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"harish" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

07:55 min | Last month

"harish" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"Teams in house. Father bryan marketing and content marketing leaders leaders will be able to articles about who many indulge but as any behind we quipped agencies media by our media. So that's the combination that works. I wouldn't say it's the only way to do it on. Multiple trump in fact. Even we have been wallowing in as we see success sunbed as we learned more from evan. Dumping that we have in michigan. He was over so far award very organically and he does come together. Greatness got it Usually what goes into deciding. You know when you decide to externalize something when you decide to build in house capabilities. How do you make the distinction or the decision. So the way we think it. Donald extent is i would like to follow baton instead. Somebody fantastic in digital marketing who's An really liked the agency. We look if you find that somebody is an amazing creative island in idea. Insights filmed elopement. We go out and seek them out. It depends on holiday bad with us. They want to with very closely happy to bring them on board as in condensed sentiment. So one is how we can work with them. Second is leverage right. I would want to be working on the most important problems on statements that we have as a team and let partners help us with what we need 'execution and also capabilities. We don't disagree. So that's how. I think about it so going back to my previous on said digital payments predominant house because we found fantastic but working with us at the leadership level and we work with the Media's easier to buy and we have experts and hence we can go ahead lingo In house creative team is in house. Also at least two teams reynolds on so far. The reason that the decisions under times for petunias are very very short. So if we depend on external agencies if you he takes more time looking at other teams the band been the loyalty theme these all. Actually fantastically does and fantastic members in house but there are some capabilities which even seek help walks and so we have not built a team that can go and shoot become at scale of its liberating. We also have a in-house relocation but use them for quick cuts on it on products as we do the eighty dollars of your feelings and toby use that for example on the other one for example would be the of marketing agency. We have a fantastic contenting Who also managed solution now if they had to go and manage opposing insurances It is going to eat stone and daily. We had so. That's how i think about it. We have the night in hosting work on the most critical aspects and where we don't have capability or we need help bike. Scape illegal to experts. And that munitions factory. I thank you for that big done. He's just wondering as a cmo at a high level. What are the core metrics that you look at and can you just with a sense of why those metrics that important you should really matter to me out of the top of funnel metrics which are off a users and we also attacking starts because if you look at the fundamental exhaustion engagement we usually look at the kind of time that users are spending on the for loyalty we have metrics on retention on how valuable customers are our insurance behaving differently and better than the avenue. These had broadly the metrics. We obviously have one level. Doubleclick doubleclick and all of these methods. But i wouldn't want boo into that level of tvs for this but it sounds curious to know how much marketing view in to the laci would last one standing around or sitting it in border today. How much you have to buses so much actually hands-off that's a good question I would actually be phased out to say you know how much the cost do i get to practice. Let's put it that way. And fortunately that relationship that i have it might be under way we have built the decision making and also elaboration within the team is actually radio so fortunately for me. I get to do that today. It's not so much of interruption on micromanagement does actually the teams coming to me. That i find sometime. Read the need my head. On speaking my opinion that happens very very grew so they can example for nine campaign. I would have seen the beef i would have seen. The i got. That would have seen. I would have been part of some incoming sessions. i would have socked to the bpm. The brockton meetings out of discussed auctions on defense spending methods to be agency. So i would be pretty heavily on bud not someone day to day perspective but at the right moments in time where strategic prices. I'd be mid one on that. I cannot a lot more value because of a particular experience so because of my experience in mobile. I'm very close to the latest in digital marketing rather though google ecosystem Things will be a lot of new players. That a lot of doubts off experiments that i can add value to the men that can come in them on the little so in that i spend to step in a bit more again right points in demonstra back in the team's he loves you know landing executing on all these initiatives ada bonington yesterday which gives it onto. I'll usually ask a few questions. Lincoln's i might wasn't what his job on this problem. It's not who can delegate to delegate up down or sideways. The second question is announced mentioned. Is that a problem that does not come to me. Read i would be the best i sandro. These two questions usually help me identify where should jump in and wearing should step and so i quite liked the balance so compared to what else doing as a brand manager in. Png the people side of the house a lot more of my time. So i spend a lotta time in one on ones on related parts and started these docking. Who making sure that. I'd people are working like problems and shutting people are happy. Doing more is taking more and more of my time. but that's a good thing i enjoyed. That might be on how you about minded pretending hall often be reports and the cycle understand. One of the kids is like On your he. I meet my reports one on one occasion So we have a meeting first thing monday morning. We meet as a team to the for the weekend. The land for the nineties start. Everybody is working on and then i made them online to go deeper into nokia Read i need them on. Addition to some is aboard the in some is a burger work so that's how we usually review cycles from other viewpoint. It is dependent on the project is something that we need to launch in the next month.

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"harish" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"harish" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"Halal by your gil. Harish and unscramble sheer easy. Do and now. it's time for countries segment. This is the part of the show with each of us described something that might have surprised or amused delighted or enchanted in sold or me even flew this as we win their way through our world over the last don. What is your country. Well hanako would seem to be the ultimate holiday of the nationalist particular celebrating the jewish victory over the syrian-greeks to restore our religious practices and yet hanukkah's also a holiday of the universal celebrating. The victory of.

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"harish" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"harish" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman

"Right? It's about. Mission and the mission changes over time. But if you of keep that mission in mind and That that's a a weight up to bring people walk. Yeah. Yeah and I think being being A. Like. A product market is a IS A. Super Skill to have to drive the stuff internally or with customers. Yeah is there a time like you have like a high level example talk about some secret sauce within a company what a time where you like really got stuck? You know you're trying to like drive successive initiative you really got stock but you're able to. Leverage one of the older. Legacy people and their point of view kind like breakthrough. Most definitely I think you know it's In the role right before this, I was responsible for those the whole go to market off, you know the one of the. Digital transformation or says I don't WanNa get into too much specifics because of the. Specific Expertise Jack. A, why do you think stock and then like outed like leverage people who had more history help work as part of the change required a massive of appreciable system change. Market is not just the way we settle the product, but it's also billing and operations implementation all the things to get that our future customers successful in any digital transformation. What if you bring in a consultant a single point out is the operational part is the trickle got to does not move. It's the roots that's been there for years thirty, five, forty, fifty years, and it's the hardest thing to change, and so you know this is the example that I alluded to. Earlier as it was actually the person that runs that in this initiative, you know this person that have been there for. I would say thirty five, forty like a long amount of time and. Were and it took me a good. It took me a while to realize that the way to to. To move forward was by building that trust by listening and like it's a very small things like not interrupting this person in a meeting. On a soapbox, let the soapbox play out if you need to get another meeting after that let it happen because if you interrupt the soapbox your don and so these are personal learning but this person was was the core, the decision maker. To her to say, what should we do and so that kind of human learning but then Being able to actually really structure arguments in structure of thinking and bring real solutions to the table with optionality and not show up seeing this solution right Rawlings, small things. But it took me a while to learn that. That is how then we will to break through and actually flipping around and have her be a proponent of options for taking the point where she would shut down other detractors like it was beautiful to watch right and so. Two point because she was like. Why are you searching? We let let let's let's do this for the whole company right now. Just this one on initiative. So I think things like that..

