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"hello margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:13 min | Last month

"hello margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"As mount Cuba centers director of collections and conservation lead, Amy highland, a graduate of Purdue's public horticulture program, has traveled throughout the temperate forests of North America to find rare plants in need of conservation. She's here today to talk trilliums and also how we as gardeners can be more involved in conservation of native plants overall, hi Amy, how are you? Hello, Margaret, thank you so much for having me. Yes, happy spring. I bet it's beautiful down there. At mount Cuba right now. It is things are popping every day. I bet. I bet. So in the report that I've read and all of this information about trilliums that we're going to get into, I was not surprised to see mount Cuba as one of the three conservation organizations behind this report on the endangered status of trillium. But one of the others, the New Mexico bio park society Albuquerque bio park, it did surprise me because I don't think there are any native trillium in New Mexico are there. So tell us about them and about the third partner nature serve and how you all did this. That's true. There are not any trillion species native to New Mexico. And that was not lost on the researchers from the biopark either. And it is one of the reasons why we held our workshop time here at mount Cuba center where we could see some of these specimens as opposed to there in Albuquerque. But the New Mexico bio park has a commitment to these assessments of how plants are doing in the wild. And they work regularly with the international union for the conservation of nature on medicinal plant species. And a little known fact is that trillium is actually a medicinal plant species. So they were asked to pursue trillion as one of the early assessments that they did. They reached out to us at mount Cuba because of our national collection of trillium, and we were able to pull together our third partner, nature serve, because they also have an assessment process that they use. And worked with every trillion expert that we could find in North America. Nature serve also has the nature cervix explorer, the search tool. I mean, I just am a lay person, but that I use if I want to find out kind of the range of a plant where it's wild ranges or whatever, where you can type in a genus and species and it kind of populates a map in real time of where that plant is occurring and so forth. Is that yes, yeah. Nature service a fantastic resource. They not only create maps, but they regularly work with botanists, boots on the ground, looking at these plants in the wild to say, how are they doing? Is this population under threat? Does this population need some external conservation or that kind of thing? Do we need to put a land easement together for this population? So nature serve actually consists of.

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"hello margaret" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:00 min | 7 months ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"That's right, you knew Christina. We could not do this without you. Also with us is Margaret H Wilson who is one half of the two bossy dame's newsletter and one third of the appointment television podcast, hello Margaret. Hello, I guess I'm putting the B and LGD cute. There you go. It's true. You know, I said to our producer, Jessica, I said me and Margaret and Christina, talking about the morning show is just gonna be like a class that needs one person to point out that only one person can talk at a time. To catch you up semi quickly, the first season of the morning show concerned Mitch, played by Steve Carell, being revealed as a sexual harasser or worse. We followed how his abrupt departure affected his longtime co host Alex, played by Jennifer Aniston, and his replacement Bradley played by Reese Witherspoon. The season ended with Alex and Bradley revealing on air that their network had covered up and mishandled complaints and problems in this big kind of revolt. The second season jumps ahead to a few months later, it's early 2020. Everyone's favorite year. Best time to revisit Alex has left the show, Mitch is often Italy, Bradley is hosting with the new partner and COVID is just beginning to become a problem. There are a whole lot of other people to keep track of Billy Crudup plays Corey, a big boss at the network, Mark duplass plays a chip, Alex's longtime friend and producer Greta Lee whose new this season plays Stella, tech executive Corey brings over to run network news. Karen Pittman plays Mia, who now runs the morning show and Deshawn Terry plays Daniel, a black journalist who is hosting that add on third hour. And is looking for a little more for himself. The biggest addition to this season is Julianna Margulies who plays another one of the networks journalists and we are going to talk freely about everything that has happened in the first 6 episodes of this season because those are the ones that will have aired when we release this episode. And the Julianna Margulies character, Laura, is having a romance with Bradley, played by Reese Witherspoon. In terms of current events, not only does this season include lots of COVID, as I mentioned Mitch is in Italy. So you've got lots of COVID. And it also includes the presidential election that we all remember so fondly. So it's a wonderful time. Margaret's, I was not quite as concerned about your ability to survive watching this season as I was with Christina. Just because of what I know about what excites Christina. How are you doing with this season? Oh gosh, Linda, I'm just in love. I'm having such a good time. So I think it might have even been you Linda, but someone smart who cares about sports. What's explained that what they like about sports is it actually has the capacity for narrative surprise because it's not scripted. So any kind of outcome is possible. I think that that is the thrill that I get from watching bad art, particularly bad art, like the morning show, because it's just like there's no boundaries. I don't think they know what they're doing, so I can't predict what they're going to do next..

