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On The Media

03:55 min | 2 months ago

"i like" Discussed on On The Media

"Few years back put on by the public theater in central park. It roiled the political writing. Conservative protesters disrupted controversial performance of julius caesar in new york. Are you sad progressive. Who dreams about president from knifed to death while you're in luck a new production julius caesar in europe let you live out your fantasy. Caesar was dressed like trump had certain of his mannerisms plus a wife kalpana who sported a slavic accent. And of course he's murdered in cold blood. Can you blame the right for being upset. I don't blame the ripe for being upset. Any more than i would blame the left for being upset with a year or so earlier rob melrose production of julius. Caesar that had an obama look alike assassinated on. Stay the tradition of julius caesar in this country change permanently when orson welles staged this play. Nineteen thirty seven at the mercury theatre. If there'd be any and this assembly any dear friend of seizes through him. I say the brutus. There's love to caesar with no less than his. If then that friends emend. Why brutus rose against caesar. This is my answer. Not i love. Caesar less loved rome more. Caesar was just like mussolini and he completely politicized how this play was done. The became a template for how we did. Caesar after that oscar used this the artistic director of public theater. He wanted to show that saving democracy by undemocratic means like killing trump. Like caesar was greater disaster than anything else i think he wanted to create a sense of whiplash in that liberal audience at the delacour theater and one of the ways he did. That was to have fifty actors hidden throughout the audience. So that when brutus in the conspirators. Kill the trump like caesar. They're screaming yelling that castigating him for doing that. They call them out. The problem was when real protesters followed a fake protesters audience members didn't know where the protests were coming from or who was protesting. Want so that invasion if you will The delacour by protesters were paid to disrupt. The show. Ruined the possibility of conversation and dialogue. Or maybe we're just not ready yet for conversation and dialogue in this country but shakespeare does seem to be used like the bible in the sense that anyone can find a defense for whatever they believe in his text. Do you think his message his intentions. His morals were more explicit in elizabethan times. On the times they were written. I don't think so. And i think that's.

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"i like" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"i like" Discussed on On The Media

"Model. That is time tested shakespearean comedy pause for a moment at caliban. In the tempest this beastly figure who in one thousand nine hundred sixteen production is a stand in for the unwashed immigrants here. Those are my grandparents. I suppose on both sides living on the lower east side who are called by sociologists that the day kind of taliban figures look at their faces look at their shoulders as they go to and from the sweatshops sometimes on my own without us with cloven tongues do his me into madness. Caliban is in the late. Nineteenth century increasingly seen as a darwinian missing link half have beast and he became a kind of metaphor or stand in for those who were not fully accepted into white anglo-saxon culture. A very talented. Playwright named percy mckay wrote this great mass of caliban caliban by the yellow san. The caliban figure was supposed to be somebody who was educated successfully into american culture. If you will accept every fifteen or twenty minutes. He tries to assault or rape miranda. He's incorrigible even as this was being staged get undermined. Its message of acceptance and only underscored that america could not absorb.

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The Hustle & Grit Experience

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"i like" Discussed on The Hustle & Grit Experience

