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"johny" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Family. Thanks for the minero family would be my sister. Gandhi my other sister sam. Yeah my other sister uncle johnny. I'm on the sister. Group scotty playing. I don't know scott. He's not even a studio can be good all right. Let's get uncle. Johnny on zoom little stage direction as we start the feud. Okay every. don't start yet. we're gonna get right johnny. Does he have his hair on today. I don't know this is abusive. Miss gotta get really close to alex areas. Hi hi. you're aware. Hi uncle johnny. Well everybody knows how the feud works. We have asked our massive studio audience. Several different questions. Top answers go on the board and obviously the p the team that gets the most points wins the round. We have three rounds. Whoever gets two out of three rounds wins. The game makes sense. Let go i if you ladies lovely all right. One hundred people were polled. Top successors are on the board named something. A mom might ask for on mother's day. Danielle flowers show me flowers over one. And now do you wanna do you wanna play this or do you want to pay. I think we wanna play right. Ladies all right sister named something mom might ask for on mother's day to be left alone. That's that's good. That's good a day left alone. Sam give me a kiss. Don't forget we always have to kiss on his games. Okay name something. A mom might ask for on mother's day. How about for breakfast to be made for her breakfast to be made for her to slave away in the kitchen. Oh that's i think that would be so sorry docked. That wasn't on the list. I'm shocked that was on west coast to mine. No okay well. you'll have to come up with a different answer okay. You got one strike against u. Two more strikes and it goes over to the fellas uncle johnny named something. A mom might ask for on mother's day to be brought out to dinner dinner as good wine. That's good that's good was populism all right daniel okay. My answer mom yup. My answer is jewelry jewelry. Blame simple gun challenging. What might a mom on mother's I'm gonna say quality time with the family. Quality time with the are good answer. I thought they'd wanna get away. But maybe they want some sorry man. It's up to you and keep this game alive. What would a mom ask for. Mother's day i'm gonna say something hand made. Yes my mom's always. Asking for handmade craft cigarette ashtray card mother up to us to steal. It's up to you guys now. We need a communal answer. I said card spot. I would say six. Yes no i tried to. I tried to give that for mother's day last night it was. It was on one of the most obvious money money money money a card spa day. Sounds pretty good. We did say a day off. I don't know if you're thinking about this crap. Oh my she wants to be cooked for going out there. Maybe she like you to cook for. I don't know the restaurant reservation or something like that. We need an answer. All right i'm going to say sex. Good answer good answer. Let's see what bob would rather have. She'd rather have money. Quite sex was missing. That was Money and peace and quiet saying it's really kind of the same thing stupid question. The hosts terrible. Why your bitch and you just me. They're never happy around to see how you do this time all right. I don't need this. I don't need to get says the whole time password. All right now since the ladies one do they get to go or does it have to go to you. I don't wanna get yelled at here. Just remember how does show we take time. I here we go elvis cop. Six answers are on the board for my studio audience They were polled to answer this question. Name a word that you would probably find inside a mother's day card love okay. Yeah a lot of people love their mothers. Yeah yes yes however number. Five most popular answers are still four answers more popular than that so gandhi. Where you would probably find inside a typical mother's day card. Thanks a lot of people. Wanna thank their mom right..
"johny" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Would hundreds frog from most ran in the white one hundred morning show. We'll see lots of. Why would hundreds froggy most ran in. The watt. one hundred mils ran the morning show. We'll see lots of rain today. Heavy thunderstorms on pretty much. All while ninety five five. It's wrong if most ran. What farted told the microphone. You sorry disbarred while those long time ago. Yeah no crazy anyway. Sorry how'd you find that sound. I'm like i'm like the disney vault like there are so many things in my in my vault right now. That i could just i could put together a whole show of just things like that There will be others of those ever. No i'm not going to say does disney. When they're opening the vault no surprise all right. Here's a folder full of blackmail. That's what it is all right. That's that's a whole nother folder. You're still good american. Your thank you gary. all right nicole's on line. Three nicole tell me about your crappy. Mother's day all right so basically my husband who you know is normally really great Completely forgot about me for mother's day. I'm a brand new mom but nature to take care of my mother and his mother. That's good kinda he did he sort of wake up in the middle of the day and go. Oh i messed up while he was kind of like. What's wrong with you like. Are you okay. And i was like no not okay. A really what did you tell him. I was like come on man. I'm a new. I'm a new mom. Like how do you forget about me. It's mother's daily you purposely invited all these people over four mother's day so he knew it was mother's day. Yeah yeah and your first. Mother's day is like so special. It's like the most exciting one. No it is not now already. Did he understand that he made a big mistake. Did he apologize. He can't admit when he's wrong but he did feel bad like the rest of the day. I bet you he never forgets again. I'm sure he won't so at least that happy. Belated mother's day. Sorry about that. Nicole guys i love you. Been listening since eighth grade mall of it listening. Have a great day. Okay thank you you too kayla. Online eleven got nothing for mother's day. Are you a mother i am. How old is your child My daughter is three and my son is nine okay. So they're not really old enough to get in the car and go shopping for mother's day. So how did your mother's day go. Well my mom has covert right now. So i had my kids make posters and we went to her house and i like winged card into her garage door and was like love you. Happy mother's day and Yeah and then we made sure we went to my mother-in-law's house. We got her flowers and a card and ended up my best friend card and flowers. And i got nothing keep forgot. He just didn't think it was important or he doesn't like maybe like you. Does he not like you know he loves me choice. We've been married for twelve years. He doesn't have a choice anymore. Forgot you. I don't think he forgot as much as it was like. He's he's a very Forgetful person like he'll remember last minute so there wasn't you know i mean in a way isn't him for getting sort of the greatest gift he could have ever given you because you can bring it up all the time. Every day of the year for god knows how this shrew wait. You're saying he gave her the gift of reasons to bitch. That's eight remember when you forgot mother's day twenty twenty one. just bring it up forever forever gandhi. Do you do that. do you. Like hide things back in back folder. Bring out and say don't remember back in nineteen. Oh three forgot. Mother's day a list on my phone. Things that i can bring up. Yeah me give me ideas like that. Take the idea was your first one kayla. Happy mother's day from us. I hope you have a great day today anyway. All right thanks guys take it easy. Laura had a mother's day. Let's see if it was a good or bad. Hey laura lung twenty four. Hi laura doing pretty well and then my toddler's grew up all over me work so okay that was your president vomits pretty much what i book earlier in the day and then we'd go have a lovely at the park and he just threw up all over me that was it was the highlight of your mother's day kitchen but the guy the bomb. It was really the best part man. That's not everyone had a bad mother's day like all my friends your call and good day vomit right. Well you know what you should do. Your son did this to you. You should go to him and vomit right back on builds character. Thank you laura. And i hope you have a better day today. Happy belated mother's day. Thank you so much. Anyone else vomited on mother's day or whatever. His name is nate nate. These are interesting. 'cause you're putting through actually. I thought this would be funny. They're actually pretty depressing. I'm trying to find like some funny here. But it's really kinda sad that a lot of these kids didn't do anything for their mom. Yeah a lot of them are too young to do anything. They don't know any better. You know that falls on this supposed to do something. Well if you don't have a husband maybe you a friend or you know your mom could help out or i will say this though yesterday asked my dad what he was doing for my mom. For mother's day he said nothing. She's not my mom. That's your that's cool. Yeah had a happy happy mother's day. I wasn't even hanging out with her mother's day than most mothers had. You did that sad. let's.
"johny" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Makes everyone know crazy. Why one hundred dollar bill. okay honey. Frog say rub it. Rub it barron cross the road. Why because i put on the wrong sock this morning. That's not good dover ben dover and i'll give you a big surprise have fabulous mother's day weekend thank you johnny. That was just wild wasn't as great. Yeah they were great. Joke about the horny. What was the. How did the frog one go again. How do you ask the question. You could've also said get over here. lisa okay. So let's move on now. Let's go around the room. See what's on the minds of everyone. That was great. Johnny always good to have you back in the joke chair. Have another coffee. I've done with coffee all right We'll see what's on the minds of everyone who starts show which is us. We'll start with you foggy. What's on your mind today. So yesterday we gave my mom flowers before we went to lunch. And i said mom you wanna keep those in the car. Do you wanna take them inside. She's no. I'll take them inside. It's you're gonna forget them so we had lunch. We go back to the car. Guess what my mom left inside flowers. I had to go back together. But once again proof that i am maturing and getting better i did not say i told you so. I went back and got the flowers. I handed them to her. I told her. I loved her and i wanted about mary. Way elvis. you're teaching me to be a better person awful. You have to learn that. From me i did. I thought to myself is now the time to say i told you. So or probably not elvis. No shut your mouth. And don't say that i told you so never works right. Hey what's up ghandi. So this danielle. I'm going to say i love her. She's the greatest ever. But i thought i found the greatest connection ever because i found this website that had all this crazy disney stuff. And i'm like daniels never going to know about it. I ordered her a gift for her birthday. I was super stoked. It finally came and i showed it to her what she said is that from bradford exchange knows everything. There is no about disney at all. All the time david daniel i know their style so i kind of like i know you got that but i'm so excited to get it. I can't jackpot. Never gonna know. She knows never questioned her ever. Hey producer sam. What's up so holidays and special occasions are like the most happy days in the world. Unless you're not in a really good place. Then they are the absolute worst days in the world. And i had a good friend who is going through that last year on mother's day so if you had a really crappy weekend because maybe mother's day is not your choice holiday for one reason or another just want you to know that. Hopefully the next one will be better and hopefully today is better than yesterday was oh. It's really what happened okay. Good everyone's good Scary yes every day. I have more and respect and newfound respect for moms Happy birth be belated. Mother's day to my mom. We all went out to dinner yesterday with the big family. And i gotta tell you my sister who's relatively new mom and my sister in law who's a new mom. How do they do it. How do you do it because you know. My sister's kid nico. My nephew is going through his terrible twos. And it's just like they can't concentrate on dinner. Everything is light you know up and down. The kid wants to go downstairs to walk downstairs. And then my sister-in-law dealing with my nephew. Jack and all i'm and you know of course my brother and my brother-in-law also there for for support. But wow oh my god you guys deserve the world and you deserve mother's day everyday not just yesterday. Can you imagine being a single father scary. No no no. I can't i don't know other. It's not for me. I don't think i'm cut out for it. Okay from a different cloth we don't have to. I'm just asking what i like. Imagine how your day would be different a single mom or single dad all of you. I give a shout out and lots of props there you go just danielle. What's on your mind. So i just wanna say thank you to my husband sheldon and my boys for making it special so we had a lot of sports on sunday but they made sure the entire day i felt special and they started out with this catered breakfast that they brought into the house and all kinds of great gifts and my son preston made me a painting. I mean it was awesome. So i had a great day and right before bed last my oldest told me he loved me and i was the best mom ever and for your almost sixteen year. Old kid to say that to you. That was awesome. So thank you guys. I love you and i am just so happy to be your mom and your wife and everything. So thank you. Yeah it was so great being at the restaurant yesterday. Watching mother's day happenings going is. I've said this earlier on the show but there is something that really warmed me up when i saw three generations of of women grandma mom and daughter and they were all laughing with each other and everyone wanted to get their pictures. Strangers from other tables. Were coming over just to take their pictures because they were just were so so it was their day. It was a great day to celebrate in. you know. Sometimes you wait 'til mother's day to be forced to celebrate your mother you know there's al- there's always someone in your life that deserves a celebration right. Now may not be a mom. Maybe a friend may be a co worker. It's good to celebrate other people and give them the props. They deserve We'll start with you nate. You're the last one on a real. Let's celebrate nate thank you. Hey i've got a question for like danielle especially you have had renovations done at your house long until you act like a human being in your house. I am scared to like steph floor or open. Because i feel like they did all this. The house looks so nice now. I feel like i'm going to screw it up. We'll tell you anything. It's been months and months my kitchen my dining room and the living room where like the walls. Don't feel anything on.