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"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:30 min | 8 months ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Hello margaret is benjamin shapiro here and thanks for tuning into the mar tech podcast. Which is brought to you by the hub. Spot podcast network not spot. Podcast network includes great. Shows like the. I digress podcast. Which helps marketers streamline their businesses by sharing hacks mindsets and actionable tools. Listen learn and grow with the martic podcast. And i digress on the hub. Spot podcast network at hub spot dot com slash podcast network from advertising to software as a service to data across all of our programs and violence. We've seen a fifty five. To sixty five percent open rate getting brands authentically integrated the content performs better than tv advertising. Typical life span of an article about twenty four thirty six hours for reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear. Call that action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the mar. Tek podcast a benji shabby llc production. In this podcast. You'll hear the stories of world class marketers use technology to drive business results and achieve career. Success will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin shapiro. Welcome to the mar tech podcast. Today we're going to discuss early. Stage marketing tricks. Joining us as lee mills. Who is the co founder and ceo of pithily. Which is the easiest way to snap tag share and collaborate a project photos in real time from anywhere pixel enables customers to document projects with photos that provide a clear view of issues and progress while all photos are viewed in real time where they can be tagged. Scientists pacific members most of what pixel is used is in the construction industry. But it's apple in other places as well and yesterday leeann. I talked about influence or marketing for early stage companies. And today we're gonna continue the conversation talking about growth hacking toolkits but before we get started with today's interview. I wanted to share some exciting news as part of our relationship with the hub spot. podcast network. I've been invited to participate. in hub. Spots inbound twenty twenty one conference inbound is an amazing resource to find inspiration. Grow your network and to learn from global industry leaders across business marketing sales and customer success. And this year's lineup includes some amazing speakers. In business and media including oprah winfrey dave chang spike lee. You know just me and oprah hanging out talking about our media empires no big deal anyway. You can grab a free starter. Pass to access all spotlight conversations or upgrade to a powerhouse. Pass for full access to breakout sessions. Curated meetings on demand content and more the inbound. Twenty twenty one conferences hosted with love. Bike hub spot and it takes place on october twelfth through the fourteenth to learn more about the inbound twenty twenty one lineup or to register for the conference for free could inbound dot com. that's i n. b. o. u. n. d. dot com that's inbound dot com and this podcast is also sponsored by linked in marketing solutions. Let's pretend for a moment that you're about to launch a campaign. It tested well. Your entire team is happy and everything is going. According to plan except for the one thought in the back of your head. How do i ensure that the people i want to target are in the mindset to receive my message the answer is linked in because when you mark it on linked in your message reaches the people who are ready to do business and that means that your advertising campaigns will work as hard as it can as soon as you launch it there over sixty two billion decision makers on linked in. And that's why seventy eight percent of to marketers rate linked in as the most effective social media platform for their organization. I personally use linked in both as inorganic growth channel to syndicate our content. And i use it as an advertising channel to retarget mar tech podcast listeners with some offers from our sponsors and hey the messaging platform is a great way to reach potential podcast guests as well so look whatever. Your marketing goals are from brand building to lead generation. Lincoln will help you reach your audience with the features that you know about like targeting by job title company name and location but you can also re target based on custom triggers from your website or even by uploading your crm lists and customize your campaign based on the action that you want the customers to take so look do business where business is done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first lincoln campaign. there's some terms and conditions that apply. But you can get it by going to lincoln dot com slash mark again. It's one hundred dollars off of your first linked in campaign by going to lincoln dot com slash mar tech. All right. here's the second part of my conversation with lee mills the co founder and ceo of pixel. We welcome back to the marta. Podcast dave grabbing me. I'm every bit as excited to be here. As i was yesterday excited to have you back on the show and to continue our conversation we started off talking about some of your experience working at early stage startups and working with influencers how to get people that have an audience that have credibility to share the goodwill that they've built with that audience and help promote your products or service in a way that doesn't feel like advertising you can start to get some awareness build some trust hopefully even get some traffic from influencers but at some point you have to have a marketing funnel something that actually gets them from awareness visiting your website all the way through the funnel. Talk me a little bit about how you think about growth hacking. What are some of the tool kits that you use to get that initial impression and traction that you're getting from influencers all the way through the final to be your customers at my core. I'm direct marketer. And usually i have little to no budgets so one thing that i'm actually using now i've used was great successful. The past couple of years is the tool called duck super familiar with. I've heard of duck soup. It's du axe isn't it. Yes d- wax. There's a couple of different flavors of tools like this out there but basically i use my lincoln sales navigator in conjunction with duck soup and so i'll run a list for example. I wanna target construction project managers in phoenix. Arizona linked in sales navigator. Chris that lists for me. I turn on duck soup duck soup. Basically automatically reaches out to any second degree connections not first agree with a message and it's not a sales message. It's not a marketing messages. Just like hey i notice. You're an innovative leader in the space. I'm looking to connect with like minded. Individuals is as simple as that. They connect with me. And upon that connection that i sent him another automated email. Hey thanks for with me. I'm flattered i'm looking forward to your updates which is true insincere broadway and then. I asked them if they're using any tools to solve the problem that i saw with pixie. And then if they convert they say yes then it pushed him into hub spot and basically get them onto a demo and then i have a nurture series for them. That's one way. I do growth hacking. Let me stop and ask you here before we move onto the second. So linked in is your lead generation channel. Why do you find linked in to be the best way to reach out the first time as opposed to just doing email.

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"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

