'm always fascinated sky. Like, how does that work we're lay like? Obviously the case of said, he moved lived across the street from what I know that either you have relationships with other NBA players and other guys are you know you talk to them? They're mentoring you do they reach out to you reach out to them guys kind of meet at like camps you play like open gyms together. How does that kind of happen? Yeah usually. Outside, it's like a back and forth like most of the time I'll take in just like. Ask, Jim or something how they'd been sometimes, it takes me. Another person I'm really close with his rod strickland. Rather God yes, he was. He was a killer for those who know in a yeah. It's Exim is giving him points. We don't live in the same state or anything I haven't been able to work within but when I. Definitely. Be doing that. We have to ask you mean, you turn out these names, Gilbert Arenas, probably someone that you grew up in salt play basketball but ride I guess rod to I mean. But what is the sort of time line for you like what is the age group of players that you look up to the you're like I wanna be like so and so I want to be like Kobe Bryant I. Think we've seen the Kobe. Bryant's one of your favorite players is that more of your air like t MAC Vince Carter Kobe early two thousand era or is it more to you? Would you say point to a Russell Westbrook James Harden? Like what? What what kind of group of guys you look up to as your idols? Basque. Boy I guess my favorite era is eighties ninety s what yeah. I think you're going to be successful Sky I. I read your big two-part guy to are you. Do, you have bursar. Daniil Monte. Situated. Guy I saw you love to fish as well and I'm like this guy like thirty three like what is going on here? My parents they raised me like I was born in Minnesota. and. My parents raised me that way we we grew up fishing I grew up on old school music. So I know all those go rap songs. Will jazz songs like back to like fifty sixty s rocks Miami. So, yeah. The kids are alright. That's what we're learning. The kids are alright. Let's give some back on for those who might not know you. They're going to quickly learn to to know you are you just recently announced? You're finally schools your finally is in no particular order I'm going to order the graphic you put out Tennessee State Memphis North Carolina Talkie Michigan Ucla Oregon and USC I noticed there is no of state on that list. I also went through your twitter account Saul Ohio, state offered you what the hell what's going on here sky like, what what, what are we going to do here I mean like what's going on? The. List is not another study chain. Okay. All right. That's It all serious what goes behind putting out a final eight. This is something to talk a lot about is like we're just fascinated by the process of the recruit. Cut Your. Why? Why? Why? Why not six why not nine why not to My space-related like what is it? Is Actually. I started off. I was GONNA do top five. Picking Five schools was hard. So I went and six. Six schools is hard and so I picked seven and then USC days before I was Gonna put it out as said, they offered me a year ago but I never knew oh I've made it eight. One of the schools are your listeners Ucla. The other five star that appear on our program committed UCLA, his name Peyton Watson you guys are you you're pretty close you say. How much is Peyton recruiting you now that he's a Ucla Bruin is he telling you to come back home to la where you belong is is that a thing that's happening? He told me but. He has a talk too much about it but I know he has a lot going on over there. Yeah. Having form does that does that go on for real guys guys like you know collude like colludes probably too strong that makes it sound like sinister kind of how it feels from the outside when like Y- a great recruiting class for one specific school forms you just assume the guys are calling each other. So Lake your uncommitted right now, do you have guys that have? Already committed places that are calling like, Hey, man I I I need I'm I'm a five star wing I did a point guard that's GonNa give me the ball like you should complete with me..
"five star" Discussed on Slate Money
"I don't believe it go to intel dot com slash you could to learn more for yourself for more complete information about performance and benchmark results visit www dot intel dot com slash benchmarks okay let's have a numbers round i think yes why not i have a good number here five hundred twenty three dollars is an old time high for the average monthly com loan payment in the us if you're buying a new car has now hit an old time 'cau five hundred twenty three dollars i wound that's a lot of money to pay for your car if you month and that's the average than meaner the media saying that's the mean and it is for new 'cause it doesn't that doesn't include people financing used 'cause but if you're buying a new car on average you all paying five hundred twenty three dollars a month which is like rent yeah that is quite a lot i would be interested with the media is just because you could be skewed up where if you have a lot of very expensive car purchases but those a cash i guess that's true i just be curious is there something going on with auto loan defaults right now to aren't rate the default tie come down to full actually almost no old time lows weird but true this is partly a function actually in both of these facts both a function of a decline in subprime lending in in yucai so people with bad credit find it increasingly difficult to buy us people with bad credit also generally often buy cheap because and so you'll getting fewer people buying cheap because because they have bad credit and then the rich people who have good credit not defaulting.