"Me yet and Instagram Prince William's two underscores. You can also find me at my YouTube channel Go real Prince William's if you like this content, and share my episode to all of those that you think would benefit from this red pill knowledge. The title of this episode is called how to be like water off in this episode. We're going to be discussing. Why is it important to practice adaptability in your lifestyle how to be fluid like water we're going to touch on the points thought it mean to be shapeless. How do you go with the flow of life? And what is adaptability so stay locked in and enjoy the discussion because we're going to go right into it. In the intro, you saw Bruce Lee speaking about being like water. Why is this important? What he's talking about is learning how to practice adaptability in our lives and let go of anything that doesn't serve Us in order to do that. There's a certain level of Letting Go and allowing yourself to flow or allowing yourself to be we often get in involved in things that hold us back. We tend to let our external situations affect our internal environments which manifests negative things back into our lives disinfect takes are positive thoughts that serve us back in transfer transfer those. Such a negative thoughts which doesn't serve us at all. You can see how this is the start of many problems water seeks to find his own level. Meaning that if you're not careful, you can manifest negative people things and circumstances into your life. You have to be careful about what you're thinking about be thinking about what you're thinking about now repeat that be thinking about what you're thinking about Bruce Lee was also talking about how much water can float in water can also crash meaning that water can build and water can also destroy so off. We had a Crossroads here. We can choose which direction we want to go. Do we want continue to build our lives in a positive manner or do we want to grass or to enter the store Our Lives thinking negative and manifesting negative situations the process where I was when you allow yourself to be or to become like water. You're actually allow yourself to be in this this most natural state. You're allowing yourself off. Began to supposed natural state water in his most natural state is pure energy there for you and your most natural state are flowing within pure energy. And if you allow yourself to slow and growth, there's no limitations in where you can go or what you can do. Therefore. We have to kind of fashion our lives behind that same ideal. We have to be really careful about labels. We don't realize that we are not our labors. We can be more and we can do more you are about pure energy energy needs to flow in order to grow. The the first law of thermodynamics is energy is neither created nor destroyed. Energy is always expanding. The universe is over. They always expanding since you are pure energy. You are always expanding you are made of the very particles that water is made up of water is made of the particles from the universe tell you agree that you have to Invisible gases oxygen and hydrogen bonding of invisible particles that create a very visible reality which we call water. The earth's surface is made of 3/4 water. You are made up of Life Force water every cell in your body functions via water without water you cease to exist. That's why you have to be mindful of what you say and do because you're invisible reality or go invisible thoughts. Positive or negative can create a very visible reality. Is that starting to make sense you again? You have to be mindful of what you say you into because the thoughts in The Invisible can bring the visible to your reality to allow yourself to flow is to be and be as the actual word. They'll be coming. Thursday, is the ultimate level of attainment for a male. Especially not be a non-participant in your development of people when you practice these Concepts you actually starting to become more adaptable which circles back to my original thought about being adaptable and letting go what doesn't serve you being like water is coming to these into the self-awareness and having the ability to change and your thoughts and bring and take your life into your own hands. As you become more self-aware, you're held to a standard of the knowledge that you are receiving. So you're essentially becoming a vessel. So just like a vessel when the vessel becomes full it overflows. It gives a big of his content. There are four saw you as you become more of a vessel, you're responsible for the knowledge that you receiving as you receive more knowledge and become more self-aware. You actually are giving you actually putting more into yourself so you can give more wage water becomes to cut. That's what Bruce Lee was saying. You put water in the cup. It becomes the you can create any direction of your life that you want. But which do you choose do you choose life or do you choose alternative do choose to create is to choose life to choose death is to destroy many of us are on a path that leads to destruction. We make decisions that only lead us to a path of a early death whether that beat that death be literal or whether that sometimes often metaphorical it leaves us feeling empty and unfulfilled water can destroy anything that it comes up against again Bruce Davis and water can flow or you can crash you put water in the cup. It becomes the cup water is formless yet steeled. That concept alone is deep. I'm a leave that for another video but think about that water is formless against the Palm. This is what makes us limit this and highly effective to be able to flow and to create whatever we desire in our lives. But if we choose to destroy or we choose to be negative and be on the path of Destruction it can cause us to be limited. So let's take the lessons for Bruce Lee was actually same and is this be Limitless the forms be shapeless become like them and be water monster..

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"i like" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"i like" Discussed on High Noon