06:39 min | 8 months ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Hello margaret is benjamin shapiro here and thanks for tuning into the mar tech podcast. Which is brought to you by the hub. Spot podcast network not spot. Podcast network includes great. Shows like the. I digress podcast. Which helps marketers streamline their businesses by sharing hacks mindsets and actionable tools. Listen learn and grow with the martic podcast. And i digress on the hub. Spot podcast network at hub spot dot com slash podcast network from advertising to software as a service to data across all of our programs and violence. We've seen a fifty five. To sixty five percent open rate getting brands authentically integrated the content performs better than tv advertising. Typical life span of an article is about twenty four thirty six hours for reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear. Call action that. It's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the mar. Tek podcast a bench. Llc production in this podcast you'll hear the stories of world class marketers use technology to drive business results and achieve career. Success will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin shapiro. Welcome to summer slump week on the mar tech podcast this week. We're gonna talk about how to win marketing despite the seasonal downturn joining us. Today is pamela bump who is a senior manager of audience. Growth at hub spot. Up spot is the leading. Crm platform that provides software and support to help businesses that want to grow better. Their platform includes marketing sales services and website management products that start free and scale to meet their customers needs at any stage of growth and outside of being a wonderful platform for marketers. They are also a sponsor of the mar tech podcast. So far for summer slump week pemelin. I've talked about. What is the summer marketing slump. What channels dip during the summers what channels potentially see a bump during the summer and today we're gonna talk about how to recalibrate your marketing based on seasonality. All right here is the fourth installment of summer slump week with pamela bump senior manager of audience. Growth at hub spot pamela. Welcome back to the mar tech podcast. Thanks it's great to be here thrilled to have you back and i'm excited to talk. Not only about. What is the summer slump. What happens with goes up. Book goes down specifically today. One talk about what do you do. How do you recalibrate. We've said so. Far your email marketing efforts might not work as well. Your event marketing strategy probably should be put on the side but your social media campaigns pushing content out to people might be relevant. How do you figure out how to recalibrate and make the most out of the summer months that you have if you are in fact still working so one of the things that people can mistakenly do. When they're seeing that they're having a slump is panicked and say we need to do everything a hundred and fifty percent. We need to try everything. Do everything and really try to rebound as much as possible. But sometimes that's just not possible. Usually when you're working with a team. They have banned with personal bandwidth that they can hit. So you don't wanna be going on all cylinders just trying to do everything you possibly can actually. This is a great time. Where many of the leaders. I have interviewed in spoken with as well as my own team. We tried to recalibrate as you mentioned and use this time to strategize so if we are having a seasonal slump which we can tell from historical data we look back on years past twenty twenty twenty nineteen year before we look at our historical data and see what dips did we have in the past. We have traffic dips on these. And if so. That's usually a seasonal slump if it's a huge dip. That might be something where you might wanna do. More serious course correct but if it's a regular standard dip and it's very similar to previous years you might not be in as much danger and you probably shouldn't panic too hard. What i would do is focused on strategizing. Look at your team and start doing some audits audit what you're spending time on. And what has the highest impact might be good to have one of those two by two squares where it's a low effort high impact situation kind of look and see what has low effort low impact or high effort high impact or high effort low impact and adjuster bandwidth that way. So that can help you determine what your teammates are doing and what you should be focusing on what you're investing your time on another thing to look at is all of your channels even though your channels might not be doing well in some facet. For example organic organic might be having difficulty pulling in rankings or searches or search volume because of the summer. so if you're a b. two b. business you might see less organic traffic because people are simply searching less. Be to be professional stuff. But if you're a b. two c. Business you might see an increase in search traffic. So if you're one of those businesses that seeing lower search traffic or an increase. Don't forget about your organic traffic whether it's doing well or not. Well you should actually be focusing on optimizing your content for organic because even though organic might not be doing well at a certain point organic is built up on building authority and rankings over time. So if you're doing something great now with your organic content. If you're optimizing the key words in your content or going back and revisiting old posts that once ranked but lost relevance and making them relevant again. This will pay off in the future. So you might see more. Organic traffic spikes in september october once the crawlers. Kind of realize what has happened in how the piece is gaining more authority. So what i'm hearing from. You is that the summer. If you're not seeing the type of demand that you normally would is the time to start working not necessarily in the business but on the business. This is the time where you're going to start thinking about. How do i optimize my organic. Seo how do i do some of the infrastructure projects. Some of the background work. That's gonna pay incremental dividends over time. But i'm not necessarily sacrificing. What is a real time..

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"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"So let's talk about what happens in the summer from a marketing channel perspective. What are the channels that you've seen have dipped or less performance during the summer. This isn't one of the deeper things that the analysis team that i worked with looked at but from working as an audience growth manager there are definite seasonality trends that you see with different channels. One in particular is organic search. When summer hits there are a lot of different holidays and with times of holidays and holiday weeks. You're going to see people searching different things so that might be in your favor so if your travel company and people are starting to search travel terms more often you might see that your content is getting more organic traffic. But if you're a beat to be company and people are searching leisure restaurants things related to just going out and unrelated to be to be. You might see less organic traffic. That's very normal and that's also something. We do see in december in january when people are searching things related to the holidays like new year's new year's resolutions christmas content. Things like that so while you can zone into the holidays and create content around the holidays or around the summer trends which the hub spot blog at least does regularly. There will be times of seasonality where you really can't avoid the search currents there another area you might see. Less engagement is email marketing at hubs bought. I do email marketing for the blog. And i supervise the sales service and website email marketers. Who do that for those blogs so while. I'm doing the marketing blog every year. We always see that. We're going to see less engagement in the summer months just because people are logged off and tuned out. One of the things we discussed in the last podcast was that people have been cooped up for months and now we're able to go outside and explore the world and because of that there's people taking more personal time in more vacation than the past in past years so because of that we're seeing less engagement on email as well

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"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Dr duane walk the martic tech podcast. It's bigger thanks for having me excited heavy. As our cast excited to talk a little you know of the more technical side of marketing. This is the mark tech podcast. Normally kind of focus on the mar part. And you're going to bring some tech influence here in the sense of machine. Learning artificial intelligence the more sophisticated technologies we use. Let's start off talking a little bit about media. Science in the description of this podcast. I mentioned biometrics facial expression i tracking. Eg g. those sound like really complicated technologies. how are they actually being used in marketing. I mean they are complicated. Of course the issue that we address in our research is that when you're talking about marketing above all your taxes back human emotion but the tools that we use to get to human emotion usually depend on self report in other words whether it's a focus group for a survey or interview were relying on woke people. Tell us about their most journey. The problem is people lack an understanding of own motionless journey. So when you ask a person a question about how. They feel about something what they're giving. You is the rash on reputation of what they think. They must be feeling. And that's actually far removed from their actual emotional encounter so what we do at media. Science is we want to measure that emotional response directly rather than being just depended upon what people tell about it. So the tools that you mentioned are all tools that are designed to get at measuring that emotion directly. I mean they are fairly complex. One of the reason they're complex is because they very pressing the person so you can't do this against a generic set of measures you have to actually calibrate for the individual. And then you have to actually let the that individual's response relative to their universe so to speak so that you can situate them in terms of what it means for them against the data but very exciting because it just exposes layers of data that we don't see otherwise

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"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"So let's talk about the purpose of getting weird. Because i think there's actually a marketing tactic. Here we see lots of companies that try to do zany funny out of the box stuff to get noticed and it's not even just companies influencers. All sorts of people are just trying to stay in the top of the media cycle. Stay present stay top of mind. And sometimes they're doing things that maybe are considered off brand or a relevant to their brand but it just gets everyone talking and remembering them which has to have some sort of business impact. How do you figure out what the purpose is of your media strategy. How much attention you need and want attention is good attention. The reason why the episode is discussed as like the weirdest things is actually a contrarian. You where it's my job as the speaker and the person that you're listening to to convince you to not actually do weird things and the one thing that we found out very early on is that we will never trade respect for attention and we don't want to be little ourselves and we don't want to make ourselves look different than what we actually are as workers in cofounders of the business. We tried that. We did the weird thing. We did the cool things. It worked to a degree as mentioned before we created a robot in getting in multiple newspapers in the local region of where we're located in philadelphia. But it never brought in customer. Not once did it. Ever bring in the actual customer and the reason why i say that is because if you have the fundamentals in the foundation of a strong business. You won't need the disrespectful things. The marketing ploys in order to actually grow the

