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"hsen" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

09:40 min | 1 year ago

"hsen" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Radio Star. Nice good. I don't think any good. You missed a couple to really get mercury. You Got Mars. I was closed. Got A voicemail from Andrew in Westville Massachusetts. I have a couple of things. My son recently started having to wear glasses and he is very self conscious about it and he thinks it makes look lame and I was hoping that bobby might have some parts of encouragement for him. He's seven and with distance learning staring at a screen a lot more often and unfortunately glasses and become a requirement for that ms name is eight and and also when to we expect. Some more shocker. Trivia. All Right. You guys have a great day and thanks for being awesome. Right chocolate trivial. We can't do because around the same room but eventually that'll come back. Yeah so Aden. I'll talk to you first Andrew. I I wore glasses. I had to wear glasses for most of my life. I just have one I that doesn't work basically and for me. It was about finding someone that I looked up to and wore glasses like them. And I put glass on For me. It was buddy holly and it was rivers. Cuomo from Weezer and I thought well they're like me or I would like to be like them and they were these glasses. So that's why I have big bold black glasses because of those two those two people I thought they were cool and if they were wearing something I thought well I can wear that and be cool too. So if eight and once glasses mentor. I'll be happy to be that. I'll get your cell phone number and I'll send you a video and I'll show eight and how cool glasses are because yeah it stinks that your vision isn't good but people are wearing glasses all the time to look as cold as aiden. Don't be fooled. There's a whole market of fake glasses because people wish they look too smart as we do right. Amy I mean yeah I think that I I have glasses that I wear for just blue light-blocking blocking and I wear them at night when I'm on my computer or watching TV. But sometimes I room during the day to even though they don't do anything just because I want to be cool glasses. People just want to be like us. So you're actually going to probably have to stop wearing a little bit because all the girls are going to be like. Whoa WHO's the? Who's the cute guy with the glasses? I'm just worn in eight and you've got to beat them off with a stick once you wear glasses but I would also encourage you to find a pair of frames or some frames that you love so amos video. But I'm telling you my life got a lot better when I started wearing cool glasses. Not any glass and you can't wear any glasses because any schmo could wear any glasses but we'll get your parrot cool glasses aiden and you'll be like lookout now so I'll be in touch when we finish the show. We put the whole show up on podcast and we also do oppo show that that doesn't get on the air so I don't know what you're doing today at like eleven or one pm but check out the podcast because you can listen to the whole thing and obviously we're not all five hours right now. So search bobby bones. Show wherever you listen to your podcasts. Over to amy now. This is called. Amy's five fun facts. Call right okay. Is there a theme to this or no yes? Jeff Bezos is good. The guy that has started Amazon this all that him all five Baxter about him and they're pretty fun here. We go so. Jeff is worth a hundred and twenty billion dollars despite being paid an annual salary of eighty one thousand. That's less than what most? Us representatives take home and a large portion of that is tied to Amazon stock. Not His salary. Oh Yeah I would imagine. He owns all the stock and it goes up and down and and also imagine isn't have all that his bank account You think no that. It's probably just in stock and you know that's why it's worth goes up and down so much when the stock market does such thing. You know all right here. We go number four so jeff. Bezos is the only one of the world's five richest people who has not lost money in twenty twenty. He makes two thousand four hundred eighty nine dollars per second. Wow Wow and you know. We're using Amazon so much more because we can't go places. Yeah I know tell me about it. I got Amazon box showing up left. And Right and jeff basis is just like three. Jeff bezos is so rich rich that an average Americans spending one dollar is similar to him spending about one point three million dollars while so his one million dollars or one dollar. That is insane. That's that's fun for me though. I think it's more fun for me to Jeff. Bezos is thirty six percent richer the entire British monarchy and according to the Social Security Administration the average American man with a bachelors degree will earn about two point. Two million in his lifetime basis makes that in just under fifteen minutes was depressing Friday because none of us are going to have that kind of what you make in ten minutes a day. Fun Day I mean because it just doesn't seem real. It's nothing to be jealous like. There's no way I mean you. I guess you could try to attain that good luck about isolation cells of quarantine friends different than just who you're quarantine with right now. It's kind of like the next step out you about the same I don't think so. So we're all social distancing for the most part to prevent the spread of Corona and a lot of people like a few friends and I was telling you on the air. I think maybe a couple of days ago about how some countries will allow you to pick up to ten friends and you can only hang out with those ten friends and you kind of all obligated to not jump out of your friends circle because it's just a it's just a slightly larger quarantine right. So that's what they're gonNA say is probably GonNa Happen here. Not on the official means. But they're gonNA say the same way. We're quarantining now like know who you're quarantine circle isn't hold them accountable and you can go and hanging out with friends but make sure none of the other friends get out and do anything crazy right. You trust them all because then a few of them go rogue and start hanging out with other te ten there other ten people than that could be where it gets bad but I trust you trust me of course but you know I. It doesn't have to be ten. It can be four six so and a lot of places are starting to open up slowly and I'm down to watch out for yourself. Don't touch stuff and let me say this about wearing masks when you wear a mask out. It's not for you. It's for other people. If you're like well I'm not gonNA wear masks worried about it for me but it's not about you. The mask is to keep your from flying out so when you go somewhere public if you have any sort of covering slip it on up there and some parts of the country are different than others. I have friends that live in really small towns and rural America like it hasn't really affected us much. Nobody's got it. Hospitals are fine and it doesn't. It's so weird that all the country is different and we have to treat it like that so some people like mine my niece and she lives in a small town in Arkansas. They all just play and they're all good and live life and nobody's sick and you know it's just kind of a weird thing. The governor of Arkansas never did a hey you gotta stay Home Okay. And then he met with. Voucher. You know you're doing exactly the right thing. You guys aren't close to each other. It's not like you're in a major like a Boston or Los Angeles. It's in a small town in Arkansas. So Dow's reading about that. I'm Mitch in a little bit though to to move around a little. You know just image starting to a little bit. I'm getting it to sell but I also then then I turn on the news and I see something where I'm like. Okay I'm fine. All stay home and people will ask for advice. What would you do in this situation? My advice is follow. Somebody you trust. That actually knows science but in follow their follow what they say to do. I don't don't ask me. I don't live where you live. I think it's different for everybody. It's totally different. Depending on where he left I would tell someone living in Colorado Springs something way different than I would tell somebody who's living in Chicago right now so good and safe and just appreciate you guys. Being with US being stuck inside doesn't mean you can't still go shopping for the things that you need not when there's hsen dot com hsen is the goto place for all things kitchen beauty home decor apparel and more. That's right dot. Com is a one stop place to shop for. 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"hsen" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"hsen" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"I'm just not trying to be contrary. Okay well you seem like it trying to make a point over there. We get your taste pallet. Mt Morgan hold on guys. Let's rewind the whole thing. Morgan did kick Ice Cream ice cream cone. Yeah those there at Walmart. Wrap it up thank you. They exist thank you. I was food world with Morgan number. Two sorry Morgan. Now you go nine eight. Your last episode outweigh was on Saturday. Saturday was episode four and that was the final one of the series though it feels good to have them all out there. I know people are listening to them on their own time and they didn't or even listen to them in the right order because they found later. But there's there's four. Total called outweigh on four things with Amy Brown and I just I hope people listen to it. If they've ever struggled with eating disorders check out. Four things with Amy Brown podcast and it's like a sub series. I know people who was looking at the the numbers yet all the time and doing fantastic killing it did you. Now I did at the beginning and then I stopped and I thought I don't need to worry about this like I'll I'll look at them later So Mike just doing really good Mike and I look at what we do. We're looking at all everything. Well if people just because she's in our national podcast network Family Caroline Hobby who is has hosts get real. She's an episode for sharing her story So that's just a a name that some people might recommend but a lot of the stories are just from everyday people so hopefully it accomplish. The goal of people not feeling alone in wherever they are on their journey. Speaking podcast my D-. Oh we call movie. Mike has a podcast. It's all about movies but you watched Just what's it called just mercy? Yeah isn't that the Book Eddie? Read the Book Eddie. Read various reports. And did you watch the movie too? I did man both were great. Obviously I've always wanted to say it. The book is waving. I'll wow. He dropped that on us. It might give the book. I haven't read the book but I thought the movie was really good. Yeah I give it four and a five lawyers. What is your movie Mike podcast about this week? I'm talking about movies. That are based on books so kind of along the same theme with that Movie Hunger Games. That's a good one love to the books like the movies. Yeah I read the Forest Gump Book. Did you ever did? I'm good. I'm good for now. Don't worry about it. We'll fix that. I didn't know that was a book loans. I think they wrote the book after the movie. Oddly Oh that's weird. I think the book is still good. It was just more forrest. Gump crap look at that. We looked it up and see what came out burst force come. I'm going to bet the movie did. What did they might believe? It was the book for. Is that right? Yeah oh I didn't know that if so I'm really I like myself because they made the movie. The book was a lot darker than the book. Movie was well in the book. Frigging went to space you did. That would have been ridiculous. Well Eddie was ridiculous. Like everything else wasn't check out movie. Mike movie podcasts. Okay I think that's it we're GONNA get into today's show. We had a good one today. He has the book I is that right. I read the frigate Forrest Gump Book and thought man that Nice thanks owns. What was better the booker? The movie the movie that was my point was that the movie was better because the book didn't have Tom Hanks or a image. Because of Tom Hanks I think the movie was better. Yeah okay the end. Have a great day. Enjoy the show right here and we'll see you tomorrow. Everybody being stuck inside doesn't mean you can't still go shopping for the things that you need not when there's HSS dot com hsen is the goto place for all things kitchen beauty home decor apparel and more. That's right. Hss DOT COM is a one stop place to shop for. Virtually any of the name brand items that you love like benefit cosmetics kitchenaid. The list goes on and to make things even easier. Aitchison gives you the option of flex pay on everything you purchase. That means anything you purchase from. Hsen can be paid over three or more monthly installments zero percent interest. No extra charges no hidden fees and your order ships right away so you can start enjoying your purchase. The moment at arrives. What a great way to shop and right now. You can take advantage of this special offer. New CUSTOMERS AT AGES DOT COM can use my Promo Code Amy Ten and get ten dollars off a twenty dollars item again. That's Promo Code Amy. Ten and get ten dollars off a twenty dollar item. Take a look and get the shopping from home on. Hss dot com restrictions apply.