"johny" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Of the day. He's so cute. I love him i. I don't know if you've been following bill and melinda gates but Yeah so apparently. The divorce has been a long time coming She's been talking to lawyers since october of two thousand. Nineteen the two of them. Met jeffrey epstein back in two thousand thirteen now. She thought he was creepy and thought they shouldn't have anything to do with him. Meanwhile bill allegedly started flying on epsteins private jet as far back as twenty thirteen and then things came to a head in two thousand nineteen and she started talking to lawyers and you know how the rest goes but so interesting. it's like every day. Something new comes out about them. Kind of crazy jeff flow. You guys know. He took over for tiger king. He says he's received a creepy anonymous letter from someone saying that carol baskin's ex husband is buried under her house now. This isn't the first time a letter like this has come through back in two thousand twenty. Another person sent something and just signed it the faithful witness saying that. Yeah the the person that he's buried underneath the house. So i don't know i just want her house to get done. I don't know if they're gonna look into it and like you said dig up the house but we will see tick-tock stars. Charlie and dixie demilio are launching their own clothing line. It's called social tourists they they're partnering with hollister looks like next thursday's when that's going to drop so. I just laughed at this. Because i was like no bleep. Sherlock we all do the same thing. This isn't news. Gwyneth paltrow admits oh diet went a little off the rails during quarantine. I drank some alcohol and had some bread and pasta really. That's that made headlines. Yesterday we all drank alcohol and had bread and pasta lady. You're not alone. Are is going out to president obama and michelle. They are mourning. The loss of their dog. Bo bo passed away twelve years old. I had cancer so our best is going out to them. Dj callan has the number one album. Cala cala congratulations. There and the family of mac miller is asking fans not to buy or read. The upcoming all unauthorized biography is called most dope. The extraordinary life of mac miller. It's coming out in january. They said they had nothing to do with it. They have not authorized it. They have not endorsed it and they do not want people to read it tonight on. Television finding dory is on regular television. So if you wanna watch that you've got the voice. It's live the good doctor. Hbo gives you the crime of the century and over on peacock. We are loving girls five ever if you want some nostalgia from the nineties this is the show for you And that is my daniel report daniel funded do anything fun. Somebody can find like a fun game upon something. We have a couple of games we do. We have the the one game that we came up on. Friday is kind of tough. I'll fill you guys in in the break and you decide if you're are we in the movie tough tough to hints for this one so we have to hints. Okay all right. We'll find something for you. Let's get into some trouble getting into trouble two days in a row getting do have a one thousand dollar phone tap on the way sponsored by our friends at raoult's ray. Oh oh my god raoult's homemade absolutely all right that and more on the way. hang on. we're back after. This is part of today's show. Elvis duran on demand free show posted every day surge on demand. Iheartradio app elvis durant in the morning. Show elvis duran and the morning show what we always call this day. Mother's day junior. I don't want mother's day to end mothers as so great. I was seeing the families out with each other and smiles and taking pictures and you know grandkids and hugging grandma. And i it was. It was a positive day. It was great and then walks alex and uncle johnny and meet so we proclaimed johnny was our mother yesterday. So we have very happy mother's day you know when he was in the service at fort dix spelled. Dax often he. He was the cook they called. They called him mother marino. Oh he made the food. Everything was brown every item. So he's gonna there so he was our mother yesterday. We had a nice mother's day with them. We're still putting the bits and pieces together to try to figure out what happened investigator day. I think we may have to go back to one restaurant and finish paying a bill for good night. I thought you played the bill. I thought you pay the bill or face there again. We should probably figure that out anyway. So uncle johnny has a few jokes he wants to tell us. He's upstairs working with those right now. He's making them perfect. We do have a one thousand dollar raoult's homemade free money phone tap on the way on and there you have it so let's play a game kind of game. You wanna play today. Oh well we always fun. We have the feud right we also. I think gandhi has a game. You have mother's day cards. I think all that's right. You know we always go through the trash cans of the stars to pull out the mother's day cards. Yes okay okay. I haven't even gone through these so wish mother's day card. Oh from prince harry to megan markle also nice megan. You've been hit with so much and you stood up and faced it from the evil british press to my family who are racists. Happy mother's day that rhyme their mother's day card. Kim kardashian to her mother. Kris jenner When it comes to supportive moms you are the best. I need you even more now. Since i'm dumping kanye west. Happy mother's day signed cordell. Wow that's really okay. Sexiest man alive. Arguably ray gagen page. Oh my gosh. If he doesn't win this year it's a bs that's for sure. I'm sure his mom loves him too. He sent her this card from regime. I'm sorry reggae. John page to his mom. Mom i love you for so many reasons especially since. You're the only woman who isn't mad. I'm not on the next bridgeton season happy. Mother's day tempo tempo. Problems one from president biden for the first lady. Dr jill biden. Okay how do we get this one through the washington service service people. All right from president biden. First lady. jill biden jill. You run the greatest moms. I've ever seen as for your mother's day gift. I'm counting the vaccine. Oh he gave getting back. The gas danielle. Yes daniel minero. Mother's day cards. Okay mom you taught me to be kind and unlike me. You're never loud and brash..
"johny" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Guys. You're confident in who you are. You're amazing on the radio. I walked listening. Guys i love him. I love you. Thank you so much.
States impose new restrictions amid record coronavirus hospitalizations
"So far. This year the coronavirus has claimed more lives than strokes. The suicides and car crashes combined there have been. I know it's crazy record. Hospitalizations more restrictions coming in states that are spiking and deaths are averaging the highest months el paso. They're actually paying inmates right now to help the medical examiner's office move bodies of coronavirus victims
'Wonder Woman 1984' to Be Released on HBO Max and in Theaters Christmas Day
"Wonder woman. Nineteen eighty-four will. Be arriving on christmas day notches in theaters. But also hbo max of you have that. That's pretty cool We know that it was getting pushed back because of corona a lot of people. Like we're not gonna get oakland twenty twenty one but they've decided to give it to us on christmas
Tiger Woods to play with 11-year-old Charlie in Father-Son
"So. There's a breaking news story out this morning. Tiger woods is going to compete in a tournament with his eleven year old son and that just really makes me happy. So i know that my son and i will watch. It has a father who i play a lot of golf. I play with. My son is better than competing in playing with your child when you get to that age where your child beats you and you're not letting them win anymore. They're they're legitimately kicking your ass so it's just a very proud moment. I loving father. I can't wait to watch this with him. And actually my son wanted tournament right after my brain surgery. My son won a golf tournament that he played in. He wrote my name on the back of his shoes. That day off. So it's just really such a problem moment. So
"johny" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"Let's wrap this thing up. Let's leave the hustle and bustle for small town news also automotive related as comes from my neck of the woods but the Northeast Kingdom of Ron where a driver in early Sunday morning crash vandalized guess wide several lawns. On North Derby road beforehand police say a twenty year old man from Charleston which is a tiny tiny down crashes vehicle in Derby on Sunday morning he was the same driver who tore through and damaged several lawns in the area prior to the crash. Later, in the morning, police were notified the damage a multiple properties located. Oh, I'm sorry. I skipped ahead the way this out socks Trayvon Colbourne is facing charges of leaving the scene of an accident on unlawful mischief and negligent operation. Following the incident police say a single vehicle crash was reported on Darling Hill road no relation around two to thirteen. AM The driver of a two thousand fourteen Toyota. Tundra was not located at the crash scene when the cops got there, the truck was headed south on Darling Hill near the intersection of Shattuck. Hill would have failed to negotiate a corner at travel into the oncoming lane and off the road where several trees and damaged ATV slash Internet line. On a utility pole later in the morning, police were notified of the damage to multiple properties on the north. Derby road one of the victims told police that a truck was seen driving through a number of lawns at around two AM. At some small town shit it is. Police say that to other lawns in the neighborhood located on North Derby road and lakeview drive had significant damage further investigation revealed Trayvon Coburn was the operator of the crashed vehicle and was also identified as the culprit who purposely caused the damage to multiple properties that's from a statement from the Fremont State Police Coburn was issued a citation to.
"johny" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"And if you have any information on pro bono lawyers in the new, Jersey or DC areas out really really appreciate it. because. This is really getting out of control and I, have to get out of the situation. And it sucks that I'm kind of being used as a publicity stunt. And appears it actually sucks. That's life and I don't even know what to say right now I'm just kind of just in shock Kinda just like. I can't even cry anymore because I'm so numb like to crying like I just can't. But please don't believe anything that you see especially like my parents saying that they're doing it for the family they're not like they're not at all I'm literally giving you the T I'm giving you all the real is they didn't say anything about this they literally just tweeted about it my dad doesn't care about me he never he's never cared about me he probably doesn't even know my middle name which is really sad but it's true. You know he never really cared about me my whole life he always belittled younger. My Dad physically abused me a lot right here in this very room And My mom seeming with my mom, my mom arrested you know she's very very physically abusive very very verbally abusive. I've been belittled and badgered my entire life and I just said this Saddam you know. You guys putting on this whole show. Attention. So you know them putting on this whole show them leaving I guess isn't really Going to be effective you know I think they're just scared the ongoing. Myself which I am going to try. Let's fucking heartbreaking. That's fucking heartbreaking whether there's any truth to what she's saying or not. The heartbreaking that a fifteen year old would. Be Out there saying that it's heartbreaking if it's true, it's even more heartbreaking if it's not true. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle is as with you know your side, my side in the truth. That's brutal. and. You take it the. The fact that it took that to get them to. Pause or stop. I mean. It's it's a lot and then you gotta got a fifteen year old daughter who is Just. Just airing she says is going on alleging abuse. What was the abuse? Did they spanker? Was it? I mean we don't know. It could be completely valid. It could be absolutely could have been the two were and they just told you know. It could have been a lot of things and we don't know and we know that they're both I mean they're both have high high pressure careers. He's a lawyer she's been working in politics for a while now. And that probably means their family doesn't necessarily come I. It's really hard when you've got a high level job like that to put in the time with your family that would be necessary to make your kids feel like they mattered. Yeah. I mean does he know his daughters middle name I'm betting he does. And I'm betting. He does care about her but in fifteen I'm pretty sure he's probably tried to do stuff with her but once they get to like thirteen, they don't want much to do with that. You're paying attention. Jason it's coming. We got lucky with my goddaughter that that was the case where she still tolerates a but most of the time once they get. To and I'm I'm dealing with this now in the house, right because we have why have we have this seventeen but then there are two nieces that are around a lot. In that's pretty much what we dealt with them. Yeah, it's It's a tough age and when you've got that much going on I, don't know I I saw that and I'm like, okay, Kellyanne quitting alright. What's going on with this? Now? Georgia's leaving this and now this comes out and it's like, oh, they're not really doing this because of this it's because it's like Let family needs some counseling. One way or the other they just need to get some counseling and I hope hope hopefully they do I don't wish this on anybody. Joe Brutal. Yeah because this could end up bad for everybody. So I don't want anything to happen to the kid I mean either way this this girl is in a position where she really needs some help. If it's true. She absolutely needs help if if it's not true, she needs help maybe even worse. Because if you're willing to if you're willing to make something like that up. Then, you've you've got issues with reality and where you see things going and. It's it's. Although I mean Shit Kareem when we were when we were fifteen, we would have had a had a way to amplify our our voice to the world. Would that have been a good thing? Man That's a tough one. meanwhile, I liked call this story, the Alabama slammer because Gwendolyn Braswell, the forty two year old Alabama woman was behind the wheel of a Pontiac sunfire. Still they do not. Have it made. In quite a while now agree. I drove into a home depot last, Friday. Bizarre. Incident was recorded on surveillance cameras inside the store entrust Ville, which is a suburb of Birmingham. Police identified brass's suspect in an August fourteenth theft. And ask the public for help in determining her whereabouts she's facing multiple charges including burglary, criminal mischief, and. They believe that she first staged merchandise in the store before returning in the two thousand. Pontiac to pick up the goods. The good's a leaf blower and a dehumidifier which I mean. I guess you live in Alabama Dehumidifiers gold. Yes. So that was around nine. Am after backing through the stores front sliding doors which were clipped by the Pontiac, she navigated her way down an aisle but not before plowing into a display and scattering customers investigators connected her to the brazen heist. Thanks to witnesses who took down the pontiacs license plate and recorded video. You're going to drive into the wall into the Home Depot with your Pontiac and you're not gonNA take off or cover the license plates..
"johny" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"We'll wait was that you jason was that use I guess what happened is the woman that I was talking to on the phone came out stuck her head out said, are you keeping Montero? Why are you doing that? And the woman said. Pointing to numbers, she has straight here on there. They. Went into another room. They came out in the woman said I'm sorry that I scared you guys have the death like that. You're not going to be staying tonight. So if I wanted to fucking called and talked to some other sheriff there, they would have kept my mom fucking in jail even though she wasn't supposed to. Go because you know that's GonNa. fucking happen because that person had it in her head she saw my mom or missing teeth in the fact that she looks like she's an ex meth addict. That she is on, you know what? I mean and they're just gonNA fucking put her in jail without a second thought. They don't give a fuck about you. They don't care about you at all. They see you and they have the preconceived preconceived notion about you. And that's it. And that's it and they made their judgment. Sorry. I. Just I was talking about it just. So it was just such a Puckett bucking perfect example of. How fucked they are in the just don't care. Except the Hot To. Look there, there are people who do care there and I still believe that the majority of cops do care and are good people but they cover for the ones who art. Yeah and then that's the problem I have and I have to say that most of my experiences with police officers have been good experiences. Part of that was I worked at the courthouse for. Two or three years but. Even. You know even outside of that my experience with police officer have been good experiences but I do know from the fucking. PODCASTS and whatnot. Did I listen to the documentaries that there are some what we would hold on you're gonNA Trust podcasts. Research Scott Dimmer. But actually, the from all of those I, know that there's some cops that don't do their job chur and that's the thing is you're as kids we're taught that everybody in government knows everything we're telling dolts know what they're talking about exact. Now we know different that we know different a bunch of adults who are stupid. There's a point. There's a point where you as an adult have to accompany that understands, hey, they're just they're pretty much there you. Or somebody that you know and you know the everybody's you know they'll do all the that they're supposed to. Right. All, right. So Leslie, David Baker who's known as Stanley from the office he's He's tired of racism and he wants something to be done about it. Why don't you explain how this turned from love to hate we were Aung trying to raise funds on kickstarter after having gone to allow cons and then cursing appearances people kept asking the when are you gonNA come up with new project when we're GONNA see more. Stanley. So I decided well, let's You know come up with a new project and we'll call it an alkyl stand. So My. Partner Saddam Khan and decided yeah, let's do this. So he a small why don't we put it on kickstarter and race on way the audience members can feel. So they are participating in the development of this series and I said, sure let's do that. So we started doing that and then as the black lives matter movement as it progressed and since. You know when people say, well, how do you feel about I tell them how I feel about it since I've been a black male in America lower than I've been a professional actor, of course, I feel about it. then. I started getting messages that said, no, no just stick to acting. That's all you should do an it's entertain us but don't have an opinion about how you're treated in this country. So if we get on one knee people don't like it. If we go protests in the streets, people don't like it. If you want the racism stock been we as actors we as citizens both Black White Asian and Latin we all have to speak out about this because if you ignore racism you protect the racist and the institution of racism there. has also been a lot of outpouring of love from the fans and this is not going to be allowed to derail this in any way shape or form. We're GONNA go full speed ahead with the show because there is a lot of love for me and for this concept out in the world I am very pleased with that This is just a small microcosm of people that are trying to put this detrimental out here in the world but I felt that it needed to be addressed because you can't change something if you ignore. Tell Stan got. Right. Talk Yo Shit. Leslie David. Baker. Towns like it's telling it like it is. Putting up with this shit, and that's that's one of the reasons that we talk about it on the show is you know and we're having sad show as the all is on the guys had last night there like having a sad show and I got a message saying, Hey, you guys having said show today to we're not having to say so he. He must have missed that. We're not. We're we're having. We're having a hell of a show we just we just GONNA get real shit up in here, and that's just the way it is and taking that into account we are going to call shit out. It's what we do. So we do. A lot of shit going on. All right it's time to delve into. Our friends the Republicans Jason. Our friends, the Republicans, I want to say that way. who over the weekend, the Republican National Committee announced their platform, they're not having a platform..