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Podcast listeners are listening longer

podnews

04:45 min | 5 months ago

Podcast listeners are listening longer

"Constantly, listening longer says Cumulus is Westwood One who has published hits podcast download full twenty, twenty reports. It's their fourth annual study among the findings. spotify is closing the gap with apple podcasts by total listeners it's close twenty, two percent say the Apple, the most twenty percents specify the most willing to that today from our show notes and our newsletter. Do podcasts compete with music listening spotify has an RND division. We discover and release some data in April saying as people pick up podcasts listening, they tend to add it to their previous habits. So music listening remains almost the same once people discover podcasts, good news for musicians although possibly not quite so good news for specifiers hoping they wouldn't have to pay anybody for their podcasts guest. podcast analytics and attribution company. chargeable has raised two point two, five, million dollars in seed funding. The company is tracking one billion downloads a month protracted nearest competitor tracks. One point five, billion, we use that. So congratulations to Dave and Harish. Jack. Mates. Happy Hour from stuck on off has become a spotify exclusive in a youtube. Video Jack Announces spotify offered me a life changing amount of money. This is a game changer for us and ads I've never had any communication with Youtube. Former NBC and Fox News Anchor Megan Kelly is to launch her own podcast network without the constraints or political agendas of other media outlets. She says Devil May Care Media's first release will be the Megan Kelly. Show coincidence record for Mac. Os is a simple audio recorder that sits in your menu bar records records loss less if you like. Could be good for safety copies congratulations to podcast host blueberry who have a free virtual events tomorrow to celebrate fifteen years in business. They have Trivia and prize giveaways, congratulations, Todd and Mike, and everyone else at large media has new logo of bold new look from the same great company. You'll find it in our newsletter today and hereditary is building a MAC based audio editor for podcasts. They want your help to learn more about your production process. We've a new section in the news it's going to happen every Monday it's called the tech stuff. It's with our S S dot com or an excellent podcast hosts. Normally, it's not gonNA make it into this podcast. Today it is. It's aimed at developers and technologists working within podcasting Zahir goes. The podcast index has added a language fields taken from the podcast assassin plans to add eight detected language field in future to catch those podcasters who haven't correctly set it. Joe Morocco has also produced svg versions of the podcast indexes logo, which we now show in own search who websites development documentation has moved pages on get hub at hyper catch as now using the podcast index according to Adam. Curry. His podcasting ready Ip v six asks Thomas Harasser. He notes that some of the largest podcast hosts still don't support Ip six and that some phones in India now I six only at least for media files don't support Ip six you're losing listeners especially in emerging markets he says. And Asandra, dear ferrier used Google Cloud Platform to produce transcripts for his podcast in. Italian. Willing to his notes in English on how he managed IT Marco armaments writes a tongue in cheek clarification of apple's in APP purchase rules which are ever. So slightly opaque, and after we reported at bug charitable correctly setting an RSS user agent, we have more details and best practice. Thanks from our show notes and our newsletter today. And in podcast new seventy million is back for season three, its season premiere seventy million takes you inside Chicago's Cook. County jail during a rapid outbreak of covid nineteen spotify podcast launches, incredible feats today, it say daily show profiling amazing achievements made by people from all over the world hosted by Dan Cummings it's a spotify original available everywhere returning last week meddling adults is a podcast game show for charity with two guests solving children's mysteries from classic series like Scooby. Doo It was the caretaker. Linked to how they made it in our show notes newsletter today and good morning podcasts is podcast in English and in Spanish each Weekday Talk to interesting people in the podcasting scene,

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"harish" Discussed on Impact Boom

