17 Burst results for "J. U."

"j. u." Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Get out much he will sell like every R&B singer you know a member of the group to get that deep as boys I know you can late on Monday phone on all day J. U. V. right well we won't come up we will your baby Daddy up and he cut us off he was not feeling well thank you for allowing us to try to wake up we'll we'll get to all and not moving now that's great any baby Daddy Hey we got your back just let him know we got your back thank you well you well go every morning on it as we do so Kaelin warnings on power one oh six one issue it's still No shoes one of three our one oh six really try to stuff it noted on J. first name this is thirty full it has so many bottles gave ugly.

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"j. u." Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on KCRW

"Page trump down everything that's happened to you under constructed brewed at least passively and five of them J. U. D. G. memory is us nothing gets away everything you just punch the deep inside your inner class J. and it seems to drive that vehicle scenes pouring in from around her dreams drinking mental stuff on Scully once you think it well not you can do to stop simply got to nevertheless the we but sometimes I'll go over run there's nothing I expect to run to win all of the sudden the fun begins feeling like in my brain their lives and and I think it's pocket then they're not saying maybe I am just a little man in a space capsule riding round cannibals and deep down inside manus sounds the engine go giants the I'm driving the running the motion sick whatsoever to get projects are popping on such a deep in the plumbing sauntering onto some.

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"j. u." Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Like you I was wondering why these people all all these people forty percent thirty five I don't see that they're cheering on their own oppressors and making life dangerous for them and their children hello why don't they see it thank you you probably asked a question that is always the national call center why not all let me get into it a little here okay try to delve back into my hobby in the past which will breed neon and all those guys you know yeah call J. U. N. the German media product out of that account okay so I fell upon Jonah hill's it's called the person on earth shadow individuation themselves okay and that's how people that never got past their Prasanta think that's real thank you that's them okay that's their content and anything that the ego leads him from the unconscious it was quite twisted okay doesn't come out like it's supposed to be closed yes Sir has to go through that personify or that mask you think oh actually that's their content they think it's real and young himself seven thirty thirty either way susceptible to authoritarian rule okay you look at that it's it's a fifteen minute tutorial by NHTSA callin me ideas thank you thank you I'll get you a nuts and bolts the mechanics Hawaii's people easily duped okay that's All I Want to say.

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"j. u." Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on Power 106 FM

"The money Rankin weigh ins Kelly it's time to awake fantastic employment tans good morning good morning oh my god make up we want to wait a little while such a long time what well we wait you know whose low as the are we waking up my girls gone wild are you can you believe I anything to drink I'm not what's their name but we we go a little as a on this day the queue without ride your mama's date yeah they can yes and that's your mom a stylish J. U. I just got your bikini on doing in the queue is on rise is that a picture we don't believe you and yet are you aware yeah the mother every morning on the team as we do you know a little our one oh six one issue.

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"j. u." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Eight two two eight eight two an email address L. rush ball if he I mean that J. U. M. as in the middle of a beta download here in we work mostly anyway I have to analyze what the last caller well it's a new apple bay today thirteen point four point five beta one today well no I passionately for me back to normal you see yes yeah I look at I'm sorry I have the optimist gene I can't do anything about it I look for reasons to be optimistic I look for reasons to be happy I look for reasons to be enjoying things can I get an example I need an example when I was being medically prepared to undergo the first round of cancer treatment in a clinical trial I had the under gold medical what is it about my missing a word not investigations preparations I have exams because what that that is a literal poison that they're gonna throw at me and and they had to make sure that I could withstand it turned out that for six weeks five weeks I could and then the side effects just hit me like I mean I felt like I've been run over by a truck and it worked but in the process of these exams one of the one of the potential areas of damage was I damage they said are you sure you want to do this because this can damage as a what kind of damage where you know it's a young clinical trial we're not really sure I said well what do I have to do did you have to undergo a thorough exam I said I'll gladly do that because I have never done that I've never been doing my doctor the last time I had my eyes checked was getting a driver's license renewed we have a little chart up there so guess what because I have to do that I know god prescription glasses I am seeing better than I have in fifty years or maybe thirty I have three different pairs of glasses depending on the circumstance I ma'am and where I am now it's only laziness and a feeling of invincibility that prevented me from going to the doctor in the first place I don't like going to doctors I just figure go out and get some cheaters at the drug store some magnification reading glasses a bit but they stopped everything there was a there was ghosting a blur on everything and particularly on on computer screens so I had to go undergo massive massive I'd examinations okay so and by hook or by crook something going to happen I'm seeing better than I have and I don't know how long I'm not saying it took cancer press to happen I'm saying it took something to make me go to the doctor to get it done it's a positive in the midst of all this and there's little things like that that that done that all right I can't help but I get down folks don't misunderstand I'm I'm not one of these phony all ways miss America contestant positive type thing but but I I have I have the optimism gene and and so I can't help it M. and that's why I'm sitting here and tell you we can't sustain this but anyway back to the original point I went back and because I was downloading the beta walk while talking to the last caller I'll admit I was doing two things at once so I was relying on the transcription of the caller while down what because I was having trouble downloading the bit we got a network out of the hearing that won't download full bore betas I had to forget the network and then we added a bunch some doing this while talking to the guy on the phone because I multi task so anyway I went back over the transcript of the guys call in hit what his point actually was very very important.