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"hsen" Discussed on Through the Wire

Through the Wire

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on Through the Wire

"So now Jimmy's twenty nine don't even really matter if Joel give them his twenty plus Jeremy Jimmy by the twenty nine the difference maker. That's why that's how you talked about getting cleaned house. I'm I'm trying to get Joel Embiid to start off good. Joining me was just passing the ball. Yes. That's shots. Give him the fucking ball Tobias Harris got a lot of shots this game show with Jimmy see it. I'm mega sure I don't care if they beat me up because I'm playing this bad that Jimmy got to tell you that. I mean, that's what they bought them around for right? The leaders show leadership. Them all star best player that he need to shoot more than seven shots position. This. I mean, we sat on the show early in the season. What y'all could set that two week span where he was attempted like four shots. Maybe what the whole game shots. What did you? These not scoring. He's not really a factor unless defense deepens year. Censor some interesting. Dan, wants to send y'all ESN matter of fact, he do need to lose some weight to because dead backing away when he was like a second it living because don't want to be standing up looking at him shoot the shop here time, and he chose a day to do that when Marcus auto they'd come home each heat. He was only two for seven. But the fact that he made the defending took the seven was big. And then to be here was timing. Threes, joy, letting them shoe thirty bucks came alive. Twelve nine off the bench, thirty two minutes. Three blocks. Y'all Nick nurse. Do this for the rest of the series bench Yana plane elder stars, forty minutes. 'cause I mean, you got to this fair. The aimed on it just play. If you need a bag of PG you to put Jalen in there. I'm sorry. I'm Biagio Messina. And I'm jokin soon. We're the producers behind the HSEN television documentary series unmasking a killer. Join us as we explore the identification capture and arrest of Joseph James Angelo, the alleged Golden State killer in a special ten part podcast series unmasking killer, all new episodes premiering Tuesday. February.