"johny" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"You would be upset to a level that you can't really understand, and by the way, let's go back to the the argument that they always make about the cops just a few bad apples. But, that doesn't that argument doesn't transfer over. Like the video I showed this afternoon of a man chasing a female cop around her car. She got her gun drawn. Running from him pretty much. and. He's like shoot me go ahead and suit me. So, you'll shoot a black person with their back turned to you, but you see the white person that's physically threatening you. At that. Yeah, it's it's really stunning. It's really stunning and You. Know as as someone who his entire life wanted to believe that the cops were out to to do good. They're there to protect people and I do believe that the vast majority of them are but man even if it's fifteen percent that aren't. They've all got weapons. They've all been trained to kill. And they all know that not only do boast of their brothers and sisters in blue have their back that the entire Republican Party has their back and to to whatever end it might be and. They they just. They don't they don't the police million I. Think the police is probably more powerful. The most city governments at this point in a lot of cases and I see see a lot of people go. It's time for the blue flu. Threaten all you want. Like, if you start taking that money from the unions that the police have to pay out for excessive force complaints, sit with change. Yeah. Yeah would. If it came out of your paycheck yeah. It came out of all the other cops paychecks instead of taxpayer funded stuff is every time shit like this happens everybody in the city has to pay for it. What whatever city you live in look up how much settlements have been paid out because of excessive force complaints if you start taking money out of the police budget for the next year. I bet you that shit would go down. That's one way to defend the police. Here's the thing is like a cop. COPS generally see criminal or something like that. There's there's issues that happened there when when. But I think that cops also see. My mom had a situation that happened to her just this week last week and She got a letter in the mail from Butte County. Saying that she had a worn out for her arrest because she for battery charge. This battery charge is from over three years ago, and it's what led to her eventually living in my house becoming sober and being on the path that she is on now, which is almost four years of sobriety and having your own place and being a. Good person in society. So she gets this letter sanders worn out for her best. She's it to to take care of it. So hermit sister get in the car the next day actress she calls Buchanan says, Hey, I have this. What do I need to do about this take care of it because that's part of the life she lives now. In recovery and They tell her she's come down and they'll just fingerprint and let her go in the set a court date. So she shows up there the next day. And they tell her that they're taking in jail and they're going to be putting her in jail where there's an active cove in nineteen outbreak in that jail right now, I'm do county at the sheriff's Office And I get a call from my sister being like. Seeing, what's going on what's happening with mom like like what are we going to do about this are saying that they're going to take her into custody if people were for her right now. And as what happened I got really upset with them. I. Because it's like. What made you think that they were going to just let you go by. Their job is to get you there like you don't just go in and turn yourself in on a warrant entrust that they're going to tell just let you go if they tell you that they're gonNA. Let you go. You. Contact lawyer you find somebody to take like you talk to public defender first before you turn yourself fucking in because they don't give a fuck about you. They know they're going to put my sixty year old sixty, three year old mom who has all kinds of medical conditions in. On a misdemeanor for battery where the person's not pressing charges the DA bringing the charges against her for some reason, which doesn't make any fucking sense way. Is just whack. So if me start Clark I contact friends, Janaka accuweather friends of mine that are attorneys like what the fuck should I do in this situation right now Eventually I call the DA's office. As waiting for answers. They told me to call the jail I call the jail I'm talking to the woman on the phone can tell the story and sixty seconds or less issues like I. Think there's some confusion here she goes out to the front. I guess puts go home for about a minute and a half goes back to say they're not going to keep they're going to release her. My sister I call. My sister was like hey. I don't know what's going on, but they're just so that we're not that mom doesn't have to stay the. Release Her.
"johny" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"The police as well. What is it? People Media and thinking they have a right to as black people what they're doing at any point in. In the fucking day. Now visit. Now maybe this lady would've asked if there were a white gentlemen rifling through a car too because who knows what treasures awaited in that Ford Fiesta. Yes. Again, that was a Ford Fiesta. What is it? Another video of a black man in his yard. The the the. The. fucking. Gardner just left the people that motors grass they just left and he was looking over what they did to make sure they did a good job and the police pull up autumn like do you live here like what are you doing like did the did the gardening crew leave a man behind what's going on like did you not? He's like motherfucker you saw them leave. Why are you questioning me about where I live here? Like. Oh, you now. Exactly like what is it that white people think that they have the right to ask black people at any point in time in the fucking day ordinary what you're doing why are you here? Do you belong here? Let me see i. d what effect does that come from? Not a clue I. If you. If you have who they do have what would you do? Archived all the seasons. With what's his kion as first name John? Yeah And they had that situation with bikes being stolen. You know a guy just like hacksaw through a bike lock. Why? Would just let them do it for the most. Bikes being stolen. You know a guy they had by the way. The periscope sounds great. was. Yes, you know what I mean like it's like you can see you know exactly what she would have done. If it was a white guy doing, she would've just kept her business get walking because that's we've seen it. Before on what would you do? The only reason I hesitate is this is the UK, and maybe she somebody who would've asked anybody who who is rifling through a car like if you live a neighborhood and there's been a bunch of car break ins, you might be someone who would ask anybody. Right but. When he told her to fuck off the first time, she should've just fucked off and that's the thing is when you you'd be like, okay, you know that I live here or whatever just leave. No you want to stay in arguments like yeah. Okay, actress around my car I'm getting back. What do you think of asking because I'm black and like sorry, Bro keeps getting. Not to get in any trouble here but let me just step out on on a on a guy limb here for a second. By the way got. Guy. Limb Great Entertainers six. Just stepping out on a limb. Women don't like being told to mind their own business. They don't like being told it's none of their business and they don't like being told. That they don't need to now. And I don't think that's a white woman thing I think that's a woman thing and I think at some point that kicks in and overrides the logic that they have a sensible human beings in this weird thing in the mix and they're like, well, how dare you tell me that it'd be crazy thing is that none of can fight? Now well. Would you at that point? I mean I know but I'm just saying today. Because of his women they I mean they like to escalate and I'm like they relate with dudes because dudes don't hit women for the most part, right? Stop It. Now they don't ask they don't generally escalate with other women because they're afraid there will be a fight. Most sometimes, they'll do look and I live with white woman that'll call the police. But she assistant to do it from the comfort of our home. antastic fantastic. Meanwhile. On something. Not Funny In Wisconsin police have shot another black man. If you haven't heard about it, there have been huge protests in in Kenosha, Wisconsin where an unarmed black man named Jacob. Blake was walking away from police officers and they shot him in the back seven times. Apparently is I won't watch. It looks like he's he's going to get into his car. Utah Jazz superstar Donovan Mitchell is shifting his focus from the playoffs to the shooting saying it's exactly why players have been speaking out against social justice. And Now, Lebron James weighed in he's furious saying calling it another black man being targeted saying and Y'all wonder why we say what we say about the police someone someone please tell me w. t. f. is this this shit is so wrong and so sad I feel so sorry for him, his family and our people we want justice as we recording this Jacob Blake is in the hospital. So. I don't know what his condition is I don't know how he's doing at this point. He made it through surgery. This afternoon so he think it was about. Two or three o'clock he he was out of surgery and when he got out of surgery. The the protests in Wisconsin are. Pretty extreme like the protesters burned a car dealership. which is just Feed for the Republican talking points. Of Look at this what is this? It's like If it were happening to your community..
"johny" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"I have a feed up of looking WHO's watching like my My my wife's aunt is watching right now. So I'm not going to say. No just you know having the mustache back because talking about mops and buckets. You know, so you get them up back. Now. I mean, Hey, as doing they say, yeah, that's that's the thing is like what I'm talking about how weird doing and because it's kind of Kinda ship but how? I. Watching new shows lately, initials. The wife and I should walk yes. Yes. I have is season three of of Roy Valley. Restores is out it's a number ten in the United States, which shows you just how starved we are for entertainment. But it's I I love that show. I did. It's it's really good. It's something you can watch with the whole family If you like weird sixty year old Canadian white dudes with dreadlocks I, mean, there's no better option. No better option out there. Isn't. It just funny watching that show and then watching the garage one I wanted to yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's funny watching the see because it's just two completely different types of. Guys doing cars like you know. Restaurants. Brothers right. Like the that. Those dudes. That guy is can like a everyday guy hot rod trading cars up trading this guy this that and the other thing golfing garages like I'm GonNa make one, hundred, eight, thousand dollar car. Right well. Thousand Dollar car one dude made his money with cars. And that's the Gotham garage guy. He's now got two cars in the Peters and museum the guy in Canada made his money doing blasting. Yeah he he blasted rock rock to make roads. So that's where he made his money and so it's a completely different mindset. Now it's It's neat to see the parallels between the two shows. You know there's no parallel. Know How to set like? No, it's two guys. Having it down to it. It's both about fixing cars the both bushes aerobics them cards but one guy is fixed cars in the middle of British Columbia. And the other and the other guys into Macula and his engine person is model with amazing amazing rack. Yeah. Okay Yeah which was. Debt. That's the that's the Gotham garage. I'll take. The BBC One's pretty could do. Yes. I'm watching that that's a good show cream. How about you? Any new shows you've been watching? I'M A NERD I've been watching mostly documentaries I have different one kind of fantasy show called warrior none that I've been watching on net flicks. that. Pretty good. I mean it's it's better than Why known a? Herb. which is this straight for entertainment purposes. Totally. trashed. Young and the restless is straight trash. There's no redeeming value in Washington is just something to let your mind. Get away from everything that's going on I watched the interested in documentary about hillbillies. Called, Hillbilly. Char, it was pretty good And today I watched a documentary about Yusef Hawkins murder was like reexamining that. which was the funny. The funny thing. The funny. Not Funny thing about that one is There was a guy that works for hot ninety seven in New York who was a part of the group that ended up killing use of Hawkins. WHO The people at hot ninety seven had no idea what his connection that he had a connection to the murder the way he did. The way he explained to everybody was The police pulled police rolled up and took everybody neighborhood needs got caught up that way. Well it turns out he was actually face charges in. He only he only ended up getting community service, but he was way more involved than he told them was to the point where there was like video clips of him being interviewed by the police in the documentary. Earlier spoiler alert spoiler alert. The name of that one because I'd like to. Wash there I was GonNa Watch you. But the reason I watched it when I watched it was because There was something on a on twitter about them firing him and I was like. About him, you know the story about him being in the documentary and fired. So yeah. Send that to me. I on. The other thing is leslie and I started watching tutors, which is an old showtime show. Yeah. And we've stopped because virtually all of our time now has spent playing far cry five. Okay. ooh, in the. In the evening, the kids gone to bed it's far prive. Okay like that. I've beaten that. I'm playing the the kind of equal to that game right now far CRISEX. No. No, no. No, there's A. When you're done with when you finish far cry, don't go I don't WanNa give anything away about the ending of it. But there's a sequel and There's a lot of fun man I really enjoy that it's. It's a great franchise and there's a lot of fun I do have a quick question for you. So right now we're in faith seeds region and I, hate it. I hate her. Every time I, see her because I don't WanNa go on one of her, and this isn't really a spoiler alert. But time I see faith seat I'm afraid I'm going to get pulled into one of those little faith seed things where she pulls you by the hand in through the mist and the bliss and Blah, Blah Blah Blah Blah..
US Senate rejects witnesses in impeachment trial.