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"j. u." Discussed on V103

V103

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on V103

"Not on income that you phone in your rallies I'm not saying it but it it if you read the gaps but I'm not as in all of that so what a way to same jeans and same same as it is I am ready nobody back right did trump is not a germaphobe I would use them next I would move I he and last but not least I don't know that you have three different they did well I will see if they remember that at it when you talk about not be what you can't see it by well you can say about what yeah well you thank I'm sorry you that'd take when you point them to come back to them with that with that was J. J. U. had to pull up out of it you he is not and I don't believe you took the test I really don't elaborate everything no he didn't wear you can't tell any of them as well well just don't he'll never look while he owns a look where you may owns in ways I would not see his hand at all no the White House but nothing now he's not in yet it's just so much going on with the with the president and his lack of leadership of the one thing that I think I'm frustrated about is that it seems like he has left it up to the state each individual state to figure out their plan to protect their citizens when we should just have one plan for the country as and you know they're gonna look at you go look if you go look at this because I'm I watch the news yesterday and I watched him say you know what we're not going to really deal with what trump is.

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"j. u." Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"One needs to win the tournament or ordered to get to the NC double a tournament if there's a tournament it's kind of a jarring statement to hear how how does it sound when it runs around your head J. U. you know it's personal could be with me and and you know me long enough I think you know I'm not saying this just for dramatic purposes there's very very few things in my life that I value more than the ACC tournament my brother coach in this league I've been doing it after about seven or eight years I look forward to it like a kid at Christmas it's just there's old friends you saying and the basketball is always very exciting and interesting and I I will tell you absolutely without question this was the least enjoyable by ever had during the tournament it was very unsettling I could barely focus on the game every time we you know try to get any kind of rhythm the lovely fall but every time we try to get the rhythm of the game more news would break it would be jarring dues in the NBA postponed or canceled who knows what they're gonna do the rest of their season there's there's also sort of a discussion about what the ACC is gonna call off their tournament and you know what that followed the news that they were gonna play without fans and so it was very hard to focus on the game at all and it's it's just sad I mean I'm still not a thousand percent sure plane tomorrow I'm I'm we'll save you know they say we are but if something else happens news breaks wide that they own the overnight they can just call pretty say stay home I mean coach bay hunt set themselves in the post okay and I wouldn't sure we're gonna be having basketball tomorrow so but even if we do there's no guarantee that they'll go all the way through the tournament then there's no guarantee that the NC double a tournament you know this is so unprecedented yet but nothing that's ever gone on before we can't say Hey let's look back at you know this year that year right now they're talking about why would you need to play in a dome if you're gonna allow you know two hundred people come in and watch it so they talk about moving the venue so it's just it's a very unsettling crime and quite honestly the atmosphere in the building was that it was just they were trying to do the weigh normally good bands playing the cheerleaders but it said there's a there's an atmosphere of sadness around what should be one of the happiest events and we're all waiting for the other shoe to drop and even Bob Badal that'll joining us here on sports center all right on ESPN radio about even with the fluidity of the situation you know you can have plan B. plan C. plan D. and you're going through them all within about fifteen minutes and now if we if we make the assumption that there will be an NC double a tournament without fans and that that's a big assumption at this point you know we recall back in nineteen eighty nine that see where it is Sierra finished the season playing without fans because I was a measles outbreak in Seattle but from a basketball standpoint how does a game change when there's no crowd hello again I I would love to give you