20 Burst results for "Janda"

"janda" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"janda" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Dollars on something you would have been like. Oh my gosh. Tau is a can't even bear the the trauma of this well then you get into college graduate from college and To give an example. I bought some stocks. The in my first era of buying stocks during the dot bomb in the early two thousands. And i had a couple of companies that bought worldcom. I put two thousand dollars into worldcom and it's funded and it was all gone and two thousand dollars poof. Vanished in that back. Then it was like office hurts so bad will fast forward from there. Fifteen years of agency. Life and i'm writing a check to the irs. For one hundred and twenty thousand dollars at the end of the year for tax hit. And you're like oh well it's my tax number and send it in an envelope. Stick it in your mailbox. I literally did that. I had paid like two hundred and fifty grand and taxes. I had pre-paid in my quarterlies abacha. But then i paid another hundred and twenty and one check. Handwritten put it in an envelope and stuck it in my mailbox to send it to the irs. And it doesn't come over night. I think is the point making Incremental when you when you first start a thousand dollars feels like a lot. Then ten thousand dollars feels like a lot in a thousand doesn't feel like much and then one hundred thousand feels like a lot and ten thousand doesn't feel like much in reprogram our perception.

"janda" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

04:44 min | 5 months ago

"janda" Discussed on The Futur

"You know if you're going if you're doing the eighty five thousand dollars strategy session and you can plot the success of a project over the course of the year and the strategies that you implement you can see a real impact on the bottom line of the of the client's business then you can charge a lot more money so i guess you know what i'd say. Chris is the goal for any designer is to get out of being the production monkey right and get yourself to be in the strategic thinker. Yes and And the other great thing about that. Is that the production monkey jobs go away and the strategic thinker jobs do not mean. Design is getting automated. Anybody can pull up software now and download a theme or a template and throw in their taxed and make it look halfway decent. Squarespace won't even make you laugh. You make it look bad. Yeah you know so. It's becoming an automated process where the robots are doing a lot of production work now. And that's only going to get worse overtime but strategic creative thinking has a long life ahead and any designer needs to get from production to that level and be working toward that. I hear miss burns cleaning his throat. He must be ready to say important. You guys are being too nice here. Go you wanna come in with his son. I would be so it's all right here. we go. Who says the price. I the client or the designer who should i go. You go first so you can see in in my flow client. I ask the client. What's your budget. That's that's the step. I talked to them about the scope and i asked the budget A lot of times a client who's organiz sends out in our fps and has a price in the rfp. Find that a lot of times too. So a lotta a lotta times. Clients are comfortable doing that so that they're getting people designers who don't want the job. Don't even bother replying to the rfp right okay. So i used to think that the client should say the price first. And then i came upon blair's book pricing creativity and and it's the opposite of what you think we used to. We were taught this when you're negotiating and car semi says the price. I'm going gonna negotiate them down from that but we didn't realize the price anchoring us because of anchoring bias that we tend to operate with two little information so whatever the first number you hear you tend to work with that..

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"janda" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"janda" Discussed on The Futur

"Okay. Let's make about me about me. I thought at some like comedic. Bits comedic buzzy. Rahm is says he is awesome. That's a yes are square media. Oh he says to release all the episodes of his new youtube series about building brands. He's a binge watcher. He wants to net flix affect you. Let's release all fifteen episodes. If you release the teen editors help me finish most definitely. Everybody is watching us. Go ahead and subscribe centers one hundred bucks each and maybe we'll get this thing done. Yeah right basin agency. My friends stephan. He says how did how did chris overcome his fear of state. Starting the school. And how did he get himself to do the first episode. Okay so i'll answer really quickly. I i actually wanted to get more into dialogue about price. Yeah good we have some differences in points of view. And i wanna talk about that. Yeah because people are like. Why don't you ever argue your guests. Okay let me just tell you something. There's a lot of things that you're scared of because you're afraid of the consequences like what if this happens and one if that happens but the one thing that you need to do is the focus on. What if something positive happens. Focus on the reward and it might be the one thing that you need to listen to and just go for. We do know this about ourselves. The things that scare us should be the things that we chase for. Run after we should run towards not running away from fear so there. I am scared to do the show. I have a lot to risk. But hey what the heck. Let's just go for it. What's the worst i can happen. So what if. I lose a few clients so whatever they make a fool of myself. I can use that opportunity to learn and get better and here. We are five years later. Almost hitting five hundred thousand subs see what happens. It's awesome see what happens if it's awesome. What i in this marketing. Seth godin and i know he was on your show but i love his. It's not for me. it's not for them. Yeah kind of mindset and you have to go for it and if you lose your subscribers in your followers well. It's not for them. Yeah that's you're trying to find who it's four and there's plenty of people out there and obviously you know you've found a half a million of them so far but that's still a drop in the bucket worldwide millions and millions of designers worldwide. And so this is going to continue to grow. Yeah you cornered the russian market. We gotta take care of the rest of the world okay. Let's talk about some of the differences in why we're talking about this and and leaving space for each other. Michael told me beforehand. I know you have a different approach and you talking about value based pricing and the truth is it's not for everybody. It's not that you can roll out of school on day one..

