22 Burst results for "Jisr"
"jisr" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"There was some form of mimic d'appel ganger shape shifter in my old house written by user. Jisr lane dead. Two two d e c two zero after recently moving out of that house and with no incidents in the months since moving i feel like i'm ready to share my story. Essentially in the house my family used to live in there was some sort of entity that could shape shift and look and mimic people animals. The first encounter happened in late. Two thousand nineteen after we had already lived in the house for well over a decade. I was in bed with my girlfriend. We hadn't yet fell asleep that night. And i was getting out of bed to go to the toilet before going to sleep on the way out. I turned off the late when i returned and opened the door. She called out and asked who was coming in. I responded there was obviously me and she screamed so turned on the light. She was freaking out. So i asked her what was going on. She said that a couple of minutes. Before i got back someone who she presumed was me had entered the room got into bed and started calling up to her going to actually came back and she realized that she wasn't lying next to me. She moved as far away as possible. But when i turned on the light no one was in the room beside her. She said it felt just like me cuddling up to her. We ended up staying at her place that night. She refused to ever come back to my house. The next incident happened on the eleventh of july. Twenty twenty. I looked up the date of football game that was on. I was watching. Tv by myself while my dad opened the door and stood in the doorway. I wasn't paying much attention to him and absent. Mindedly asked him if he ended up watching the end of the game. His team was playing in. They had made a pretty good comeback. He didn't respond so i looked over at him. A nurse that he was wearing one of my shirts which was weird because it's not something he'd ever done before. I looked down in notice that both of his legs were there. He had a leg amputated in two thousand seventeen. Normally he'd have fake leg one. That is basically a metal pole with a foot on the end. Not one you could mistake for an actual leg. I must have had a serious look of shock on my face because right after looking at his leg in noticing what was wrong. He backed away and slammed the door. I ran down to the back. Shed where my dad was earlier and found him there. I asked if he just been in the house. He said he hadn't left a shed and hours. I didn't tell him what had happened. So i just said i thought i heard him calling. I found the shirt. Dad was worry on my floor along with a bunch of other dirty clothes. The next case also involves the mimic pretending to be dad. Dad is diabetic and while occasionally heavy hypo ray becomes non responsive and it can sort of like talking to a child who hardly responded doesn't know where they are. What's going on. Mom found him sitting on the couch and he wouldn't respond to her when she talked to. She was worried that he was having a high bow. She went out to the kitchen to get his insulin but when she returned he wasn't on the couch she then freaked out because she couldn't find him after searching for a few minutes. She tried calling him hoping that his phone was on him and should be able to hear it. That answered his phone he'd been at work the whole time. The last encounter we had was a couple of months ago about a week after a dog. Pass away she was old. I don't think the mimic caused it. If you're wondering rear in the kitchen from where we were. You could see the hallway leading off the hallways another short hallway part with a door at the end. Were dog doggy door. Is we heard the doggy door open. Which was strange as we only had the one pet. We'll look down the hall and saw what looked like exactly our dog. Mom was beside herself with fright and said that. Now it looks like molly our dog. I was scared to but aggressively said to it. We know you're not her. She's dead frick off then. It made a horrible horrifying noise is added like a cat that had had its tail stomped on it then bolted out of sight through the doggy door..
The LG Wing 5G phone has a swiveling screen, because it's 2020, so why not?
"The LG wing is the leader in the wacky department these days, and we're happy to report that the LG wing is officially a real thing in the world that exists I l L. G announced the device at an event yesterday. And the LG wing is a smartphone with a swivelling display and Guimba camera. It's part of the new LG explorer project. And they said both an initiative and a category and will include devices to deliver distinctive and yet unexplored usability experiences and starting to get real feelings of like el-jisr modular line. That that, you could have used that same sentence for that module aligned with this with with this line. So I like that LG still has a wacky corner in the office works from home but. that is doing this sort of weird stuff and trying to figure out ways that you can. You can explore unexplored usability experiences. It's like the star, Trek Enterprise of. android phones are so. The specs on this is a it's going to six point eight, inch front display it swivels ninety degrees to. Mode revealing a secondary three point nine inch display underneath it. It's really kind of wonderful when you think about it, you can you can run up on both screen simultaneously. it's all based on this hinge mechanism that was tested over two hundred thousand rotations for five years. So basically, that's five years at one hundred swivels a day which I wonder how many times you would actually swivel per day that's interesting question but I guess they assumed one hundred. So there it is has a thirty two megapixel pop, Selfie, Camera And if There's your popup selfie camera. I do love good pop up camera there it is and if you feel like you have to have this. You'd better be verizon customers because it's give me on verizon first and then. Later this fall no US pricing yet. But in Europe the pricing is around one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine euros. So you can do the math and figure out what that would be dollars which we can do right now we want just to give some sort of sense of to USD. Thank you Google that would be about thirteen, hundred USD. So essentially, you could get, you could get the. Microsoft surface duo or the LG. Wing give or take one hundred bucks. That's kind of the world that we're in right now who are going to try and keep it at that price or if it will be will cheaper or maybe it's subsidized through verizon or whatnot but listen no one will have a phone that looks like your phone if you get the. I'll tell you that right now.
"jisr" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yes one in front of a Lexus is burrito place degree fried beans by the that's where I'm going when it's yes J. yum John quote of the show worst place Devin dews commercial by this the usually for seasons of anything or in the bathroom you're crying and sad generally what do you have to go do something down there Jisr Warren while the mom water he can see it in the bad part about these commercials for doing this all we wanted this was during prime time in the eighties all I want to do is watch Kane Alli can I please do that because I walked to put up with that like what is that why didn't they day part those to just during days of our lives and that's all you have to remember mystical magical kingdom for us we're just we're not ready for that the goal actually called yeah I I need some help about any morality it's a Stephen King novel by it is Girolami S. teve if you're lucky yeah.
"jisr" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Was like bloody inside of it you know from the phone I was like like on Monday and we really fresh and was fantastic to me this is Brian and that's a good liver sort of Casper a road about at least ten years ago and for this many years so we have it down to a science the best team I've ever made she came on our radios thanksgiving and it was like I couldn't even talk I was of a client isn't it wonderful to hear I was really sweet the conference is the way she is on the radio like when she was in the room there on her show is the refusal for sure exactly the same person and she was extraordinary no no no no this is this is in real life thanks no not really good in getting geared up for a you know a lot of parties are going to be happening cookie exchanges company pays everything seven what do you think we should be thinking about for something exciting new twists old Jisr told official cooking because were publishing the results of our seventeenth annual holiday cooking contest on Thursday if this Thursday the insert from the Bozeman tying I love it because there is some cookies and here are from around the world and that was just the same but have you ever heard of this one doesn't turn.
