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How to Pick the Right Music For Live Streaming with Matt Schick

Launch Your Live

09:30 min | Last month

How to Pick the Right Music For Live Streaming with Matt Schick

"Why is picking the right music still important for your livestreams. Sure thank you yes. So here's here's where we're at currently so there's a lot of great ways to produce great streams that are engaging in this new virtual world. The problem is most people still aren't doing that so we're left with you. Know we're left with this condition where we're just all so Saturated with three restoring ed screens on with meetings and family get togethers and family. Holidays in lung were laying in bed. Scrolling instagram watching videos of of our favorite influencers. So we're constantly looking at this stuff and it's getting old. I mean zoom fatigue was a real thing back in may and here. We are in nearly december. And it's the problem so the ability to add something that changes up the rhythm of people's day days is very important so they're used to watching talking and listening to talking hearing people talk about them so in order to in performing world. When you're building a stage show it's really important heads and flows so you have the not just the same tonality the entire time of wakes people up it it. It just it gets people gets the juices reenergized. So it's really important to do that. And music is a great way of doing so where just keeps the energy moving along and It just it it it takes from being just a monotonous talking which people just hearing all day as a little bit of Of of levity in some cases excitement in other cases the most poorly just a tone that you get to create with music so when okay so obviously you know picking write music very important. I love the ebbs and flows. You talk about their so. I mean there are times where people shouldn't use music on their livestreams. I mean. are there certain times where you know. Oh well you should use maybe just an interim you know an intro and then continued that throughout your stream and have altro that goes with it or should you have like sound bed. That goes plays throughout seem or. Are there times where you shouldn't use any music. That's those are all great questions. Yes for sure you don't want to overdo it with music. a little. a little goes a long way especially when it's very very delicate right like we're talking and we are the feature so right now if i were to play a song overpower us and he couldn't hear what i was saying. Were you were saying christian. It would be it would degrade the performance not enhanced the performance because i say performance. Because that's my becker the podcast so you. The ability to hear your. Your speaker presenter is above importance below that having a nice music sets the tone for what exactly is going on at the same time is is very helpful so fun example that i always use it. Sounds sounds silly but if you try you'll really see how effective it is just like film video on your phone of of your wife or your husband or child walking to the mailbox right and that's all you need right the walking out to the mailbox to get the mail. If you put a sad slow cinematic song behind that this thing becomes tear jerker i mean if you put it in black and white forget about it. You're you're you've lost your audience but it really can set the tone for just fills in the blanks and paints a story. That video only cannot do you put upbeat peppy music to that now. It's a story of a of you know your daughter going to get the mail excited for package to come and wants to see if it's there and nat music change alone without changing speed. The weights shot or anything else. That music can completely repaint that picture for you. So it's very important. It's very nice if you're talking about something very serious. Music isn't the way to go for talking about something with some comedic levity something a little more upbeat and and comical would really help that It's just a really depends on what the stream is but the run of show is when to use it when not you mentioned a couple of different You know use use case studies. I should say so. There's there's what's called the music bed. Music bed is as music that literally lays underneath. Or i say you lay on top of the music just like you sleep. Innovate and so The music is underneath. You just like beds underneath you when you're sleeping so its music. That's pretty low in the background. You still hear. The music is typically no lyrics. it's looking instrumental. Ambient sound that again crates. That mood as you're talking and that can go. If there's like ireland period is speaking or let's say you're europe demonstrating something or sharing a screen and you just fill it in and just make it a little more interesting. It's a really great Great no. You study for music bed. There's also it's called stinger or stings or some people need him. Bumpers in that can be like up next. We've got a really great guest. It's adam shark tank. But i but i borrow a bow and that's your stinger. You know just a bit of just an energy jolt so again people. Listen to you for ten minutes. You've got a fun. Jingle or sting that comes in maybe weren't throughout the entire show that people are used to that. It's on brand for you. Music great way to establish a brand and stick to it. Maybe it's a sting that you used. Throughout the entire event they'd be at the beginning and the end you've got to prolong jazz insurance altro and it just is it. All together into a nice cohesive package so yeah there's a lot of ways of using it overdoing it is definitely something you don't want do Service just really important to make sure that you're picking music at the right time and making make strategic choices and along those lines to do you think that sometimes People are like you know you hear a lot of times like oh i wanna play all this music. And then they're they're stuff's getting taken down and it's almost like they feel like if they can't have music they're like somehow doomed a-. What are your thoughts on that. Yeah no it's it's very important if you and if you're not aware of i'm glad you brought it up jim because you know you can't just play music that you're not licensed to us. And what is that pretty much everything you've ever heard before i mean if you listen to radio every single track you've ever heard on. The radio is is owned by another entity. A record label or an artist. You know when when you When we used to do our live show in cedars you pay their to organizations. You pay the right. You pay rights to There's as cap in this. Bmi and those organizations essentially pay. These blanket costs covers the Your ability to play tracks in a theater. So currently there's no real way where that translates super well to to live because if you're streaming youtube heavens youtube know that you paid for the rights to iraq harry song in fact there's been funny stories of actual artists to play their own materials. Clearly their licencee in many cases own it and they're streams are getting pulled down because sites like youtube and facebook and pinterest our end What's twitter periscope rather not patriots video yet. That'd be drifts yet you know. Those sites have robo scanners that automatically detect a copy written material whether it's video audio so they can in many cases. Just pull your stream down altogether Because they think you're using it with permission or many cases. A lot of us are trying to monetize streams so they say hey. You're not allowed to make money off of this other person's contents or naturally they pull your stream down and that could be devastating if you're livestream producer or livestream host of your of your own show. Have you strip pulled down as certainly very frightening so you have to do it. The right way and there are quite a few right ways of doing it. So while you can't play again You know whitney houston or lady gaga song because those are obviously owned by their respective record labels. You can't play other types of music there's public domain music and there's royalty free music so public domain music is basically a library of music that known space gates. It's used for us for one thousand. Nine hundred seventeen is the year or anything before that year Songs such as happy birthday for example. Anything was released before that are public domain. So you can use it anywhere. No one owns the rights to this Annual not getting you to would never pull your string down etc so you're surly allowed to do that The wider umbrella a portfolio of music. That you can use 'cause 'cause you're limited with public domain is what's called royalty free music this music that's been created for the sole purpose of being used by content creators. So many cases for all two free doesn't mean that it's free Although there are certain free royalty free websites but royalty free basically means you are allowed to purchase the rights to the news this music and typically purchased the rights. One time now you have access to use the music and while youtube still doesn't know somebody's telling you to have oh match. Schick in new york purchased the rights to the jiffy. Pop one eighty fitches a song. I just created morning. Everyone doesn't know that usually youtube does know. Is that jiffy. Pop eighty is a royalty. Free song that they will fly or poll down so when i buy the rights through a website. And we can talk about websites. I like to use but when you buy the rights to those websites essentially you now get the track and full quality without any audio watermark. And i can use that without being pulled out of my stream so

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to be rebooted as gritty drama

Mason & Ireland

01:29 min | 5 months ago

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to be rebooted as gritty drama