Impact Boom

07:21 min | 7 months ago

"harish" Discussed on Impact Boom

"Down millions of people with to leave and they had two kilometers. The question is that means our safety nets were not there. The anomaly might be booming at seven percent seven plus yet. So there was a clear cut. Case in the gory nineteen that economy that many of the millions people were not part column. And so I think on a positive note, it has shown the stock could reality number one and number two is and many of us in the civil society have also woken up I think saying that okay. What has I mean I don't blame the government frankly speaking. What has happened to the two and a half decades of civil society work that nobody created enough safety nets for this to happen. Yeah. Like we do not have a single example and so the question for me was this, I was also approved the friction of philanthropic capital as well as social enterprises, and what are they coming up with new options, a new business, more new transaction mortars, and this is Rodman's show what the true social enterprises and I think the challenges in India would be not challenge. Opportunities to look at decentralization of anything. So how do we create a hundred kilometer two hundred kilometer bubbles where agriculture local economy looker production alochol consumption is in no longer need to convince people. That's the way to go because that's the only hope to get the economy back yet absolutely such a great point I think that point and many others will very likely be discussed at this year's social enterprise will form where yours Beta dish and it's the first year that the form is fully online months. Thanks. So, there's plan to be over three hundred thousand entrepreneurs that are expected to attend some curious to hear what are you mice looking forward to about this forum and what do you think of some of the key things that just must be discussed and debated Amongst the that attained. I think she's just as I had the last photo Mitchell's held any it'll be AH I. Think it's also a dying for the entrepreneurs in the social enterprise space to reflect upon themselves. And so many times what happens is a social entrepreneurs and enterprises always think it's holier holier-than-thou like be a better and other enterprise bad and they're doing this and it's all about complaints on hold everybody else's inefficient great I think it's all sort reflection we need to do ourselves saying that what is true way of running a social enterprise? What are the? How do you look at the transaction costs? Truly what we are saying that you know that we are. Back forget the numbers that forget. Okay. reach the undercover know four hundred thousand doesn't does it matter to a Brazilian kid? The Brazilian kid would say, okay how did you do? It is more important that home numbers duty. Right. So so I would also request Laura of the against social enterprises. Don't come to a forum like this where you are representing many of the voiceless in down of voiceless entrepreneurs, voiceless enterprise, and voiceless people you're not representing organizations wants you're speaking of this he w F. So you're speaking on behalf of the sector, and this is what I want everybody to reflective arbitrary efficient to record social enterprise, and if many of us back, that would be greater value to the sector of. Value for leveraging lot of soft money that of all of us bring to the table. Completely and so. In talking about the social enterprises, which enterprises g fund truly inspiring in the way that I work with ecosystem also the systemic approach dish, are there any particular initiatives that you've come across which you believe just creating some amazing positive social change D if you at a very, very small scale if I look at it, any street render is classically a good social enterprise because see somebody a street trendier provides the products at the most affordable pry is to the poor at the doorstep and you never hear an an is sustainable over a period of twenty, twenty, five, thirty years younger. You hardly ever hear strength going out of business. But a little larger level you can say save, for example, self employed women's Association yet ambitious, which started in nineteen seventy as liberal woman by eleven bar in amador basically looked very holistic. Okay. We needed to livelihoods dictator, save our rural, and then they have to create a linkage to market indicators say translated. Okay. What happens to children will come when the women enter production it created a childcare. So just building those blocks of sustainability what is required in inward and outward looking and completely owned by the women they the same bank is unlike you pick a loan from the bank and you get an. Extra to be ashamed of the bank tooling, it's like it's there's no difference between managing directors sanity and the dividends that actually paid to the poor street who's part of the shed ordering of the Bank itself. So that's an enterprise that pushed equally and I would say one of the best the other social enterprise t they have bought for profit profit structures, but are completely in a manner that is. In. Similar to the midnight L. A. in in mother I, which is the enterprise which actually balances between healthcare and how does it Roy so to the poor and rich ready the domain. Zero is equal for everybody is the Brie. With, little bit of a difference, yet a dead but the quality of health eye cataract operations is Freddie. It's absolutely the the same doctors in the same theatre table for the potent I think. That really stand out in the social enterprises at actor namely, but the thousands of street vendors and all enterprises in their own ways, Linda of broadening, affordable, customized, which tables to the place that they're selling. Yes. Absolutely. A great point stick some links through to the couple of just mentioned that. So, how does to finish off thin books and resources? Are there any particular gems that you'd recommend listeners? I would say one is by China. Who writes everybody loves a good drought. It's a book written by piece I, not on on basically saying that how? HOW EVERYBODY LIKES FROM From officials to and were margin the lights and other shoemakers smallest. Beautiful. I mean, these are the both ends of. The shows you negative site and on the positive side what can be done and especially small is beautiful is to raise work is what we need under postcode scenario absolutely such relevant raids in great recommendations. So haddish, it's going to be an absolute pleasure to see you this year at. Digital and are just like the. Thank you very genuinely for your insights, your time and your long dedication to helping. Over the and help grow this ocean..

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Hiroshima marks 75th anniversary of atomic attack

Morning Edition

00:59 sec | 7 months ago

Hiroshima marks 75th anniversary of atomic attack

"Marked the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima today with a ceremony that was scaled down because of the pandemic. As NPR's Anthony Koon reports from Seoul. The bombing killed 140,000 people, most of them civilians. Participants observed a minute of silence at 8:15 a.m. At a ceremony in Hiroshima's peace Park. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe remarked that as the only country to suffer an atomic bombing, Japan must work for the elimination of nuclear weapons. Hiroshi Montemayor. Kazumi Matsui pointed out, though, that Japan itself has refused to sign a U. N treaty to ban atomic bombs. In a videotaped message, U N Secretary General Antonio Good, Harish lamented the fact that Postwar arms control agreements are unraveling. Japan still has more than 136,000 survivors of two atomic bombings. Their average age is over 83 there are 9200 fewer of them than last year.

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Tear gas shot by Turkey and Greece over migrants at border

