17 Burst results for "L P O"

"l p o" Discussed on The Pog State

The Pog State

07:30 min | 3 months ago

"l p o" Discussed on The Pog State

"Coaching and other stuff and I remember one of the things he would do was with his with his cell phone. He would walk around the block near my area to get wi fi from all the. Other level of expose them. S. That's how bad it will you. Would walk around and. Say, what are you doing? He's like I'm getting Wifi from all the places. He's connected times. So there was that. Being in that position by the way. Whether. You're traveling or like you just ran out of daughter on your phone maybe. Only happened like ten years ago dot was a thing that was extraordinarily difficult to come by. But like I think we've all been there. There's absolutely no reason feel ashamed. So, for Wifi there were there was that Like tempo storm stuff was like unfortunate. I, mean he had to test into it. He was actually there with summit Now some some. It was there he went by a different ID, Ben He was actually testing for Midland at the time, and then he went back to career actually to join a Freika I believe some remember I don't know And so after yeah, after a ten percent, we came back all that stuff happened I actually didn't know the story about how you ended up at Brazil those my first time hearing it I didn't I didn't remember how. It all transpired. So. Yeah. It was pretty much like my memory. It was also the way that you I mentioned this before we started filming a couple couple of days ago right? Like how you got the idea Ruben, because you're used to be Lazarus. I don't know if you've ever like mentioned the story on your ideas I mean. 'cause it's kind it. I guess taboo in a way I mean I just Kinda WanNa. Call you something inside from now on. Calms. Zoning. Inside so That was pretty much that and then We've just we've stayed in touch I guess. ever since we you know we talk somewhat often. That's really really cool Now, I need to get to the bottom something. I'm sure there's a lot of our viewers at home that are a little bit confused because of course, your Korean, Sam. and. You've now moved to Brazil where they speak Portuguese. But your English is basically first language level. We like have you spent time a lot of time in America we brought up in America. What's what sort of that story as well? Because that's what got me at the beginning. Why followed my dad to the US when I was young around nine and I stayed there for four years? So it was like might infant. Sort of getting into the elementary type of like. Okay everything. So even though. Because I stayed in career for the rest of the time. Between like eleven to twenty three I was always in career but because it's just in my system it never. Went. Away. Wow man that's actually really impressive because only like a few years of of SORTA like I guess full exposure and I. Think there's a lot of people that would not have You'll level of comprehension off to that as well because you know you come off to me like someone who's actually an American. And they moved back to to career to pursue a sports and then moved to Brazil you can easily sold me that story if you wanted to but outs, it's incredibly impressive and I guess now begs the question how's you Portuguese coming along over in? Brazil I think my reading find because. Primarily, idol learn language through twitter. So it's text and there's a lot of similar words between. English and Portuguese because I guess they're all based off of ladner something. Of which is there are a lot of similar words and on top of that because people on a daily basis only use a small variety four. It's pretty much if you just learned the keywords in just put the pieces together reading is. Pretty Easy I. Guess. But I can't like. Speak for myself. You know 'cause like generating grammars Kinda hard. So I don't really speak but. LISTENING IN READING IS A. Pretty good considering. If, I were to compare myself to other imports than So I guess, this brings me to a question that I've had for a while Based on the fact that Brazil does have a lot of Korean. Imports. Do you guys like hang out over there like I imagine that Koreans go to Brazil veterans speak a lot of Portuguese. Probably feel a little bit lonely Is there sort of like a a a group of you guys that that hang out or anything like that? Most recently s because There are some Korean here now but. When I first came after shrimp we were the only Koreans here there were shrimp then me and Lucy. So we we're the only three up until last year. Then once we won and went to worlds I think it Kinda of showed to the other works like maybe if you find the right people or if you mesh them all together, imports can still technically work. So after so the beginning of twenty twenty, there was a big boom to get like a lot of Koreans like, for example, a chance on one from Han, Mir and Yep a wreck rainbow which was originally on HQ, they important him to. And there were a couple others, there were a total of. Seven to eight new recruits and also sky escaped was here too. But yet they all came pretty much at the beginning of the year, and then some of them left because covid zone. So forth. Before there was a big gap where they didn't really a prefer imports, but now I think. They're investing a lot more. It's interesting I feel like the has been sort of this move. Massively in two thousand, fifteen to everyone needs to get a Korean. If you don't feel you're in sport import slots with Koreans than you're doing something absolutely wrong and then it was sort of a move back to we should probably have everyone being to communicate together and now it's Sorta like I dunno balanced out and a lot of the Koreans that have sort of a moved in and really integrated themselves. I think rookies probably the perfect example of someone that is entire him alongside join me to play as that have absolutely become Chinese right and so now like. I of course, think of rookie as a as a Korean player. But the Chinese fans look at rookie is like he's the figurehead of I j like and a lot of their SORTA like Chinese L. P. O. Pride is now in a Korean that they don't necessarily look at his Korean I think there's a lot of examples of plays that alike like this and I think it's really really cool that. I think Turkey is another example of a region that has embraced a lot of Korean imports as well they certainly filled.

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"l p o" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