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"That different owners look companies in different ways private equity owners look with nights when exit public company on the shareholders generally want substantial growth because a lot of what they're doing if they're buying stocks because they want the stock to go up right whereas families like there is no stoke for them to go out they don't have an exit strategy they just want to own this reverend if you want to own it forever daniel incentives to slightly different it does seem like a nicer friendlier way maybe business like we see it in yeah friendly friendly i'm evil one of it's not true not that you would launch all the applications on your computer at the same time just for fun or open one hundred hi rez photoshop files all at once or open an edit a movies ending before you can pop a bag of popcorn but you could laptops running with the eighth gen intel core processor with intel obtain memory allow you to push your computer to new limits intel octane memory means less waiting time and everyday tasks that are up to two point two times more responsive with all that power the possibilities seem endless what are some of these possibilities you ask how about launching big media apps and content faster allowing you to create more in less time with eighth gen tm intel core processor many of your everyday tasks are speeding up to email presentations even your browser can launch faster with intel obtain memory so not that you would store thirty two gigabytes of photos on your computer than open them all at once but you could.
"five star" Discussed on Slate Money
"Companies to grow is a bad thing whereas that is how companies are able to employ more people that is how economies grow that is how you get bigger companies that actually are better to their workers than small company i think though food is an interesting example where oftentimes bigger in and growing faster turns out to be just like really bad like unthinking of say chipotle lay and you know mcdonald's pick them up for a while and then then they went public right and then they tried to grow really really fast and and i mean things sort of like took a turn i just with food i think it's it's different i think growth is who right now is in very kind of like a a state of cast there is a good piece in the journal about all these packaged food companies are really struggling right now because consumer tastes are tending toward like the slow growth model essentially like people want smaller companies they don't wanna go to chains anyway they want you know they want to keep it remember is is a sector which in the grand scheme of things is not growing like the amount that people eat is not really growing on so a lot of what you're talking about me and talk about growth is like a zero sum game where light your growing at the expense of someone else and that doesn't create employment in aggregate if you look at what warren buffett does his is another example on he loves to buy stocks of growing companies but at the same time he also loves to by companies like see's candies say and see's candies sauce i can tell out so i can tell doesn't grow he isn't trying to like make you know open you see's candies stores every month he's just perfectly happy for see's candy to be see's candy and for it to be the size of the isn't it throws off a bunch of prophets and he uses those profits to buy stocks on the stock market and that's fine he doesn't need everything to be growing one time i think he entirely dates everything to be growing.
"five star" Discussed on Slate Money
"On day own they up becoming this huge global snacking conglomerate and i am all in favor of this because if i was the riemann family this is this big billionaire gemin family they're like we are going to make a dynastic bet on snacks and i feel that a good bet because everyone's neck it's not snacks more fast casual dining it's like there's burger king mcdonald's etc and then the level you level up from there and you get your like kinda fanciest sandwiches from pratt right i mean it's this new segment really that's really hot right now it's also coffee this is this is really where g j a b is trying to compete with nestle for market share and coffee the coffee space and there is a belief that there's more room to grow at pret in their supply of hot drinks prokofiev's no bad it's not bad and one thing i thought was really interesting so pret has sort of this great like employees vibe when when they were bought they said all their employers are getting a thousand pound bonuses there's twelve thousand employees in everyone's getting a bonus because they got bought and they do a lot of like team bonuses and their whole thing is like workers have to be really cheerful and they'll randomly give you free stuff like the other day i walked into pret and ordered a coffee and they said just take it and that was like are you serious and i was looking around like my being pranked like what's happening just take it and that's policy apparently an i was just curious i wonder if that sort of ethos will stay when they're under this new owner i don't i don't know how j b is sort of more than i think it would be.
