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With Prop. 22, Uber and Lyft hope to keep drivers as contractors in California
"Proposition. Twenty two is on the ballot in California right now, it's an initiative sponsored by Uber Lift Jordache and other Gig work platforms that would exempt at based ride hailing companies, Uber and lift basically and food delivery companies from a new state law that requires them to classify drivers as employees. Instead of independent contractors give companies have poured nearly two hundred million dollars into the yes on prop twenty. Two campaign that makes it the most expensive ballot initiative in state history they also threatened to leave California or dramatically raise prices. If it doesn't pass a loss loss, though could embolden other states to insist that APP companies hire their drivers. So let's dig into this fight in quality assurance. The Friday segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story Sam Harnett is a reporter for. In San Francisco. The good companies are saying if this doesn't pass, we're going to have to potentially suspend service in California and if it passes Uber lift and the rest of the companies will be able to continue operating. The way they were we're operating before their workers would be contractors that means they wouldn't have basic employee protections, unemployment shirts, workers, compensation, and the way this proposition is written, that will be pretty much locked in. There's this seven eighths provisions, which means if it takes seven days of the Senate and assembly in California to make any changes to this proposition and local jurisdictions, cities and counties couldn't make any changes to give gig workers more benefits. Do these sort of same restrictions. This kind of like overturn ability does that apply even if the companies are forced to classify their workers as employees? Well, if you know if proposition twenty, two dozen pass workers will become employees but you know these companies still have billions of dollars and they're gonNA, keep fighting this to claw I mean they see this as an existential threat to their business model so on the one side, if prop twenty passes, the gig model looks pretty solid I mean maybe something federally could lead to a change maybe there could be a lawsuit over procedurally in in the proposition like maybe that seven as provision I mentioned. But it's going to be there on the flip side. If proposition twenty, two dozen pass, you can expect another self of the GIG. Companies. Pretty Pretty. quickly I mean. This is a California ballot proposition but I wonder what implications could it have if it doesn't pass for the GIG, economy nationally Oh huge. I think everybody nationally and internationally is looking at this case you know over the last couple years, you've seen the California Supreme Court the California legislature, and now the attorney general go after these companies and tell them that you know your workers are actually employees and they need basic protections, and if the GIG companies are successful and using the ballot box to defy the three branches of government and maintain their business model I, think a lot of other states and a lot of other countries are going to see that as well the companies they want right
It’s a Ballot Fight for Survival for Gig Companies Like Uber in California
"Twenty two is on the ballot in California right now, it's an initiative sponsored by Uber Lift Jordache and other Gig work platforms that would exempt at based ride hailing companies, Uber and lift basically and food delivery companies from a new state law that requires them to classify drivers as employees. Instead of independent contractors give companies have poured nearly two hundred million dollars into the yes on prop twenty. Two campaign that makes it the most expensive ballot initiative in state history they also threatened to leave California or dramatically raise prices. If it doesn't pass a loss loss, though could embolden other states to insist that APP companies hire their drivers. So let's dig into this fight in quality assurance. The Friday segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story Sam Harnett is a reporter for. In San Francisco. The good companies are saying if this doesn't pass, we're going to have to potentially suspend service in California and if it passes Uber lift and the rest of the companies will be able to continue operating. The way they were we're operating before their workers would be contractors that means they wouldn't have basic employee protections, unemployment shirts, workers, compensation, and the way this proposition is written, that will be pretty much locked in. There's this seven eighths provisions, which means if it takes seven days of the Senate and assembly in California to make any changes to this proposition and local jurisdictions, cities and counties couldn't make any changes to give gig workers more benefits. Do these sort of same restrictions. This kind of like overturn ability does that apply even if the companies are forced to classify their workers as employees? Well, if you know if proposition twenty, two dozen pass workers will become employees but you know these companies still have billions of dollars and they're gonNA, keep fighting this to claw I mean they see this as an existential threat to their business model so on the one side, if prop twenty passes, the gig model looks pretty solid I mean maybe something federally could lead to a change maybe there could be a lawsuit over procedurally in in the proposition like maybe that seven as provision I mentioned. But it's going to be there on the flip side. If proposition twenty, two dozen pass, you can expect another self of the GIG. Companies. Pretty Pretty. quickly I mean. This is a California ballot proposition but I wonder what implications could it have if it doesn't pass for the GIG, economy nationally Oh huge. I think everybody nationally and internationally is looking at this case you know over the last couple years, you've seen the California Supreme Court the California legislature, and now the attorney general go after these companies and tell them that you know your workers are actually employees and they need basic protections, and if the GIG companies are successful and using the ballot box to defy the three branches of government and maintain their business model I, think a lot of other states and a lot of other countries are going to see that as well the companies they want right
Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek
"A. From wondering David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September thirtieth. It's hardly a stretch to say that the pandemic has been delivery services, best friend, take-out meals, or so much more attractive when we're avoiding other people that's meant a surge in revenue for leaders and Hungary rivals Uber Eats and door dash in the second quarter ubereats. Gross delivery bookings totaled almost seven billion dollars a jump of well over one hundred percent from q one. Before we all started eating in as a privately held company door dashes keeping a lot of data to itself but the number of people using dash doubled from ten million last year to twenty million now according to research firm Emarketer. Possibly, to Ubereats Chagrin Jordache became so ubiquitous that it was responsible for more than half of all US meal delivery in April. Wow. That's according to market researcher. Edison Trans last week linked in named DOOR DASH number two on its list of top fifty startups based in part on exuberant hiring plans. The companies expected to go public by the end of the year Uber eats holds about thirty percent of US market share despite their rapid growth neither door dash nor ubereats has yet turned a profit chew on. Then these rivals are employing ever more creative marketing strategies in their efforts to. Become or remain top takeout dog ubereats constructed a quirky ad campaign that celebrates competition itself a sort of Meta Mezei the latest ads featuring unusual rivalry between get this star wars and star Trek. They star none other than Mark Hamill Luke skywalker in star wars and Sir. Patrick Stewart's Star Trek's Captain John Luc Picard they compete ferociously almost grimly in games of air hockey and connect for. But when an uber driver delivers a delectable dish, each breaks the foreboding mood to politely thanked the driver in this Ad. Stewart. Armed with Cricket Bat and Hamill carrying a baseball bat in a dark empty warehouse. Tonight. I'll be eating a Veggie cheeseburger. On Shibata. No tomatoes. Tonight I'll be eating four cheese. Tortellini. With extra tomorrow. Tony. Stewart so it's come to the. Thank you. Proper. Part of what makes the spot? So amusing is that the argument tomato tomato is, of course from the classic George Gershwin. Song, let's call the whole thing off. But of course, neither UBER EATS NOR DOOR DASH is planning to call the whole thing off quite the opposite if takeout became essential in March, it's remaining. So in could see even more growth this winter, a second wave of the virus causes more lockdowns. In Uber Eats case, the company says the campaign celebrating rivalries already been a huge success in Australia Taiwan Japan, where it launched last year and ad featuring Kim Kardashian and a fictional Australian character pushed uber eats brand awareness in Australia two levels quote on par with McDonnell's the company told Ad Week the new Stewart Hamill Lads bring the campaign to the US in Canada but whether the cleverness of ubereats his ad campaign can steal away
What Drives the NBA 2K League with OG King Curt
"Momentum especially in the last few months a lot of people watching NBA Two k. one of the most watched NBA to gate broadcast ever as the players not for the to Kaley Mba players actually played to gate a tournament back in May I think it was is just been a lot of momentum around the game and the eastward seen as a whole. Now I know everything is better now those payouts are great. The contracts are gay but whatever I talk with people at ease sports always this level of nostalgia for the own the old days of the grassroots tired of its the hotel ballroom tired of its is there anything for those old days that you miss about him where it was just people coming together play for passionate or just everything better now? I'll tell you it's fifty fifty I mean I. Always remember where I came from in. Just the memorable experiences I had throughout this journey. But fortunately for me since I was basically Pioneer Aninat space is that I still get the the see some of the same people I'm bed. You know help me get started along the way that's from players to current managers and GM. So is Kinda like You know we all grew up together. So to speak in being able to see where we came from to where we are now is is is something that I still have to pinch myself from time to time and in and realize where I really came from and where I'm at. Definitely the NBA Two K. as fourteen is always felt like this really tight knit circle. There's. Just, the people that have been around this sports scene for a long time and had a driver for so long and it seems like there's just this this core group of people who are so passionate about it at our Dow in these elevated roles at the Abates UK leak working with be franchises and doing broadcasts that are being seen by thousands of thousands of people. It's pretty awesome to say. Now, definitely like I said it's I. Call Dream Work of course is is challenging I'm I've learned a lot of different things along the way because you know you go you go from being a grassroots, a tournament and league organizer out to actually working with the NBA. Franchising using the same model. That they use to to build brands and sponsorships with their actual NBA team. So I'm you know although I've had extreme knowledge into K learning getting over into the NBA aspect of it as far as brandon sponsors is definitely a grew me up time last couple years. doubt the NBA I mean that's just it's another level that that nowy sports is are we look at the NBA and the brands they've brought it to the NBA to Kaley I'm total brand new done a lot of writing for ad week. So run through some of these Att Bud Light Champion Hyper X. panerabread. Tips I don't even know how to say that would Swiss watches a new era stickers Jordache gave stop there's so many brands that are part of the two k-league at subway more so that even you sports leagues that a better established for a really long time. The NBA Two K. League just has all these grads. That's really thanks to the the connections of the NBA and the knowledge the NBA has in in pursuing the sponsorships. Law Without a doubt I mean when you hear those three letters NBA a, it's attractive and and a lot of brands want to be affiliated with it, and then you know in partnership to us with the phillies teams is the same concept. You know you hit a Brooklyn Nets or Golden State Warriors and Ben by the fact that they have affiliate teams, I'm they just WANNA find a way to be a part of an and has been very beneficial for teams like like Ma. Daphne really excited