"jisr" Discussed on Harmontown
"Is it may be the `ISMs will work like maybe we can make finding socialism that works communism that works capitalism that were little Elon Musk Chisholm. Maybe JR is always works. Baby always worked pop. Those must believe don't wait you save don't pop the balloons or there to protect them for the vacuum of space but now the balloons air your bike balloon. If you don't want to form a lethal come cloud around the earth it'll instantly disperse in a spherical pattern. It'll block block your vitamin D. You're one of those messages hoarders that wants to keep it in the balloon. I'm I'm saying let's dispersed. It must just hear a party man but we're thinking about the end of the world you gotta get those Jisr Balloons Down in your bunker way special occasion hop those just balloons right now but that's I think there's a that's the city you guys deflected. You guys want to keep. That's your problem Donkin. You want you want to keep the ges inside the balloon sure it's because it came. I'm from Yuan Musk's Dick. What if you had Tom Jisr I would? I would pop that balloon have made the worst mistake year life. You'RE GONNA pop your team that wants to hoard just this balloons of geniuses and you wanna Hort genius jazz and Balloon. I would like the woolly mammoth to come back right but you keep it in a balloon and not not wouldn't you palm of putting Elon. Musk's JR is in a balloon in launching into space is not so that surrounds the Earth Eline can surround the earth with Jisr from home we need to get his Jr is out of orbit where it can pop around Venus so you want to pop the bill island eventually well the balloon. I hope we will pop okay. That's that's all I'm saying but you WANNA be once I didn't it starts raining Musk Jisr. I wanted to rain genius Jizzle over my face. This podcast is uh-huh you've been you've been living in your own paradise this whole time. You're soaking wet baby..
"jisr" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Ladies and gentlemen. This is unconfirmed because the most important air area of the Normandy peninsula have been white thout now, I presume, that means white doubt five Alon as you may have heard earlier broadcast, German news agencies. These stories of the invasions here, but there is no allied information yet. The report came out shortly after midnight. And since then we've been wanted with reports from Berlin Paris radio, strangely enough has not confirmed any of these reforms, to bed CNN wasn't around then to get it wrong and lied to us about what was happening. But there around now. They're up to the task by the weight. Nanny Pelosi is over there. Jisr at Normandy. I wonder if she took a separate government aircraft, probably because she's very concerned about global warming and climate change, and the rising oceans, but, but not that concern. It's all a matter of degrees. feB thursday. It is June six. The day. The Normandy invasion, operation overlord, the liberation of Europe. Who did we take it from the national Socialist Workers Party of Germany? There were murdering an enslaving everyone.
"jisr" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"Clearly like, there's nothing in the missile. Just like there's nothing any balls just outside of your stupid fucking missiles cut the shit. What on sweatpants take your thimble big off? Okay. We know you fucking tiny little dick. So the North Korea saying this is nothing more than a test for military purposes. But they know everyone knows everyone knows it's all about Kim trying to send Trump a message. And he just doesn't understand that Trump cannot be bothered and doesn't give up. I also want to use one word here. Yes. Men. Exactly also if Trump were able to deal with subtleties on any level. I mean, what has what has he ever done? That makes you think he doesn't need to be told something directly like the guy's not hearing any messages, all you simply have to do is just tell him directly, and he'll believe you. And those a why can't any of these people who are leaders of countries men get in a room and just go, look, here's what's up. Okay. Here's what we need. I'm just like not interested in peace. So unlike interested in line, just killing people and stuff and just like fucking doing it. Okay. I'm gonna go on maternity. I'm gonna fucking kill people. I don't care if this are. That's what I'm about. Okay. My family meet boom, boom, then jumping go. Okay. Well, we're going to figure out a way to kill you. And he went to are you going to starve your own people or mind, and he's going to go. I'm just going to treat North Koreans like shit, and he's gonna okay cool. See I should like he's a great leader. He keeps his people in line, very slim. So basically, they don't care the Trump Hadman. Situation. Doesn't care. Our secretary of state Mike Pompeo, basically said that he said they don't care. He said as long as they're not testing intercontinental ballistic missiles, which means they can get all the way to America and we'll deliver nuclear weapons, then the Trump administration is. Not paying attention. And by the way, that's because Trump is distracted with Iran, and he has all his consequential intercontinental ballistic Jisr pointing in that direction. Right. Which is interesting. Let's just remember if I may know, this is just allegedly. But where do you think Putin is you think he's just sitting back wondering what's going on with everyone? No, I'm quite sure he's got his hands in North Korea, and Iran and China and China. Yeah. This all has Putin written all over it. So now on to Iran. I'm going to say, Iran. I know I like saying Iran know, I mean, I just have to Iran Iraq. So. Right before we left for Asia American tensions with Iran. We're ramping up. Okay. In a move that the Trump administration called, and this is real a maximum pressure campaign. I mean, okay. So you'll remember was it last year. It was twenty eight teen. We're Trump pulled out of the nuclear race Obama had made some kind of nuclear agreement with Iran where they weren't going to test. We were kind of deal where they were going to stop building nuclear weapons and testing and stop their program. Right. And we would ease up the sanctions so Iran could start to have a bit of a chance to kind of come back to life because their economies in the toilet yet. So that's what the deal Obama made the minute. Trump got in there. He was like we're out because he's got some plan with oil, and whatever book is planet..
Thousands rally in Turin in favor of Italy's Salvini
"Now full coming. European elections will present contrasting visions a populous leads Europe versus a liberal union. One of the most influential populist voices is that of Italy's interior minister Matteo Salvini who is also the leader of the far right league party Italy. Correspondent James Reynolds went to Salvini rally in the small town Neetu. Company to of course by. Mr salvini. Thanks crowd and jokes that the real fascists in Italy him and his supporters, but that liberal opponents, and there's some noise from the back. What's happening? Jisr come from a small group of hecklers his rage him. CNBC patient. Those protesters one good person this quirk, I'll get angry like a b. Okay. Jay. The hecklers leave and Matteo Salvini goes onto his most reliable applause lines attacks against illegal migrants. And also European Union rules, I approached Mr. Salvini after his speech. Midst to be open and give work to young people, and it must be closed to criminals and extremists. Here's year. Will it be macro Salvini? I asked him back. Presents the old the Europe. Banks international finance fear, poverty. We went to Europe that guarantees the right to work for everyone as he was supposed to do. He's calling. The contest equally also plays out right here in this giant pavilion, which is staging terrains international book festival. The city's mayor cat up and Dino from the populist five-star movements throughout a publishing house with links to the foul, right? Among eight spokes as a collection of interviews with Mahto Salvini. I spoke to the man how do you deal with the facts? That's when people think of at the moment, although there's a coalition government. They think of Mata Salvini anyone else. Obviously, though Salvini is very strong in the communication part. But he does not represent the government alone. Obviously, there's also the five star movement with Rigetti Maya. And so we are doing our best, and we have certain things for carrying out such as that answer, Chester, universal income. And I think that's also a matter an issue for Europe. Also at the fat is French author Bouna Guetta in this European election. He standing as a candidate for Emmanuel McCall's movement. That's makes Salvini his main continental opponents. Busy cly meth use Leany would like to come back to the Europe of the nineteenth century mid-nineteenth century. Yes. Actually at the end of the day. As usual. He says he doesn't. He won't bow those, and we know by easterly what he's the results of boarders and old style Europe. It's what. But at the pro Salvini rally outside Sheeran. No one is interested in that kind of talk. Is the future? What you think about Salvini love Salvini? Why I'm so proud men because he saved a. Yeah. He says he locks the selfie taking portion of Salvini rally lost at least twice as long as his campaign speech. The man who's made his name calling for borders and barriers may also be a lease most accessible.