06:54 min | 3 months ago

"l p o" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"V space. There are platforms that make sense as well. I think entrepreneurs at least from our understanding and when as I mentioned earlier on reference calls entrepreneurs care less and less at the seed stage about brand the legacy firms they've been around for a long time and they're capital is certainly valuable but there is a stage where that matters. But at the seed stage, you want to know that you're. Sitting across the table from the decision maker, the person that is going to roll up their sleeves and help this out in a pandemic or whatever the next crisis that we hit, and if we haven't already were moving more and more towards this idea that at the seed state free seed seed, and even up to the series a, you have these GP's Solo capitalists that are that they are entrepreneurs. Turned investors that they know what you've been through. They are sitting across the table and saying look I can help you build this and it's not to say that brand name firms can't do that. But there's more bureaucracy and there's more red tape for stage firm for instance to be able to make a decision as quick as a solo GP. Now absolutely, not I totally agree with you in terms. Of the central kind of politics around season making lack net chains near making prices I do WanNa touch on some peak as well away because it's a very interesting in terms of it's a fun of funds on that. Some see as the Iraq question and I'm really instincts is a little manages the on the BBC side directly, and so when we think about in it raising summit peak of. How is the fundraising process for you in three words and emotional rollercoaster look we're fortunate to have an amazing group of LP's we raised fund one from two, thousand, eighteen, two, thousand, and nineteen, and raise eighty, four, million dollars. It was nothing that we had expected meaning I. Don't know if we had expectations. Our expectations were probably you know we've been doing this for a decade we have a track record we have a portfolio of GP's that you can see the should be easy and we quickly realize how difficult it is to raise capital that being said for first time fond and putting up at eighty four, million dollar fund were extremely proud of the amount. Of capital raised we sort of slogged it through and we also had GP's that were just great partners along the way and supportive through that process i. mean that's fantastic. Tearing oversee I had so many great things from Ray, which is lovely. Ahead of time I to you're reflective on the process like there are things that when I look back on off on as I would do differently and again when you think about what you did well, you do again, you turning eat the in change. What are those things you do differently in those things that you keep doing the same so on what we would do differently, a lot of our LP's no this story but. To other people, we committed the entire fund before we had even lined up an anchor industrial. So we had nearly eighty million of company investments, as well as fund investments by summer of two, thousand, eighteen right when we launched and the reason for that was all of the GPS we wanted in this portfolio were raising capital and we wanted to make sure that we could secure our LP advisory board seat ten secure our allocation to I would now hard to access funds, and so we had an eighty million dollar overhang of capital commitments and yet to raise any money and you know a few months later on the last night I'm sorry I would be kidding myself. So it was a year and a half of sleepless nights and this constant chasing your tails raise capital. So that's one thing that I would say or give advice to not do again we made it through we raise capital and raise enough capital to meet our commitments like I said, we had support GP's that said Hey. We know you don't have money and we're okay if you commit to our fund, we know you're good for it and that is we couldn't have done it without them. You know if you miss that capital call it okay. You can catch up or we won't call capital from you for six months and you'll be okay. But that being said, I would never do that against that is the never do again you know as far as what went well, we tapped into our network when you look at our fun one and are fun to a hundred percent or nearly one hundred percent of our capital came from people we've known for the past decade and being an. Lp for so long you build an LP network and the people that came into our fun they know us. So there's trust respect to end relationship, and then there's the investing side and they know how we invest, and so it's something that we were able to tap into for our fund and we should tap into more I mean frankly we did a poor job of not really reaching our entire network. I mean, look we're early in it. So that's why we have fun too and now. I fund behind us, but it's something that I would say gave us a lot of success in raising capital, which was our network. Now, I eight grandsons about network driven elements can I ask incomes who kind of Obviously, we spoke about the as Darren investors by often because of the strategy is widely equal behind it. Now, with some peak you on this very lovely auction t Tama blind countless and create what you want when it came to port for their construction. Really Interesting Refund Funds Perspective. How you'll coach further construction and bluntly in terms of diversification, is it the same levels of diversification? How do you think about minds? So look our portfolio today nears we've been investing for the last decade or eight years and venture, which is even with a blank canvas. We have had this approach of having a more concentrated approach, which means that we think twelve to fifteen. GP's is sort of the optimal number of GP's or funds to back as well as anywhere from twenty to thirty, underlying direct or CO investment to direct investments into companies co-investments. If you dig in a little bit further on portfolio construction, we allocate sixty percent of our capital to early stage GP's, and these are people that. We've now been backing since two thousand twelve and they are now on their second third fourth or fifth vintage of their own life cycle. Sixty percent of the portfolios for that ten percent is reserved for new GP's. So in our fund one, we backed four new GP's in our fun to we have back to one new GP, GP it means either they're new to us. They could be on their fun one or they could be on their front five, but they're just new to us. So we reserve that portion of our capital for those new GP's, and then thirty percent of our capital is reserved for co-investments as a lot of these micro VC's in early stage funds, they ultimately will run. Out of pro rata capital for later stage rounds. So we light coming into a company at that inflection point of growth, and that could be as early as a series a as a series see. So we reserves thirty percent of our capital for that co-investment piece of our portfolio totally and I'm sorry in finance. But I running have this obsession with L. P. O.. Michelle. So I'm just going to help you with questions that I'm intrigued by an inside. The first one is a lot of come to me and say, Hey, this sound p. wants to invest.

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"l p o" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

03:53 min | 4 months ago

"l p o" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"And I remember soon as I took over the platoon. We had a training mission that night. Was it that night. Yes, it was that night and when I took over the platoon. The The the commanding officer called me. The off going the guy that was about to get relieved. They called him and the platoon chief into the office into his office, and we get in there, and he goes lieutenant so and so. performances subpar, and you are hereby relieved. And Of? Jaakko your now taking over. and. He says How did this go down? Oh! Yeah, and he says you know Lieutenant Own, so you're dismissed. That guy walks out. He says chief I know you I. Know You know you gotta? You gotTA platoon of guys. You had bad leadership I should done this earlier do whatever he said I want to put words in his mouth, but he said you know chief. You Got Jaakko and so you ask me if I knew these guys I knew. That Guy Okay platoon chief was a buddy of mine from team. We kind of one of the guys I grew up with the team won and yeah. He had a good relationship with the guys. Yes, he could kind of slide you young and so. So I was excited about that and the L. P. O. of the sister tune was like my best friend. Forever and the teams, so that was really solid to the. End In the task unit. Who being the task unit senior chief was another like guy that I grew up with a team one, so yeah I had some great connections, and that guy was like one of my favorite guys ever so yeah I'm pretty stoked. I got the commanding officer superstock. It's just it's awesome. It's awesome, and this is this is. Glowing right now, and this is why this why you're in the teams, right? This is why you this is why you work car. This is why you this why you take care of your teammates right because that's all is, this is guys that I known. For you know my whole career and they're all stoked coming in. They're freaking stoked. so. The Guy. The commanding officer says see later to this to this. He says hey, you know you're fired. And then the chief. He's chief, you know. Help with the transition. I know you got some good guys in there. And! He says Roger that he goes all right You can. You can go, I'll talk to Jaakko. The the chief looks goes Do you want me to tell? You want me to tell lieutenant so and so anything and I said yeah, I said, tell him to get his shit out of my desk, and like that, and and sure enough you know the the left and the commanding officer you know we talked for a little while, and then I went down, and that guy was gone, and his shit was out of my desk, and that's when I rolled in that night. We were doing a training mission. and. I immediately went in there and talked to chief, and I said Hey. WHO's the junior guy who I said? WHO's a junior guy? That like is good to go. And he goes this guy and I go. He's going to run the OP tonight. And he was like. Holding mean he's. He's GonNa run the OP tonight and he was like. Are you sure and I'm like YEP? So he did you know this young junior enlisted guy starts putting together the plan and the couple critical things happened and this. This junior enlisted guy ended up being A. Great friend of Mine and and very. Very Helpful to me because when you build relationships with your junior, let's guys that can tell you. What's going on Blah Blah Blah. So that night during this mission, we during this training mission, and again here we are we going to Iraq or we're praying to go to Iraq. And we were slotted. There.

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"l p o" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:06 min | 5 months ago