"Will. Prince reboot work as a drama swipe last or swipe right? We'll do they have will smith attached is he going to do this? Yes, I did. Well if he's in it if you actually accident, it'd be good. I wouldn't think that drama would work but then. Didn't you tell me one day we had a question on the air of when's the last time you cried at something you saw on TV and French you know it was a caller that called in and said, he cried at the fresh prince of Bel Air when Phil. His father-in-law anthem or something. And I I made fun of the guy and you were you the one that told me either somebody told me no, no no that's like people people like talk about that scene all the time. Yeah. It's like one of the best like a tear jerker it's like probably the saddest moment of the freshman. Blair. So I. Will. Smith is insanely talented I. Think. Know Give Him enough credit he's like a modern day. Frank Sinatra. At times he had like the number one album, the number one movie, and the Number One TV show all at the same time. So anything he's he's a part of I, think has a chance to succeed and I wouldn't normally Lindsey think drama would work for fresh prince but that scene whatever that scene is, and I don't know what they're talking about what? Why. Don't you want me walk four people are incredibly moved by that. So maybe it would work as a

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Elfriede Blauensteiner

Female Criminals

03:43 min | 8 months ago

Elfriede Blauensteiner

"Welcome to black widow watch like the deadly spider there named for many female criminals have used the promise of love to trap and kill their victims. These men believed they'd found the person. They would spend their lives with instead. They had wandered right into the web of a deadly Predator throughout this month. I'm taking a look at the world's most notorious black widows in these episodes. I'll uncover what made these women decide to murder the people they vowed to love and cherish. Will detail the specific methods they use to carry out these ends, and finally we'll explore what made their respective pray susceptible to the charms of a Predator in disguise today? We're discussing Elfriede. Diner dubbed Austria's black widow Blauensteiner is believed to have killed over ten people with poison, including husband to lovers and her next door neighbor, and it may have all been to feed her destructive gambling addiction. Moron Elfriede Blauensteiner after this now back to our black widow. At an early age Elfriede Blauensteiner was determined to never be poor, growing up in poverty during and after World War Two. Her sole mission in life was to become rich, no matter what. But it would be five decades before she committed her first murder, and in that time she became a nurse, was married and divorced and developed a love for the roulette tables in nineteen, eighty, one fifty year, old lounge diner committed her first murder. The victim was a janitor named Erwin neater Meyer, the murder of neater Meyer awakened a bloodthirsty nece in Blauensteiner in nineteen, eighty six. She satisfied this new urge when she murdered her seventy eight year old diabetic patient auto ronal it was with Rhino that she perfected her method of killing altering medication to make it appear as if a victim died of natural causes. The drug she landed on. Was You glue? Lucon used for blood sugar levels. Six years later in August nineteen, ninety-two Blown Steiner used you G- Lucon to slowly kill her second husband. The two year old Rudolph blauensteiner everything went to L. freed. It's believed that she used this inheritance to feed a gambling addiction. When the money from her third husband ran out, she turned her sights onto her neighbor. Eighty four year old Francisca curb rural curl died in late, nineteen ninety-two, but not until after she left blauensteiner her entire life savings. But curb. Money would only hold blauensteiner over for so long. Throughout the early Nineteen Ninety S, Blauensteiner took out personal ads in local papers, looking for victims to swindle and murder. Typically, she wrote that she was a homely housewife and nurse and a caring companion. In Nineteen ninety-four. She met and married sixty four year old Friedrich jerker once she convinced him to put his house in her name blown Steiner went to work. Jerker died in the middle of nineteen, ninety, five,

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Pixar’s Short Film Out Debuts First Gay Lead

Mo'Kelly

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Pixar’s Short Film Out Debuts First Gay Lead

"And animated film has broken new ground for Pixar the nine minute animated short out introduces the studio's first gay main character in the film Greg is getting ready to move in with his boyfriend Greg has not come out to his parents yet that presents a challenge when his parents surprised him on moving day the film debuted on Friday on the streaming platform Disney plus the LGBTQ advocacy organization glad has a plot of the film's narrative people on social media have shared their experience of feeling represented in the animated story and called the film a tear jerker out is part of the spark short series available on Disney plus which showcases

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Google's Super Bowl ad is a dream

Talking Tech

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Google's Super Bowl ad is a dream

"So if you watched the Super Bowl you might have noticed that ad from Google showing you some pretty amazing things that the Google assistant can do as always here talking tech. We like to take take the ads and break them down and see if they really do work. Our results well for the seven kind of work the other three. We don't know what Google is drinking. I'm Jefferson Graham. Of course you're listening to talking tech. The new AD is a tear jerker featuring a widower reminiscing about his late wife. He asked the Google Assistant to show him specific vacation photos of the couple in a specific location play. Their favorite movie and see more photos does from their anniversary so far so good and more on how to make that happen for you in a minute but when the man starts noting that Loretta read I used to Show tunes SNORT when. She laughed that she had beautiful handwriting and that her favourite flowers tulips well. The assistant is a joke. Oh sorry I can't help with that yet. The bottom line for five point six million dollars. Google taught me that the assistant can play my favorite movie since it's available on Youtube and is doing a better job of picking out specific vacation photos than it used to. And if you do want the assistant to respond in kind hind you need to train it like this. Hey Google remember how. Ruth always snorts when she laughs. Okay I remember that but overall the AD is misleading is leading since so many of the commands our fantasies for some Google engineers. Hey Google Ruth's favourite. Flowers are tulips sorry. I'm not sure how to help with that her but I'm learning more every day. They sound great on paper. Let's hope they become real one day like real soon

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Real Effects of Paying it Forward

Curiosity Daily

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Real Effects of Paying it Forward

"According to research paying it forward isn't just touchy feely Gimmick. And it's also not that tear jerker movies starring Hayley. Joe Osmond Right. No paying it forward is a real thing with real effects and can make your workplace and the world a better place to be. Here's the scoop. Researchers from UC UC Riverside assigned employees at coca-cola's Madrid Office to be either givers or receivers givers practice five acts of kindness for a personalized list of receivers over a four week period. Importantly the givers got to choose. What kind of kind actions they performed that. They want to leave encouraging sticky sticky notes on friends. Desk bring their neighbor a coffee compliments. Someone's new coat. It was up to them. In the meantime they periodically checked in with the researchers about their happiness. Venus life satisfaction job satisfaction mood and experience of positive and negative behaviors. The acts of kindness impacted office life in a big way over. The course of the study receivers noticed more acts of kindness around the office and felt more in control of their workdays. They also reported feeling happier. And the givers felt the benefits to the felt more satisfied with life and with their jobs and they also experienced fewer symptoms of depression. They even felt more competence and confidence confidence in their work. But here's the kicker not only do these acts improve the wellbeing of both groups in the short and long term but receivers were nearly three Times as likely to pay it forward or perform their own act of kindness after an interaction with their giver. This goes to show that when you're kind to someone everyone can benefit benefit so go ahead and send some goodness out into the world. You never know where it might end up.

