23 Burst results for "Fogarty"
John Fogerty Speaks Out After Trump Plays 'Fortunate Son' at Rally
"Rock legend John Fogerty, calling President Trump a fortunate son and not in a good way. For the antiwar anthem. Fortunate Son recently played at a Trump rally when asked about it being used in that way, the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman said in the video he posted to social media yesterday he found it confounding. However, Fogarty says, Trump actually fits the image of the songs, Fortunate Son someone of privilege waving a flag who dodged The
"fogarty" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture
"If you love all ears English and you WANNA make sure you. Don't miss a single episode. Then hit subscribe on your podcast player. Now we release bonus episodes all of the time that you will miss if you're not a subscriber so go ahead and hit subscribe now. Thanks for listening to all ears. English guys got it okay. So we've got black. We've got red. We'VE GOT WHITE. And what came next then in history? What what were did we get next for? Color will after red Most language is not all but most language usually seems to come up with a word for yellow or this is so cool. A spectrum of colors that includes both green and blue so language experts call. This word grew combination of green and blue. So so you can think of. These is the five basic colors yet. Most languages half black white red yellow and grew audit. I love that so they kind of made do those words very limited but when from there and then what happened after that I mean where did the additional do we know where the other nuance colors came from or so many great stories so in English today not and we thought of as having eleven main so this five basic ones plus Brown Orange Pink purple and gray but I find interesting is some languages? Some of your listeners will know this how languages have more or different words for like Russian Greek and Turkish. I'll have separate words for light blue and dark blue. Yeah in English we just call them. Lou or specialized names like ultra marine or something like that That's an interesting point. I mean I think when we're learning a new language it can be a little frustrating because we want to describe something very specific but maybe the word doesn't even exist in that second language right and then you know I mean turquoise that's sort of a blueish and comes from the old French word for Turkish because Of the Turquoise colored stone stone yet with originally imported from the Turkish reason region that makes sense young Turkey so it's called Turquoise that makes total sense if you had a great You Know Pink is an especially interesting color. It was originally nothing like what we think of as pink today so it referred. It was a greenish yellow pigment. Founding Lakes was made by combining vegetable colouring matter with a white base. Like a metal oxide now. It wasn't even really the the first use of pink wasn't really even a color. It was more of a description of the process for making it than the color him. The Oxford English dictionary says that there were colors like Green Pink Brown pink yellow so it was more of a description of how you made the color then that got it and did that kind of just because things weren't being made that way like because of processing or manufacturing or great question. I actually I don't think that was it because it was in the sixteen hundreds when pink started being used to mean the light red color we think of today in I know that chemical processes for colors came later so I think they think that sort of how it got its name was so so roundabout was related to the flower Diane `thus and sometimes they're called pinks and But not because of the color. So if you think of the word paint if you've ever done any sewing you know about something called painting shares. Don't own anything about the make their a special kind of scissor that makes us scalloped zigzag edge on a fabric like scissors with little like it's like back and forth zigzag pattern and so that's called pink king they're thinking shares an entirely different meaning of the word and the flower. The Diana's the edges of flower looks like what you get when you use painting shares. Yes the flower was called pink because of the pattern around the edge of the flower within the flower itself is the color we think of ink today and so this is totally roundabout way of the shape color of the flower. Pink came to mean the color of that flower that we think amazing. How languages so complex. It's so rooted in history and Etymology is fascinating on the show for shirt. Yeah I absolutely love it. And then in the fifteen hundred there were other words. You could use to describe the colored pink though before we started using pink and If you think about it like for for a white person or our skin is kind of me. No the word incarnate. Which comes from the Latin word for flesh was used to describe things that were pink? And and you wouldn't you wouldn't say something with encarnacion you wouldn't say that flower is incarnate right. But he would say you describe it as more of an incarnate color So it was sort of borderline color name but it was one way that people described pink before they had the word pink so I love it. Love it eating too. I love that. What about these colors grey and Brown those kind of colors? What about those right? Well they come from Lucy Right. Well they come from also very old words that go back. Don't old English so They're just they were of. They're all ally and they came from natural things before the eighteen hundreds. I think it was your mom or the eighteen hundreds all. Our colors came from natural sources. So you know it's funny like Maroon comes from the French word for the color of a chestnut but then in the eighteen hundreds because of advances in chemistry people could suddenly make synthetic dyes nineties. There was an explosion of new color and particularly the French Because of the fashion industry just gotten really into all these new colors and naming them so a lot of the names for colors from that time. Come come from French words so I love yeah mov comes on and and raw or unbleached unbleached linen is just it was just. Yeah the the history I could just go on and on and on but You know aquamarine comes inning seawater. Yeah the eighteen. Hundreds were really the time for new colors though. Yeah I love that. I mean for our listeners. I know that a lot of our listeners are going to love this episode because they love language for language itself right. I mean we talk about a lot about human connection and that's our overall value but guys sometimes. It's really fun just a nerd out on language. Right go deep into these words and this is also a really great way for our listeners here magnon to improve their very nuanced vocabulary so guys go onto your own kind of research adventure. Go deeper into this topic. You know research the word. Khaki and what that color is beige? Burgundy these are all the nuanced colors that are beyond the basics. That'll make your language a lot deeper. So that's fantastic absolutely. Yeah and I find. It helps me remember the words to you. Know I know that reunion the fruit Has this because it was imported from tenure? So number two a lot of the the the etymology often help you remember the word to absolutely will. Thanks for getting US started on this topic today Magnon Fascinating one. I love it. We've never done anything like this before. So thanks for coming on so let us know where our listeners can find. Grammar girl podcast. You bet well just search for grammar girl anywhere you get your podcast and it'll pop right up and you know. Hit subscribe until your friends awesome. Thanks for coming on the show. See again soon. Thank you Lindsey. Bye Bye.