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"janda" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"janda" Discussed on The Futur

"Looking back to our conversation with michael chanda. We'll go on now. We have the three variables. Now we have our three variables and we have here. Twenty three hundred we know. That's our production costs market value. You were putting it forty to fifty and then thirty five hundred for the client budget. So let's just say that these are your three variables you've gotten this data and you've put it out into into your little into your brain or onto a little scrap of paper. Whatever these are your three numbers and the next thing you're gonna do as you're going to put these numbers on a sheet. You have forty to fifty for your market value. Thirty five hundred for the client budget and twenty three hundred for your production costs and this is where the psychology component comes into place. Where do you choose to price your work based on these three variables. How do you pick. You're going to bid at forty to fifty thousand five hundred twenty three hundred twenty seven fifty. How do you pick the number app now. Picking the number has everything to do with the state of your business. The needs of your business your. It's the psychology that goes into this. And i'm gonna walk you through a couple of scenarios in the book twelve different scenarios that cover almost every type of situation you might be in milwaukee down through these right now so you have the first one. If you have a client who shows signs like erin of being a difficult client. You might want to bid it high on the spectrum. I need.

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"janda" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"janda" Discussed on The Futur

"I get that we have a lot of clients that we really walk them through this process. Right from the start. They haven't worked with people. Good thing for you is that we've done thousands of projects like this in the past. So we're we're a good fit for you to to really help you through so i i understand. You don't have a real budget. Have you done design. Have you worked with designers in the past and and spent money on design services like this in the past Yeah i've worked with a couple of designers. Some were good. Some were not so good. Yeah where the so good ones cheaper than the good ones i mean. Sometimes the cheaper ones were much better than the expensively interesting. That's interesting sometimes. It's sometimes it goes that way. Yeah have you. Do you have like a marketing budget that you spend each year for your business. I don't i mean like. I said i'm i'm kind of a small player in this video business so i'm really just hoping to get this brochure out so i can drum up some business. Yeah let me ask you. You said you worked with clients in the past. What have they charged you for brochure. A great question sidebar. That's number three in the in the spectrum here flow to price. So he's given it to me right there and sometimes clients will do that and so i would say to you. Oh we're back in the role play now but You know what. That's a great question the past brochures. We've been green lighting. Have been roughly in the kind of three to four thousand price range. Is that something that you'd be comfortable with for this project. Well that sounds pretty high for a brochure. Just brochure like what goes into that was. Why is it costs that. Where where are you coming up with that number from well we work through our numbers based on what the market value is that other people are charging for this type of work. We have a lot of experience doing this We're going to give you a great product right from the get go. You're not going to go through all the bad rounds and the headaches and challenges we've been doing this a long time So you're paying for the smoothness of the work that we produce and then we're also going to go and we're going to help you get it actually printed. We're gonna work with the printer. We're to get the the Printer specs for you. We're gonna do press checks so there's a lot of work that goes into creating the brochure and getting it in your hands beyond just the design work itself..

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"janda" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

05:11 min | 5 months ago

"janda" Discussed on The Futur

"Exactly so. It's always the highest but it's still. There's some valuable information that you can find especially in that book i think. Aig posts a similar type of of Survey data i get that request. Sometimes push shows up in my email to fill out the survey so that they can get a sense of of the market value of what other people are charging for these types of products. out too. yeah. I'm pretty sure we you the price the other way yeah. Yeah i doubt that you're the ones given the price way highs. It's like you're skewing the average anyway so you can look at industry surveys to to find out what other people are charging and all these things give you a market value range and then the final way is to leverage your past experience. Now if you're not tracking all your projects and what you bid at for and what you green lit it for. You need to start doing that. Get out a spreadsheet put in every single proposal that you send to a client put in the price and it just a general scope and then track your win loss record and i can go back in my agency even go back years and years and say okay you know. In two thousand ten we were averaging eighteen thousand dollars for a website and in and we were lighting forty percent of them and in two thousand twelve. We were averaging twenty eight thousand dollars for a website and green-lighting thirty percent of them. You know you can. You should be able to track that info you need to track that info so that when you're bidding projects you can look for a trend in what you're green lighting and what's not lighting so track it on a spreadsheet that's how you leverage your past experience you have this data that you've been tracking over time and it influences your understanding of the market value of the work that you're you're bidding now okay. So that's how you determine market value have those four variables Inside of here and admittedly. Here you're just you're just gonna take an estimate. There's no science behind this. that says okay. Add them all up and divide by four to get the average. That's not always how it works. You just want to kind of get a sense and from this. I can get a sense that the market value for this brochure that we're bidding is somewhere between three thousand and four thousand dollars. That's what based on all the data. I got from my friends. And whoever that's the number. So i'm gonna put in here the second variable as four thousand dollars so we now know two variables twenty three hundred for your production cost four thousand for the market value. Now we want to go and we wanna know the clients budget. What is what is the client have allocated to this project now Let's talk here about extracting the client's budget The the first thing that everybody needs to do is just ask. The client and a lot of designers are afraid to talk about. Money is a big scary thing. You gotta get over that fear you should never be bidding a project without asking the client..