LG gets around foldable trend with second-screen attachment (The 3:59, Ep.509)
"Welcome to the three fifty nine. Roger Chang, I'm Joanie salesman. Samsung may be holding its big galaxy S ten launch ahead of mobile congress. But the Barcelo trade show, we'll still have some heavy hitters particularly with LG reported last night that it's getting to go big at the show with multiple phone launches including one with this unique second screen tach -ment this el-jisr way of getting around this whole foldable phone trend that everyone else is trying to jump in on clear. The foldable phone is quite ready. So they've got this. Optional tach -ment which is supposed to double the screen size of your phone. Explain to me what this actually supposed to look like, I don't really understand. How look like. Like only that that, you know, there was some rumors that LG was going to launch a foldable phone. That's not true. It's going to be an attachment. We've seen attachments, like the Motorola mod that's on the screen right now. That's just to the back and gives you things like battery life this. I'm assuming this attached on the side of the top and enlarge the display size. Right. And I was described to me sort of a case with a screen, which I I'm still trying to get my head wrapped around but Kudo soldier for trying. Something different. I don't know if people buy, but it's definitely different. It's not the only phone though, they did say a multiple devices will be rolled out. So I suspect will have a more conventional looking phone as their their big hall in ges. They did that for years ago with the G five the hell is like little chin, basically, basically would change it with different tach moments like, a grip or whatever. And it was not just Chan's failure. Yeah. I'm sure they're they're trying to hedge their bets a little bit. About Netflix and that price hike freaking out about day. How much more we're gonna pay? So it depends on what tier you have. But you're going to be paying at least a dollar more their basic plan. The the bottom baseman bargain priced plan is going up for the first time since it launched basically that's going up one dollar, but most people have the mid tier hydro plants. Those are the ones that let you stream on multiple devices at like higher levels of image quality, either hide effort alter high def those are both going up two dollars each when I heard the news. I got I got angry soul-searching, I really need that. And then I continue to steal my brother's account. So in the. Oh, so so it really doesn't affect me at all. And then flicks has its earnings tonight. We're getting a little bit more insights hoping. So like this announcement came out just this week. Right ahead of their earnings, which is kind of unusual for it to happen. I'm hoping that we'll get more information about why now especially because three months ago, they were they were kind of big about they definitely were not signaling was going to be coming soon. And it's also happening at a faster rate than previous hikes have happened. They would say, hey, we're gonna be raising prices the price. Raise is going to start for existing members in like six months or a year. And these are kind of rolling out over the next couple months. Pretty quickly is just the price for all the content. That's partly it. I mean, they'll be making more money into off of each individual user. They're still going to have to keep as they haven't doing long time going and getting tons and tons of debt because they even this increase isn't gonna it's just going to be making a dense in the amounts that they're spending. All right. Lastly, apple CEO, Tim cook is out public once again calling for more. Z rights for consumers. The company has hit on numerous occasions. This time he's calling for actual privacy legislation and for data brokers actually register so they can keep track of your formation. Yeah. You know, a lot of the same stuff apple has a it's attractive story to tell. Yeah. But I don't know. It's it's one of those things where apple also kind of benefits from these other companies that do deal data. So yeah, that'd be a little bit skeptical about this. All right. Four full coverage on CNN Roger Chang, I'm Joanie salsa for listening.
CES 2019: Air Taxis, Wall TVs, 5G Hype, Walking Cars
"This week in Las Vegas, the annual electronics and innovation show. Some called a circuits essentially finds clues about the future. It appears that there are all kinds of Tech Trends on the horizon. Some of them quite weird all of them fascinating here to talk about it all with us. Our tech editors at the journal, we have Brian FitzGerald in the New York podcast studio and Wilson Rothman joining us via Skype, welcome. Thank you. So I mean, there's so much to get into. It's always a big deal every year. This year seems extra crazy. I'm sure we also that every year because really on everyone's mind is five G hype. I know it's not punk rock to think five G is cool just yet because that. Because we're not quite there yet. Right. Everyone thinks we're there, but we're not really is C E S validation of this defined five, gene. No kidding. Is it nobody can actually a student at its Oriel wisdom there from Wilson. We highlighted to five jihad spots both of them in terms of that definition thing operated on this higher frequency really high frequency wavelength that these new hotspots and routers, can do so we had one that's a mobile hotspot kind of what we used to call my five, and it takes that signal and turns it into wifi. That are regular are devices right now can use because none of our devices can get on this crazy high frequency stuff and the other thing, it's a home gateway. Right. So five G, even though it's a wireless technology. It's actually aimed at the home initially because I think frankly, it's easier to make sure homes get coverage. Stop you first second because Fitzy is in here. I he pantomime d- hanging himself with his high as you were good. So I'd love to I got the signal. So take it away. Go ahead. Ahead. That was spoken. That was not public. I is my digital sherpa when it comes to see ES might my meeting with five G is that you know, the technology is not there for the consumer yet. But like a lot of technologies the hardware devices are gonna gonna gonna rive on people's, you know, in immagination, and not these conferences and trade shows. Well, ahead of the actual, you know, either Ben with or technology being there for people to use them. And so, you know, my question for you Wilson was there anything like immediately usable for people that should they should take away from CBS. Like, what's the first good use of five G that CPS told us? I mean, the first thing that anyone should do before buying anything is to check their carriers coverage map. Now, you go. Because honestly, there's like three cities maybe that have AT and T there's like two cities maybe that have rise. And right now, I mean, it's it's really not a lot. And there's a lot of promise. But the city maps are what we're really looking at. And of course, as everyone who's ever carried a cell phone knows even when your city is. Quote, covered your house may be completely