some witty or insightful answer but how would I know there's nothing to compare it with I mean I will say so what you know modestly that I I spoke much of my career coaching in small colleges in addition the time I spent a division one and yeah you play some of those games and proud bettered that aren't numbered in the hundreds but that's you know used to that's what you're doing digitally speech baby hello two thousand people on Feb you got seven or eight hundred people there's half filled the next week we expect the plane running no matter how small they go with these venues I mean if they're going to look cavernous and yeah you know the players are not used to that they'll be no bands they'll be no cheerleaders you know there won't be anything that the players are used to so I have no idea how they'll react I really don't I can tell you this I mean it was really hard for us Sean Kelly I do in the game tonight his admission as well to concentrate I mean was really hard I would look at my game notes and it was like sometimes you're you know you're very tired you just staring at a TV screen enclosure registering I mean look at my notes all over the world the notes they would even register I would even what I mean by that I don't know I couldn't focus on it because it just didn't seem very like there was going to be more news coming in none of it was going to be good so I have no idea of the players will react I can just tell you was very distracting for me and I was just broadcasting the game it was quite an empty gym usually end of this okay I mean they just use input you know turns upside down a plane and there's no coach there's no referees gonna be playing an atmosphere that's a lot more similar to a pick up game in a really easy gamer big ten game or whatever and yet you're gonna have coach you Gelman and referees there I don't know how to react to that I really don't and it is hard to cut down the nets when there's no fans are and and Bob but you know obviously you know the clocks less than a minute to go here but at this point you've got the NBA hall did what's your sense of how likely is that will have a field of sixty eight next week I would say it's fifty fifty at best I mean all you gotta do and just put yourself in college administrators place you know all the good news find one case of it somewhere and you know how it how you gonna be putting kids out there in harm's way if you look at the what's going on the NBA no just because they found out what was wrong with the jazz maybe if the bus back to Utah from Oklahoma City they wanted a lot of life I I don't know how you gonna let all these kids why yeah if this gets even worse so I wouldn't want to bet on I'm hoping because I love it I'd rather plain it be read the not play but will stay and hopefully the ACC tournament will continue on Thursday our Bob L. Vettel there Bob thanks for joining us here on sports center all night on ESPN radio good to talk to you again Jake thank you always a pleasure and straight ahead Bob mentioned Rudy go bare what's his prognosis we'll have the latest on that with the NBA being shut down that's next to the S. P. N. radio B. A. indefinitely shut down after games and I believe he's going to use the hiatus to decide their next steps four and a half a billion dollar industry powers all **** nilly more sports center all night next okay so are you the type of guy the ones look put together but doesn't want to spend hours at the mall finding new clothes so you can look great at the office on the.

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"j. u." Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight hundred four injury or go to one eight hundred four injury dot com free legal advice one call that's all one eight hundred the number four I N. J. U. R. Y. there is rain in the forecast so you can enjoy the sunshine this week the wind advisory across the bay should expire on nine this morning's like sailing across the bay bridge by the way lots of sunshine highs will be in the mid seventy same for tomorrow eighty for a high on Wednesday and then cooler as we head toward the end of the work we can win should know it just by the weekend we have rain in the forecast I'm but per card examiner and can't make it to the alarm clock before the voices in your head start telling me that it's too early to dart into cold to get out of bed wake up America each morning and morning is an amazing six there is nothing sexier than a woman that you have to sit with it is Monday March second twenty twenty it is a new day here on KGO eight ten because for the first time ever I'd like to welcome you to the morning so I am your host Nikki Madore out and I just everyone that's listening they're gonna be listening on social media and on your radio if you set your alarm.