"l p o" Discussed on WTVN

"The lifeline Paul is founder of Miller and company L. L. P. O. basically you're an accountant that right Paul basically yes yeah thank you that's the thing you know you talk about it I mean you're a numbers guy and people need numbers guys because a lot of times the numbers leave people in the dust but when you're looking at the corona virus pandemic era a small business people who have applied for gotten loans from the federal government I mean sometimes it's like Hey I got it what do I do with it other people like I still haven't gotten it so where do you work small business in this country what do you think most people are right now I you know I'm hopefully gonna hang on that's what I'm hoping for a lot of people hopefully gonna hang on the wall that PPP money you think most businesses are are ready to handle it know what to do with it once they get it yes if they don't they called only ask questions and I give them guidance and I always give people the option this is what the law says and this is what your option is you know either way you look at it it's either income or or return along some people's businesses have not been able to be open so and a lot of employees don't want to come back to getting so much money staying home so this business difficult challenge in getting over that hurdle in the absence of those hurdles you businessman not be open so I've tried to tell them cash is king in gonna read if you have to pay it back pay it back but the fact is you want to get your business open that's a key factor most business is going to have to pay back my understanding on that P. P. P. money was if you kept all your employees in place you you've been you've watched all the you know dotted all the I's and cross all the TV's most of that money was forgivable is that true or no that is true okay if you if you comply with the guidelines which have just changed we're at sixty percent payable forty percent of their rent utilities does pension benefits those are the parameters you will have your money forgiven I want to be clear about it it's free given in the sense that you don't have a key back but it is income to you it is taxable income so how big of a bite is that for small business when the next year they're filing them and they're gonna have to put that on the dotted line well it depends if you business is fine and it's going along as normal and the PPP is just the safety net it's it's gonna hurt but if your business is crippled and you have this income when you have no other income you will have no back no no harm no foul like if your business was closed and you hired people in P. P. wall you have no income but capital expenses million last year it is it's a case by case scenario so so then the the clients that you work with Paul where do they fall generally it is our most of them you know just like you say they're just hanging on and this is their only income or have most of them a re opened and they are starting to get some business going it's across the board if you have internet companies with rising I have doctors who have licenses in different states to start operating a month ago I has will state people who are who have been able to balance it and you okay you have to be very nimble you have to be willing to work with your customer in the stand yes yeah in into you know when you look at that do you feel like I might my impression of business people is always they figure out a way you know government will make some rule and business will somehow figure out how to make it come their way and make it work did you feel like with the PPP money government got it right maybe missed the mark businesses figured it out in there and they're not getting it done figure it out one second is the next radio station one second six I guess he's got a boogie well there you go Paul Miller manner most people most people have figured it out on the definitely figured it out they definitely figured it out all right well hopefully they will continue that and use you because that's what it's all about Paul Miller thanks very much for the perspective and the time Paul Miller founder of Miller and company L. L. P. a CPA and accountant he's getting that money stuff done or is that McCoy back from vacation it is already all gone mad I mean the the first day back that Babbitt cation vibe is gone are you sure I hate the person yeah I do more so it's not so much being here because I like you to be in Baghdad doing the jobs okay it's tough when you have to get up to do it exactly it was it was waking up when you were getting up at three o'clock on the Irish is what you're saying though I was getting up you know relatively early but three o'clock now so yeah that was a little what time you were up to your phone Lee Geary at the diamond head when does that community kind of start to wake up when you when you start to see active well we would take a week to broader dog with us and Michelle and I are dog quite honestly was our wake up call for key if you would like want to go.

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"l p o" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:32 min | 8 months ago

"l p o" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Yeah and the exo time did the right thing. You know he kept it. He logged himself and kept a diary about and then when we got back you reported it because on one hand. It's like there's some people who thought it was disloyal. I'm like there's a bunch of joes up their who their whole careers are screwed. If they're anywhere near this. He saved all those he did the right thing. And so Yeah so it's a chaotic. There was a period like a couple of years in where I think. A third of the leadership all got swapped out and booted off the ship for fraternization all at once external investigation. Because everybody was just sleeping with everybody. The disciplinary females. Yeah Oh yeah and and so on and yet it was the Sky L. Pio at the time who really somehow he. I'm not a type person. It's easy to shut up especially if I'm like getting going like whatever like I I'm just I'm coming just like I was coming at that chief for him to be able to. Just shut me down like that like people who were there were like they looked at me like. Oh what's he going to say now and I just had nothing to say and I went down to my rack. This I'm on restrictions my first day restriction and. I literally go down to my rack and I lied down and I can feel something working inside me and I just I just I don't. It's hard to kind of really describe it. I woke up the next day and I was not just a different person. My job as a completely different person it was like I was like I matured ten years overnight where all of a sudden I woke up in the morning and I was like. Oh this is my life now and it didn't feel like that before in the same way I could be like you know when I was doing well in boot camp in school and everything it's like can be good at this game. You're playing a game right but getting to the point of realizing that like whatever the environment is around me like I've got my own responsibility to take care of my own circle here and literally the next like I just completely different person. This was late in two thousand five and around early. Two thousand six. This is just a few months after. I get off restriction for the third time this year and I'm a second class of the time because we were pretty calm. We got everybody wants at the beginning and so all of our leadership is changing out all at once and they gotTa Find Another L. P. O. And this is just a few months after me coming off. My third stint restriction in less than twelve months and they me the PO. Because I had turned around that much and part of it was because we had this one guy on board an older guy who kind of joined the fleet late. He was like a bouncer in Texas. Six five to sixty on Redo really great guy but an armory dude and he had kind of enough personal problems with other people in the division they could make him the L. P. O. But they knew nobody else division could handle them just on a personality level and so they put me in charge and it was exactly what you said as soon as I got to a point where I realized that the well-being of these other people's now depending on me or if I want to go start a fight with chief. That's going to roll downhill and these other guys as soon as that happened. I mean my mindset completely shifted it was it was it was a revelation and so the next year. I was two thousand five a I got convicted of cabins mass three times in two thousand six. I was the destroyer squadrons sailor of the year and got five and yeah and our division was the hot division on the ship we had we gave out. You Got Five Oh Yvonne. Yeah that'S INSANE. I was I was on fire and man I just you know. It wasn't just sit like I kind of realized like oh. I can kind of do the right thing. Now it was like a It was it was like this revelation to eating it up. I was like holy cow. I can just I can just go do all the right things and like I can take control of this situation and then I don't have to wait for other people to sort of tell me it's alright or to tell me what to do or I don't have to be reactive. I can just actually go make things happen you know and it was just a huge revelations so I was just eating it up and Yeah and I you know I that guy a lot you know I. Oh that guy a lot in high after that. We got along great He was this was before Don't ask don't tell got Shit can't and so he was. He was gay and when we go and we got to be like enough friends that when we go into ports in Australia and other places and he would wanna go off to like a bar somewhere. You couldn't tell anybody else like I would go with him because he had to have a Liberty Buddy. You gotTa have.

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"l p o" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"l p o" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Up the rhythm he already knew the answer and he was like Roger. I let everybody I let everybody. 'cause works Austin it's been and it was freezing using cold. It was freezing cold. It was raining so it was raining. So the and this is before we we had doors. We have doors on our Humvees so it's probably Thirty five or forty degrees because it was a little bit of sleet having so right around the freezing mark and we did Probably a fifth the four hour drive to get to the target area. The target was outside. It took us a few hours to get this whole thing settled. We ended up up with a giant. We ended up having to move around giant cache of weapons that we captured outside in the rain. Bob Long and we get in the vehicles. And so you're you're the vehicles it's thirty five to forty degrees. It's raining and you've got a fifty mile. An hour wind the entire time because the door the door. So everyone's freezing when we get back. ACT The sun's coming up so it's been an entire cycle darkness so I don't know how many hours was something like no sleep in L. P. O.. Comes over the radio. He's Eh boss. Can we take it back to camp and fuel vehicles later. I'm like negative. I would stake. Where was this? Baghdad gets colder there middle of winter cold especially with at that sixty mile an hour wind. So there you go. That's the deal that's the deal you take care. You take care of that team gear her. Because I guarantee you that one time you decide you're going to not fuel up the vehicles that's the time you're GonNa Call Cure F- and we would get called out on cure fs pretty regularly. Not all the time but I mean it was no it was a high it.