in the dark. That's right. So. I don't even. Yeah. Obviously, that's really it. Again. I want to you you mentioned moving around or drinker. Kind of I don't know that brought me to a segue toying with about automative stuff because I really want to do is talk about the air taxi is what it comes down to automotive. There's so many things happening by way of advancements in car TEK. But when I saw the drone lake helicopter that they're saying could be held as an Uber. Not in the to just what do you think about this? What is to be said about this? Are we ready for the Jetsons? I mean, this is a heck's copter. Really looks like a toy drone only it can fit. I think four passengers pilot. I thought it was when I saw the picture drone, right? No. And it's a full-size. It's an air. It's an air taxi. It's called the bell nexus. But the thing is they say twenty twenty mid twenty twenties, which I always add five years to what? I'm like, okay. If the people hyping it say mid twenty twenties, then it's going to be twenty thirty before. And also to me, it's like, okay. Once you get all that sort it out, especially with the FAA. Hello what we're talking is. It still just going to be like the owner of our corporation and some other owners of corporations that are taking these air-taxis. I still don't see myself like paying the Uber driver and giving him the tip for an air taxi. Right. Just kind of Kinda kinda. see myself doing. Dreams. Right. I love to. I gotta get up town, right? Who wants to take a cab? But you know, it's not someone's going to have this thing land on their lawn. They're going to drop them on six to new in New York. Like, you're gonna have to build up places for them the land. And if it's going to be rooftops and make it safe it cetera et cetera. Again, loop back in the regulators. So the Perv as of these technologies need to say, it sooner than you think. Whatever you think might mean. But you're right that whatever number you have in your head, whatever date just add five years, and that's probably even optimistic. Let's move onto ground transportation. Because some wacky stuff is happening in that arena scared. I'm aired. Yeah. No. You know, like, you know, so tiny I sit next to Wilson at work. And you know, he taps me on the shoulder. I just see like a walking robot rescue automated vehicle, and I just looked at my said, we're doomed, you know, it's like one of many that are just gonna eventually rise up and take over take over humanity scares me a little bit more. But Wilson what's a car? It's a Hyundai Hyundai elevate. Unlike other cars its wheels are built at the end. Of legs that can articulate like a robot. So you got kinda joints and a swivel. So you see these videos of this thing taking its way through rubble after you know, some sort of cataclysmic disaster. It's like, you know, once we do ourselves in the human race. These things are going to be there to clean up for us. I guess it's the message. But I mean, really simple example, what the one we used in the paper could back up to the top of Brownstone of the steps of a building. In other words, and pick up someone who otherwise couldn't get up and down the steps. So it's like a whole new way of thinking about just getting around town to let's talk TV's. I really want a lot of these TV's that I saw in the shape of walls in the roll up and down. They do all the things that I've been waiting for them to do. It seems like a really good year for TV's. It's a good year for like flagship sort of almost prototype TV's that are sort of going to be sold to people as rich as Jeff panther thing. It's a good year for the. Direction of TV's to finally like what is he going in the new direction that we've been promised for so many years definitely going there now. Well, what was what was to you? You know, observing everything that happened. Yes. What was the best TV technology? We've heard about lead for a long time. And one of the key characteristics of lead was didn't need a sheet of glass too. You know, Elliott LCD the the normal TV technology. We're very used to it in our homes now that needs sheet of glass, whereas Ola doesn't okay? I don't wanna get into much explanation there, but it doesn't and that's why what you saw coming to market for the first time is el-jisr signature lead. TV are in stands for roll -able. It's got this big speaker box at the bottom of it. And basically the TV I'm not kidding rolls up inside the speaker box. The iphone is not Pro Bowl. Right. Just the iphone ten or is not reliable. The ten are is not rolling. The are there stands for reduce. Expectations. Okay. But that's a different podcast altogether. So so yes, so this role TV's amazing. And that's what led Oleg promise. Like, I'm telling you. I wrote about something in I wanna say two thousand three two thousand four about. And that was the promise even that was flexible material, you don't have to you know, it doesn't have to be rigid, and it can be wearable. It can be spent in all different directions. Samsung is going to bring out a full full phone in the coming months. Right. And so what you're saying resonates write this stuff, which which has been, you know, we've talked about for a decade about it's coming, you know, journalists like to think of it in terms of foldable foldable screen newspapers. But, you know, the consumer technologies when I'm hearing from you is that they're they're they're getting there before we go because it can ever be said enough some of the stuff is just ridiculous. So I from both of you had love your favorite. If you have a contender for most ridiculous tech contraption at CS twenty nineteen. What do you think are we'll go? I well, you know, ridiculous is a is a kind of a judgmental word what I found I found something that I thought was horrifying in some ways I found it's basically a hundred and fifty dollars gunfire detector, basically, you treat it like a smoke alarm or or or carbon monoxide alarm that you'd have in your house. Of course, the Mark. Here is really businesses and schools, but still you think about it. It's this little thing that hangs on the wall and can detect gunfire and not only can detect gunfire. It can identify within reason. What kinds of weapons are being fired? Well, I mean, we live in a society where someone can credibly create a gunfire detector for for businesses and schools and that should give us off hot. That's just think about that for a second. Fine. What do you think? So I think the one thing that sort of caught my attention was device that was a wireless charging station. But rather than something you put your phone on? It can still look at it. It's almost like a vase, and you would have to you put your you drop your phone in it. So you conversely charge, but you also can't see your phone anymore. So it's like, it's it's takes it out of sight takes out of mind. And so it's just kind of like in a technology show, glorifying technology. Here's something that we've created for you to be able to hide your technology. Yeah. This is all obviously, very visual. So I encourage centers to check it all out at wsJcom. Slash tech. Editors thank you very much Wilson, Brian. We always love having. Pleasure.
