26 Burst results for "Kabo"

"kabo" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"On the fan. Her and her husband owned oh Owned avila what it was in in Or was that was. It was like bill. That was kabo san lucan kabo and then we went to mazda. Kabo mazatlan and Somewhere else for having like an open house and it was like. Oh yes that's right. And then we went nate at some like street mexican place with a outside really good. It was with a giant bowl. Lemon limes just cut up like a gazillion lines on the table. It was it was pretty nice. My set up our costco water. Yes and our ten cent bus ride. Oh my gosh was ridiculous. We were like we're just going to be like a local so we got on the local boss. It was like ten cents and it was like there was like a sky. It was crazy. They're like kids. Go into school in a lady holding chicken and there was like everything on that bus. It was just insane and then the guy just grindley on those blindly on the bus with i guess it was her daughter and her daughter had like a pa system in our backpack and the mom started singing along on a microphone to the music. People were like giving her money. I was like that's kind cool. Listen it was a i. If this is any any indication. The bus was a manual transmission. School bus. It was like the most beat up thing like auch just barely ran. It would just grind the gears trae. Art is due money. Exchange at the port sreten. It was literally like the. I think it was so cheap. You did the american conversion it was either. Like a dime. It was so cheap it was it was less. It was less than twenty five cents. American does and it took us. Probably what four to five miles goes where we wanted to go was crazy awesome. Hey i was just along for the ride. And we had a blast. It was a lotta fun. It was a little fun funny. Lauren will go back. So i don't know if i want to. That adventure was pretty crazy. You got to your disney cruise coming up. I think so. We'll have a good time. Dismas so much fun saw disneyland does he or does he crews out of cape canaveral awesome. Awesome time so many times. So what else at disneyland when else. Oh i did lunch at bengals barbecue. Which is a quick service. Yeah in disneyland park us. I had never eaten at that one. It was fantastic. Yeah we did that. On one of our last trip kebab or something like the chicken and beef skewers so good the. We're talking about food again. And steve's getting all excited lands the food. He dizzy lamb both parks over there on the resorts really good food really soda laughed at. I'm like i. I actually want to go back and just have that. So good spot. I forgot about that. Of course cooking them numbs in adventure when he adventure. So we'll have to have those right. Those are massive. Was like the biggest cookie i've ever eaten so good lisa was and then we stayed Harris peer was perilous. Beer needs refurbishment. Honestly then i think they are refurbishing it but they haven't said they are. I don't think because they actually had like. They were working on rooms while we were there. So i'm hoping the refurbishing it it's not i don't see it listed on their website that they're refurbishing it though but it does. The rooms need to be brushed. Our room was like you know it was clean. It was dated. It's old tired out that home property needs. It'll yes love yeah. It's tough because disney bought that. I forget what it used to be. And then they changed it into that so they did a makeover on that property But i it's never been is their lowest end property. But it's still pricey as disneyland is definitely not the disneyland hotel or grand californian but you can't beat the location though. Oh yes so ridiculous. Like right across the street from everything yeah yet. And that was why we re 'cause we were kind of between that and holiday inn and they were similar pricing and We wound up doing that. Just because this way it was easy with the kids walking back and forth. 'cause we knew they were going to get up at the crack dawn and go so some of our party stayed at disneyland hotel which is still my favorite. I love that property. Their rooms have been refurbished. it's just i love the disneyland hotel downplays born of my favorite see. It's not my favorite. We'll both to take you through those. I mean i would take either. Don't get me wrong. I wouldn't turn down the stay there. But if if i'm picking i'm staying at disneyland why do you like that better than grand californian. I don't know. I think it's just the the feeling of the hotel like the vibe. I get there when you get the. I love the pool and the tropical. I love trader sam's and even that quick service next twitter sam's is really good and you're super close to a mentor or does these downtown disney. We are with all some. But i love the What you call it the early sandwich so this was thinking of. I think that's still there. It is eight there. Yeah it's good. We got in like nine o'clock. At night i was starving or kai rose sam like were so we've literally ran and to to get our order in before they closed. Good is one of those places you can get something good Ask an and it's affordable yep so bottom line cut to disneyland. It's amazing yeah say. Usually you definitely need three days right now and i actually think three days is not necessarily enough. It's crowded busy with those two parks. You can easily easily event if you're if you're a marvel. Fan ventures campus is going to eat up at least a day just to explore and play in school how to be well that whole area. It's not that it's big. It's that there's a lot going on Lake now every time we would like leave and go do something and then the girls would be like. Oh this is going on. And then we'd back you know so. We didn't get very far when we leave so far. Land loved the cars land over. There too didn't do. That's only we didn't do. We gotta wait for it. Raiders springs and it was down.

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"kabo" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Does the toilet flush. Hey question only putting out donuts but you're losing weight so then so then. They silently divorce. And we're in panama city florida. So my mom gets heavily over correct into the club scene club. La villas a very famous club. Any reality show. You've ever seen that shot in panama city. They immediately go to club. Villa is like the trash panama city in general. Like if you can't afford to go to kabo and you're too drunk for the jersey shore essentially your honda. Civic could get you to panama city. So it's a very trashy trash in paradise type of things so she leans heavily into the spring break world. Post divorce not divorce as a way to just like get loved. If like yeah like fucking work my ass off for this body and then she enters a wet t shirt contests because that's what happens there and she's very fit so she gets very mean like no-one said this has women could be very mean and they're like yeah. I mean you're very fit but you have no breasts. So she gets a breast augmentation. She had no friends. The religion wouldn't allow it. Say anything about silicone baby. They eventually divorce in the divorce paperwork with this. My mom gets custody of all fiber for.

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"kabo" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"And i would not be surprised if a lot of the resistance that that some workers are having to going back into the office to the same work. They can do at home while they can also get laundry going and meal. Prep per week and things like that. A lot of it is them saying. What is this gonna add to my quality of life. If i have to stay away from this house and have commute and things like that and i would be interested to see how many employers start trying to draw a line or or trying to make the pitch that In order to keep talent they'd have to say okay. You're not gonna take significant quality of life hit if you come back because you'll still have these great quality of life things happening in the office. I mean i'm not saying all employers will do that far from it. But i think this is something employ employers have to reckon with. Is you have a lot of people who were like sure home schooling. My kids was a nightmare. But i kind of like being able to work late at night once they go to bed or i like being able to. You know eat a good eat a good lunch every day. Instead of some some terrible deli sandwich notion of all coming to work in an office really kind of industrial age Mistake a dystopia kind of where. Everybody's sitting in rows upon rows of desks kind of got a out of a sci fi movie at you know at their adding missions remotely. I've worked for years but we have to be honest. I love going to texas precisely. Because i'm gonna newsroom with a live. One other loves buzzy energy and i love the productivity. We kinda both west. Yeah i think. I think workers maybe just want a little bit more control over how they do their work and how they deliver it and it would workers. Yes where i tell you. It's almost like it's almost like they think. Tr training expertise and time for wages gives them a say they. What were you gonna say. I'm circa yup. I don't think it was interesting as what lisa was saying so i've already forgotten it. Okay nobody was. I remember what it was going to say. You know every everyone circumstance is different. You know i. We don't have kids on the loud one in this house. My wife's want us to deal with the baby. Yeah yeah children. I'm older than her. But on the on the loud. But what i was gonna say is that you know most of my work and hobbies while i joining the pandemic has been this. This this studio this office Basically work is this way and then fun is that way. And i don't know if you can tell me and you can't really tell because it's all midnight nearly here but this window is blocked up so when my door shut and i'm in here there's basically no discernible difference between day and night. There's no natural light. And i was working in here a lot and then i was turning around having a lot of fun behind me and it really took. Its toll like mental health wise. I didn't pay enough attention to the lack of diversity. And just how i was spending my day even though i was keeping track of hours and switching off at the right times just the very fact of not moving around and interacting with with different environments it took its toll and so going back to the office has made a massive difference for me just in terms of breaking up the day breaking up the week. Partly reminding me that. I'm still a professional journalists and i'm not just a you know a guy a home and pretends to write about business and finance but he's actually just playing it like that has been a. It's been a noticeable benefit for me. Everybody's different i could never. I would never say this is going to be the same for people who have kids or who Dealing very lifestyle situations but for me. The main benefit has been from a mental health standpoint And i don't know how much it's been talked about in terms of reason to go back to an office but for me. It's been a big reason to to keep going back to chat room. Says you have a mullet office. It's business in front party in the back Yes not your hair your office. They for people who aren't watching the video. Nate has quite an elaborate drum kit behind him And you know. I think there's a good argument that if you do have to work you should have something you can bang on every once in a while just to get the frustrations out that trust me. I when you get when you get scooped. Eleven pm at night. Nothing's better than pulling kevin juicy people ever. Do you ever leave that. Do you believe that house. Do you have an office to go to. I just work from home. We do at true ventures we do get together and we try to do these like quarterly off sites and so for us. It's just you know getting rapid tested twenty four hours before and then i'll get together in the same space and doing our thing and and then everyone going back to their house for the next few months always struck me as not an introvert but as a fairly social like like people. Is it hard for you to be at home and just like i like the computer better this me too i have. No problem is being on theater and just geeking out over something so it doesn't you know it is. It is tough though because it here in portland you know. We get During the wintertime just nonstop rain and combine that with like not seeing humans. It's just like you have to do something you have to plan a trip somewhere else. You know you're are another day of rain. Known pacific northwest to go to hawaii in the middle of the. Yes we do kabo. That's nice yeah. Yeah le- you go into an office right no. We actually began working remotely fulltime in. I wanna say twenty. Eighteen the irony of it every single person. Who's on this podcast. And on our podcast network. Oh we're all hate peeling turned my turn the turn my office into a hoteling situation where folks. We'll be only folks who had consistent deaths were the sell at all and.