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Why Americans Can't Quit Tipping

The Indicator from Planet Money

09:07 min | 2 years ago

Why Americans Can't Quit Tipping

"Hey, everyone Stacey in Cardiff. And this is the indicator from planet money. So we recently got a question from a listener a very interesting, but also a very pointed question Stacey in Cardiff. Hi, my name is new I'm twenty three for Boston, Massachusetts. And I'm of course, addicted to the indicator. Okay. So my question is why do we as a society still tip? And how can we stop to me? It's one of the most aggravating economic Mistry's a horrible Social Convention that no one ever questions. Thanks so much by and this we figured was a question worth devoting a whole episode to. So we used a news question as a reason to call an expert on the psychology Nekunam IX of tipping. Yes. There is such an expert, and you it is a great question because we are just tipping everywhere. Now at restaurants and bars and taxis Lubers and lifts and when you get haircut even in coffee shops now we're being like control towards like that. Twenty or twenty five percent Niddle percentage every time you buy so today on the show, we answer your question. And you know, we also had a few of our own. We did especially because there are actually some really troubling aspects to tipping. We wanted to talk about those as. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from dot com with wicks, you can create a professional website for your business. Choose a template designed for your industry and customize it to match your brand Goto wicks dot com slash indicator to get ten percents off. Support also comes from air table, a content. Calendar cattle tracker fabric sourcing system products roadmap post production pipeline, all built with air table. Get fifty dollars in credits today by signing up at air table dot com slash indicator. The tipping expert, we called is a man named Michael Lynn, he's a professor of consumer behavior and marketing Cornell University school of hotel administration, and Michael has published dozens of papers on basically, everything you can think of related to tipping. And so our first question to Michael was why does the US have such a strong typical -ture and why so much stronger than the tipping cultures of other countries. For example, in the US restaurant can legally pay its servers less than. Wage because the service tips are expected to push that wage above the minimum. And also, we just tip more in the US tip and other countries medals is he's actually not sure why the US stands apart in this way. Are just don't know. I have looked at why nations differ in their tipping customs. And there are some predictable findings countries whose populations or more outgoing and extroverted tended to greater number of service providers, and they took larger amounts, and as to a news question of why we still tip so much in the US Michael says, it has to do with the status quo, and specifically how hard it is to break away from that status quo. Because once you get started on tipping competitive forces make it almost impossible to go back. Here's what Michael means. So the existence of tipping allows restaurants to pay their servers less and because restaurants, pay their servers less. They can also charged lower prices on their menus. And customers, you know, really like lower menu prices believe it or not consumers when they evaluate the expensive -ness of restaurant menu prices, they don't take into account. The fact that they do or do not allow tipping and so a restaurant with fifteen percent higher menu prices, and noting is going to be perceived as more expensive than a restaurant with slightly lower prices, but they expect tips now this does not seem rational because customers will pay the exact same overall amount in those two restaurants. But Michael says that's just how customers often decide which restaurants, they like better in one of his recent papers. Michael looked at Joe's crab shack a chain restaurant. Twelve of the restaurants in the Joe's crab shack chain got rid of tipping for a while and raised their menu prices to make up for it. So they could still pay their servers just as much and then most of those restaurants eventually had to go back to tipping. I was able to download yelp and other online ratings of. Joe's crab shacks by location. And what we observed is that when they eliminated tipping their online ratings went down and when they got brought tipping back there. Online ratings went up Michael says these findings are consistent with other research. And so you can see why restaurants find it so hard to end tipping and to raise their menu prices. They don't wanna lose business. Other restaurants that continue to allow tipping. Yeah. And Michael says, he did find one exception to this rule. But that exception is just high end restaurants restaurants that are already expensive. And where the customers just aren't as sensitive to those higher menu prices. They were planning to spend a lot of money at these restaurants anyways. So they may not even notice that they're fifty dollars steak is now sixty dollars or whatever I didn't look at the menu prices market price. All the restaurants, though, it seems to matter, but we also wanted to ask Michael about tipping as a Social Convention because that of course, is part of tipping to, and you know, is this convention as horrible as a new our listener thinks it is. So let's start with this tipping seems to be designed to reward good service. So the better the service the higher the tip. But is that what happens in real life? Michael says, no not really only tiny amount of the tip is actually related to the quality of the service. In fact, the amount is so small Michael says that in one survey only about half of waiters and waitresses themselves thought their tips were related to their service. Most of the average debt Michael says is just a term by the social expectations that people feel to behave in a certain way, everyone else leaves a fifteen to twenty percent tip. So you leave a fifteen to twenty percent tip. That is just the way we do things. She don't want to feel guilty. No servers going to be a servers income is based on the tip. You don't wanna be the Jerker just doesn't leave the right? I now, but you know, as a new Hinson her question, there are other things that are really troubling about the way tipping works in the real world. I found that waitresses who rated themselves as more tractive. Better tips. Blonde waitresses got better tips than brunettes slender waitresses got better tips and waitresses with larger breasts got larger tips, oh, America, America. This is not new information, I suppose, but it is the prising hearing it packaged in this way. But there's also other research that supported the idea that places where workers rely on tips, you know, for a high share of their incomes. Those workers are exposed to more sexual harassment. And in another survey, Michael found something also extremely disturbing. I found that black servers get tips than white servers, even for comparable levels of service. I just I. Yeah. It's bad. Yeah. And we can now turn to a news final question. Which is if restaurants don't have incentive to end tipping themselves. What could possibly end it one possibility? Michael says is through the courts, and here, it's kind of complicated. But he says it tipping seems like a neutral practice. But if it does have the effect, for example of paying black servers less than white servers than maybe it could be declared unlawful by courts because of its discriminatory nature. Michael says he spoken to a lot of labor and employment lawyers about this possibility for now, he says, it seems like a long shot, but because it's not clear whether that argument would work in court and also because he says they're just need to be more. Studies on this racial gap issue to confirm that it does exist also to determine how big it is. And what might be causing it? Yeah. And the other possible way to tipping that. Some people have proposed is just for the law to stop allowing restaurants and other businesses to legally pay their tip workers less than the minimum wage, and in fact. Some states have done that look in California in Washington state and a couple of other states. There is no tip credit, those waiters waitresses get the regular minimum wage and get tips on top of that. And I've done I've got the data, and I can tell you that servers and California make basically the same tip percentage as servers in Texas, even though the minimum wage is vastly different across those two states. I mean. I'm not a hundred percent sure you can kill tipping. So my links tipping is here to stay at least for now. And that is probably not the answer a new wanted. But we are still very glad you asked the question. Thanks for writing in and save all our listeners. We appreciate it. Like, you're in from you. This episode of the indicator was produced by Dr ES Rafia and edited by Patty Hirsch, our fact, checker and turn will Ruben and indicator is a production of NPR.