BBC World Service

07:03 min | 1 year ago

Tear gas shot by Turkey and Greece over migrants at border

"Now for over a week Greece and Turkey have been locked in an acrimonious standoff since Ankara announced it will no longer prevent migrants crossing to the European Union Greece's vowed not to let migrants in its Coast Guard boats have forced migrant dinghies back at sea and have fired warning shots Greece's prime minister has said that Turkey has orchestrated the crisis and he's using the migrants as political pawns Turkey accuses Greece of endangering lives and violating international law on asylum at the border town of Kasur niece they have been further clashes Turkish forces fired tear gas across the border Greece security forces responded with tear gas of their own and water cannons this in a bid to stop migrants from crossing and then late last night fire ripped through a refugee shelter on the Greek island of Lesbos this was a school for refugee children located inside the same compound on the line is the Arab Israeli journalist Lucy Harish she spent some time at that school only a few weeks ago Lucy good morning welcome good morning Julian thank you for having me what are you hearing about the events of that school in the last twelve hours or so well basically what god I've heard in the last twelve hours is that the police are still investigating double deliberate to ours and that occurred in the school and we have to understand the what happened on the island on Lesvos island which has been let's say then like everybody were in one way or another looking that this is going to happen I think that clashes when I was there few few weeks ago clashes occurred between locals and between extreme right activists that came in today online and basically all the NGOs spoke had a big meeting a few weeks ago with the E. U. and they explained very delicate situation that they're in so I think that in one way or another everybody were expecting that something like that will happen just just give a bit of context about because clearly nobody's going to justify the violence that's going on here our system numbers I mean when it when you look at the numbers of people arriving compared with the number of people who live on less boss most of the time he's he's a strikingly dramatically different number that is why there is exactly this is the point this is the exact point that we need to focus on because I not in last boss and not this specific part of the island there is a refugee camp Moria refugee camp where refugee camp was built originally for three hundred three thousand four hundred people right now it contains twenty three thousand people so we're talking that the locals are that are living in Lesvos are twenty seven thousand people so basically we're talking about the same amount of refugees compared like the same amount of people were living in Greece so I think that the clashes were or something that everybody were expecting and and I understand like you know like you said we're not of course are talking or about this specific violence but we need to understand that that was something that everybody were knew that it's going to happen and that for me you know the school was a ray of light for the refugees this school basically contains two hundred and fifty students are the school operates from the morning until the evening and the morning they're giving like Moore told our people work to to study all language and in the afternoon hours are around one hundred and eighty children refugee children are coming to school and studying in their own language some of them are studying Arabic some of them studying in Farsi some of them are studying in friend told by the refugees prism yes and taught by fellow refugees this school was built originally by the youth movement official match that you're Israeli youth movements with a child the Israeli Arab youth movement out three years ago so it was originally built like into classes they went out they decided that they need to do something as rally youngsters decided that they need to do something they went out to Lesbos and they originally wanted to stay there for three months R. three months we came out a year and a year became three years now they had I think they had they had nine classes everything every single thing is totally burned down and I have to tell you that this rips my heart because I don't understand how if this was a deliberate action I don't understand how someone can actually come and hurt and burned a community center and a school for children you know and the last two years aha the the unfortunate situation is that what you're seeing that of course the Europeans are Europe and and and the international community is basically standing aside with everything that is happening with the refugee crisis I don't want to even start talking about the Arab countries and the Arab leadership because the Arab countries didn't open their doors to the refugees coming from Syria what is happening lately with us out with that the last one varmints that we saw on the news and everything that is happening in Syria will make this crisis even bigger and you seen the Arab countries and the Arab leadership standing aside for the people who are in the school it is very important for them and that's for the teachers and that the that the older daughter the people were managing the school it's very important for them to pass the message that they stand without solidarity with the people of Greece because if we are like you said this is not the problem of Greece this is not the problem of of of of Europe but at the end of the day we need to find a solution to these people worse sitting and and don't have anything and waiting for something to happen and you know saying the few years ago I think it was two years ago that the E. U. R. declared that the refugee crisis and it and it's not if you are walking in the refugee camp Maury in Lesbos you don't see human beings you see shadows of human beings you see people that don't have hope you see people that don't have anything people that are literally living in the garbage and I think yes not forgive me the passion that you feel on the subject comes through loud and clear and we were talking about the politics of it in in some detail earlier on the program I very much appreciate you coming on and telling us the story of that school and I'm sorry it's in the circumstances of these Arab Israeli journalist and Lucy a harsh on events on Lesbos as they've emerged in the last twelve hours or

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All-Star Bam Adebayo Heats Up Miami

ESPN Daily

07:18 min | 1 year ago

All-Star Bam Adebayo Heats Up Miami

"That was the sound of Miami Heat Center Bam Outta Bio doing what he does best destroying souls the court now in its third year. Outta BIOS had a breakout season. Earning his first all star berth and leading the heat to a surprising start today. Espn Zach Lowe brings us the story of one of the NBA's rising superstars and tells us why not everyone saw this coming. I mean at times. It's Friday February fourteenth this is espn daily presented by ADT. Isak Meena thanks for doing this. Oh my pleasure. I like small third time. That means I'm not blowing it. Debbie's whatever the numbers say. I'm not blowing Zach Lowe is an NBA insider for ESPN. His latest piece is a profile of Miami Heat. All-star Bam Auto Bio Zach. We're coming up on the All Star game and one of the first timers this year is Bam Outta bio the Miami Heat Center. Who's in his third season has really emerged as a star? Why did you decide to write about him? I like to write one or two of these a year and I really top out at two. Because they're they're so time consuming and they take so under a port as you know but I like writing about people it's it's one of the easiest and hardest things to do right. I've come to find the sweet spot to really hit in the NBA for players is like between the fifteenth and fortieth best player in the league. Like the top fifteen guys. You're never you just don't get access to them unless you've known them for years and years and years and anything after thirty five or forty you run into like why am I reading about this guys. He that interesting for casual fans it has to be a player that I like is a player. I don't want to write about someone who's game. I just think is empty calories or whatever like I want to write about someone who I think is really good and maybe under appreciated. That's the kind of sweet spot of guy for me. So why do you like Bama's player? Big Guys who can pass are like my siren song. I I love big guys who can pass and when you watch this guy play defense even more than the defense into speed honestly is the rebounding Joe Harish for through and timed his. Jump Perfectly Blue Ray through the clouds for each verse defensive rebound in the afternoon he gets these rebounds where there's like four people under the rim jostling for position and they all jump and then from somewhere else flies in this gigantic guy with these hands that must be made of. I don't know whatever's the strongest possible material that you can make and the ball goes into this crowd of four guys and then this other guy. Just snatches it away like it's nothing. He makes the kind of place where they're winning. Plays and if they come at the right moment and a game. They're like a Gut Punch to the other team. So Zack you head down to Miami to spend time with Bam is friends and his family to get a sense of who he is. Where does history? Begin? It begins with his father leaving their family when his mother wanted to move to rule North Carolina and out of Newark New Jersey and they lived in a single wide trailer in the middle of nowhere in North Carolina and his mom as a cashier at like a meat. Grocery store kind of thing. Earning about twelve thousand dollars a year after taxes. And then all of a sudden she had a son who was twelve years old and six six and could dunk. What was it like for him? You know growing up in that trailer with his mom and no one else. You know when you're a kid you just don't think it's anything right like you don't think it's it's different or whatever. He had a sense that it was hard for his mom and that her schedule was crazy and that they didn't see each other much because their schedules didn't overlap the right way but he was happy at a lot of friends. You know it was fine but he did say by age thirteen or fourteen. You Begin to realize that this is a hard life that this adult like who you just kind of looked at. Is your mom like every other mom has a job and leaves the House. And all that that it's it's hard for her and that they don't have a lot and that she works really really hard for for what they have and that's what drove him. That's where he says he got his ambition and his anger and his desire to succeed was when he realized. My Mom's life is hard. She's tired a lot and I see that and I want to change that winded it. I become apparent to him and his family that playing basketball might be a viable career for him. Once he started playing organized basketball is not till like twelve thirteen fourteen. He picked things up really fast. And you had good natural instincts and good natural footwork by fourteen fifteen. He's on the map of all the big colleges and by the time he's junior mark godfried is helicoptering in to recruit to NC state in like Landon helicopter the field of their school. What was he like a high school player? A monster. An absolute monster have regular forty twenty games just like he was just huge. These teams in rural North Carolina. Couldn't do anything with six eight dude who could dunk? But he was incredibly unselfish. He loved playing point guard. He loved passing two people and keeping them involved. He didn't want to be the guy. Averaging Forty fifty game and putting up numbers there was a story about a guy on the end of the bench who finally got into game. All Bam did was get offensive rebounds and try to pass it in the week at score so Bam grows up in a trailer with a single mom and discovers. He's freakishly good basketball when it comes time to select a college. He chooses that. I'll take more time to University of Kentucky. How does that go first? So when you win big guys get to Kentucky and this was most famously done with Karl Anthony. Towns cal says this cool you can shoot threes like it's cool you can pass and like run the offense but like we have the Aaron Fox we have Maliki Monk. You don't get to do any of that here. My thing for him get and then. Let's really get you to play the way you're capable. You're going to set screens. You'RE GONNA post up. You'RE GONNA GET REBOUNDS YOU'RE GONNA play defense can do big man stuff because if you go to the NBA. You'RE GONNA have to that stuff well before you get to do the other stuff and so- Bam that's cool like you brought the ball up. You played point guard. Like you're not GonNa get to do that here. He would just say yeah. You know I'm just GonNa do my work like I trust cal. Cal has a record of getting these big guys drafted really hi? I'm working in practice behind. Closed doors on all the fancy stuff. Whatever it takes to win whatever cow says is good for me. I'm going to do and like I'm not going to get frustrated by it. So while he was doing all the big man's stuff and games he was working on his guard skills at practice. Yup in drills with Kenny Pain. Who's an assistant? Kentucky's very close to them. At night he would come back to the and do that. He would shoot jump shots which I. I don't know if you even shot a single three at Kentucky. I haven't checked. Even if scouts didn't see all of it to coaches and scouts would come visitor pick their brains about Bam and whether they should draft him. They would all tell them. Just be aware what you're seeing in. Games is not the full extent of what this kid can