"jisr" Discussed on No Jumper
"Jonah? Latorre soft. This is going to take a weird turn. Now. I kind of like the dickens like when he comes on like kind of just like rhythm lips. You don't want to all the way down your mouth. Why? Taste over Jisr Brown. Come I fucking swallow? It's a low income. Any gallons? To fifteen I'm blow. I didn't know the one with the white guys hated it. The white guys Jisr taste because the why guys because they had to choose them my mouth in like, oh, like the could not spit it out like those a whole point whole time. Yeah. Each guy, netted remote. They're disgusting. They'll just hold it. And you can swallow the end to swallow. We swallowed it. Is the skin. That doesn't fucking distant prize me. But I'm just like, I don't think he'd do it. It was like I felt like you can't do that. Like, I didn't know that you can't do that. Because I felt sick afterwards. Really sick. Like, I was like my pick me up and work. This is a neural day at work. Imagine like pick me up and work in them like laying on the couch, just like them like oh, my stomach hurts so bad. I'm like, you juice because you swallow it all that GE's. Yeah. So now, you try not to do that. I feel like maybe after that blue being just like, no more Jews eat something in the puke, and you never wanna eat that thing. Again, I wanted to peaks, but so white come taste different than by comer is pretty much the same. We need to know. I think it's what you eat. But like all like all the buggies drinking that day nearly smoking backwards shit. So it takes taste the backwards in the thing real. Trussell? Whoa. Massive pause. Tell you that back. No, one time one of the first porn stars who with her mouth. She says. Wow. You come doesn't taste like McDonald's. Like all the guys I work with and that just made me start thinking all these porn eating McDonalds Comtesse dolls thing. And there's all these different things on the menu at McDonald's vegan. What the folks he's doing? But McDonald's, I don't know. You're. Tastes like fast food tasting in tasted like battery acid. Serious. Disease or something. STD long leg. Like, I don't even know that tastes like this assuming hot. He's about the pedialyte thing. What is? The p. Fish, and he does have actually. Laughing. Oh, okay. I scored ding. Yeah. So like this squirting scenes, like switches like pissing scenes, tell us about sport, most courting. Okay. Telling you the best square. She's pissing on you. Right. I don't care who she is for. Okay. Listen. I believe that in my life. I've definitely like girls have scored was on such repeating. No. It's b but I feel like they are having like uncontrollable, asthmatic esque reaction. I totally dickering fishing near bladder while you fuck them in like when you pull out sometimes like it will just be like teeth. I really feel like that needs to be examined by the scientific research. It's p p p p p p now if you think pedialyte is getting tastes really sweet. Really really sweet I've done for you. So it's like, you're just having Fanta just rain down on you. Yeah. Sweet. Sweet. Is it like sweet like what a Cooley compared to drink? Like, let's aging a shabby pedialyte taste like Sherry pedia. But how gross it having a girl squirt on your face and his actually just pissed and you're just didn't blast in the face by Ps weird or sometimes like if depending on the situation the girl is tips, respectful. Yeah. I feel like a lot of things that happen in the context of porno pretty disrespectful. If you remove it from the porn context. But it's like I feel like porn is like wrestling where there's like a rest to wrestlers can be interesting match. Obviously outcome is stage like they know who's supposed to win and stuff..
"jisr" Discussed on Developer Tea
"I wanna get into that. But I love you to share. Maybe a moment that you felt was a dark moment for you. Or a a huge failure. Maybe a moment of uncertainty. Take us back to that moment. And explain kind of. How you were feeling. And in a what happened to put you there? So there was a startup I worked on few years ago before velocity. That was grueling. Absolutely grueling just wake up till I go to bed Monday to Sunday. And I I was committed because there is a little bit investor money, and they were my friends. I don't want them down. And everyone thought so highly of the idea so is this little concoction of ego on the line and reputation on the line and also believe strongly idea. So as head Sean about it, and it completely and utterly bombed in the most disasters of ways like it was gaining some traction was mildly successful everything went wrong at once. And I thought to myself I'm twenty three twenty four and this is the. Fourth may be fifth idea. I've been chewing on since I was like sixteen that I took very seriously that just failed as a startup, and I think part of what's. Was such a clear signal in getting good growth marketing, while working on growing velocity was the realization that the missing greedy that entire time was the growth experience. I was building a startup in a vacuum a divorce in reality of if you don't grow. If you don't have the methodology for growing, you don't know any tactics to grow you are default dead. As Paul Graham would say, so I realized pretty clearly during the law city that I now had the skills to go and build something and drastically de risk at this time around and that was very impounding. There's actually interesting conundrum where after doing growth marketing, professionally in the form of my agency bell curve for you know, twenty five companies over many it's been so far last couple years. I've been getting very good at it and increasing my confidence. And now I have so much transparency into what works and what doesn't that? It's this analysis paralysis where I'm like, I could I know how to make this this this and this all succeed to varying degrees. What's the expected value, and what has the highest upside? And I it's just I don't know what to do. And so part of the fun over the last few months has been working. With my team to isolate the best ideas. And now this growth agency, which first and foremost was created to help companies grow. Meaning we we become their resident VP of growth and run all their ads AB test all their stuff fix all the leaks in their so called funnel, which we can get into. And we we started with that. And now, we're slowly pivoting into other things one of which is training people. How to do that themselves and the others building our own stuff. So this whole journey of Jisr repeated startup failures never get anywhere with them is about to come full circle because we are out to start on a couple of ideas that we feel are highly de risked because we know what is likely to succeed or fail when acquiring customers. Profitably very interesting. And so I assume that we're going to have to wait to hear about those about those ideas. Yeah. A little bit one is out. So far, which is really fun to do to work on because it's way more emotionally rewarding than running ads for startup, which is like I mentioned a moment ago training people to be as good as we are at growth, we we took six months. So emerged my mind. My love for writing Jillian dot com and my knowledge of growth bell.
"jisr" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast
"Lot of emoji market exposure plus local companies know the woods global equity solution to accessing emerging market opportunity. Now related to this, I know is something the capitals called the new breed of global company as a phrase which people understand what do we mean by that and what's it significance for how we think. About investing? Well, the new breed of companies was really to take this concept of companies that do a lot of business outside of the home markets get a little bit more extra wit and wisdom. And so if you remember just after the elections here in the US discussion about a border adjustment tax, in other words, goods coming in from outside, the United States would have a tariff and we spoke to a number of companies outside the US that manufactured goods or sold services into the US. And those that we'd invested in new perspective typically had a response, which was we have our facilities where they ought today because they reflect the reality of today, but we have a plan. If this happens, we can easily shift production into say the United States, which cost was the idea behind the border adjustment tax. It will probably hurt our margins initially. But eventually we will simply have shifted all supply chain. Because although we going through some trade disputes or even a trade war now, new perspectives seem quite a lot of these in its forty five years. And what we've noticed is this new breed of companies tend to be a little bit more nimble, a little bit more agile and have the capability of Justin to how taxation policy tariff policy shifts around them. What would be a few examples you might mention of these this, debris of global company, knowing that that doesn't amount to a recommendation to? Yeah, by in this context at all, what? What are some examples to give folks feel? Well, the one that leaves the mind is Taiwan's semi. So Taiwan Semiconductor is one of the manufacturers of logic chips. So cutting edge chips that go into most things from your phone to a a server in the cloud. And back in the day they would. They were very successful business. They would plough all of their free cash flow back into building another fab or another factory. Do some logic. Chips. And over the years, they've understood capital allocation better. They don't just pull money back into new capacity. They pay out free cash flow in terms of rising dividend, much more disciplined. They've been helped by the structure of the industry where we've seen a tremendous amount of consolidation and also by the Dimond has gone from kind of cell phones and computers to cell phones. Computers calls for Jisr service cetera, right. And they are one of those companies that have been able to benefit from all least adapt to changing regimes and regulations in Taiwan and China potentially in the United States..