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"j. u." Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Say March the beat of your own drummer is is drummer could not play well but he still March two I'm pretty meticulously J. U. R. on came away what's on your mind hi Mandy hubby show thank you I work for a large defense contractor outside of Denver I will I'm not going to say the name I am kind of France with the the janitorial service that comes in at least one of the guys and and I see it myself now these are a very smart man and then can be so disgusting they will use the restroom and we're talking the number two yeah and then clean themselves up and walk away slash we do not what and leave the door open for everybody to see okay J. let me let me give you a little window into my world let's just give you meant when Mandy walks into a bathroom with a lot of stalls okay this this is how I roll you walk out because it happens in the ladies room as well when they do not flush so if I see a toilet like everybody's avoiding it I walk in there and flush that that boy was my foot because I'm not going to be dissuaded but I'll do it in every bathroom stall if there's like forestalled that haven't been flushed probably I will flush all four of those dolls I don't know why but I can't leave it like that as of you know obsession with that have you ever had the experience of any it with your foot and it overflows all over the place because that's why people weren't flushing it no not necessarily I'm not talking about like a massive back flow backlog the toilet is out of order situation I'm talkin somebody did their business and walked out without flushing okay and I'll go in and flush all of them I I it's weird I don't know what the problem is that I also white the counter after I wash my hands and I think this came from working in restaurants so long if I'm in I did it last night at del Frisco's del Frisco's I wash my hands I wiped the whole carriage down through the gel way it's our I don't know why yeah Jim another tells you have from the pulled the door open I do that I door and yeah I I do that and I do that too I'm I'm also that person so is anybody ever do do they it does anybody ever say anything like Hey who drop to do some didn't flush I mean is it just like a fading in and no one ever dangling his credit knowing signs when they leave their how are you going to know who it is DNA tests they're doing DNA tests on pet poop you could do DNA tests on unless something out of the stall as you were going in and you have evidence this is the culprit nine stalled in a row J. well I'm sorry that you have put up with discussing guys well thank goodness I don't have to clean it but I feel sorry for the friend of mine that does yeah there you go thanks for the call Jay I appreciate it very much and that's why I hate gender neutral bathrooms that's why a bathroom that can be used by both because god loves correct Roger you were on K. away what's on your mind yeah our many officers of these five gallon water coolers yeah you're not connected to any plumbing in there hold a tree at the bottom sure here's your caps are you over floor swap little but when you check the cop out but people will come and they they have are half empty Cup of coffee on their desk every day emptied out into that right good lord you're going to wear one time my art was having an animated conversation with the secretary you have the same complaint there was right in front of her desk M. M. the boss came out this is what's going on and I said we're just discussing the earned the job the record shows warning or coffee into these trains and anyway it's still happening I think oh my gosh oh my gosh what is wrong with people had they not know I don't know but that's a freestanding machine and there's no no drumming connected to order order but it does not have a drink see now this is the kind of stuff wait about wondering about their parenting or or they're paying you know how do you how do you make it through life I'm able to recognize that a free standing water cooler does not have a draining drain how do you get through the day how do you get up and get dressed and not hurt yourself and stab yourself in the eye with a fork while you're eating how do you not know that the consortium's reprints from our brief because some people were dumping that in their way staffs sweet Mary and Joseph or reward coming does not permit a plastic liner what quarterback circle three trainers but it can't because they have what are called well I mean here these people were talking about they're not like running a nuclear facility or anything are they right very very well are at the same place that your previous caller was from they don't do anything nuclear threat our so what I'll do is that they should know way better than that yeah okay I agree all righty then you know Mindy there's a psychological aspect to this kind of like Griffey thanks for the call man kind of like graffiti where you'll find graffiti in public places but people will put graffiti on their own bathroom walls because they have a pride of ownership it's their place sure it is so people won't although guys research labs they will do in their own house but yes it's it's a strange thing because although people won't do it in their in their own house they will do it in their workplace which is kind of an extension of your home really because you live there part of the time so you should have pride in it and you should clean up after yourself but people don't even do it in their own home sometime do you think it's passive aggressive sore for life no you just think it's I think it's just a bit I don't have to do and I'm a slob only just leave it someone already then okay then and that is the people who do it at work I bet they do it at home too I think so too we're going to continue this conversation I really want Donna and John to hang on because when you see what they want to talk about oh boy is it a boy well no but it's certainly worth having a conversation we're talking about things people do it work this sock call three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five but first Karen Trinidad got the news we have four McCarron thank you Mandy the corona viruses declared an international public health emergency we'll have that story coming up at two o'clock on K. away a fifty AM in ninety four one FM.