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"jerker" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Look good. Last night. Were you was a tear Jerker for you see them in on the other on the bench. It was really got me man when he and Franklin the dog many went to that Louis routine normally go through that really got me, right. There really was a tear Jerker right there. What exactly is? I mean Franklin Franklin the dog. I probably the first time ever heard anybody mention them, right? Steph stupid, greedy, everybody talks about his all over the place. But give the fires credit for creating a great mascot, even though. He's annoying. Now. Where's he at? Now. I every where everywhere I I get people from across the country that are like, oh, so you must love greedy yet. Yeah. Right at the grizzly guy. Even at least at least people an opinion on gritty Michael the dog. He just out there. Is there man? He's just there. He's no Willie moose now. He's no Willie moves man that may have been the worst one. Why couldn't they just had an angry? Ben Franklin could have been a younger guy. You've dress them up a little bit. But to make up on him. He's going cans over skids when love it. It scare them. Yeah. I guess, but you'll see a lot of young kids down Sixers games. That's more Philly fanatic type stuff. Yeah. I guess fires. Basketball many kids love the hoops now. I know they do. But I'm saying like, I when I picture basketball picture it being like mascot baseball baseball such a mascot because there's so much time to go, do whatever. And in the stands, see, I that's how I see it with the with the hoops like with the six we'll just basketball in general they have timeouts every five minutes through. And they got to have somebody come on the court and entertain everybody. We'll see I I like the gorilla. Accepted. Really he was the original dunker the Charlotte Hornets. Remember, they had the mascot dunk contest. Yeah. Of course, those are bad days all star weekend. Only because the Sixers had the worst the worst mascot back then to hip hop. Oh, yeah. That's right. Rabbit? Hip hop. Stupid big shot before that the Sixers. Thirty before gritty. I don't remember. I wasn't here. When big big shot looks like a combination of gritty in the coup and the Kool aid man shall be very popular now. No, you wouldn't because they would adjust them not big show was terrible no-one no-one like big shot at all. I let's do this eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four eagles two thousand nineteen. How do you build them? Do you build them with an eye for the future? Or you build them saying, no we can win a Super Bowl this year, you build them with a little bit of patience or Jia build them. Nope. I'm bringing in the guys in upkeeping the guys to give them the best chance to win in two thousand nineteen because that's what I'm doing. This team can win it next year. Right. No, I don't see that right now. Now, I'm not I need to see what the roster looks like in the spring. And then obviously when they get done with training camp. But I would say right now, they would not be the favorite. You still got the Rams and the saints. Yes. He was. Thanks, look like moving forward. Top fourteen Rams, are you? Oh, yes. Only notes. People that pick the eagles to win the division. They won't be the favorite though, close. Them in the Cowboys the Cowboys. Yeah. Let's do it. Stand Wilmington, Delaware. What's up stand? Hey, how's it going guys? How are you doing? The most underrated guy on the radio, man. Thanks. Man. I like check this out on. We're talking about the eagles on. I think they should just go for right now. But I a couple of days I like to say like, I you're you're seem to be higher or boulder Tate. I am going to taste the small guy we need somebody with some the Sean Jackson type speed. That that's where we wonder areas. What were you hurt is rose scrolls? Never really gave us anything this year. I know people. Theirselves. Real hard for me to say that. But he never really gave us anything because of the injury. I you're right. We actually played. He did give you something. But you're right. I mean, the injury the Texan game he was real good. Yeah. But. That game against the city. A lot of people were saying a lot of negative things about the eagles and all of that. And it was it was partially game that was ugly. But you know, I I see the ugly game. Sometimes and you'll have the game. You know, we we should have won that game. And everybody knows that. But the question I have is, you know, I guess you can answer this question. What you'd better? Maybe better. Is that first of all, you know, why how did they not see that coming? I saw that. And how is it that they were not able to stop Michael Thomas? I mean because it's like at some point. You gotta hit this guy. Even if he catches the ball where he's gonna be thinking big O nail me me. If I can't just pass. You know what I mean? And that's just what I'm seeing. I mean, I don't think he'd beat the eagles single. But it was a tremendous factor. Oh, yeah. Going back to that state. And I'll leave it alone at that. Stan. Alright STAN the let me start with the Michael Thomas thing. Listen, sometimes if a if a if a if a team is determined to get a guy the football, they're going to get him to football. And you know, going into gaming is the saints. Michael Thomas is the only true wide receiver saints de again back, but he's the top seventy one Michael Thomas. Drew Brees is favorite target without question. Even if you double team guy, he's still gonna throwing the ball at times, and they move them around. So I don't know if you're gonna stop Michael Tommasi caught more passes that anybody in the NFL this year. Oh, he's gonna get. His of drew is determined to throw him the ball. I don't really think that was the issue. I thought the deepest did as best they could with that saints defense. I mean, they held him at twenty points. And then when you look at the fake punt. I think they were prepared for it. They left the defense out.

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"jerker" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on Think Again

"Use and beginning with kids born in nineteen ninety-five. They spend a lot less time going out with friends. They don't get driver's license as often they don't drink as much. They don't go out on dates. They don't work for money as much what are they doing? They're spending a lot more time sitting on their beds with their devices interacting that way. These are the first kids who got social media when they were thirteen roughly they were subjected to much more anti-bullying content in their schools, much more adult supervision. They were raised in. The years after nine eleven they were they were given much less recess and free play with no child left behind. There was much more testing push down into earlier grades. We don't know if this is for sure the reason, but they seem to have more difficulty working out problems on their own the most common thing, I hear is that members of gen Z if they overhear a joke if they over here someone say something, they'll they'll get offended, and then we'll go straight to HR they go straight to somebody to file a complaint. We're previous generations would have either just shaking it off. And just said Jerker asshole, or whatever I think they're a couple things we can say one is is you have to take charge of device, use and social media. We don't know for sure. But it looks like a two hour. Limit per day is probably a good idea keeping kids off of social media as long as possible is a good idea. It's very hard to do this. As one parent when your kids friends are not limited. So you've got to talk to your kids, friends and all have a common front all have a common policy. Then. Go to the schools schools can solve these problems collectively.

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"jerker" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on FT Management

"It definitely comes more natural in today's generation because of these developments which enters nation than what do you do to make yourself open. All these opportunities apart from the roles that you're juggling. Are you are you learning other things outside the law and your discipline? Definitely know this that I have to beyond my own discipline. And that I have to develop myself with way broader said of skills, Kansas specialize and say, you know, what? Specialize in corporate law or tax law, and they're going to take position that and I'm going to do that my whole life. I definitely noticed that it's essential to look beyond that. And I'm also juggling multiple positions. An altar to get a broader voter life experience and to see what other people are doing and meeting other people in just living in just one little bubble. I guess I think that's also very view of strong sense of purpose. I sense and just talking to you with how do you deal is this because if you look at it one in four people know have mental issues, the changes going to wick celebrate people have more fear. I might able to participate in the future we see it in the corporate world with even everything else. We're spending a lot of time on cutting people into physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being, but still the numbers the direction it's going staggering. If you look at it on the European bases. Global basis you feel the tension or which I do feel. I do see it Philo Philo people of my generation and think it depends a lot on how interest intrinsically motivated you. Or if you have a very high level intrinsic motivation of doing something, which is beyond yourself, and I have. Yeah. Exactly. And I do know that that I have this fairy very high purpose of its oak boils down to the commission. What's your purpose in life? But these stand for what are your principles? What do you want to achieve? If you develop some ants, which those questions and that takes time. And as you grow up, you get a better sense of getting some answer tweets questions. Those patients become a bit list. So I'm actually at the stage now where you're more comfortable knowing dad's as long as I do something which tributes. Something I know doing something good. But when I was younger, I definitely felt stations which you're talking about it. It can definitely be frightening for young people to look at the world and say, what is going to be my role in this also more difficult still to defend your purpose. When you're yes. Exactly, I also often said to people in the company outside as through leadership is putting yourself to the service of orders on their view can marry that was very noble cost to make this better place for all then life is very good inverse base, very rewarding. But it also makes you more resilient. What do you think was leaders need to do differently since we've moved into the leadership discussion, what would lead as need to do differently in the coming years to accommodate some of the things that you've been describing as the uncertainties I think one of the key words that I would mention his empathy at a word that's been used actually during this year's Jerker. Affirm is bell and three the ability to to really place yourself in the lives of others to to to listen with care and to really. Not necessarily to agree with everything that others have to say, but have to ability to to feel what it liked to to be another person, and to feel what their life is like, and I think that really helps to be making real connections in having real conversations. And when you do that, for example, do that in business organization, you will tend to be more client to look at the broader set of stakeholders in their interest, not just surely focused on for example, shareholder field mutation. So I think empty plays a big role in the how hard is it? Pull to be an empathetic leader in the brother cold world of of business. It is business. Terms have of masculine terms and win-lose mentalities are still the dominant force the way we define winning is fairly narrow when of financial success. This was out looking at environmental and social. So if you are honest will be fair to say, it is difficult..