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"harish" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"harish" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Coppola Harish. she's been in the Senate two and a half years and she knows everything. a thing that is to now. did you know that she is an amateur. I'm apologist indict Titian yeah. she's an amateur fractor. and I mean that in a good way. at ten go will you commit to implementing a federal ban on tracking your first day in office now stop right there. there's a federal ban on fracking the price of oil and gasoline will go through the roof. I'll be shortages. to be shortages. we'll have to purchase our oil and gas. from our friends in the Middle East. yeah I had knighted states the list of countries with bands this devastating practice there's no question I'm in favor of banning fracking. she just looked kind of glib she. and then for no no question. find a blessing within a ban fracking Medicare for him in a local couple questions. the question was initially. but again I was out there there there are the reprobate so there the question about my age and I've seen many bad fracking yes exactly that's what we're gonna win a Bacharach. you know my days as a district attorney in the San Francisco city San Francisco taught me pretty much better tracking. no yeah she's in a question when I was Attorney General California. yes. fracking was a very very important and I started to have very recently and you know when I was in the Senate. and I am you know for two and a half years nobody knew more fracking about me and I knew a lot more than Cory Booker I mean to tell you the card is in Arlington I know it so yes of course we're gonna get rid of it yeah I had. and what we can do one day one around public lands and and then there has to be legislation but yes and this is something I've taken on California Avenue on this issue and how much time I have a history driving up fuel costs for the average citizen particularly the working poor. creating shortages yes I have a history doing this in a California court I'd like to project that'll all across the nation yeah fracking. one of four and I don't like this fracking this fracking things cracking factor side is minutes had placed called factor side. go ahead. and you know that we have to just acknowledge that the residual impact of fracking is enormous in terms of the impact on the health and safety of community yes yes of course I no evidence of that whatsoever there's been many studies done I have no evidence about that the water tables and all the rest of it and not enough. look it's been devastating health safety climate change let's see a same sex marriage what else can I mention here yes racism anti semitism it's all kind of bundled in one so if you support fracking obviously you're white nationalist yeah I had thank you. so would you be an offshore drilling yes and I've again work on at. and I mean stuff left and right we're planning things all the time here in California yes yes No offshore drilling no nuclear power no fracking. no coal. that's why all the people in California Norris walk around with propeller caps you notice a propeller caption battery operated Sossamon understand here in California we're very very advanced he noticed our wind farms these massive propellers to come out of the ground acre after acre after acre after all yes yes yes they're beautiful. are there absolutely beautiful. so we hear the blue state of California people run the government here in the blue state of California we know exactly where we're going I plan.

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"harish" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"harish" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And yourself? This ask yourself this question. Yes. How long can you continue? Then Trump at this. I don't defend Trump at this, I di- we'll be the first I often do call him for stuff. That is indefensible. But I also know that there's not one of those other candidates in the dams that would make me. And I always say, let me just see I'm not a card-carrying party member of anything. But I say, well who do we have twenty four candidates? You said it'd be down to three real quickly, which three to think it'll be on your side. I think it'd be Biden Sanders Harish may go. No, warren. Well, I mean, I it's gotta be Warner Harrison, but I think Bernie and environmental survive, the person states pretty well seen by ring. CRO's in California, the play too, because we got the earlier primary. Now that'll be fun to watch everybody. Looks. All right. Bob Beckel see you later. Thanks AM. Seven sixty talk and breaking news. It's Robert G beco-, will you can find them at Robert G Beckel on Twitter. The former one of the original cast members still the legendary, he used to have to have a swear jar because he would say things on live television that were just in. Dana Perino would say you got to put it in donation, every time you do that. And it was a lot of money. Always interesting. Even though he's mostly wrong. A lot of issues are cruises coming up in January, January fifth, the Larsen listener crews, and we've not done one of these for few years. I hope you take advantage of this as a great Christmas holiday gift idea, because you'll be all past the holiday season like I'm really tired. Need some relaxation? This'll be really great. You could do as much or as little as you're like just on the beautiful the ship itself as a destination the beautiful crystal cruises symphony six star luxury, one of the most Elliott smaller ships afloat, it's not five thousand have five thousand passengers. This is about eight hundred fifty. Passengers great attention to detail from the crew members the I it's just top luxuriance and inclusive pretty much. Everything's included in the price, so you don't have to do things like, well, what are you doing for dinner or not much, is that gonna cost and who gets tipped the, the gratuities are included? You have the option of dining and specialty restaurants. They have some great ones premium, spirits, fine wine, champagne champagne special coffees and ins, we dining just kind of hang out in your lovely, sweet twenty four hours. We dining whatever you wanna do. There's a wellness program, there's all kinds of great in import visits. What we're doing this time, we're enjoying California. We leave from San Diego, January fifth, eight nights all along the California coast, Santa Barbara Monterey. We have an overnight in San Francisco, Catalina inside and just a whole lot of fun ever own private parties and get togethers. We take deliberately smaller groups that we can do a lot of things together or stuff on your own whatever it's a lot of fun..