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"j. u." Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Show for Gerry McNamara and they're a girly Rick Roberts from both pilot flying J. U. studios this is rather a radio thank you so much for being along of course by now you've heard that Texas another church shooting the last one we had twenty six people including kids were killed there's nobody fought back well Texas passed a law and this time they did fight back a deacon and not one of the church members were killed and they took out the shooter Dan Patrick is a great great guy Texas Attorney General and he pretty much puts it in perspective by fact in the sense that yes we've got a law and they believe that law should be a national model there were three heroes here Richard white was pulling his pistol attempting to take down the killer whose name we won't mention and Tony Wallis was standing there didn't have a chance to defend himself at all and then Jack Wilson that you saw and for people who know firearms it's one thing to go to the shooting range chase and as many of the still in taxes enough and other places in America and be able to fire a shot at ten or fifteen yards on target it's another thing when someone's pointing a shot gun at you when the adrenaline is flowing and he took that in six seconds it was over you see there are a lot of people in this country led by the Democrats in the radical left and Joe Biden who highly criticized our wall we passed it to allow members to conceal carry in church to allow churches to have their own security force we pass those two bills in the last two years in taxes and I think it was a good thing and not only a good thing a lot of people think it needs to be the national model Donald Trump tweeted out our prayers are with the families of the victims in the congregation of yesterday's church attack it was over in six seconds so he's correct think about that one two three four five six two people are dead and now the shooter is dead thanks to the brave Parisian ours who acted to protect two hundred and forty two fellow worshippers wives were saved by those heroes and Texas laws allowing them to carry arms who would not think this was a good idea in again our thoughts and prayers are with the family as surviving family but let's let's be honest we know it's going to happen again right why shouldn't Yorkshire I don't know where you live I don't know what church you go to but I would think most of you would say no I thank you for your license to carry a firearm you should be able to carry it in church for you worship god forbid anything for my mouth to his ear would happen but we have seen it too many times like I said in the end the last shooting and Sutherland springs Texas small town twenty six people were killed before this guy we shot the one that occurred yesterday when I was on the air two two were killed and they were killed trying to stop the guy I believe what Dan Patrick in the state of Texas you should have a fighting chance you should not be left to be a victim and I know what church is supposed to be a sacred place it is to me I believe in god Jesus Christ in the Holy Spirit I'm no poster boy for Christianity but I know where the rails are five jump from from time to time and I do but even in church you should be able to defend yourself you know when it comes to Joe Biden I'm not even exactly sure if he knows what's going on did you hear what Joe Biden said about this wall I mean it was crazy it is a rational.

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"j. u." Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"j. u." Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Shell Hey Justin J. U. I have me on your honor so you're a bit of a digital tech guys going retail before we dive into pop boxing talk with the concept it's also a little bit about your background in your path launching concept yeah so I'm a software developer and designer by trade my whole career has been in the digital space and more specifically in software as a service or sass products about a year and a half ago I started a company called the well well which does verification and amenities inspections for Airbnb is so that was my first non digital company I guess and so I really enjoyed kind of getting back to my roots and getting my hands dirty which led me to kind of you know getting out of the digital space a little bit and so when the opportunity for pop box came up it was someone was already ready to do and ready to get into so when we and Marie and myself started talking about that and Marie is my partner in the company I've already been looking at the retail space and I was really captivated by this idea of pop ups it seems like that's where the industry was going and it was you know and restriction was easy to get on board with so that's why I kind of made that transition fully at a digital and why I'm now in retail your call soon idea around this concept which is fairly new what do you guys look at in terms of assessing the market I know it's brand new for Chicago but it's it's a concept that's taking a bit of a hold and in LA and New York in a couple of places so would you guys look at and kind of what you're assessing the market opportunity yeah so from the market you know everybody's talking about this idea that retailers dying and what they really mean is that traditional retail is slowing down and potentially dying but consumers are still wanting to shop in stores they still want that retail experience they just want something more from it so what the market told us was that consumers are gonna by this simple the everyday products they're gonna buy that online they're not going to go out make a trip out to the store to pick up items that they can buy on Amazon and have delivered the next day but what they do want is they still want that social shopping experience and so this is why I think you're seeing so much focus being put on pop up here it just like you said you're seeing some really incredible companies coming up around you know New York and San Francisco and LA and we want to be that for a for Chicago so all the indicators are there in the market and we think that we're right we're right on cue it to be a part of that cool that's interesting perspective that's great transition so what is the the mission and behind pop up box and specifically why'd you pick Chicago is your first location sure our mission is to showcase online brands in a way that's that's just not possible to do online right now so you can add pictures you can a video you cannot customer testimonials online you can do amazing things online but you'll never be able to get that actual experience of the customers coming in seeing the product picking it up you know with you guys with talk show it to be able to bring their pets in hand see you know see what toys and what treats their tests kinda gravitate towards is that's really important to us so we want to be able to tell the brand story and an immersive way it's very unique to them I don't agree with you on that that may be my favorite thing about having a retail presence with the guys just the ability for folks to bring in their pets and and actually interact with stuff yes exactly I think hopefully will be working on an event together soon to really give people a reason I come into the store and and bring their puppies and cats without so yeah we're really excited about it that's kind of the mission and you know why we're doing this yes and Marie again Ameri ko backs as my partner in the company she's been in Chicago for about a decade now I've made several trips to Chicago and I still remember the first time I was there walking through downtown and just kind of fell in love with the city outside of that the start up community in Chicago I don't think that's enough credit it's a caustic community I don't know how there's not more press or more awareness for the Chicago star community but I can tell you right now not only are we in Chicago but of all the brands we have in the store I think there's enough on there are from Chicago so tree clear indicator that Chicago is a special place I agree big props to the Chicago start up can you think it's certainly get a lot more press but it's do we deserve so I know this is kind of a pilot for store for you and there's a broader vision would you guys hope to go with a pop boxes concept yeah so I think we're very new the new store is we just launched in October it's going to be running through December twenty fourth so we're already working on the next team which will hopefully be unveiling soon and outside of that we're looking to continue focusing on the business growing the business finding more partners and hopefully you know mid to late twenty eighteen will be looking to start expanding to a second location so really right now we're we're in the thick of it you know we're live in that start up life.