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The Prague School of Rehabilitation and Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

The Peter Attia Drive

03:58 min | 5 months ago

The Prague School of Rehabilitation and Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

"I think for the purpose of this discussion. Let's assume a person has never heard of. Dns has never heard of the prague school or any of these things can you in a somewhat succinct. But not terribly brief manner. Explain to people how all of this school of rehabilitation coalesced around this idea of what we call. Dns going back to the founding fathers of the prague school and what these various insights were that each of them had and how that sort of came together dns dynamic neuro muscular stabilization. Kind of built on some pioneers of functional rehabilitation. There's many that have been part of the prague school rehabilitation. But i think talking about the influence on the development of dynamic muscular stabilization by professor powell whole lodge who runs the rehabilitation department at prague school. At this time. I think we need to go back. Post world war two cold war era. Nine thousand nine hundred fifties his wear prague school rehabilitation was was really founded and it was founded as part of the medical faculty of charles university in prague czech republic or formerly czechoslovakia now czech republic and being post world war two cold war era so they were in eastern europe behind the wall. That may have been a factor for. They're not reliance but tendency towards the use of of observation in both diagnostic diagnosis but observation and palpitation for diagnosis and treatment. All three of these pioneers neurologist. And who are the three. Lot of miranda kerr levitt and ballclub woida professor janda. He had a keen sense of observation and he formulated concepts and principles that tied into pasta habituation specifically the tendency for specific musculature tend towards tightness and other musculature to tend towards weakness. And he he termed this upper cross and lower cross syndrome. So for example with an upper-crust syndrome meaning the neck and shoulder region with demands of life and tendency towards paschel habituation such as with sustained seated postures There is a tendency towards the muscles in the back of the neck the exceptional muscles the external cloud asteroid muscle which is the muscle that also attached to the skull in down to their sterner curricular joint the pec muscles the upper traps that musculature with ten towards a tight meaner over activation other musculature in the upper extremity the radius which attaches to the ribs in the back of the scapula the deep neck flex irs the middle and lower traps would have a tendency to tend towards the weakness and with that tendency towards over utilization or hyper tenacity and underutilization in addition weakness. That would also he also recognized that that would affect the quality of movement throughout the kinetic chain and subsequently would lead to overload in specific areas throughout that kinetic chain so that was a big contribution on his

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MBTA installing flood prevention system outside Boston's Aquarium Station amid storm preps

WBZ Midday News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

MBTA installing flood prevention system outside Boston's Aquarium Station amid storm preps

"Preparations are underway right now in the Boston waterfront. We're hoping to avoid a repeat of a storm that hit 2.5 years ago. Double BBC's Mike Macklin is outside the aquarium. Just a few hours to go before the expected arrival of the Zaius and Mbita crews are feverishly working to install a protective barrier around the aquarium station at long, Worf, 2.5 years ago, a ferocious nor'easter slammed into Boston Harbor. Producing a 12 foot high tide and the storm surge that flooded the underground blue line station. The tea's build. Elke Janda is overseeing storm preps today. Yeah, we want to be ready. Like I said, I don't think the rain is actually going to the issue on this one. I think it's going to be more the wind so that can that can raise the tide. So we want to be ready for anything. But Tony 18 Nor'easter said Flood waters along the harbor all the way to the Rose Kennedy Greenway. The worst flooding in Boston's waterfront since the blizzard of 78

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30 Lessons After 30 Million SEO Visits