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Word of the Day: Sluggish

BM English Speaking Radio

04:43 min | 1 year ago

Word of the Day: Sluggish

"Sluggish. The meaning of sluggish is slow moving or inactive slow to respond ought to make progress. With beaming leash speaking radio channel, learn venue would every day and impressed the world in this English cabinetry lesson you learn how to use the word sluggish via. Sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English cab lady, and speak English, fluently and confidently. Sluggish is spelled as as. U G G. I S H. The woods luggage refers to something that is moving slowly or not making progress. For example, we may say that the growth often economy is sluggish listen carefully. How we can use the woods. Sluggish in eight different situations in eight different sentences. Example, number one of eight do you agree that today mobile phones and electron gadgets have made a communication fast based but in earlier times people would write letters to each other which would take days to reach naturally. The pace of communication on those days was sluggish. Example, number two eight Daniel would often be sluggish in the mornings. He was unable to concentrate during his glasses. His mother consulted. A child specialist who advised ho to give him a wholesome breakfast. This really head Daniel to overcome his sluggishness. Example, number three of eight when a river origin from source, which is at a height comes down with full force. However when it reaches a plane area the flow becomes sluggish. The surrounding land becomes for tight due to the slowing down. Example, number four of eight Harish was a special child and he needed both attention for learning in school, his father Quested his school to arrange a special educator for herash bed response was sluggish. Ultimately, his father met the school trustees, and they promised the necessary action, retrain English learners in Kabylie development in our advanced English fluency cost at training centers in Rome by but don't you worry? If you don't stay Mumbai, the have an online English ruined. It goes for you to to know more. Visit our website WWW dot Liam consultants. India dot com. Example, number five eight the residents Niyazi show witnessed some criminal activities and immediately deported to the police station, the police visited the area and carried out a raid. However, the citizens were not happy since they found the action to be sluggish. Moving onto example, number six of eight. The sluggish moment of traffic on MG road is due to the ongoing road. Repays Glenn has to leave her home half an early in the morning. So that she can reach office on time one's done. That depends result in brisk means fast movement of vehicles moving onto example, number seven of eight Mr. Yadav, suffered an attack of paralysis this affected, his facial muscles, and hence, his speech has become sluggish. The doctors are Optima stick, which means they are hopeful that he will make a full recovery. In a year's time example, number eight, the managing director of the company called an urgent meeting of all business heads. He expressed his concern about the sluggish performance of the company folded. Market conditions were adverse he wanted everyone to put in the best efforts today.

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"harish" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"harish" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Now that being said, I don't mind doing it. Like, you know, if she don't want to don't want to do it. I don't wanna make any extra work for her. I actually prefer not just for her. But for all our guests to come in and just be themselves and have fun. That's why to me. That's why the show was so good. That's why nobody else's shit sounds like shit because you know, I I don't mind like carrying the research slash setup slash technical aspects of the show if it means that Karen can come in. And just like say what she wants to say these funny Harish wants to be funny. Make jokes contribute have. She wants to contribute. And and that makes the show feel more. What do you call it spontaneous? And same thing with Justin Saint, they would I guess Skype. Like all that stuff. We don't really plan out a lot of segments and all that stuff. So. That that's kind of. I know you were asking. But that's kind of question list, MAC and good. I don't take the lead on this. Good and. But we are still a partnership in the team and lets and good the latest way, we kinda revamped it, you know, I was thinking of ideas, a long time ago about like what we could do for show. I just was like it's her show. I'm not going to really step in into her around and try to change anything. But we still are partnership. So it was like. Let me at least run these ideas about her, and it turned out, she loved ideas. Like, it wasn't just a let's make your show different. It was like, what would you think if we did this this and this on the show, and then we also might be able to put out episodes more often, and we have put out more episodes more often than we still have more in the tank, but we've actually episodes out more out there, and it's partially because of the new format and getting involved and all that stuff. Right. And it's more of a back in fourth. And also, I think with me, and I know with other people, and I'm not as bad as I used to be as far as going awry for technical stuff. I will actually now try to figure out more things on my own. But I remember listening to the pre-game bows think program you and just talking about about why a lot of women have tendency to go to men an accident for helpful technical stuff. And you bought a point. And I didn't really think. About it to you said it was right because women are not allowed to fail. Like, we're women are not allowed to everything or woman touch. You got it. Perfect keys. You have everything got to be perfect. You ain't because the thing is men are probably going to do the same thing. You're gonna do Google it. Bumping around like, even like, why are you? So a how can you do this thing and not be second nature because I had to learn I had to fuck it up..