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"hsen" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"So crazy to think about it. And they. Pre parkland. I was blocking about fifty a week these kids online is a whole group of them called the tease even true crime community that sorta idolize them or at least pretend to to be cool with each other. So by the way, that was I said before parkland after every shooting it stops cold like I wake up to ten twenty thirty of these a day, but they stop as soon as it happens usually for about a week. And then they pick up parkland. They never came back until about like the last month or two they're starting to gradually slowly, I kind of wonder if it's Emma Gonzalez and people like David Hogg became more cool than being cooled by being so edgy that. I'm a rebel. I think they just made it like less cool to be these kids. So know, I mostly by them waking up and just like all these horrible things that to me, so that's sort of my data point. But but the the fact that there's sort of this idolization of these people again it again emphasizes, you know, my belief. I shouldn't name. These people shouldn't focus on them, exporting it, the other countries the ones in Siberia, and where they don't have do shows like this is really scary to me they've called appreciate it. Thank you very much. Did the FBI spy President Trump's campaign tonight? A new twist in that tale. We're keep them honest next. I'm Biagio Messina. And I'm joke soon. We are the producers behind the HSEN television documentary series unmasking killer. Join us as we explore the identification capture and arrest of Joseph James de Angelo, the alleged Golden State killer in a special ten part podcast series unmasking killer, all new episodes premiering Tuesday. February twelfth subscribe today at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. A new voice is weighing in on the ongoing debate over the term spying. I ignited by President Trump early in his term in more recently doused with gasoline by attorney general bar as you'll recall on multiple occasions..

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"hsen" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Very loosely all the time, and I will tell you there is collusion with respect to that. Because something has to be going on. I do hear this gripe. A lot from conservatives that their shadow banning that there are things like that. What's your take on those? I think there are certain groups that, but you report you so have crossed the line in speech. You know, my mother used to say your free speech ends at the end of your fist touch in the beginning of my nose. And I think that's the same in exactly. Woman. I boys in lines. You knew. So I would argue that there's a little of this as your report you so it is so permeated a political conversation in social media's fears. I don't care what platform it is or its harsh. It's mean, people are nasty. They crossed the line all the time. I don't know how you reel it in. But as a public figure, you have very little recourse. I think the law is very strong on this. I'm sorry when you decide to become that public figure they can say just about anything they want. I think it's unfortunate. But the problem is everybody's pouring into that vessel. Everybody Kratz Republicans everybody, and what you've got what you would comes out of that is the sheer nastiness that you see I'm sure he doesn't like it. But I'm sure he's also walked down that road and his social media presence as well for just for a second about Devin Nunes. I'm sure he subjected to some horrific tweets, I don't make light of that. But I just think all of us are it's and I know you are I've seen some of your tweets, and I can't even believe it. Yeah. I mean, I have to say the ones that he cited that someone accused him of bringing shame on his family would be like a love letters. What I mean, like truly, I wouldn't even you know, it's not just that people are. I mean, they they say vile things, but they threaten you. They tell you how they're going to harm you in the most graphic disgusting ways. I mean, the idea that this is something that you would sue over. I think something else is going on here. And I don't know what it just want to bring in a couple of other topics which is one of them is deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein has just announced that he's staying at the Justice department for now, according to a source because he didn't announce it, but we are now told that he's staying there for longer he was planning on leaving mid-march, but attorney general William bar apparently talked to him. Now, he's gonna stick around a little bit longer. What do you think this means for the Mahler report? I think that this means that bar wants him there through the ushering of the completion of the report. So what it tells me is that it is probably wrapping up, but we wouldn't know how long they haven't said how long has commitment is. But I'm guessing, and if I were there turning general coming in under circumstance like this. I would want him to stay as well to the completion of the report. So that in those debates inside of remember, this is going to go from one Bill. To another building. And then they're going to debate about how much they can share with the American public counsel's office to the office. I think this is a really smart move on bars. Part it kind of tones down the heated rhetoric that will come around this. If you're for Trump, and and it says something bad, you hate it and vice versa for the other side. And so I think this can help calm things down. I think it's a smart move. I'm glad that he's staying, and I think it can be very helpful. So that we can honestly get into Cessna to what this report really means. All right. Thanks one. And all the man who calls himself, the conductor of the Trump train and the very different campaign. He's running to get the president re elected an exclusive look at Trump twenty twenty next. Stay with us. I'm Biagio Messina. And I'm joke fin seen. We are the producers behind the H HSEN television documentary series unmasking killer. Join us as we explore the identification capture and arrest of Joseph James Dangelo, the alleged Golden State killer in a special ten part podcast series unmasking killer, all new episodes premiering Tuesday. February twelve subscribe today at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"hsen" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