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"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:47 min | 9 months ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Hello margaret is benjamin shapiro here and thanks for tuning into the mar tech podcast. Which is brought to you by the hub. Spot podcast network not spot. Podcast network includes great. Shows like the. I digress podcast. Which helps marketers streamline their businesses by sharing hacks mindsets and actionable tools. Listen learn and grow with the martic podcast. And i digress on the hub. Spot podcast network at hub spot dot com slash podcast network from advertising to software as a service to data across all of our programs and violence. We've seen a fifty five. To sixty five percent open rate getting brands authentically integrated the content performs better than tv advertising. Typical life span of an article about twenty four thirty six hours. We're reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear. Call that action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the mar tek. Podcast a benji shabby llc production. In this podcast you'll hear the stories of world class marketers use technology to drive business results and achieve career. Success will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin shapiro. Welcome to the mar tech podcast. Today we're going to discuss. How design impacts your growth strategies. Joining us is jonathan grybowski. Who is the co founder of benji. A graphic design service that simplifies the creative process by offering unlimited and on demand access to dependable and vetted designers. That will deliver a project in under forty eight hours yesterday. John than i talked about his advice. For outsourcing design. And today we're gonna get weird round talk about inc five thousand weirdest growth strategies but before we get started with today's interview i wanted to share some exciting news as part of our relationship with the hub. Spot podcast network. I've been invited to participate. In hubs spots inbound twenty twenty one conference inbound is an amazing resource to find inspiration. Grow your network and to learn from global industry leaders across business marketing sales and customer success. And this year's lineup includes some amazing speakers. In business and media including oprah winfrey dave chang spike lee. You know just and oprah hanging out talking about our media empires no big deal anyway. You can grab a free starter. Pass to access all spotlight conversations or upgrade to a powerhouse. Pass for full access to breakout sessions. Curated meetings on demand content and more the inbound. Twenty twenty one conferences hosted with love. Bike hub spot and it takes place on october twelfth through the fourteenth to learn more about the inbound twenty twenty one lineup or to register for the conference for free could inbound dot com. that's i n. b. o. u. n. d. dot com that's inbound dot com and this podcast is also sponsored by linked in marketing solutions. Let's pretend for a moment that you're about to launch a campaign. It tested well. Your entire team is happy and everything is going. According to plan except for the one thought in the back of your head. How do i ensure that the people i want to target are in the mindset to receive my message the answer is linked in because when you market on linked in your message reaches the people who are ready to do business and that means that your advertising campaigns will work as hard as it can as soon as you launch it there over sixty two billion decision-makers on linked in and that's why seventy eight percent of to marketers rate linked in as the most effective social media platform for their organization. I personally use linked in both as inorganic growth channel to syndicate our content. And i use it as an channel to retarget mar tech podcast listeners with some offers from our sponsors and hey the messaging platform is a great way to reach potential podcast guests as well so look whatever. Your marketing goals are from brand building to lead generation linked. In will help you reach your audience with the features that you know about like targeting by job title company name and location but you can also re target based on custom triggers from your website or even by uploading your crm lists and customize your campaign based on the action that you want the customers to take so look do business where business is done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first lincoln campaign. There's some terms and conditions that apply. But you can get it by going to lincoln dot com slash mark again. It's one hundred dollars off of your first linked in campaign but going the lincoln dot com slash mar tech all right. Here's the second part of my conversation with jonathan bosque. Cmo of benji. Jonathan welcome back to the mar tech podcast. Great to be here again excited to have you back on the show. Yesterday we talked all about what peggie does. About outsourcing design. The role design plays really interesting stuff. Mostly if you're thinking about how to staff up your design team ruined going a little bit of a different direction today. Ready to get weird. I'm the definition So you seem pretty normal to me but then again we've only been talking for about twenty five minutes of your team or you suggested that the topic we should cover our inc. Five thousands weirdest grow strategies. So where does shooting. Jeff bezos off to the moon and a peanut shape rocket fit in terms of inc. Five thousand square this growth strategies when. That's definitely the weirder one anything peanut shape in general. I think is not the smartest idea but hey works for jeff visa so he was great for jeff bezos. Pr just in terms of the overall amount of impressions. and also i think it was austin powers. Dr evil had a peanut shape rocket on a radar. I never realized how much dr evil. Jeff bezos looked like each other. And you have to think that somebody with that much money and the ability to grow business the way that he did. You'd have to think that it was calculated right like. There's no way that it wasn't done on purpose. I can't imagine that they actually said let's go. Make a peanut shape rocket. i didn't think it was probably science. And the way that they're cutting through the atmosphere and there's no way that it could have been fully intentional just for the sake of being phallic. I wanna believe you but when you have billions upon billions of dollars. I want to also believe that you have a very sick sadistic humor. So i guess when you are the richest man in the world. It's like all right. What am i going to do next. I'm gonna fly to the moon on a dick shape rocket he asks my language. Everyone so speaking of shape rockets. The complete opposite of that is basically peggy's gross strategies. No hype that weird of things but there were some weird things. I'll kind of rattle off a couple. We created a robot was probably one of them that ended up just being a massive failure. We ended up. giving people. Watermelons cantaloupes randomly at a business networking events so instead of peanut shape rocket. You decided to go with melons. Yes yeah we went to the other end of the sexes. everyone. I didn't even think of that. But that's a really good joke. Cyrus back so you know. I think it would. It comes down to is the weirdest strategies of benji success in growth. End up being the most sexiest. And that's what makes it weird. Because i generally believe that businesses and people in general are not as obsessed with the process of actually creating a sustainable business. And i think that's the one reason why i ended up waking up. Every single day is too perfect to some shape.