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"l p o" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

12:59 min | 1 year ago

"l p o" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

"To if it makes sense. It totally yeah so so the fourth one which Matt so eloquently T.. Dot For me and I blew it is value in when you focus on one audience an only one audience you can create so much value. Spend so much time doing what I did. Sit creating the bullet points creating the thought leadership all these things you can create so much more value and quality in diets. Ultra dial in that that. How can anybody else compete with you right? Because they're working with many audiences will never be able to compete with you with this one audience. Because they're spending paying all the time with others now they can. They might be able to leverage stuff that broker dealer or something people are their site that realized that a work with a lot of people who will be the same for your audience so you can create more value than everybody else around you if you're if you have an expertise and leadership at one audience so what you end up doing with more value is three things which will Atlanta Glenn back to our ultimate benefits and you'll notice benefits by the Senate so the first one Attract more clients when you have more when you add more value Tunisia audience you'll attract more people right track or people make she moray when you attract we have more value are your tract better clients. Because they'll be the people who were exactly who you WANNA work in. Guess what that making more money the other thing it as so the third The next thing with attracting better currencies. It makes you happier at work that's about as belt. That's totally behold on. I love that you just said that. What but but you have to say the why? Why why is it GonNa make you happier work because you have more time? You're making more money. You're focused in your work. Let the people who know how to work with you know and Hope if there's somebody if their niche they should be people that you really enjoy it work to most advisors when they're coming up with a niche should say is and something about this people feel. I can really help them. Really inspired passionate. I get them. I just love help them. Those are typically the best audiences the best needs. He's free to go with. In some cases it may be advised. Says I don't care people I love. Don't have any money or they're frustrated me in certain ways love but But these people are just know how to help them. Maybe we'RE NOT GONNA go hang out and have a beard together. Go Golfing but I really know how to help them. So I mean that happened to but more often than not people really enjoy in that typically makes you happier. And guess what it's GonNa make your staff at Bir means they're gonNA stick around longer brogden offer better service and quality to your clients which you can see the senators. Just keep building build on on each other And it's kind of make your clients happier because they're gonNA feel that love they're gonNA feel that passion they're gonNA they're gonNA understand and see the value in something. Really cool is going to happen when that happens. which is the third thing to happen to me? If more values you'RE GONNA keep clients happy engaged in most importantly maybe is advocating for you guests. Guess what Advocating yet more referrals. Guess what happens when you get more make more money a change the sound. That's better make more money money. Accelerating here's an example. How come BOB possibly compete with sue? When soon as ten years of only working with high net worth families the special needs shoulder? She's working over. Fifty Imbaba has only worker to over twenty years. There's you know now maybe sue Had to slowly drop off some other clients. She'd built up over ten years but sues. There's not even it's not even comparable what sue can do for those those families versus Bob. I'm pretty sure Souza's GONNA be dialed in a passion fulfillment all those things now before we wrap up the podcast today. I just want to ask you about time right. So I'm hearing about sue and and you know we've talked about the business owners and we've talked about the different examples that that you have given but let's be realistic with our audience today and say okay when you do niche marketing when this is the direction that when you finally decide that you're going to go. What sort of timeframe is it in order for you to become that person to go to person for that specific niche? Do you have any ideas. It really depends. You can expedite it for sure. You can't make it happen overnight. That's there's no doubt about of that but I'd say realistically for most advisors that's GonNa be five to ten years realistic Rate Josh. Do you follow. The trajectory of Josh ran the reform broker at his blog. And turn it into a podcast and notoriety. Yes now his bigger audience. But that's taken. I would call him insults or we're trying to do here where we want advisers focus. Our is becoming micro cultures right specific expertise for specific audience in a specific region. That you can accomplish quicker because it's you've contained. We're trying to work on a little a little more focused. Which means you can do it a little bit quicker but really as an example during podcasting veer you know Frequent listener to program. We've suggested that in eighteen to twenty four months of implementing. You know at least East a couple times week. Free to creates momentum. People need to know you're sticking around you're gonNA keep doing this. There's no point starting a podcast and stopping it in the in that that you got anytime that momentum goes stop just like social media you gotta the CY in stick to what you're GonNa do as if that's not a lesson that's clear. Earn all these now. Twelve days of marketing is should be whatever you're GONNA do stick with it and build a do not start. Stop if you think it's a start. Stop anything don't in started. Yup you're wasting your money. You're wasting your time you're wasting the report that built up those people. They'll see it. They will not like it. It'll be trouble for you any not most advisors play table. Yeah Start and stop ruin. All the report stopped the momentum. Start all over again. It inset Shiny Object Syndrome right and they go to a conference in. Somebody says something that they think is going to be the panacea right the placebo the thing. That's it's going to work no matter what and guess what real companies that you buy from now. Didn't become those companies overnight. Those people we have an adviser here in town a huge L. P. O. producer and When I was growing up here nobody knew who this dude was right right and now he is the high net worth advisor in town because it took him ten years of doing things like but back then it was radio and he did a lot of public workshops and educational events and then he started sponsoring things? He started getting his name out there very very very targeted to the audience that he was looking for. And now it's he has a waiting list because he only takes on x number of clients a year got got a question for you. Imagine how much money. So if you're in the business in you're in in your region how much money would you pay rate now to have the business. That person has developed coming coming up. I how much would you pay. So that's a funny. They want us. Let's put some numbers. Let's say that that adviser is making less for. Let's pick an easy number. Okay okay take a million dollars will likely be well north. Yeah let's just say a million okay How how much would you pay to get to a recurring revenue Dollars in over the over ten years while you pay to get that right so oh I think it's funny that you say that because this is one of the issues that I have always had with business valuation. Because I don't think they take this niche into account. All right you're looking at. Most people will buy a book two and a Half Times revenue. If it's great if I could buy this guy's business I would pay. I'd pay five times his reoccurring revenue. Because I know that over the next five to ten years I'm GonNa make so. I pay him a stroke. A check for five million for that because he did all the Damn Work Kirk he did all the heavy lifting I get to be able to walk in and of course I with brand transition and all of those things are some work there and you will lose some people but early waterfalls on if you WanNa buy a practice right in times of this message. That's all right. I hope that they call us. Because that's actually something that You know podcasting and the brand work that our team does can't help with once you you know assimilated practice but whenever you didn't answer the question though you said I you I I guess I what I I meant to ask you is. How much would you pay in marketing? Oh Oh yeah yet there. Oh I so if I made a million dollars so if my GTC if if in ten years you're going to have a million dollar is. Let's see how under those dollars right. I'll say so you're making fifth grade. Okay anyone get to a million. How much would you pay? I mean I would easily spend. Let's say each year ear to get to a million dollars right so I I would spend ten percent of gross not net. It's I mean that's that's the number if you figure that could you imagine if you're making two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year and and you spend twenty five grand as a as a mid level produce. You spent twenty five grand on the right marketing Kirk Holy Crap and then every year you make more money you keep that ten percent I would. I would stroke that check without even thinking and I think once you get to a certain level so you might be able to dip below ten but I think early on you might be a little above ten. Yeah but I think that's the way it there. Yeah bigger spend ten to fifteen you know. Yeah earlier in build that momentum a- then you might be able to doubt down at touch no doubt down as you're making more money dow down we're still growing but it's becoming less and less of year you know. He revenue presented bureaucracy so those are all good things anyway. That's those are the benefits of Niche market. Now Save Time Save money. Make more money Be Happier at work because of the folks really and you know what my favorite thing about this topic specifically who doesn't freaking womp that who doesn't don't WanNa save time have a happier team make more money retain better clients be known in the community as that person you know. Show up to work knowing what game game. You play every single solitary day. I just think that's freaking awesome. Okay Kirk well. We that elegant I WANNA go back and listen to to podcasts. That we've done. Look you know. Content from consultants thought leaders in the space On what is actually in each of advisers may get all excited our John. Go build a niche that so wide. It doesn't really do this. Suggested it should do so. Make sure that you understand what shes right..