Marketing School

03:47 min | 1 year ago

30 Lessons After 30 Million SEO Visits

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about the this part. Four thirty lessons after thirty million Seo visit, so are we starting on number twenty four? The riches are in the niches, so if you try to make a news website, or if you try to be everything to everyone, you can have a harder time making things especially if you're starting out in the beginning I think Oh my God, all these new leads news websites they get all the traffic I should make news websites, but think about it. What resources do you need to make a news website happen? If you're small, it's better for you to think. Think about what are you actually good at just focus on that? Google likes focus search engines like focused when you go to my blog or you're gonNA Neil Plug. It's focused on marketing. This podcast is focused on marketing so niche sites are were you are GonNa, find the riches number, twenty five easy way to generate more roi from your SEO is Remarka-, all those people and push ads to him whether it's through facebook youtube. Google, what you'll find is way cheaper clicks and a lot of them will convert because remember how you're limited on what you can do to your Seo. Landing pages maximize your revenue and conversions unlike pay per click, click also expensive, but doing remarking ads. There's a lot of remnant inventory and you can make quite affordable. Twenty six is think about how you can make the most of your titles on your Meta descriptions. So what you can do is you can go to Google search console, look at the pages that have a high impression count, but a little click the rate right a better title, right a better than a description. You can do that with Google for free, or we haven't tool called clone allows you to do that number twenty. Seven. If you're trying to figure out what pages to ignore, ready talked about you need update content. Spend more time on it, but a lot of people that like. Where should we spend our time on content when it comes, Seo Click full has concert decay tool. Check it out. The ones that are decaying the fastest are the ones that you need to spend the majority of your time and improving verse. Twenty eight Faq Schema. The search engine result pages. The Serbs continue to change. You have to think about how you can find more opportunities to entice people to click through to your website so Faq Schema allows you to add specific points or questions to your search results snippet, or you're just your search result, you can add to snippet on top or the bottom of it, but you have more real estate there. You'll get more clicks so just Google let efficacy Schema number, twenty nine Google isn't the only search engine being Seo. Seo You can actually get a lot of traffic from being. You can get a lot of traffic from by, do you? WanNa go into China. You get a lot of traffic from Janda ex. Another place that is really popular that most people ignore when it comes, SEO is video seo and going after youtube grabs a ton of us right now. I think in the last thirty days on Youtube I think we average around one point two one point three million views. Most of it came from Youtube Seo. All right number thirty last, but not lace. You can do a lot with head tail keywords, but typically they're more competitive, so had till keyword might just be like digital marketing, or you can go for something different such as digital lessons, which is probably still competitive by adding more detail right, but the more long-tailed keyword is the more you're going to be able to achieve, because it's less competitive, and you are going to be able to especially if it's very specific in many cases, it's you know it's it might be higher converting for yourself. It's autumn funnel, but don't just focus on had terms. That's my point. Think about how you can occupy positions around. Around long tail keywords, and

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"janda" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"janda" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Marcus cannon. We got at one thirty eight. Obviously that's a little different conceives diagnosed with cancer at the Gama. Good forty time though, tremendous just tremendous trying to think David Andrews was the last one. I'm just looking right. I just wanna see where all the all pro lamb or drafted because I know some art first round definitely good like a good bit of Mike. I've still felt like I was pumped when we took win. Just because I knew no we let what's his name walk to the giants Nate's older. Who is also a first round pick. We got back for the from frigid Seymour. So I I would still like have you take like a guy who's like out that guys like a lock first round pick. Like, I have no problem with that. You know, these guys were thought it'd be more. Lower undrafted. Honestly like Bachtiar fourth round, Dwayne Brown. First round. Drawn Armstead third round Quinton Nelson. I see Joe, but Tonio second. Pouncey first Janda third round Zack Martin was first round. Kelsey was six round as the first later around guy. Mitchell Schwartz second round. Then to see first round. Yeah. Like all these guys turned out lines matter. David Andrews, who is I Senate was drafted. He started fifty three fifty six career games. I like you have to just because of the five and depth like you. You gotta hit on at least two of those guys bright just like death like either low round draft pick like the elite of the elite. These guys are going which. I don't know why wouldn't take decay. Mak- trek Brown. Who is starting to Tom Brady's lend seven five, right? It's the largest human being of all that. He was the seventh round two hundred forty fourth overall pick. I'm trying to think like know. I'm knows on the Rams. I just know Whitworth was. A tackle. Yeah. But I I remember him LSU because when it came on he was too tall. And I was like I dunno gas really good though, as I just tall. He's like he's six seven in played tackle and guard. Like he won't be able to get that low in the NFL did like both was this a Pro Bowl level for about a decade now. So yeah, if somebody's really good only their heights, holding them back. That's why I'm how cholera thing I do need to do more research. But if that's the biggest gripe is height. I think I can work around. I think the giants came up today. So he might be too short for them. Which is classic giants. They're gonna take a trip to one and take lock. We even then. Wash it on your leverage. Like that man. Like, that's what I don't. Within your heart, blah, blah. I'd love him like kids great prospect. We'd love to have him on our team. I'm trying to give them up. I want somebody to trade for their pig. Oh, no, no completely eliminate that option. Don't even game plan. Report kylie. Pro football talk report Conor Murray, quote, probably a little too small and quote for giants. Think of I'm might just have like Mont my entire draft. Strategy might just not be best player. The blackout only take certain positions and certain rounds. Like running back. I yes. And also say. And it was like I two rounds by unless something rare happens, I'm taking offense ver- defensive lemon..