"fogarty" Discussed on WTOP
"New York strip and Fogarty shown Brazilian steak house you can have it all reservations of photo dot com I read a Kessler WTOP traffic our storm team four four day forecast Emelia draper right now I'm looking at the visible satellite imagery and back around the Blue Ridge sing a little bit of clearing out there this clearing trend is going to somewhat push on into the eastern portions of the regents of the DC metro area southern Maryland so we'll have some sunshine out there this afternoon while storm team four radar for the most part is all clear right now aside from a few showers down in the northern neck in St Mary's county another round of rain is looking likely toward the late afternoon and evening hours and because of the sunshine we're seeing right now among other factors not just scattered showers potentially this afternoon but maybe even a few rumbles of thunder and some gusty damaging winds are also possible with highs today in the upper fifties to mid sixties will have lows tonight in the forties with some scattered showers possible until about midnight and then clearing after midnight breezy tomorrow with mostly sunny skies highs on Wednesday will warm into the low to mid sixties on Thursday we only warm into the fifties with hazy sunshine it's breezy again on Friday with mostly cloudy skies and maybe some scattered showers highs Friday continue to warm into the fifties currently road fifty two in Washington fifty four degrees in Silver Spring in fifty five in Centerville thanks a million up to fifty two degrees here in friendship heights brought to you by Len the plumber trusted same day service seven days a week one twenty two should ghost guns be banned in Maryland some state senators think so a hearing is scheduled at this hour in Annapolis on a bill that would make the untraceable weapons illegal in a state that already has some.
Review of Yonkers detective's cases underway after botched Bronx drug bust
"The Westchester county VA is reviewing all passed in pending cases involving Yonkers detective Sean forgot a is expected to plead guilty in a perjury case he was accused of lying about a drug case which led to the wrongful arrest of a man from the Bronx the a amp any scar Pino junior says if we determine any conviction was the result of an illegal action by detective Fogarty we will will immediately immediately move move to to vacate vacate the the conviction conviction conviction forget forget forget a a a forty forty forty five five five years years years old old old is is is retiring retiring retiring from from from the the the offers offers offers speedy speedy speedy he he he was was was on on on the the the force force force about about about twelve twelve twelve years years years after after after spending spending spending ten ten ten years years years with with with the the the
Shop in your pajamas on Black Friday
"Black Friday sales begin at some stores as early as today thanksgiving and shoppers are eager to get their hands on those bargains become monsters and fonts is do a little homework before you shop experts say the lowest prices are still usually on thanksgiving Black Friday and cyber Monday when the store is open maybe you're planning on battling the crowds in the lines in hopes of scoring the best deals or maybe you're going to shop from home in your PJ's like Natalie Fogarty of merry spell I like to look for good deals on Amazon let's say you do not have to wait for Black Friday doorbusters in person for the best deal you can find these deals online they say have a game plan no it's going to be on sale by looking at the newspaper ads or looking online or checking social media try blackfriday dot com also try phone apps like shop Zilla Google shopping PriceGrabber they'll help you see prices in the store and compare ISIS with other stores
Shop in your pajamas on Black Friday
"Black Friday sales begin at some stores as early as today thanksgiving and shoppers are eager to get their hands on those bargains become monsters and fonts is do a little homework before you shop experts say the lowest prices are still usually on thanksgiving Black Friday and cyber Monday when the store is open maybe you're planning on battling the crowds in the lines in hopes of scoring the best deals or maybe you're going to shop from home in your PJ's like Natalie Fogarty of merry spell I like to look for good deals on Amazon let's say you do not have to wait for Black Friday doorbusters in person for the best deal you can find these deals online they say have a game plan no it's going to be on sale by looking at the newspaper ads or looking online or checking social media try blackfriday dot com also try phone apps like shop Zilla Google shopping PriceGrabber they'll help you see prices in the store and compare ISIS with other
"fogarty" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Funny. He did it on the show belongs to us and we'll be doing it. You know what you're gonna. Make some sweet cash off of that and that's as your race from that go unnoticed exactly the kind of shirt that he would have been nice. Yeah sure sure <hes> jeff fogarty overdue. I like john fogerty and what's not to like the guy wrote them laid the leads. Were you wearing saying what's not to like the guy because everybody everybody paints john fogerty the same way they paint roger waters as an arrogant idiot <hes> but john fogerty seems like a pleasant man whenever i meet him. I met him once. I never heard that about. I've heard that he was like this this area and i think he had a <hes>. I think he had a bad experience. I think he was <hes> had an angry period and then i think he i've always enjoyed meeting him and i. I've always again said who else writes the songs he sang the songs he produced them and then he <hes> he played the lead. He plays great guitar parts. Yeah i like. I like his alive album premonition. If you don't own it <hes> great your friend. Jack white's another guy like that. He does all jack white. Does everything yeah it's an and he's he's funny and really creative and creates. He's got that <hes> he has that <hes> <hes> hat. She's got that had read was completely blanking because i'm so hungry having eaten raw. He's got an andy warhol ability to create his on world. When you hang out with with jack he's got people around him who were dressed a certain way and there's a certain aesthetic and there's a certain he's he's. He's designed his entire life and i think god give it up for that guy. You know yeah. He's gonna go what oh controlling weirdo now not at all. I don't feel that way when people make <hes> <hes> have you when you see the way he lives what he's created. I think that's really cool well. I have not seen that so. I will <hes> i won't these are i'm talking about. Inner sanctums rarified verified air. Talking about special are uniting off. I i live in a special. I just walk on raindrops. I a man who lives in the clouds lads. I'm i'm a gas. I'm really gas a third. Life said yeah brother all applicable. Do you want to that story. Oh my god. Is this going to be the big finish because oh let's take a deeper into the bunny hole. We're getting on a plane. We're coming back from the san francisco sketch. That's fast who's week <hes> matt belknap pat francis fellas on that poster and <hes> we're coming back from doing a live <hes> show of this and we get on the plane and there's a <hes> basketball skip ball team <hes> college basketball team couple of gal college basketball teams had <hes> a gentleman america gentlemen says <hes> <hes> he's in the aisle and then he moves excuse me thank you brother and the second set. Thank you brother. I realized just how racist sounded. Thank you brother really really and then just started making fun of myself going on the isle but i say thank you brother to everybody yeah well. That's what's going to happen. Eventually is if you say something repeated enough someday someday. I'm gonna say chapa somebody who's got not right. That's what happened yeah. They're gonna gum me to death really re other but i called my cell phone video..