"I'm Anthony Davis The US Senate narrowly rejected democratic demands to summon witnesses for Donald Trump's impeachment trial yesterday all but ensuring trump's acquittal fill in just the third such trial to face a president in US history but senators considered pushing off final voting on his fate to next week the votes on allowing new witnesses was defeated. Fifty one forty nine on a near Party line vote. Republican Susan Collins of Maine and Mitt Romney of UTAH. voted along with the Democrats witnesses. But that was not enough despite the Democrats singular focus on hearing you testimony. The Republican majority brush. Pass those demands to make this the first impeachment trial without witnesses even new revelations from former National Security Adviser John Bolton did not not swayed. Gop Senators who said they'd had enough that means the eventual outcome for trump will be an acquittal in name only said Representative Val demings Cummings House prosecuted during the final debate. Some called it a cover-up Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer Cold Friday nights results at tragedy tragedy on a very large scale protests chance reverberated against the walls of the capital left Parnassus attorney pendle letter to Senate Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell detailing what his testimony would add to the impeachment trial in the letter. Joseph Bondi tells McConnell that Parnasse an indicted indited associated trump's personal lawyer rudy. Giuliani would be able to tell the Senate information that is directly relevant to the president's impeachment inquiry specifically clean regarding his relationship with trump and Giuliani as well as his actions in Ukraine on behalf of the president as directed by Mr Giuliani Johny. The letter indicates that Secretary of State Mike pompeo former Energy Secretary Rick. Perry and several other officials within the trump administration were are aware of the pressure campaign in Ukraine that is at the center of Trump's impeachment Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer invited to attend the impeachment
Parnas presented to Ukrainians as speaking on Trump's behalf
"You're really at the time was the general. The first thing I did this to introduce myself and tell them I'm here on behalf of really Giuliani beyond the president of the United States. And I'd like to put you on speakerphone for you. Know to confirm which we did we put you on. The phone rudy relate to him basically that we were there on behalf of the president of the United States. And you were there to speak on president. Trump's behalf exhibited those exact words. Mr Parnasse says that when he was taking meetings to advance this scheme taking meetings with various government officials in Ukraine he says it was a regular occurrence. It was the way those meetings started. He would put rudy. Giuliani on phone on the speakerphone in the room and he would say explicitly. Mr Giuliani would say explicitly that as the president's personal attorney he could affirm that left Parnis. was there air at that meeting. In Ukraine to speak on behalf of the President of the United States Donald Trump in May of last year may twenty nineteen. Mr Giuliani started speaking with reporters about his plans to travel himself to Ukraine to try to enlist the Ukrainian government's assistance to help hoped his client president trump. Basically in his re-election effort he said he was going to Ukraine to try to get them to announce investigations into Vice President Biden because that would be very very helpful to his client in the resulting firestorm of criticism. Mr Giuliani's trip was called off in May when he called off the trip. Mr Giuliani Johny made public statements. Criticizing the new government of Ukraine saying that Ukraine's new president was surrounded by enemies of the United States and for Ukraine that it was a really big deal right Ukraine. A country at war with Russia is a country very much dependent on both the reality and the perception of their having strong support from the United States government. And so when Mr Giuliani as the president's personal attorneys started making public claims the new Ukrainian president was surrounded by enemies of the United States of America. That's why he wasn't going to Ukraine at that point. The Ukrainian government kind of freaked out that kind of criticism from the new administration for their new new president in Ukraine. And that's a potential death sentence for their country so at the time that happened left part was in Ukraine in Kiev. At the time all of that happened and he told me today that he was tasked by Rudy Giuliani in that moment to crank up the pressure on the government of Ukraine to make even more insistent and obvious is an even more onerous this threat and this demand that Ukraine must announce investigations into Joe Biden. Or else it. Did you meet with Ukrainian official name. Sergei Schaefer Circuit Schaefer is a very senior aide to presidents Alinsky. It has been reported as far as we understand from public reporting that you conveyed to Mr Schaffer. The exact quid pro bowl that you wanted Celeski Alinsky to announce investigations into Joe Biden or military aid would not be released to Ukraine. Is that accurate. It was a little bit more than that Aw Basically The message that that was supposed to die gave Sergei Schaefer was a very harsh message that was told to be to give it to him in a very harsh way. A not in a pleasant way to give it to harshly mayor Guiliani Rudy told me After a meeting the president the White House he called me. His message was wasn't just military. It was all eight. Basically the relationships would be sour. You would stop giving him any kind of aid that unless that there was an announcement made several several demands at that point a the most important one is the announcement of the bite. Ministration did you also convey convey to him that the US government would stop showing support for mistress Alinsky. They wouldn't attend the inauguration those that was the biggest thing. Actually that was the that was the main Wasn't because at that time you have to understand the way you create now is for presents alinsky winning on that platform being a young president and not really having any experience the number one end being at war with Russia at the time the number one thing for them was not even eight and I know it sounds crazy but it was more of a support for the president resident by having a White House. Visit by having a big inauguration by having all the dignitaries there that was the key and at that time There were already aware because of their Conversations with the I guess what the embassy that President Vice President Pence was supposed to come to the inauguration was already discussed and they were replanning and now they were just working on days. That would be good for him at our meeting. I was very very heated. Conversation from our part to him. Basically telling What needs to be done? I mean basically me and at the at the at in the conversation. I told him that if he doesn't the announcement it was the key at that time because of the nation the pence would not show up. Nobody would show up to his inauguration unless he announced an investigation into Joe Biden No. US officials Dell's particularly vice president. Mike Pence would not come to do so the day after that meeting that you had on the twelfth. Aw I believe it was the following day that in fact vice-president pence is a visit to the inauguration was cancelled after my phone. Call the conversation conversation that I laid out to. Mr Schaffer was basically what I was told to do. By Giuliani of the president. And then afterwards I relate back to them saying that he's going to get back to me later tonight and we're supposed to meet then around eight o'clock or nine o'clock at night. I texted back against saying any word. What's the situation and at that point Because because
Don't Buy a Ferrari
"Let's talk about money because since we're a business or a business to make a profit and one of my rules of online business success the way. Hey I put his. Don't buy that Ferrari and where that comes from his. When I I really came up with this product Formula I started teaching it? Well it it can lead to some pretty outside success in pretty rapid success especially for the people back then who maybe had an email list but hidden put together a good promotion and then I taught product launch formula and people are making a lot of money and I actually know someone and this is a long time ago this happened like two thousand five thousand six. I'm going to get the numbers off. But he made somewhere around two hundred thousand dollars in a launch tap line those versus sales. That was absolutely as incredible windfall. It was amazing. He was so excited. So this person I know went out and bought a Ferrari for just under two hundred thousand dollars so he spent almost every penny of this great big windfall and never mind. There's going to be some taxes. Never mind that he's going to have have some expenses in his life. Never mind the you might have some refunding. Basically spent the entire huge as some of from his launch and bought a fancy car which of course lost fifty percent of its value. The moment drove it off and it was. It was absolutely just insane. I couldn't believe that someone would go and do do that. And it just felt incredibly irresponsible and of course you know go do whatever he wants and whatever and and you know his thinking was okay. I did that. I'm going to do again and again and again I'm just GONNA make millions. And maybe he did. I don't know how that story ends but the thing is I see so many people making financial financial mistakes in their business a lot of people they use. I just want to be creative. I just WanNa be an artist. I just want to help people or just want to be a marketer or I don't want to I don't want to. We're about the money but the reality is you have to worry about money. I've seen this over. People do a great big launch launches over. They made a lot of sales. But there's no money Johny leftover so you have you have to avoid expanding your lifestyle. That's what you're going byner Ferrari just I. You know boom like that because I made two hundred that's expanding your lifestyle big way and the reality is a promotion. Doesn't make take a business just because you put together a great promotion doesn't mean you have a business and this might sound strange coming from me. I'm all about launches launches and having great promotions teaching people. How to do this? And I'm a big fan of launches but I'm not a big fan of building your life's all of a sudden when you're dependent on the next launch especially once you really start building a business if you've built a team if you build some infrastructure being dependent on your next launch it is a recipe for disaster launches are great. They're amazing I loved them. I I love the high table. Help people with them. But it's it's not you can't be dependent it can't be where your your next mortgage payment is coming from. Hopefully it's where your next payroll you payment is coming coming from. You need to build a real business not just promotion
WHAT WILL WORK IN 2020 FOR B2B MARKETING AND LEAD GENERATION
"Hey Rena thanks for joining us today as we get started. Tell us about yourself. Hi My name is Irena. And I'm in San Diego California orange. I do marketing strategy. Really Love just any marketing challenges that I can find And helping them kind of revive businesses. How did you get interested fitness polisher? Actually so my dad's first business so I have ten brothers and sisters to kind of get started all right And my dad. Will we actually deliver newspapers. And then my dad opened up a business when I was about thirteen. Fourteen minute only lasted about a year And actually failed and then it kind of It was Kinda hard time in her family but then I realized what is it that I can do for other businesses that are failing like what was it that was missing from his business in particular so I went into it. I I mean I learned everything there was to know about marketing especially Ashley like the more challenging business platforms like very niche markets and. That's because I I hear a lot of people especially the early in their career. They think the only alternative is starbucks. McDonald's Walmart and I'm like no every company needs marketing. Being help social media help Edwards Youtube bads all of the stuff that you know with a month of training meaning you can be okay at right exactly and I really get into the year. You can use super good at it. Yep and you have to start early because if you start start early then you kinda get the upper advantage and then you have that fire in the very beginning and so then it kind of goes and it kinda takes a life of its own so marketing a superport. Antibodies Johny Right. And I've always said because I've always been at companies and I was never really happy with the marketing people because they knew what to do but they either didn't care care or they were doing what worked five years ago. Yeah because it's it changes so fast that is that's a hard thing because if somebody it has their own business and it typically marketing business. I mean somebody's focus could potentially change to finding new clients and then they do the bare minimum and then they don't you know they collect patron check. I know that's I mean it's something that I have to fight to make sure to stop myself from. I only take a certain the amount of clients and make sure you know focus on who you have and because marketing is like the most important yeah and I think a lot just seem into either do what they did at their last company or copy their competitors exactly if you copy your competitors than you don't have marketing you just have equal playing ground. You got to do something different. I do yeah I do think that finding what the competitor is doing a super important so like right when I get like any any kind of business model I look what the competitors are doing. I look on the back end of their website find out what keywords are ranking for financial. Xactly what it is that they did but finding new ways. That's and you know what a lot of the times I found. That press is the best way to kind of it. It's something that not everybody is doing. But it's something that gives against the brand awareness. Well that's it when it suits social proof and content in once right because someone else's writing about you or talking with you or about you instead of just you. Yeah Yup. Yeah who's your ideal customer my honestly it could be anyone a general person Could be anyone with any kind of business idea but the ideal where like I figured out a system that works and brings in Leeds consistently our health and wellness so like bariatric surgeons dentists. Search anything things like that but how you get in touch with them. What's your approach is the word of the word of mouth marketing for those because that's my bread and butter but my passion are those B. Two B. businesses software companies? Anybody I mean. The markets are so niche that it takes my mind into work so I like those I like my mind. Let's dig into that possess more of our audience and kind of the audience that I work with when you go into a software company. What's your process like getting any software company? Let's say they want to work with you to get them to kind of cooperate. And how do you come up with your strategy. Yeah well the first process is to make sure I know the company so I'm GonNa ask many questions as I can to kind of know what the business platform is. The second thing I do is I do all the research again to find anything online line or digital to make sure that when I have a conversation with them they realize hey. I've done my work to know who you are. What you what you bring to the table? And then from there there I basically start going into strategy and my strategy always has to do with the biggest bang for the smallest. What is it that will will give us At I mean I guess if we go into the nitty gritty like landing pages finding out even like Google outwards finding out making shuttle landing page converts looking at past Marketing Strategies that you are working but seeing what else I can do to fix them up and kind of giving them my two cents hour so so do you do like an audit I to see what they're currently doing and the results they're getting. I always do an audit The reason is because there are little things that I can find that just I can make a world of a difference and everybody's getting instant results and if they can see instant results then they'll trust me for the long term strategy because that does tape trust to kind of three months and then you'll see results because even like Edwards is turned into a career in and of itself. I mean I've been doing it. Almost it was twenty years I started on like a family business and it just blew the business up and it was like eight cents back back then. Today it's like eighty dollars for any click. It's it's crazy. There are businesses that will light up with it. I mean there's one that just you put in two thousand dollars you'll get back like ten thousand dollars also ones that don't and in the challenges because Google on where it's facebook all those. If those are working you have to kind of think out of the box and then for that. It's like reaching out to influencers finding out and going direct to people that could market for you because like physicians who sell it to their clients. Not Now. That's what I was software companies. They tend to they have a content strategy which is good but they don't have a platform or an audience yep so the inbound just doesn't have what it did ten years ago is everyone's doing it. Yep Yeah and there's still. So how many software companies out name soul to. I mean. It's the day needs where everyone is being sold to on a daily basis And so you Kinda have to think creatively. You can't be selling you. Can't you have to basically find people that are going to look for you and then put yourself there because if you're selling chances are six months down the road. That person won't be happy because they feel that they were. So if you are kind of if you can strategize a marketing strategy that will make the client feel or the user feel as though they went after a lot more customer for sure right kind of educate them and can kinda give value to them build a no like entrust kind of relationship before you try and get them to convert Yup exactly we and so like. Yeah so I mean. There are two different kinds of like websites where one you'd go in and wants his try for free. Try for seven dollars for seven days. Anything and people instant by the other one is it kind of goes through different ways that it It might help you start with your free trial or it might even like by the end. Those I think I mean there's place for both of those ones I would assume or I might gather they might have a longer her life customer because a person was sold into it instead of just buying it right. Yeah what do you see people doing wrong mostly especially especially with marketing general or ads or yeah Well first you have to make your ad will convert so make sure it's something something that Looks good represents your business isn't just something that you throw up there with some words on it Because I mean first impressions are key anything to do for concussions. The second thing is landing pages. People don't realize that a click to your websites. I mean that really do the trick. You have to make sure that your landing page will sell them on what it is that you're giving them. You basically got twenty percent with the Google Click. That's how I think about it