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"harish" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"harish" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Games for Jello plays video games isn't all that. Hard up here it really gives credence. To. The argument Yep he said it just from, the video games you can point this guy's doing I. Would like to figure out how to. Get. This job analysis to like I know where, the boxes I would like to Pressurized Minimum wage Chocolate Recent years Right so, right there that's the same guy and, he's like people's lives are at. Stake here he's just kidding like he's, making jokes and now the air traffic controller, goes like what do? You do a man don't do that Harish? On say stuff like that Sweet Jimmy job is So we You know I think they will give you a job. Doing anything Right Randy I wasn't really planning on landing God. Man what an unfortunate story. Is crazy, his family says they're heartbroken they said I'll be happy to fame you were stunned heartbroken may seem difficult for those watching a, home, to. Believe Peabo was a warm compassionate man it's impossible to. Accomplish who he wasn't a press release. This is a complete shock to us we are devastated by these events in Jesus is truly. The only, one holding this family together right now we'd like to thank the authorities and they say the families moving forward with. The difficult task of. Processing their grief we appreciate their prayers they want the. Media to. Kind, of leave him alone unbelievable story yeah that's heat sounded like. At least his last hour was Blah blah way to. Go that's for sure. He was peachy and enjoy themselves and didn't hurt anybody. Else thankfully. But, what a wild story that is the news weekend.

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"harish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"harish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Did you know that now we got to how we in brooke line hey how we what's up hey good morning they apply leejay uh i wanna to pursued two elements of the stormy daniel affair which i 5 very intriguing uh uh now i don't want make a blanket statement but you know i'm sure you've heard that uh uh especially uh people like trump know rich people like trump they think they can buy their way out of everything you know they can just create the little messes and uh you know just uh leave the mess uh of by just uh pilot truckloads of money on there but this is another element to this too uh what about bowland eob now she is supposed to be a very devoted wife in remember she gave this paul poll uh of speech at the republican national convention you know and she uh start off by saying i want america to know uh uh this is the man uh i know he's got integrity a wonderful family man you know he's good to his children and so now the con pressed is a snake hillary now uh you know she seven somebody words uh the bill uh her husband and i do i i don't like you cheating on makers no woman likes that but uh as long as you will hold onto a portable power uh you know no will be a will both be snakes together and uh we'll stick together five i'm just wondering now what millennia it was gonna girl uh because she's a totally different woman choose good character uh and uh zinc set i'll singlets character i don't see anything somebody wrote that speech for her they told me to read it and she obviously doesn't like him but stays with them even through well in of various things that may have gone on y'all hear what was harish lawyers yeah certain point because we do know they're all politics is the art of deception and of course they have the power in the money to project a certain image and so a top aide to live behind closed doors uh that's thrill but at least on the surface anyway seem seems to be uh.

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"harish" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"harish" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

"Two but two two there you go rebel districts to plaster it was big enough hangar eighteen guts news on megadeath but issues come up here in a bit soussol tested pledge but the brain and the angel seemingly endless time tom king boom over harish premium here where we debut new music from feared edge artists and this hour got brand new bullet boys that's right a new album coming out from out of the skies which been released on march 23rd via frontiers buzek they just released their first single devil or maybe it's pronounced d evil i dunno its ddash evil and it features guests vocals from jesse use of eagles of death battle there's video forward on line three confined it the new album from ballboys includes ten tracks until so as you're going out brand new booboys forthcoming album from out of the skies which will be released on march twenty food such as called d you will face cleaning wow come on come on this agreement among the no yeah the woman two this moscow's.

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"harish" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"harish" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"Seasons we've we've been saying this she can't let go she can't just be silly she can't just she just can't and we saw that here where she just she gets embarrassed because i think she really is just she's that serious about herself at about what she does that it's like she just can't let go mmhmm and you know be silly be funny be whatever she can't let go of herself she has to be that in control of herself i think is a better way to put it as opposed to just being really serious about it she has to being drawl and i think letting go of herself and becoming a character getting into a moment or whatever i think scarce her ribbons and we'll give ramon universal ruth the blockers rigged bullet boom thriller of your colleague who refers letsmove burn hold odravu ugly trio parent who's been promo trying to snub kookaburra csx while the perma sounds absorbed winner ones purves notably toburk his bugs or sex uh let's harish combo basically johnson is the father knees trying to there's a sex pact between all the kids inaugural have sex at the parents are others so it's american pie but with the parents sort of american pie repairs were trying to stop this with their toes though yes let's try to say you know it's like it's american five at this time the parents know what's going on yeah they find out about the sucked back a we have for the merck probe that was the idea behind it together all going to get late yeah i it's been so long since fc would like the from beginning thursday all right that was the rim regional a movie bright for those of you that have not seen it or were too young to see it had time because let's all remember how long as benson's that movie came out i feel freak in old clubs watching american reunion lira oh god just happened to be only of hooks or whatever and we were back in the room nearly are out there talking shit and affair with that his mother our practicing.

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"harish" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"harish" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I thought to myself it looks like some kind of quilt and when i said the word quilts i thought of my grandma back and my great grandma back in the original plan and the quotes they made and it was such a warm in comforting an middle american traditional family values sort of symbol when i thought this is this is the symbol we should uh take and everybody told me it was a stupid ass thing that ever heard of and it ended up being the world's largest community arts project so um you will portrayed in the moving milk the movie about harvey now directed by gus van sandwich sean penn plate harvey milk annual portrayed by the actor emile harish in your memoir you say that you told him that you're a queen but you didn't want to be bihar trade as a cartoon queen or a caricature of hunting what were you worried about well um i think that just about says it you know i don't want to be cartoon emma real person and i think that sometimes actors especially heterosexual actors in a meal as heterosexual import train gay characters tend to go for the stereotype so you know i just wanted it to be a little more nuanced and he did a beautiful job but uh i i i i'm cleaved jones and i endorse this portrayal handcuffing particular kaufman oh it was great fun i i w we bat up several weeks before filming began we got to spend a lot of time together i got to show my neighborhoods in places at lived tweet had meals together we became friends and it's a it's a a peculiar uh sensation to know that you're being watched by an actor who's going to portray you and i will say that there was one moment i can't remember fact with this in the book or not but there was one moment when i'm driving him around town in a sunday realize that i was trying to butch it up was so horrified when i recall ice what he was doing that's when i took him back good made spaghetti instead now listen you know okay what me gold queen but i'm not a cartoon of at caricaturing better get this right but.