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"j. u." Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"j. u." Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To pass me business on live radio with us now is rainy Jensen founder pop up there any walking the shelf Hey Justin J. U. I have me on so you're a bit of a digital tech guys gone retail before we dive into pop boxing talk with the concept tell us a little bit about your background in your path launching concept yeah so I'm a software developer and designer by trade my whole career has been in the digital space and more specifically in software as a service or sass products about a year and a half ago I started a company called the well well which does verification and amenities inspections for Airbnb is so that was my first non digital company I guess and so I really enjoyed kind of getting back to my roots and getting my hands dirty which led me to kind of you know getting out of the digital space a little bit and so when the opportunity for pop box came up it was someone was already ready to do and ready to get into so when we and Marie and myself started talking about that Ameri as my partner in the company I've already been looking at the retail space and I was really captivated by this idea of pop ups it seems like that's where the industry was going and it was you know and restriction was easy to get on board with so that's why I kind of made that transition fully at a digital and why I'm now in retail your call soon idea around this concept which is fairly new what do you guys look at in terms of assessing the market I know it's brand new for Chicago but it's it's concept it's taking a bit of a hold and in LA in New York in a couple of places so would you guys look at and kind of what you're assessing the market opportunity yeah so from the market you know everybody's talking about this idea that retailers dying and what they really mean is that traditional retail is slowing down and potentially dying but consumers are still wanting to shop in stores they still want that retail experience they just want something more from it so what the market told us was that consumers are gonna by this simple the everyday products they're gonna buy that online they're not going to go out make a trip out to the store to pick up items that they can buy on Amazon and have delivered the next day but what they do want is they still want that social shopping experience so this is why I think you're seeing so much focus being put on pop up here it just like you said you're seeing some really incredible companies coming up around you know New York and San Francisco and LA and we want to be that for for Chicago so all the indicators are there in the market and we think that we're right we're right on cue it to be a part of that cool that's interesting perspective that's great transition so what is the the mission and behind pop up box and specifically why'd you pick Chicago was your first location sure our mission is to showcase online brands in a way that's that's just not possible to do online right now so you can add pictures you can a video you cannot customer testimonials online you can do amazing things online but you'll never be able to get that actual experience of the customers coming in seeing the product picking it up you know with you guys with talk show it to be able to bring their pets in hand see you know see what toys and what treats their tests kinda gravitate towards is that's really important to us so we want to be able to tell the brand story and an immersive way it's very unique to them I totally agree with you on that that may be my favorite thing about having a retail presence with the guys just the ability for folks to bring in their pets and and actually interact with stuff yes exactly I think hopefully will be working on an event together soon to really give people a reason I come into the store and and bring their puppies and cats without so yeah we're really excited about it that's kind of the mission and you know why we're doing this and Marie again Ameri ko backs as my partner in the company she's been in Chicago for about a decade now I've made several trips to Chicago and I still remember the first time I was there walking through downtown and just kind of fell in love with the city outside of that the start up community in Chicago I don't think it's enough credit it's a tastic community I don't know how there's not more press or more awareness for the Chicago start community but I can tell you right now not only are we in Chicago but of all the brands we have in the store I think there's enough on there are from Chicago so tree clear indicator that Chicago is a special place I agree big props to the Chicago start up here I think it's certainly get a lot more press but it's do we deserve so I know this is kind of a pilot for store for you and there's a broader vision would you guys hope to go with a pop boxes concept yeah so I think we're very new the new store is we just launched in October it's gonna be running through December twenty fourth so we're already working on the next team which will hopefully be unveiling soon and outside of that we're looking to continue focusing on the business growing the business finding more partners and hopefully you know mid to late twenty eighteen will be looking to start expanding to a second location so really right now we're we're in the thick of it you know we're live in that start up life and.