How Oliver Kharraz Built Zocdoc
"One of the most challenging problems for startups that offer to connect customers with service providers is what's known as the chicken and egg problem. This is the problem companies like AIRBNB and lift had to solve without homeless things in the case of AIRBNB or drivers. In the case of lift, you'd have no customers but at the beginning, neither of these companies had any customer. So convincing people to list their homes or drivers to offer rides to strangers was not. An easy thing to overcome and Tony? Shoe. The CO founder of Jordache on the show back in two thousand eighteen had the same problem. When he started out, he needed customers who wanted food delivered to their homes henny needed lots of restaurants to participate. But you can't get restaurants without the customer demand and you can't get those customers without lots of restaurants. Same thing with class pass and Birch box you need both sides of the market to buy in. And back in two thousand, seven in New York City Oliver Curme. Had, the quintessential chicken and egg problem he and his co founder. Cyrus Masumi trying to launch Zach Doc. It's an online service that takes a lot of the pain and frustration at of booking doctor's appointment. You can go online find the type of doctor you need plug in your insurance and then book an appointment through system that's directly linked to that doctors. Calendar, a super simple and smart idea, right. But back in two thousand, seven Oliver Cyrus had to convince doctors that this was a service worth paying for. But then why should they pay for it if it were not potential patients and meanwhile oliver and Cyrus, had to show potential patients that this was a service with lots of great doctors to choose from. All those chickens and all those eggs took a long time to bring together. And then after growing slowly, and then quickly Oliver faced his biggest growing pain of all the realization that he had to completely revamp the business bottle of doc if it was going to survive. A decision that was so painful. It actually led to the break-up of his nearly ten year partnership with Cyrus. But let's start at the beginning. Oliver Karaz was born and raised in Germany mostly in rural parts of the country his mother was German and his father was from Iran in came from a long line of doctors. For me, it really starts in some ways with my dad and. The timing rapidly had every reason to become a social activist and and so he came to Germany from the Middle East when he was very young around twenty with no money in his pocket no language skills. And you personally then worked on of odd jobs, but he eventually became a psychiatrist but what has really shaped me much more than being born in Berlin is. Social. Active. Isn't that I that I saw him live and that he really made our family mattress we always talked about talent responsibility and the need to use. Whatever telling behind to help those. Around us that we can make a difference. Given that your father was Iranian and your mother was was sort of. German. An Uber even though you were born in Germany, did you feel did you feel as Germany everybody else? So I didn't have a second identity. We only used spoke German at home and yet. As you say I was also a not always fully accepted. So if I give you an example, my school twelve hundred students and you could pick out to the didn't look like everyone else and I was one of them right and even an enlightened country like Germany. That is notable. So I had what I call a visual accent would people would see me on the street and they would ask me how to speak German. So well and But they also school the skipped my name when reading out scores because they weren't sure how to pronounce my last name and opportunities taken away and even at was physically threatened so i. I think that really shaping in many ways because I realized. Very early that in order to be as successful as everyone around me I would have to be dramatically better in really work much much harder than anyone else and so that used to be strong work ethic
"jordache" Discussed on SuperMamas
"I ordered windchills Jordache like I had a box of wind chills in a Bagel with cream cheese so I had like a Bagel with cream cheese and and and donate for for dinner on Saturday night then on Sunday warned me. I had the rest of the donuts for breakfast. We order goes ahead to talk radio and then my husband order Order don't it's again with other place that was so it was like the Muslim I've ever had so had an entire donut. And then Monday I woke up and I was like. I don't like the way like I felt like my body physically. Felt like like shit running through my veins heavy. Yeah heavy it was just. It was so weird that way my body felt I had Undenied just had parole decks and Broccoli for breakfast and then that the day had my glucose test new So you're supposed to only fast for two hours so I did. It in Maluku test was fine. I don't I don't of anything it's fine. It's still well within the healthy range. From where my glucose level was D? Four to where it is today. I think he went from like seventy to like one hundred thirteen. Which is still normal other than normal but my normal is anywhere between like fifty. Eighty my my personal normal two hundred thirteen to me even though healthwise. I'm fine that or have to do anything. I just got like a little bit not. I'm not concerned I'm fine but I just thought. Oh my God. Self conscious yeah. I'm like okay so now have to. I can't just continue to live this way so this week for breakfast and dinner. Yeah I mean. I can't talk them so I decided that for the less loss because I realized I I mean I. I only have ten weeks left to being pregnant. That's.
Cloud Kitchen Platform with Ashley Colpaart
"Ashley Cole Part. Welcome to software and Jiang daily. Thanks for having me. There are a variety of ways that I can order food on my phone these days. I've got UBEREATS and Jordache Post mates and these. Apps first came out six or seven years ago and I was just ordering food from normal restaurants. A courier was picking up the food from the restaurant but today the market has matured. And it's gotten more sophisticated. How has the world changed due to the fact that there is so much volume going through food delivery APPS? I don't I don't know if I even have the answer to that. It's like there's more on demand couriers and workers that are able to kind of make their own hours set their own hours and work when they feel like it. And there's more people that are able to you know get a pizza or a sandwich or Sushi. Brought to them at any place in their community without having to leave their office or the park or wherever they are so. It's more like it's a convenience economy and people are able to just get get what they need when they wanted. And that's the biggest change I think. That's that's the society's feeling. Could you explain the term cloud kitchen? Sure so like you mentioned in the in the question. Is You know people. Typically restaurants would produce food for delivery and it would be kind of coming directly out of their restaurant kitchen but with a rise in delivery and the rise with demand in delivery restaurants are feeling strapped and constrained by that rise because most restaurants are not designed for delivery designed for in restaurant dining. It's just a different model. So the idea of a cloud kitchen is to really centralize the production of food producers. So that it's easier for delivery drivers to pick these things up and deliver them direct to consumer so a lot of the Times. The larger companies are playing with data. They're seeing a large demand through these delivery. Apps for specific types of food in their able to cater to that demand by creating what they call virtual restaurant concepts that may exist only in the cloud. They may just be a brand that exists only in the cloud that delivers food and or they could be a restaurant that needed to expand into delivery and so decided to rent a kitchen space. Off-site off premise. From their restaurant they keep the same brand. They optimize their menu for delivery. But they're doing that. Production in a large facility. Can you kind of think of a warehouse that has multiple kitchen units in it and you can imagine multiple brands making multiple types of food under one roof? These kinds of giant industrial warehouse. Kitchens where today there could be multiple virtual restaurants existing in them. Did these kinds of warehouse sized kitchens exist before there were food delivery apps and the desire for these cloud kitchens. Yeah I think that the original version of this concept was the mall food court where you could bring a family of five to the mall. Food Court in your daughter wants a hot dog and you want chicken tenders or Mexican food or or whatever and you're able to kind of get all of those slices from one food court. It's a little similar to that except for that the pickup option tends to not be existent in these in these facilities. So I would say that was like the first version of that and it's also funny you know having a new term coined by the industry so the cloud kitchen or the ghost kitchen or or virtual restaurant like technical branded terms for something that's existed a long time which is the idea of commissary kitchen which is just a centralized location for mass food production when those of existed since we started having the necessity for licensed commercial spaces that are you know licensed by the health department. Can you tell me about the business model of these warehouse? Kitchens Shire so there's there's a couple of different models that are trying to gain some market traction right now one would be the the warehouse model where there's again multiple brands under one roof. But they're renting out these spaces to an existing brand and the brand rents the space and access to the distribution channels and technology. Just so they have a turnkey situation for which sell this food as an extension of their existing brand another model that is emerging is the facility itself is in Unbrella Company for their own brands. So you might have kind of a a wing shop in a burrito place at a Sushi restaurant but they're all owned by the same kind of restaurant group or LLC that oversees the facility and they are optimizing their menus and optimizing their production and menus based on the concept that they have under that roof some of the food that I might order on from a food delivery APP. Some of it might come from a virtual restaurant that runs entirely out of these warehouse. Kitchens when did we start to see virtual restaurants start to appear on? These APPS. Like Uber Eats. When did it start to to be the case that I am not necessarily ordering from a restaurant? This is somewhat of a new phenomenon. This is kind of more in the last three to five years. I think New York City was the first place that it saw the rise in in the ability to do this and to optimize for it and since then you know as the VC money starts flowing in in the concept starts to gain traction within the business world you start seeing them popping up kind of all over the place the problem is or concern is to the consumer. It's difficult to tell where your food is coming from. In this is kind of at odds with the consumer demand of wanting at the same time to have more knowledge about where their food comes from so that disentanglement and not knowing is coming from an existing restaurant is coming from a commissary kitchen. Is this coming from a cloud kitchen or frankly is this coming from. Somebody's home kitchen where they're just producing it home. And then hopping on one of these delivery APPs. It's Kinda hard to tell. We don't really know that there's a lot of looseness happening with it. So let's say I want to set up my own virtual restaurant today. So let's say I have an idea for a restaurant that serves exclusively toast. It serves Geez. Toast cinnamon sugar toast French toast. I WANNA get started immediately. I want to start as fast as I can today to start selling my toast. What's required to set up a virtual restaurant for me? So the first thing you'll need is a business license or an LLC to kind of operate legally you then as a producer. If you're going to be the one that's going to be preparing the food you'll need to get food handler card and be legally. Have the adequate food service training that your health department requires you then need access to a licensed commercial kitchen space and so an existing kitchen that is licensed to produce food. You could oftentimes folks would like Kitchen space from an existing restaurant that had time when it wasn't operating or you can use what's called shared use kitchens where the business models to rent out space so commissary kitchens shared use kitchen's kind of the same thing but they're allowed to rent hourly through monthly plans and then you can access that space you'll then want kind of optimize your menu and figure out where you're going to buy your food from have that food delivered to the