09:31 min | 2 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"A number is eight fifty four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three here in the studio tonight with you, it's and then Derek J disturbing news coming out of New Zealand's. And as we learned over the last couple hours, it's not unusual for New Zealand to crack down on so-called. A check. Media, which can include t t shirts apparently t shirts books movies. T-shirt? You tell them you can't have it. And then anybody that scenery know with it. They get arrested you so you get arrested. If you're wearing a particular teacher there, you must right like how can the government enforce its laws? Right. I mean, that's that's their tool. It's easy to me. That's what they do according to. So they banned books they've banned shirts, they've been music they've been movies. And there's also internet restrictions. Of course, as you might imagine. Wait, not from one thousand nine hundred three law. There's not no. No. Update. There's a whole other article about that the government of New Zealand has a system, according to Wikipedia for filtering website traffic to prevent internet users for accessing certain selected sites and material while there are many types of objectionable content under New Zealand law the filter specifically targets content depicting the sexual abuse or exploitation of children and young persons. However as we have pointed out on this show. In the past. That's how the camel's nose gets under the tent. That's right now, I think pretty much everybody looks at the idea of child porn and says that's despicable. That's awful terrible should be banned. But of course, if you can ban one thing in this case evidence of a crime because that's what child pornography is sort of like the evidence of the crime of the shooting down in New Zealand. It's all just evidence of crime being committed if you can ban one evidence of crime, then why shouldn't you be able to ban another evidence of a different crime? And sure enough. Now, the news coming out that several websites are being blocked by telecommunications providers in Australia, wait, Australia. Yup. The story here from nine news dot com dot AU. The have been blocked by major Australian telcos for continuing to host footage of the church terrorist attack Telstra on Tuesday blocked access to four Chan HSEN and VO at the blogs zero hedge and video hosting platform lively zero zero hedge is hosting the video I've not heard I don't know that this is true. I don't either I haven't been on the site. I don't know. I do not believe that to be true. So something's wrong in the reporting. Or maybe they linked to it. To that's good enough for most governments. So you number here in the US, they put Barrett Brown in prison for linking the US is better. But it ain't a whole lot better. Quote, we understand Telstra said, quote, we understand this main convenience some legitimate users of these sites, but these are extreme circumstances. And we feel this is the right thing to do. Well, they're trying to do the right thing. It's all about their feelings. Gotta protect people's dream circumstances require extreme measures. Right extreme crackdowns on freedom. Yeah. Let's try and understand really where they're coming from though because they are trying to do the right thing. That's right. They don't agree. Not the right thing. Censorship is not the right thing. But just to. Setting aside, the X the action that they're taking the intention is to do the right thing. The right thing. Can you please? What is moral like what is? You know, more moral by by whose moral compass is the question there is no somebody in a jail cell for sharing video agreeing internet. Yeah, I agree with you. But I'm I'm I'm trying devils advocate. No. I'm trying to understand where these people are coming from. Because really I see this on a much smaller scale happening every day with with small things in my life. Like in my city. There's a city councillor wants to ban plastic bags and straws. And I'm like, oh, man. You don't get it. That's prohibition. It's I can't make the case that like, oh, a a plastic bag is just as bad as caging person for hosting a video, but it's a measure of degree. These people are saying the argument is you shouldn't do this. So therefore, we're not going to allow you to do. Yeah. And then it takes a whole nother leap to say. I'm gonna cage you for doing them, and that's the small difference. But it's it makes it it's a small distinction. But it's a big difference. If that makes sense. Competitor's Optus and Vodafone declined to name which domains Dave blocked, but the same platforms also failed to load on their networks Tuesday afternoon. Beautiful curiously the ban on four Chan was lifted a few hours later. When they got busted the ban was lifted by by which ones it's not clear the ban on four Chan was lifted a few hours later. Do you think four Chan like came out him with hackers and you better not ban? Like, why would they ban them? And then all of a sudden reverse decision on that. That's shared one Vodafone said while blocking requests normally came from the courts or law enforcement agencies, quote, this was an extreme case, which we think requires an extraordinary response further a spokeswoman said in a statement, quote, while they were discussions at an industry level about this issue. This is a decision Vodafone Australia came to independently. So it wasn't the government's correct requesting they just decided to their own. That's correct. I think I think that is far beyond what? I don't think it is moral. I don't think an internet service provider. I think if you're going to be in the business of being an internet service provider filter you provide a pipe. That's it. If it's not illegal if it's not illegal. If there's not if you're not required by either law where you're not receiving something from a government regulator who saying take it down. I think it is actually immoral and unethical for you to not give me access. That I want access to. Yeah. But league legality is not the same as morality, and everyone is entitled to their own definition of morality as you yourself said, I'm not I'm not waiting. I'm not equating the two. But what I'm saying is that if I am paying you as an internet service provider for access to the internet. I am not paying you to make arbitrary decisions. There's no there's no way that's in my contract. I hear your argument, but everyone has the right to make their own service providers certainly do have competition, and you could use the one who's. I don't I don't know that everyone has the right to make their own service provider. I think that it may not monopoly. They may not. Yeah. -opoly? But there's you know. But I think this backs up your point earlier, Derek J, which is that this is new this is well this case Australia, but they're very similar new New Zealand and Australia. This is what the people what these value. This is right. This is this company saying that we don't think the government has been quick enough to censor. So we're going to do a better job of censoring because we know how we have the ability, and we can and we're going to do it because we believe this is the right thing to do because they obviously think that that's what their customers. I want to applaud them because I feel the they are trying to do the right thing. They're trying to the looking in their hearts and saying oh, man. This is a bad thing. We can't be complicit in in. Spreading this bad thing. Here. We are. We're just as culpable. We're we're we're bringing you the what they've been providing to their they've been complicit in spreading all kinds of bad things for the last, however, many decades, they've been surf the internet everything. To the internet, and it's always been there. And this is like the first time where maybe it's not the first time. But now all of a sudden they're concerned. You've been able to look at murder videos on the internet since day one since one video. So what's different? This is public. You know, they're they're they're essentially pandering to whatever this viewpoint is that people have in New Zealand that there shouldn't you know, these things shouldn't be allowed. But who is also there's this weird like maternal Listrik. I call it the devouring mother. It's like the evil maternal Listrik archetype to where it's like. Okay. If you say that there are customers out there who don't think that this type of stuff should be viewed or should be spread. Don't put the youth the fortune URL into your browser. Guess what? For chance not coming up with your browser. You don't put the URL in there. You know, what I mean, they don't they don't advertise making decisions for other people. So let's get into this further. There's more to the story here Optus has a statement about why they did it, and it has to do with their opinion about the what's community wants them to do. This is they think their customers.

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"hsen" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on The Full 48

"But I also felt like it was wrong on him to want out at that point. He had his entire career in front of them. And I think what he's realizing now is how fragile winning is. And how difficult it is to find that chemistry to win. And he had that. And he ran from it for no reason, if you really did want out of Little Brown shit like we said, well, he was probably leaving the year anyway, and if not then targeted leave two years, and he still would have your career in front of them. So I just I I was disappointed with some choices that he made in the way that you went about it. And I know he was young. But you know, I know when he was nineteen twenty twenty one in the entire franchise frigging before the brand team back and carry wanted no part of of leading the team. And he said like, I'm I'm just kidding. I'm trying to figure this out. Looking to me for this. And you know, he only had a couple of years with LeBron's. And then you figured like the kind of act like he had all the answers. And I just kept thinking back to the nineteen twenty twenty one year old kid who said he wanted. No part of this and thinking, okay. Well, let's see how this goes in. You know, I've been wrong on a lot of things in life. But I'm not surprised by anything transpired in Boston. Not one thing. Yeah. And that I I read it the way you did initially before I allowed myself to flip flop which was that even if you didn't wanna play with LeBron or even if you thought that was some stifling you play out the string. Lebron leaves? Okay. So he left you you'll he left Cleveland find you still have the remains of what was it championship team with another all star caliber player and Kevin love and. Yeah, if if they don't retool well around you, then you are free agent a year later. I thought the way you did. Which was this was way premature this was not unnecessary at that juncture, then I let myself get taken in. All of this. Yeah. You know, be really fun when he joins them in L A, and we can ride this whole wave again, I'm Biagio Messina, and I'm jokin seen. We are the producers behind the H HSEN television documentary series unmasking a killer. Join us as we explored the identification capture and arrest of Joseph James Angelo, the alleged Golden State killer in a special ten part podcast series unmasking killer, all new episodes premiering Tuesday. February twelfth subscribe.