Justin J. U. Jensen founder
"j. u." Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"j. u." Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back to pass me business on live radio with us now is rainy Jensen founder of pop up there any walking the shelf Hey Justin J. U. I have me on so you're a bit of a digital tech guys going retail before we dive into pop boxing talk with the concept does a little bit about your background in the path of launching concept yeah so I'm a software developer and designer by trade my whole career has been in the digital space and more specifically in software as a service or sass products about a year and a half ago I started a company called the well well which does verification and amenities inspections for Airbnb is so that was my first non digital company I guess and so I really enjoyed kind of getting back to my roots in getting my hands dirty which led me to kind of you know getting out of the digital space a little bit and so when the opportunity for pop box came up it was someone was already ready to do and ready to get into so when we and Marie and myself started talking about that and Marie is my partner in the company I've already been looking at the retail space and I was really captivated by this idea of pop ups it seems like that's where the industry was going and it was you know and restriction was easy to get on board with so that's why I kind of made that transition fully added digital and why I'm now in retail your call soon idea around this concept which is fairly new what do you guys look at in terms of assessing the market I know it's brand new for Chicago but it's it's concept it's taking a bit of a hold and in LA and New York in a couple of courses so would you guys look at and kind of what you're assessing the market opportunity yeah it's so from the market you know everybody's talking about this idea that retailers dying and what they really mean is that traditional retail is slowing down and potentially dying but consumers are still wanting to shop in stores they still want that retail experience they just want something more from it so what the market told us was that consumers are gonna by this simple the everyday products they're gonna buy that online they're not going to go out make a trip out to the store to pick up items that they can buy on Amazon and have delivered the next day but what they do want is they still want that social shopping experience and so this is why I think you're seeing so much focus being put on pop up here it just like you said you're seeing some really incredible companies coming up around you know New York and San Francisco and LA and we want to be that for a for Chicago so all the indicators are there in the market and we think that we're right we're right on cue it to be a part of that hello that's interesting perspective that's great transition so what is the the mission and behind pop up box in specifically why'd you pick Chicago was your first location sure our mission is to showcase online brands in a way that's that's just not possible to do online right now so you can add pictures you can a video you cannot customer testimonials online you can do amazing things online but you'll never be able to get that actual experience of the customers coming in seeing the product picking it up you know with you guys with talk show it to be able to bring their pets in and see you know see what toys and what treats their pets kinda gravitate towards is that's really important to us so we want to be able to tell the brand story and an immersive way that's very unique to them I totally agree with you on that that may be my favorite thing about having a retail presence with the guys just the ability for folks to bring in their pets and and actually interact with stuff yes exactly I think hopefully will be working on an event together soon to really give people a reason I come into the store and and bring their puppies and cats without so yeah we're really excited about it that's kind of the mission and you know why we're doing this and Marie again Ameri ko backs as my partner in the company she's been in Chicago for about a decade now I've made several trips to Chicago and I still remember the first time I was there walking through downtown and just kind of fell in love with the city outside of that the start up community in Chicago I don't think it's enough credit it's a tastic community I don't know how there's not more press or more awareness for the Chicago star community but I can tell you right now not only are we in Chicago but of all the brands we have in the store I think there's enough on there are from Chicago so tree clear indicator that Chicago is a special place I agree big props to the Chicago start up can you think it's certainly get a lot more press but it's do we deserve so I know this is kind of a pilot for store for you and there's a broader vision would you guys hope you go with a pop boxes concept yeah so I think we're very new the new store is we we just launched in October it's gonna be running through December twenty fourth so we're already working on the next team which will hopefully be unveiling soon and outside of that we're looking to continue focusing on the business growing the business finding more partners and hopefully you know mid to late twenty eighteen will be looking to start expanding to a second location so really right now we're we're in the thick of it you know we're live in that start up life and.