"five star" Discussed on Slate Money
"Whoa well anna is doing here is she you know is using this measure cold tunnel neck with when you and i look at profits we look at you know dollars all all possibly you know you know since per share something of that what analysts doing is looking at a ratio whether denominate to assist to this thing called equity which we come we're not gonna bother defining but the what happened after the financial crisis with the regulators forced banks to have much more of it and so you'll return on equity if you're going to look at that particular ratio has gone down just because there's more equity this is exactly what it should be if i if equity haven't gone down that would be very worrying you want the banks to be holding a lot of equity money yes so that they also absorbing rely on big bailouts and freak everyone out so maybe the return on equity shouldn't be so high i would just say that yes it is certainly true that part of the reason that are always have declined is because obviously you have larger denominator but you also have had you you've had lower rates as well which is hertz brings profitability as well if you're looking at the numerator and moving forward return on equity is important in terms of how banks can lend how banks can stimulate the economy so i'm not saying i don't understand i don't think that's true i don't think there's any empirical reason to believe that.
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"five star" Discussed on Slate Money
"Yeah no but if you and i don't think we're probably going to have storage market reaction to spain because i think if this had been a more liquid market you wouldn't have seen this type of reaction that would have been a little bit of movement but it was the technical element in the market that created the panic and then panicked begets more panic if something is falling spectacularly the last thing you want to do in the in the market cliche is try to catch a falling knife so you wait until the panic subsides before you come in and buy and this you say in spain which has also managed to kick out it's sort of grey technocrat prime minister roy and replace him with the socialist who has at seats in three hundred and fifty seat parliament and like what could possibly go wrong because the this new guy has to rely on a ragtag coalition of separatists to to try and pass anything so spain is also in sort of political chaos right now but there's no market chaos because i guess you don't have those technical market factors precisely but even though i think that no one really thinks that italy is gonna leave the currency union that doesn't make a lot of sense but i do think what we are seeing in italy what we're seeing in spain what we've seen in essentially every european election is concerning because what we're seeing is the breakdown of traditional parties the fracturing of electorates which is leading to the development of weak coalition governments and that is not only going to stop any reforms further integration but it is likely to create more instability in the countries and then lead to further political problems i would disagree with that because i would say the italy of had weak coalition government since nineteen forty six at lea his basically always had weak coalition governments it has had sixty five governments.
"five star" Discussed on Slate Money
"I think in terms of the fundamentals the the main thing which i took away from the whole debica l was the when it looked like it might need to be new elections it wasn't so much the people will worry that that would be new elections because elections happened if five minutes in italy the problem was that people will worried in the wake of this nomination of eurosceptic finance minister which apparently was a deal breaker f at seven minutes in italy the the five star movement and the league would run in these hypothetical future elections on an explicitly anti euro platform it was basically like brexit contagion fear what of the euro it's all falling apart like if italy if italy leaves the euro that is genuinely catastrophic full italy info the world but interestingly it all seems to have resolved itself with literally with the league whitewashing the anti euro symbol off their headquarters and did league sort of doing this wonderful awhile ian we have never been against the euro and we are totally pro euro and if i saw movement is like yeah we we hate old of the technocrats but we'd love the euro so effectively the big worry which was a eurosceptic possible what do we call it it to leave it's most thing it elects it but it lexington five which is good yeah yeah yeah it's actually kind of i mean as your following the ups and downs all week it's i it's this like utter panic like italy's the next one to go they've got these populists in charge and they wanna leave the euro and it's the next brexit in oh my god europe's going to explode in everyone's freaking out this is my like high school version of what just happened and then by mid week they're like and then it's you know the president's have known we're not going to do that and then there's more panic in them blah blah blah blah blah all evens out and now at the end of the week it's like no china.
"five star" Discussed on Slate Money
"Going to be in lefty type here lefty types of going up in arms you up in arms about the volcker rule i'm in a middling arm state i'm kind of arms or sort of hang over the table right now but they're not all the way in the air so we're going to talk about that and whether whether there's any reason for distress panic or other forms of physical running around in circles but anna chemin ski being here and being the expert on all lake crazy fucked up countries you can tell us what is going on in italy because we had like j new wine market turmoil this week okay so when you're talking about what happened in italy this past week there are two things there's a fundamental issue and there's a technical issue we can i get into the fundamental issue a little bit which is that you have a populist government that had been elected in italy which was this coalition between this far right league and the far left five star movement we just interject that the party names in italy are amazing and i love them and i i want to have parties called the league and five stocks also i will i will the five movement is not really far left it's it's kind of just we don't like i i called them laser establishment yeah antiestablishment neo anna kissed they were founded by literally a comedian beppe pedro and he in true kind of crazy comedian style he would just go up on stage and rail against the politicians and that's basically the entire basis if i saw movement is we hate the politicians it's not that there are left they just hate the politician yes but they're also anarchists who want a lot of additional spending.