kitchen on hand so that when you are ready to operate it there and then you you know hop on one of these sites and you create an account with the delivery APP so that you can post your menus and poster hours and then sit around and wait for folks to find you if you haven't you know. Put in a lot of the legwork to have built your brand up so that folks know who you are what you are so the value that these aggregate irs bring to a new brand that might be trying to gain. Traction is visibility to a broad base of consumers that are hungry. So when you know you're searching for something to eat and I see you know you're toast company and I'm hungry and I was craving toast. I can search for toasted and find you. And what kind of deal does my virtual restaurant make with the warehouse kitchen so oftentimes are going to be like long term leases where they're leasing space for their production so there's usually a monthly lease bannon. There's oftentimes a lease or some sort of contract around the data and the access to the platforms as well. And what about with the food delivery APPS? What kind of relationship do I have is a virtual restaurant with food delivery APP companies? I don't know if I know the answer to that. I think they're all changing. They're all trying to optimize that relationship. And so I think you're using a third party application to mar essentially market your your brand through their APP. And then there's a percent of anything that kind of flows through that that you're paying to APP for them connecting you with the consumer demand. You run a company and you make software called the food corridor. This software for shared kitchen management. Explain what your software does sure so we are essentially a an ERP for the shared kitchen industry. So as I mentioned earlier the idea of a shared kitchen is not a new phenomenon. These types of kitchens have been operating for for decades based on the idea that in order to sell food to consumers you need to produce it in a license commercial facility. Oftentimes these can cost over fifty thousand dollars to build on your own or outfit and if you are just getting started as a food business or or or seasonal food business. It doesn't really make sense for you to to pay for that type of capital infrastructure. Meant so the idea shared spaces much like the co working spaces that you share the cold storage. You share the Freezer Space. You share the docking. You should the dry storage and you're renting the facility in booking time in that kitchen when it's available in new operate during those times so what? Our software does is kind of manages the back end relationship between the owner of the kitchen and the food businesses that rent from them so we essentially allow for scheduling and booking we do compliance document management for managing the business license the insurance in the food handler card of all the renters. We also manage the billing and allow for monthly plans and added fees in storage so that they can manage that relationship. Kinda get out of the office in back into the kitchen to support those food business. In in the businesses that are operating out of the facility. So the customer is the warehouse kitchen itself. Yeah the customer is the shared kitchen themselves. Yeah the owner operator up. The
Coronavirus corrections and the rise of remote work
"Let's talk about the markets. There's no avoiding this. If you track technology if you track startups venture capital all that good stuff you see what happens to the public markets and in the last couple of days. It's been a complete shellacking. I think it's pretty much the only way to put it. We haven't seen declines at this magnitude in some time and it's gotten everyone in the talking about what's going on and what might happen next. Danny just giving you a gut check to the listeners. And all of our friends out there. How surprised are you by this eventual and kind of finally happened moment in the US stock market completely? Not surprised I mean I I I. We're not allowed to actively trade but I did trade my 401k portfolio into a money market fund. Like two weeks ago. So I'm quite pleased with the The the choice I actually sold at literally the peak a couple of weeks ago and so so I feel vindicated like my. My retirement is secure all five hundred dollars of it. I was GONNA say this is not actually a show designed to. Let's Brag but I'll give you three points for that one. I'm doing the old fashioned like long term investing. Keep your money where it is. Let it do whatever thing. So we'll see who's right in the end for people just catching up though if you're not active in the US stock market stocks have fallen tremendously over ten percent last couple of days and that was is really been kind of following the US news cycle so as the corona virus. The kind of thing that has come out of the disease world. I'm not a doctor that's best. I can do has become more prevalent both internationally closing more borders impacting more economies heritage anymore trade routes and also popping up here at home. Concern has risen. Also we're beginning to see impacts of the lengthy shuttering of large parts of China reflect it in trade and supply chain disruptions companies like Microsoft booking holdings which ones booking dot com and utanics have highlighted issues in their revenue and earnings coming up so the the slowdown is here after weeks of talking about any kind of expecting it and finally Goldman which you've all heard of they forecasted that. Us companies will have zero growth in twenty twenty which is pretty damning because growth is kind of what powers the stock market's expansion and that's kind of the the bad news. Sas companies are also taking a hit any. Am I missing any Any bad news here. Obviously people are dying Thousands of people are being marooned hundreds of millions in China and around. The world have been quarantined so those are the headlines but I I think what's interesting is is. There's there's two patterns here one is I want to focus in on zoom or let's call Zoom Zoom Zoom. The video conferencing software. That also helps us. Equity is having the best time of its Goddamn effing life so they they have doubled the stock value in just the last couple of weeks from the low sixty S in early December to about one hundred fourteen as a recording the show so eighty eighty dollars per cent and its market. Cap is now at almost thirty. Two billion dollars and I I I'm kind of annoyed by this. But it's Kinda funny just to point out that therefore pe ratio is four hundred. Thirty five right now and to Yahoo Finance has them as overvalued but I do think I do think the virus I mean the upshot of this is that because all the flights are being canceled. You know a ton of conferences. We just heard today that F. Eight the big facebook developer's conference were hearing. People are pulling out of the game developers conference. Sf next month GTC. There's even talk about Tokyo Olympics later this summer possibly being cancelled. I think we're actually going to see a huge gift around remote work. We talk about remote work. We've seen a lot of companies in recent justed around in a company. That's doing like remote conferences. But I think the virus is really going to force companies and decision makers to really ask like. Do you need to fly to do the sales meeting? Do you need to fly to this conference to learn something? Do you need to drive to a seminar and I? I do think we're going to see a shift in the economy where people go actually remote. We're Kinda works okay. We're we have tools and and and it's changed a lot last decade. Yeah I mean won't people might not know this but tech crunch itself as relatively remote I organization and my work history has been majority remote. I worked for with the next web for my first four years as a journalist and they were based in Amsterdam and I was in Chicago and then SF. I never went to the actual office once in that time period so to me this is relatively normal but I think for a lot of folks. He's always been discussed point. Not a re- realize reality so I'll be curious to see if that does work up. Certainly zoom other future of products and other companies. That kind of service people that are not in the same room might do well. I would say given zooms rapid value appreciation that racine's active trading as opposed to fundamental value. But certainly it's a stock to keep in mind if you haven't caught up on what's going on with red at Wall Street beds and the Stock Market. Take a look. It's kind of fun if you WANNA get a window into how the chat rooms of the nineties that helped pump stocks have now turned into semi closed at four. It's quite adventure zoom. I'm not saying it's part of that pump and dump world but it reminds me of some of the value appreciation. We've seen at other stocks that have him in the last couple of months. I think you know this is a question around Tesla. We brought up in a bunch of other stocks. Might take away from that is if you're trading over the counter OTC stocks penny stocks. Okay fine there's not a lot of liquidity. You can actually do a lot on the ticket and whatnot stocks. Let's zoom as an example thirty two billion market CAP company. You have to have a lot of money to move that share price one way or the other. If you're maybe maybe everyone's long and therefore like almost no one's willing to to sell and so therefore your your price gets kind of moved higher and higher but my my assumption is that that's not true and certainly for most of these big tech companies like Microsoft near trillion dollar market cap company. Like ain't no one can you. Can you can be you know. Warren Buffett Go. I'm going to buy the whole stock and the stock price will early move. That's the scale. I think we're talking about love the shares so it might change as the Margaret hits volatility and and whatnot but to me. It was blown way out of proportion. Well I hope so. That would mean there's less manipulation the stock market in values and more reasonable. So let's hope you're right but it is a fun story regardless but let's move along away from the main public markets to talk about a company that wants to join public company world which door dash after quite a long time of hearing to this company will go public kind of a needed win for both. Softbank And the Vision Fund Jordache filed confidentially to go public. And Danny. I want you to tell us the difference between filing to go public and filing privately to go public yes for companies that are under about a billion in revenue the jobs act plenty twelve allows startups to file basically there s one without having to do it publicly so generally speaking in the process you file publicly which means you literally to the web and then the SEC gives you feedback on that dock. You might make changes some some individual if you remember like what was a community adjusted revenue or some of these may not it was community adjusted so it was adjusted. Eba which is already super chested. Right brave ever GonNa give back on that. This purchase designed to encourage companies to go public earlier at least get feedback on there. S ones and to do it in such way like if if the numbers don't turn out well or some things get blocked by the SEC. You have time to sort of recover without kind of embarrassing yourself in public. The reason we actually find out about most of these confidential s ones that the bankers know that they're going to become real public wants and so the file confidentially then leaked to the press and go. Gee someone somewhere has filed something things about this one. Why would the companies do this? Well if you let these file privately when they're smaller it lets them a decrease in the amount of risk they take on making the on ramp to public markets have been easier and the number of companies has fallen sharply in the last. I forget the timeframe like ten twenty years. So this is a way to help. Bolster that number again and also with if you recall back to Osama's private IPO file or private direct listing filing. I guess technically they are putting out press releases saying we've done this. So they're they're filing privately telling you publicly they will go public but it's private for now and that's very twenty twenty but it's also. Kinda key dynamic to understand you look at the IPO market for this year. Now announcing your stealth fundraise. Yes very much like saying we have cool things over here. You may not see them. You're exactly it's the it's the sneaker drop it's yes it's the sneaker. That's the thing when shoes come out for a short period of time. I'm not cool. I turned thirty. I lost all ability to have coolness anymore. Now We're both in our thirties. Now which I think means that will never be cool again on door dash though Danny mentioned that if you have less than a certain amount of revenue you can file privately. Keep in mind that door dashes right about the sides so we have a suspicion that this was kind of the end of the time period in which they could file privately. Because they're about to be to Lart so let's get into the numbers and talk a little bit about what we have here. The company is worth around thirteen billion. But which is a large number not the most valuable private companies have ever seen we work at its Peak Uber Pre IPO. Those were both larger but certainly a decca corn and evaluate company. The company was valued at one point. Four billion in two thousand eighteen to give you understand how fast it's appreciated in value and that is driven by tons and tons of private capital often come in through the lens started after lengthy accounts of Division Fund but the company has attracted capital firm Kleiner and sequoia throughout its history. So a lot of backers. Put a lot of money this company for different reasons at different stages. But it's welland and it has some comps so we're not talking about a company completely abstract Danny. Just run us through some quickly and then we'll talk about its results. Yeah so I think the the the big cop here is so you know Oberlin public. We now have a lot of data from ubereats which is one of its sub business lines but in Q. Four thousand nine hundred ending December.