"Basically the gaslight is on for the giants. You guys need to get gas. And you keep driving. Now, we get a little bit for before we get gas. Okay. We get a little bit closer. Okay. Then you almost house. Well, we can just get gas in the morning. Okay. But in the morning, you're still going to need to get gas. They gotta get gas in the draft cause y'all still need gay. But we got these new tires got these new tires cycle Barclays here. And he's gonna make you go all the it's like, no, we still be asked to go as far as take us, and that's the curse of getting saquon Barkley. It's not. Worst case scenario is not that maybe he's going to be mediocre. It's going to be that. He's so good that he helps keep that job and drop their draft pick. Yes. This team needs to take. No one in the NFL. By the way, turns out is good and tanking. What I'm learning? Anybody Oto Beckham about this? But he heard the quarterbacks go be are you serious about those twenty yard lesions though that get some gas man we's last quote, today's gay strike Babe Ruth out every top. I'm not trying to disrespect him, you know, rest in peace. You know, shout out the baby. Fridge really of Adam out of out of two forty-three a last year one hundred twelve batters seventy seven innings while pitcher for the Rockies public. Could you be right? I mean, I have an issue with how we do the time travel hypothetical because this guy is basically implying that he could go back in time like mardi MC flying back to the future. Riba view of Johnny be good before Chuck Berry ever did then zip back out. And that's not how this works. He can't just back in time and strike out Babe Ruth the question is if you guys both contemporaneous lived in the same era, and you both had access to Trish and conditioning in technology and the wisdom of Babe Ruth going forward. How would you do? And that's where we are disrespecting the bam beat. Okay. We all agree that modern players have all these advantages that they didn't have back in the day in that. There are more good players in baseball now than there have ever been. Yeah. And there's more guys stolen buckle one to all of that. However. No would in American professional sports has been better than his peers than that do was than his like, I get it. I understand it. I fully get the idea that there's Babe Ruth. You know, oh Bank of the day down at all this now man, he's still be out here killing it right now. And he he was an amazing hitter. He was an amazing pitcher he was Shohei Ohtani before that the best argument against Babe Ruth is that he didn't face the competition. That was a ethnically racially diverse or be as strong as you said that is the thing is they segregated when Babe Ruth played baseball. And they were not like people playing baseball when Babe Ruth played baseball. Yeah. No black people might be one possible. Yeah. There might be one. Never know. Yeah. I would ask him. Dodges clutch..

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High Noon

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"i like" Discussed on High Noon

"You don't really Bo does this change your perception of? I mean, it's not the first implausible thing. I've ever heard him say. They really don't think that this moon thing happened. This is this is this is one that's out here that the United States. They we go to the moon. Yeah. Yeah. No. This is Cold War propaganda. Reviving we were at the per nNcholas bladder stuff. Now, we're at the Cold War. Not a fun thing. I find to be ridiculous, right? Like do. You think the world is flat? That is indefensible argument that you have there now on this thing about going to the move. I believe that we went to the move. But that is the sort of thing I could see them making up not saying that they did make it up. But are you really putting it past, but they wouldn't make this job getting an economics ph. That is how you know. They will last about stuff man say I've not saying that this was made up. I'm just asking what we need to go. The move forward. I place benefits where they go, admittedly, the answer to that question in historical terms is American exceptionalism, which isn't a great motive to do much. Historically. We got rocks. We got rocks back and a lot. All right. All of that's correct. We have rights those Ross K for the mood. I'm just saying if somebody told me that they didn't come from the moon. I'd hear him out. I want you to be careful though, Mani because the people the astronauts that you're kind of. Say it. I'll believe that. We went to the moon. I'm just saying that is the sort of thing that people lie about, but here's the problem with Steph who is not as nuanced, albeit I still think that's problematic of he is saying stuff that people have confronted people like balls Aldrin about Buzz Aldrin, ov- Apollo eleven. Second man is put on the moon. And I just want to warn him. If you ask algen person about this. This is what it might look like. Swear on the bible walked on the moon, actually. Get here. Four on the bible that you walked on the moon. It doesn't sure I don't have nothing to do with this. Coward and wire and. And you heard that douse the impact a coward a liar and beef and buzz Aldrin's says I was a second person to walk on the moon. But I'm going to be the first punch you right in your face right now, actually at this point could be like I was the first person to walk on the moon. How would you know? How would you know, how could you tell a magic healthier that man is Super Bowl coming up next? Is there another year of the alive? Manning for the giants. There might be the year. I wrote podcast like high news and Bomani and.

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"i like" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"i like" Discussed on High Noon