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"hsen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yes. Animals farms casinos. Yeah. Okay. Let's not beat around the Bush. I can't wait for this. Explain what you did. Well, I have a lot more to come. I recorded my a lot this weekend. And she did not know I've done this throughout my whole life. So she knows she knows that I do this. This is a clip of her talking about I will have to stop it here and there because we go onto something really funny after we're watching the gem channel or the jewelry channel it's like a jewelry channel it's like QVC or HSEN, except it's all jewels. All all jewelry, all the time. No, he just watches it. Yeah. I've only Jason. I only know about this through dawn through her mom, one of them is just British is totally sounds like a channel you would walk that sounds like danger for me she like her. I would be ordering stuff they have to create a relationship with their viewers as well to keep them watching just like we do. So they reveal things about their personalized. She knows all the hosts names she knows when they come on. She knows like, well, she just got married and her husband is from South Africa. And she met him when they went down to look for diamond. I'm like, oh my God. Yeah. So she knows all about it. She knows about every gemstone that there is on the planet whether or not it was made in a lab, or if it was it's an organic natural jam that they have grown out of just getting pieces of it, and you can grow it then and elaborate if it's man-made or not I mean, she knows everything about this evaluation things. So she is watching and she had like. Guess she likes to engage with them. Like she for the first time got on their Facebook. This is her talking about her asking a question. And I asked.

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"hsen" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Eight Australians touring Alsatian Ovidio yesterday HSEN kids. It didn't. Exactly. And as well as you could also get service of veggies. Thomas Ronin enjoy Mexico for myself Ross of touring car, goodness back in the day. But yeah, definitely one of the big races if you're super touring fan that was once about the vote. Oh my God. Stor very good students holding a library book. Which appears to be a video cassette type thing as kids. He's definitely one of the one of the big races at the time, Gracie international towns him the Australian towns. Also something on memory. Tight from that was grandsons. The showed a video footage of Brad Jones taking a Murray Walker around Bathurst in the algae famous clamp. When we come in tighted all 'em now get a couple of times they was in that particular one commentator government in the try other blame into our strapped him on other things. Probably one, she would not be completely scared soil from experience racing, sell off amazed at Murray. He doesn't. There's no favorite with him. He's going around throwing. Because if anyone's ever seen the Dr Waltrip around I in the supercars that's one of the funniest videos is that is supported the most viewed video on YouTube every defined and he's, he's, he's in complete Schalke's fair. Most of the their Murray Walker is is, is is like, yeah. I'll be as I am now able to form words. Going nowhere at the moment, but it's. As a criteria Moi my bait more coins from that type from that video. Just Murray Komen taking Easter howl of the two Lees enormous right now the in climbing for gays, going them tried everything on the noise is making a Murray. Just absolutely one point dope, smacks for someone who's coming heated on so much motive acing as career for the happy, something guy. Suddenly, nothing dissect drawing these. The Hal of a two liter engine over full help, which I think would be difficult to challenge yet. Definitely. If your fantasy patisserie definite recommended said he up today's records very says, the. Resurgence behind. Yeah. I did watch the to our lights as research as feel says. And what I found amazing is if you read about it, you'd think that the Volvo of ROY del Jim Richards, they, they blasted field the flu away and it says it was theirs to lose. But if if you watch it, the son of Richardson Neil were up there and they could have won it and and they were on cost. Probably even overtake the Volvo in the last few labs. If it weren't traffic the EPA skyline and the Dipper and it's fantastic, close race and one for the super touring purists how they come in come in, which to migrate shame. I didn't spots this. It was Gibbons or credit to to you. Like you mentioned about that event in one thousand nine hundred twenty. Lee Lee Brooks also in attendance at that race and. Yeah. He also was that the the, the accord that he and he said with a program, it was the fastest down the straight, but it suddenly had an issue to retire our free, which is which. Of what we've seen in motorsport. The fastest car demonstrate doesn't really make it the fastest. The coroners. Twenty twenty s on store. Great analyzing there. No. And twenty years on why is it Stuart still. So popular with all touring fans, not even just altering caravans, but just motorsport fans worldwide. Super Tori. Isn't it? What's difficult for your finger on? Sometimes why? It's so popular because. All the stuff. That's how bad the politics and the the massive changes that up and over the last few years, a still you just mentioned Bathurst and everyone's wants to watch it. Well, that's that's one factor to it. Like if if you say to a Formula one fan spa, there will be say the air is still a great circuit. So it might have been helped by the baffles name being there for the magic helps because it was in competition with the classic f. I one thousand which at the VA supercars at the time..

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"hsen" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Question. My employer offers both. They offer the traditional four one k. as well as the RAV four one k. and also participate in the raw right now just participating in the traditional 401K and I'm scheduled in the couple of years to max out at which time I was going to take that additional six percent and contribute to the Roth 401K. Nope, I had two years to wait. I want you to do it right away. My concern is to my take home pay. That's my concern. If I make the switch too early, I'm concerned that I'm going to take. I'm going to put myself in a financial by as potatoes to my take home. So let me tell you why you want. I learned a long time ago that whatever you bake in, you bring home, you spend. I don't want you to make less, but the less you bring home, the less you will spend. So I will make a bet with you a hundred dollars right here on this stage right that. But really, I promise you that if you start switching to the Roth and you bring home less money, you will spend less money and you will find that it works. The good news is if it doesn't go back and switch about one, did be great if that happened. So the more money you make the more money you spend, the less money you think you make the less money you spend where you give it a try for me? Yes, ma'am. You got it. Really everybody haven't you noticed? That's true. Like Woody member, we were making four hundred dollars a month, five thousand a year and we used to say or at least I used to say if I only could make ten thousand dollars a year, I'd be sitting pretty oh my God. I only made thirty thousand a year. It would be great of I only made eight thousand one hundred fifty thousand two hundred, fifty thousand half a billion. Now, a million if never was enough and it was never enough because as I was making more money, I wanted everybody to see how much more money I was making. I wanted to impress people that much more and till I got smack big time in the face. That's a whole nother story. But you understand your money will never define you. You define your money. It's so fascinating that sometimes when I wear clothes or whatever, and it could be a ten dollar jacket or just last week I was on this. Oh, it was on the gal king show on CBS the other morning, and I had this jacket on spread jacket and my belt and my flak. We'll t-shirt that I always wear Rachel, Matt met out copies. If you look back on any single show I ever did if our over fourteen years, you will see the same little black t. shirts here. She has the same thing maybe a longer neck, but that's different. But I love Rachel. I have to tell you, I just love that woman, but here's the thing. All right. What was I saying? Where was I going with that? Zakat. Oh, the red jacket, right. So the segments over and then they say, I love that jacket and like expensive, right? I said, no, it was five dollars at the eight which is true at the HSEN store that I happened to be visiting the week before five dollars, and they just looked at me and they said it's not good to lie. I'm not lying, but because I was wearing it because I was wearing it I, it was whatever so little mail saying really, is that what anyway? So but you all understand what I'm saying. You make your clothes, you make the impression and the clothes can never make you look that powerful. It's if you're wearing something and your.