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"j. u." Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"j. u." Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Com I can't remember when he didn't smoke I remember him smoking all the time I feel like we do so much together now even just sitting and watching a movie together because if he would go outside I'd be bored reality my wife the most important person in my life I was a key driver into me getting away from have been switching he is still in the house whatever he wants so it keeps in our house instead of keeping them out of our house so I think we missed a lot of time together yeah yeah I did I felt very alone I do feel like we're a lot closer now I think I have gotten a piece of my wife back when I started with jewel I didn't think was going to work I really didn't think so mark magically really made the switch in two thousand seventeen to make the switch visit J. U. U. L. dot com jul labs compensated this individual for the time expenses in providing this testimony warning this product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical dean is a stand up guy I have a wife and three children and their their financial security is important to me you just never know what lies around the corner and that's something I worry most about you know he knew he needed life insurance you know you get a lot of hope I didn't have two months to wait that was the biggest part of my decision with the house being settled on ethos for good reason the underwriting process for you does so much different than it was for her to wear off I was looking at my decision really easy well he can relax the biggest benefit both my wife and I are very very happy with the customer service is the mind you know the feeling of being covered it's great.

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"j. u." Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"j. u." Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The switch visit J. U. U. L. dot com jul leads compensated this individual for the time expenses in providing this testimony warning this product contains no nicotine is an addictive chemical just minutes from now at the top of the hour news radio eleven ninety he acts updated news for our last caller the asylum loophole was quote unquote discovered by Barack Hussein Obama and Obama publicized it which is why we got the flood of illegals from the northern triangle country starting in about two thousand nine two thousand member all of these busloads of people being shown up and re located in cities outside detention centers this was an Obama sponsored program the trump administration is just change the asylum law to require that anybody seeking asylum has to ask for asylum at least one of the country's they passed through on their way to the US it is noon today the little Paul why is that if you are from a non contiguous country you could apply for asylum this was a loophole that Obama exploited you can apply for asylum in the United States if you were from El Salvador Guatemala you you didn't have to apply in Mexico the trump administration is not changing vests requiring that anybody seeking asylum has to ask for asylum in one of the country's they pass through on the way to the US now the documentation on the funding of the caravans Mexico itself announced that they were shutting down the bank accounts of the organizations that were funding the caravans Mexico also arrested two of the main organizers the data the stories June sixth may call claims that some migrant caravan funding came from U. S. M. from England Mexican tax officials froze the assets of twenty six people and entities that they allege are tied to human smuggling organizations or promoting central American migrant caravans the funding for the migrant caravans allegedly came from the United States from England Africa and Central America through a prepared statement Mexico's finance and tax secretary it announced the freezing of the accounts claiming the more resulted from an investigation by Mexico's financial intelligence unit so I don't know what the callers and tension wise we don't suspect anything but you want documentation here you'll get documentation we don't just make it up no matter how bad it sounds for the left we don't have to make up what they do or say we don't have to make up any aspect of their agenda they're out they're implementing it every day or trying to so there's no question that the funding for the caravans is coming to the United States and the UK it's coming from a bunch of anti American leftist organizations are doing their best to flood the southern border with with people who are being used as pawns the promise of a better life who knows what they're being told you know a lot of our users our listeners are using legacy box these days that late legacy boxes the the outfit that provides a service that would be hard for you and I to do on our own you got a bunch of old movies on super eight or sixteen millimeter you have some old VHS or Betamax home movies you have even some of those old slide photos that you had to use a projector to see they transfer all that to modern day media DVDs drives whatever you want they convert everything that you don't no longer have the ability to play two digital files that you can then preserve and duplicate copy distribute giveaway to family members to your heart's content you might be able to some of this yourself but it would cost you a lot of money because the equipment to do this isn't cheap especially if you want to get the stuff that the dubs at high speeds preservation the preserve the original quality legacy box has all the gear they have the experience they've done this for five hundred thousand family so far here's how it works you load the legacy box that you order with your camcorder change film reels audio cassettes photo prints whatever the boxes shielded protected will be not be damaged in transit your ship that back to them in a deal they have for overnight shipping so that's all trackable you get all of that back transferred in a couple weeks time on DVD is digital download thumb drive whatever is more convenient for you legacy box keep you updated all along the way so do you understand got a report on the progress and they track each of your media forms as they get transferred they shared text messages email updates the process however you wish to be notified order.

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"j. u." Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"j. u." Discussed on 710 WOR

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"j. u." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"j. u." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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