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"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

06:50 min | 9 months ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Hello margaret is benjamin shapiro here and thanks for tuning into the mar tech podcast. Which is brought to you by the hub. Spot podcast network not spot. Podcast network includes great. Shows like the. I digress podcast. Which helps marketers streamline their businesses by sharing hacks mindsets and actionable tools. Listen learn and grow with the martic podcast. And i digress on the hub. Spot podcast network at hub spot dot com slash podcast network from advertising to software as a service to data across all of our programs and violence. We've seen a fifty five. To sixty five percent open rate getting brands authentically integrated the content performs better than tv advertising. Typical life span of an article about twenty four thirty six hours. We're reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear. Call that action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the mar tek. Podcast a benji shabby llc production. In this podcast you'll hear the stories of world class marketers use technology to drive business results and achieve career. Success will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin shapiro. Welcome to the mar tech podcast. Today we're going to discuss. How design impacts your growth strategies. Joining us is jonathan grybowski. Who is the co founder of peggie. A graphic design service that simplifies the creative process by offering unlimited and on demand access to dependable and vetted designers that will deliver a project in under forty eight hours and today. Jonathan iron talk about how to outsource your design process but before we get started with today's interview. I wanted to share some exciting news. As part of our relationship with the hub spot podcast network. 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When it comes to graphic design under one membership with benji you can have a illustrator a web designer a social media artists so on and so forth and you're only paying five hundred dollars a month. We have a pretty easy to use tool and dashboard where you submit your projects and it gets sent all across to the designers that are best suited for it and then we deliver it back to you in under forty eight hours. So what do you think about design. There's a couple of different ways to staff at a team. You mentioned in house. Those design agencies. I'd put pension the outsource workflow type process. And then there's tools and technology through canada in there as well before you figure out which one of those mediums to go through. I think it's worth thinking about what the purpose of design is and how it really impacts your brand from a marketing and growth perspective. So talk to me a little bit about what role design should play in modern organization. I think the bias answer. That is most likely that you'd want to hear from me right now. Is that designers everything but more often than not it's really not designers everything except you know amazon dot com not the prettiest website but pretty effective. Yeah i would say to kind of the point.

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"hello margaret" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Some of these sales tax issues that you have broken last few minutes. Yeah just interested up next the news. I talked to governor. Charlie baker Kim how massachusetts became vaccines and a lot of other stuff about kobe. In a lot of the sales. Tax holiday governor. Charlie baker is next on eighty nine seven. Gbh boston public radio ahead on both in public radio governor baker will join us in just a minute. Then it's onto the gop's latest fixation forty year old educational concept known as critical race theory. That upholds the existence of systemic racism. But just the past few months bills cropped up in state legislatures across the country trying to ban. It's teaching in schools former education secretary. Paul rebel will join us to discuss this. And he'll weigh in on the debate on summer. School versus fund craftier has long been a may for men by men energy to it but now the women who work in the industry and there are plenty of them are speaking up about rampant with harassment. Opting a number of male brewery owners. Step back from their roles boss klopp business. Com is shirley. Young will join us and talk me to in craft brewed. That moorhead awesome by the radio. Eighty nine seven. Gb h works march. Or yanking you listen to our number two of boston. Public radio eighty nine seven gb. H logan jim. Hello margaret and for the first time i guess in fourteen or fifteen months. The governor is here for his monthly visit in studio governor baker. It's good to see you look pretty much. Thank you guys do. And you've absolutely look very much the same thank you. Let me tell you the older. I get the less i remember getting that. So it's not just me so we were just talking. We get sales tax proposed for all of august and september and we were getting caused about it and a couple of quick things. We're recall is just said that he was concerned about big businesses getting getting a break for their customers. He wanted us to be confined to small businesses. He's like thirty people and fewer investment interesting idea perfectly happy to talk to the legislature about that I mean part of the point here was to do two things number one remember you know. I signed a budget. The legislature voted on it and that budget has had a surplus. That is what we're talking about here. Tax revenue came in way over where we thought it would now. There's some things that happen. Automatically when you have a surplus especially with respect to capital gains tax revenue which also came in high that went directly to the stabilisation fund. And we now have a four point. Four billion dollar stabilization fund. It's the biggest stabilized from in state history and it will be very important at some point when we have you know. A rainy day economically But we have overage the people in massachusetts despite the pandemic and everything else manage to generate a lot more tax revenue than we thought they would generate. And i think you know i think a deal is a deal. We should give that back to them and by putting it through a sales tax.

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"hello margaret" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on WJR 760

"All right, six clock hour here on 7. 60 73 are all right in this hour. Maybe I know musically dunk contest. Steve's You're killing me and much more right now we're gonna Jumped to the This is kind of tied in with the auto no fault, and the change in the laws and home care agencies are are struggling. Because of a cap of 55% cap on care to injured drivers and there are efforts to try to get that cab lifted. Margaret Krusee is the executive vice president for Hope. Network. Neuro Rehabilitation. Hello, Margaret. Hello. Thanks for having me on. Yeah, tell, tell our audience quickly, You know, sort of what the situation is, if they've never heard about this Sure. So there was AH lot of changes made to our auto no fault law about two years ago, and you know, a lot of those changes were good. But there are some pieces that come into play this coming July July 1st to be exact, and they're going to really impact the people that need home care, residential care and assistant living. Type services. The beast schedules There's actually two and one of them is just fine. It's 200% Medicare fee schedule. And so there's no complaints really about that. But the other one isn't Is that, really? Even if he schedule it's a feat discount. So what's gonna happen is those providers that don't fit under Medicare, which is like home care and residential care, and the supported living services that people that are catastrophically injured might need will be paid 45% of whatever they happen to be charging back in 2019. And those that sort of discount on providers that were already charging ethical rates where they just had a small margin is gonna put him out of business. And so those individuals are gonna lose their care providers. Why did they do that? You know, I Yeah, I actually think that there was some mis understanding about what Medicare covered. And so there was a thinking that Medicare covered just about everything you know. Medicare is a huge system. And there's all these codes and these services must be covered under that, too. But the reality is Medicare is very specific. That doesn't cover custodial care and custodial care is the kind of care of helping someone who needs help eating. Or needs help going to the restroom or getting dressed all these things that someone would say a spinal cord injury needs every single day that is not covered by Medicare. So Medicare doesn't have a great set for that care. And so all that cares, falling under a 45% cut, and I think they the legislators were Shown maybe an example or two of the high priced out liar. And ironically, that out liar probably survived this cut. But all the ethical providers can't take a 45% cut and it turns out most of providers in Michigan were providing care Atta at unethical, their small margin, you know, less than 10% likely, and so when you take 45% of their revenue away Out of business. Yeah. What? Provide What business in any sort could survive a 45% cut in their revenue And and the people that you describe. These are the people who need the help the most Anyone who has a relative who has dementia, who has, uh, Alzheimer's, who has difficulty because of a spinal cord injury, who has Gosh, I think of how many different illnesses there are that that require 24 hour care and on this is on top of the fact that they changed the rules about people in a family being able to put in. You know that That's what their job is. Their job is to basically take care of their family member. They changed that as well. So they're harming the people who need who have so few alternatives? This isn't about. Well, if you can't get it there, just go get it someplace else. When when these places go out of business. Who take care of our neediest citizens. There is no alternative. These people are just going to be left alone. That's where we way have no idea where they will get care. Because so many of the providers won't be able to provide care starting July 1st. So we really have a avoidable, totally avoidable crisis of care. Um, we're asking the Legislature to Make a small change. There's there's house. Still 44 86 Senate Bill 3 14, and what those do is actually provide a feed cap instead of a discount. They provide speak cap that mimics the 200% of Medicare. So we've actually provided the solution They were looking for in the first place in these bills, and it would avoid all these providers going out of business, and, more importantly, it would make sure there's access to care for these people. Were promised care under a policy that they bought hoped never need and were unfortunate enough to have that terrible accident and should have access to care. Absolutely.