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"janda" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"janda" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On a Saturday and welcome back handle on the wall. Marginal legal advice. Janda welcome. Hi, john. Yes. Go ahead. John you there. Yes. Ma'am. Okay. I have a question I had just shoe somebody and she used to be a court in the small claims court, and I had this true her twice. So the first taste she came in with the form of a countersuit shattered all filled out, and she had a file number put on that. But she did not file this case nor served. Did you bring that up to the judge? I didn't realize. Okay. So within her paper. Okay. Yeah. J- any took it into. All right. Got it. So what happened? And what do you wanna ask me? Okay. I want to know if there's anything I can do about it. Yeah. You can ask for reconsideration. And that's all you can do. You're not gonna nail her criminally. You can simply ask the judge shy to relook at it. Because she didn't file the paperwork, by the way. Did you win or lose on this one John? Eighty he just decided that neither one of us owed anybody because she had that counter. Right. You can ask for reconsideration. Okay. Yeah. That's what I would do. I don't know how you do that in small claims court. But I think you can do that somewhere. Another ask the clerk. How do I ask for reconsideration on that one? If they have the ability to do that. Hey, Ellen you're up. Welcome to handle on the law. Hey, Bill, I live in I live in California. That I got a phone call recently from a woman in another state saying that I have a court assessed of fine for like over a thousand dollars, and I need to pay it immediately. She had my name, right. And I have no idea how they found me. And. But I have no idea what it is. And they said we're going to report it to your credit if you don't take immediately. She says, but something unusual about this is it's twenty two years ago. Right. Is there a statute alot? Yes. Yes. Yes. And if they reported to the credit, you simply dispute it instantly. This sounds pretty scammy to me. No, one in the right mind is going to say you owe a twenty two year old Bill, and if you don't pay it, and you have to pay it immediately. And yeah, that's where did she tell you where to pay it? No. She just said, well, you know, do you have you know, she said my name, and you get anybody's saying even could have been a ticket. It could have been I take a twenty two years ago or it could have been a debt twenty two years ago, but it's long gone, and it may be just wrapped up on some computer database, and they just hand it to people and go here, you call and their hail Mary phone calls and hoping that they can get one they can just grab someone. So it's real simple. I'd ignore it. And if they do report us, certainly dispute it and say, hey, this is twenty two years old and insists with a credit reporting agency, they knock it off. So I don't think you have a problem there twenty two years ago. What point how about forty years ago? What do you think? All right. Gregg, Europe up. Welcome to handle on the law. Yes, sir. Go ahead. Greg. Yes. I haven't I gotta take it for the camera. Yes. Yes. And what happened is I everything Fowler that happened and the equal. See females. All right. To fight it. And and the judge dismissed it who they later. My daughter got a ticket the same thing with same picture and all that you can about her was her. What do we even though it way way? Even though it wasn't her. It was her. No, no. He wasn't hurt. Right. But she gets a ticket though that state. Faint time and everything. All right. Business and the back. You know, it was dismissed as to you. That's correct not dismissed as to the driver because you're not the driver. So now, they're arguing your daughter was the driver. So she has to go in and plead not guilty and asked the judge to dismiss it. Well, but the thing is on the back. You said that you know. The person by is he registered all of the vehicle or that Richardson. Affidavit claiming that she was the first all doesn't matter the registered owner because the registered owner cannot be guilty of a violation for driving a car that just doesn't work that way. So in other words, if I loan you the car, and there you are and you don't pay the ticket or you skip. I now have to pay the ticket for you running a red light doesn't work that way, Greg. So she's going to simply have to go and say, it's not me, and then just leave it alone. And if the judge says, well, then who is it you go your honor? I don't know. And I don't have to tell you. Now. My question is now what if my daughter goes know? This to my wife, man. Maybe who the hell knows. I have no idea they could send it everybody. You've ever known. Sure, they're really hurting for money. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh god. Yeah. I mean, the whole thing is about money. Sure. They say it's about safety. But I think that's a crock. I think it's clearly about money. Yeah. It's all revenue. I think what they do. What was it? I got a parking ticket. The other day or my wife got a parking ticket the other day and these parking tickets used to be eighteen dollars, and then they were forty dollars. And now it was sixty three dollars. For parking in parking zone. And I'm sure if I went to fight it, and there's no way to fight it because that's what happened. It was would have probably paid more more and more. And when you get tickets now, let me tell you something on word world of tickets here in southern California Riley in Los Angeles. The the amount of money that you pay is so astronaut, well, here's an example. I got tagged for texting. In the car using my phone in illegal. You can't do they can't text while driving. All right. So it's a twenty dollar ticket. Okay. I mean, that's fine. It happens. And it is you look at it to twenty dollar ticket. It was one hundred and forty two dollars by the time. I finished they put on fees assessments penalties that usually at least triples, if not quintupled the amount of the underlying fine. And when Greg asks is it really about revenue? Yeah. It's really about revenue. This is handle on the law. Okay. Tessa Brera a newspaper from you. President Trump says interior secretary Ryan Zinke is leaving think he will be leaving. By the end of the year has replacement will be announced next week thousands of LA USD teachers and their supporters will March through downtown LA in a show of strength for a strike. This would be the LA USD's first teachers strike since nineteen eighty nine United. Teachers LA union says the March or public education is in demand that will demand the district to give students at chance and stop scar starving schools. This March will begin with a rally at grand park across from L A city hall ending at the broad museum. Mayor Garcetti says a new thirty two million dollar homeless housing project is part of the reason L A leads a nation and getting veterans off the street. The mayor says the fifty six fully furnished units in south LA off.