"fogarty" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Carpet. Okay. You hear that? It's subtly even stuff. Okay. Now. Stop it. Right there. I go back to the folks it's not even the same. I know it's not the same. But I'm saying there was similar similar. Oh my God. You're is what we're doing. This is what we're doing for national radio right now, we're doing this because I got a spear, and my soul or something. I'm like, well, I'm sorry. What? There's no. Sorta like the guitar. Fogarty's spoke that one note it hums and it rings and Nicaragua. Okay, right now. Here's what it is. You're kidding. This is the point of the family reunion. When you set your red solo Cup on the table, and you get up, and you make your way to work the patio with his dancing is to commence. You don't. I'm so sorry for your stodgy family. I'm sorry the dishes. You'll know it you hear that your aunts put on that red solo Cup. Yes. Your aunt with the red solo Cup. You heard me correctly. Everybody who doesn't know anything out on the floor. My favorite thing. Our family reunions was to take video of all of the people over the new who could not and then we would laugh hysterically my cousins. And I we laugh, and it got better like we used to hire band. As four half of my mom hated. I mean, it was always done. But you'll know I'm right now when they that's red solo Cup sits on the table and your push their cares that they get them slip on sandals. They walk out there. Anyway, I had a thing that was going to start with and changes made me raising stuff you're going to be. So let's get this going. So she is trying.
Expert on "Momo challenge" fears
"Day. We got to talking about this Momo challenge. Which has. Surfaced is a hoax. But what's not a hoax is that they're sick enough people out there to even think of the concept, and I don't understand why at this point you should consider this to be a hoax at all. Because of all the sudden, the ideas out there, you gotta figure that there's somebody out there that will decide this is probably a method that they might utilize. But just a just for the sake of clarity. We talked about a mom fighting suicide instructions on kids cartoons on YouTube and YouTube kids and had found videos, praising sexual exploitation and abuse and. Has the story went that. She had she had gotten in touch with you to people in took them a while to get the video down and so on and so forth. And then there was another story about disturbing video challenges reach children in Hawaii. Well, then. Watching the edge last night with Martin Fogarty in in company. And they were talking about the story and talking about how it was all a hoax again. So the so-called Momo's suicide challenge is back in the spotlight despite being widely branded as an elaborate hoax. But you can't tell me that now that the ideas out there, there won't be people that are be splicing videos, weird stuff into videos that kids are prone to see because there's just sick people out there if somebody can think of the concept somebody will provide the reality. Mo-mo garnered global attention last year. And and I don't remember do you. Allegedly started spreading on what's app. Is not what's app owned by Facebook. Players were purportedly urged to commit self harm and even suicide and so on and so forth. So the challenge recirculated in the news this week after parents in the UK claim to find these Erie characters on not only the what's app, but. Hidden in some animated videos on social media. So in a statement to CBS news Facebook messaging app confirmed that it was aware of the recent reports said it cares deeply about the safety of all its users in people of parents, especially have been urged not to panic over the reemergence of the Momo viral phenomenon while remaining vigilant about the many dangers their children could encounter online. And to me. That's the message about all of this is that there's just a conjure up. The hoax is is sick. And if somebody has conjured up the hoax, then there will be somebody who will implement. The style. But the other thing about that is is that you should not write this hoax off as meaning that you should let your guard down and you still should monitor. What your kids are watching on on and doing online and even when it gets uncomfortable. That old line about I'm not here to be your friend. I'm here to be your parent. We can figure out the friend thing later drawers were never spoken. Our fathers day broadcast is coming up soon and one of the central themes to the Father's Day broadcast is many of us had. Large gaps of communication with our fathers at some time or another in our lives. And in some cases, I in my relationship with my dad. We both kinda grew towards each other. I became more mature and started to understand him more. And he started to become a little bit more open minded and understand me a little bit more. And we we both. Finally settled on a pretty strong foundation of love and respect. But that wasn't necessarily the two words that I would use to describe our relationship for those really difficult teen years and all of that stuff of which I would take most of the blame. Because when you're that age, you're stupid.