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Travis Barker Flies on a Plane for the First Time Since 2008 Crash

Chicks in the Office

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Travis Barker Flies on a Plane for the First Time Since 2008 Crash

"It looks like travis barker is flying again first time since plane crash. Two thousand eight. He was spotted getting on kylie air whenever you want to call it. Kylie's private plane with corny. kris jenner. Core gamble going from la to kabo in this. I mean this. Is you ch- and i feel like groups. The connection that travis and courtney have because he never getting on a plane again. Yeah this is insane. I mean it's huge. Because i'm glad he took that step. Obviously it's a very scary thing when you're involved in an accident like that could be really hard to probably take that first step on. I'm sure it wasn't easy at all. But i feel like it proves how serious corinthian are and the love that they have each other in the trust that they have because he has to trust them according so much to be like. You know what you're right. I'm gonna get on this airplane. Everything's gonna be fine and they're going to have a great trip now. And i'm i'm happy for them. There isn't really much to say about this. Besides it's a very big step for him. And i guess for their relationship as well. Yeah i think people really also forget how bad that plane crash was either. Like you were fan and travis burger. Now you are kind of getting involved because of him dating corny but he travis barker was in that plane crash was covered in jet fuel on fire. He was left with third degree burns on sixty five percent of his body three months in the hospital. Twenty six surgeries skin. Grafts like really really really bad and of course like made sentence if he was like i never wanna get on on a plane again. But he's willing to do it for

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"kabo" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"Going to rent it at an end or someone like that is going to put a an airbnb or short term program around it and i've been doing short term for years way before airbnb. I had almost two hundred of them in scottsdale and we were renting to the san francisco giants and the cleveland indians for spring training. And those kinds of things. We've always been doing that and you know now. Of course it's all through airbnb and through some of the services. It's it's gotten way more professional and much much better. But i listened to the ceo of airbnb the other day and he said that airbnb is no longer just a short term thing and what he was saying was i think this is true. I think what's going to happen for. A lot of people is their exit. And they're selling but now they're actually using airbnb as more of a lifestyle and they're actually. They're actually going places and not actually owning them so there you know they'll stay three months four months somewhere and and and just do that and and i think that this is here to stay. I think that behavior is here to stay especially with this work from home model. You know that reminds me I'm doing a anonymous to kind of side business going to test it out but for the exact same reasons. You're just staying there. There's like a shift in the culture of people right now and so i- launched. It's not well it's kind of officially launched but it's gonna be called month in maui. It started with month in maui. And we're gonna buy a bunch of vacation rentals here but the idea is different than airbnb and then i'm like people don't want to just come for a week. I mean people are still coming for a week but there's a certain type of traveler. Now that can come for an extended period of time. So we're like an car. Rentals are hard and all those things. So we're like we're literally you get the condo or the house you get a car rental a bunch of activities you. Hannah white glove service for that type of travel. Who's thinking differently. And like i want to expand that thing to like cities all across the world during the month in maui month and london month in kabo..

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"kabo" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"The buffalo bills and quarterback josh allen agreed to a six year contract extension. Worth two hundred fifty eight million dollars. One hundred fifty million dollars guaranteed but one hundred million dollars due at signing which is the most guaranteed money at the time of signing an nfl history about it on billions. They talk about a billion as a billy. So a quarter of billy is what. We're talking about now for quarterbacks and i think there's two big takeaways one. This was done early and it was done for big money. Josh allen signed early josh allen signed for big money in the wire early well as soon as they could sign him. It was after the third year. They had two more years of control. Before you even thought about the franchise tag and you've got two years of that so in truth. They could have had josh allen against his will four more years but they're paying them now. Okay is that good or bad. What we know is the. Nfl likes to pay early. It's not like the mob they they're paying on installment plans but here as tony soprano joke but here. Let's look at the rundown jonasson. I were cutting our teeth together. Zeke elliott in kabo after three years. Saying i'm not coming into. I get paid. I think they regret that one. I think dallas regrets that one carson wentz got paid. After three years. I know the regretted that jared goff so much regret. They had to put a first round draft pick around his neck. Like a crump cake with the kid you're sending across the street and the parents don't want to deal with them but he brings a cake over so they say johnny come on. That's how it was with. Jared goff going to the lines. Todd gurley even with a a chronically bad knee. Now why the. Nfl want to do this. I think it's this perception that if you're considered to be team friendly it's gonna help. Everyone concerned the players will want to sign with you. I don't know about that. I think players want to win. I can't imagine sitting on a team. And they're saying yeah. We have no chance to win the super bowl but you know the guy that was injured. They paid him at some big money. And i'm happy about that. No everyone wants their money but they don't care they just want good players otherwise but aj. You've made the point of all the players all the players. Maybe josh allen was the one that another year would have done them good. Now why do i think early as bad because you don't get a chance to find out what you're going to find out in the intervening years if we would've seen zeke after kabo look and slower. Maybe all of a sudden we would've said hey. Maybe a little less money. So josh allen. Aj you believe. They should've waited on more. So than even an average quarterback. Yeah and one guy that i put in that conversation with him as baker mayfield and if baker mayfield gets the same kind of money josh allen does i think didn't they made a big mistake without about not waiting. But but but let's get back maybe to josh allen. Okay josh is. This isn't a zeke elliott case. Where he's in kabo saying. Hey if you don't pay me. I'm not coming josh allen. Already been on record or saint. I wanna be buffalo bill for life. I want to be here so you think it's because he showed loyalty. They shouldn't pay him. I thought it was more about the one year competed saying there's no need to panic here. A- and when you've had i why would benefit them more meaning. Why would the bills want more time to check out josh island. Because josh l. has been great for one season i agree i agree. I agree if josh allen maybe okay. This guy is the real deal. Yeah i think the way to say it is and i agree with you. The uncertainty level of josh allen. Being this good is high because he's got one year showing you use good. So i mean whatever analogy you want to say. There's a guy you work with. He's always on time. I'll give jonas a good example. Joan is doesn't get sick. he's not a guy. It's always got the flu. Always got if this was the key. How sick you are not. I would say. I've got three years. I know that joan is is rock solid when it comes to showing up to work but if he was only here year i'd say i think he solid but i'm not so sure yet. They josh allens been there three years. He's played well one. I mean it was borderline loses job entering last year. I believe the analogy is daniel jones. Now you thought you know daniel. Jones wasn't near josh. Allen was after two years. We looked at the numbers actually. Daniel jones has played better than josh allen. After two years you'd agree with that i mean. Qbr certainly agrees with the team. Success is what was kind of boosting. Josh allen you mean we had you incorrectly assassin. Yes okay but the truth. Being josh allen played less. Well less well than mr daniel jones. Now do we think at daniel jones. A franchise quarterback no but josh allen had one additional year. Now you're three last year. And he was great. He was in the top four. It wasn't even close. He wasn't like good. He was great. Is that the truth or is everything. Before at the truth boy it would have been nice for the bills. Have an extra year. Now you might say. Rj maybe they got a discount if the bills got a discount for the uncertainty. That's business right. Okay maybe but you heard jonas. The most guaranteed money ever for quarterback one hundred and fifty million the most paid at signing as jones said for a quarterback. So he's getting the most money now the most money guaranteed if you look at the year over year you might say well you know actually mahomes better. He's at forty. Five million and josh allens only forty-three. Yeah but josh allens. Do is only six years. mahomes is ten. So what did we do. We looked at the first six years of mahomes apples to apples. The average yearly thirty six million so mahomes in the next six years is making thirty six per year. Forty three per year for josh allen. So any way you cut it. Guaranteed at signing guaranteed over the life of the contract. Year-over-year this is the richest contract in the history of the nfl. How could that be a discount. And thus if you're not getting a discount why enter into such a big franchise changing agreement with only one year data. That really matters when you could have had at least double that data with one more year. I'm rj bell. We're straight out of vegas jones. You had an interesting point of the rookies drafted at the time with alan baker mayfield. Lamar jackson to high-quality quarterbacks we can debate how high quality for you that really opens a door to what kind of money they're gonna get. Yeah i think. I think buffalo is the smartest of the bunch here because they realized salary caps gonna go up. These contracts are only going. We can argue about who deserves what. But there was a lotta argument about dak prescott. He doesn't deserve more than this quarterback and yet he ended up shattering. Whatever any other quarterbacks deal was at the time year-over-year guarantees etc etc. I think buffalo. Look at this and said why. Wait if we think that this is our guy. And he's gotten better every single year. And i agree with you is at one year of being an elite quarterback but we've seen steady improvement every single year. He's been in the league. Buffalo looked at it and said why are we going to wait around to try and top. Whatever baltimore and cleveland may do with their quarterbacks. Let's get it done now. Don't make the mistake. Dallas did in which dallas waited a little bit too long. They're even on record as saying they may be waited a little bit too long and i think buffalo got this done early.