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"hsen" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"I wouldn't want to change anything. I count my lucky stars every day. You'll fortune every night I go to bed. I mean, I I wouldn't change anything. I'm very, very happy. That's awesome. Well, you were like our dream guest to have on here. Yeah, thank you. Let's tell everybody where they can get happy pet. You can get happy pet again Petco at the end of the month, and that'll be the ninety. Sorry. Ninety percent of Pecos the it is on the HSEN website. Most for products aren't Aitchison. I was just inches Senate couple of days ago in the sixth for the first time. That was a lot of fun. And then of course our website, happy pet brand dot com. What is your Instagram? Dr Evanston DR period Evanston and your YouTube channel Evanston Dr Nansen either way you'll you'll see. All right. Well, thank you. So do you hear. Did you know that we are nominated for people's choice award? Just learned that walking in. I see the balloons and everything graduates. Time during your appointments. You can vote for us twenty five times a day per Email, so get the office to do it. Big staff people there. So. Oh, good about this. Thank you so much. Okay. Is he gone. I don't know. He might still hallway, don't really care if he hears this hallway, hot nece I know armpits or they. You were so like I've never seen you. So just like call. Like I knew that you were just saying he was so hot, but you are so calm that I was almost like she's really playing at Cole or she stunned or something. I don't know what to do. Well, I'm not trying to like not trying to hit on him because I knew he was trying to be respectful, but also let him know that he's so hot things going on a real as Houston pointed out a Henry Cavill vibe, totally. Big time. Are you kidding? You don't think that's I have my opinion. I'm beat and that's not. Oh, really? Yeah. Okay. Wow. Mimed be the probably. I tell people if there's intimating doesn't know that the beast has for big and the east end for energy, and then there's a d. in the middle and you can just like Davidson has this Wagner to him Beatty Manley part now we. Yeah. So Tanya, just imitated anyways, but forearm. Wow. Okay. So you know what? I bet he and his girlfriend loves to do look at each other all day. Couples going to have some gorgeous gorgeous. They probably like to look at each other over a glass of wine. I'm bet you they do. I would. So we love wink wine. It's w. I n. c..

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NHS warns ‘no deal’ Brexit could lead to hospital drug shortages and spread of disease

Today

01:16 min | 3 years ago

NHS warns ‘no deal’ Brexit could lead to hospital drug shortages and spread of disease

"Ehich has hospitals and ambulance services, in England say they've been left to their own devices to plan for no deal. Brexit because of a lack of coordination by health Service executives and ministers in a letter seen by BBC. News the group representing more than two hundred trusts warns that drug supplies could run out in the event of a. Chaotic departure, from the EU our political correspondent Chris Mason reports this. Private letter, were sent last Friday to senior NHS manages the health secretary Matt Hancock in the Brexit. Secretary Dominic Robb also received copies a letter written by the chief executive of HFS providers Chris Hopson says preparations for what it calls a no deal. Situation or a hard Brexit have, been hampered, by the lack of visible and appropriate communication claims there's been. Radio silence from. An HSA. England and without national planning and coordination that could. Be both stockpiles and shortages of medicines and medical devices the department of health declined to comment and HSEN garland and NHS Improvement said they were working with. The government which took the lead on contingency planning, for, different scenarios

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"hsen" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"I don't know, but so. So you're the thing I totally understand. Like for example, wise at Verizon because Qualcomm and Verizon have been partners since the inception of of the digital you, you have to remember CDMA was invented by by Falk on so and their first partner was. So I, I get that they have a long term partnership in I, you know, whichever company so that the advantage of five g. is that it's a global thing that the faster people adopt five g. the easier it is for people to just stop dropping off LT. And so it's a win win where people, you know, five gonna piggyback on l. t. but it provides the assistance and just, you know, it it liberates I guess is the word it liberates a little spectrum because it seems companies are not going to be investing more on elti. And have you guys experienced regular h SPA plus on carriers like AT and t. I mean, like three g is whole Rendez right now. Now, like if the phone. In falls into three g just forget it. It's the AT and t. you go to HSB plus, which is it's bad really well. It probably affiliates. Great. But in New York, it's like the worst row the maybe it's just too much. It's congested like it's like. Yeah, to literally edge on t. mobile edge on t. mobile while roaming is faster that HSEN. How insane is that bad? It's literally, I would rather tell me it's not connected. I mean, that's kind of ultimately made him that you would like to have a OPD, but I want to get back to the z. three in that it's a shuttle for this. You know? I mean, I guess propaganda about five g. which you know, I mean it's has it's valid points, but it's a shuttle. This z. three is getting jettisoned. It's going to, I feel like it's going to be out the door by whenever come next year when all the integrated solutions, all the ones that have this nap dragon, eight fifty five inside and you don't need a frigging five Jima to achieve those speeds and. Dust ones are going to be this thick. The pricing is enticing though, and I, you know, I think that the design I didn't see the modem on personally, you have gills, but you know, all Moto modern like that they're all chunky out. So I think it's just the design thing. I don't think it's a, it's an antenna. Like in the old days, you know, you remember those antennas for like the satellite phones? I don't think it's an assess ity. Our design thing. You almost like you're holding a satellite phone with this thing too, which is funny to me because the image of somebody holding up this mode Ahmad and the phone to their face is funny because that's not what the five g. modems fall. This. What I'm thinking here is so as Fisher was saying in that clip by the way great job on that one Joel's the the whole idea behind this modest that's gonna come out within four to six months from now. But by the time this mod comes out is a is in line with or at least coming up close to a potential z for lunch. So like this, this is supposed to be backwards compatible with this phone and the next phone. So I can see why the timeline is the way it is, but still like it only really makes sense to buy the mod if it's expensive with this phone because potentially z. four is going to be the one that comes in at least six ninety nine and then you're paying way more at the but with that. But then you're probably around that time, you know, come early here. You might be looking at a galaxy s. ten with Bilton five g. true. So the the only I guess I think it's just the selling points where it's like, you know, we are giving you a phone. That's gonna be five g. Cape, yes. If you buy this phone now you will be able to. Rectify g whenever surveillances people hold onto phones for more than a year. I guess they're just trying to make it a market. It's Martin, I get more sense to me if the modal line the disease line from Ota was like the only phone on Verizon and if like stuff like the ten wouldn't becoming to Verizon, if something like whatever the next phones iphones are going to be didn't have the potential to have the technology weren't gonna be on rise in the first place because remember the old the old days..