Breaking down the Pixel 3, Pixel Slate and Home Hub (The 3:59, Ep. 471)
"Through fifty nine. I'm under Jiang and with me, our special guest, Dan Ackerman and just Doku art alot. Google had a busy day adding three new prostitutes harbor family style straight into the pixel three first chess, what stood out most for you? What stood out as really the lack of what stood out and this is definitely the most refined of all the pixel devices. It looks kind of the same. The Spar shrunk on the back a little bit that glossy like they called the two tone? Yes, colors are pretty neutral. It of looks more like an iphone. It's running the Android operating system, the latest one which is Android pie. So that's really interesting to see. Because of course, pixel represents Google's vision for what an Android phone really should be at its best. So it is interesting to see that there. I have some problems with the operating system. One thing that's notables there are two cameras on the front. Yes, in a taking a leaf out of el-jisr playback and that. So you can take like group self as we took when last night that actually had thirteen people in it. So. It works notably is that there is one camera lens on the back when you buy companies like LG and ralway that are putting three cameras on the back. So I'd say what we're looking at is a refined duration. It's caught the hardware specs that you expect for a flagship phone, but there's not that one killer feature or someone saved maybe a gimmick. Those interesting to me that the the larger XL was the only one with the notch and they kept with the standard. The standard smartphone designed for the small version. Is it because they're made by two different manufacturers again, like they were last year on who's making these two. Well, it should be there in house team. They brought over from HTC as part of that deal last year was what they, she c l g I talked to them about the hardware built, and they said it was just a matter of not being able to fit the components into the smaller version and making the notch look, fine. Look, you know work, I guess, because if you notice the notch on the bigger phone, it's a lot bigger than some the other notch is out there. So the reason why is because it's making room for those two front facing cameras? Exactly. Still like three d. face sicker face in like unlock the iphone house. All right. Moving onto the pixel sleigh which is kind of like a surface chrome OS powered even has an expensive keyboard accessory, Dan, would you think it's a Chromebook meets surface pro from Microsoft. They had an expensive thing last year. The pixel book, which was very nice high end Chromebook, but high end Chromebook is a bit of an oxymoron. People think of those cheap laptops, but give you could. A case for one. The problem with this guy is it's it's the slate, and then you click on the keyboard, but just like the surface just like the ipad pro, they show it to you. If the keyboard writing, they give you a price, but then you gotta buy the keyboard separately, like two hundred dollars. That's crazy. It's a keyboard when you out at all together, we've got even like nine hundred dollars. Yeah. Sixteen hundred. You're paying eighteen hundred dollars surfaces. The same problem for Microsoft. But if this thing is starts at six, the keyboard is to it's a thirty three to one third premium to add the keyboard hundred bucks a style is I don't know why Stein loses from everybody. One hundred dollars seems crazy to me. All right. Lastly, there was the home hob. We saw just saw the Facebook portal as well as the echo show come out two weeks ago, those two touted video chat as a core service. But this one interestingly has has no camera. I'm just curious what you guys thought about, say you can put one in the bathroom, right? Yes, that's true. In the future devices that don't have cameras that's going to become bullet point feature. No camera because no one actually enjoys video chatting. I think something we talk about love. One person on my my tablet can move around and we still have laptops. So people still use Skype. I think what's interesting about it as of course that it's bringing Google services into the home in a way that obviously is meant to destabilize Amazon and the big wins that Amazon his, you know, one so far, the gains they've made, I want to do. To do less than talk to you on the phone is video chat with people. There you go for full coverage, all things go chick sound seen it. I'm under Jane. Jessica Belcourt Dan. Listening.
"jisr" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"He's like, I'm surprised by how good it is. And to me, that's gross. I'm never watching this video don't because I think it's gross and not because he's gay. Because the question I wanted to get to is because like since he's gay, right? Like to us, if you drink Jisr were like, all right, that's kinda get. Yeah, you know. But if you're a gay guy and you're drinking Jisr and it's your own judges. Like I, I mean, I can't really figure out all the gay math, but I think it kind of cancels out and it's not weird. No, either that or it's super gay. I don't think so. Is it like, is it so gay that it's not good? No, no, no. I think it's, I think it's just 'cause like gay dudes taste GIS? It happens. Yeah, par love making baby far. Love me. You know what I'm saying? If you're if you're a gated, you're not tasting ges too, so can loads taste to taste and tells back to the tolls with you. Geez. Jeez. Everything about you. So if if you're tasting jizzle the time, okay. Then having your own ges doesn't seem like a big deal. No, it's like looking at your own blood, probably. That's disgusting. Have you ever cut your finger and like, no, you never done that? No, I hate that. Maybe more than Jin Yu frayed of blood. I'm not afraid of blood, but like it's it's gross till you've never cut your finger have been. Why would I do that? Because you don't have you don't have abandoned, you never never got caught playing ball or something. Let that bitch bleed. It looks fire it does. I love that trip down my arm. Another. You. In fine. Another man thing, let it bleed. Just stick like my shirt on it or something. I don't know. I don't know. It was a weird kid drink jizzle, taste blood to you. No, but it's been no, but seriously like that was that was that was gross. I mean, just as gross to me to me to me like I like, but we're in the minority here because I think gay dudes are like it's fine because they do it and and women do it. Well, some of them will most. I think most of them, I don't know. I would say I would say most of them don't. Most of them don't. Yeah, I don't think they like it. I wouldn't like it. Well, I don't like it. What I'm saying is there's there's women and there's gay dudes, and then they're straight dudes. So it's like we're in the minority here. I'm sticking to my guns during the lowest percentage of come tasers. Yeah, I think I don't think it's good. No, I don't think anyone thinks it's good though. We got ASA beer. We gotta ask also. I want to ask her to like, have you ever done like a porn and a guy just like blasted the worst load ever. This is getting crazy now. Yeah, skin a little while tomato and like, I don't know where to go from here to keep that keep what like that cut or do they have to bring in like a stunt ges. Where you're like. All right. Do you smoke ten packs of cigarettes? It's like bringing the lefties site? Yeah, come on. Bring them in because this is ridiculous. Pete sky had Wendy's. You believe this day before she was guy, Wendy's silverside..