Uber Sells India Food Business to Zomato to Cut Losses
"News from the weekend came from hoover which announced that it is selling. Its Uber eats business. In India to a company called Zoom auto the move marks yet another retrenchment by the American ride hailing company as it hopes to move closer to profitability now. Zumbado is buying breeze. India in Uber calls a All stock stock transaction which gives Uber a nine point nine nine percent ownership in zoo motto. That doesn't feel like a lot so let's talk about whose motto is. What company company managed to get Uber Eats India for small percentage of itself? Well the motto is what Uber described as quote one of the largest food apps in India and according to my research is this morning it has raised over nine hundred million dollars according to quench base data. Now this is kind of fun. It's funding history includes a series A. B. See D E F G Age I N J rounds followed by a corporate round and private equity round. Now some of that might be scrammed. Little bit in the history telling but it's an insane amount of money from people exequatur capital and financial and Tomasa Holdings so. This company has raised a Jillion in dollars. Now the context here's Uber has given up on large parts of the global market for services over time. You remember it son. It's ride hailing business in China given up on ride hailing Russia and now food delivery in India. I bring up those three examples because they're enormous markets. The context for this is simple. Uber needs to lose less money. Money and as it turns out while Ubereats is a pretty cool place for it to play around the world. It's a very expensive business for the recently public company. So kind of awake goes and bits and pieces is now how quickly Uber can grow. It's total business will shedding some loss. Making entities is the next question. There's more turmoil. However in the food delivery market with GRUB HUB BOB? Another business that you've probably heard up under pressure in the United States to other cell itself or do something and of course there's post maids which still hasn't publicly filed and isn't really really technically for sale even though it is to find an acquirer summary Food delivery is a damn business. Good Luck Jordache.
Domino's climbs despite earnings and revenue miss
"We're going to start with Domino's pizza third quarter profits and revenue came in lower than expected they cut their revenue guidance why is the stock up four percent this was not a this is a company that has I'm so well for so long this was not a great quarter and anytime you're cutting revenue guidance that's that doesn't go in the plus column so it's interesting you say that because the last I looked at the stock it was actually down so it must have rebounded for reasons unbeknownst to me this is like a personal to one for me I know we're not supposed to get him ocean about our stocks but I've been with this company both professionally and personally no really time for a decade and what what a wonderful story they really did everything you would wanNA company to do right Everything from being honest about the menu and revamping the choices too Oh embracing the digital world and and just great leadership over the years and the stock reacted I mean really great formats but now lately we're seeing through no fault of their own competition come in to to play and it's the folks like Uber eats endure dash in let's mates grandpa those guys and so what do you do when you're doing everything right and through no fault of euro and something comes into shock the system and either disarray intermediates or disrupts what you've been doing pretty darn well and so I actually feel bad even though you're not supposed to get emotional about your stocks I feel bad that this is impacting domino's business and it is and it will continue to do so because pizza and perhaps Chinese food is not the only game in town now when you WanNa get food delivered and that really will impact the business I feel like it's almost like a new normal the company will continue to do well they will continue to innovate can you to make pizza that I don't think is amazing but that people like it's just not going to be the the robust growth that they had over the last let's call it three six years because competition has come in I think the growth is goes back even before that and then th the person leading all that was Patrick Doyle and did a phenomenal final job over really the past decade as you said starting with the whole campaign where they came out and basically said Yeah Pizza's not that good we're gonNA work to make it under the digital revolution embracing all of that Patrick Doyle's no longer running the company rich allison took over in July doc it's early days for him as a CEO but it's off to a great start and and this is probably a little unfair but still no fun if you're if you're it's the combination of it's really tough act to follow because oil did an mazing job leaving leading this company as you said and maybe doyle that's part of his brilliant is deciding to leave at the right time but the next couple of quarters if they look like this where it's yes we're growing same store sales quarter over quarter year-over-year but not to the degree that we didn't have passed we're doing good not great then rich allison first year is probably going to be frowned upon yeah and looking into my crystal ball I think that is what we're going to see in fact the company is kind of telling us that with it with their guidance they replaced their three to five year forecast with the shorter term outlook. I guess you know kind of saying we it's harder for us to actually look out that far so we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA look out next two to three years but they've they've reigned in their growth there's going to look at too have percents same store sales in the next two to three years rather than three to six over the longer term so there signaling to us that the writing is on wall competition is real and that will impact numbers is two point four percent US ourselves which they just did this quarter is that a bad that's not a bad number it's just not as good as it was and the looks like the days of the four or five or six percent same store sales numbers could be behind them unless they come pull a rabbit out of a hat and come up with something that's pretty exciting and what those things usually are promotion will for example they offered half off online orders for a week in August they lost a twenty percent offer for late night orders in September you can do do that but what that ends up doing is impacting your margins because you're you're making less per pizza per unit of food that impacts your margins that impacts your profitability so you might get a boost in revenue but it'll be less profitable revenue per dollar it's interesting that a lot of the talk and I I think you're right in this regard is about the expanded competition in the world of anything can be delivered Jordache Uber et Cetera that being said Charleston also has the misfortune of taking the top job at domino's at a time when you're too of Pizza Hut's sponsorship with the NFL kick it's an Papa John's maybe turning the corner when maybe is the key over the next six months it'll be interesting to watch those two as betters and this whole issue of third party delivery where domino's continues to toe the line and say look we don't think the economics work that's why we're not doing it it'll be interesting to see six to twelve months from now if they're holding the line on that and in fact it works out for them or decide to maybe strike a deal with someone and then they can't fight the tide yet remains to be seen I have a feeling the answer is no but we'll see you know companies like McDonalds I think McDonald's might be the number one uber eats brand and I guess it's not surprising it's cheap you know I guess good if you like that kind of thing and and and people just want their their burgers and fries and and but again there are so many offerings how you want barbecue barbecue you want Indian food to get into you have anything you want so it has really changed the game it would be complete Lee surprising if that didn't take a bite out of market share or revenue from companies like like the traditional pizza companies so we'll have to see what the new normal is and and what stock price makes sense for the new normal the stock on the face of it is not necessarily expensive here even with the reduced insist turned twenty three times forward earnings look at Papa John's which is forty two times Papas struggling obviously stubborn values cummings forty two times forward earnings starbucks coming in the during those hearings are depressed so that you know that's Kinda why and we'll see if starboard can the ship there they have a great track record I wouldn't sleep on them they're going to get stuff done but the twenty three times of of Domino's is more in line with McDonald's twenty five times on the other end of the of the coin together at Tripoli that's over fifty times that that's pretty expensive here so not such an expensive stock but it's hard to get excited about a company that is signaling to you that weaknesses coming
"jordache" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"It's going to be awesome. Today is national potato a potato day. Guys know if you guys were aware now. So what do you do for national potato day. You eat a lot of potatoes so easily like fries. Is it von. I would say that <hes> huffington post. They have a list of from jordache of the most popular potato orders in in the u._s. In two thousand nineteen so far from ten to one oh and again these are these in different orders in different orders and potatoes. These are the the people all that are in charge of delivering all of your potato items to you. Number ten loaded tater tots zuma's sour cream bacon chives. The whole works works cheese. I prefer plaintiffs. Maybe i'll dip it in a little hot sauce or ketchup okay. I'm mike mike don't get ahead of yourself number nine home fries okay okay feeling it. No not really allowed to comment on this one yeah well. No no you all all right spoiler. Tater tots reemerged research. Yes that's what i was trying to get. I didn't want you getting upset over the idea that tater tots right lane not being represented <hes> i yeah i mean i'm. I'm pretty sure i'm going to be an yes for almost all of these things. I love myself a potato so no number eight potato skins. I love potato skins <hes> they remind me a childhood. Love is a strong word skins to me. They're fine their final now an appetizer yeah well yeah i wouldn't make them my main right but they're pretty good number seven baked potato ger- like a big here near that seems kind of low to me baby yeah this. I agree with that. I like like we're baked. Potato like opening up a bunch of butter in there some pepper the problem. I think with a baked potato took out all right. Where do you have a baked potato yeah well. You'd have it in like a steak house the problem with a baked potatoes. They can often be impractical like sort of like went like you said when you actually have them right. They're not necessary interesting now for it well. They're not necessarily versatile fair true number seven or six six tater tots mike plane. Thank thank you planning cells. Were high on my list. Pitcher gave made a resurgence man. Tater tots become seriously popular in the last few years by chick-fil-a but go at number five potato salad you get the they've taken the waffle fries yeah. That's that's a breakfast thing. You probably not up that early breakfast fourteen thirty baby kabibi potato salad yeah but you gotta do it right. You gotta do right. You just can't yeah potato salad sale folks. We screwed up potato. Let's call it like it is. I'm not doing potato salad. I'm not i i love from potatoes. You won't eat it or you won't make it it either. I love potatoes. Hello it's great type stuff like..