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"kabo" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Move and find for hands on a clay-court special super super special. It's easy to get excited about him and again you know. What's so exciting. Is it just feels. He's only going to continue to develop physically. You can tell still looks like a boy. And yet he's able to move his feet swell so much pace in the heaviness of that forehand and then of course the variety he plays with a backhand sides ability to hit the dropshot thinks think he swings through that ball a little bit better than we expect as. Well i mean. Carlos authorizes the real deal and again we need to see him prove it on the quicker surfaces but is there any reason to think thus far that he's not going to be good on a hardcourt that the slow courts of indian wells or the scene of the us. Open these not going to have success. I don't think so. And so certainly carlos alvarez a guide to circle as he now inside the top sixty should get into whatever events he wants to play youngest guy inside the top sixty eighteen years old up to number fifty five a new career high. He wins his first title brandon. Nakashima a young american who i want to see. We've forgotten about but you know given the rise of cordite given jensen brooks fees. Run here in twenty twenty one nakashima. I don't wanna say has fallen out of the picture. But he's kind of in the back seat now and he shouldn't be because he makes his first. Atp finals this past week now up to a new career high is brandon nakashima up to number one fifteen after he finals in los kabo skits wins over is ner thomson A win over sampler win over compatriot. Jj wolf as well. You look for brand nakashima now over these last fifty two weeks. Thirty seven and twenty four overall but it qualifies for wimbledon. For the first time he makes a couple of atp level. Quarter-finals goes over to europe. Plays a full clay court season a full grass court season because of course if you want to sustain yourself in the top fifty you've got to be able to do it across multiple services that's what nakashima trying to establish as a player and you have to respect that development path but again throw in the mix. I think he's going to be fifty guy for a damn long time so solid on off of both wings and no. He's not an elite athlete. But athleticism's never gonna be a problem. No he doesn't have elite weapons but he's never gonna beat himself competes so well continues to get better at the little things whether it's serve location whether it's power on the serve whether it's his skills as a failure. In britain axiom is only going to improve. And i think as floor already as a top one hundred guy for quite a bit of time so again. That's another nexgen. Atp two point our eurekahedge gotta the talented nineteen year. Old from the czech republic wins his first challenger title this past week. He's a guy we talked about on the mini break. Podcast last week but again you look at the race right now the nexgen. Atp standings race to milan top guys. The field right now would be center. Faa korda forgot to talk about lorenzo musumeci. Another absolute stud you've got carlos alcatraz in the mix then jensen brooks be one man walser and dolo. We saw win a title earlier this season on the clay courts. And then you know again. Talented young lefty hugo gaston made a final this past week before getting knocked out by casper route. Nine th would be nakashima after that. You have clay court challenge superstar sebastian bias after that former world junior number-one holkar rooney. Those are ten really really talented players under the age of twenty one right now so as excited as we are about the next gen nexgen. Atp two-point there's a reason we wrote about it on the website. There's a reason we did a podcast series on it this past offseason. They are guys to watch and they're not waiting. They're ready to make their moves now. One of the biggest storylines summer. How will the next gen. Atp two point. Oh compete. i like i imagine. Many of you are super excited to see it. This episode is brought to you by is progress is great. Isn't it people listening to music on record players than tapes and cds and now you can stream music and podcasts. When technology moves forward you move with it like with wise the modern way to move money. Internationally it's smarter and simpler. They use new technologies. So when you send spend or convert money with wise you get a better exchange rate with lower fees and over thirty percent of transfers arrive in less time than it takes to listen to this right now join over ten million people and businesses and try wise for free at wise dot com slash podcast. How nice was it to have the return of american challengers back in our lives last week. Of course it is always great to have the best tennis broadcaster in the business. Mike -cation in our ears put beyond. That was that perfect. Nexus in kerry of things. We love here at cracked rackets. You have former and current college tennis stars competing on the pro tour you have nexgen town looking to solidify themselves on the atp tour. You have veterans who are looking to re solidify themselves regain top one fifty one twenty top one hundred status all of those things we love to monitor here at crack racquets all in one event. Hopefully all of your listeners were able to tune in breast assured if you weren't we've got the lexington challenger this week as well so many familiar faces a really fun one for us crack racquets nerds. Here we've got liam drexel number one player in college tennis in twenty twenty one taking on a sending american talent. Jensen brooks be that match destined if i take the over in any match in terms of time encore. I've actually going to be four hours. It may be like a two and to match but it's going to be four hours. I promise you that is a super fun. But of course you look at last week's resulting carry i shadow to mitchell. Krueger wins the second challenger title his career. I since twenty nine thousand nine. He's a guy who was so consistently been ranked in that one seventy five to two twenty. Five range will with this title. He's up to number one seventy five at should allow him for sure to get into. Us open qualifying but hopefully beyond the list in places like atlanta and the various hardcore events will see throughout the summer. Just be on. The qualifying lists are being the mix there and then certainly again given the competition to play these challenge events given the lack of their lack of availability. He should be able to get into whatever he wants to play at the challenger level. But you know he's the epitome of consistency. Now twenty seven years old now. This season krueger. A guy who just physically sinners prime and he's able to make matches so his doesn't matter if it's an hour and a half to four hours on court. He is going to be able to stand. The test was able to do that multiple times this week dating back. He's done a mini break in the third set breaker his very first match to will bloomberg goes from that to winning the title. A few bloomberg fan shows how close will is but be speaks to again the skill of mitchell krueger. And just you know his consistency. You also have big run from guy. Stefan kozlov who old me would have bet the house on or i guess on tenure. Because at that point you would have been six but like fourteen year old me would the house. That stefan causes can be the top player in the world sunday. He makes his first challenger quarterfinal since ann arbor twenty twenty he also which is the semi final. This event. couple of three-set wins along the way. Great to see him healthy consistent playing fired up in good tennis. of course you look elsewhere. Good runs from guys like govan nanda the former ucla stand out recently turned pro first. Challenger quarterfinal semifinal. I shelter win for him this past week as well. And it's just again to see. Those guys compete to see the sam references that kvass riches the chris eubanks of the world back on home soil the christian. Harrison's jack socks alexis galanos. that's what we love here at crack rackets and again we're going to have the opportunity to see. All of them compete again this week in lexington mitchell krueger goes from the winners circle to date with number two seed Gennaro olivieri who beat last week on his way to the title. Got play again first round here this week in lexington you look elsewhere. You're top seed here at this. As i mentioned jensen brooks be taken on liam drexel. You've got number two seed here. As i mentioned olivieri number three seed gonna be maxed crusty. Four-seat swaran who was also finalists. Last semifinals rum. Remond thon both great weeks in carrying you look elsewhere. You've got guys like to stanichev and again nanda back in action. Roberto said mikhail tour regard tons of fun former college tennis. All throughout the draw should be really really fun. Event one of many on the calendar but again our goal hair crack rackets to provide all of you. We've twenty four seven tennis.