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"l p o" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"l p o" Discussed on Mike Drop

"We're good at breaking shit but keeping our shit together sometimes not so much. Yeah Yeah so yeah. You weren't even qualified to go there. I know wasn't qualified so I had a moment of I remember so at Rescue swimmer. School My L. P. O.'s with a K.. Or is cheap we gotta go talk to the CEO upstairs like he's trying to be all dramatic about it. I knew what he was doing because I knew what time Komo is and they knew this was when they were selecting people and immediately when he said that was like Oh my God I got selected for this program mostly will be like Oh my God. This is awesome. I was like fuck. This is bad this is really bad. So take the elevator up today. I think it was the eighth floor. So whatever cover building whatever and the CEO comes you know. Come into my office and they're trying to act like I was in trouble and I'm like I don't do anything to get in trouble. He's congratulations. You've been selected for a lot and I was like like fuck anything like what do you mean. I'm sorry Sir thank you very much. I'm very excited and immediately my brain was going like I. I going to tell these people. I don't actually have school. I don't like I can't get into those programs bad so I just took a slot away from somebody who probably had their shit together. Are you not good at all but I ended up making some phone calls Vegas and luckily the Vegas Program. The nursing program is only two years. It must be it's pleasant here's it's four semesters and go soo summer so you only have three years to complete your program so so it's like okay. Well that gives me some time to do my pre recs and then I can get into the nursing program. I can do all within the three years so drive out there that weekend. Mike or you know made an appointment with the counselor for that Monday and she was like well. Yeah if you do you know I had a bunch of Hannity for that school so security do all this and you spiel. You should be good so like all right so call the the program director in DC and are willing to earn wherever they were And this is the situation. I don't have a school. She was like what are you talking about like. Yeah that school i. It's not ready for it. So but here's what I can do. I can go to Vegas and do all that stuff right and she was like all right. Let me see if I can pull some strings to get this. All switched around her so yeah so she didn't and I have to Vegas for two and a half years so you do the pre recs six. You drag your child with you. Obviously your mom and dad were there today. Help out with my mom and dad were there and then Yeah it's it's he was here in Zenia go so he was. She was back and forth. So became a fulltime student for three yet. That's the beauty of the program is you are. That's that's your job. You're still active duty. So you're still getting your pay. You're still getting your age the whole bay but you're just going to school. How was going to school after you know because now you're what twenty four or five? I was twenty eight. Okay okay so even more so I guess being a twenty eight year old veteran that's spent the better part of a decade in the fucking navy at going to to the physical location. Because when I was an instructor I did night school and got my degree Through a local program. But it wasn't the same as going to fuck in college you know I wasn't really interacting with anybody and I mean not like you would there. So how was that as a twenty eight year old with this life experience now finding yourself in a fucking college classroom at UNLV. No less Yeah you know. You're you're trying to integrate. With twenty year olds. It was a frustrating. It's it can be because their perspective on life is obviously very different from yours. And you know they're worrying about things that just don't really matter bitching and then it's like their boyfriends and like all the emotional drama with insights. I'm here to fricking does get through this shit and get back to my life. So we're Did they consider you old. News calling your Cougar and shed or no look old Well what was funny about that is that I only had to check into a reserve station Vegas and so and he didn't give a shit about news so I- bleach-blond my hair. I'm Harris breeze blown piercings. All in my ears and like didn't look like I was military at all No I mean they. They looked at. Let me like you know the older wiser person against and so it was more respect than giving you shut him on a game show. Let's cool any good stories stories from From your college experience at that at that point you know not no date away from part is Rainbow I. It was all a business. It was about going there. I didn't even do study groups because there's fucking around and I just I had a mission. I had to do it. You know not not a big. I'm not a great student so I was doing stuff like studying on their studying for a test. The argument were in my car. And that type of thing I wanted to get there Eh. Didn't want to hang out with these people A lot of them are great. And I've I've I still friendships with them. So when when you graduate from that. What is your for qualification? Degree Diploma in at that point so it was a bachelors in a science in nursing and so full on nursing degree you go and you take the class. Which is the the State Board for Nursing? You get your license and my first duty station was Naval Hospital Babu and Being a so you know when you're enlisted and you're like Oh being an officer it's such a great life and they get all the. Yeah Yeah No I. Edson was probably the worst rank of my entire. Oh Yeah we'll tell us why that is so when you're an e one yet. Yeah you're kind of treated shitty but people still try to mentor. You expect from you know exactly you know you're just a stupid kid and let's just teach you and guide you and mentor you and that that type of thing so people are still paying attention to you. They're they're helping you out along the way but oh one is like you are. You're still an idiot but people expect all this Stephanie. But they still think think you're an idiot so it's just really not a lot of guidance and help and just kind of you know shitting on you. It's just that ask Indians any and I can see. I can see that especially having been prior enlisted. I thank you know instances that are fresh out of the academy or whatever probably have more more of a feeling of an old Ernie one rather an enlisted new guy. Because it's you're kind of in that same position but haven't been around in the military ten years and then now being in that position concede where it would be. No Use Owens across the board at treated like dog shit because you know in your senior senior enlisted was supposed to be the mentors for her. The junior officers. You know they look at you like you know because you outrank them. Quote Unquote by your. Yeah no and your shit so shut your come out within like listen to what I say but then it's just weird relationship didn't all of them know that you were prior enlisted. Though they did and I it was easier for me to get along with with the senior. Enlisted guys It's not like you're twenty two. In a rate I think like the choose. They go after those brand new ones because is a lot of them. Do come out on the ship. Because I'm an officer in Buffalo by now you don't know but I knew I knew better. I kinda ran the show and so yeah let it happen but you still are just. It's what were you doing there bellboy. At the time. My I the thing with nursing I get these questions all the time with you. Know what is it like being a navy nurse. Your I D D station is just gonNA suck You're going to be thrown into some word that you probably don't WanNa be on and you're going to be working these crazy rotations units twelve hours on twelve hours five days tonight every six weeks so you just don't know your Asmir your head the whole three years you know what's the type stuff I mean. What were you in? What were the type of love? I ended up on the cancer for fuck. Yeah so that was. You told me the cancer far I was like okay. Well it's probably me like older retire at the end of their life and they live the good life. Whatever it was these younger anger guys you know eighteen? Nineteen twenty year olds with these crazies. SARCOMAS and Lee Kimia is and and the press. It was very Depressing it really was a toll on you. Yeah Oh yeah you know and you know again. I'm not a feelings person. I really try to keep my distance from people that you I can't help it. You have to eat. And you become involved in their life in their families and everything else and then they die on you. was that assuming that was usually the case is most and make it her. No it like some of them did they did make it. I- There's just anybody had so many patients but a few that extend out in my mind they did it and the last one was this young kid who had a Osteo sarcoma the leg and we try to treat treated by cutting off is cut off part of his leg hoping that we could get it. That didn't work. It kept spreading so we cut off and other part of his leg kept spreading one to his head took off his hip. So this young nineteen year old. I think he was a Marine Corps. Boot camp at the time take obviously not anymore bay. You know. Take off his leg. He was from Jamaica and I think he was the youngest of nine kids or something and his mom wouldn't come over because she didn't want to your baby like this crow so in the final final stages because it kept spreading We had him on Palliative care. So we're just trying to keep them comfortable at this point. He wasn't ready to go. Who palliative care? Can you explain that. So Oh it's just it's that Hospice type care. Where you're you're not doing anything intrusive to keep him alive? You're keeping somebody comfortable. The expectation is doc terminal. They're gonNA die pain moods booze pain meds morphine. Yeah I remember that day. He was screaming and crying for his mother and we could not get his mom to come there. We had the priests on the phone with her and she just wouldn't come he's crying. You know we had him you know morphine. Whatever else and he it come out of this deeper and he's just you know I'm not ready to go into screaming at us and as a nurse in a healthcare provider it is unnatural to sit there and not help somebody? He's he's screaming at you for help. So yeah so. He ended up passing away that day. And then you know going through that with him almost all most of the day and then having to clean his body and then put him in a body bag enrolling downstairs and we had known him for probably a good year. This point he'd been with so like I know this kid. I know his dad. You know and I'm putting his body and it frigging bodybags zipping. It up and I'm rolling down to this cold work you know so Eh Yeah that that day I went I went to my division officer afterwards and it was like. I'm done it anywhere. So Yeah Yeah I mean to me that that's an aspect of healthcare professionals having kids and myself you know. I've been in enough hospitals enough times to where I I'm into me. I don't know how you guys do that..