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"hello margaret" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Needs to go and he's also been compromised. By Russia, so I feel the need to take down these ass wipes. So raw the tiger. I don't see your super Chatsworth. Oh, it was about Bitcoin. It was right in the middle of a political discussion. So I you know, I didn't want to confuse it. But if you want to post it again, it was something about big boss. I did see it. But please forgive me. I put it up on the screen, but sometimes when of You know, I I I, you know, I don't want to interrupt the conversation with something that's off topic but it's at no disrespect to you. It's just that we moved on from Bitcoin and I know you were saying that Anthony scaramucci lied by Omission about something I can't remember exactly what it was but I apologize but you know what? I I joke gotta live in the Florida Keys John love it, but I'm probably going to move to the Naples area. I've been talking to somebody on Twitter who says, you know that it's an expensive and it's near the water, but I don't know yet. I just I do a little bit more research, but At some point because because you know when my youngest kid asked a graduate high school, then he's going to go to college somewhere. He's talking about Harvard. He's another genius. So wherever he goes, you know, and it's like I have I have my oldest in Portland and then my middle once I think goes, you know, I am on the East Coast or I don't know where but I don't know where and then and then you know, and then my youngest so wherever they go my youngest wants to go to Japan. He's a skater and she just is like just really interested in going to Japan. So Gillian New York City too and 2 during John why when you come home to New York because look I love New York. I love LA but the freaking expensive. I'd rather get more bang for my buck off. And you know being an inexpensive place and do the same thing. I can do this show from anywhere. I mean, you know, all I need is my green screen green screen will travel and I could I could be like I'm in like I'm anywhere but I don't know yet, you know, you know, I'll decide as the time as the time goes along. I want to thank our guests Justin hurwitz. I mean he is doing great work with really American and I want to thank lb for coming on the show off. I want to thank my sponsors bluechew.com and betonline.ag and True North outdoor gear, I do see that people in the chat page wondering why it wasn't doing manscaped because manscape bought a certain time period on an ad and then they and then and then they go because they get What they needed which was the exposure and then blue chew came in their place. So so that's how it works and then you know, and they'll be other sponsors and that's how this whole thing works. I mean, you don't always have the same sponsors much like any TV show, you know, my sister Susan they have a room available above the Mercantile in Upstate New York. Yeah. I always go for my sister cuz she lives in bump up Upstate New York. I think they I think this year they just started having them in water, but I just can't deal would have to put on the boots every time you gotta go to the Outhouse. So but yeah, she's in Olsen's she lives close to ulcers Mercantile from a Little House on the Prairie, you know her and her husband Charlie when he's not busy at the Chocolate Factory or you know, like hanging out, you know and whittling a small dog. Free into a toothpick on the porch as they, you know, get on the rotary phone and you know and call their operator. Hello Margaret. Yes. Can you connect me to Zenith 2557 pyramid 297, you know what I mean, like an Andy Griffith or or in The Little Rascals home. But anyway, thank you all for being a part of the show. I appreciate you. I really appreciate all the super chats and I appreciate all the PayPal donations. I will see you all on Tuesday. Hopefully, I will have Hakeem Jeffries on congressman from New York who's doing great work and Carolyn Maloney will be on a dead end of March congressman from New York. I adore her and David cicilline. Come on, brother. I know you've been getting a lot of steam now, but don't blow me off. I've been a supporter phone number. Since the beginning and and we'll have more and more congressmen. I just reached out to Tim Ryan. I like to have him on the program. And again, I thank you all I will see you here on Tuesday at noon PST become a patreon member now. This is Stuttering John saying.