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"kabo" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Are very that are not Very small needle movers. They barely okay. They need to be done to their own vested sick but you should probably beginning for cheaper right. Things are super critical super picnic. Senate has to be specialized training for. If you get someone who's got said training and status at training. They should be folks on music. Satiric not doing entry level stuff. Yeah and like you said like nowadays today a lot of things can be outsourcing automated right with really really good. Really good results. Still no matter. What so few times to a company that was building out his boss than installing a computer and essentially snap location for those who have not heard of this and is bought funny computers so what happens is the mouse and the keyboard are controlling the styles automated and would they they'll start to chug out set of tasks so they these bots designs. That'll say look at tomorrow schedule. Open each account is the appointment isn't confirmed yet sending out text. I mean a lot of these texts. Autumn reminded him built to our sausage deceitful Eligibility and it will work for a claim submission claimed followed stoop bit near these really complex applications. That are being built but on a computer that will run past like a human but with zero error. Now they're not gonna be able to pick up the phone and call insurance company for you but if you have an online or to that insurance company than watch box operate where you just sit back with your hands down your head and the bond is only in the browser plugging patients like number by the date of birth pulling data copy basing it out of deep when browser window executive find it will drop it right into your management software. The right place pretty crazy crazy stuff to watch But his head right so there are these so many options that are are coming down the road for us able to get things done quicker and cheaper than we had in the past and that allows our team members to focus on the factors that really make a standout mazing word. Mazing care missing attention to our patients. Yeah that's amazing. That's amazing so with that being said what's going to be the next episode about concussion. Daily got a few more coming up. Wanna look at some of the hurdles that we encounter with regards to early phases scaling the business when you do bring practices together. And you're talking about coming up with larger organizational culture building out things like mid level management things that most practices don't deal with the solo practice. But if you're looking to get multiple locations now you have. This layer of staff team members that are not quite you the decision maker owner but they are not the that are necessarily in direct patient. Interaction and their jobs just managed interaction. Because you can't possibly do anyone how you how we went to the process of selecting and figuring out who we needed and this is also speaks to the efficient team designed but on a larger scale. We're looking another look at it says staying relevant in our community Organic branding and marketing. Which i'm actually looking forward to kind of making your brain a little bit too. I'm hoping that absolutely little bit less than a year in more of a check. Because i go you have hun to show that But looking multipronged approach for I understand your demographics understanding going back to our discussion today. Understanding why your practices and kurier practice exists disturbs and then from there being able to develop a brand marketing campaign that educates the community on. Why exists you're there to serve. That's going to be exciting guys. That's going to be really really good if anybody has any questions or concerns or you want to reach out to john especially about today's topic about designing inefficient dental team definitely reach out to us or reach out to john took to be in the show notes below. Also don't forget everybody listening Gets an exclusive deal with care stack so you can definitely check out the deal and the details to that deal and what care sex. All about in the sean ounce below as well and so we look forward tip so the next episode where we talk about hurdles that people encounter during the early faces up. Upskilling your business. it's awesome. I appreciated john. Thank you so much for being with us man. Keep enjoying kabo at the pool..

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"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

Starting with One Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

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"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

Starting with One Podcast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

"We don't look at when people burn out or when people are at an end we don't take a. How do we drag this out. How do we keep them as long as possible. It's you know. how do we help them. How do we get them to recharge give them the time off. Let them think and figure out you know. What is it truly. That's bogging them down and then from there slowly starts to say okay now. Do you see this being possible. And sometimes the reality is it isn't humans are humans and sometimes people forget that we do is we take simple approach and by just talking to people and preparing and being able to even know we set up almost everyone who's to exit with another job like it's so random for a company that you work out to say. Hey listen don't worry didn't work out here and we understand what your limitations are being hit. But here are these introductions to people at shop a fire here these introductions to walmart or wherever you can go and take your skills and applied elsewhere because we understood that value to them. We still appreciate it and we understand that. It's hard sometimes to go from one environment to the other and at the same time when life hits you with certain things like. I've been in that position where i wish that my manager said. Hey listen like take a week off and just take the time to really digest it. And whenever i hear about anything with employees it's like hey listen just take the time off. It's okay your team is here for you and going forward. What i would love for us to do is sit down and say okay. What have you been really spend your with your manager on. And if it hasn't been around that personal work life balance checks that's important rate. It's important for the company to also be a part of like improving that in your life. And i think that's the thing that our people managers have to spend the most time on versus these meetings where it's like. Hey this is what. I did this week. And this is all the challenges. I'm having with work. Which would be more important as saying. Hey listen like why. Are you working until ten pm. Every time we have a deployment right. And how do we think about structuring your time. Where are you wasting it with these meetings or things that were putting us blockers for you. And how do we help restructure it and at the same time. Let's do a wellness check and say have you been you know doing you know. We have employees who love cycling in the morning. And has he been doing that. Cycling in the morning has dropped off and those types of checks when people have those in place. You can really find out whether or not they're really having that control imbalance and it's not to say every week is going to be like that like when we were on dragons dan canada's version shark tank. I could tell you a lot. It was a pretty busy few weeks. We're getting prepared to be on national television. There's going to be a bit of that grind. But it should have those balances. And i find the ones that i've implemented myself and just my publicly being able to post it whether it's on my instagram. Or whether it's telling the team or sharing photos you know it makes other people feel like they can have those things in them in and still work hard. We're we're very much on that culture..

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"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

Starting with One Podcast

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

"Just to get away from work because especially as an entrepreneur in again i could feel your energy and you're probably the type like us where you can just go. Go go go go. Because you're you're passionate about the business. What do you do outside of work just to decompress and get away from definitely say one of the things. Speaking of gulf is golfing honestly five. Though the one sport. I've been able to take part in not like i do a well but Really enjoy is golfing. I think being able to put yourself in an environment where you're not surrounded by your phone or technology or really it's about that mindset and i find like that's one of the things that really helps. Unfortunately it's kind of hard to do around eighteen at allocate that time but i think the other thing that i've personally just been doing lots and starting this business has been around meditation and i use head. Space full paid subscriber of it. I'm a huge advocate of meditation. And just being able to understand your mind and really being able to whether it's like breathing practices and for me is simply just started out like two three minutes a day. I'm going to get news everyday whether it's covert affecting a facility or if it's you know we're running out of cash or here's this problem sites down and there's gonna be things in entrepreneur journey that i just realized always will be around the fact that not every is gonna be this amazing milestone not everyday is going to be smooth path and one of the things. I've always consciously focused on one thing that i've passed. Our team is really around mentor ship. So we have an adviser who specifically just talk to people about their personal performance in the sense of work life balance and he's been a longtime mentor of myself and was vice president of bank of montreal and really built that team up and has been doing it forever and retired and has experience of the definition of burn rate and i think understanding bouncing checks in the long term..