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Bank of England Raises Interest Rates Amid Brexit Worries

Politics and Public Policy Today

04:17 min | 3 years ago

Bank of England Raises Interest Rates Amid Brexit Worries

"Home goods retailer would be folded into HSEN Gina Cervetti CCOO in Minneapolis I'm reporting, that a, Chinese hospitality provider, is weighing the bid for Radisson hotel I'm serenity on WBZ 'em in Chicago locally based HR firm. Challenger Gray and Christmas reports announced layoffs were down in July by twenty, seven percent from the previous month for on KOA com got, a ham from mother nature as farmers rebounded from the start Thank you Courtney today the Bank of England raised its benchmark. Rate to the highest level since two thousand nine as governor, Mark Carney played down concerns that Brexit could be a disorderly process just after the decision Carney spoke, with Bloomberg's Francine LA I think important thing is that this is the right. Decision for the economy given the track that it's on their, obviously there's, a wide range, of Brexit outcomes that are possible and we all hope that by the end of the year will. All be much better informed on which the UK and you're taking In a variety of those potential outcomes They would be. Consistent with, rates at their. Current, level if not if not higher certainly there are could be circumstances where, it would make sense to adjust policy but I think we'll all know what the. Circumstances are in the at that point we'll. Take them into account and take? Decisions what did you not say that actually a disorderly Brexit would automatically will. Wait cuts, because it doesn't automatically follow I mean certainly a set, of circumstances like what happened post referendum where the balance of what happened to the future supply of the economy Demand which was more of a business hit a consumer hit if you recall the time and the exchange. Rate the, combination of those things made sense for us to extend, the horizon over which we brought inflation pack the target support the economy To two years, to today I mean I would, say this but it. Does look like the right call we've got inflation, coming back to target we've got a record employment growth we've got real wages starting to grow we're in. We're in a better position But there are circumstances where, the balance of those three factors would be to inflationary for the tolerances. Of the in the end we? Can, stretch the, horizon we can support jobs and activity but up to a limit and we have to make those judgments at at at that time if. There is a hard Brexit are a crashing out toward ugly Brexit what would happen to the markets well I mean the markets will determine it depends how much the markets have. Pulled forward that situation how much, they then -ticipant as with any market event what what I will tell you go directly to our responsibilities more broadly within the Bank is it's our responsibility to anticipate a very bad version of that. Cliff edge, disorderly Brexit what could, happen to the markets how that would affect. UK financial institutions that we supervise and. Regulate and make sure they have. Enough capital enough liquidity there on top. Of the, risk management prepared for it We had done that we did, that with a brutal stress tests last year and they are capitalized for that and I'm gonna be here when it happened so I'm not if it happens I should say Jeez As a consequence of that, year we, have we have the confidence. There the other set of issues relate to cross cutting issues and the derivative markets insurance markets having to do with personal, data And for those we're very. Clear checklist of he needs to do what and where we are in terms of solving would you extend your tenure given. That it looks like that won't be finished by ninety, leave the well the crunch point really is between the crucial period in the negotiations of see between now and. The end of the, year there needs to be parliamentary approvals by the Brexit day the twenty ninth of March and, the most intense set of. Issues around Brexit or in that in that horizon so as I say it'd be here and.

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"hsen" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Share in the the wealth productivity gains and their wages go up the only way that the wages of the string quartet can go up to match the wages of the car workers which seems fair in a society they're working hard they way that can happen is for the prices of tickets to increase or perhaps for the government subsidize the quartet more or whatever but there's a problem clearly something has to change that is not just the copy solve with officiency and it's the same with those services like health where really you cannot automate the work of a nurse or a doctor you can go someway with smart technology and i think there's a lot of optimism than the future when the old people are a bit more tech savvy you'll be able to do more but it's real limits a drone into to change bedsheets in a house where you've never been before and that's this is when you mar engineer chip of the human race they can just go to a strange house saw something out so these people have paid and it's worked up until now by other parts of the government taking less money by some sort of natural process so for example we spend a lot less than defense than we used to and rather than having to increase taxes to pay for the hsen asia's simply expanded into other areas of government spending but now we've reached the point where that's not really happening anymore and without starting to look more fundamentally at what affordable actually means and what is money and what our taxes you've got to start looking at that level because the the way the world is established the efficiency benefiting industries are pulling away not only in the sense of becoming evermore robot dependent but also in the sense.

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"hsen" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Commending stocks begin with no matter you get the point because you can't take stocks back and get the stock price the same price that you pay because there is no real insurance although you could buy an expensive put underneath with a cost that laura's the return of like pretty dramatically and has to be renewed constantly suitability the concept of suitability is incredibly important that's why for the next hour you're going to learn about a way to measure your own towers versus variety of factors because these days with electron brokers there's no real protection just assign form to say you get it you know what you're getting into and you accept it tonight the bottom line that stops here but the end of this show you will know what suits you and what doesn't no matter what your age or your style where to put it this way caveat emptor no just buyer be a little more aware of what you might be committing your hard earned dollars to when you pull the trigger on a bye and marine new york emory hsen thanks for taking my call course can you talk a little bit about trimming our profits because i get eager and i start firming when i'm up ten or twenty percent which i know you'd say the quality problem but can you talk a little bit more about trimming it is a high quality problem but what would happen if you kept doing that was that you would miss out on some of the greatest greatest greatest stocks in the history of man that you may actually own what i suggest you do is is move that up a little i think you should start selling up about twenty five thirty percent only sell about a quarter position when you're up about sixty seventy percent this is a change from the old days i think then you should sell a little more but then you gotta let it run and if it comes back you can buy some i just don't want you to lose of the great opportunity unless the story changes and then it steps up sell so immediately marlow in illinois more.