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"hello margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"So to give people the history of experimental farm network. I'll share the link to our chat last year so they can dig a little deeper <hes>. The transcript of that show so we don't repeat ourselves but very briefly. It's more than a seed catalog. I mean really. it's much more than a seed catalogs. So what's the quick elevator pitch on what you do so we started in twenty thirteen and our purpose is to facilitate collaboration on sustainable ag research and especially plant breeding we are really focused on developing perennial staple crops. To help with fighting climate change things like perennial grains perennial oilseeds <hes>. Perennial vegetables and <hes>. The seed company side is what funds are work. We don't really reach out. Seek grants and much in the way of donations. Were really focused on being a sustainable nonprofit cooperative <hes> through seed sales so we really rely on <hes>. Exclusively on on selling seeds and <hes>. We do a number of other projects as well. We we work on remain creation projects returning seeds to the people from whom they came originally <hes>. We do we do quite a bit of <hes>. Food justice work and we <hes>. At the beginning of the pandemic we started an organization called the cooperative gardens commission which worked all of last year to provide free seeds to folks and to help facilitate resource sharing to get people the resources they need to grow food themselves and that continues the collective that that is running cooperative gardens commission is still still going we just released twenty twenty report a forty four page document on our website coop gardens dot com and <hes>. Yeah pfm just really started our seed catalog the other day not that you're busy or anything. So they'll give the links to all of that all of those different things as i said so. I know i shouldn't have any interaction. Probably even if mentioned that green fleshed winter squash. Because i think it's already sold out. But when i saw you post a photo of it on instagram awhile. Back split into in there. It wasn't kind of looked like a butternut but it was green inside. And i thought what in the world and i think it helps from like guatemala or something but it just spoke to me about and that's why i got back in touch with you. It has spoken about like all these oddities and wonders of genetics. And that you have these growers breeders selectors curator sort of care people caring for all his genetics and <hes>. So tell us about some of the other wonders of the world that are in the catalog this year. Thank you yeah. We're very excited about that. When we really just wanted to get it out there. And i can't say i expected it to sell out in the first day i be popular but <hes> that that exceeded all my expectations and is truly beautiful. Beautiful squash <hes>. This year we are. We are released. I think one hundred and forty six things that we have never had in the catalog before <hes>. Some of them. Nobody had in any catalog before. So we're really excited about that <hes>. We have we have quite a few in the in the grains category this year including number of upland rices or lowland rice that will grow in dry areas <hes> and in northern areas. We have a rice from poland and other couple from japan. One from russia and <hes>. We're just thrilled to be offering these because rice's <hes>. Rice's really great crap and it's actually something that homesteaders can grow on a on a relatively small scale. It's still produce of calories themselves

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"hello margaret" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Vermont good evening hello Margaret go go go okay go high hi yeah it's me yeah thanks for taking my call and thinks of such a wonderful show thank you really really proud of part of me of what you stand for in home you make it shine thank you I have three questions if if there's time the the oil crisis and everything but it made me think about how what do you think of if the testing today if everyone was tests today it doesn't mean tomorrow they wouldn't have that what do you think of having since the virus especially gets into the eyes I guess as well as the mouth and the nose but in a note via do you think like a face because you know how the motorcycle helmet has that plastics I'm saying over the face right you know who the wind run something like that so everybody could go back to work and well then of course obviously we're we you have to come up with with all of them as a you know a hundred plus million of them and and and you could just snap your fingers and make it happen overnight then you have to do to get people to wear them and then you'd have to determine in fact how effective that was so it's a thought but not too likely to happen I'm afraid Margaret what else did you have okay the the environment you know they keep our American cycling street what do you think if you think the environmentalists would get on board with inspiring everybody if you if you paid more for a year your goods you consume less and use to pollute the environment less well I don't think that that's too powerful argument for a lot of people who very much like a consuming what it is they consume it may be a rational argument Margaret but it certainly would be a popular one okay and the third thing yeah you know nine eleven and I mean if if this is the first time I I can't recall ever seeing an administration do that every day I mean it's just astonishing to me that every day we have these the president and his team they get up there and today the two military fellows gentlemen were so excited and proud and informative and and I've never seen maybe Clinton in Chile and Kennedy maybe enjoy the public to just talk to everybody well let me put it this way the obviously the the there's something that that that we need to do thirty here not everybody agrees with what the president's doing I I think of the babies following the right approach but if you you pretty much need a crisis in order to do it to have something like this unfortunately most presidents have not had to face crises so thank you Barbara for for your listeners should venture call let's talk to Stephen Enger North Carolina hi Steve yeah about that cultivable corporate the lead me into one of the bonsai I think president trump is did a good job with the information that will spread the word and I've never felt that president trump was a naive person namely knows he's not the first that they get the actual place but when they started taking advice from about the explosion I was something that we don't not the Carson drastic dying just never happen in my lifetime and I would dare say in your laptop has taken place as far as shutting this country down but the spice with information I'm asking them to do that be dealt if you do not the next president we could have to two million or or more people back if you what what will now that's what they told us if we didn't yeah that's what they told us in that stretch if you would if you do what we're asking you you got the shot the economy of this country die off well who's not entirely shut it down obviously you couldn't do that and and it would be a good thing to to tightly shut it down we are it trading in in unknown waters I mean that that's all you can say about it I mean there is no guide book and this virus has never been here before so of whatever we do will be second guessed and and the twenty twenty hindsight of anybody in September we can look back on and say well it should have done such and such and of course we just don't have a time machine so we don't know what that correct answer was going to be but I certainly I see what you're saying Steve of more to come back in a moment.

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"hello margaret" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Twelve hundred W. O. a a few miracles have to happen but I think we are in the land of miracles because I don't know of much else that's going to solve these problems John in Florida welcome I glance to listen to your show everyday as I'm coming home from work and this morning when you're doing your Nancy Pelosi imitation I was laughing so hard thank you I'm I'm a gay man I'm an independent about a third party most of my life started third party in the last election but I will now crawl over broken glass to vote for Donald Trump he so why have just destroyed their party right and it's not even that yours is not even that some people I think are going to vote for Donald Trump as much as it is a vote against what's happening exactly thank you very much John thank you so much for your welcome to get a good night's sleep let me go to a band in Florida hello band hi Glen hi glad you made there hello yes go ahead yeah I can I'm glad you have made for the torch reference because I am angry it is more like going because there's no such thing as we the people anymore there's a different server everybody knows it and I'm so sick of football the and a whole lot of a lot of him innocent it's not just it's it's it I feel the same way about the Republicans this is they there there is no Sir when they say oh he's been a lifelong public service serving shot up a serving doesn't make more than the person they're working for a surveying doesn't tell the master what to do all the time they're not public servants their pigs at the trough maybe it's just being godly from king a bomb all about that yeah yeah they have but I don't think the American people have Margaret in Michigan hello Margaret hello when we taught market a lesson on that and we lost Ron sorry mark go ahead run WrestleMania yes run are you there yeah yes I did not hold so don't jump the first time I am an independent but what's going on before then you everyone was one of the voting for the lesser of two evils okay and I think if he gets back in right now the best thing to happen to our country because what we have that's my feeling about it it's not going to be the best thing well the fact of the matter is the best that we we don't know all right so you know so you didn't vote for critical Donald Trump bigger motor than usual I'm like I don't have his tools I couldn't find any yeah right see what he's done think about it it's what better thing to we have well the option if the option is between this and socialism there's no question there's absolutely no question but I would choose us over socialism thank you Ron she added you know the the the the the thing that's missing here is the media that's that's that used to be up until Woodrow Wilson the media he used to believe that it was the voice of the people it was the one that protected the people the the the interests back home they no longer believe that they believe they are above the people and they know what's right and so they won't search for the truth the truth is here it is so transparent we're on the rooftops shouting the truth but no one seems to care at least those in power let me go to Peggy in Ohio hi Peggy Eichorn I I agree wholeheartedly with you and we have to remember where he plan we have to be diligent and I really feel I would love to see when the vote takes place for every conservative independent in this country to jog shop I'm sixty seven this is the first time I have felt good about my vote I waited for a man like this and I don't care what he tweets or anything else he is the man.