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"harish" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

14:06 min | 3 years ago

"harish" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

"Who will go that will retires apps dues on flotsam and jetsam swell as testament let's continue our it of summer block party here in the kingdom of harish at this time we do triple thrash threat in a triple thrashed threat this week who do has anthrax all and all the other did you are som walk on here in the kingdom cash two dave bye uh uh uh hail to the king baby right yep the mr speaker cold snap in the game it he ripping the car but what's your problem no problem at all i think you'll know where he'll to be key baby and and j j john two of jobs jobs jobs all day two gene.

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"harish" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"harish" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Hour traffic center i'm sam clover thanks sam kyw news time nine 0 for president trump is on his way to texas this morning to see the devastation their first hand the center of tropical storm harvey is now over the gulf of mexico and gathering strength it could be another landfall in southeast east texas tomorrow this time closer to the louisiana board are not good news for those already chased from their home battery in my bed written water every day harish county health department spokesman new marsha biggest challenge we have it were driving and water but then getting a lot of applauded water will have gone there that can potentially be your health hell by downed power lines no critters or or know president trump will be visiting the area today we've pledge our full support as texas and louisiana battle and recover from this very devastating and historic storm this probably never been anything like this jim chenevey cbs news news for many people in houston have been calling the red cross for help and a lot of those calls are routed the philly kyw tim jimenez joining us live from center city with more on that morning tim good morning caroline volunteers are staffing an emergency call centre right here at the red cross building in philadelphia local red cross ceo judge renee cardwellhughes says the calls from texas have been for people looking for the nearest shelter trying to get other bits of information and in some cases they're even stranded and they need help it is really important to have some one is found when your stressed and framed in a long so it does make a big difference he says they've gotten these calls because houston's nine one one system has been overwhelmed the number of calls she says around ten thousand since last thursday the red cross has received right here in philadelphia now this local red cross chapter also sent who more volunteers to houston to help those affected they left within the last half hour both those volunteer say their nervous not sure what to fully expect but there is no other place they would rather be live and center city tim jimenez kyw news radio kyw news time nine oh six north korea launched a missile over japan's northernmost island last night the us and its allies are contemplating a possible response north korea launched a missile and.

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"harish" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"harish" Discussed on WWL

"Filthy filthy mouth and when i'm around somebody the talks like that now it just makes both my little harish curl i can't even baround because honestly i want i want hanging out people that run the no drop in the f bomb every third syllable in what i'm saying it's just grossed to me and it's not that i'm a prude or anything i just don't run around people talk like that is just so low class and so but i was that guy you know and i don't feel guilty about having once been that guy you know i was just a redneck ref kid you know and so on and i'm not that guy anymore i feel guilty about so if the trick is what i'm saying part of it is you put the behavior behind you and let's get you and financial peace university the stuff i learned after i went bankrupt so that i never went back again and i'll show you how to do the same thing and that that puts some of it behind you then the second part of it is feeling guilty for not having kept your word not having honoured your debts so to speak here and there there's two aspects of that that i'll leave you with but i don't want you to think about either one of those these today number one the law the under which you borrowed the money when you when the company loans you money that you did not pay because of bankruptcy they loans you money in a legal environment that says sometimes people can file bankruptcy and give you nothing and that's what that bank knew when they loaned you money so they knew that that was a possibility it was a legal possibilities in the environment in which they were operating in so you know should you just run out in foul bankruptcy just not pay bills at you're capable paying no no enough fuss at somebody for doing that but i don't get mad at people.

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"harish" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"harish" Discussed on WLAC

"And when i'm around somebody the talks like that now it just makes both my little harish curl i can't even be around you know 'cause i destroying i wanna hang out with people that run the no drop in the f bomb every third syllable you know what i'm saying it's just grossed to me and it's not that i'm a prude or anything i just don't run around people talk like that it's just so low class and so but i was that guy you know and i don't feel guilty about having once been that guy you know i was just a redneck rough kid you know and so on and i'm not that guy anymore don't feel guilty about so if the trick is what i'm saying is part of it is you put the behavior behind you and let's get you and financial peace university the stuff i learned after i went bankrupt so that i never went back again and i'll show you how to do the same thing and that that puts some of it behind you than their second part of it is feeling guilty for not having kept your word not having honoured your debts so to speak here and um there there's two aspects of that that i leave you with i don't want you to think about either one of those you these today number one the law the under which you borrowed the money when you when the company loans you money that you did not pay because of bankruptcy they loans you money in a legal environment that says sometimes people can file bankruptcy and give you nothing and that's what that bank knew when they loaned you money so they knew that that was a possibility it was a legal possibility was in the environment in which they were operating in so um you know should you just run out and file bankruptcy just not pay bills that you're capable paying no no and i'll faucet somebody for doing that but i don't get mad at people and uh never speak to them again because they go through a divorce i don't want anybody to go through a divorce it's horrible thing but but i don't get mad and not speak to somebody because they go through bankruptcy but only by go so bankrupt bankruptcy or the avoid it it's a horrible thing right and so.

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"harish" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"harish" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Involved in this investigation with paola harish it didn't matter what evidence anybody came up with that undermined this case paola harish all i wish i had a reason why it couldn't be true jan harjanne was should invited out there for a big photo op show was chased clutch key supposedly the us government had planted noxious weeds on the site in order to keep the ufo researchers away one of the wage turned out to be jim some weighed which is extremely common in grows all over the southwest but supposedly one of the researchers had to wear this fullbody shoot which of course looks really cool on camera and then when uganda paola harris was video about the very same case that's on youtube you find her and everybody else walking through the same wage that they're complaining about you know and it goes on from there i wrote all of this up in the report frank kimbler gave me all of the scientific evidence to show that there was no basis four believing in this crash retrieval case i turn in my report i get a call from jan harjanne he doesn't want to talk about my report he doesn't want to talk about any of the data he wants to know if i have a personal issue with paola harish i don't have a personal issue with her i've never met the lady i'm sure she's a nice lady i just don't believe in the evidence that she has presented and there are many very solid reasons why i don't let me tell you very quickly here she was on the power cast paul harris and i heard her name referred to both ways so we caller paula you can call it what you want and she had said in one particular event that billy meyer we all know billy meyer racking contact he is quoted the real deal and we've ragged on her for that saying you you believe dili meyer entry jeneid it but she said that this some kind of public meeting i met her and she seemed.

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