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"jerker" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on FT Management

"It definitely comes more natural in today's generation because of these developments which enters nation than what do you do to make yourself open. All these opportunities apart from the roles that you're juggling. Are you are you learning other things outside the law and your discipline? Definitely know this that I have to beyond my own discipline. And that I have to develop myself with way broader said of skills, Kansas specialize and say, you know, what? Specialize in corporate law or tax law, and they're going to take position that and I'm going to do that my whole life. I definitely noticed that it's essential to look beyond that. And I'm also juggling multiple positions. An altar to get a broader voter life experience and to see what other people are doing and meeting other people in just living in just one little bubble. I guess I think that's also very view of strong sense of purpose. I sense and just talking to you with how do you deal is this because if you look at it one in four people know have mental issues, the changes going to wick celebrate people have more fear. I might able to participate in the future we see it in the corporate world with even everything else. We're spending a lot of time on cutting people into physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being, but still the numbers the direction it's going staggering. If you look at it on the European bases. Global basis you feel the tension or which I do feel. I do see it Philo Philo people of my generation and think it depends a lot on how interest intrinsically motivated you. Or if you have a very high level intrinsic motivation of doing something, which is beyond yourself, and I have. Yeah. Exactly. And I do know that that I have this fairy very high purpose of its oak boils down to the commission. What's your purpose in life? But these stand for what are your principles? What do you want to achieve? If you develop some ants, which those questions and that takes time. And as you grow up, you get a better sense of getting some answer tweets questions. Those patients become a bit list. So I'm actually at the stage now where you're more comfortable knowing dad's as long as I do something which tributes. Something I know doing something good. But when I was younger, I definitely felt stations which you're talking about it. It can definitely be frightening for young people to look at the world and say, what is going to be my role in this also more difficult still to defend your purpose. When you're yes. Exactly, I also often said to people in the company outside as through leadership is putting yourself to the service of orders on their view can marry that was very noble cost to make this better place for all then life is very good inverse base, very rewarding. But it also makes you more resilient. What do you think was leaders need to do differently since we've moved into the leadership discussion, what would lead as need to do differently in the coming years to accommodate some of the things that you've been describing as the uncertainties I think one of the key words that I would mention his empathy at a word that's been used actually during this year's Jerker. Affirm is bell and three the ability to to really place yourself in the lives of others to to to listen with care and to really. Not necessarily to agree with everything that others have to say, but have to ability to to feel what it liked to to be another person, and to feel what their life is like, and I think that really helps to be making real connections in having real conversations. And when you do that, for example, do that in business organization, you will tend to be more client to look at the broader set of stakeholders in their interest, not just surely focused on for example, shareholder field mutation. So I think empty plays a big role in the how hard is it? Pull to be an empathetic leader in the brother cold world of of business. It is business. Terms have of masculine terms and win-lose mentalities are still the dominant force the way we define winning is fairly narrow when of financial success. This was out looking at environmental and social. So if you are honest will be fair to say, it is difficult..

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"jerker" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on WEEI

"Did jerkers? Though asked me about that. So I've I've gotten reporters, you know. I I saw Stephen a Smith this morning, right? I was watching television in the hotel room a little bit. He was getting angry. I would love to be a reporter again. Okay. And other reporters saying don't tell me what I'm allowed to ask you or not. So so here's where it this is also hypocritical, right? And maybe this falls on the media, maybe falls on the fans. I don't know where we're going to go with this. But you can decide for yourself at home. So I ask a question player. Gives me a bad answer. I'm mad at the player. I ask a question player gives a a standard answer. I'm mad at the player. I ask a player player tells me not to ask that question. Don't tell me how to do my job. I'm mad at the player like at what point are we not angry at the player. And I know that I'm the guy that for years told you that Richard Sherman rubbed me the wrong way in the marshawn Lynch rubbed me the wrong way. Because I do truly believe that as an athlete part of your job at part of the reason you're making those millions of dollars is that you need to deal with media. Good, bad or indifferent. I do truly believe that as part of your job as an athlete. It is sports, and it's sports entertainment. And it's in, you know, CBA's agreements, and contracts and all kind of stuff there are certain amount of times that you have to do to actually. Speak with media and be available for media. And and yes post game interviews can sometimes be tough, especially when you lose or especially when things are drama field. I get that. I truly do and they're human beings, and Kevin Durant is allowed to be angry. I actually disagree with people who are bashing Kevin Durant because he said, I'm not answering that question don't ask me that s me that anymore. Like part of the reason people are mad at Kevin Durant is what? He's being noncommittal about his impending free agency. And there are a lot of people say, well, like if you if you even if you lied to us just say, I love it here. I'm not going to wear war. Listen, I'm not gonna talk about this, right? Have a definitive answer. So that's what he did. He gave a definitive answer. Don't ask me anymore. Don't ask me. I'm not I'm not answering that question. Don't ask me. So why are we mad at him for that? Actually that was a very adult way to handle it. We've all been in situations where we don't wanna be asked questions. Right. Like, would you rather him? Just be all like whiny. And you know, like whatever, I don't know. I don't know. Maybe we'll be friends. Maybe we won't. I don't like would you rather that? No, like, just stop asking the dude the question, it's obvious. He's not going to give you the answer you want. It's who is it. Mark Schwartz last year with with LeBron right after game one of the panels jareth Smith, and he kept asking and asking asking and LeBron wasn't given the answer. Like, I get your reporter. And you want to do your job. And you're trying to get the best quote. You can get fine. You're trying to be the first one to and it's why social media sometimes screws things up because reporters or people who want to break news. I want to break news and don't want to fact check like dude, if he says, no, I don't wanna ask question move on. That's it. That's fine. It's not a big deal. Finding different story. There's many different stories. Steve Kerr never shy. He's a guy that you can get some some good quotes out of he was asked just kind of about this team in general right now. Spiritual.