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"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

Starting with One Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

"Hey environmental sustainability isn't a talked about in the suburbs. You know my brother. And i just moved out there and we saw this great opportunity around as being able to bring people together solve a problem. Here's a grant program that could fund this and it was like. Wow what a great opportunity to solve problem in all these resources that could bring together all these people that will support me and it really came down his ability to problem solve but it didn't matter what the vehicle right like you can be a volunteer and have an entrepreneur spirit you can be a corporation and have that entrepreneurial spirit the goal that you should have when you have that little like inkling is this defeated a little bit right and every time i even have a startup idea. Go on photoshop and use my horrible design skill. Start mocking it up when i was younger. Thinking that okay. Maybe i was going to get into apps because it was just like the big thing to talk about and slowly start to give yourself that ability to see where that spirit grows and how it fosters inside of you and eventually for me up resulting in like leaving university early joining facebook and having more and more confidence to bet on myself when it came to actually starting my own startup. so. I think you know at the end of the day. It really comes down to like inkling that every human has inside of them to solve the problem whether it's in their personal life and working in another company or even going out and doing it for others. I'm always curious. When did that show up for you. 'cause i know one who showed up for me. I was eleven years old. You had to be twelve to deliver the donelson. And i might have told a fib so i could get the job and then i started cutting lawns after that and then fifteen i got hired fantastic experience to be honest It was a hard job at the time working at mcdonalds..

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"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

Starting with One Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

"Day. Which is you know every week. You'll see these dogs getting excited. They recognize the box color. There's a small things that we realize. I really really missing. You know when we look at like everyone assumes dogs are colorblind. they're not colored by the have a gradient scale of appearance and even the choice of color around that box so that can identify it and really understand. Okay this is something coming so innovation for us really starts to the smallest scale and saying when i used get a bag of food. What was the most difficult part. Wasn't even you know my dog just getting excited know. Let's get excited a lot of things. It was really around the person right. Like i'd get this bag. I didn't know how much to feed my dog. And if i wanted to. You can imagine like you have to look at the little corner of the bag. Open it up. And here's a chart and all of a sudden you're going back to like. I don't know great ten signs and it looks like a periodic table for some reason. And you're like why does it have to be rocket science here like you know we've been breeding dogs forever. Pet geo type isn't like human genome types. Humans are a lot more diverse. You know we weren't essentially inbred to like look a certain way or have certain physical characteristics for dog shows but dogs are like we have golden. Retrievers pugs dobermans. Have chow chows. And there's so much information out there about pets and their hereditary backgrounds but at the same time for us when it came to that innovation pieces like. Here's this problem like. I can't understand how much to feed my dog when i look into it. I realized that it should be simple. Right if pugs are essentially staying consistently bread or to some deviation of difference but there's all this research out there saying okay they'll have these breathing problems they just of issues at a certain age etc. Why isn't the person making the food making it easier for me..

"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

Starting with One Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

"That teams always getting these logs and they're constantly prioritizing but is there an opportunity for us once a week once every other week to set up a data challenge and say okay. Here's an issue that's been brought up. It's not like detrimentally top priority based on what we've done in our quarterly plans etc. But can we do something and come together and say let's create a step function so that one we're able to alleviate time let's on the operations team when it comes to inventory accounting and the same thing is happening on the engineering team where the have like a weekend drinks and it's literally virtually you know having a couple of drinks and really try to solve a problem over a span of a few hours which is really interesting. Because it's both creating this personal bond and kind of coming together and saying. Hey we're going to dedicate this time insolvent but i love the fact that it's kind of come from that team internally and now my job is ticket how do i take this and figure out. How do we add fuel to the fire. So we're looking at you know being able to do that. In person setup where the data team can kind of come together for a day and be able to solve these problems and similarly for the engineering team and and different individuals in different groups of people based on the challenges that were prioritizing around our customer experience that was actually as you say ad hoc and really something that came out of your team rather than from the management. If you will. That's really cool. You talked to a number of things that are just want to pack a couple is. I think it's important. We were naughty remote company prior to the pandemic and of course last march we had to do it overnight so that that was that was definitely adjustment and we worried about the same things that you mentioned. How do you continue to build that culture because especially in the office we had this really good culture and you know people enjoy coming to the office space..

"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

Starting with One Podcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast

"Here with my co host and business partner. Alan mcdonald alhaji. Friday what do you say well. I'm afraid that by the time. There's this broadcast it will be passed. But this is father's day weekend coming up so i just wanted to wish happy father's day towel the debt. So they're all very nice very nice. Yeah it's been such a busy time. I hadn't even thought about that though. Yeah it's all the fathers have agreed to on this day weekend. Well i'm excited to be here. We have a good friend. Who's been on the show mark the floor. And he's made some fantastic introductions for us in the past and just loved that guy and and again any friend of marxist a friend of ours so our guest today is vino j pilot. Ceo and founder of cabo. Which is a based company helping dogs live healthier and happier lives with fresh food delivered or gonna michelle venal. Thanks for having me. And i gotta say a father's day's also the dog dads out there so i know mark is the new dog that in cells and i think he's going to enjoy this. This pump doing some hikes up. I i was a dober- data myself a builder dad for twenty years. I had my dobermans. And this is this the first time in my adult life. I haven't had one then. Certainly i miss it. But i was dober- dad for many years and i took that seriously i celebrated that too. So why don't we start. Tell us about kabul. Yeah for sure so at cabras you mentioned you know. We have the simple mission of trying to help. Pets live a happier and healthier life. We do it simply by just making the experience of how much to feed your dog what to feed your dog august simple as possible. Customers are able to come onto our site. I kaaba dot co have a really different experience than what have a walk into retail store. Trying to search for something on amazon and customers quite simply. Just tell us about their pet anything. From age way to breed activity level. That all helps us determine the right amount of food dot dog means and we simply present them with different product forms from freshly cooked diets to dry dog food..

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"kabo" Discussed on Hurdle

Hurdle

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"kabo" Discussed on Hurdle

"How does one go about treating burn out. And can you do it on your own or should you always seek out professional assistance. I mean the ladders challenging one right because as as a license healthcare provider. Of course. I i need to save. Please visit your primary care provider and having been a primary care provider. I know that you're not gonna get much help there. So i've met my legal and ethical duty. But i also know like it's where where's it gonna get you right. They're not gonna do the complex adrenal testing that functional medicine holistic provider might So if that is within your financial capacity to go to functional medicine to go to a holistic healthcare provider to go to acupuncture to go to bodywork would recommend those things in addition to talking with a counselor therapist coach. Right someone who is focused on helping you to understand the complexity of what burn out really looks like then of course let us note the irony here right if you're feeling wicked burned out. What's the last thing you want to. Maybe talk about it right or like even hunt for someone see if they take your insurance if you could afford it make an appointment schlep across town find or find park. you know. it's i mean. One of the pandemic has been horrifying of course particularly for black and brown folks. Low income folks. But what's been phenomenal about. The pandemic is the shift. That's how a health and the fact that now so much more is available from your living room. So i do want to remind folks that maybe the part isn't part of it so consider maybe that does it need to be a barrier to care and i think it's important for us to recognize that it takes a big person to say. Okay yell i am not well. I write hired. I m out like that's step number one and then loving yourself enough perhaps or wanting to give yourself the grace of the compassion that you deserve to then say okay. I am going to take responsibility here and do something about it because in the moment that i you know step like figuring out what you're gonna do here that can certainly be overwhelming but when you take a step back and you think about the benefits that will come hand in hand with you doing something for yourself with you getting willing to step outside of that comfort zone. Make a change. That's going to impact this extreme level of bernau. That's worth it in the long

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Cabo Delgado Residents forced to leave

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Cabo Delgado Residents forced to leave

"Islamist fighters have been laying siege since last week to the town of palma in northern. Mozambique near africa's largest ever private investment project over the weekend residents and foreign workers made desperate escape attempts by land and sea. Hundreds of people have attempted to flee the town running into forests and nearby villages. Two hundred civilians were sheltering inside the hotel in the town of palmer of the militant surrounded the compound and nearby natural gas project from french company. Total tell has been forced to suspend operations. Dozens have been killed and many more still unaccounted for. Some described harrowing scenes of streets and beaches littered with decapitated bodies. This insurgency has been terrorizing the country's kabo delgado province since two thousand seventeen earlier this month. America's government designated the insurgents as an arm of islamic state isis mozambique's violent extremist insurgency has re tactic in the countries coupled. Oh god oh province and killed more than thirteen hundred civilians. Isis mozambique's continued attacks. Have caused displacement of nearly six hundred seventy thousand persons within mozambique.