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"janda" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"janda" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"Does anyway, but if it was a have a more broken up business model worried isn't this huge sprawling cross-border negative. Then it would have to change its business model because it would no longer work, and you can get you the other way. Right. So the current phase might be about this one company when US company having way too much power. But on the other end of the spectrum people are scared of what some people call digital bulk is Asian. And then you've got China, and then you've got Russia. So where where you see this actually happening now is in China, where Google doesn't really exist. It does extend but nowhere near the extended. It does in Europe and all the rest of the world. You've got Russia where Janda is Google Gannex is Uber Janda is Amazon. So there examples of where we seen this happening and happening successfully depending on which side of the fence, you sit on your next is a very good service. Not as good as Google some people might argue, but it's doing a mighty jaw and in China. We've got services like we should which is pretty much everything you go by you way. Bow you've got perfectly good alternatives that have developed in isolation away from these powers. So in a weird way. It might be the case that the EU is looking too far more or Terry Henry regimes to come up with what it sees as a more progressive and European approach to big tech. But I think the different. Hit different hair is in China in Russia. Those are pretty much the only serves as you can use right. There's no Shima choice. Whereas it's just kind of providing an alternative so that you're not reliant on Google, and that's an important distinction. Absolutely. So what are you guys thing? Are you a digital nationalist or sovereign which side do sit on this issue even important or is it a bit of a waste of time and the cross-border nature of big tech is going to win through and make all this kind of discussion points. It feels like we're at a bit of a crossroads here and Francis showing one way that we could go, but it remains to be seen. If we go down that path. Let us know podcast at wired dot co dot UK just one piece of feedback this week, and it's from Minnesota the girls I was on. So Matt skin and take it on. Yes. Underwrites I felt like discussion on the Iceland that was a bit too focused on inside baseball views when I saw the for the first time, I had no idea Greenpeace involved in the creation. So if the to be blocked on the basis that Greenpeace's involved his creation when the viewer. Would never have known this on watching is I think within the effectual effective colloquial usage of banning something it's under saying poverty discussion around size, and that you're saying it wasn't really band is just going to block. They didn't pass these Brule set by the book housing agency. And he's saying Klina was banned kind of agree with you there. He goes on moderating political messages does seem important in the modern world, we've all the nonsense that goes on. But given what what what does make to us greens? This doesn't didn't have juice describe that process to me as a society, we've mis calibrated art controls around vetting TV contents. Basically saying is seems that click us overzealous in in terms of. Excellence in the rules. Here's that. Maybe. Vicki yeah. I would say the fact that Andy many people didn't realize that this ad originally made by Greenpeace is part of the problem. Right. So that's why people were confused about the reason behind it being banned. And also we mentioned at the beginning of this podcast, one of these pieces this week was Google making it clearer who pays for political advertisements if Greenpeace create something that comes under click. Rules of what political appetizer is..

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"janda" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"janda" Discussed on WJR 760

"Retirement maybe you have a great pension and you know paired with your social security check your going to be okay you can still continue to go after some growth at that point but if you don't have that great pension if you're relying on your social security csak and then a piece of your own portfolio generating income from your portfolio to supplement that social security check you may want to look at pulling back a little bit here really gearing the portfolio toward income know how you're going to generate that income in retirement no question in i'll tell you what i think it's a great time just to let the folks out there now that dr there's an opportunity to come in for what we call our complete planning review cpr in you'll have this off for for all the listeners out there that have at least two hundred fifty thousand dollars saved for retirement and were really passionate about making sure that our clients have all their basis covered in all the phases of retirement for instance or number of questions that you should really be thinking about hub also security what age you start taking that benefit how does that fit into your income pitcher think of as a puzzle you're trying to make this decision about social security in a vacuum without having all the arrest of the pieces in place very difficult to do and in contrast that with how much risk you're taking your portfolio yeah which in a lot of cases doesn't change a whole lot as you're moving into retirement janda so so the question that is is that the amount of risk that's appropriate for your age janda in the amount of return that you're actually getting in the other thing he wanted really look yacht is is ultimately what are you pay hanging visa commissions and so that is something we do in our complete planning review we look at that we look at the tax implications on your savings we have lower taxes now so maybe this is the time to be proactive about doing some tax planning do you have an income.