"jisr" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"I trimmed it up for the summer, a pop, I have long nipple hairs to you got to shave them dog how to shave my nips, just clip them clip on what it what a nail clipper notices her with a scissor up. Takes seconds, no way. You probably have like six diplomats account. Don't look at me. Right now, there's a good amount here. Do the clip. There's more than I thought. Wow. And now. See right now they're all folded like, you know, when people make crop circles and they just kind of like pushed down the wheat yet whatever the fuck. That's what it looks like that. But sometimes I wake up in the morning and I'm not wearing a shirt him be like in bed, the come out looking like, oh. Number bratz, doll. Nipples have bedhead. Yeah, exactly. That's sterile. Will you fucking told me I had hair my ears. Remember what you have. You had a lot of hair. It was nuts happened. No one's ever told me that I bought that trimmer and this stuff came right out one is everyone anyone like that closer ears, I guess, who's getting that close? There's no reason to be that close to an ear shrew. No one tell secrets anymore. How often do you take your ear wax out? Probably not as much as I should I. I've been doing it more recently. I definitely hear better. But I heard you're not supposed to use q. tips as bad for you. I heard that too, but fuck that. I would never do that candle shit where they poured in what they pour like wax into your ear, and then they pull it out and it takes like mad earwax out. I'm good. I'm good on them. Good. You know, my dad used to clear his ears out with car keys. Oh, that's a, that's a real thing. That's a man. He would just be like this like that. Can I give you the keys? So I can start the car and he's got him in his fucking ear. Have you ever tasted your wax. No, never how accident I accident when my sucking on someone's ear. No, I put my finger in my ear. I've done this before I've gone the bite my nails and I've bitten to earwax I don't. I'm not one of my mouth guy. You. You don't bite your nails now. I don't buy my nails nails. That's why I washed my hands at crazy. I wash my hands a lot, but I, by the way, you taste earwax. What's that like disgusting? Is it worse than Jisr? Never taste the Jews question. Does like that question. When you were younger, it's like, do your parents know you're gay. Like no. Oh, so you are. They just don't know yet. There's no right answer to your if your hands bigger than your face your genius, slap your hand. You fucking idiot. I'm an asshole, but no, I've never tasted Jisr kids at create. Create a taste. Your own is a gated tastes you on just. It's just gross. I think it's gross. It's definitely gross. Jesus gross. It's just weird that our body has capabilities or be stuff out of nowhere, shoot and shoot different liquids out of our Dicks. And yeah, what is this? It's like those things in a bar is like, you want cope. You want Pepsi. What do you want? It's like, how the fuck can we do that? We're the my body goes now now pay shoot the gooey stuff. Yeah. No, no, not this. We'll do this stuff now. Yeah. Who's inside they're doing this directing traffic in there. You know what I mean? And also like just hit. He's just make milk. I know girls can produce milk p. poop skirt. They got a whole lot of stuff in there. They got an arsenal in their Hellier the fucking Swiss army knife fluids. All right. Before we move on, let's.
"jisr" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"You've heard of ancestry dot com. These are the things where people spit in a in a cop, they get a letter with their background is where they've come from, and here's the thing that's happening. Now, police are getting your DNA and they're painting crimes on you. Yeah, that's happening. They caught the Golden State killer where you think the golden say killer did not do it. You think it's, I mean, you don't know deal, you know. At one murder. Let okay. Yes, you and they really thirteen thirteen. No seat boy. Yeah, so so you you believe that police are police force out there is pinning crimes on how often do you think this happens every day? There's in the banks. Those, you know, the spit banks. Oh, I see. And they were going to banks looking for Bank robbers mill. I wish it's such a problem in their guys go to the banks go to the places that are being robbed if you just had policemen out there every day, no one would get robbed. Right? Doing Gotham. Yes, exactly. So I actually discovered that I have the ability if I have someone's, let's say, I call a gist, you might call it. Okay, I if I tasted that the technical term Jisr well, I guess you could be even more medical. Does that why did go to medical school for one day on the first day they're like, guys, let's put this all the rest. It's jig. I think they said, yeah, and I was like, I don't need to learn anymore. Check please. And they give you a check. So what you just paid your tuition right for the whole year. He walked out for all four years. Oh my God. You paid for all three years. I can't work at a hospital. I've tried. Oh my gosh. But a so now he's now what are you saying that you might taste Jisr? Oh, my goodness. Okay. I can tell you where you're from. Okay. Tell you what your nationality is. Okay. And I can tell you what your background is. So this is sort of like Henry Higgins in my fair lady would be able to hear your accent and narrow it down to a square block city block of where where you were from the Jisr in Spain, stays name mainly on the plane of kids. Okay. Com. Oh, well, that's I mean I always come to Scott my business names. He's the best for this or you want me to name a good name? Okay. Okay. Okay. Something where you come from..
"jisr" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"Because I do I like it though in my mom says the girls are coming over. I'm like, they're all seventy you're going to play bridge that I like the she calls them that. I like, ladies I like calling people lady. Hey, lady. Yeah. Say lady Ella too. Yeah. I like the ladies are coming over the see that almost sounds like the. I wish there was another word that wasn't 'cause women doesn't actually work at a lot of those two women are coming over sounds awful. That's yeah. The gals the cows. Oh, that's great actually great. Oh, yes. I'm just a gal. I mean, that's the thing is like a women woman always felt it's just not sexy. And even though that's just part of it like, this is going to be my small change that I that the one small change that I make is going to be that. Because that that chapter was like hit home where I was like, I do that. You know? I I don't wanna be. I mean, I love when like a younger guy will be like, ma'am to me. Like that gets me. I will get wet from that. I'm like, yeah. That's right. But my mother-in-law now it's called Deary, and she hates it. Because it's what you p. She's like, oh now, I'm a Deary. Now. I'm an old fragile lady. So if you call her girl, she probably be like, yes. Yeah. Well, and of course, but that's I also think that that's not empowering. So it it it's not playing into like, you know. Yeah. Youth is a currency and. That's going to be my small because I 'cause I feed into that. You know what I mean? And it makes me fucking feel bad about myself as age people used it as if people use boy in the same way, I probably wouldn't be I was upset about it. But it just has it's so loaded. Yeah. Boy is like loaded in two ways. Right. Well, bad loaded, which is loaded. Bad boys are load of it. Like bad girl at it. Does sell to sounds creepy. Oh my God. I give being cooked picture and his Dane Cook's girlfriends like nineteen and they've been together for over a year. So that means they were eighteen when they got together. And I just see that. And I'm like bull. The power dynamic and everything that I don't like about using the word girl is like just personified in that the atr and just the the death grafts onto Jew then. Yeah. Not wanting to seem old and right all of it and getting with someone young and meaningless or not meaningless, which is someone that you're I mean, you're I don't know. Yes. It's why haven't seen this picture, but I do on a center so to all right? Actually, let me save you. And I'll just describe it. Okay. Kirby shopping lane in American history. Oh god. Get it. Never you never forget. But that that's all that. I just want people to realize what that word means. And the context of there yet, I'm not saying you can never use the word girl, but just know insert hind a picture. Oh, yeah. It's disgusting. Do you want to describe it? So it's him and his girlfriend who looks like her his daughter. Oh my gosh. I can't it's it's just me. And are they in a pool there always into pool? I mean, all the way will of Jisr all of her Instagram photos of them. She her body language is very much like don't touch me. Oh my God. It would that really skeeve me out. And he looks like yeah. It's like very daddy. Like holding her in the water. Well, there's so much of that in this book just little little everyday just little tweaks. Yeah. Just tweak just tweak. And it's and it's it's for the like, our collective mindset will change, and we won't fuck and feel bad about getting older. And you know, what I mean because we will care about it won't matter. Yeah, we won't need to drive around corvettes like with a to pay on. You know, exactly just be like, whatever we're getting a minivan. And we don't even have any kids. And we don't care me, ma'am. I think the overall another thing that I wanna like hit home. And I don't know if I did this in the book, but like doesn't matter if people wanna fuck you you should do what you want..