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How Your First Time Home Buying Decision Affects Long-Term Wealth With Scott And Mindy

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

How Your First Time Home Buying Decision Affects Long-Term Wealth With Scott And Mindy

"Scott trag- mini jensen. Welcome back to the bigger pockets. Podcast each of you former guest house here on the show. Now your Your guest which is pretty exciting. What's up guys. How's it going. Thanks for having us. I'm super excited to be back. I haven't seen you in one hundred years so i know it actually has been a while Kobe put a delay to my regular trips to denver but didn't stop. David greene hair from travel in the world and hanging out in mexico. What's up david. What's going on guys. Yeah i'm in kabul san lucas. It's my first time here. It's pretty awesome. Yeah sometimes you gotta take a vacation from maui. I guess right. I don't like to myself on the back. It's been very hard. I think. I just realized for the first half my life that when people say they're going to kabo and kabul san lucas set the same thing. Is that true. I think i've never realized that was the same thing to different cities. But i just put that two and two together that that was the same thing. I'm going to new york versus. New york. city apparently shortened nickname. Anyway rather than talking about my intelligence or lack thereof. Let's get into the scott mindy you guys last few years so for those who do not know you. I want to start with this one. Scott obviously you know everyone knows scott tranche. Everyone knows me jensen but for those who don't who are you. What's your real estate strategy. Ben and then. I wanna move into talking about the market a little bit. But let's start with that. We'll start with mindy ladies first. Mindy who are you and What what are you doing. My name's mindy jonathan. I do a lot in real estate. I am primarily a flipper. Which means i buy a house that is very unattractive. I move into it. I live in it as my primary residence fixing it up. So i live in a construction zone for two years and then sell it and make massive tax free cash when i sell it. I'm also a real estate agent in colorado. And i am the community manager for big pockets and the co host of the bigger pockets. Money podcast with me as always is my illustrious co host scott trench. Thanks wendy for the eliminating ensure there. I'm scott trench from the ceo of bigger pockets. I'm an investor here in denver colorado. I've got Eight units about one point six one point seven million in assets within that portfolio and the last couple of years have been a little quiet for me on the acquisition front and my personal portfolio. I have been spending more of that time. Investing in syndications and last year. I really set up property. Management rehabbed and Tackled a bit of maintenance that i had been deferring guests on this show. And i've been differing on a couple of my properties and took care that this year. And so i was able to reset them. Do a big refinance take a lot of cash out nine back into acquisition mode looking for that next deal. Awesome guys well speaking of next deal. It's been a crazy last year. Obviously with the real estate market covid doing some crazy things and things that i don't think any of us really necessarily expected i shouldn't i. Was you know worry that we're going to see a crash or something happened and all of a sudden instead it's just like somebody shot him on steroids into the real estate market the last six months. Why do you think real estate has gotten so competitive. And i don't even call hot as the best word i can use for it. Real real. The real markets gotten hot almost everywhere in the country. Why is that. And then i'll ask. Where do you think it's headed but let's start with that one mindy. Why do you think it's gotten so crazy lately. I think there are a bunch of actors of course cove it. I think a lot of people who were considering selling but maybe didn't have to sell has decided that i'm not gonna have random people traipsing through my house bringing their covid into my house and then i catch it and maybe die so i think there's a shortage of sales just based on the market are the pandemic itself. I think there are ridiculously low. Interest rate why. No they're low interest rates that are fueling people. Ooh i can upgrade to a better house and we didn't have anybody building houses from two thousand eight to two thousand and twelve thirteen fourteen. I mean in my area. They're just starting to do these massive builds again and it takes time and there's people that are still moving here but there's nothing to buy so prices just keep going up. I just sold a house on friday for more money than i thought was ever possible here in the story over and over. Scott what do you think. Yeah i would agree. I think the the first biggest lever is going to be interest rates. The payment matters more than the price to most homebuyers and frankly most landlords like all that fifty percent rule your expenses are not magically changing. You know in those two in those types of things based on interest rates so if your interest rate if your your payment goes down you can afford to buy. You can pay more for the same property and get achieve the same or greater cash flow so i think that interest rates are the number one biggest lever and then the second one is going to be the stimulus and just the in injection of cash and liquid into the economy. In general. I think that last year a lot of people weren't spending as much money as they nip term typically what at least those who would be potential competitors of yours when buying homes and rental properties and so people are now in a position to buy with liquidity and low interest rates. I think fundamentally the that's what's driving it. And then i also think diminish point the other factors are all many of them are also fueling this. There's been an exodus from apartments to single family homes red single-family rents have gone up apartment. Rents have fallen over the last year. Single family housing prices have exploded by more. I think it was like single family. Rents went up by three four percent and prices went up eight nine percent over the year. I think that's that's showing a fuel in demand from apartments to single family homes as rentals but an even greater preference to buy. I think fueled by that interest rate shift so other things. Lack of housing starts continued population. Growth and then Inflation in expectation of inflation. In general are all you know fuelling real estate right now. Who knows how long that will continue but hasn't been a bad year for those who held real estate going into twenty twenty.

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An Encyclopedia of Betrayal

Latino Rebels Radio

03:39 min | 1 year ago

An Encyclopedia of Betrayal

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Cleveland Browns beat Pittsburgh Steelers in historic victory

America's First News

01:40 min | 2 years ago

Cleveland Browns beat Pittsburgh Steelers in historic victory

"The the weight weight of of history history or or practicing practicing or or having having your your head head coach coach on on the the sidelines sidelines or or dealing dealing with with covert covert 19 19 or or not not making making the the playoffs. playoffs. Friend Friend forever. forever. The The Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns overcame it all yesterday, dismantling the Pittsburgh Steelers 48 37 in the wild card round, picking up the franchise, his first postseason victory and more than a quarter century, earning a trip to Kansas City next Sunday to face the Defending Super Bowl champs Myles Garrett, calling the victory over the Steelers. Poetic justice. You remember what it was like to go on 16, right? What does it feel like to get the first playoff win since 1994 for this franchise? Not only that, but the first win in Pittsburgh just been spent and leave. Remember? He entered my season. Money ended our season. My first year, maybe on 16. They wouldn't want to give us our first platform. That's that's poetic justice. But they battled hard. A lot of guys left this field screaming, Same old Browns and Kabo. What? What was the message You guys were determined to send today to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Were disrespected. I mean, with media with comments from Doo doo and no other players on the team now that that we're just gonna Come out here is W cape walking? No, they're not. I bring this on way. We're going to come out here without giving my best shot. Audio courtesy of ESPN. The victory the Browns first postseason victory of any kind since beating New England in 1995 3. Months before Baker Mayfield was born. You've got