"fogarty" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"To one seventeen setback to the pelicans tough road trip for the wolves who fall at Memphis at Orlando and then Friday in New Orleans, so the wolves back home and find themselves five games under five hundred or two games left before the all-star break both of them coming up at target center after that game Friday, Taj Gibson talked about how Minnesota can't continue to stay together and battle as they try to climb their way back into that playoff picture. Believe in locker room. Nobody's gonna feel sorry for you. Nobody's gonna believe you can do the opposite is all about what we believe in sustained together. Some guys to stay together. Still got some games place. Never know anything can happen. This got be locked in and get ready for the next game or Monday. Minnesota kicks off their many to game homestand tonight. As they welcome in the LA clippers will tip things off at seven pre game. Coverage gets underway at six thirty John Fogarty on the Timberwolves radio network. And okay, thank you, John. And here in the w she show radio Guinea islanders beat the awhile last night to to one that was tough. And then we'll talk with Jill Schlesinger who's the biggest islander fan in the world coming up at eight o'clock. So we'll get a dose of that for a couple of minutes. I know that's kind of what's going on in sports outside of the gopher woman. Had a nice win in overtime against northwestern yesterday Williams arena, seventy three to sixty four. So that was good for them to get a nice little run going again. And Phil Mickelson is leading the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. It couldn't finish yesterday. Just it was weird. If you're watching it just a weird. Crazy ending. And it was an it didn't end. So we'll have to finish. It is soon today. But anyway, we'll talk about that six forty. It's six twelve right now. A w she show say. It was quite a shock as you know, doc, I know no one was expecting it. But but over the weekend Amy klobuchar now she's running for president. What you're kidding? I couldn't believe a cave all weekend. Dave, I couldn't believe it. You know, who do wait a minute. She told you at the state fair that you would be the first to know or something like that. Now, here's my question. This warning, regardless of your political beliefs. Is she someone who could be President Trump at twenty twenty? What do you think what separates her from other Democrats who have thrown their hat into the presidential ring? We're looking for your thoughts this morning at six one two three seven. Five seventy two seventy one six one two.
"fogarty" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Annoying songs to play wouldn't be CCR, by the way. John Fogerty properly. Rated. All the centerfield office Carter centerfield, John Fogerty. Yeah. I like John Bogel. So I'm down in the corner down on the corner. Literally, I was walking around the corner. One day. Fogarty really was coming in the Bill. No he was getting an van because he was playing that night like way up in one of those outdoor festivals. But like couple hours outside that. So he was in for a long van ride. Where would John Fogerty be playing right now is he casino guy right now or amphitheater? But you guys were talking about. Annoying music. We'll get the context, but when people think of annoying songs. That when you hear them you either are repelled by them. Or they are so annoying. You're drawn to them because it will then annoy others in the room. Because that can be the beauty of it. And like, you know, the journey song does absolutely annoy me, and I'll say that it's a bit of a radio bit too. But now, you guys were talking about Lindsay how you would do this at various bars. Right. Yeah. You go and you get the touch tunes app. So touch tunes. If you aren't aware is when you go into bar, and there's like the digital jukebox on the on the wall and for the most part the bars. Have it set up that you can use this app? You put your credit card, and you get tokens whatever. And then you can play it. So you don't actually have to ever go up to the actual so called Bach. You don't even have to be at the mill if you're in range, you could sit in your car like a total. But you know, I've I've been home before and played songs at a bar that's miles away. Really? There's no real. Had miles. When I lived in uptown, I could pick. I'd be miles. But how do you how do you know, they're playing it because he just registers on my phone while the I knew there was people at the bar that I knew so I play text me. Like did you play this song? Yup. So anyway, yeah, we would go in and you try and play like the most annoying music ever- just to mess with people like so when we went to Chicago, I honestly probably spent one hundred dollars on touch tunes because every bar we go to we would just take it over and at the end of the year touched tune sent me an Email giving me my stats. Did you get one to touch? Tune stats metrics top five songs played in two thousand eighteen don't stop me. Now by Queen Colin Baton Rouge by Garth Brooks. No town, Philly by boys to men all my life by Casey, and Joe gel and faded by sole decision. And then it tells you like your most active time, and of course, it's ten pm. But no, it's it's hysterical to see the reaction in the room when song. Fitting some of the early contenders. My Sharona that. That's second on my list. I have two songs. My Sharon is number two. And that's not even funny annoying that it's just apps. I cannot fingernails on the number one come on. I lean is the worst song ever in the history of music songs about I'm sure I mean, the title, I think says at all. Once you explain, but we'll see when a man loves a woman. Steed, XI's midnight runners. Honestly. Come up. I just love when you can be at a like, we'll go up to forty two. And this has happened multiple times where like an old Hank Williams song will come on and the whole bar will start singing along, and it'll be like loud. But it's like. Hank Williams, right. Yeah. There's nothing better than like when you go to a place that doesn't take itself south to seriously and the touch tunes jam like Saturday night, John, and I went up there just to get a drink in some nachos. And there there were girls out like they were having a good time, and they were playing some like cheesy country love songs screaming at the top of their lungs, and yeah, they were annoying. But it would have totally been me had my girlfriend. I mean bring bring it on not should actually be called a song. But how about the noon hour intro on WCTC radio from noon to three while we have feelings. Born to run Springsteen. Awful. I mean, seriously leave the country. Really? Are you kidding me? I'm not even a huge Springsteen fan. But that my one fact you did say off air, but you did not have the courage to say