officer Vegas CEO morphine Komo L. P. O. Vegas Program UNLV program director State Board for Nursing DC Hannity Naval Hospital Babu Zenia Mike instructor Edson
"l p o" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"l p o" Discussed on Mike Drop

"We're good at breaking shit but keeping our shit together sometimes not so much. Yeah Yeah so yeah. You weren't even qualified to go there. I know wasn't qualified so I had a moment of I remember so at Rescue swimmer. School My L. P. O.'s with a K.. Or is cheap we gotta go talk to the CEO upstairs like he's trying to be all dramatic about it. I knew what he was doing because I knew what time Komo is and they knew this was when they were selecting people and immediately when he said that was like Oh my God I got selected for this program mostly will be like Oh my God. This is awesome. I was like fuck. This is bad this is really bad. So take the elevator up today. I think it was the eighth floor. So whatever cover building whatever and the CEO comes you know. Come into my office and they're trying to act like I was in trouble and I'm like I don't do anything to get in trouble. He's congratulations. You've been selected for a lot and I was like like fuck anything like what do you mean. I'm sorry Sir thank you very much. I'm very excited and immediately my brain was going like I. I going to tell these people. I don't actually have school. I don't like I can't get into those programs bad so I just took a slot away from somebody who probably had their shit together. Are you not good at all but I ended up making some phone calls Vegas and luckily the Vegas Program. The nursing program is only two years. It must be it's pleasant here's it's four semesters and go soo summer so you only have three years to complete your program so so it's like okay. Well that gives me some time to do my pre recs and then I can get into the nursing program. I can do all within the three years so drive out there that weekend. Mike or you know made an appointment with the counselor for that Monday and she was like well. Yeah if you do you know I had a bunch of Hannity for that school so security do all this and you spiel. You should be good so like all right so call the the program director in DC and are willing to earn wherever they were And this is the situation. I don't have a school. She was like what are you talking about like. Yeah that school i. It's not ready for it. So but here's what I can do. I can go to Vegas and do all that stuff right and she was like all right. Let me see if I can pull some strings to get this. All switched around her so yeah so she didn't and I have to Vegas for two and a half years so you do the pre recs six. You drag your child with you. Obviously your mom and dad were there today. Help out with my mom and dad were there and then Yeah it's it's he was here in Zenia go so he was. She was back and forth. So became a fulltime student for three yet. That's the beauty of the program is you are. That's that's your job. You're still active duty. So you're still getting your pay. You're still getting your age the whole bay but you're just going to school. How was going to school after you know because now you're what twenty four or five? I was twenty eight. Okay okay so even more so I guess being a twenty eight year old veteran that's spent the better part of a decade in the fucking navy at going to to the physical location. Because when I was an instructor I did night school and got my degree Through a local program. But it wasn't the same as going to fuck in college you know I wasn't really interacting with anybody and I mean not like you would there. So how was that as a twenty eight year old with this life experience now finding yourself in a fucking college classroom at UNLV. No less Yeah you know. You're you're trying to integrate. With twenty year olds. It was a frustrating. It's it can be because their perspective on life is obviously very different from yours. And you know they're worrying about things that just don't really matter bitching and then it's like their boyfriends and like all the emotional drama with insights. I'm here to fricking does get through this shit and get back to my life. So we're Did they consider you old. News calling your Cougar and shed or no look old Well what was funny about that is that I only had to check into a reserve station Vegas and so and he didn't give a shit about news so I- bleach-blond my hair. I'm Harris breeze blown piercings. All in my ears and like didn't look like I was military at all No I mean they. They looked at. Let me like you know the older wiser person against and so it was more respect than giving you shut him on a game show. Let's cool any good stories stories from From your college experience at that at that point you know not no date away from part is Rainbow I. It was all a business. It was about going there. I didn't even do study groups because there's fucking around and I just I had a mission. I had to do it. You know not not a big. I'm not a great student so I was doing stuff like studying on their studying for a test. The argument were in my car. And that type of thing I wanted to get there Eh. Didn't want to hang out with these people A lot of them are great. And I've I've I still friendships with them. So when when you graduate from that. What is your for qualification? Degree Diploma in at that point so it was a bachelors in a science in nursing and so full on nursing degree you go and you take the class. Which is the the State Board for Nursing? You get your license and my first duty station was Naval Hospital Babu and Being a so you know when you're enlisted and you're like Oh being an officer it's such a great life and they get all the. Yeah Yeah No I. Edson was probably the worst rank of my entire. Oh Yeah we'll tell us why that is so when you're an e one yet. Yeah you're kind of treated shitty but people still try to mentor. You expect from you know exactly you know you're just a stupid kid and let's just teach you and guide you and mentor you and that that type of thing so people are still paying attention to you. They're they're helping you out along the way but oh one is like you are. You're still an idiot but people expect all this Stephanie. But they still think think you're an idiot so it's just really not a lot of guidance and help and just kind of you know shitting on you. It's just that ask Indians any and I can see. I can see that especially having been prior enlisted. I thank you know instances that are fresh out of the academy or whatever probably have more more of a feeling of an old Ernie one rather an enlisted new guy. Because it's you're kind of in that same position but haven't been around in the military ten years and then now being in that position concede where it would be. No Use Owens across the board at treated like dog shit because you know in your senior senior enlisted was supposed to be the mentors for her. The junior officers. You know they look at you like you know because you outrank them. Quote Unquote by your. Yeah no and your shit so shut your come out within like listen to what I say but then it's just weird relationship didn't all of them know that you were prior enlisted. Though they did and I it was easier for me to get along with with the senior. Enlisted guys It's not like you're twenty two. In a rate I think like the choose. They go after those brand new ones because is a lot of them. Do come out on the ship. Because I'm an officer in Buffalo by now you don't know but I knew I knew better. I kinda ran the show and so yeah let it happen but you still are just. It's what were you doing there bellboy. At the time. My I the thing with nursing I get these questions all the time with you. Know what is it like being a navy nurse. Your I D D station is just gonNA suck You're going to be thrown into some word that you probably don't WanNa be on and you're going to be working these crazy rotations units twelve hours on twelve hours five days tonight every six weeks so you just don't know your Asmir your head the whole three years you know what's the type stuff I mean. What were you in? What were the type of love? I ended up on the cancer for fuck. Yeah so that was. You told me the cancer far I was like okay. Well it's probably me like older retire at the end of their life and they live the good life. Whatever it was these younger anger guys you know eighteen? Nineteen twenty year olds with these crazies. SARCOMAS and Lee Kimia is and and the press. It was very Depressing it really was a toll on you. Yeah Oh yeah you know and you know again. I'm not a feelings person. I really try to keep my distance from people that you I can't help it. You have to eat. And you become involved in their life in their families and everything else and then they die on you. was that assuming that was usually the case is most and make it her. No it like some of them did they did make it. I- There's just anybody had so many patients but a few that extend out in my mind they did it and the last one was this young kid who had a Osteo sarcoma the leg and we try to treat treated by cutting off is cut off part of his leg hoping that we could get it. That didn't work. It kept spreading so we cut off and other part of his leg kept spreading one to his head took off his hip. So this young nineteen year old. I think he was a Marine Corps. Boot camp at the time take obviously not anymore bay. You know. Take off his leg. He was from Jamaica and I think he was the youngest of nine kids or something and his mom wouldn't come over because she didn't want to your baby like this crow so in the final final stages because it kept spreading We had him on Palliative care. So we're just trying to keep them comfortable at this point. He wasn't ready to go. Who palliative care? Can you explain that. So Oh it's just it's that Hospice type care. Where you're you're not doing anything intrusive to keep him alive? You're keeping somebody comfortable. The expectation is doc terminal. They're gonNA die pain moods booze pain meds morphine. Yeah I remember that day. He was screaming and crying for his mother and we could not get his mom to come there. We had the priests on the phone with her and she just wouldn't come he's crying. You know we had him you know morphine. Whatever else and he it come out of this deeper and he's just you know I'm not ready to go into screaming at us and as a nurse in a healthcare provider it is unnatural to sit there and not help somebody? He's he's screaming at you for help. So yeah so. He ended up passing away that day. And then you know going through that with him almost all most of the day and then having to clean his body and then put him in a body bag enrolling downstairs and we had known him for probably a good year. This point he'd been with so like I know this kid. I know his dad. You know and I'm putting his body and it frigging bodybags zipping. It up and I'm rolling down to this cold work you know so Eh Yeah that that day I went I went to my division officer afterwards and it was like. I'm done it anywhere. So Yeah Yeah I mean to me that that's an aspect of healthcare professionals having kids and myself you know. I've been in enough hospitals enough times to where I I'm into me. I don't know how you guys do that..