"And you had when the worst games your career didn't crack three digits so on the pass yardage Joan all three digits, but hey, man, the winter you do the post game interview. Yes, they call them not to there was Russell Wilson power posing as he always just confident as he always is. But his list of prepares fief is is there one for that the situation. I feel like yes. Repaired speeches for every situation ever even that he's ready. He's ready to take credit even if he was just a little bit shakey. But speaking of shaky our first named Kirk cousins your boy after Minnesota crawled it's way to all of seven points. Seven against shut out the Vikings today fired first year office coordinator, John D Filipo. So Bo who felt like the bigger problem to you last night. Was it Mr. cousins or was it the offensive coordinator? First of all, welcome to the NFL people talk about giving a deep Lippo, dude. A head coaching. John got fired from his assistant coaching job. I mean, I don't know skiing wise, whether the what was the problem. I know he wanted to run the ball less. Mike Zimmer the Mike Zimmer wanted to run the ball more. They ran the ball a lot more before. But man, they thought they were a quarterback away. And so they pay twenty seven million dollars a year to get this dude right here, yet guess what they look like they're a quarterback away. They also looked like their offense of line away to be fair to him and diva Lippo, but what was that the ball dead baggage as we know the broadcast gave him credit for presence of mind that is the opposite of presence of body. Got what have you? Thank God, really tabby as Mary catching that. Because if you didn't we would probably be laughing at this even more than we are right now. But you're right. They were running the ball. Second most often in the league last year thirty first underneath Lippo and indefens- of Kirk cousins. He in the first seven games, he looked fine Pila good at times. But but now, it's like what do you do when this is the guy who invested all that money? And because I don't think he is the long term solution to jump off the treadmill of mediocrity that this team has found itself off thing with me and cousins, even if the numbers looked better early. He looks about the same the circumstances changed around him, and in Washington breath was if everything was right around him than things could be right with him is a lot to ask any football team to have everything right around it. But that one has a lot going right ally goal, right? Probably the best pair starting wide receivers. In the league. They've got a decent running game there. Again, the offense of live becomes its own issue. But he is that he. Game changer, and he's being paid like and the stat of the day is that he is four and twenty four against teams with winning records. He's Owen five this year against teams that are winning. And we have this play in the game that he did wanna throw to both here. We have a special teams play it as a field goal. It has Bobby Wagner. Leaping over beeping over zone colleagues there, which is a problem. That's not allowed. You can't yoursel. Right. I agree. You cannot volt yourself. It does it look like he bolted himself. It looks like he put his hands on those. But he'd involved himself spirited law baby spirit. I want to get rid of the letter of the law as well though. I would love it. If you could just like cheerleader thrill guys into the air to block field goals. I want more of what you then do is affected -ly Aratu. Kate the field goal from football. There is the reason that room is there because otherwise there would not be a single field goal that ever through. But I thought he got over disable the tap little doubt la- tech. The trade off between no field goals and acrobatic field. Glint lock. They wouldn't be activated field goal blocks. Try there wouldn't be field goals. Sorry aid to be that guy. Dry solutions oriented, I. Yeah. Man, go next name broad and way last night. Lebron Dwayne Wade played last time the emotions were flow it public. Just how rare is this friendship. It's extreme..

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Around the Horn

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"i like" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Shug investigation we know brennan used to drink beer and chubbier there's many stories about how good he was it we know he doesn't anymore twelve so when the beer's came out colbert looks at the camera off camera and doesn't switch a real you saw that then one might be darker than the other one certainly as a hey the shows also under investigation because the finish kb can you say without a doubt tom brady chug a beer last night i cannot say that i can't tell from looking at that where's the where's the head on their where's the frostiness you know what tom brady you wanna real beer drive four hours north up to stover mont and get yourself a heady topper at the outcome amory i'm suspicious and not just because tom brady's dressed like an international man of mystery there but because of this switcheroo look i don't know it might have been a beer but was it a real beer was it a gluten free beer i'm leaning towards something like that national man of mystery or frank is sola bouyed communications game into kind all right so we talked a little bit earlier about the kirk cousins contract and i just wanted to get into it and say is a big deal sure it's probably only going to impact quarterbacks but man this doesn't happen before for reason which is not that the union negotiators contract guaranteed contracts is set no player has taken the risks necessary to get there and i salute you kirk cousins because it every turn people's hold him not to do it his own team maligned him and yet he persisted and it was awarded a big today the nfl.