it on air that you think Bruce Springsteen's overrated. So now you have. So I said that on here. No, we were talking here. Oh, really? No. I just in my person my personal feeling is not over. I mean, I do not doubt the greatness that Bruce Springsteen, I just it's not my Cup of tea. Take it in boys and girls, Adam Carter just called Bruce brings exactly that's over. What is your calling Bruce Springsteen overrated in my book? Yes. Well, it's all our opinions. Right. Yeah. My opinion. Let's get physical. There was point when he was out there an awful lot, right xanadu. Yeah. Yeah. Anything by Neil young or Bob Dylan, another seriously. What's wrong this person to right? I mean. Just not everybody's Cup of tea. I'm still reeling. From you, Bruce Springsteen will reason this came up was because I was driving in this morning. And I'm listening to Corey heavily defending Nickelback and talking about how every once in a while he'll play photograph at the bar because one he likes it in to he likes to troll people. And I almost I mean, it wasn't the snow that almost made me swerve off the road. It was the fact that someone close to my age was defending Nichols wannabe rockstar. Now, they earned the scorn. Now has it benefited them? The fact it's almost it's it's a part of them when you think of it how much it either noise people then people want to rally to their defense. I think it has. Cory now is just crushed. Yeah. Now, I don't like Nickelback this person, I agree with that Bruce Springsteen would you like him to leave the country? No, no. But I'm not going to be dropping. Couple of grand seem on Broadway, though. Like you did. As less than a couple of grant. Was it worth it hundred percent? That's that's I loved it. I absolutely. And I was in phase that it was on Netflix in my house ten days later. No, you're Onkelinx the one who spent a couple of grant. I mean, Bruce, Patty, and I and Carlo we all got together litter someone's knocking on the door someone's ringing, the bell. Do me a favor. Yeah. That's wake me up before you go little Wham. Also as I believe. Yes. Meaning of this person's going after Bob Seger. Are you kidding me? Bob's not now. Bob doesn't sound like he once did. But yeah, Bob was my guy in high school, keep keep the another person Saint Springsteen over rated in somebody else's restaurant Buddha's Alice. Well, very very valid question. Keep the annoying songs coming in the will lay out the guests because we have three excellent guests today and planning good topics to get to Lindsey against Adam Carter Chad Herman here on NewsTalk three O W C WC.
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"Today's podcast is with the fantastic, Charlie Fogarty form at Laura made, New York, and Laura is an online platform that connects business owners to occur. Rated professional network of freelance website designers and developers and digital craves. And they recently announced the secured over two point five million dollars to expand on his own demand. Freelance marketplace loans funding was also led by fly bridge capital partners, among other investors, including hook spot who's going to be including into his own marketplace for interested customers so buckle up and hold on tight as I beam your ears all the way to New York. So we speak with Charlie Fogarty to expand on these on demand freelance, marketplace, code Laura. So massive warm. Welcome to the show, Charlie. Can you tell the listeners about who? You are. Great to be here. Charlie overdue. Co founders of the company to ask more on. We are a modern freelance marketplace that matches talented web, developers designers and digital creatives to businesses and teams under a hundred people and do it in an on-demand action. So it's incredibly easy to tackle projects. Usually under a thousand dollars by using the Warren platform. We've been in business for about a year and a half now. So it's been quite well. Fantastic. And like, you said Lauren is an online platform and ultimately connects business owners to a curate at professional network of freelance, web designers and developers and so much more. But can you just set the scene and tell the listeners a little bit more about exactly what it is? Also, what makes you you need from other online solutions out there? Absolutely. So starting in the shoes of our client yourself. It is ten pm on a Friday evening. Your business owner entrepreneur you are you run marketing for your company, and you have the sinement do it's usually around or web site, creating a new blog launching a new product trouble shooting, some bug that just driving you nuts instead of pulling your hair, you can put this Warren button that shows up usually within the tools themselves. And usually in a matter of minutes, you connect with one of our talented vetted, high quality freelancers who live somewhere in the world, they show up. They solved her problem. It's very casual conversational, and it's a great mix of vicious uniform ability. And so it's really turning the concept of hiring a web developer of web designer on its head and gives a. Marketer entrepreneur this digital team that they're able to tap into and use with. Incredible us. So that's going to be experienced. And then eighty percent of our people are kind of being strapped North America. And now we have plans in all over the world, really. But we have clients in South Africa, Australia, and dozens of other countries, and then freelancers likewise to support those times on so folks, Japan, Hong Kong, western Europe. Vienna. Bill to witness community around you. Marketing yourself online being successful with all the different technicals entrepreneur might use. I must admit when you speak on Europe. So that with pitchy yourself. So you're going to go into a rod, sterling and pressure. Pitchy of so for the digital world. Busy business. Distant future. Yeah. Recently, secured, a two point five million dollar fulling to expand your on demand freelance marketplace, can you tell me a bit more about that funding and how he's actually going to help you progress. Yeah. Absolutely. So we came out of the tech accelerated program called Techstars in Boston. And essentially over the last fifteen months, we have built the first version of our platform together up the network and awesome key questions around customer acquisition. How do we fit into the space, and then that enabled us to raise this two point five million dollar round? It's led by fly bridge, and then has participated in from some other very folks of his call out. Spot which is a big marketing tech company based in Boston. And essentially what it's going to allow us to do is build up. Our internal team more. Mitch you that much more to focus on building. Better tech and growing both sides our platform, so expert will be call our experts, which are freelancers expert acquisition marketing, and then customer.