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"kabo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"kabo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Here at the Texas Please. Because I've had to survive. I got Romeo Cornell coaching me. And I survived Bill O'Brien. Can I get some help? So Yesterday. On the Robin Lundberg Show. John McClane, not the guy from die hard. The guy who covers the Texans. Who you talking about a guy that's like Really connected to what's going on with the team. I don't know if you're gonna find any beat reporter who's is connected. His John McClane is John McClane told Robin yesterday that Houston vans shouldn't be worried that the Shawn is going anywhere. There's no possible fallout Shod Watson will not be traded under any circumstances. I know there's been conjecture for the last two days, Watson has said. Not of this. It's all being late anonymously to national media people that he's unhappy because he thinks the older coming there told him he would run the general manager Hiring by M. And did not and the head coach hiring. Of course, they haven't done that yet. And I'll say there's Robin in my 45 years covering it up, though I've never heard of a team running at GM are by player But the sources quote unquote Cezanne and because Tom McNair told me do it didn't do it and make ma'am at lunch with him and has talked to him two or three times. And Watson has wanted to communicate. And I'm pretty sure neck osario, the new GM, who said he was going to reach out to watch in when he gets back from vacation, and Kabo, and he'll talk to JJ Watt and then because there's two stars in the two team leaders, and he'll talk to other players. Co stereo's really good talker. We saw that yesterday out in under the Patriot umbrella. He was terrific in his own with us, but nothing's coming of Watson in March of last year, everybody Said the same thing that traders with savory wants out. He wants to be traded. He'll play out his contract on cold people. There's nothing to it then, and it's nothing. Who would now he will be back. I tend to agree with John, but I do think that he is kind of pushing off that it's a cascade effect. It's not just one thing like like to me. All of those things are connected. Where and remember there was a tweet from to Shawn Watson has since been deleted. Where he said, you know nothing changes. With the way that I guess we're all the conjecture part is that we all think that he's talking about the way that the Texans could be running. He could be talking about his favorite breakfast place, not Putting something menu back on the item item back on the menu, but he could be talking about that. I ran across this piece. A couple guys that I know and really, really like for pro football focus. Put together a list. Brad Spiel Burger and Kevin Cole. They put together a list, saying Yeah, it's probably unlikely that he gets traded. But if you were going to trade him, you would need to send him to a place that could offer you a quarterback back. And has the necessary capital to send back to the Texans, Ford to Shawn Watson, and they need cap space to be able to pull off a trade. So here are the four places where they could, from a cap flexibility and capital standpoint. Pull it off. So listen up because maybe this affects you. Number one they had the Miami Dolphins. And they're saying the number three pick the number 18 pick and two up. That that would be the where you would start and that you would have enough draft capital to do that, and you have enough cap space to make the play at some point. Anthony put this on the list of things that were going to do at some point this this winner at some point we need to have a discussion about two. In Miami. That's That's later hypothetical. Trade number two The Jets number two number 27 Sam Darnel. That solves your quarterback problem, doesn't it? If you are the New York Jets. And they have some cap flexibility as well. They will be able to run out there. Number three the Jacksonville Jaguars. What would you trade the number one. In other words, Trevor Laurence. Number 21 number 33. So two ones and a two And the Texas will be getting the opportunity to draft Trevor Lawrence back. So that's that number four. The 40 Niners. Hypothetically. Number 12 number 43. 20,022 1st and in 2023, 1st and Jimmy Garoppolo. So they're a couple other place they mentioned. The Bears who shot Watson has been connected to don't tell Bears fans. They will get furious. The Patriots no one wants that to happen. And the Washington football team. For me. It's pretty simple, though. For me. Do what you need to do to make this guy happy. It's not that difficult. All he wants is to be invested in the process. And players like that. Are usually Invested in the process. It doesn't mean that you're turning over control of your franchise. To him. It just means He's got an opportunity Tol make you better and he wants to feel like he is being treated like a franchise quarterback. I'm going to talk about that. And the games that we saw yesterday. And the games that will see today with Ross Tucker as we talk about the NFL. I'm Lawrence Holmes. Thanks so much for hanging out with me. It's Sunday morning, and you're listening to CBS Sports radio. Are you the parent of a 227 year old? Listen closely for an exciting free radio offer by now, you've probably heard of ABC Mouse, the Parent's Choice Award winning online learning program.

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"kabo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"kabo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Whatever you need. Band AIDS. Has Dr S. Scott been setting on his hands? Not acquiring more ventilators and more ICU bed space. Todd has he been? It's been preoccupied, you know, dealing with Kabo, Kabo San Lucas Mayor Adler, right has don't understand it. They keep throwing this fear out there, but even their own reaction to their own fear. Words does not correlate with the fear because I think, Todd honestly, the the cynical side of me. Which is a big side of me right now. It thinks that they want this to happen. I got I gotta be honest with you. I think they want they almost want to go. I told you So, According to the city of Boston scope in 19 dashboard, current numbers for our area show 156 ICU beds are in use right now. With 552 hospitalized. 91 folks are currently on a ventilator now has got urged the public to stay in and avoid non essential travel and group settings while speaking to the Travis County Commissioners Court just yesterday. Any time I've heard the mayor talk about this topic when he's reporting numbers or any ish anything to do with it. Any bad side of it. Most of it is a you know, it's hard to find a positive spin on anything on this, but He almost talks about it with a little bit of a little bit of giddiness in his voice, and any time I do it any time I hear it, I should say I I really think that they would be part of it would be kind of happy if this happened to go. I told you so. See, we were right. We were right the whole time. Y'all y'all? Y'all thought that we were that we were overreacting. No, we were right. We were right. And we could show you that because see all our beds are for all the better for all the beds are full. And Yeah, you're right. I just now We're this far in it. How is it? They're not ready for any scenario? Yeah, that's that's not good man. That's not good at all. Now. Austin currently has a positivity rate of 15%, which is up from 12% of the week prior. And the outlook is grand moving ahead and that number alone right? There is a little deceiving, You know, I mean, that number could change as more people get tested. It fluctuates. It goes up and down. As Scott says. We're just now starting to see cases pop up from Christmas, and he expects to see even more cases in the next 10 to 14 days after New Year's Eve, he says, quote we're getting. We're going to realize those increases in hospital admissions in ICU admissions. This week's, which we will certainly change the outlook next week surrounding counties there Seeing those increases as well. Bass Trop County is a 24% positivity rate. Caldwell County 21%. Hays County 19%. 20% Up in Williamson County and Dr S. Scott says the Is a troubling trend. I want to say this one more time, and I don't want to sound like a broken record. I'll keep it short. But we've got to remember. We've got to remember that when anybody is admitted to the hospital for anything broken ankle ruptured spleen, whatever it is, whatever it is, you're admitted to the hospital for right now you have to have a covert test. These numbers do not mean that there are people lying in the hospital sick. With coveted It doesn't mean that it means that Yeah, Some people also tested positive for Cove it we cannot. They want us to panic for these numbers, but we should not. They keep talking about how our hospital community is, you know, stretched to its limits. When E. Before this virus. We were talking about a nursing shortage in Texas. I mean, that's been a problem for decades. You know what I mean? But I don't see anything from local hospitals saying these things. In fact, I haven't heard that I haven't heard any hospital officials say, Stay home We can't handle to take you anymore. No, I haven't heard that. I haven't heard anything from hospital officials We have yet to hear from a hospital official. You're listening to the best of Todd and don on NewsRadio. K O B. J right now you're listening to the best of the Todd and don show But stay with us. We're live coming up at 5 30 A news radio.

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Could Subscription Models Save Hotels?

Business Wars Daily

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Could Subscription Models Save Hotels?