What CBS-Viacom Deal Means for Streaming
"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boosters reporting from the newsroom in new york and it is a deal c._b._s. Viacom to merge in a business buffeted by cable t._v. Court cutting increasingly dominated by streaming can to traditional media giants join together and take on a digital world answering deep new questions after these tech headlines vines chili's parent brinker international is trying to stay profitable as it rolls out more deals sales and delivery through jordache which is eating into profits even as the moves boost sales same store sales have bounced up and down lately and the sector remains challenging n._j._i._t. Brinker says it struck the most profitable deal with door dash it could to help boost margins on the expensive service. It's also helping boost checks by not including some deals dell's on menus for delivery as delivery customers at tend to be less value oriented snap unveils a new version of its video recording and video taking king sunglasses marking the social media companies latest attempt at making its first hardware product profitable the redesigned i wear called spectacles three is due out this fall and boasts dual cameras designed to capture three d. You can also expect a lightweight steel frame and circular lenses apple has surged five percent to two hundred and ten dollars and forty nine cents after u. S. t. r. announced iphones laptops would be spared until at least december from the the proposed ten percent tariffs on three hundred billion dollars in chinese goods. The reprieve is the second break. The trump administration has granted apple the company last year cut smart watches watches and wireless ear buds a similar break from plan tariffs other products that were spared including sneakers and apparel many analysts had expected apple to absorb the ten percent tariffs earth's what bush in particular predicted doing so would reduce its earnings per share this year by fifty cents to twelve dollars and eighty cents coming up the story. The of along thwarted merger ends with c._b._s. Viacom striking a deal better faster greener super micro resource-saving saving server and storage systems with intel's zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro grow dot com c._b._s. and viacom have agreed to merge the all-stock deal if completed. We'll create a major entertainment player. The deal did not come easily w._s._j. Reporter ben mullen terms the deal will create an entertainment player valued at around around thirty billion dollars in a deal valued viacom at around eleven point eight billion dollars in cases like this both companies are both sellers and buyers because they're exchanging stock for those financial. Oh news nerves out there. The stock exchange ratio is point five nine six two five which means at viacom shareholders will receive that many c._b._s. Shares for each vicompte share here that the own. Let's talk new content opportunities. The merge comes with many many more programming options for your streaming sensibilities got dora the explorer spongebob squarepants on the viacom side and then on the other side. You have things like the loudest voice with <hes> c._b._s.'s showtime premium cable channel on top of that. You have the c._b._s. Broadcast broadcast network and a ton of basic cable networks on the viacom side. Both companies also have direct consumer streaming services. Viacom has pluto t._v. Which is an ad supported streaming service and and c._b._s. C._b._s. alexis which you have to subscribe for big options are one thing however tuna a mobile an analyst at c._f. R._a._m. Research explains the main rationale now behind this agreement and the big trend. That's made itself comfortable in the media industry media companies. Try to gain more scale the bigger you get the for more content. Obviously you have and presumably the more leverage that you have when you're going to talk to distributors about distributing content. I seems to be the way that the industry has has been going more and more scale transition to direct to consumers as the case has been we are left content with our new streaming life the one that's not going going anywhere and the one that media companies are finally figuring out how to embrace consumers are dropping their traditional pay t._v. Offerings in favor of cheaper alternatives direct to consumer sumer so netflix has become more formidable names guys on hulu etc have entrenched themselves. That's why i think content providers and distributors have now kind of try to reinvent themselves to get a better competitive advantage by getting more more leverage due to a confluence of all of these factors for more details had to wsj.com that does it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.
Unpacking DoorDash's $410M Caviar acquisition
"Some big drop that we couldn't help but dig into which is that door dash which we talked about a long show is buying caviar which we haven't from square which never mentioned so I have a lot of questions gate but what is the gist of this deal yeah. Unfortunately I think I have more questions than answers at this point but I do love and we get to talk about breaking news is very exciting. Okay so about an hour ago. Jordache announced it had reached an agreement with square to purchase caviar which is the on on-demand food delivery and catering business from square for four hundred ten million in cash and stock so right now. We don't know how much of that deal is cash. And how much are that dealer Stock Alex. Do you have a guess as to which would be the majority will I would always say in a situation like this. The majority is going to be stock because every company to conserve cash as much as they can't. They lose money and we know Jordache does but we also know that door. Dash has raised a kind of astounding amount of private capital in the last twelve months. It's raised. I think goods one point two five billion in the last twelve months give or take so if they had to be more cash kate they could but I believe the original sale of caviar to square was all stock doc so I wouldn't be surprised if stock was the majority of the transaction yeah I agree. I mean Jordache has to be one of the most well capitalized private businesses that there is in the market today so you know they certainly are sitting on just mountains and mountains of cash so they have the ability to do that so the acquisition isn't surprising but you know I think and people were surprised and I know I was by them purchasing caviar because it already was owned by square and there are plenty of other businesses that it could have acquired in this food delivery space and I. I think we all expect consolidation. That just wasn't really the deal that I saw coming. I mean we're you surprised by this. I hadn't even heard the demers rumor that square wanted to get rid of caviar. Let alone that it was going to sell it for this amount of money because if you go back in time to two thousand sixteen square one and to off load caviar but it couldn't find a buyer even at a one hundred million dollars price tag so three years ago they were going to drop it for a quarter of what it so thwarts day and they couldn't find someone to pick it off their hands here comes door dash and okay so gently with a whole bunch of respect to people who have numbers that I don't it feels a bit like the overpaid yeah. I think we're in agreement. I'm a bit skeptical as to why they would pay four hundred ten million dollars. It's funny so you know going back in time. A Little Bit Square bought caviar five years ago and what you mentioned ninety ninety million dollars stockdale caviar emerged around same time. A lot of companies were were launching in the food delivery space like I was just doing some research you know a few minutes ago and caviar our sold square only a couple of months after they raised. I think it was like a thirteen million dollars series and just in that same couple of months post mates raised a six till sixteen million dollars series B so very interesting choosing to see like how both caviar on post may have evolved now post mates is getting ready to go public on its own at least that's what we're expecting and caviar is now changing hands with the second time will well. I mean ironically. I think we're GONNA see Caviar. Go public via door dash when Dora she eventually does go public and we were talking a little bit before the show in the question was when and so when I'm thinking I._P._O.. Timing I kind of consider like market conditions are favorable which could try people in the company raised. A lot of money. Recently can push an I._P._O.. <music> out or if you bought something that can also delay <unk> kind of an I._P._O.. And sorry well you can digest the acquisition but in this case I don't actually know how the three things triangulate into figuring you're not wind Jordache will eventually go but it has to worth twelve point six billion dollars right so it's one of the most valuable companies will go public. I'm guessing next year but so they just raised. I know you mentioned. They'd raised over a billion dollars in the last year alone but I was there. Last round was at a series G. I know we're working our way through the alphabet. At this point I think it was serious. Gene they as a two hundred and fifty million dollar round about a year ago there is a fourteen billion dollar round in February if memory holds up and is six hundred million dollar round in May so it's been bonkers <unk> over a door dash yeah and I mean I'm sure a lot of that. Capital raising is as a result of the fact that there's so much money in the market. They know they can bring it in there like let's do all they can but like you Dash May or may not be and just get a sense of like how much money they've been throwing out the window yeah well they would say invest they would quibble with your investing in growth. Here's here's one last year we should move onto the next story but <hes> do you recall when we were talking about actually even before you run the show Heck luck and coffee when they were first blowing up and raising piles house of money they were growing like you wouldn't believe they're growing. It feels Jordache is now and the mcgarth E. S. one and it was super unprofitable because it was so expensive zip and so I'm curious it. We'll see this company end up having a similar looking document other with different expenses because luck was stores one yeah yeah. I don't know I mean door. Dash is one of those companies is that I feel like behind closed doors. V._C.'s are like you wouldn't believe the growth and so all you hear is that and you're like wow they must have must have so many customers they they must be making so much money but then yeah I think when you end up actually looking at the year like okay so this is what people were so excited about like these thought that Uber was going to be doomed without Travis Stratos all right. They're not always correct so many many things but they're not always correct so perhaps in this case will be