"fogarty" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Do you call it centerfield or put me in coach when he died, this is the only knew that he did. I was sad. I was like, I never seeing it. Live stugatz Fogarty was just on the show. I don't think he died. Billy just like killed him. He's alive. Two weeks ago. Wait a minute. He was on whose show to show. Oh, with Greg Cody. Telling you this is a Hispanic song. Feel it. I have a direct and pointed question for you. Why did you kill John? Fogerty DC's live at our show with this Stu gods on ESPN radio. Michael Smith with us. Y'all stupid. Collect a thank you collectively that is correct on what did you make of everything happening around Brady and Bella check? Apparently there's breaking news here. The judge Gordon, a trade is not official. It's not. It is not what it Bella check. Just say it is not finalized yet. Bill check says, we'll talk about it when it's done. If it's done. Apparently the hold up is in the language in the draft pick that's getting back most people so expect for it to get done. So no need to panic, but it is not yet official. Josh Gordon is technically not on New England, Patriots just yet came in with a better offer that that happened. Is that possible? Can that happen? How does that work at the NFL now that it's not a Josh Gordon thing. It's nothing where he didn't show or fail to physical or nothing. Like hold up according to several insiders is that this is a language steel in the particularly in the draft picks going back. How are we in a place where this organization? The pillar for winning in sports across sports is is having a feud at the top of its organization of that the peers to be over credit. Is it a feud if it doesn't manifest itself in failure because it really matter that much with all due respect to the dean O'Connor's book. And you know, we should point out Seth worker sham laid this out in ESPN magazine months ago, I would love to work with somebody. I hate that much and be successful doing it. I would love that like sign me up if I have that kind of relationship, but I get the equivalent of five Super Bowl rings out of it. We don't have to speak. So I mean, I would hate that really would, yeah, because I like communal project so I, I would hate having great success with someone. I didn't like very much, but this great success in there's that that's being the goal standard. Like, I mean, it's, you know. Sticking with the relationship theme about divorce, my wife. I'm so she doesn't like me all the time. I know my twelve year old driver crazy, but guess what? They ain't going to wear. I mean, this whole thing is empty. Like he's like he would. He felt trapped. He would divorce Bill check if he could. Well, you can if you had the nerve to do it, but one without the other call flick without the milk. So I mean, what are we talking about here? Because you know what? Unlike Antonio Brown on Monday. Guess what Tom Brady did showed up the work, single all you want. You can fit to your girlfriends on the phone. He just don't treat me right. You don't appreciate me. He didn't do the love me to. We want the things he did. We got together. That's nice. I guess, what are you going home with tonight? You going on with me gaily leaving you get any better anywhere else. Haven't you done that had great success with someone? I don't like man, the window closed on that show. That was your dad was. Minute Michael woods? Not dog. Oh, I'm sorry. Our. Dollars our blaming, just putting on a fact going to cut the saying was great. I just needed a small. Take constructive criticism. I don't need you credit film session. You could look. You could let the joke goes to. You could've for the joke. Oh, I'm in your life. You could have shown restraint and Bill. Assuming this goes through, he brought him flowers, get have milk without cornflakes. You better put some more on that. You know what I wanted to say. I don't know delay y'all bleep button works. What does he better put support on that? Damn last dollars..
"fogarty" Discussed on Z100
"About never. Having, a. Cloudy day though. Hey Geno welcome to great he's topic train. Which topic you calling about I'm. Calling. The. Old school concert, okay okay first of? All how old. Are. You I'm twenty eight okay so you went to see which banned and you really loved them is, easy top and John Fogarty Tom Tom Poland is about to take off to the, mode They still have those gigantic beards And they barely move they. Just shuffle around on the stage They never really moved along no bad rock, back and forth but it was. Amazing time and John Fogarty he ran. Around the whole stage he added wooden bat. Out for centerfield it was so amazing Okay John Fogerty used to be. In a band called Clearwater they had a song when I. Was a little kid and, I never understood the words, can someone explain the song but the. Words. Were do do do do at my back door Mean to me, sounds like you're taking a William Shatner All right thank you Jenna What are you. Guys working. On another. Call all. Right Homerun? Of a topic absolutely Jamie hi hi how. Are you Good morning welcome to great. Topic, train. Which. Topic. You calling about I'm. Trying to help people? That are still. Rocking. Out how to get how old are you I am thirty okay so you. Went to. See what old school. Musician and you really truly removed Chevy check Yeah There.