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"Trailer and watch what happens over to watch his trailer first there's many trailers four seconds lung egypt's saying and then you watch the regular trailer that we could stop diving and they hearing okay so my my secret santa we already covered positive america which has been my absolute ovation this year and i would like to be on it if anybody knows anybody it's honestly it's it's at read morono and suzanne beer i want to say our last name buyer but it's two female directors television handmaid's tale and the night manager and and what these two women dead visually was so spectacular just that art direction cinematography the actual the visual point of view that that's where you really can understand a director at least kinda knows they're shed a little bit they're not just telling his story there uh presenting a world beautiful world to you and people directors and television the good ones are few and far between and growing by the day but i was so wildly impressed by their work and i think that they along with patty jenkins and of course i've demand and the movie side have really just planted their flag this year and made it made us all look good and then my olympic coal is the six at structure in television and broadcast television it is the death of good storytelling is the quagmire of of where good formally good writers go to die it is when you think about it it's really seven act structure because you're title card comes in there and then you've got it it's like every three and a half minutes you have to turn something and and and and twist something and it's horrible and somebody today so that finally networks are starting to say good networks the cable networks are starting to say oh we don't care about the act out will like act out in the middle of a word if we want like don't worry about building to that and that is interesting at least to explore because it's the worst commercial interruption yeah.
"five star" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"I mean obsolete spat chernobyl but what human point is there to all this and over as i started writing through the episodes by the time i got to the end i realized that it become something else and something that is far more relevant to what is happening now the world around me i think in general as a writer i have become vastly more concerned about representation of characters it is in the forefront of my mind i am constantly asking myself questions like just checking the pitfalls the pitfall default wipe the pitfall of this character isn't deserve a name you know all these things and just constantly running that tape in my head whereas before honestly nobody ever asked you to do that nobody expected and if you did they would ask you why i remember in years and years ago my gosh it was for the weinsteins is a script and i there was a discussion that carter had with a guy who was just like at a reception desk for a hospital and the guy the reception desk i just happened to make um southeast asian and they were fooled by did you do that and i'm like because there are a lot of them and their people in the world now it's the opposite so in a in a in a it's wonderful i think actually in a great way the response to the bucked up nece has been really good for me is writer i think it's been great for our our business in general not just in terms of weeding out terrible people but also just in the daytoday business of how we approach storytelling and how reproach each other is human beings there is a strange optimism it's just every time i started to feel good in some of their asshole comes along and so anyway yeah added a twopronged experience which has been sort of fascinating and and concerning but also really great so the fascinating concerning probably was irate you know damn right areas was.
"five star" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"That has to be one of my plans i mean for budget reasons not the least of which is she's clearly arguing with the majority of people who are bad yeah so i i got a that's got to be one of my people you'll be wrong coal i doubt his forearm street by alleged opportunely does it marks an my mom does right under there wasn't easy roll honda in streetfighter wasn't he one of the characters there i think known as the riders streetfighter good reason on your well by edward elrick fan i wish i was bloating like the girl i always wanted to blow like that girl in the movie i wish i was her seriously okay this has to be charlie in the chocolate factory it'll be about blowing a head love is a load fetishes because like you know what i got some time only five stars charlie this on on violate your churning water violent muslims is concerned the lack of this objective mood here yes i really of the biggest area with edward you wish you were bloating like her that seriously worders edward dulech spongebob girl 101 says you have your opinions and one movies you like people say was horrible and some people i was god just to give it a change it you're not interested cussing and comedy i recommend that you did not watch this movie i enjoyed this movie a lot it was so funny and i didn't watch the trailer that's probably why i didn't hate it.