"jordache" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"It definitely makes me a not really WANNA use jordache which I don't really use anyway because I've had some other problems with them and be if I were to use door dash I wanted to cash and maybe I'll start tipping cash anyway for these places yeah and this all kinds of shared economy thing just because it's exploded so much and I am a person who get delivered to my house several times a week not even GonNa lie this is this is something I don't know if it's enhance my life but it certainly made it more convenient so <hes> and and many times the you know the folks that you're you're looking at them on your phone. You're watching the route that they take by the time they get to your house half the time you feel like you already know them. You know you want your food everything so the the the idea that a door dash a career could be like that doesn't make sense and some very like for the end user. Some competing services aren't doing this you. I wonder how much door dash going to to to to feel sort of a bleed away of of their workforce. I'm not I'm not a big believer in in calling for legislation every time there's a problem I think we should always try other ways to fix things because it's more elegant and more permanent and laws have a bad way of not adapting with the Times but I do think it might be worth considering legislation that says transparency is a tip is made <hes> the end user should know who gets the tip and the driver should know whether they're getting a tip because what happens is they don't really know unless the person tells them whether a tip was made or not or if they get one and few people tip these delivery drivers anyway okay so maybe it doesn't matter to drivers much but I kind of the I guess it. Does I am a tipper. I understand that that there are a lot of reasons that people tip the way that they tip and and that's that's fine. Fine I cannot live with myself if I'm.
"jordache" Discussed on The Point Of It All
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"jordache" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"But we meet for drinks whenever he comes back home from his job. We're from the same town in went to college together. The last time he came home. He had a girl with him. And he introduced everybody to her as girlfriend he was clearly in love with their which was like a knife in my heart soon afterwards. They went back to jersey where he's currently living. I felt so angry with him up. Sorry fell angry with myself that I'd never told him. How felt also know his younger brother in. We started hanging out a lot more one thing. Led to another alone leads so another we ended up dating a fast for four months in. We're now engage. His parents even had a party for us in this older brother came with his girlfriend. I feel so upset in and I panicked all night because I really wanted to want it to be with him. I feel ridiculous crazy that I've gotten into the situation. And don't know why did it. My fiance is a great guy. But he's not the one I want. Muscle, audrey. Went went ladies in this twenty nineteen. It is okay to suit so sad. The wise you will be able to see it. Like this a word if I wish I would may more hints or whatever. We are not mind readers. Sometimes sometimes us men might have some feelings for you too. But we don't know how to go about it. We don't know how to I don't know how to make that first step. So for all we know when we communicate which we think we on a friend level. We don't know that you filling us to just think you being friendly. We don't want. We don't wanna make that assumption and go into it saying, you know, I think we should whatever. And you know, I see you only as a friend. And now we look stupid because we thought that there was probably more and all you was doing was giving us free vibes. We thought she was actually flying with us. Let me look we talked about this last week with mom dukes. No, everything on the pier. Yeah. Other thinking you express so adequately adequately that I can't even say Wirtz saying. I don't feel sorry for the fiancee's. 'cause she said yes do a heat on. No. That you want his brother in not him. He's the victim right up inside. I mean, I party feel sorry for him. What do you do? Don't always why I say say that is because do four months, really. Yeah. Four. Yelling gay. But she said he they knew each other. They new to one another so So got. you got y'all only dated for four months..
"jordache" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"Chorus. Like, I know he just came through ship. But I would rather him still have some type of arm. They had this do look at regular. We win again. This is part of the comics that the the armor hanging out like the scarecrow that's actually part of the comments surveys. You don't need to go strictly with the come. So you Lisa shit. I mean, something you can. But I think I mean who's gonna walk around your farm farm in pigging vegetables, while armor, one this painting, you got this whole plan to yourselves, and at this point, you don't know that the the just coming back because you snap half of the ball away. You don't think of them going to build it? Right. Exactly. As far it's five years away. So I bet you live across the harbor. The way they put him up like a boss like, dude. I'm always ready. That's how I look at finals when I've seen that beginning of moving us a bitch. I'm gonna go get your heating cooling months us a bit. I mean, again, he he was still severely weakened from using the galette. Yeah. You see him scarred like half? We didn't know that at the point. We saw him. He didn't he didn't say that until he got with everybody else. So we didn't notice information who says you knew it at the end of the city were if you paid attention. You will see that he was still weak at the end when he was getting when he was walking onto fine. He had a limp. Netted damage though. He was he was severely damaged. And then you see him you see him walking in the fire hit hand going through brushing off the flowers and stuff, and you see his arm is like severely messed up and have his body as messed up. He's walking would it live because his have his body is after for it has phones. Are you saying? They got a they got an arm excluded. He yeah, he shouldn't have been to net them Jordache jeans. Close. They got home. He just look at regular rail. Dow's funny not overall the movie was really good. I liked it a lot out. I'll see it again pretty soon. This'll be my third time. The second time I'm at if you have never seen in anex y'all go watching it on mex- yet held on to my second goal. Annex? Really great to see I said, I said to these guys said if I ever want to see a movie, this would be the move to go see in mex-, this this'll be the movie ever told about that. I was plan but couldn't get. So I have too busy to tickets in three day. Barry is popping. Oh, thirty was was planning those three eight was pumping. Yeah. Did the glass with? Okay. They still do have never seen a movie in three d. The movie three without the glasses. I didn't know that three was still the big thing. Oh, but seen the movie through the every any movies in three d 'cause I'm. Glazed on top of my regular glasses..
"jordache" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"But it's just like the coat the coincidence that that would happen in the middle of metal that all will be like, oh, they're gathering. Let me go over there. Okay. We're gonna protect spider me, all the women are almost will. You're not alone is all these other women. Here we go. We teaming up with in protect you part of that. But at the same time desert. There's a reason for why they did that because there was a there was an issue in the commerce where they had all the girl superheroes on the cover. So that was that was that kinda way of teasing. There was a there was a all group all ace something the group day team dogs. I know. They're like the ace something I forgot. Yeah. Yes. So overall, you guys like to like the more. I liked this movie more than affinity war, story wise. I liked it yard from the beginning that like the trailer didn't really do for me. 'cause it was the everything. Like so somber incent, and I know it was supposed to will you see why not because much definitely. He also because how normally how Roussel's do they they trailers especially for big movies like this one. They only give you a trailer for what happens kinda in like the first fifteen minutes of the film. They don't really get you anything that basically that I'll have whole trailer was the first fifteen minutes. Right. That's they do that by purpose. But also because they allot of it. They have the they wanna keep you surprise shit so lawsuit they had the CGI out like in a trail. You see rocket go through a open up a door. But you didn't see that the hulk was behind him. Yeah. Because everybody wants to know it was the beginning was going to be in. It was going to what's going to happen. Nobody was. Yeah. He's they they they they gave him is to the professor Hogg version..