Iran and Ukraine begin plane crash probe
"Start this hour with the series of events that have led to the accusations that Iran shot down a Ukrainian plane by mistake killing everyone on board a week ago today a US drone strike killed. Iran's top military commander Mander in Baghdad. Iran responded with its own missile strikes on basis in Iraq where American troops were stationed hours later that Ukrainian jet bound bound for Kiev crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran. Iranian officials deny they shut down that jet although the US and Canada have publicly said they have evidence to the contrary for the latest on all of this in the crash investigation. We're joined by the BBC's Joanna Fisher in Kiev and Jona what are Ukrainian officials officials saying about this today. Well it's been very difficult. Actually to get comment out of Ukrainian officials. I think they are in a very difficult position here. They we have a team on the ground in Tehran. That was sent there in the immediate aftermath of this crash on Wednesday and they are trying to do everything they can to make sure that that team who are in Iran at the moment get access to the crash site and to the debris that has been collected. I think they are concerned. -cerned that if they immediately come out and echo what has been said In the United States and in Canada an in Great Britain very firmly pointing the finger at the Iranians blaming them for shooting down this plane that that will make it too difficult for for these investigators who are now inside drawn to do their job said they'd been walking something of a of a tight robe yes definitely a tight rope. in a very delicate situation more than sixty Canadians died in that crash crash reporters yesterday press Canadian. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on whether the United States was partly to blame because this was all created by the volatile atmosphere miss fear the US caused by killing General Qassam. Sulamani is there at the same sentiment in Ukraine about that. Look I think the overwhelming sentiment here in Ukraine is naught again because you have to cost mind back five years to m h seventeen. The Malaysian airlines that was shot down in eastern Ukraine crane. Shot down by a Russian missile almost certainly by Russian forces with the death of all nearly three hundred people on board and I think lots of people here their immediate reaction was surely. This couldn't have happened again and not to our country Has Horrible echoes for many many people about what happened then and the idea that Once again what appears to be happening on the ground in Iran is that they going out of their way to make it very very difficult for a proper investigation take base in that once again echoes. What has been the experience of the seventeen investigation that Russia has done almost everything cancer trying and make it very difficult? This has been a miserable flashback for many Ukrainians to what happened five years ago. We also shouldn't forget that this is a human tragedy how are the deaths of that. Those Eleven Ukrainians resonating there. There's been a memorial setup at the airport. Boris Bill Apple which is where the plane was due to arrive lots of passenger cruise Of other airlines have been going. They're paying their respects. The president has also been. They're extremely the extremely sad scenes around around the airport on Wednesday and on Thursday as well the voss majority of the actual passengers on the plane and they weren't going to End Up in Ukraine. They were transiting onto candidature about one hundred and forty also Of One hundred and seventy six people on board the plane we're going to fly on later that day Onto destinations in Canada. Basically this route Was One of the most efficient to one of the cheapest pissed ways for Iranian Canadian Air Iranians to get from Tehran to to various places in in Canada I wonder to to what thoughts there are about Ukraine again being in the middle of this huge news story because the country is also connected to impeachment here in the United States involved in a military conflict with Russia as well. There's a lot going on in the world that really affects Ukraine. Your thoughts on that. You have to say that Ukraine rain has found itself once again in extremely difficult geopolitical position. this is a country that history is not kind to and Ah once again it finds itself in an impossible position to be quite frank in the last twenty four hours or so Ukraine's friends in the West have not not been particularly helpful towards it. It seems almost that Ukraine was the last one to have access to this intelligence from from the United States pointing to it. Being a shoot down I think it's only in the last few hours. Actually the American embassy here in Kiev has come forward and given that information to the presidency. Here that's the BBC's Jonah Fisher. Kiev Jonah thank you so much. Thank you well. As tensions rose this week between Iran and the United States dates. Saudi Arabia was watching closely. The country is a US ally and a rival of Iran. Joining us. Now from Riyadh is Vivian. Near I'm WHO's a reporter with Bloomberg News Vivian. Welcome thank you would. How has this recent flare up between the US and Iran affected Saudi Arabia? Well something that a lot let people forget because Saudi Arabia of course has in the past taken a very hawkish tone toward Iran. Is that if we're we're actually going to break out. Saudi Arabia would be among the countries that would face potential retaliation could actually be severely hurt security-wise economy wise. So what we seen during this last flare up is Saudi officials really setting a message far and wide that we walked de-escalation. We do not want to see this turn into a military confrontation you know can wiser heads prevail. And let's think about the risks to the region because obviously if there were to be sort of a retaliatory attack to one of the Gulf countries or Saudi Arabia itself that would really heart Saudi Arabia and particularly at a time when they need things to be peaceful when they need things to be good for their economy because they're hosting the g twenty this year. They're trying to bring in foreign. Investors are trying to bring tourist wrist. This is not the time when you WANNA have a war right around the corner and it was just a few months ago that missile in drone strikes on Saudi oil facilities did a lot of damage to oil production there in Saudi Arabia. Arabia blamed Iran for that attack. Although Iran denied responsibility do you think that the Saudis were caught off guard by the killing of Sulamani by the United States. So it's an interesting question because there have been a couple of media reports suggesting that Saudi Arabia was not Informed or consulted ahead of time But I it doesn't seem surprising that perhaps this was a very quick attack. That Saudi Arabia was not informed about was caught off guard about about It's interesting that you mentioned the attack in September because Saudi Arabia actually so just stopped short of blaming Iran for that attack which was really interesting at the time I and a lot of people took that as a sign of Saudi Arabia trying to de-escalate and realizing we don't actually want more so they did go as far as to say Iraq had weapons were used in they even said the attack was launched from the north but I remember being at press conferences where we asked them was around behind this and they would not quite go there they would stop short of that. Okay and and in terms of the killing of Sulejmani were the Saudis happy about it do you think or do. They think that it was not good for them. Well there's been a real mixture of feelings because on the one hand so Damani is somebody who is widely viewed here as a war criminal in a state sponsored terrorist who had caused mayhem around the region through proxy wars supporting militias. So there was actually quite a lot of celebration in the Saudi media and from Saudi pundits and commentators but at the same time you did see simultaneous kind of concern and worry about the potential for that to escalate into a wider conflict. So you saw people saying we're glad so. They money's dead but let's be careful that this doesn't turn into a war you know. I was wondering as people were talking about General Suleimani and the fact that he was really The military commander for all of Iran's activities what effect His death will have on the war in Yemen which has been kind of a proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia. It's a bit too early early to say but we've already seen even before his death steps and effort toward ending Saudi Arabia's his involvement in the war in Yemen thought at this point. The war in Yemen has really devolved into this complex civil war. You know merged with famine and this horrible humanitarian catastrophe. So I don't think we can really talk about an end to the war in an easier way but you do see that. Saudi Arabia does seem to be moving towards trying to disengage and trying to kind of end their role in that conflict which seems to be part of a broader strategy to take a step back from some of the crises and conflicts that the kingdom has gotten involved in over the past couple of years. Does it appear to so you that because of the recent of flare up in tensions that maybe there is a chance right now for the longstanding rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia to kind of cool down for them to move toward a detente. That's a very good question and something that a lot of people are asking in the region right now now for two reasons first of all because there have been reports of some sort of talks perhaps going on between Saudi Arabia Iran whether those have been through intermediaries perhaps add Oscar Pakistan or whether they have been more kind of tier two unofficial think-tank level engagements has not really clear clear. But there has been a lot of chatter about our Saudi Arabia and Iran. Actually engaging in talks over the past few months prior to this killing and then the second question is whether the killing of Damani Johny ultimately could perhaps open up some space for Saudi Arabia add on to have some sort of talk because he was a large roadblock in the view of Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries towards any kind of negotiated when the Ron because they viewed his role in these proxy wars and it Cetera. Something they just couldn't stomach and now he's gone. Vivian near I'm reporter for Bloomberg based in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. Thank you thank you so
Dr. Patrick Clawson Breaks Down the U.S.-Iran Crisis
"After after the US assassinated Iranian General Qassem Sulamani last Thursday night cable news and social media were inundated with people sharing their thoughts. What's on what the strike would mean for the future of the Middle East and whether it might mean war between the US and Iran? This week I spoke with two foremost Middle East. Experts is to clear the noise and get the real sense of what this all means. I here's my interview with Dr Patrick. CLAWSON director of research at the Washington Institute a fluent Farsi Speaker an eminent Iran expert. Who helped us understand what is going on right now inside Iran? Patrick thank you so much for joining us. Yes thanks for having me now. I saw a few people comparing the other night. The assassination of Qassams Sulamani to if an enemy had killed the American American Vice President Chairman of the joint she says staff of the Armed Forces and the director of the CIA all rolled into one. I'm not sure if that's exactly Accurate but it certainly gets. The point across that Sumani was a hugely important figure in Iran. Who did most of his work outside of the country? So maybe you can tell us who was costume Sumani when he was only responsive to the supreme leader so he was somebody operated outside completely outside of the control rule the elected government and he had had quite a low profile until the battle against Isis when is is the Islamic state launched some spectacular tax writing Tehran against the modulus parliament and against Khomeini's tune. Many the Iranians became afraid that Isis was going to wound their country your same way that it unexpectedly rolled across northern Iraq and over much just Syria and there was the perception that was the role luminary guards particular vessel money who saves the country from that fate and that really is what launched him on this past being so incredibly popular and then he capitalized on on this by showing up on the front lines and the battles against Isis and the battles against the opponents of the Syrian regime and he showed up on the front lines. It's both in Iraq and Syria repeatedly tried to claim credit for Iran For the battle against Isis which was not very deserved of course the irony is that it was the sectarian policies ultra sectarian policies. That Isis had the knicks had a push the Iraqi government to adopt which. We're so responsible for young Sudanese turning to Isis. They're only possible savior. And it's this part of the broader kind of complexity the day of the Middle East that you know when we think of maybe America's enemies or or Western enemies in the Middle East. We often think of well. I guess nowadays now as we think of the Sunni extremists Isis but kind of historically we think of Shiite extremists backed by Iran groups like Hezbollah for instance. Right right right and Iran has a long history of being prepared to work with the Sunni radicals at the same time that it's fighting. That's what it did with the Taliban with what with al Qaeda in Iraq would simultaneously work with and fight these organizations and so that history of Iran being both the firemen and the arsonist is what he wrong same approach Brought to the fight against Isis. What do we know about the specifics of the attack last week? That Killed Sumani. Well we know that it was remarkably stupid on the part are risky shall always say on the part of Some money and his key Iraqi interlocateur arguably the most important person in Iraq effectively able to control all the militia. Many who adopted the The Sudan Hondas To be in the same car they made a very attractive target so so the United States was able to track some of these movements across the Middle East he had become much less discreet over the years and decided they would interact attack attack him here at the Baghdad airport at a spot where there was no possibility of collateral damage is very isolated area now in the hours after the attack a lot out of elected officials and foreign policy types you know landed on roughly the same assessment. I would say they felt that Sumani was a bad actor Dr. no-one should shed any tears that he is dead. But without any serious strategy for what comes next they felt that the assassination wouldn't be helpful. Awful step do you share that assessment. Oh I think the fascination clearly had to be accompanied by a whole lot of additional steps and We won't have to see how things things unfold for instance. I would say that. It was pretty obvious that after the assassination Iran would pick some reprisals and the hope would be that The reprisals would be like like the ones that we saw the other night in the missiles fired at Iraq year basis actions which Iran could claim were bowled strikes against United States dates but which in fact inflicted very little damage. And if that's all Iran does well and Mr Trump's decision to take out Mr Solomon need look pretty good The question is what will come next. Will Iranians Start Planning something which they will carry out in the months ahead. That'll hokey much damage than what we've seen to date. Of course that wasn't the only staff writer. The Iranian regime also announced an additional degree of noncompliance with the JCP with twenty fifteen Iran. Deal right but that had nothing to do with saw money. I mean they've been saying for some time that they plan to announce that on January fifth and sure enough. They did so since we've been told ever since November fifth that every sixty days Iran would be announcing the next step. It was hardly surprised that Iran announced measures January fifth breath. And when they did they measures were markedly less veer than what people had fought in that the expectation ever since the November fifth actions of reducing adducing Iran's commitment to nuclear deal had been announced that a good chance that on January Feron would announce it's going to stop cooperating with the enhanced inspections nations by the International Atomic Energy Agency. He wanted nothing of the sort And Iran is still cooperating. Those enhanced inspections So what Iran announced in January fifth was if anything less than what people have thought they might get. Maybe you just have a cooler demeanor but you sound rather less concerned than a lot. Lot of people out there on Cable News on twitter. Would you say that there's less to be concerned about. Then some people are portraying the situation. Well I'm a believer in the muddle through theory of history three and the dramatic events or not as likely as muddling along. I would simply say that You always have to ask yourself once the alternative So for instance a number of people partially criticizing the decision to kill someone. Money are people harshly criticized trump's decision not to respond militarily early after the attack on Saudi oil facilities and if salamone in fact was planning terrorist attacks with killed dozens or more Americans uh-huh and he'd carried those out. Then these some of these critics would have been complaining that Mr Trump hadn't done anything to forestall the actions so I would just simply say that Often when you're in a tough situation all the options facing you are tough and imperfect and in this case Mr trump came down a very different side. They come down on over the last six months. I think that we calibrating had some merit to it. Call the goodness knows. This step was a very bold and potentially dangerous injury step. Let's just turn before ran. Let's just turn quickly to a little bit about how this killing has been received inside of the Islamic Republic of Iran Ron. You mentioned that Sumani is seen or had been seen within Iran kind of the figure who saved Iran from Isis or or from other bad actors in the region there were reportedly millions of Iranians at his funeral a gathering so massive that fifty people actually died in a stampede in the middle middle of the proceedings so to what degree is that due to him truly being a revered and beloved figure or is there some degree to which the turnout was is more a sign of fear of the regime and kind of a sense of needing to fall in line. Well the government's certainly encouraged and siltation people turning out. I wouldn't say that he was beloved and revered I would say that he was respected and that many people who can't stand the Islamic republic. We'll tell you look. We don't like the Revolutionary Guards yards at all but in their hand they did save us from a worse fate namely the Dash and furthermore that last summer when Iran I was having a record floods. It was the goods for us. which effectively organized relief thought areas after the government had turned out to be utterly incompetent doing that and so there were large numbers of people in several of the cities where the funerals were held Who felt a personal gratitude to for the coots force had done for them and their neighbors? But I don't think that he was so much loved as he was respected And the image that the regime constructed for him was not really entirely accurate. Put it mildly. I mean this is a man who is also a brutal thug at home as well as a terrorist abroad and It really was a clever marketing to take advantage of the role that you played against Isis. Won't he played in flood relief to make him into a popular figure. The last question. Since president trump reimpose sanctions on Iran. The value of the Iranian riyal has plummeted. I think the exchange rate eight today stands somewhere around forty two thousand riyal to a single. US dollar there have been major protests against the regime in recent months over over economic dissatisfaction. Yes but also interestingly pushing back on repression of women and and perhaps other social issues does the US killing Sulamani Johny weaken or strengthen the standing of the regime at home. I think that it makes a lot of rainy INS scared where the future is headed. And I don't think that's good for the regime so while it's certainly true that some of the money was a unifying figure in Iran. People Kinda got S- care net the possibility that it'll be war with the United States while all this is certainly something that will be watching very closely over the coming days and weeks weeks and months. Patrick thank you so much for joining us and sharing your