"fogarty" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You know what they are in the traditional businesses so a lot of companies actually come to me and say we want to move to subscription pricing because we want to get a better evaluation which to me is a little bit backwards because you want and you want to hopefully provide value to the to the customers but it but it but it's undeniable that you'll get a much better valuation if you have this predictable cash flows predictable recurring revenue we're going through that and the securities industry right now where it's being forced in many respects by this socalled fiduciary standard but when i i grew up in the business there wasn't recurring revenue you got a big old fat commission one time transaction basically nothing thereafter and it made it i mean it was it was lucrative in the short run and it killed you in the long run you had all these clients you had to service the jad no revenue coming in to service them so the client actually lost out in the long run but what they determined is the recurring revenue model is actually far better for the firm in the long run because it's far better for the customer good for everybody when you do it right because it aligns the goals in this case right so my adviser only does well if i do well in the long term which is what i wanna do also sure right so it's better for me as a consumer because they're doing they're doing right by me for the long term we have a real relationship and it's better for them because they know i'm going to pay them on a predictable schedule so it's easier to plan for the future it's more profitable and it's it's better able to grow their business your company's peninsula strategy so i think i get it now the whole fogarty bay area kind of thing.
"fogarty" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"Died and john fogarty how wonderful success which was a loyal agent the bishop norwich about the monks of contrary elected somebody else the pope intervened and the pope insisted does instead of john's candidate the contribution be stephen langton now stephen langton what's actually didn't dish about him but he was a professor of the university of paris he was great academic i'm john just thought what what how can i accept his arch bishop someone i don't know i mean university academics swim into jones orbit very often so i think in some ways he said but also he's being a professor he's practiced teaching the great competent of my great enemy perez john refused have him that lead into a long quarrel with the pope pope in the in the end in them was placed onto an interdict john was excommunicated what it meant was that mass couldn't be celebrated people couldn't be buried in consecrated ground churches were closed i did have a profound effect on the on the psyche here people in england depressing affects obviously it's john who's to blame fred the accounts of eighty they offer ripping they they do indicate a very profound trauma caused by the instincts on the other hand it's perfectly true government went all it didn't stop john exacting large sums of money from his subjects and in some ways journalists welcome the in state because it meant he could make even more money from the church she sees church property so in that sense john came from it i i spent i say well what about john well i mean she had a reputation in piety in politics i mean jomie law carrying mass he the records government show him constantly having to give to the poll because he broke combat false days because he'd eat meat on fly did go hunting on a saint's day hawking when that was restrictions on those kinds of activities john lewis new towards the empire and yet there was still more about one thing about money now the time john came to the throne that walls very great resentment a high level of taxation in england well job sipple his revenues trickled them and that was because in twelve four he lost a large part.
"fogarty" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You know what they are in the traditional businesses so a lot of companies actually come to me and say we want to move to subscription pricing because we want to get it better valuation which to me is a little bit backwards because you you wanna hopefully provide value to the to the customers but it but it but it's undeniable that you'll get a much better valuation if you have this predictable cash flows predictable recurring revenue we're going through that and the securities industry right now where it's being forced to in many respects by the socalled fiduciary standard but when i i grew up in the business there wasn't recurring revenue you got a big old fat commission one time transaction basically nothing thereafter and it made it i mean it was it was lucrative in the short run and killed you in the long run you had all these clients service the geno revenue coming in to service them so the client actually lost out in the long run what they've determined is the recurring revenue model is actually far better for the firm in the long run because it's far better for the customer good for everybody when you do it right because it aligns the goals in this case right so my adviser only does well if i do well in the long term which is what i wanna do also sure right so it's better for me as a consumer because they're doing they're doing right by me for the long term we have a real relationship in it's better for them because they know i'm going to pay them on a predictable schedule so it's easier to plan for the future it's more profitable and it's it's better able to grow their business your company's peninsula strategy so i think i get it now the whole fogarty bay area kind of thing talking about your business and how you can help some of the folks out there that are listening.
"fogarty" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Grand aunt vinnie legs vinnie says right now i'm listening to john fogarty's center field and really getting in the mood for some baseball what's your favorite baseball song the gets you in the mood for the game buster then i am the right there with you want to cover the nashville sounds 1989 in 1990 when the nashville sounds would take the field that's what they always did it to they ran out to the fields to two fogarty that was it's a great song as whittle always think of the puts me in the mode the and buster let's see how well you know me which song is definitely not for yours truly wow what song i i don't know what you referring to sweet caroline buster not a fan of those major tweets combing use the hashtag yet before you finish that have you ever song along this week lent ever no comment oh live parker see in the podcast today i love it i'm not here to talk about the past buster i can't be held responsible for what i did when i was six years old an innocent and not jaded oh my goodness well that's it for today my thanks to sarah lang's to keith law is regardless stand there and judge into josh maccari produces podcasts every day except when he's on his six weeks of vacation thanks for listening everybody baseball tonight podcast if you'll claim that as he baseball don't forget to listen to the fantasy focus podcast check out all podcasts at espn dot com slash pods center baseball tonight the podcast.
"fogarty" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Some say you know you know just as kind of revolt what is that this was because while i'm very loud but uh when he cut in ears what's i don't get the deal they're trying to control the sown the seeds of things if the singer's in front of the mic and then he walks away from the mic in all said my drums go flying into his mic or i and allay delay and then the the engineers like going what's going on here men sound so they changed if that especially syms so they kind of tame so they were there but then they got good year monitors and then they kind of went away a little little bit but it just sorta depends from artist artist yeah and it depends though like what kind of fidelity you want and how loud the bands playing and so as fogarty playing all the ccr zia oh yeah they may have favour like next time you play with fogarty yup deal i hear edged up a request when he when he does like fortunate son or traveling banner something you player nuts off when he does old man who lives down the road you just cross your arms easily back your has learned chienchih subjective that's a photo orval song i just i won't be a part of it especially after plain these songs i'm not here the old man moved down the road by earner just to speed conscientious objectors go look i here i can't play i turned it into a in a cdc song return orlando elera turned it out of the drums i i i just crush it.