"jordache" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"So I just thought I was gonna see I thought it was gonna be a sex scene in there wasn't. It was just like the kissing scene from two puck and Janet, and I was like, oh, we would have been like eight. Plus, it would have just blew boys in the right out the water. They had you know, a fossil genus titties onto to at least one like nipple. I don't know how you inspect it at that point to see Jan our team at the beginning. You go you go button from button q tip over there. Looking like, but his Janet. It's like certain people. You just don't see them, really. Because it went that today. She ain't share showed. But she showed her titties nothing ever anelle suffered the Super Bowl. But that was it. No, no. And a couple of the league photos. Grownup seeing some photos on talk. Yeah. But that wasn't hurt purposely showing her herself naked, no. Since somebody in the bushes where the one where she was somebody. I need both the on Google these photos. We think about some different ones. I'm talking about the I would love to To see. see somebody who's in her bushes, and they had pictures of her while she was sunbathing. Pussy. No in the pitch. Yeah. Okay. I want you to ios picture. Not. You don't care about that. I wanna see that. I find it. You'll pull you put porn on your phone. You don't put a porno. Your phone does. Exactly. But I don't look at porn on my phone. So what do you look at laptop? Mrs. Oh important. We phone is just funny. This saying is funny. Yeah. That was that was the movie overall good movie. I'm not it's not one of my top favorites. But still good. I can see why everybody liked it k-. You wanna get into in game rookie soon as go at it. Fred how many times you cross head spilling out nine? Outta here. Another kreider. I'm not crying in in general. I'm not acquire like with anything by almost as will. No you. I did feel some way. Okay. In the move. All right. We did I should tear. No. There was no formation of in. Okay. And you choose I didn't think that was even sec compared to the first one the affinity war. My okay. If you feel that way about black widow. Yeah. Okay. But no, I felt like spider-man's part in Infinity war will Saturday anything Inc. If you haven't seen it turn this get passed as part because I'm get real deep into this the reverse happened with Iran Spiderman they had the same moment. That was a very sad moment. That's more sad to me that was more sad because you have a young part elemental it because I'm looking at a young old person die opposed to a kid is that innocence. So his list to start like that was more shit like a poster. I thought it was more savvy. I thought it was sadder because of the fact of this really marvel studios really started with Tony star. Gary higher emotional connection. Go sin almost eleven years in Ireland was really carrying. He carried this whole thing on his Bank pretty much for the most part. And if for him to be the one that sacrifice yourself for the greater good of the universe. A theon. I go over the move by going like big picture right with see. But you haven't seen all the marvel movies into and I'm not invested in iron man like you. All right. So me undergoing strictly movie to movie parts of park. I felt that the Spider-Man part was nothing compared to that. I was interested by but said, it makes sense for you vestments. Like, you Gus Riley makes sense at just not like, wait. What do you what explain? Yeah. That was that was the sad. I mean, the the black widow part that wasn't really set that wasn't sad for me out now in, but it was it was a little bit surprising shot. It seeing seeing her in Ronin sled. Hawkeye battled it out as far as who's going to make the sacrifice or not Bessette was open sailed..
"jordache" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"Outta isn't gonna need slapped when do slack. The fuck out of Regina king. She comment on his. Yeah, chicago. Yes. Yes. Gago? He you know, he was hitting it for two minutes came whatever start talking about this. You know, his manhood Indian kept the teaming to do it. Then that's when she said, that's why I'm fucking another nigga in like reason. Why guys why she got slat not because she was on his manhood, but it was it will love. Yes. Enough. But soon as she says bad, you start communist fate is goals against this man because it's like I'm fucking negative because right? What you're saying then to pocket Janika here? And that was just, you know, but he waited like I only say it was telegraphed. Because once she said it it's my fifteen minutes, fifteen seconds to slap. You know, why why finished brushing his how are you? Right. That was. I don't even bitch Holo. Three two one. Okay. He's going to slap her. What is taking so long? He ended up. He finally doing it, you know, the mall to do try to get waves. And he'll exactly how many brushstrokes gotta do seven more bitch. And I'm on your right? I have a routine I gotta root again do twenty five on each side. You fucking my counter, you know. Yeah. Yeah. When I was when I first started early like in highschool shit. Yes. I was doing like in the morning. I do twenty on each side. Every time I used to count nineteen twenty I next day anew. And you also because if you did it wrong one sided look strong give you know. I gotta go double term right strongest. Hey. Yes. So lasting. How did John singleton? Get my angel in this movie where they kept saying coochie implementing all over the place in his movie the down. I mean, she played tight rope properly. She was she was the person China. Did they give the message? Yeah. In the movie that was purpose. Accurate. Like, wow. I didn't expect her to be there. That's all of saying. I was like I I've seen her Tyler Perry stuff like all over the place. But never like in like they talking about. Fuck you every five seconds. Fuck you wanna know sings? But overall, the movie was good. I had a great time with it. Great cast. I all I know. I had a fun time. I seen the telegraph slap a scene the cousin seen suppose. You talk about the him to pump scuffled was terrible. Oh, no. The alleged was tyrod that down. I'm not vote that taking notes the fuck was that he and I don't know who choreographed that one. And he wrote away so pissed off like he just had a real fight. You didn't even though point. Right. That was a brush up. Altercation wasn't a on me. No you hold on. Do you know what I don't know? Why that always stood out to me like what the fuck was way sandwich, any sex this thing her as that little girl from two to five year. 'cause that's where I know her from so fast, four her sex is like what you know. What is the quibble even watch the show? I'll put it like how do people felt like that check have sex game of thrones a lot of people around they like their little girl here. I just read that so use that now. That's how awful. That little girl game. Everybody know, we talk about is Regina kings that little girl at that point. Is us new. I'll the Fuxin sheeting. Fuck you niggers and all this other kids curse. How? Chicago kid, cursing. Speaking of kids allowed a lot of the boys in the hood cast came came back in this movie too. That was pretty cool to see two. And the only kind of that movie was I didn't get to see Janet Jackson titties that was that was about it. I got teased by it in the first five minutes..
"jordache" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"He got shot right in the head say what you want about that that Ricky killer. He got a lot of money. Will she saved it fast four for the Super Bowl? So again, I was like for split second. I was like, oh, we're going to get Janet Jackson ninety ninety three titties. You're not gonna hunted at out like that destroyed the whole mood on you get. Wrote that down dot I was going to see Janet's titties real quick Oh that. that. A lot of cursing years. I really have to be of below store shirt. Not only get two hours, but mailman was not a respectable career at the time in nineteen Ninety-three. They really taught now like, you know, being a mailman. Yeah. Because of the shorts I guess, but they're like the girl was talking Janet in Virginia king saga slight, you know, mailman. Don't make no money. I like I didn't I thought that was a, but they do now it's six talk about respectable jobs now what s funny 'cause I was thinking that a couple days ago. I'm like damn lot of females really don't respect them with regular jobs nowadays, you know, as respectable jobs hood ticks that do or or does black six general because I don't wanna say all by checks, but I've noticed that like it's like it's like some women will they'll they're respecting negative on industries hustling before they respect the negatives garbage, man. Or ROY UPS driver or even though working for the post office and UPS that's money in there. They make money's on the winning by talking about Janet dates a drug dealer in in what she has that she says she dated a drug out of two tubas at. No, she has Lana says she drug, but might probably not feeling five ten minutes late at night. Yeah. You know, mailman will make any money. And then to has a line later says I'm in a union like visuals out. No, I thought that was weird in nineteen ninety three. I thought that was I mean thought it was a government job. So I thought it was I mean if he really wanted to get into he could hurt they fill said like bit you do here. You ain't got no retirement plan. Sure. I would really hurt. Bitch of you have zero points you make zero dollars. Because you talk about. Oh, man. I was. Yeah. I thought I wrote that down millman not a respectable career nineteen ninety ten low showed up that was pretty cool. The cousin seen finally got to see the cousin seen on Pete. Yeah. We saw that. No pain. Knowing the cutting peat reference always seem to me annot refuse. It never seen actually. Never knew shit is missing out yet will obviously I thought it was great ESI. All I could go on barbecues like that. No. That has an age will let me tell you. Why back then do any of y'all got Pete in your family don't even need to be a clone out? No. I don't either. So I do I do. I got a he. But he's older. Like, my uncle p. Okay. But he's older. Okay. I don't ever feed. Sixties? I thought they should've did every time. I heard that line. I was like I couldn't do a better name 'cause that's not even it's not even like a common black name. Like, I don't know how many black pizza madman white timely in the eighties nineties. Proudly Pete was one being pizza nights on that one. Down on his luck. I mean, this is this movie was made in what this ninety three movies. So a lot of adults before was named with combinations. Like that a lot of people that was I guess that in meat because again like I said, I got a ankle. But in his his name is Peter he's in his fifties sixties. So they were naming them like that you might have been too many named pin? But it was getting named Pete in Frederick muscle and Hangul and always Huckle, Frederick, Frederick or Frederick c they did cut in Frederick. Because only Pete I knew was peace produce. The one piece produce enough. What the the telegraph slap wrote the Telegraph's let telegraphs when he's loved fuck outta isn't gonna need slapped when do slack. The fuck out of Regina king. She comment on his. Yeah, chicago. Yes. Yes. Gago?.
"jordache" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"If felt like it was two out of one two of right was like our forty nine doubt that you watch on TV. No. I know I watched it on the fire state. If you know what you know, what happened probably didn't run through. All it probably was trying to low. Total is two hours with also I made a couple of notes. Not not too long. I thing of so people just say, no, there's a page of notes away says not too long. It's a page is always rue yet, actually. I knew. Shoot. It. Wow. Yeah. So I noticed it was a lot of gum chewing in this movie. It was so much like from Janet from q tip and a relaxed tubes in his movie. I was like oh shit. I remember Janet your gum yet. Don't remember anybody else. Remember, janet? She was doing most of the. Yeah. I remember that as this movie should be sponsored by winter. I will probably then would have been double met gum with thing. You right from the that a lot of courses I can nineties domini here. W was doing his cool. I realized tip was was not long for this world. Because once he showed up the dude from boys in the hood that do kill Ricky like K moss. Green all year, q tip is gonna die. Like as soon as he showed up is all you do does. He do. Yeah. That was the same that killed him. And I was not even two minutes later. He he cute him. I was like, oh, this is this type of movie. Okay. I don't remember. Yeah. It's been alone right before that right before you to dis wanna bring that up. Janet was about to show her titties as I nobody told me this. I thought I was gonna see Janet Jackson titties like in the first five minutes, but. That was like the last thing that you tip seen..