"five star" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"Michael i will say this is a very mild defence but as bother a twelve year old daughter there's thinks she won't watch things that were shot before a certain time like she won't watch things there's hot square like you know in i four three format like you can just telling oh this old school and like old style it's like a try to get her watch buffy the vampire slayer which is brilliant and she walls because it looks older her loose oldfashioned her as though there is a exactly we wouldn't watched the black and white you'll gins islands yadavia who does the old episode i would watch those but just i was just a question for you though because you you know john lucas example of like taking existing property and making a whole new way because we have new technology to do it but that's right honors and yet i i don't understand the parent who grew up on a movie like jungle via something like that it's bring your kids iis anyone really saying like i watch dynasty i'm going to bring or tune in with my not a person anyway interrupted the no but i was i i wanted to back to sort of your sense of will you were doing jungle book that degree to which like how much are you trying to reinvent destroyed younger how much are you trying to do it in was with the same story of the new technologies i've faced that with aladdin which was the pressure of are we trying to reinvent the whole thing and rethink everything or are we trying to beauty beasted and just like literally just do the cartoon and you must have faced that same pressure i think it's it's harder the better the original movie yet in their tents and more complete the story as in the case of jungle book you know it's it's his promise or near and there's sort of epizotic nature to it and and we just had a list of your the things that you remember without aided you know from the original moving you just sorta live without and then everything else from between you evaluating you interrogate say is this as good as it could be or can we make this better can we make this richer more.
"five star" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"Justin marks the live auction jon lapook and it's sequel tv series counterpart views january twenty poorest on star's welcome the three of you guys coming here a bunch of lose fantastic we know very little about tv even the craig is about to do a tv show so i thought willing y yeah well it's a mini series so i think it was just like a law saying no it's a because his hands isn't that the problem with tvs keeps going and going and going joycelyn isn't that the problem interests at heart just inches will never leave your life why is ashley you run until two john mercure shows at run for a very long time you've been on incredibly zestful chose around lunchtime originals is just about and i think that's actually where you're headed is yet to go to the rap artist what is it like coming back season after seizing on a show is a great is bad like should craig but away from italy run towards it well like having a here's here's what is right what is right when he each their own maine thing i've worked with writers who get two years in and they're like get me out i can't at licht the your brain their brain their mind just atrophy made feel it nothing they do is freshen nothing that they do has any value in central madrid basic self loathing stuff for me i get so much personal and emotional value out of building the community when you wake a movie you're you know few months in six months whatever in and out and write never seen as people again and television you can year after year after year you're working and success with the same people and you're watching them grow from the bottom of their position all the way up the ladder till they're you know your partners and there's something so emotionally fulfilling about that that above and beyond the storytelling it it's really it's just a it's a very full life so even when it's hard you still feel really satisfied by it.
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"That yeah absolutely or rolling in cash share that is is is what you've always got got yeah gotten and we monetize your advertising we've got zero dollars never has a now the disney boxed meal is a battle against sixty billion dollars where i heard jersey fox deal so i'm thinking maybe you a little simple fifty nine billion to be fair we bought a battle are royal we will take apple pouncer we've got about one hundred thousand bitcoin about twelve years ago yes so we really don't we're doing this for kicks gilles that's really what we're selling to sign the bitcoin i'm sorry i annually has wants to make a bid for nine billion dollars russ megan's here she has her square cash reader to fill out any way want to pay megan's here in front but let's get on with the show we have three amazing guests three tonight guesses julie plaque duluth like as the co owner of bam it's been off the originals also containment tomorrow people and as written for pilots y julie pick one welcome now high and so we need to tell everybody that truly plaque eyes actually taking a red eye after this show that's how much diminished israel and shows luggage delays level of what to do with my suitcase nights my parka next with michael greene he's the cocreator insur whatever american god's and pleased he's also the sphere of every living you saw this year we're going to aren't express later on twenty four nine amber logan michael greene welcome good to be here.
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"Hey this is john so today's episode contains of us was of language you might want to listed on headphones thanks my name is john audits my name is big mazen pray a give reindeer year this is our live holiday scrip notes joe take us also coming at the end of 2017 i'll take a rating fires were being your your gauso what are here it's been a thank you hear so much has happened on got some of that a on twitter this producers pointed out that on the movie kong skull island that came out in march die movies from this year this has been the most endless year of all years i want this to stop perfect miserable but that's ashes from the name of this moment because as you guys all know as were recording this it looks like disney and fox well this is going to buy fox as a huge change so we talked about that docks yes they'll call doc ugh part simpson and mickey mouse is gather uh who yeah man i'll let up some narrow yeah no i don't think that's ever going to happen it is fascinating to see how they are i mean it's not done done yet but they are doing this very careful carvingup of fox so they're they're taking fox television that's the part that produces the shows but they're leaving the network networks because as new jersey and they're taking the movies yeta taking the movie library either taking the television library nobody knows what they're gonna do the animation studio blue scholars guy fox news not taking fox news.