Crowds Mourn Soleimani in Tehran and Iraq Votes to Expel U.S. Troops
"Tens of thousands of mourners take to the streets in iran in the wake of the US killing general qassem soleimani johny iran is creeping iran is also angry we'll have more on the latest developments from the middle east and the impact on markets where the price of gold hit a six year
"johny" Discussed on The Two Of Us
"Music's breaks up there her interesting yeah. I just thought that so. Good it just literally the bills really foggy condense as well as my own relationship to the I am changes I feel. There's something about vibrations. Like in kind of numerical a science Detroit what vibration of life and a vibration of death and a vibration. Death will be around thirty eight but then you stop playing certain types of music and it just residual vibration seen so is as esoteric principle but that the idea that you when you vibrate Neville you have more energy no more life and music and immediately vibrate at the different energy advocacy hegemony. Yeah Yeah I definitely I was speaking consider Belgian Congolese my dome who fronts the group Zap. Mama in her was when when she takes a lot of her sounds from from forest where the pygmy communities they show and she said when she walked through the forest she can hear you like how even dance music is taken sounds from the forest the way the birds tweet and she could hear electronic music and she thinks as an antidote to the stresses of the manmade environment. Is that music is a kind of return to nature. So maybe I'll come at more less on making Music which I which I have done in the past immortal listening I think in the same way I think listening to music. I think office can channel in your pain. Sometimes if you're listening to especially someone like Miles Davis how there's something about listening to miles on. It's like he gets it and it's I listened to him. It's like an adult doesn't doesn't raise. My spirits. Exactly Allows Smith allows me to live leaving the pain because this music is it is a pain and so I feel that that that listening to music music is is very Cathartic and actually artists. The best artists managed channel. The world. Pain thank you know. I think that's why I'm using stills so important now and also I think that like we live in an era of social commentary everybody's social commentary onto it's everybody's opinion opinion music beautiful because abstracts and so it removes an atmospheres and suggestions in the language that is dictated necessarily is exploring feelings which I think we need to do more of a factory world that we live in the media as well isn't that that's that's what I love about music. You've just have a few balls on your end now. You don't need to know anything you're just end there lots. I was listening to Oscar Peterson before I came out and I go through phases of what I'm listening to I B Oskar and it was just and there's like that thing about having having different qualities within the music it was like a beautiful gentleness combined with a lot of confidence obviously the technical skill but this assurance sure and with their and the sort of even like side two songs. Do you know I mean have this sense of self air which I really liked and then you listen to something something. Every time we listen to it it has a you have a different relationship to it. It's my mazing. This is the last question before you do your musical leading mhm and this is a question. I always ask guests and it's interesting because you get lots of different answers and airs. Where is the love in your life or just loving general? Anyway when Charlie rose to I think in my writing. I'm trying to express love for people because I am intensely interested in people like I said somebody the other day the my friend who I travel with. He's like why do you talk to these. People could damage. Just Jesus. I see a music is just us for me to meet people in the show is going to be the show. Hey you know what I'm saying but rented the only interesting thing. Trump is meeting people and finding out about other people's lives on what they do and everything in it so so I'm very interested interested in people you know in the end zone. I think I have a low for people but you know the my my immediate love is my wife and my son and I think when my son was okay I never felt. Oh that type of love before my entire life was always strong me and her. We always get along. Well my love for my son. I'm just like Holy Shit. What is this feeling? You know the and it's just like this is insane and even even like even two d. this morning it's just like you wake him up just like kids. We need to get ready for school. UPS on up they say that the UK usually will. Yes I did. Did you see yes like like your breakfast is can we do some Ninja training. This excuse me job. Got Thirty seconds and Ninja in and he was like he went for it but good other we wanted to do you think. He's so in love with life insurance. That makes who think like how I feel less low because I want to be up in you know in you know what I'm saying. He brings a energy to me because this is my answer actually relates to that. Because I think what that is is the president and I was going to say that I find in the present and Eh and having a child keeps you in the president or your member. Some animals beautiful memories of being a child myself was getting up before anybody else going downstairs into the living room and before ten. TV or sit for a little bit and that'd be livenation blinds in the sunlight with drift through the break through the Venetian Russian blinds and watch the dose parts a clear in the light of the nation blinds. And then you lose the year or at least I have worried about the bills. I'm worried about the future about Washington. The past is very hard for me to stay in the present. When I'm with my daughter I get that wonderful mysterious stories? Feeling of the president could be walking down the street together. She's keeping me always every show in that moment and not to Golden. And that's where his youthful such auspicious announces going down to thank you before we swapped sides so Roger Robinson people can find you everywhere online they have and your social media trying to try to live with me man you know from things to tell the people and Johnny pits. That's Donnie Spelled J. O.. H. And Y.. Pets also your online everyone out both these men I just have to say. Listen to are just saying your life will be. I'm look up Janis. Fight to Grosse Ile African Great Sites. You'll need to basically put some lockouts and times in your calendar just for Africa. 'cause I was like this a lot. Hair Okay Skull Africa notes from like Europe and the sixth of June Jalis together vehicle alone communist yes have actually launch on the side. Eighty eight June in north west London with Gotland. Nubian Stephen Simmons and Omar Performing Nice. It's GonNa be it's GonNa be a great combination. Go poor former. I'll send it to okay is is one. That's been really great. I'm.
"johny" Discussed on The Two Of Us
"I'm from Trinidad in England and then going back to turn and so for a long time it was held dunks forgot pushes a we. An England is when I remembered because when I came back and then that was but I had symptoms of just getting loofah suit and things champion isolate yourself and stuff like that. I didn't understand what what depression type things were. I just like I just need a break from everybody. I wouldn't answer cancels. I just eat bread. Spread and choose everyday. Watch Oprah not up to much only now the education undesirable. Wow that's kind of loose cycle and I could see when it's coming us now. I knew if you think I'm prone to good answer. But now I know in his neck. I couldn't you know this an actions. I have to do to make sure I don't expose all Emma business but the first thing to do is make your goddamn bed. Do make your bed make your bed. Have a shower. Plan what you're supposed to do for the day start executing cuting it bring a friend meet up with them not to tell them all yours but just to keep in contact with people because my thing is when when I'm low isolate yea isolate so hold on from the university really relate to it which was good for me. When I'm feeling depressed? I stopped being able to do the my really relate to making your bad. It's like if I'm than anything else. I may bad I'm clean claimed. Go clean as long dom that you know those things when you're in a good state take more effort yes than anything. Thank you know so. It's really really good advice while also I'm also married also. My wife really knows me so she sees me slipping a Oh not this and sometimes you know it happens less and less now because you know you live with someone and somebody else the CD the seeds of it you know but more more than I was living alone like you could just be like I was always into poetry now so what was read poetry even if I was and so it's something that can like pick me up so reading poetry thing. I think poetry has played an essential social and psychological in my life to keep my spirits up in so yeah I wanNA give more about watching Oprah tell you and I like is quite interesting because I feel like an oprah barrel worse definitely part of the self help industry and I often wonder if it's very American and you you can do whatever you want to do but I i. Some message falls flat when you really don't know whether it helps or whether he actually hinders how you manage expectations. Because you feel like Oprah I should be able to get open and beat the world but I don't know what's happened the way always easy I think for though even though house got this so gung Ho American Week and everything. One part of Oprah's brandis incredible friendliness. You know what I mean. There's a warmth and I don't know sometimes having these the idea of the chat show in the familiarity. I'm feeling like oh it's a friend you haven't met yet and you're in safe hands because associates so capable as well that perhaps I don't know but perhaps as part of it as well but I know what you mean about this sort of like you can do it when you feeling in your car so I'm going to return to the first question you don't there's really no lost in so Rogge's very poignant story so I've kind of lost what. What was the question again? The question of the very heavy handed question was a how did Racism impact your mental health. A new growing up and hot. What's changed the I don't I kind of have to agree with Rajin industry software for me? I kind of quite confident and sustained by my surroundings. I grew up in the ear number of prisoners. Eve Hamad so eloquently really summed up a who we all were on either side that my role terraced houses were Yemeni. Families really grew with the community also the Jamaican and Somalian community and it seemed like Prince Mohammad since speak week froze all when he four and after a five way talk talking to mixture of up and then praise our law foods win as if a AH Thick Yorkshire accent as all these things were were made sense is one thing and of course it did so I I I felt very confident. Growing up in Sheffield and I didn't feel like my race really affected by mental health for me. I think key the key thing did affect mental health was class and specifically moving to London and suddenly realize that I'm working class northern. You know I had no idea of that. And people always a northerner do these reductivist impressions of northerners which always evolved sheep person and Even now is the voice who brought some times supplement my income do voice over work. And you'll never hear me on the high end at selling betting on so so for me. I became very aware of classroom to London and class for me is as a language and had to learn from scratch to speak a completely different language and it was amazing and I feel like actually with Brexit. You you've seen the real disjuncture of of the class system in this country because I remember Komen and speaking itself weighing people who would a call themselves. left-wing the liberal would solve smirk or Orem also of that. That were demonize me. If I if I didn't speak this sort of educated left-wing language that I just had to had to learn from scratch snow always Jones. You know you're always book chops. The demonization of the working classes talks about how he will be around. All these enlightened friends who went to Oxford and Cambridge ambridge talking about you know if anybody used a racial slur that'd be kicked out of the group but yet they felt free to use the word chaff. You know and I was shelf. Basically you know and for me learning the codes learning how to get on in the media industry and in in the industry that I work in literary industry has been hasn't been good for mental health chilly. Yeah it's not just being literate literate in in in in in English English language literate in in middle class upper middle class dealers is what impact has it had mental health confidence and a not. Nope not being able to be authentic. I feel like I think anytime. It's only now that I've been living in for like ten years. So now the and managed to find the middle ground between Froman Martin. Maybe going for for a long time and and I wouldn't want to be. I want to express myself and you know you have to hide who you are if you want to get on or because of Tony Blair's Brin commodified away from and so I found that like the way I got on in the media industry was sort of make a joke. An commodifying my northern this and be this black guy with an Afro spoke with Yorkshire. And it's not good for your self confidence it really isn't and and I feel like I was many years living in London. I felt very drift. I'm really lost Trying to find something to anchor myself to say so weird because the Brexit I feel like I'm really the hall of in many ways of all the all the disjunction I was feeling in my own identity really came out to play in Brek ceremony. The lead up to the referendum. I'm an astonishing. An astonishing arrogance and ignorance from my educated. Middle Cusp London. About the state of the country people homeowners multimillionaires. If you own a property in London you have lots of large assets who were completely ignorant about the lives of people outside a London and then at the same time. Does this coin racism from the White Kids style group within Sheffield so I was lost for many years and Brexit really silver pin down but the problems were and how. Oh because I was gonna ask you both a question about brexit because I think it's a question that impacts everybody lots of different ways. Obviously that like this. The less of privilege allege like you say you know the sort of a wealthy liberals with huge assets and the ignorance about that. I'm I knew sort of touched on that when you think of Brexit Roger Does that happen impact. What impact does that have on you rather than into as well Dell's intellectual emotionally? I suppose breaks it exposed me many surprises I'm from North Hampton and devoted to leave I've But what was surprising was this. I winced to my local Baba's which is a black bubbles. Not Detainee in one Nigerian one for anybody. Listen from Northampton. I'm all of them. Were talking about being pro brexit and I couldn't believe my ears as I you guys nuts Knots to the entire. Everyone was immigrant was second generation. EMMER was talking about because it's full of eastern Europeans hospital other they do. And then I realized that media has an incredible part to play in Brexit and even though they were black an immigrant there were still kind of consuming working-class media and been they believe the working class media. Bob Is you'll always see a some unconfessed media Ghanem and they took it hook line and sinker. I think other than the ideas of working class media. That's very powerful and also answer to how quickly generations are white people will forget where their grandparents came from so two appropriate support says who had Italian immigrant grandparents but yet the Cockney supercop knee and everything and they're talking about yet right above bub-bubba. Italian is new name Italian yet. My grandfather was an immigrant. I'm English as a at Whoa Dude. That's that's really interesting because if you if your grandparents came out Beasley telling to get out and you could see them blinking. Not being able to compute what so that the whole idea in in terms of if you want to assimilate a big part of it is forgetting as quickly as possible. The the generations before who probably suffered before you in a Jewish friend who says his brother as soon as she landed was more English English sent to boarding school and tried to get into English and will not even talk about being Jewish amongst friends at all in fact it seemed like she was trying to forget about what I didn't get. I thought well this is the thing you don't generations trying to assimilate and forget I'm thinking of going to think it's where this is just 'cause I like star treks but my star trek analogy is the bog which was about this hive. Mind assimilating light thing and losing your identity and although that's like extreme example but that's what you say my new so you have to forget as quickly as possible and it's like the opposite of story it's like that forgetting is anti story as that you're because the stories of the way you maintain your identity or cultural identity entity the complexities of what your identity is like even if the identity shifting or like in the inbetween spaces. That's the way you do at that point. I'd like you both to stress from work. So I Roger I shall look at Johnny go deafness poem from. Oh quite long go for on Wall Street girling I are you reading from your phone. You can't do that. 'cause be slow Bigazzi that'd be slowing forever. Yes if you do a poem about way off from it will fit in really nicely. This is about I guess the disappearing of of a culture shot that isn't you know isn't considered culture and isn't preserved ties into talking about an it's called the spectres of buildings..