"jordache" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This. All right. Got to get to the bottom of some savagery. I guess it pays Leonardo dicaprio's girlfriend Camilla Moroni who's twenty one years. Just turned twenty one my gosh. She can go into a bar now with this forty five year old man. Yes, here's what she said. She's been named to be the face of Jordache jeans. They've come back. Hello eighties. Hello. We're looking for a twenty one year old. Here's what she says. I've been a fan of Jordache and their ad campaign from the beginning. I. For the beginning of the first time. I saw someone show me. I mean. I mean. Honestly, they can't come up with anything better than that. Is since the beginning hasn't beginning. Anyway, the heritage brand Jordache I'll tell you what here's how I feel about Jordache. I loved them. I never bought a Jordache Sassoon same time. Same time for him. I liked what Jordache did to my butt and my tiny waist. That's what I appreciated about Jordache. Plus, it was a little bit of a wide legged bottom, and you know, and then my brand, and it went with my wedge, all the way Mark workers. The doctor sholls. Yeah. I loved my Jordache jeans. I thought Sassoon was my one that would work with my butter Calvin Klein. Yes wider. But yes, and I had I had a narrower. I'd have more of a boy like, yeah. Oh, shape shea straight up and down not much out front not much anywhere. So that so you didn't have a gun. No. Thank you. I have a gun. Now is that what you're saying? Zack. Off. What's going to be fine? I don't know. Well, you know, it all depends on who I really was done stuffing by ninth grade. I started scuffing I had. Go into ninth humility and fix seventh eighth ninth grade. I got cut every one of those years suffering suffering suffering. Yeah. Nothing was worse than the girl who said in eighth grade stuffing. No, no as those nylons and.
"jordache" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"I'm getting uncomfortable. I know you should because I'm about to go their loan wrestling. Okay. Not that I don't want to be like my brothers when you're number four and I'm listening and I've never thought about it this way, but we're putting on a show year. You wouldn't be on the show. Here you go. Do you mean loner like and by the way, it's interesting because I have a Berge of this too, which is like an. I've had such good things that I'm the it just like, sometimes you just go inside your head. Yeah, actually. Now I've never thought about what do I mean by that word. But now I do. We used to go to the emergency room all the time for healthcare because we had nothing and that became kind of our doctor. And it's the time when I started realizing that these are intractable problems, you don't use that word attend, but like there's no answer to this and that you have to kind of take matters into your own hands. Not like I had the answers at ten, but I definitely had the problem at ten. Yes. And and then something happened back to pattern recognition when I was. I was a kid. My mother actually got a GED as an adult and she was able to go to college. She did really well and around the time that I was in eighth grade. I said, wait a second. If she was able to go to college as an adult kind of by accident. If I did this on purpose, then I can get out of the situation even faster. So and listen. I grew up at the same time as you did like school became a gateway out year school again, gateway out, but also unnecessary like it just didn't add up like, okay, I have a desperate circumstance or very poor. We need to move quickly. She's getting progressively sicker. Right? And then there's the Cy path which is if you actually drop out at sixteen and do well enough, you can go to college. So that was probably the first most unconventional decision I ever made that everybody said, you're crazy, like you're, you're throwing it away. And when I say loner, it's the when I started to cultivate this voice in my head like, hey, wait a minute. I have a plan and I don't need anybody else to agree to it because they're not looking at the apartment and they don't have context. You always say all the time which I love nobody. Nobody. Had a window. I when you're a kid, you're trying to wear Jordache jeans or gasoline, right? You're doing everything you can to conceal your shame. Sure. So everybody was saying, you're insane to drop out ice calls like, no, you don't know what you're talking about..
"jordache" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Beat Jason, Goodman, pretty easily yesterday No he doesn't is got I. Think you, have your mic on okay I'm here I have to. Have Excuse so. Everyone understands how the, game works, we have different statements for example name a brand of jeans that start, with the letter j Somebody would say. Jordache anybody the person would say gene. There we go thank, you Bellevue, jingo gee I dunno Jordache jeans right as an example sample Jeans but, were? The jingles like anyway Let's go The. Game works if you get, the answer I and it's a. Good answer normally get the point if it's an okay or really not a. Good answer the other contestant has two seconds to give a. Better answer I two. Four wins. All right question. Number one Name a. Body part that starts. With the. Letter h hey Hey intern destiny one here we. Go oh. I'm sorry I'm really dropping the ball over here it's, okay Go ahead Name Comedy hour I told him how he's doing a, good job not trying, too now What did nothing intern destiny brand new internet name. A rapper whose name starts with the letter n, nearly one kicking. Your Name.
"jordache" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Oh yeah the life to really why the rest of the people in north korea starting kim jong eating all the food and that's right he's eating more little food they have all right to oh five nine four one one zero one one matthews of next hour you matthew what's going on people's high out day my buddy listen i want to go back to the fashion show that you talked about yesterday know i grew up in the nineties so back in the nineties i was trying to think about the stupidest close i'm over warm hometown the ninety nine a couple of things believe is back in the day they used to they made these genes dippers has had a button and they would you know but my father so it wasn't a different it was it was a button stupid and then also hopefully saucer and then police i'm just asking anyway then i have i i had some suspenders shorts oh like like my boys in the boys in the hood was poisoning i used to say why don't hang low wow walk with yeah anyways ever ever i would never ever ever ever ever walk around with the ball on my belly seem simulate pregnancy i well you say that now but you did just admit that she wore suspender source with one long one hung low can i say that which is somebody kim jong un staff well yeah but anyway did you ever wear do you ever wear gene goes back in the nineties gene coast style i i used to i used to pin my bottom of my jeans paint them up there it is oh gene goes where those genes that they were almost like bellbottoms they just got big at the bottom like a jordan you never worn jordache jordache with some white cat a good luck man hey we we used to wear like in october and all his wear long sleeve shirts and shorts that's a good luck.
"jordache" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Yeah well i guess all that matters to you is show business it does you know i mean leibels labels on my jeans you love them my friends yep jordache you have sooner that you always carry it really do any of my foodstuffs mike containers i like to know what's in them i think the the thing about boxes let's make them all clear you know what i mean let's and that goes for houses that goes for any any kind of container i just want to know what's in all of them here one hundred percent behind this clear backpack move clear i love it i love a 'cause it i love the results you love everything about it which is horrifying let's but our good friend david wayne will be here you know him from wet hot american summer and other works and him from being my friend you love this guy well i talk about him as a friend i look i'm just saying that i don't the first thing i think of isn't like oh david's of major filmmaker or scott owns a big company i think of my friends i just i don't think company i yeah okay let's introduce ourselves first of all you know me from such television shows as comedy bang bang and that's about it did a brooklyn nine nine that was a gift that end december gave me and other than that just shoot me back in the nineties what i was hot when i was coming off of mister show and then the well ran dry in terms of performing scott argument here and across the table from me you know him from the current hit big little lies those lies they keep getting bigger they keep killing littler we don't know is it a trick of the light is perspective we don't know what's going on with these lies but they're back they're bigger they're littler meryl streep is around to lie a little but they're big their little adam scott is here and.
"jordache" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"So here's the thing i don't do anything special okay it's up the majority of its gene gene in i don't mean this you know like glory abounded elon's you wear yeah gloria vanderbilt genes okay makes chains she used to she gave some good use to her son now era mm hmm he looks good jordache gloria vanderbilt oh yeah and all that jordache alerts in as george anyway udal pull out the old references thank you so so here's the thing i just take care of myself yeah i do eat properly um i work out three to four times a week later i have uh you know i just i take care of my skin uhhuh you know especially when you have to wear makeup on the set yes i you know i clean my face and everything with strict regiment morning and night so um i do take care of myself while you have to um but part of its genes too i mean lack of you got fucked up jeans sarawak's rai bitch while to quote meal falk y y byd he said komelia thought back that so funny i love imagining of the fury event was that was like in there because you know she can serve some fury yet he so amazing she's an amazing mother an amazing musician all that's amazing yeah into that state you forget like wait was missed christy in july under two yes she was okay um i love miss chris i love miss christine yes lovely lovey lovely you know i get along with all of the people i've worked with the because i'm the person that's not directly in conflict with anyone unrivalled passes you know that person that is just not you know yeah which at which really does to slake behoove you just chilly be that sort of vikas when you greg method on says i'm sure you do easier than not stirring it up drier whenever i'm cast as the major villain in a in a in a in a picture i'm always oyster in it up plus now don't have to start anything i just have to steal it they're yeah oh my god now that's gotta be that's going to be a classic nathan line.