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"hello margaret" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A few miracles have to happen but I think we are in the land of miracles because I don't know of much else that's going to solve these problems John in Florida welcome hi Glen listen to your show everyday as I'm coming home from work and this morning when you're doing your Nancy Pelosi imitation I was laughing so hard right thank you I'm I'm a gay man I'm an independent about a third party most of my life started third party in the last election but I will now crawl over broken glass to vote for Donald Trump he so why have just destroyed their party right and it's not even that yours is not even that some people I think are going to vote for Donald Trump as much as it is a vote against what's happening right thank you very much John thank you so much for your welcome I get a good night's sleep let me go to a band in Florida hello band hi Glen hi glad you made there hello yes go ahead yeah I can I'm glad you made it for and the torch reference because I am angry this is why I like going because there's no such thing as we the people anymore there's a difference and everybody knows it and I'm so sick of football and a whole lot of a lot of him innocent it's not just it's it's it I feel the same way about the Republicans this is there there there is no server when they say oh he's been a lifelong public service serving shot up a serving doesn't make more than the person they're working for a surveying doesn't tell the master what to do all the time they're not public servants their pigs at the trough maybe it's just been god me from king a bomb all about that yeah yeah they have but I don't think the American people have Margaret in Michigan hello Margaret hello when we taught market a lesson on that and we lost Ron sorry mark go ahead run yeah yes run are you there yeah yes I did not I'm hopeful Donald Trump the first time I am an independent but what's going on before then you everyone was one of the voting for the lesser of two evils okay and I think if he gets back in right now it's like going to the best thing to happen to our country because what we have that's my feeling about it it's not going to be the best thing well the fact of the matter is that it will be is the best that we we don't know all right so you know so you didn't vote for critical Donald Trump bigger roles as unusual I'm like I don't have a huge selection find any yeah right she will respond think about it it's what better thing do we have well the option if the option is between this and socialism there's no question there's absolutely no question but we should collect I will choose us over socialism thank you Ron she added well you know the the the the the thing that's missing here is the media that's that's that used to be up until Woodrow Wilson the media he used to believe that it was the voice of the people it was the one that protected the people the the the interests back home they no longer believe that they believe they are above the people and they know what's right and so they won't search for the truth the truth is here it is so transparent we're on the rooftops shouting the truth but no one seems to care at least those in power let me go to Peggy in Ohio hi Peggy like one I I agree wholeheartedly with you and we have to remember where he plan we have to be diligent and I really feel I would love to see when the vote takes place for every conservative independent in this country to jog shop I'm sixty seven this is the first time I have felt good about my vote I waited for a man like this and I don't care what he tweets.

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"hello margaret" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"hello margaret" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"They all have a higher than that. Margaret used to do. It's interesting looking at the techniques that they tried to teach the dolphins with one of the techniques. I thought was interesting was she painted her face white. She put a white paint all over face, and then she used black lipstick. And the idea was she wanted the dolphins to look directly at her lips to see the the way she was mounting. And so it's sort of distract every other bit of her face from being they wanted the dove. I couldn't believe that the dolphins was speaking through their blow holes because I think we think of dolphin chatter is coming from the mouth. Yes. Yeah. And she said that the one thing she wanted him to say p to the dolphin to say was her name. He wanted to have to say Hello, Margaret. And she said that it's very difficult to get a dolphin to make an sound with his blowhole, and eventually he rolled over and kind of bubbled it through the water, but the dolphins could imitate humans. We should say that they were able to imitate the voice, and maybe even the frequency too. I think so there was some progress, but not a line of Munaf. And then it got a bit dodgy when he this is John Lillie who set up the whole thing as we said before started experimenting LSD, he thought that the drugs would actually help the dolphins in order to understand language, better and communicate better open their minds up. Maybe. So he started injecting them with LSD to join get that going is that right? It was interesting. She wouldn't let him inject pizza, but she couldn't stop him. Injecting the other, but it didn't really affect them. Did it dolphin? Don't really well. I guess we didn't know visions. They're saying because they still. Every see how to nominate Sonny. He was just seeing Eminem's everywhere. But then you go into into didn't he and away to experimental with that? Bandon and so on. So there is no marine mammal chair at the United Nations as a result. And then he did go into drugs. He decided that he would take a lot of cattleman and go into sensory deprivation tanks, which is a bit stupid because they're just full of water. And so on quite a few occasions his wife had to save him from drowning. And at one stage. He said one evening, I took one hundred fifty milligrams of ketamine and suddenly the earth coincident control office who was some aliens that he believed in remove my penis and handed it to me, I screamed in terror my wife, Tony came running in from the bedroom. And she said, it's still attached. So I shouted at the ceiling who's in charge up. They're a bunch of crazy kids. Sounds like a reliable, man. So you wonder how many times your husband would have to take Kesselman and get into a tank of water before you didn't save him? I think on the. Gonna pay us anymore. What's the point willy nilly?.

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