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"hsen" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Commending stocks begin with no matter you get the point because you can't take stocks back and get the stock price the same price that you pay because there is no real insurance although you could buy an expensive put underneath with a cost that laura's the return of like pretty dramatically and has to be renewed constantly suitability the concept of suitability is incredibly important that's why for the next hour you're going to learn about a way to measure your own towers versus variety of factors because these days with electron brokers there's no real protection just assign form to say you get it you know what you're getting into and you accept it tonight the bottom line that stops here but the end of this show you will know what suits you and what doesn't no matter what your age or your style where to put it this way caveat emptor no just buyer be a little more aware of what you might be committing your hard earned dollars to when you pull the trigger on a bye and marine new york emory hsen thanks for taking my call course can you talk a little bit about trimming our profits because i get eager and i start firming when i'm up ten or twenty percent which i know you'd say the quality problem but can you talk a little bit more about trimming it is a high quality problem but what would happen if you kept doing that was that you would miss out on some of the greatest greatest greatest stocks in the history of man that you may actually own what i suggest you do is is move that up a little i think you should start selling up about twenty five thirty percent only sell about a quarter position when you're up about sixty seventy percent this is a change from the old days i think then you should sell a little more but then you gotta let it run and if it comes back you can buy some i just don't want you to lose of the great opportunity unless the story changes and then it steps up sell so immediately marlow in illinois more.

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"hsen" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Right sussex roader i was telling you both before the show you both look maybe best i've ever seen you that's true i think you look great because we shot the reunion saturday and it was ten hours and i think you basically feel like you just took a massive poop right yeah it's just like let it all out well ladies your mom's might have screamed for his dad john say hi to our guest bartender jesse bon jovi hsen kelsey and i just i always see you in the best places i mean say here the best place i've ever been let's get started blah lockout spray tan and i'm just curious if you ladies think maybe she went a little too far seems like a lot did that with her and the like that was buried tana's well i watched it because well she was at it again about her boyfriend rob and it was amazing take a look i'm officially divorced reservation blida day because the shirt now that that get lost it is very attractive how strong of a work ethic he had around these so god man thank you rob onto have a lake house in austin after a couple of weeks ago the next time we're married it's going to be yeah i have nightmares that the three letters raw wow it's incredible it's amazing i never fast forward her scenes really my favorite i love shida actually revealed the reunion she basically fast forward through everyone else's she's degrees with me persons stocks we find out that dealing with trip kristen was a lot for you to take tonight take a look.

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"hsen" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

04:09 min | 4 years ago

"hsen" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Sales mobile like on your phone like like the mobile phone cheesy. Crazy, I knew that they did serious business. I did not know that the surprising element. And all of this was that they already owned a portion of it like the already owned a portion of their competitor thirty eight percent. So it wasn't even just like a teeny little slice of the pie. It was like a chunk of the pie. I mean, I think it's smart in order to stay relevant and to compete as someone who doesn't work in the home shopping industry. I would say they're very similar quality QVC and ancient San in terms of how they present products the quality of their hosts quality of the programming there to-to-to like they're the only options here. I don't know who they're competing with globally. I am not aware of that global market. I thought it was interesting that QVC owns both zoo lily and Yvette. I I didn't don't know that. know they own eve, right? So next time you respond to a wedding invitation that comes on eve, I don't send your wedding invitations on E. Okay. Okay. Despite By. game is paperless. Post if you want but don't use EBay. I did not know that that. Oh, why would they want to stay in that business? That's fascinating. I don't know. We've all bought strange things in the night and wondered why we did it probably we bought them on home shopping network. So even it was just up for sale on TV one night. And there were like, oh my gosh. I could do how many payments for this evening business. Yeah. All the jokes Twitter that are like key VC by HSEN for one hundred and five Lolo payments of like jillion dollars. Those are my favorite Twitter jokes right now. I don't know what this means for the branding. I don't know if it's going to be one network now, I don't know if it's going to be the two names and focusing on what they do best under the one parent company. I don't really gather that yet there may be new information by the time. We listen to this episode that I can share next time. I don't know. Do you? Do you listener people do you shop on the TV? I mean. I think this was a smart business move that they needed each other's resources that at this point in order to compete with an online seller like Amazon, you have to have all those resources together there so much money involved in this deal. It's hard to kind of comprehend. But I think they're preparing for their next steps and how to survive. Yeah. I think a lot of this is going to be going after younger generations and getting away from that idea that it's the the old woman who's up at all hours ordering things at random on the TV. I think they're going to try to diversify their customers as much as possible. Yeah. As I should heck. Yeah. So that'll be very interesting. If I have any opportunities to tour H O sentencing Pete. I'll take pictures if I'm allowed if anyone knows how to get me one of those Hala I used to watch a whole lot of HSEN in my early college years because I would pull these wicked all nighters, and I just wanted company while I was up that late. It's very soothing. So yeah, that's what's happening in the world of. In the world of the home shop. Well, let me tell you about the latest political scandal question Mark is it a scandal? Segue. Good job Lululemon is suing under armor over a bra various central part of my wardrobe to garbage fire companies going at it in court. Can we handle it? What is your problem with Under Armour girl? Do you know about their politics, and what's going on with some of the decisions they've been making? Ooh. Oh, okay. Cut that line. These companies are legit big big players in the industry, but they've just made some decisions and passed regarding how they want to run things how they wanna deal with consumers that I'm not exactly crazy about. But I'm assuming any large business is going to have an element of that. That's why I call them garbage fire companies. But okay, okay. Take it with a grain of salt. So enter armor, just to preface under armor is having a very interesting week. They just signed a sap rocky for the next year and the middle of announcing their collaboration with ASEP rocky..

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