Bert Explained: State of the Art Language Model for NLP
"By my own personal final accounting burt is a sufficiently advanced technology and therefore tautological is magic the what is Bert. You've got to separate that in two generally areas I the bird architecture and we'll get to that but it's a very clever way of making machine learning find its way to a solution. It's providing some smart mechanisms so that when standard learning approaches are applied basically gradient descent and that sort of thing thing that it is at least plausible hopefully likely that in some unquantified period of time this unsupervised learning model will we'll develop a particularly useful and informed encoding boo not a good T. L. D. R. Let's try that again so T. L. Dr Burt Bert accepts text as input. This texts can be of arbitrary length that is a property that isn't true in a lot of historic settings the fact that sentences or a variable length and in fact in a document roughly speaking the further apart two sentences are from one another probably correlates with how much they relate into each other but it's also not that unusual for page. I Dunno ninety seven of a book to reference something of page seven in the same book having no mentions between eight ninety ninety six and expect the reader to connect those two ideas connect the definition or whatever the case may be now of course some authors are more talented at that than others but but without a doubt a true language understanding machine would amongst other things need to be able to look at arbitrary links of text. You know a model that only looks at the last last fifty words. I built a lot of stuff like that. It solves reasonable problems blunt instrumentation but that can get the job done so okay. The input is raw text text arbitrary length which is great. There's even folk wisdom about how you can split up a document in either by paragraphs or sentences or whatever so one document becomes a series collector's. Oh yeah the vector so Bert you give it as input that text and output comes a fixed length numeric vector so for the sake of this podcast cast. Let's pretend that it's a three dimensional embedding space and got X. Y. Z. The real bird or at least burt base. I guess I should say there's a whole little taxonomy Johny of birds in different variants that I will not be getting into here but the base burt is a seven hundred sixty eight dimensional vector no problem linear era algebra is linear that number is even a point of research and the original bird paper which I found it hard to believe only hit the archive October Kolber eleventh two thousand eighteen my gosh it has taken the world by storm since then Burton all the subsequent things we really didn't episode on Elmo that everyone should go back and check check out if you missed that one elmo sort of the precursor to Berta in some ways the inspiration and in other ways the benchmark has the burt paper has a really interesting way of presenting its. It's formalism it goes to great lengths to restrict a certain type of training of its model to be more or less at parity with what the ELMO team did in other words trying to say hey we're not gonNA cheat by just using more computer hardware because powder resources. You just throw more money. It wouldn't be surprising that you train a better model and then they went onset. Onset will okay if we also relaxed that constraint and see what is our model do unbounded now we have appointed comparison between how Mohan Burt and we can look at a larger training set head of Burton's see how it does as well in terms of I guess would a business person would call the return on investment from training that larger model and quite frankly paying for the computer hardware to keep it in memory.
A Crash Course in Business Model Innovation
"Technological innovation and business model innovation are really the same thing and this is really pervasive found in the high tech stuff that word where you might have have technical founders which initially might believe that all they need is technology that innovation to succeed in the marketplace but in reality what you need it's really business model innovation which comes down in understanding your customers and the problems that they're facing before you've been provide technical a solution so what i'm saying is that by believing that technology innovation. He's the same thing of business moderation. You believe that by providing a technical solution generally ever accompany back if you have a technical solution that nobody wants. You don't have a company so this is very important to understand business. Model innovation starts by defining the problem has clearly as possible embalmed standing the customers esley possible amana standing would existing sitting affinities. They're using and then after that creating technology product that can help them actually saw that specific problem not. Let's get it forward. Let's understand what's to be smarter than it's really made the different abilities locks and it can be defined as an only stick repeatable and scalable week to create and capture value now. Let the stanford what's the mindset behind the business model innovation business model innovation. It's about using experimentation in the entire british ship world so we're enterpreneurs use to make most of the decisions based on gas. Now we the business model innovation. We won't introduce a bit of experimentation so that we can actually speed up the process of launching successful businesses and and especially if we want to minimize the time that we waste and financial resources that we waste in the businesses which will never beat successful so again be smaller than innovation is about experimentation and a business model is just unexpected meant that an interpreter he strained to implement in the real world so so if scientists have actually you know experiments in the lab to test their ideas an entrepreneur can actually manufacture a business model to see if this is gonna work in the world and if it does this is going to be an opportunity to build a viable business so where scientists is gonna cry to prove let the <unk> interpreter actually gonna try to grab a market opportunity and these different <unk> otherwise is very easy to confuse enterpreneur for a scientist. Those are very different girls with very different objectives now. Let's forward and lessen the stand that difference between just digital as a small end the so-called platform business model i won't do i like the french vehicles settled misunderstanding around the topic so as in the digital allege many companies have a website as soon as they actually open up their website. They call themselves apply for a waiver of lot from business this model. It's something more complex than that. Let me give you a weak example when you go on amazon and you buy a product chances are this product is not a actually relative the made by amazon but is the product which she's <hes> sand by a third party seller on damage platform therefore amazon is not just johny homers amazon is a platform is about from business model because on needs website it all third party sellers which are actually selling their products products through amazon and amazon is using these inventories to fulfill to actually delivered the sprouts for since in many cases so again in this case as ahmanson platform because it's managing the bhakti products so is not just setting its products so he's not selling. It's france in linear way way so just like a normal basis but it's managing the interactions on the platform and the mortar company manages in deductions the more it is about from business model it is also leveraging on data and it is leveraging on technology which is able to process the state up to actually create what we call in the business world network took effect to mean that the more users free might join a bat from the more the platform might become actually valuable that for if you have a website and you start to build your product and savvy to your customers. This is a very linear business end as sach. These is not latte from business model. You can always start a new governor. Wastelands form your company in the platform obese model if it makes sense because in some cases blood from mrs models actually a very high degree of scabby and because they can take advantage of what we called network effects but in reality in most cases you want to focus initially on building your linear business zone offering products or services that you own or that you can actually deliver alert unless of course you're building marketplace which is different kinds of business on now. Let's say really quick glance and understanding between the into business models amazon google facebook now if we look at john actually look like as ecommerce business model from the outside. If luke luke winning company we can see the company's seven when it -sition strategies from a._w._s. Which is a lot from which is an ecosystem which is different from the main platform <hes> which targets free since ski customers accompanies and depth of winning companies like seals and so the existing looks quite different from in the ecommerce spot from and then it also has another -tising machine which targets free since a third party sellers which sells items on the platform itself so again <unk>. If at it superficially we might conclude and if you look at the meditation we met concluded that i'm he's primarily an ecommerce. It's not then if look at google which is cold alphabet the the primary company. If you look at the money decision again we might conclude the google is still a media business but in reality if look more indepth weekend realized that google really is a diversified as when in fact it says police since android platform which is mobile up from that is stem that has different logics compared to the other parts of the business and again even if he makes most of its money still from the product it's alerts business although steve primarily a media company including a company like facebook facebook three neverthe- advertising machine and if you look at the news feed which is the primary asset to the company and that's where most most the money's made and today named percent of all of his grandma's are coming from advertising invisible the products like messenger or <hes> eastern ram which also add up to the monetization strategy company so if you ask me what's miss molly. We'll see stephanie facebook. It's still primarily under -tising businessman now. If you look at the door that you have available to actually uranium business that are similar to say you can use emmy allied three tools the first one the business model canvas by alexander also wonder these of any <hes> do which can be used and it's made the <unk> blocks that can help you understand any candle handle business. <unk> of the business model canvas called the lean canvas by ash manja. N._b._c.'s also useful for companies which are starting from scratch because it suited to focus on understanding the key customers and the problems that they're facing with existing <unk> tentatives existing democracies have their in which is called scaling cam which extracted from the book the skating by golden by rid of mine co-founder of lincoln. Actually it is a a tool that looks modern ovation by leveraging on for growth factors and avoiding to vote leaders now without going join do much into that. Those are some of the tools that you can use of course you can find them on for week m._b._a. But now just to finalize and a few key takeaways these reasons modal innovation. It's really about experimentation. He tweeted about you know manufacturing experiments reward so that you can minimize the time takes to build a successful
UK's Johnson moves to suspend Parliament ahead of Brexit
"Hell has broken loose this morning. As boris johnson announced his intention to schedule a queen's speech on the fourteenth of october and suspend parliament for the four or five weeks beforehand james this completely appended the battle between boris johnson the anti no deal factions in parliament so yesterday you had the opposition bodies coming together so they basically look look at passing a law to force boris johnson to seek an extension. This is essentially dining streets response. I it is a move designed to massively limit the amount aalto time available for passing any such law and it is essentially saying to m._p.'s when palmer returns on tuesday you'll ever need to know confidence me all except for i'm basically kept my my way essentially but you also see in this letter here center m._p.'s as well so abortions and he is trying to save piece bear with me. I'm still aiming for deal so this is still not a government. This is explicitly aiming for no deal now. I think you can't say this is in tani. Johny normal constitutional procedure in the length of the population is long is long by modern signs is a very long one but it is also not a totally unprecedented maneuver people who came out you know coups and we're all getting over heated because this is what what happens before queen speech but obviously the time you miss queensmead is designed to limit as much as possible for legislative options available to suppose m._p.'s trying to stop a not brexit and is about. Do you think the opposition m._p.'s failed to get the act together to watch respond to this properly. They are going to be able to get. I bet act together because even they yesterday we had three different things saying they will do anything anything possible to stop and they still brexit we also saw in that frenzy of activity quite how split these groups are even the turks jeremy cope with physician leaders basically broke up with the the two different groups who jeremy corbyn those he invited saying slightly different things about what they degrade them and then you've got the church house declaration which was organized ice bhai formulate m._p. Luciana perjuring existing labour m._p. Steven downs he hit which again is a slightly different grouping of m._p. As some of you wouldn't want to work with jeremy corbyn there were few torey empty signed that declaration but then if you'd have to the conservative group which it doesn't have a leader doesn't have a name of the quds squads that has a split as we were discussing on yesterday's pause between those who want to stop no deal and those who actually want to stop brexit and they've been coming up up against these differences for months now perhaps boris johnson is done the favor by basically eighty forcing them into some kind of action but it's very difficult to see how they are going to be able to agree over the next few days. What that course of action is going to be and on who's going entity in charge of in yellow thing. This is a reminder of these downing street is not going to play by the conventional rules which is ah wanted that evacuate a bill which was designed to make the prime minister seeking extension were because theresa may essentially cooperated with it. I think it's quite clear porcelain since prepared to perogie broke parliament in this matter if pond postal requiring him to seek an extension he would find some way to that that there's one obvious way to do that would repeat request extension in such a way e e would be bound to refuse it so for example parliament's as you got to request an extension bortles and says right so that's donald tusk saying <music>. I'm requesting. Essential palmans told me but by the way i'm going to be the most bloody difficult and obstreperous member of year you've ever seen i'm more offense. Century prevent you from functioning as an organization the e._u. Would refuse circumstances alternatively. He could say well. I wade davis so if you want to promise ican extension. You've got to bring me down. Bring them up. This whole signaled the no confidence vote in this whole issue of jeremy corbyn because obviously jeremy kobe doesn't allow anyone else become prime minister other than him but backing jeremy jeremy kuhlman is as his body was saying is is too much for lots of tory m._p.'s ano- say philosophy is growing group of independent m._p.'s. You've left that party or or arbor policies because ideological differences is it does seem that boston has slightly stepped away from the nuclear option that probation isn't going to happen over the brexit deadline headline on the first of october. Why do you think that is. I think it basically gives him enough time again. As james says to just tutorial m._p.'s that he does else he does still want to see a deal also gives him in time for the next few weeks and over the conference recess to do some of those negotiations but also to to set out domestic stole the letter that he said to 'em piece today basically tried to justify prorogation on grounds that the government needed a bold new domestic agenda and the time had already been wasted over the past three years with bill's very worthy but we've just really seen as a way of repulsing the time in parliament's and so that's his justification for education but what it also does means that the government can talk about what it wants to do domestically okay ahead of the election that everyone is now expecting to be called in reasonably short order
Dr Jill Biden, Mary Bruce Joe And Joe Biden discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"The new headline tonight in the race for twenty twenty johny joe biden's wife dr jill biden and what she said about her husband even if he's not your favorite candidate that that should not be the deciding factor according to her. Here's here's mary bruce joe. Biden with a blunt appeal to voters may like another kennedy better but you have to look at who is suddenly her pitch the even if you're not with joe biden on every issue you should support him anyway. If you want to beat trump your candidate might be federal on healthcare. Then then joe is but you've got to look at who's going to win this election and maybe you have to swallow a little bit and say okay. I personally like so so better for your bottom. Line has to be half trump's in iowa today. The former vice president asked about his wife's comments she she was making the case. You should pick the person you could win because none of our issues will matter if donald trump wins that was the point. It's also the point he's making in his first. I campaign ad we have to be done and all the polls agreed joe. Biden is the strongest democrat to do the job mary any reaction tonight from the other democratic candidates well david no response directly to joe biden's comments but biden's opponents say they can beat trump too. They argued that voters. Don't have to make this choice that they can follow their our principles and still defeat the president david. Mary bruce live in washington. Thanks
"johny" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"That's right. Johny who got dented the booth to seven traces player in the win. That'd be interesting. You would sure speaking bonnaroo underway, there, please welcome my bonnaroo, Kindy, Julie, right, here, heavy chewy. Yes. Oh, she's doing a little yoga. It's true. Yeah. I smell. Smell potpourri and marijuana. It really does. True. Yes. Have you have you shaved your legs lately? Oh, no. Oh all wrong. It's true. Oh. Are you gonna get naked on room? It's true. I guess so. So we're going to check your hip factor. This is bonnaroo from last night. Says grand ole Opry featuring special guest SABA. Never heard of space, Jesus space, Jesus. All the records. Twelfth planet. That one. Son.