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Around the Horn

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"i like" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Tournament not refereeing in this year's tournament after calling the final four last year is ted valentine he says it's because of this when he turned his back on joel berry you buy that franken if that's the case is the punishment fit the crime i think that contributed to that of noxious moved by referee i think two years of coaches probably complaining but i do think all these games that you're gonna play here's a guy that rift in the acc tournament seventy bottle you meet the tell me he can't do one game i find out how i don't think the punishment fits the crime which was incredibly immature and this is coming from someone who turns up phone when she doesn't want to have a difficult conversation it is ridiculous but come on it he apologized as well these worked twenty four march madness tournament games he for years and he's worked four final fours in the final game and the guy doesn't deserve to work a few games in tournament i think that's a tragic less take on there yeah i what everybody said you know what i'd like to see a little transparency from the ncwa officials and see how they great out these guys and hopefully they do like the nfl the best guys from the season move onto the best the biggest most important game no migrate blackstone or holes for the gladstone showdown next mean con kevin blackstone showdown mentioned that earlier bridgewater and bradford deals teddy to the jets sam to the cardinals nina whose fans should be more plus i gotta go with the jets you know the bradford deal he's in a division race probably not going to be competitive teddy on the other hand lot of upside there the jets probably aren't going to compete now but in the future they have something to look forward to if he performs well well we bradford you're getting a goes already had to operate the aclu and had to sit out because of another injury last year in bradford you get an in teddy bridgewater you get a guy who's young you saw him explode onto the scene hopefully he's repaired hopefully he's the better quarterback and you getting into okay so yes right one horrific life changing surgery is fewer than two horrific license aging surgeries i agree with you both we'll get the point split we'll move on tom brady on colbert here it is.

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Around the Horn

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"i like" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Like with new orleans did right here comes a like this move and more importantly i like the fact that new orleans put themselves in a position where they could make this move pay the veteran quarterback because they've drafted so well last year they had arguably the best draft in the last ten years as a result they could splurge on quarterback because they're spending so little elsewhere i think they're neck and neck with minnesota philadelphia absolutely a super bowl contender next year fifty million dollars is a bargain it's difficult to say that but it is i mean they got a guy that at thirty nine who's the last thirty nine year old to play in the super bowl peyton manning he wanted and john brand so i'm tom brady even more reason vichy or any forgot about last year but okay if seventyone is today's fifty thirty nine is today's thirty one if you will i think now eleven for what he paid thank you a year buyers fell in four minutes and ten seconds i actually i said two minutes of a math is too confusing on this show hey there i'm a glue stick so i have one job i glue kit stuff so sorry for being jealous of gyco who doesn't ton more like if you twenty four seven access to thousands of licensed agents and geico has been around for over seventy five years and has a ninety seven percents customer satisfaction rating while i've just got mediocre at he's of skills kyko also has an award winning mobile app arts and crafts time no eating the goose stick miss lydia darko expect great savings in whole lot more.

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"i like" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"i like" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Quarterback tony but one thing we know about him is that his production depends on the talents around them we saw him in washington in the final year when there are a lot of injuries as kyar dropped sixteen points now in minnesota he will be surrounded by talent it's a great situation however in twenty one thousand nine hundred twenty twenty some of that talent is going to go away because of how much they're paying him and his performance could drop so i like this now is win move or like this win now move but beyond that i'm not so sure oh i like it for the three years that you know who's your quarterback going forward that they are going to reference that by getting rid of bridgewater bradford and keenum so it's really not as much of a cost factor as people might believe and i think when you do surround him with great ofensive talent like what he had washington that i think that he is going to at least keep them on a level plain that they have a chance at the super bowl once again as they did this year and really i think it's a great win win for him to go there play indoors he's a mid western guy and it's going to be a good win for the vikings because i get a guy that's a quality quarterback in the top ten at are you vite that okay i get it but you said not as much a cost factor we're talking about twenty eight million per which is the highest yearly salary bonus included and we're talking about lee guarantee for the life of the eighty four million dollars and you don't think that's a cost factor k b how about you it is.

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The Laravel Podcast

01:54 min | 5 years ago

"i like" Discussed on The Laravel Podcast

"Anyways rant over but yeah when i get those emails i have a snippet of plus cancel and then it to sell some exactly how to do that so i have it for every possible common question you could get like students sometimes when coupons so i have a snippet that ask for their um university student id so i can give them a coupon you know that's a really safe you'll huge amount of time outgoing question what is the best fruit juice i'm a big cranberry guy oh yeah i like the caribbean electrolyte that alike variations on curb rail like the korean apple uh a dig at like the current apple i'm a fan i think i might just go with like a good like every once in a while you get a perfect orange juice it's almost impossible to fat but every once in a while like if you're at a restaurant you get this big glass of sugary orange juice i never realised as a kid that juices just covered in sugar that actually terribly youths idealism like wow this is like liquid health and you find out no there's a hunts of sugar almost as much as a regular coq it's a it's crazy what about on so i live in florida the but i didn't grow up in florida so growing up i liked orange juice lie that same problem and drink a couple of glasses or a day and i don't think it contributed to much my health i think i might have said either cranberry mixed 'cause we would by all those like organic click cranberry blueberry clinked cranberry whatever one's grapefruit i feel great future sittings underappreciated and reflected drink it every day but i think it's like it's a little tart right it doesn't have that sweetness quite so much you feel healthy but then i moved to florida and i get fresh orange juice like on the regular and now i don't think anything else can compare but we i was actually thinking about it because we got the um the the freezer stuff where you buy like the low can from the freezin' mix it up on the other week because like we're trying to be all frugal and stuff in was awful it's really bad it is it.