"jisr" Discussed on IoT inc
"You need belief systems more rapidly, a more lively. And you were I was going with this and you kind of touched on it, but the business side of things. So there's the technology, obviously, we need to get that all working working together well, and there's lessons to be learned their let I guess in some cases, if I remember in crackling wrong, sometimes there isn't in customer. Sometimes there isn't, but is there discussion in you kind of briefly mentioned ecosystems read you wanna talk about later, but Israel is there. Is there a discussion on what would be the business model? Because when you do bring in your saying six, seven, eight companies together, some them big, some them small. They're gonna have to share in the revenue in some way, and this is generally going to be the, you know, the function of the ecosystem. So are the business models discuss? Are they tested? Is this part of the of the processors? Is still something that sort of being worked toward. Yes, no is the short answer, which is lovely. Weasley lovely Weasley on her might expect the this is structured Univation from work. Definitely. I'd lines the fuse that you need to be looking at. People are quavered about latte. A lot of the. Of the test proposals people, right? Because it has to go through Xeres of steps within the organization to be approved as as an Irish testbed focus on economic as sisal value. They focus a bit less on this model, but obviously the sponsors of the testbed have their amongst themselves. And that's one of the things that we need to be able to learn in each failed. Understand. So that is definitely a part of the overall structure. What we are in the process of trying to do right now is to get a better handle on. We can help people work their way through. Finding appropriate answer. So for example, we have one group working monetization. We have another group of the looking at building the library of use cases that are involved in this this area as opposed to purely tightening. Once we have a whole series of people that are looking at these different areas in different ways of particularly keen on thinking that sophistication that you need to be able to build your system that applies. Insecurity is no point having high level by felt security for garbage bag, that your company needs to be sophisticated enough to recognize that sort of recognized as Goldington hidden in the bottom of the garbage. That applies also in terms of business models inherited that you think about what you need to do to make money out of this. Because that's a real question. People gathering enormous amounts of data. We don't really know what to do with it. Yeah, yeah. An analytics that would probably step up on level and go data science, which would consist the analytics in the AI being very important components for and that is directly related to them on the monetize ation. But I go back, I stand sorry to interrupt you, but do understand as gap here between the data, the inflation that you get from analyze aches on the hierarchy, you make money out of it. Getting the data allies to produce information. Well, what if mission do you need? Once you understand that you're kinda halfway there. The other Hoffer Jisr information, whereas the cash. Right, right in in kind of the way I describe it is let's value trying to create was information you need to produce to create that value than was the data you need to transform into information to produce that value. And then we get the technology, but that discussion generally makes a lot of sense to have it up front and because it does to a certain extent for an eye for an IOT or is not a product they disci- should be pretty fundamental. It should be pretty much driving most of what you're most of what you're doing technically, because that is what's creating the value. I certainly agree with that. Having grown up as real time that it systems develop her way back when here's a chemical plop, make you work kind of. You certainly do begin with, what's the value? How do I than all the way down to the technology, but that's understand. Also, there is another way of thinking about this which is to go vote of offense of top dancing that you described namely about the state is that our way Khimik money out of it. If I look at this day to interpreted in this way, what what does it tell me?.
"jisr" Discussed on The MFCEO Project
"So part of your job, I think ethically is to look out for their best interests over pushing. That's how you, that's how we learned the business. Right? We didn't. There wasn't like a book that we could pick on. I'm sure for your business and what you guys have done. There's no blueprint. For it. We, you know, we talked about a book earlier that that I'm gonna read that could give me some insight and some direction, but like there's not there's no blueprint to to entrepreneurship, right? You know. So we had to figure it out and I think you know what you know in in when you're managing a client in or an artist in their careers, you're you have a lot of responsibility to them. Right. And I think our first instinct is to be is to protect them. So you know, that's how we kind of started to learn our way through that through the businesses. Like, how do we, how do we protect this artists deals that are that are smart soon as they get going. You got everybody coming out. I can do this for you. I can do that for you. When the truth is nobody can do shit for you, right? Yeah. But it's, it's tough. You know, when you got a weed through, then you've got to weed through the things that are real. How was that? It's tough because it's especially as you as you're getting into it because you don't know the real people. Right. As you know where sitting now, twenty years later, I've got great relationships. I know a lot of, you know, there's six degrees of separation between rhino myself and anybody any opportunity that comes. So it's easy to vet easy to vet folks now, but it certainly wasn't when I was coming in. You know, when I was getting into the game, I brings up a good point though. Man, you know, we always talk about this on the show about being ethical over the course long-term. Like you got a lot of you guys right now in business. You know, you're trying to make dollar today and you're not taking the consideration, your reputation or your name will. If you listen to what j. Jisr said, what he's saying is basically, if right now at point he's in, he's gonna know if you're good or not, but who the fuck knows you? And if they have good things to say about you, you know. And so you know, when you are so young and you're hungry and you want to do this and that you've got to be very conscious of how you do things because that. You can't shake that once you get it, you know what you get labeled. You know, one of those guys that do business with guess what you can't fix it..
"jisr" Discussed on The Bugle
"Reproduce? Can they. One of the problems are Scandinavians tolling birthright in Scandinavia's. Women are happy. It could be more. The men are firing blanks, and they need some Irish men to reverse invade the situation. We're not much to look at all Irish man, but we're up -solutely swimming with you. We are. We are some Jisr heavy men. Science, at least that Samuel Beckett. Well, you're doing in the bucks just seeking. Just got their own little long boats and they're trying to get back. Back over there really right yard. You can make some dirty, which is. Really force knit dirty. It was nothing dirty thought fjords are very navigable. Or were you telling that the monks? Because although they could not, they see, that's the thing that laws of people don't understand is where. They were celebrate. They sell obscene not chastity. Celibacy is you get married. Jesse is you kind of have sex. All of the monks were in fact, very lusty individuals. Day you bring facts here. That was true. I don't think I've ever said a true thing. Fitting in very well on this show under. So. The a huge impact on the country. The extent of the impact of the World Cup run on this country is that a number of British supermarkets have said they will close early on Sunday if England reaches the final and that that was everything in perspective because we do not stop shopping for king anything these days. I mean, all supermarkets would not shot for the apocalypse, frankly, they will be tomato hanging on after the rest of the planet. At ended the four horsemen tap that watches ostentatiously through the window on the stole managed to try to put them off by saying, we've got two for one deal on bags of carrots and sugar. Plums. Maybe a horse would like that you lose here is an important announcement. It seems that none of us know how to brush your teeth probably, but don't panic. Quit is here to save your teeth. Quip is electric toothbrush..
"jisr" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
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