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"l p o" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"l p o" Discussed on WWL

"Have good bike infrastructure really can benefit everybody in that reduce traffic congestion and demand for parking. It's gotta be safe enough that a lot of people. Feel comfortable biking. And and that's really where you get those protected. Bike lanes. Unfortunately, you know, the need for protected bike lanes is pretty clear and just how much you we see like lanes being blocked. That was the city council was really responding to a lot of evidence that was presented in the meetings from people within the bike community about the difficulties that, they have when their cards are delivery vehicles are taxis or things like that that are parked in the bike lane forcing people out in the traffic, which makes it worse for everyone. I don't know, Dan. Because let me tell you a lot of times when I leave and go down chopper. They got truck stopped in the right lane unload this and a left lane unload this. So what I do is a sit there and put the turn signal on and I'd look behind to make sure nobody's coming. And then I passed the truck I don't understand how it would be different for people in a bike lane. If it's blocked by when they just stop and look to see if any traffic's coming if it's not then they pass what I don't do. You see what I'm saying? What's the difference? Yeah. I mean, that's and that's usually how we do it. I think the difference being that when you're in your car you. You just have more. You're protected in your car. And they think the people on the bikes are just more vulnerable users on the roadway. You know, this is exactly and I don't know exactly what happened over on Carrollton in February. But really what it looks like all the evidence points to the fact that this man Frank Fisher was killed when he was had to move out of the bike lane mobile wing and with all due respect to him and his family and their loss when you just stop and look to see if anything's I mean, you can't expect any a anybody in traffic can expect to go unfettered or have a clear path. Right. I mean, you sometimes you gotta stop and avoid traffic that that's what I don't understand about all of this. Yeah. No, I agree. But again, like, I don't know exactly what happened with with mister Fisher. I wasn't there. But the fact that you know, someone lost their life because van needed to park in the bike lane. Just doesn't seem like it's fair. Justin any way, you know. And so and know again, the thing that we think is the most important is to create the type of bike lanes that can't happen. Right. Where you build it in such a way that it stays free and. And people can move around unfettered. Because I think again, the benefits of having a lot more people biking is this really worth it. We got a minute left, Dan when it comes equity. You gotta go in Siegen clean hands. Right at any point was mentioned about. Okay. If you could be considered a vehicle every time, we see you run a stop sign as we often see with bikers. Okay. You're going to get a ticket has has anything been mentioned about any of that have any cyclists been ticketed for that kind of thing moving violation. Oh, yeah. I mean, that's that's been the law for for as long as I can remember that you know, people riding bikes are treated as they're driving vehicles. And so if you do break the law and your bicycle then you can be held accountable for it. I think there's a bigger question about traffic enforcement in general at whether or not that's happening for anyone whether biking or driving. But yeah, you know, there's certainly people biking need to follow the rules. And in the way that the laws are laid out for them. And they think they're you know, they are treated best for their best when they're treated with the same rights and responsibilities as people driving. Thank you, Dan. Appreciate your time. But time Dan favor executive director bike easy. Phone lines are open at two six zero one eight seventy I think it's a little silly to think that the just because you're riding a bike. You're not gonna add some type at some time have to stop and look to see if the lanes clear and pass we do it in vehicles all the time seven twenty traffic now wwl from the our of medical traffic. Center. Josh would Oush coming in from the West Bank slow from stuff boulevard. Getting on the crescent city connection. That's gonna stay heavy through downtown had a breakdown blocking the right lane right up by the clayborn exit. That has been cleared inbound from Kennedy, I tend slowing down merging delays right before Williams up to the veterans boulevard exit were clears then you've got congestion as you approach the split with the six ten coming in from the north shore. No issues on the causeway bridge and from New Orleans east slowing back to read as you produce the high rise pass the bridge congestions gonna stay with you from Elision fields up to the Pontchartrain expressway is six ten looking. Good east and westbound traffic brought to you by Cirque Musica at the L P O imagining a better Bank starts with looking at the savings rates. Most banks offer and saying really Capital One is building something better. You can open a Capital One savings account with one of the nation's best savings rates.