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"janda" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"janda" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And it was a tie game and they had a chat they had travis kelsea for some reason throw pass which janda's work out for the chiefs and people who are at the quarterback of throwing pass i guess threat the mindset yesterday was at alec smith was so bad maybe have other guys or the bar so he just checks it out there the giants get it they don't do anything they punt the part return just let's go over said for for reasons that are still unclear rose select the six and then they have out smith just chequered over the middle gets picked giants get a field goal that than the chiefs have to come all the way back down out of the tied the game and they do and they get to like the eleven and then alec smith for for some reason just takes off and thinks he can score from the twelve yardline gets hackel that these last time out goes in overtime but they get the ball susaring resumes good they get the ball now nothing pence and then the giants ripped down on him i thought it was an embarrassing loss and i hate the chiefs though i hate their guts i reiterate very weird what what's going on with them i know we have karim han who looked unstoppable like he was going to break every record about offense of work you there you're going to break every single record and now you're lucky it bottled up all the time you're lucky if he gets seventy five yards out of him and you know there's there's just no deep threat so now they're now they're the chiefs again the chiefs that we know and yet a twogame lead looks like they're gonna win that terrible division travis kelsey said seeds are gone cover to on us and we haven't solved the isn't cover to like the most basic decency complaints silk cloth st kitts selfcovered too yeah players.

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"janda" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"janda" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"Tell them smith adding looks good all the time in the right setting so when you get when he give him space when he's clean when he keep bodies offer him marcel darius has been a boost for their run defence in that second string role unique in gawk way is their best pass rusher and i know claes campbell's dominant god quiz the guy that's going to be scare and defensive or offensive coordinators as the season goes along he's they're only true edge bender they didn't have an edge bender before and they were still get into the qb they've got one now he is long he's quickies our second year defensive end a third round pick last season that's a every i know i don't think they i don't see them being anything but better come december so offensively i mean a janda the browns were obviously expecting run run run in this one and and that's what they gotta leonard four net ends up carrying twenty eight times i mean what what's the deal with portals can can day kennedy trust portals in any sort of like third and billion anlong long scituate opens her they don't they can they don't and you'd have to just play around bortles and then that's a separate discussions can bortles be saved what do you do with him he leads a very specific type of offense that they really don't have the guys to run especially with with alan robinson now engines methodical and if you're methodical you a slow wind up you don't processed information super speedily you need the help of play action all of that speaks to a downfield offense well they're wide receivers are murky salih alan hearns when he's healthy is didi westbrook's guy assam for the first time today he looks like he's a slight frame quick type or receivers as well those are spread passing offense of receivers and they do what they can with them and they get some good thirddown crossing routes with lee at times but those are remote plays they're all in an isolation there's not a down the down rhythm their offense of weapons don't match each other and they're going to change a quarterback after this season anyway so they'll have a chance to direct did.

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"janda" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"janda" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"I actually knew eddie for a number of years um i guess about a he has six or seven years i knew eddie before i started filming janda project so the way i first heard about eddie was you know when he was still incarcerated he and two other asianamerican prisoners were fighting for the right to have ethnic studies at saintquentin and as a result of that they were all sent to solitary confinement in eddie's case for almost a year and it negatively affected their parole hearings on and eventually all transferred out of that prison and so uh this received a lot a media attention at least locally in the bay area and so that's when i first heard about eddie story i was a college student at uc davis which is in northern california and i was studying asian can studies and you know as students we were always having the kind of fight for the rights to have ethnic studies in our curriculums and so in a hearing about eddie also you know in a very different environment but also trying to fight for the same things you know it just really peaked my interest now we also had some mutual friends anna mentors one of them was yuri coach yama a long japaneseamerican you know activists in leader and she's who we dedicate the film to but um you know through through youri i learned a lot more about eighty and his case and his struggles you know in solitary confinement obsessed i like how i first heard about eighty after going to some meetings and events by the asian prisoner support committee i started writing to eddie and then eventually i helped eddie published some of his writings uh in a book called other in api prisoners and impala cheese so uh i got to know eddie allott by working with him on that book projects and then it wasn't until you know years later after gone out of prison actually that you i approached him about the idea of doing a documentary about his life so we you know we film started filming mostly two thousand ten and and after so so yeah it in this way also it was um you know deciding to make this film after you know we had gotten to know each other and have some of.

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"janda" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

The Sports Hub 98.5

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"janda" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