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The Laravel Podcast

01:38 min | 5 years ago

"i like" Discussed on The Laravel Podcast

"Supporting that i think it was a big deal for basically opens up spark to european customers because if that wasn't supported and people still may want to do this even if it is supported is you know you have to do something like stripe atlas which is a really interesting thing wear stripe is launching this new kind of programme where they incorporate a us corporation for you and you actually run your business as a us corporation even if you live somewhere else in the world which is really nice because a you know the taxes are a lot simpler are i presume you'll have to worry about vat tax and all that but yeah so the option is there you know whether people choose to still use something like stripe palaces is up for them but i think it's a spark makes it a lot easier to do all your vast stuff that was probably really boring to us customers but uh yeah for europe people is probably you know music to their ears i have so many friends who said they never bothered starting a company like you said before because it's just it's so complicated there's you don't even want to go down that path even you explaining it was a little overwhelming to me because i've never done it so yeah i mean even even if you're in the us riding all that stripe code is really a pain in keeping track of all that so in anything added on top of that this is that much worse because yet so true stripe makes it so much easier than the way it used to be and it still is kind of a pain in the but to do so it's like you need strive which is a layer on top of the the old way and then cashiers layer on top of strife it's amazing how many little abstractions we make to make the stuff somewhat usable skrela a really is pretty wild.

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The Laravel Podcast

01:50 min | 5 years ago

"i like" Discussed on The Laravel Podcast

"And then you don't have to charge them any vat tax and if you're selling certain things like um i think maybe education or nonprofit they have a discounted vat rate so there's all kinds of rules but how that simple omitted and spark a sorry to go on alone tainjy here but how that implemented and spark his we do gathered the two forms of location but then all you have to do is implement the tax percentage method on your user model which is already a cashier method for years i mean that's been around for a long time and that basically will set the tax percentage on strike for how much stripe is going to charge them additional tax and so within that method you can use whatever means you want to get your tax rates so there's all kinds of ways you can get your vat tax rates some people call like a third party api that keeps their tax rates current or whatever and you this past them the country that you need the tax rates for some people use a package that has the tax rates cut of hard coded which has a larry bell package that has that but basically that's up to you in the nice thing about that is it doesn't just limited to european vat because like canada has taxes they have to charge on digital goods and if the us ever had attacked system like that which has come up in congress before but stalled out where you have to charge tax based on whatever state the person's in or whatever whatever county then that would make it work for any country essentially and then even further there's in sparked there's a billing address updated event where any time the customer updates they're building address spark will automatically recall that tax presidents method to get an updated tax percentage an update the striped subscription automatically with the new tax percentage so it kind of keeps all that in sink and really all you have to worry about a long story short is making sure attacked percentage method.

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The Laravel Podcast

01:30 min | 5 years ago

"i like" Discussed on The Laravel Podcast

"You actually have to have two forms of proof um for why you're charging them the tax rate that you're charging them and so one of them can be the declared you know just billing address of the customer but when you're using stripe we can actually conveniently pulled the banks origin country on your credit cards that gives us a second proof of where you are and if those two don't match spark will you know have a validation error that your card origin country doesn't match your declared billing country so using stripe makes that really easy and then we can store that annan the invoices table we store that as well because just because they have to uh are just because they were in say denmark at the time of one purchase doesn't mean they didn't move to great britain a year later so we store the country on every invoice i'm so that we know you know we can prove why we charge than the tax that we charge them it's awful people actually have to worry about writing that stuff not only that but you're supposed to store all that for ten years to keep records for ten years and your invoices like i said have to be certain ways like the regulations are on invoices where they have to be sequentially numbered you know the tax has to be listed and then there's a layer on top of it where if you're a business say i'm i'm reading forge in denmark and a business in great britain wants to buy forge you don't have to charge them tax but they have to give you a valid vat identifier number that proves that they are a actual business.