"johny" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Johny Guinness with ninety three point one Kathy k yet is your money. It's, it's education. It's critical and I don't want to give the impression that I believe that absolutely positively everybody has to go get a four year degree. I don't believe that I do believe that regardless of what your specific plan is, you may be better off with a degree than without it. The data shows that people's ability to earn a livelihood with, with higher. Education is greater it has a positive impact on your lifetime, earning. Now, there may be some other factors that they kinda compromise. The empirical nature that data, for example, people who are more likely to be committed to a cause discipline and, and likely to stick through something may also have the same core. Qualifications to pursue other opportunities to enhance their overall income and quality of life. But I still think why not go for it. Even if you're the precise nature of the work that you intend to do doesn't necessarily, call for why not reap the benefit of that. If you can if it's within reach but to see this that shows that, that approaching fifty percent of college students in universities today believe they will not be able to repay those debts, not now not ever, and they're continuing to go, there continuing to take on the debt for something that will not provide its intended purpose. Your ability to make a livelihood. Seems to me to be so highly flawed that it calls for a major change in the way education services are delivered. And as much as I just just do not like the idea of government interfering with anything because it can be so easily allow stop this is an area, where I think some light needs to be shown to see exactly where things have gone off the rails because the cost of education has just absolutely exploded as expected that he will sign up for these. Very, very expensive loans. Straddle with forever. And, and they themselves believe is not going to get them in a position where they can they can meet their obligations. Why do they continue to do it? Nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty long distance callers. Eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty got thoughts on. I want to hear from you. Let's check in with Sean in Stockton, Sean, good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thank you for holding on, sir. Thank you got thirty three years experience in the construction trades as a small business and bristle at the thought of people going into it, because it's just a horrifying business to try and have you can't grow a small business in the trades. The CSL be calls it a license to steal and it really has I've worked for some of the biggest corporations in the world, and I've had the sue them for payment. Are you talking small business specific to construction trades? Correct. Yes. All the different trades plumbing, structural steel, well, who's, who's, who's the bandit in this relationship who's who's stealing in the money? General contractors and the owners align themselves, and they call it a mutual savings and. Licensed board calls license to steal, and they really don't support the small business side of the trades. They feel that that's something for the civil courts. But the civil courts don't reprimand him for breaking laws. So, so, so are you looking at this from the perspective of a small businessman, you're you a contractor? Especially trades contractor, which means what I do or did do a structural steel and. Architectural stuff, and I as now, general contractors, and I've gone to contract, manufacturing and new products. I have several cases against some of these people that are very difficult to settle in and get paid for. Yeah. Case it out. So anybody that is interested in the trades. I would recommend that they do it a second. Go to work for somebody else. Hey Sean, I appreciate the call. I hate to do this to, but we've got another emergency alert system broadcast. We've got to get to have to cut you off appreciate your call. You trust Christine. AM Shane tomorrow. While you drive to work the fight over a proposed.
"johny" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Hundred eighteen Luca Johny coming forth with she got me and you got to put things in perspective here as quite easy to think about negative stuff about the you know the U._k.. Coming lost again but you're GONNA look at Switzerland of never got into the top ten at least since nineteen ninety-three I'd since then they've been lavishing not qualifying coming lost coming second loss coming fourteenth so you know if if you think that the U._K.. Has it badge pour out Switzerland but then this year they have done what they did in twenty in nineteen ninety-three like up themselves you know the a bit of ethic in that they've made it contemporary <hes> what do simple mall from any cotton in nineteen ninety three was just at right at the time when French ballot music was doing incredibly well. Celine Dion was riding high in the charts arts in the early nineties and the mid nineties and of course this year you know the likes of d'esposito are <hes> is incredibly popular in the U._K.. Charts and all around the world and also aleni forever fragrant has been very popular from Cypress launched year and it has a slight influence. I'm sure you know with the Swiss performance in those were song but that type of music that type of performance is very contemporary so I sort Ah Eker exactly what rob mentioned earlier we need to be more contemporary and picking all Eurovision Songs no point picking things that we think that Europe were like because we think in Britain there isn't absolutely cheese. I you know that it's just in our awful pop music but it's it's more than that these days. Your vision is changing. It's not like what's Harry Wagon told you years ago is moving on so dunk. Fail disheartened about Michael Rice's resolves you look at the bigger picture and you have to in this <hes> in this situation certainly so pick yourself off the floor of the United Kingdom. Dust yourself down everything. Everything is going to be our gang bright. Let's move swiftly on to on next on it. We're GONNA play the next song we're gonNA play as the one that came second indeed as the Italian entry. So actually this was only about twenty twenty eight points or sire Eh between Italy and the Netherlands so in all honesty it was point point a close close close fighting there <hes> wherever Italy could have won the contest almost but then of course Sweden got a really low amount of public votes sorry hence why they dropped down to sex after announcement of their points sorry nets gurneys into the Italian.
President, Donald Trump And Don Mcgann discussed on Clark Howard
"Special counsel. Robert Muller said if we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of Justice. We would so state mother said we are unable to reach that judgment. The report was more definitive about collusion despite finding hundreds of contacts between the Trump campaign and the Russians were joined now by three members of the ABC news investigative team. Chris Vlasto Johnson Tucci in Matt Moscow. Matt let's start with you. If I could numerous links, the report said between Russia and those in the Trump orbit, but insufficient evidence to support a criminal charge. Yeah. I mean, you just nailed it. Basically, there is no legal charge of collusion. And the attorney general came out this morning and told the world that there was no legal finding of criminal activity. In terms of conspiracy or coordination between Russians and the Trump campaign. But this is hundreds of pages of detailed examples of what I think the average person might consider something close to collusion. A lot of conversation. A lot of discussion between Russian agents seeking to influence the election seeking to help the Trump campaign and eager and willing followers from the Trump campaign who wanted to get that help or certainly didn't turn it away. So I think in that way, even though it was not a criminal indictment of the president. It was an indictment of him in some respects Matha contacts involve business, it involved campaign dirt it involved a scope of of different connections that it appeared the Russians were trying to make with associates of the Trump campaign if nothing. Was there an incident or two that was outlined that stuck out to you as as either particularly noteworthy or particularly damning, I think one thing that stood out as particularly noteworthy were comments from Michael Flynn who was one of the one of candidate trumps close to closest advisers, and who went into the White House for a brief period who said that the president was aggressive in his desire for the campaign team to find Hillary Clinton's missing thirty thousand emails, and that the people working on the campaign and Flint among them responded to that that they actually went in various ways in pursuit of Hillary's emails. And so it's not a distant leap to go from from there to what ultimately happened, which is the hacking of of the. Allies to the Clintons and the Democratic National Committee. John lemme ask you to even as the the the the president has for the last couple of years called everything fake news. The the the way the report outlines some of what the president has said or done. Everything seems true everything that's been reported or that was at least suspected seems to be validated by by the report. So how is the president going to be responding? Well, listen, I mean, anybody that's covered. Donald Trump knows that the two words fake news or not gonna leave his vernacular. But the reality is, you're totally right. I mean, you you go through the scenarios that we were hearing over the course of the last two plus years at Donald Trump has been inside the Oval Office and the conversations that he was having with some of his top aides and some of his former aides about trying to remove Jeff Sessions multiple times. Trying to remove special counsel, Robert Muller things that we were reporting and tracking are all laid out in black and white based on interviews at the special counsel headed with many witnesses over the last twenty two months of his investigation, specifically, Erin, I think the amount of conversations that are detailed that the president had with his then White House counsel, Don Mcgann, trying to fire Jeff Sessions trying to fire special counsel, Robert Muller of the president reacting in one of the of reports details to a report in the New York Times that references a conversation. The president had what Mcgann about firing Robert Muller president. According to this report sees that story in the New York Times and demands that Don Mcgann gets out there and says that that's not true. The Don Mcgann, apparently shoots back. We'll that would be lying, sir. And you know, the president calls down Mcgann, quote, allying bastard. I mean, you just really get that inside fly on the wall feel from this report of what was happening in the Oval Office during some of these tense moments that we were reporting out in real time. Are they're going to be any repercussions. We had heard that a number of aides to the president or or Republicans in Trump's orbit generally were a little nervous. Not because of what the content was going to reveal. But because the report was going to reveal that they had said it about the president. Listen, I think that Donald Trump is going to take away from this report what he wants, right? So we know that as far as collusion he is taking that as a complete and total victory will he know what some of his aides said about him. Sure. But at the same time, you know, the president put everyone out there to cooperate. This White House did not push back on anybody going in for interviews. They didn't stop a handover of documents almost one point two million. We've heard that numerous times from Rudy Julie. Johny? But you know, I think the people that were nervous about this. And we did hear some of that reporting as you mentioned over the last couple of days are people that frankly, my understanding don't really have a relationship with the president anymore done Mcgann has no ongoing relationship with the president or his inner circle. Other people that told the truth and and good spelled out there like Corey Lindau sqi e details the conversation with the president with the president asked him to go deliver. A message to Jeff Sessions Lewin, douse key is one of the president's most trusted advisers. He still travels with the president today on board Air Force One. And I do not expect that to change chris'll returned to you. What's the portrait of the president that's painted by this report, even absent a criminal charge or or the specter of a criminal charge? What did we learn from this report about Donald Trump? Well, I think it it. We learn the the worst part for Donald Trump is back. The mount of lies the sheer volume of lies. He lies to the press. All the time. He lies in tweets. He gets back wrong, the Washington Post, but to have a prosecutor detailed in such a way that may be the lingering effect of this. And I I know that the Democrats the leadership is saying that there's they're not going to impeach. And I think because they learn the lesson of Bill Clinton. But the reason they put I think they're hoping for the Democrats is that when people go to the polls two years from now they're gonna look at this amount of deception and lying, and that's going to be a problem for the president. I know he thinks that the base is ninety percent behind him. But that but this portrait of the consistency. The disregard for the truth. That's a hard thing to overcome when? It's going to live now for history in black and white. I think late at night when he's sitting at home tonight in mar-a-lago. He's going to be wondering this is my this is my portrait this is what I will live in history forever. And I think the quote out of that he knew it when he said when the appointment with the think sessions, and he used an expletive and said, my presidency is expletive. He knew what this meant. He knew what this legacy is going to be whether it's going to bog him down, and he can't do the job. But now he's going to have to live with this for the next two years in terms of crisis communications crisis. PR it's hard to argue this as anything, but a masterful performance given the volume of bad facts that are stacked up in this report he has managed to blunt most of that most of what we saw here we already knew about. And so it's very easy for. For Trump and his allies to say this all feels old and there because there's no criminal charge. That is at the end of this. It's also easy for him to say that it ultimately bore no fruit yet, we see four hundred plus pages of of of an outcome, but to the general public it's hard to know how they'll take away from it. Matt moss. Chris Vlasto Johnson chief from the ABC news investigative unit. President Trump actually said nothing publicly after the reports released but took to his preferred medium Twitter to restate what has been his mantra all along quote. I had the right to end the whole witch on if
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Plastic cutlery, plates and straws could be banned in the EU
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Gov. Jerry Brown appears at national press club
"Johny ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou it's kfi am six forty visiting the doddering jerry brown that he appeared today at the national press club in washington dc well we should play this war clip because he made headlines for this now i guess in the end he's asking if the trump administration's at war with california but when you think about it california's one of the past the sanctuary state pill who started this war it goes beyond that because apparently everybody in sacramento from jerry brown to havi all the legislature and kevin danielle is fighting trump on several fronts including illegal immigration and climate change and all that stuff so let's listen to this clip is this a war on california's this a war on the engine of our american economy and innovation go to silicon valley look at these people say these are people who come from somewhere else their skin and their whole presentation these chinese these are indian what these are little eastern people persians iraqis business america we didn't get built on just the indigenous people far from it we destroy the indigenous he's making a pitch for immigration just generic pitch and crediting the silicon valley foreigners for helping build the economy but that's legal immigration correct you see what he does again it's what he's doing this is everything act by the hand the people love to say this in fact they mix illegal immigration with legal immigration and say immigration is wonderful why would you be against most people in fact trump's whole proposal is let's let in meritbased immigration exactly the people that old baldy is talking about all the tech geniuses let them in don't have all these unskilled largely uneducated poor people come pouring in because we can handle it that's trump wants to go to a merit based legal immigration so so so.