"The injuries right oh yeah the injuries it it's an epidemic gel it really is so that that's the weekly anymore put what's great about draft exist everyone's healthy bagged her everybody's healthy so let me give you a list okay law you got the lowest okay and and eld and i got this from schefter kazys that we're looking at the saint all over our guy alan robinson he forgot one would go ahead julian at alban ryan a hill darren's paroles david johnson who how many people picked him number one okay oh i would say ninety percent k delvine cook and then there's defence of guys are berry merciless watt janda joe thomas miller brand and marshalls thinks odell beckham junior big one bagged his big one andrew lauck who need was going on with them but we're that still significant enter his story line on that by the way is that just a like a winner say say this week i saw today that he was going to europe now to seek treatment what is going on with the andrew lauck i think a series events on the offensive that should be a bigger story than collusion cases or anything like that what will say that for another day this shawn watson okay yeah he's right traded firm that week and then he got her wanted he would play the guy one of the better quarterbacks this year infancy at least right madonna's we we listen anybody um yeah pure guard sons another gush uh injury at forty nine um but does white sox these injuries have just killed bohol our weekly are going up against your friend league because there's all scrubs to on the waiver while i gotta just don't care about it anymore the nfl better be careful about uh uh look into what's causing all these e c l injury specifically because you're going to start losing the fantasy football casual fans if they keep losing their star fans declare every year and i think that's what's happening to milliano where were viral they go 'cause i'm starting to hear people get pissed off about the vase yells you know as just as a casual observer of the nfl and you know dabbling in fantasy football they're going pissed off and i'll just say this drafting them out saying the swans oliver but you can play our everybody's healthy you can exclude.

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"janda" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"janda" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The news at 930 thirty conviction of a white marsh woman who arranged her husband's contract killing was tossed yesterday by the mayor court of appeals who then ordered a new trial claiming she suffered years of abuse at the hands of her husband carla porter was convicted in 2013 in the 2010 murder of william ray porter at the has gas station he owned on jaffa road intel sent the court in a four three rolling said the jury was up properly instructed about what the laws call imperfect selfdefence in regards to battered spouse syndrome seventy four degrees more local news and sports coming up after this fox news radio update news radio i'm newly in lou president trump promising fire and puree as north korea threatens the us territory of guam in this morning tweeting about the power of our nuclear arsenal that the secretary of state is urging calm prejudices visitors promises to north korea in line kim janda who would understand because he doesn't see understandable latic language rex tillerson speaking on his way to guam earlier some lawmakers criticizing the president's remarks republican senator john mccain saying they could be pivotal in escalating a confrontation with north korea congressional democrats saying that they believe his comments for reckless bombast thick and unhelpful is rich edson any french officials have for chief suspected an attack on soldiers there's been arrested wounded in a gunfight and during its capture themes we report you deci wcbm news on its ninth one governor larry hogan scheduled to attend a news conference in saint mary's county or officials plan to announce separate indictments against drug dealers relating to about a half dozen overdose deaths last week the state health department released numbers that show fatal drug overdoses in maryland continue to climb at an alarming rate us health officials say more people contracting salmonella by eating papayas from a farm in southern mexico the us centers for disease control and prevention say one hundred nine people in sixteen states have caught the illness nearly half the cases are in new york and new jersey one death in new york city has been blamed on the outbreak while we're look at sports in.

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"janda" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"janda" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"You have the iheartradio app you can just go into that search function and type in leak line i did it yesterday and it will take you to some of the greatest stories by one of the best storytellers i've ever sat through broadcast with with his old buddy leak line he'll be joining us on friday again but leon has put his podcasts up there in the relatable at any time you guys when look at enormous until hey we we got a couple attacks in on the due to pioneer a series soybean tech's line uh i won says is sold cattle yesterday pastures burn a davis cowley oh yeah yeah the other one kim janda says checked the radar so i'm checking the radar and there's some pretty good storms right now up around ill cater the south the west avail cater all the way up to the mississippi river on over into wisconsin so that's all i see on the radar fs with their referring to the series some little store arms up there south of walkie lucky might be getting a little bit of rain ill cater just to the east of west union over in that area long us highway 18 the and hopefully we'll get some rain southeast iowa you know used we started the show wednesday in finland taylor talking about when his wet the gets wet and dry continues tuesday's hate on rosalynn telephone line with his us commodities west moines started off the big show talking with don little bit about what's going on in.

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"janda" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"janda" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The president made an interesting comment last night when he addressed nation he said you're on its time of immense sadness but also a time of resistance combats that has been a huge out or your national scored but those firefight it's a glut going to nearby towns brain of food bringing them it's a and also donati stupid donating a rich people or people a donating to help rehouse those lost their homes in dozens of people have lost their homes the most everything thinking this fire on people want a donating to try and help them so good to hear about the charity and goodwill but is there concern in official circles how they will actually get the fire under control janda's events concerning the neighboring countries in sending how their planes from spain from france to italy goes lanes that suck up whatever and dump it on the forest but unfortunately the scale of these fis the amount of smoke and the unpredictable nature of wind is really hampering those efforts is remaining difficult for the planes to getting close to the fis where they need to be but there was some home is holding there was some rain this morning uh there was a short the short showers bronze saw hope that maybe the where the winter be still very haunts underwood limit the flames that it hasn't really too much of a break on the blaze for the bombing reporter paul aim speaking with us from lisbon thanks very much and good luck anke you coming up pakistan makes three thirty eight for four india collapses to one fifty eight all out i don't know what that means either but stick around will find out together and i promise you it'll be more the numbers in wickets here on the world.

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