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"jerker" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"No, I have something to do with you Jack it every day every day. Really? Are you gonna leave clues relate to find? What's a little nut trail now going to become a detective detective's gonna catch? Sometimes I wish jerk off less, but I can't do it. As part of the no part of your thing. It's just your daily. I do I do concern that is a compulsive behavior. That might be let me ask you this. Because there's a comic who I won't sell out comic told me that we were going to show, and he was like, yeah. You know, I jerk off like in the hotel before shows, and I was like oh my God. I would not do that at all. Because it would make me too tired. I was like I don't wanna feel tired to go to the show opposite. I would like to. I would do it after a show like get back to the room. You know? Yeah. Then it's like romance. Oh, I like to I really spend time with me. No. But does it not can you do it? And then are you the type that it kind of knocks you out or you're like, go out depend, you know, I found that jerking off in the morning, generally, a bad idea. Really because it'll it could slow your day down so much once you jerk off like you're going to be on your phone. But if you had like a big event like I dunno you had no right before. Yeah. That's what I was no way sky performs night Jerker, generally, jacker, keeping no aren't you guys together. I assume you're watching your shows at night, you're married. I sleep first book. There's not look it happens, though, you this is something that just happens, and you might clue let's where when are you sneaking off are you one of these guys to do you pull up the Samsung and this turn into inquisition? Yeah. I really. Phone use the phone. Do you ever do that thing? I've done this where like you kind of pay attention to how deeply she sleeping. And you're like, I do it right here. Yeah. Yeah. For sure are so sick. Then I'm sure you have gone really not masturbated in the bed. One Thomas sleeping. No. You'll have you think? So. Yeah. Right. You have. Okay. There's no shame. Yeah. No, embarrassed. Look at me. I'm fuck I tell everybody about my compulsive masturbated jerking off one time in the bed. When I'm STAN you guys aren't you're not afraid of being caught. I think the the fear being carts relied the thrill though. Right. Not enough for me. I don't like being afraid. No. I don't. I'm not afraid of being caught in that. I so confident. You're like ask him for me defined. I know what I'm doing. She doesn't want to catch me too. Because I noticed that. Like, I, you know, my morning shower is not usually a let one out usually not do. But you always go like is it cool to come in you doing in there. Yeah. A couple times have been choking, my chicken, and you came in really really, well, you're like a wreck. Yeah. But I was able to like position. You're like like, hey baby was also enough steam, you know, so I was like. We moved to new house the bathroom. I don't have any privacy there because it's connected with the bedroom. Uh-huh. And so I'm really afraid to off in the shower these days because if you walk in it's gonna be so obvious that I'm like concealing. Yeah. You guys have a new game though. This can be a fun game. You'll continually jerk off every day. Alter coffin, you could be watching TV. It's not gonna bother. No. I don't think what do you mean? We'll strange like if you're watching a ninety day fiance, and I'm just beating off a problem while we will watch. No. That'd be weird. Yeah. You can't just get up and hitting. Taking down. You can't get up and take it down ninety fiancee watch that we started to. And then we forgot about it. I do what's the okay? What is the the video parody? Like what you make fun of the reaction. Yes. So you're talking about our new video I loved it was feel see pilot for I Catt fished. My kid so weird because they roasted the debt actually for such a fucking weirdo. This is such a great show. It never got picked up. It's funny. People drew the line some..

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"jerker" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"So this isn't even an issue when I don't believe something or I think there's a better way to do it. I have such a good relationship with them that I say, hey, here's what's going on boss. This isn't a good call. Here's a better way we could get this done and they go, oh, thanks, Jaakko. Thanks for telling me that infects, you're making me look good by helping us win. So this is no factor. You develop good relationships with people up above you in the chain of command. How do you do that? You do it by making them look good. I mean, that's that's one of the key methods is you make them look good. When you you perform you, you get your team organized. You make things happen and you give the credit to your boss and your boss ends up really trust in you, and you have a good relationship with them that way when they come down the pipe with something that doesn't make any sense, you can explain to them, hey, boss, here's what's going on. We've done these twenty seven things. They've all done. Well, we appreciate the support that you've been given us in some leeway when we made some changes. The thing that you're we're getting asked you right now, it doesn't make sense. What we wanna do is this other way it's going to be more effective in the bosses say, okay, thanks, Jaakko. Appreciate you telling me that as ever been a time where the boss said, you know, no jock over still going to do it this way. My boss is telling me to do it this way and you know there's nothing we can do to fix it or or maybe he was kind of like, you know, a Jerker. He didn't wanna do it and he's like, no Jaakko. It's my way or the highway has ever been that kind of situation. And how did you deal with it if so? Yeah, there's definitely constituencies like that and not so much my way the highway, but there's been rules of come down that didn't make sense for The the. situation that I was in and actually this is this is one of the things that we talk about on the books is at its. It's a, it's the same thing. I just talked about when we got to Ramadi they made us work with Iraqi soldiers. That was the that was the mission was we had to go out with every mission in Iraqi soldiers with us. Iraqi soldiers aren't as well trained as us Iraqis, don't have the same equipment as us, they're, they're unmotivated, they're poorly trained. It's just a bad situation, but we got fold. We're gonna work with Iraqi soldiers all the time for every mission. So I told my guys, we're going to work with Iraqi soldiers forever mission, and we're going to mitigate the risk the best we can. But the reason we're doing this is because if we ever want to turn over the security in this country to the Iraqis did they need to know how to handle the security or so we don't do this. We're gonna lose. So we went forward. We started doing operations with Iraqi soldiers. Now, this wasn't only us that was being told us, this was every unit every military unit in Iraq was being told that they had to do. Operations with Iraqi soldiers. Now, what many of the units did was when they had to bring in Iraqi soldier with them on an operation, you'd have a platoon of twenty soldiers or or sorry, platoon forty soldiers or a platoon of forty marines. And they bring one or two Iraqi soldiers with them, which was not really the intense of of what the leadership was trying to make us do. So then the leadership said, okay, you know what? Now you just don't have to bring Iraqi soldiers. You have to bring seven Iraqi soldiers for every one American you have with you so impose this ratio loss. And that actually made some sense in the areas of Iraq that were not as violence as Ramani was however, in Ramadi, which was extremely violent at the time. This was a problematic decision and what made it even more problematic was at the elements of Iraqi soldiers that we were working with often only had fifteen to twenty Iraqi soldiers in them. So that meant. To go out an operation. I would only be allowed to send out to seals so to seals with fifteen Iraqi soldiers, if they get into a bad firefight will, who am I gonna leave behind for the seals?.

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"jerker" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on KNSS

"Currently partly cloudy and fifty eight degrees to people have reportedly been arrested in connection with a road rage incident that left a four year old shot and in critical condition in north Wichita cake. News reports jail records show Nineteen-year-old Thailand Atkinson and twenty one year old Monica Smith were booked late Wednesday in connection to the shooting near tenth and Topeka. Both were held for aggravated battery criminal discharge of a firearm and traffic judges police chief Gordon Ramsay says the driver of an SUV carrying to adults and six children apparently cut off a silver Mustang. That's when two shots rang out wounding a young boy in the abdomen. Who was a passenger in the SUV the two companies facing multiple lawsuits after a deadly duck boat accident in Missouri. This summer have invoked in eighteen fifty one maritime law that would limit or eliminate their liability Branson, duck vehicles in Ripley entertainment, both defendants in. Multiple lawsuits deny negligence in the sinking of a duck boat near Branson and July that killed seventeen people during the violent storm. The Indianapolis star reports that court papers filed this week show. The two companies are using a law known as the ship owners limitation of liability act, which essentially means that should accord, find them responsible that their liability is zero the victims, including nine members of an Indiana family or seeking one hundred million dollars in damages. Jeff monosso, Fox News. A pit bull dog that survived being shot in the face in Missouri is recovering from surgery unleashed pet. Rescue in mission. Kansas began carrying for the dog named Gloria after she was found last week in Slater, Missouri. A nonprofit said in a Facebook post that the veterinarians who operated on her Tuesday suspect that someone meant to shooter between the eyes instead it appears Gloria Jerker head upward leaving her alive. But with a massive cheek wound Gloria will need to undergo additional surge. Injuries. And we'll be staying in a foster home for at least. So the next couple of months as she recovers. Investigators in Missouri are following up on leads you find the shooter, Dan O'Neill king news. Plus, you have concluded that the Maryland police officer was justified in fatally shooting a man who barricaded himself and his three-year-old son inside his ex-girlfriend's townhouse.