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01:58 min | 5 years ago

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"The command spark whatever the commend ms nightly or whatever and as soon as a really is super fast and super easy and it makes the charge you know obviously really quick to load because there's no they don't have to do any calculations at all of it is pulls the data strict directly from the database and throws in the charts so it's actually really really fast schedulers so good you we forget like how so good goods like a nightmare back in the day i for whatever reason i could never remember the sequence for a for the krahn jobs united's ridiculous i should know it but i always ended up reserves could remember that and then you'd had a ones where it was like to slash ten and you're like what had to divided by ten what was that again i'd always have to get a refresher because you don't write the krahn jobs enough you know usually have just a handful per project and then you never touch him again so yes schedulers so good yes absurd those are really cool feature that came about in a really roundabout way with all that tax mess which tax in europe is it's really a mess and i hope it never becomes that way the us do you think you've cracked it though yeah so basically in europe you have what's called this value added tax or vat tax wear starting january first or 2015 so last year there was a new regulations that you have to charge tax based on wear the customer is where the customers purchasing or stuff not where you live and that was based the idea behind that was basically to create this level playing field because businesses could incorporate in a country that had very forgiving tax rates and you know get a big break but with the new regulation since you have the charge where the customer is is sort of levels all that out were you can't really you know be and a tax haven so to speak with your european business and so the tricky part is there's uh you know you have to know where the user is and you have to prove you have to prove that that's accurate so what are user first size of your out.

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01:30 min | 5 years ago

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"It also new registrations you know new users time and then of course you also have not and graf orbited text form you'd have how many users are subscribed each plan how many users are trialing each plan so you can get an idea for which which of your plans is the most popular and which maybe isn't as popular school because there are dedicated like tools that you can pay for on a monthly subscription that only provide that feature so if this is just something you're tacking on that that's pretty awesome so how exactly does this work so the it's kind of an interesting story behind this whole feature because you have to have like a performer at way to get these numbers obviously without hitting the striped api and pulling down every transaction that's ever happened in your system so basically how it all started was it cut ties into the whole tax system where it's going to sound really roundabout but i promise us all relates but in europe there's actually a regulation that your invoices have to be sequentially numbered like you know let's just say one two three four five six seven eight nine ten and if they're not then tax authorities seemed to look at it like are hiding revenue so to speak they want to see every invoice sequentially and so i built that into spark where you could have sequential invoice numbers but in order to do that i had to capture the incoming charges from stripe on the web hook controller and then store every charged in an invoices table said i could no sequentially when they occurred.

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01:53 min | 5 years ago

"i like" Discussed on The Laravel Podcast

"Another thing is this trying to clean up the dependencies a bit elixirs a really tough one because you need a good number of dependencies to make it just perfect out of the box rights mud the more dependencies you have the longer it takes to install so it's always kind of awkward line you have to walk where it's like like somebody said on twitter the other day um you should have basically no dependencies at all other them sas and it's like leah you could do that but the reality is most people are doing way more than sas if i tell them installed these seven different things for new project to kind of defeats the purpose of how useful a lecture actually is so you that is a tough line because everything you take out of the dependency tree is it makes it faster to install but then it's more work as well all right so on that line i'm taking out a coffee script supports a lot more people used it a year ago or so when we launched it but i'm just getting the feeling that it's more difficult to justify it uh as a default at this point so that's gonna leave that gets rid of a dependency cuffy script will move to an extension so if you do use coffee script your good you have to pull in one extension is thirty seconds and you're back to how you're before another cool thing coming as i figured out a way to lacey load punched the dependencies so that means when you when you run gulf it's going to be like three times as fast as it was before actually can i ask about the is is that lazy loading a like a pre establish thing or two you're using or is that kind of some custom code your own if it's it's stupid basic it's calling a function so this is really my fault i should have thought of this but basically the way it works is when you set up your cult file it basically loads all of the tasks in every task declares its dependencies so even if you're not using a browser or fi it actually will do require browser or fai.

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