"fogarty" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"With our esteemed punk technology you might enjoy it i don't like any of those were oh wow webs we could well where did you see it elliot i saw the show to you did would you guys think i think i think it was horrible i was on the road somewhere it did his job it killed two hours my day that's every movie to me it's it's like a transformers movie it doesn't do anything good but when you see a bunch of stuff right care for that comparison at all because it's a spectacle there's lots of special ex tackler wild wild west is the godfather compared to the transformers movie they believe in that is true really long a lot of italians wow with a horse's head ends up in someone's bed but you're immortal is aso boy that did not see that insult coming stories before it can give me your backups again quickly fogarty go uh i also have fogarty perry farrell and a really a s fraley i guess perfect has bertel really had solo album currently from ninety nine until now has to be someone who's who's like as their own name has been on an cover and that's a rules of this does get it would be and your other ones were what it would literally did clint for i was ill clim thrive any the money out let me get the money out better be twenty forty i'll quote in sink spanning married one two three four exit from relationship.
"fogarty" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Fashion magazines including international editions of good and cosmopolitan uh she's she's dead to what about tom fogarty all really yes he died of aids still apparently i gotta read the rest of it here but bad muna a rising fortunate son all that nonsense he that in 1980 of aidsrelated complications i didn't know tom pobedy was dead i didn't either is that is not the go sang center for me and coach pakistanis been dead since what was it again the 9th yeah wow he died of aids that's crazy here 1990 i'd want to know that the picture that popped up of liberace's hilarious he didn't think he was what they're saying temple they contracted the disease during a blood transfusion all that stuff wow that's never jordi game oda the fogarty banned whatever that was the proud maritime what is that credence what are you there are revival yeah yeah and they said the him in his brother never had a chance to make up before he kicked all that's off ad um i don't know we'll have these people are my lewis talk about to us talking about stop blocking the deck rambo i don't know why don't you name people trying to peter out and view can't figure it out that don't throw those at me michael g there is he related to not be there could be said if anything happened to him or or cheater family yeah i don't jerry smith all football player for the redskins fan care powerball pedro samora glenn burke played the oakland a's baseball team years ago john curry was the figure skater rob howard for my was not dead rob helford the lead singer of a judas priest came out as being gay and that's one nine seven eight six nine seven and what's funny.
"fogarty" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Plo good and cosmopolitan uh she's she's dead to what about tom fogarty all really yes he died of aids still apparently i gotta read the rest of it here but bad muna a rising fortunate son all that nonsense he that in 1980 of aidsrelated complications i didn't know tom ford v was dead i didn't either is that is not the go sank centers and coach that guy's denny's been dead since what was big in the nineties yeah wow he died of aids that's crazy guy 1990 i'd wanted to know that the picture that popped up of liberace's hilarious didn't think he was what they're saying tump over the they contracted the disease during a blood transfusion all that stuff wow i never toured a game oda the fogarty banned whatever that was the proud mary what is that credence what are you doing there are a revival yeah yeah and they said the him in his brother never had a chance to make up before he kicked all that soft let's add um i don't know we'll have these people are my list talk about the ones we're talking about stop blocking deck rambo i don't know why don't you mean people trying to peter allen you can't figure it out that don't throw those at me michael g there is he related to derek jeter nappy there could be said if anything happened to him or or cheater family i don't jerry smith is all football player for the redskins i don't care how ball pedro samora glenn burke played the oakland a's baseball team years ago john curry was the figure skater brought helford from my was not dead but rob helford the lead singer of judas priest it came out as being gay and that's one nine seven eight six nine seven and what's funny you say that because i was a big priest fan i cannot grow a lot at slip when i was younger i loved him i w i'd be listening all this stuff and now everyone rob came out i started listening to the words them like shit unknowns really two minutes to midnight need something totally.
"fogarty" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Dead to what about tom fogarty all really yes he died of aids still barreling i gotta read the rest of it here but bad muna arising fortunate son all that nonsense he added 1980 of aidsrelated complications i didn't know tom pobedy was dead i didn't either go sank center phony coach that guy's denny's been dead since what was big in the nineties yeah wow he died of aids that's crazy guy 1990 edward know that the picture that popped up of liberace's full areas i think he was well the saying over the contracted the disease during a blood transfusion all that stuff wow that's never tour to game the fogarty banned whatever that was the proud maritime is that credence what are your thorough revival yeah yeah and they said to him in his brother never had a chance to make up before he take all that's off that said i don't know we'll have these people are my lewis talking about talking about stop blocking who is the deck rambeau i don't know why don't you name people are trying to peter out you can't figure it out that don't throw those app michael g there is he related to direct not be there could be sad thing happen to him poured or cheater family yeah i don't then jerry smith isn't all football player for the redskins janaka powerball pedro samora glenn burke played the oakland a's baseball team years ago john curry was a figure skater brad howe for from was not dead rob for the lead singer of a judas priest it came out as being gay and that's nine seventy six nine seven and what's funny you say that because i was a big fan i can i grew up but when i was younger as i loved him i i'd be listening all this stuff and now everyone round came out i started listening to the words of unknowns really now two minutes to midnight need something totally.