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"jerker" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"I wore the cowboy collared number fifty five and the gloves and the shoes and did everything junior, say, outdid. He was my absolute number one favorite player and thirty for thirty on ESPN did their doc on him there little mini dock and you can only get on the ESPN plus app. So I'm forced my brothers sign up for it and we watched it on his lap on his ipad. And dude, I'll tell you what you want to tear Jerker tune into that Jesus Christ man because he would write in a. Journal damnation every day when he's going through things and it's his kids, he'd like five kids and it's mainly three kids. I think at four kids with these three kids reading the journals that his daily journals are one of these going through and it's in their voice about their dad, and they go through his whole journeyman and it is frigging it's so heartbreaking grew up in oceanside. You know. So he's a local kid down there and then ended up going to USC, right? So again, local kid and then gets drafted by San Diego Chargers, which you can't write this any better. He's just as freak of an athlete and you find out his dad was his complete dickhead who who was never happy. They lost the always blamed on junior. So he's always trying to find that approval from his father. And then as he continued continue play playing the game, he, you know, seen gets a ton of concussions. And I think with junior sale. I think CT is the number one thing that that dude was acting the way he did and why commit suicide. And then there's some other factors that went into it where he had a gambling prom. He'll guys, you know, multimillion dollars his whole families. You know, benefitting off him, take advantage of him with his money, stuff like that. So I think those things helped push him towards the decision you made. But I think if anyone just toss up goes, oh, he was in debt and he had some family issues. That's why did I think you're out, you're guy damn mine. I think this is the most severe case of brain trauma CT that we've ever seen and for a guy to be as happy, go lucky as he is and for his demeanor to completely change. 'cause they show him with his kids and how hands on he was with his daughter and their best friends and a son and his wife, and everything's going all good. And then she goes, I was trying to talk to him. He just like, wasn't there's no connection like she blew. She starts crying in the in the documentary, and she's like, that's not my dad, and he. Tell he tried driving his goddamn s played off the side of a cliff. He would. She succeeded at driving off the cliff, but it only had broken like broken, like fucking pinkie or something he didn't get hurt. He's such a bad ass. He drove off the cliff crash cars on fire gets out and he rushed to the hospital to these fine. And he goes, oh, I fell asleep at the wheel and his kids. I got it. We believed them because why would commit suicides junior sale and it is fucking heartbreaking, man it, especially if you're a fan, it will get you. It got me. I shed a few tears for that one when he was riding his journal was he messed up like in the beginning to so the? No, no trauma was definitely. Yeah. The in towards the end. He's like, I don't know why feel like this. I don't want to do this. I'm hurting you ruined my life. Like I just can't connect with people anymore at all. I don't want. I hate the way I feel this isn't me. He. He keep writing like this is not me like, I don't know. I cannot connect anyone. I, I don't know how to show love anymore. I don't have. Connect with my kids. My wife, I have no idea what to do. And then after games, they said some days you just stay in bed and go. My brain hurts so bad and they show a picture..

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"jerker" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"So, and my name's Rodrigue. So then that's the other part you have the like, you know, we're not pick up the phone like we're gonna Leon or whatever. The fuck racist, they think about our names like, yeah, you know, but I don't. I mean, it doesn't bother me because no one's ever questioned my blackness or if they have question, it's never stuck to make me like, correct. Oh my God, my not black enough. If a nigga told me because I talk proper at work that I was white, I would laugh because I'm like, Nick, I'm trying to sound white on this phone. I absolutely would love for these people that think white on this phone. Then they get to surprised life anyway. It was a job interview initial phone interviews for state university. I worked at all hell by phone. So supposedly to help combat bias and racism. They also have standard questions that they ask if every candidate I was the only candidate they ever had the answer all the questions correctly for the topics in which I claim to have expertise naturally while naturally I was called in for face to face interview man, were they shocked with my black, ask walked in there. I can see it on their faces. Apparently they even wanted if a friend white who had told me about the job at giving me the questions. Wow, that's the racism. I don't care if I was white on the phone. I do think I had to cheat to know the answers to the shit, fuck ya'll. It was so hard for them to believe that they were that they were willing to question. They take one of their colleagues. Think about that. Jim, do you wanna complain. Oh, come clean about what. He knew a lot of answers Jerker in what is expert expert. That's why I recommend job because I knew he could do job that made motherfuckers be lying. Nobody else. Got it, right. That's why we should probably higher. Okay. I see what you gotta do here. All right. I'll see you just not gonna tell the truth. Way? Yeah, he says the disaster. Oh. I took the job because I hated the job I had at the time, but it was a struggle even though they supposedly hired me for my expertise, they really didn't take it my vice seriously so much. So that went to why consultant told them the same things I've been saying manager said, I didn't realize we were so far behind. Yes, violence them sheet. I just be lying getting as you know. 'cause sometimes you could see she happening from mile away in you rely a, you know this, this other? Nope. I got another job shortly thereafter. Sorry, this solo no need apologize, styling long actually. But yeah, that's some trash. The poll was, have you ever said, has anyone ever said that you talk right. Yes, no, or I'm so why I'm white. So it doesn't count. Now why? Why does it was the poll was because I tell Karen, I think almost every black person as some point has been accused of sounding white or talking white because this colloquial thing where we're just sir, inserting white for shit, like proper nasal e, you know that kinda shit and because we throw it around so much is is bound to happen to most of us. Some other black person will say that whether injustice series like you say, white. Now not just that, but why people do it, they think black. Third, black people sound like white people. So I don't think it's that I don't get that insulted by, but I also think it's very common..

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"jerker" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"That has scorched one hundred forty two thousand acres stadium urgency service Jerker Markle or duty says, more resources have. Arrived number of states from throughout the United States both neighboring, states and as far as as, far away as the east coast New Jersey and Maryland Who have sent, assistance, here to California I actually sixteen states at all as well as two countries Australia and New Zealand who have dispatched firefighters the Bank and tax fraud trial of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort continues on Monday correspondent Evan Perez he's charged with failing, to report those foreign Bank accounts and with lying on. His tax returns as well as lying on, Bank loan applications one of his former accountant Cindy La Porta said in court that she and others at her accounting firm helped fake nine. Hundred thousand dollars in income from one, of those offshore. Accounts as alone that change save Manafort as much as half a million, dollars in taxes for twenty fourteen the Trump administration has been told to protect dreamers District Judge, John Bates, for the district of Columbia ordered the Trump administration to restart the program that protects young undocumented, immigrants from deportation. Saying it did not justify its decision to eliminate DACA the, government has been given Until August twenty third to appeal the ruling or the Trump administration will have to restart the program and that includes accepting new applications for it I'm Barbara Kusak in Washington hundreds, of people are gathering in Portland Oregon for today's patriot. Prayer rally counter protesters have also showed up, outside a waterfront park and downtown Portland violence has broken out at the far right groups previous rallies and police say they are screening for. Weapons today I'm Ann Cates.