"There's nothing quite like staying in a Nice Hotel and Ashiq, location to make you feel like a VIP. Maybe you prefer staying near the warm sandy beaches of Kabo, San Lucas were being nestled in a bustling Paris Rondi small. If. You're ready to board an airplane takeoff to somewhere far away travel subscription might be just the ticket. Subscription based models have taken over everything from entertainment to clothing purchases. Now, the tourism industry is following suit vacation club Inspir- Otto has reduced the price of it subscription model for twenty five, hundred dollars a month you get your pick of luxury vacation homes, hotels, and resorts all over the world with no other fees. Taxes were nightly rate charges a new six, hundred dollars. A month option gives you access to the company's lodging options, but you also have to pay for the room. Bookings through your inspiration subscription can last up to sixty days but a minimum of seven days is required between a checkout in a new check in so you can't fund your endless vacation on an inspiration subscription, but you can bring guests they just have to pay their own airfare. The company told C. Suite Quarterly magazine that pass holders typically travel every six to eight weeks with an average of four nights per trip. Another company adopting the subscription travel model is amsterdam-based citizen 'em Hotel. The brand isn't targeting jet-setters instead, it's targeting quote freelancers digital nomads in adventurers who love Big City Life, but not big city rent prices. In other words if you're sick of working from home and M.'s Goebel passport gives you access to twenty one hotels in fourteen cities including New York Paris and Amsterdam. For roughly fifteen hundred dollars a month you can stay at any citizen 'em hotel for the month or travel between hotels with a seven night minimum stay at each you also get access to meeting rooms and the living room workspace. So you have some room to move around in in addition the company's corporate subscription plan is about six hundred dollars. Per employee per month, companies get access to meeting rooms and living room workspaces plus each employee gets three overnight stays per month travel media companies skipped called traveled subscriptions a mega trend to watch, but they also face some obstacles I. Obviously, the pandemic people are worried about covid nineteen and travel restrictions are a moving target borders may be open one day and closed the next depending on the viruses spread while the US State Department lifted the travel advisory about international travel the Centers for Disease Control still advises. against. The travel to dozens of countries including most of Europe Canada and Mexico The Wall Street Journal reports, and June survey by the International Air Transport Association found that more than half of people surveyed. Don't plan to get on a plane this year at all. But for those who are ready to start traveling again for work or pleasure subscriptions grant. To enviable destinations in lodgings and tourism companies are hoping their offers are enticing enough. Customers will check it out. And start, making plans to check in. Once again.

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Goodbye, 2018  a year of data and privacy scandals

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:21 min | 4 years ago

Goodbye, 2018 a year of data and privacy scandals

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kabo this holiday season. Give your loved ones the gift of stress free TV with control center by Kabo the easy way to control everything connected to your TV with just one remote control center is available at C A V, O dot com and best buy control center by capo one remote that does it all. The year that was in business and technology from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. It is New Year's Eve. And that means we made it friends to the end of twenty eighteen which was by any account, a huge year in the world of business and technology. I mean, fortnight alone, right? There were also huge data and privacy scandals. Amazon search for headquarters movie pass came and went this week. We're going to be looking back at the year. That was an ahead to the stories that will be big in two thousand nineteen in tech policy NCIS which starts next week today. A look back with Tom Merritt, host of the daily tech news show. We both agreed on one thing Europe dropped the mic on tech and privacy with its big new law. The general data protection regulation or GDP are well, it looms over everything because every company that does business in Europe has to comply with it every company that is big in the United States does business in Europe and complying with it usually has knock on affects to the way. It handles privacy. And other markets. A lot of times companies are saying, well, we'll change our practice in Europe. But will also just change it everywhere else for simplification. The DP are got a good at it in a sense because it coincided I think with what I thought was sort of the biggest trend of the past year, which was this sort of collective awareness of the business model of the internet as exemplified by Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. There's the bargain we thought we were making which was giving some data in exchange for free services. And then I think there was this realization that oh, wow. We thought we gave our data to once. I turned out. We gave it to everyone. And it turned out they printed money off of it. Do you agree? Do you think that case to change it a lot for how we think about privacy? Yeah. No it up -solutely. Did you're absolutely right. I I find the case odd. But as most things are it's not the best example of this. A lot of the people reporting on it were shocked shocked to find that this kind of practice is going. Right. It wasn't new it hadn't not been reported on. And this actually wasn't the most aggressive example we've ever seen, but because of the nexus of events regarding attitudes towards Facebook and attitudes towards politics, it blew up and became the poster story for this issue. Yeah. All right. Well, so what do you think though? I mean, this wasn't the only thing that it was actually quite a momentous year. You could argue in tech avent's what what's a big one for you. You know, I think the other thing we're seeing trend wise this year is the eruption of streaming video as a battleground for companies who want to be in it before it really does overtake cable the writings on the wall. Everyone knows that streaming videos overtaking traditional cable service and everyone's getting into position the biggest example of that is Disney fighting off Comcast to buy a large majority of FOX in order to get a back catalog of television from FX FX x. And FOX studios to put in streaming services. But also it looks like they're going to get full control of Hulu after that. So Disney will be in good position to continue to compete with Netflixing prime video after that acquisition. Tom Merritt is host of the daily tech new show tomorrow, we'll talk with futurist Amy Webb about her predictions for the near future of tech. Happy new year everyone. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM December thirty first is coming up fast. And that means time is running out to support marketplace and make your gift go twice as far donate today. A marketplace dot org to invest in news, you value and trust and your contribution in any amount will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at can Dida. Thanks for believing in what we do.

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One problem with fake news? It really, really works (Replay)

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:06 min | 4 years ago

One problem with fake news? It really, really works (Replay)

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed that com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by Kabo this holiday season, give your loved ones the gift of stress free TV with control center Bykov. Oh, the easy way to control everything connected to your TV with just one remote control center is available at C a veto dot com and best buy control center by Kabo one remote that does it all. The problem with fake news. Is that it really really works from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. This year fake news made a huge splash as companies and governments tried to figure out who should be in charge of spotting misinformation and getting rid of it something they're still dealing with. And we'll be well into twenty nineteen MIT researchers the non Rawl has found that the not true stuff what he calls. False news is not only hard to stop. But that it's really effective. A recent study found that false news travels way, more efficiently and much farther than the truth. In an article published this year in the Harvard Business Review Arale says that misinformation can have some very real costs. There's a story from Brock Obama's presidency where a false tweet that indicated that he was injured in an explosion wiped out one hundred thirty billion dollars of equity value in a single day. These types of stories can have consequential impacts on our democracy on businesses on our national security. And so it's a problem we really need to concentrate on. So what can be done one of the things you talk about changing the incentives for companies, either disincentivising them to spread misinformation or incentivizing them to fight it. What are they doing? What could they be doing? Yes. So when you when it comes to changing, the incentives, we know now that a lot of the false news that spreads is not spread for political reasons, but is spread for economic reasons. The social media advertising ecosystem monetize his attention or eyeballs to content and if false news spreads farther faster, deeper and more broadly than the truth than it is incentivizes producers of false news to produce more false news in order to earn more advertising revenue if platforms like Facebook are to be responsible for the spread of known falsities than they could use policies. Technologies algorithms to reduce or dampen the spray. Of this type of news, which may reduce the incentive to create it in the first place. Talk to me about consumer behavior because changing consumer behavior seems like the most uphill battle of all like, well, this alternately fall on companies and or regulators. So it's interesting you talk about consumer behavior because as we were doing this study. There was a lot of congressional testimony talking about the role of bots or software programs and spreading false news. And what we found was that. In fact, bots spread false and true news at approximately the same rate. So Botts could not explain why false news traveled so much farther faster deeper and broadly than the truth over the ten years of data that we studied on Twitter what that means is human decision making is contributing significantly to the spread of false news. So understanding how to think about consumer behavior is a really important part. Of dealing with the false. News podrumedic, synon- Arale is a researcher at MIT and head of that school's initiative on the digital economy. His paper argues that algorithms will play a huge role in spotting false information online, but twenty nine thousand nine could see a new era of fake news. Forget false articles. We may start seeing lots of fake videos to I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM December thirty first is coming up fast. And that means time is running out to support marketplace and make your gift go twice as far donate today. Marketplace dot org to invest in news, you value and trust and your contribution in any amount will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at can Dida thanks for believing in what we do this. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed when it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates using. An intuitive online dashboard. And when you need to hire fast, accelerate your results with sponsor jobs. New users can try for free at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. Terms, conditions, and quality standards apply.

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Emma Watson's New Businessman Beau Brendan Wallace

Morning Edition

00:17 sec | 4 years ago

Emma Watson's New Businessman Beau Brendan Wallace

"Trending online right now is Emma Watson Emma, Watson was spotted cozying up to tech CEO Brendan Wallace. During a recent vacation, Kabo, San Lucas Mexico. The couple was caught sharing a kiss across the table during their dinner and fans are going

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