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"jerker" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on The Corner

"Let's take the title right now for that match that we have to the night into versus chris jericho cheeses while kraus's could be crazy jerkers could've played up it's not gonna be the jerk omega match but icepick shenanigans and run ins in craziness on idol shakes naida wins doesn't need to it like the really gonna give credit general about mayor winds shit i don't know i got a really see when this us cards 'cause derrick come in the hold of both for like three weeks ain't bag yeah fuck i'm stigma naito okay so i'm gonna say chris jericho wins because i think naito is either going to win g one this year and get another shot at say he just like yeah or he's taking the title off okada this october one of the two things is gonna happen not sure which one yet but i think that means he's got to either enter a program with jericho where he ends up losing the title but he gains all the momentum by winning g one or pulling the upset off against okada in october so i think jericho wins round one i wouldn't be surprised if it goes the other way i just i'm curious how they're booking this is just naito's guy he's in catis position where okada every time he thought he was supposed to be on high she didn't and then he finally did night or a lot of people still pissed off win wrestle kingdom moving in that direction my hand right now.

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"jerker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I always thought people that oil powers machines and factories in cali powers humans and dreams and we say less oil more coffee yes sir and then and so when i finally walked in going up in the bay area you are product of your environment and it's wonderful that we live in a place that's so progressive and forward thinking especially when it comes to food so it's hard not to be a foodie so i found myself walking into a coffee shop called the blue bottle and i walked in i had a cup of coffee and i remember it was over four dollars is to think for seventy five at that time i thought it was very expensive and so the only coffee i had been exposed to prior to that was very normal like diner coffee that tastes like burn popcorn you had to put sugar and cream just to make it drinkable and so i walked in and breath smell damian gave me a cup of coffee from an area and if you called jerker chaffey and i drank his coffee and i remember tasting blueberries and honeysuckle and this beautiful sweet lingering aftertaste and i didn't know coffee could taste like that so then the baristas start talking to me about howard grown this special cultivar the way was processed and one thing he said was that that because of that direct relationship they had with the producing community in ethiopia that those people were able to do the better life make more money and that really stuck stuck in me and i thought how can i get yemeni coffee here and how can i build this bridge to help you have any farmers but also help people understand yemen in our people in something much something something more relatable or more positive than fox news for instance and that was kind of thing that got me a cup of coffee and then from then on i just started this road trying to understand coffee and be obsessed with it and i was naively arrogant so i'm like dave i actually i you know coffee for me i drank a lot in college and i.

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"jerker" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of the go wilkinson legal it's really for the light rain announced macgill here's what's trending undermine or three governor holcomb won't stand in the way of legalising cannabis oil in indiana if legislators stay on their current track only peace jeweled certain types of epilepsy can legally possess cbd oil and indiana and no one can legally sell it legislators are advancing bills killing both those restrictions governor holcomb says he has no problem with expanded availability as long as the bill caps the amount of the chemical of marijuana which gets you hi we wanna make sure we're not over that zero point three level but i wanna make sure people that need it that can benefit from it have access to it in a safe manner and labelling will go a long way in that were suit welcomes extended directive to police to hold off confiscating the product from stores while legislators clear things up eric burma 93 wibc logo news eighteen year old michael keegan was originally accused of molesting two children that has now changed cart county prosecutor jeremy mole the investigation of the jerker liberal police department did rebuilder to be in total seventeen victim who were allegedly molested by mr vegan mall says the victims all females ranged in age from three to seven collectively marie maine's high across the country dr danger georigan centers for disease control rather than increasing weaving being after the winner holiday and it it among all aged but in higher among children who looked like a big part of the later in very activity blueprint missing from his returning who'll it's nine 04 now your forecast from the american standard heating weather center showers around until early afternoon it will stay windy and mild.

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"jerker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of property portion of it and these buildings are not doused after twenty seven years and a further shelter is that one is allowed to exchange through the 1030 once jerker exchange rule into a new property to the capital gains and restart a new depreciation schedule which drives a lot of commercial real estate investment deals if that were to be phased out or modified heavily there would be a big impact on the real estate industry and values but everything would it just over time the only thing whenever seizes the adjustment to this is linked to the depreciation schedules 15 years twenty two years 27 years but it never goes away and uh it's a huge uh wage to defer capital gains on exchanges and still have right off huge amounts of right off the negative cashflow at the end of the year to positive cash flow on real estate investment you know i think it's really untold story of the tax bill is glenn are the ten all longterm ramifications for the real estate market in the way either taxed ali structures tax treat us of of real estate holdings from what the caller is is there's nothing to um that changes in the mortgage interest deduction not kiss bringing down the milliondollar on the threshold to five hundred thousand if if that is in fact where they landed again there are different approaches right now between the house and the senate um mm hmm 'cause certainly um uh ramifacations in homeownership that prices of homes um and then also just the um repeals the elimination of the um interest deduction on seconds homes right what does that do um for the market so i think these are areas that um w you know command more more um your discussion and and i'm research and again.

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"jerker" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"He was he think that he was the swing can you explain luke vote for us that yes there are guys that was very much show then assuming that's that's what i meant a mentor of a signing ceremony over amend that says she was that in that pushed towards voting of sarah in the next episode but my actual question now he's skip another episode luke goes home can you explain the dynamic of that one lucky on looking officer was gone move to column and bridges with michelle did show a michelle wanted to work blue conjuncture michelle wants to vote out of the for my game i thought that was horrible luke influence luke luke stadion enos michelle jerker luke and myself tarlov heat in my mind you would have been michelle jerk her luke as a stronger three and are lucky and i would hated the idea being forced to retire unlock those einar and actually said this session a very out luke really argument jericho as someone who worked with a k i do grimacing jerko was on the luke's wing on so the thing is michelle wanted michelle had said this to me before i thought it was really interesting and really taught me i'm still what kind of claim of show was but she was like before sara luke jackman shall we always been really gullion we haven't always better to get up and they always hungry that we're going to bar and when they didn't tell me bring the on blood tests are committing they will debt to me but you know they could have told me and yes even be different so in my mind i was like.

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"jerker" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jerker" Discussed on First and Last

"Is almost unfathomable fathom a bully bad almost intentionally bed oh almost like they're tankan yet hit the is there an eu now there's the the we are oregon your dropped game uh we did it well for a while and then we kind of moved away from it we focus more on sound here we didn't move away from a you moved away from prior got the board and mike rann or like a genius you're welcome for that by the way it needs to be up there i did get confirmation that one of them that we co opt is actually one we can use more going forward but we're going to save that for another day yeah leeway what cool one that i thought we stole from herschelle show we they really don't use all that much i received confirmation from their production staff the first and last can start to incorporate that more because were you were basically ours were you dialing it back as a feel for a while that got played one that's what it that's what i mean and i felt bad because i thought it was sort of a trope of their show and then i realized that after talking to them at no doesn't really get use them much you know does get used a lot those have been listening to more and more mike and mike leigh's that wimpy party horn all that was i that was one that directly influenced me their constant use of the wimpy party orne was what made it my absolute favorite sound in all of radio i mean i love it i don't care and look we still a lot of stuff from other shows on this on this show and were kind of unapologetic about it we are we didn't come up with jerker no jerk but i base an entire segment around that yesterday.

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