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"l p o" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"l p o" Discussed on Mike Drop

"But that wasn't humiliating the command. All right, cool, whatever will fix this. What was humiliating is eleven days later, I go home on leave for Christmas leave and get it to you. Why? Holy fuck. Yeah. So now while it was a what in reckless right? And also, not it was a DUI a got I got it down to what and reckless. And so I have to come home off of Christmas leave I am driving back to San Diego with not to my stomach. I'm like, I'm done. I am. I am completely out of the navy. Like, this is and I was also I was humiliated embarrassed for the fact that I had to go tell when leadership that hey, I know you guys just had my back when I got in trouble. I went out and screwing up again, you know, I looked back at now is being thirty five. And then I was. Twenty two it's like doodle what the heck? And so that was probably the most humiliating is having to go tell your leadership that I just got arrested again for a DUI when I could have so many other options. I know it will. I mean, having spent enough time in the seal community and seeing other guys go through that other fact, you get out of that. Leadership. My league Jellicoe was my tasking commander. Seth stone was the mar- platoon commander L P O and chief, you know, and we had I'd goodly senior leadership at the command as well. I went and told them what happened. And I remember the look at on all my leadership, but especially like massachu- press on and it was he was just, dammit. I mean, he. Breath. Sounds good old boy from Texas. And he was like damn it young, man. He goes expected more from you that. Oh, yeah. Do disappointed. I'm not mad that crushed me and the rest of rest my leadership as well. And they said, okay. Well, we're going to see what the outcome is. And and so I ended up having to go do a chief review board to see if I got to keep my tried. And and I was a couple of rooms over and at the time they're doing remodeling it so team three and I could hear them talk. Luckily, I could hear them talking the, hey, we're gonna hammer them. But a lot of guys. He's a good kid. We want him onto point he screwed up, and there's some like fleet chiefs that you're attached to the command that we're in that review board as well on their bullshit. Yeah. And they're they're like wanting to crush me. And I remember like masters Yarbrough and other guys are like broS shut down. You know what I mean? Like, no is this what's going to happen? He's gonna pay the man for sure. And I did and I was on restriction for whole recipe until we deployed, and they basically really, hey, we'll see how Ramadi goes for you. And then we'll re address this when we come home from deployment. And I didn't know this and tells on jock was podcast, and he mentioned, I guess he went to the command, and it was the leadership and bases. Like, I don't care. What happens he's coming onto plant like it doesn't matter. And so luckily, I had I had good leaders that, you know, hey, he's screwed up. But we see value in what he can do in the teams. Let's let's work with them to me. You know, good leadership has half of it. Yes. Because to me like, they don't they don't do that for an average dude either, you know, so appreciate your humility. But you know to me that speaks volumes. When you've got a guy like. Geico agai like Seth rest in peace. You know to go to bat for you in that manner in basically, stick their fucking neck and reputation out on the line for inside. You know, fuck what he did like, he's he's that legitimate of a warrior. We're bringing him with us. Irrespective of of what happened. I mean that says a lot about you..

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"l p o" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:30 min | 2 years ago

"l p o" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Twenty nine thousand nine North American elsia spring split is scheduled to get underway later this month with action set to get underway on the twenty six we thought it would be a good idea to take a look at what you expect this year. Guys, we have so much to get through and so little time right here. So we're just gonna start off with this Puma has partnered with cloud nine's LCS team for the upcoming season. It is the right? They're going to be doing a set of sports sneakers for cloud nine. I'd buy those first day. Yeah. Absolutely. Now, this is just a one split partnership for now. They're basically testing the waters with each sports. They signed on for the twenty nine hundred split. We could see an extended partnership, and listen it's been a long time since I feel like 'Pumas were relevant nuts. So this is going to be good for me. Excuse me, sir. You do not watch soccer. Space. You're right. I don't watch for track. But yeah, huge. I'll buy you gotta understand. There's a lot of overlap between height BC sports that sure there's a lotta sneaker heads in that space shop off and have we seen the actual design for these yet. Design. That's going to be the maker break for me is what they end up looking like. In addition, the L P L region while we're all waiting for the region and the later to get started the L P L region. China's region has begun and they got off to a wild start. As Kane got picked in the first game of the split and dominated okay? And I'm terrified I'm I I need to because I don't know who came. Here you go off Medicare pig dominates in first day of the L P O S. Analogy you can build him one of two ways. And he actually like will transform version. Once you pass a certain threshold now has the wall is this just a one off because it's early on in the season. Everyone's kinda Justin off the doesn't off the skills and everything I don't know if it's the same level as like the panda winning in Tekken. It's not far off. It's not far off real level because that was a tournament in the fine. Is a stompers champion xactly beats up on newbies weird seeing him picked metro Torbjorn working out. Okay. We'll see if this is going to be a one off like you say and China's region can be weird. Sometimes it's hard to say. But we'll see whether it ends up being a one off. We also had a faker he accidentally locked in new new the other day in mid lane, which is an awful pack. He decided he was going to dodge Q because he doesn't want to just take that loss. Instead, he'll take the thirty minute. Lockout rather than wasting that time he decided to one v one against his audience. Oh, no. So he invited people to come in and one v one against. It went bad for everyone who tried in fact, vitally eight people in and they were all sitting on the sidelines and watching and after he took out his opponent. They all dove him and tried to get him. None of them were able to get him. Wow. Wow. I'm impressed by that. In addition Seattle has unveiled their new uniforms. But you've probably already seen them before. Because five nine you. I saw the pictures of this yesterday. I don't why did they think that this was going to work. It'd be a shame that in sales is literally the same color palette as cloud. Now for two years. It's really hard to be. They would have had to do was throw some crazy on their blue stripe across the middle or some. I don't take anything stick with the blue in the black. Yeah. What was wrong with? That means cloud got blow-black alternates in many sports, I gas, but even that I would have accepted, your your main colors can be someone else's alternate that doesn't bother me. But you can't still remain callers. You're listening to checkpoint XP sports and gaming radio. One to everyone listening on the hawk thirteen forty in Wenatchee Washington as well as the fan ninety seven point one in Columbus, Ohio. We're currently taking a look ahead to the North American LCS season. This is going to be interesting season for Lee anxiously awaiting it coming back on my gosh win. What's the official date that it comes back twenty six six returning? Now. Do they have a preseason or no no just season? I usually just gets underway. Okay. Know what don't quote me on that? But I don't remember a preseason. Okay. So there's gonna be a new rule that's going to prevent what happened to Adrian Altech and Phoenix last year for those who don't remember echo, FOX released those three players just a couple of days before the roster lockout which meant that they had no time to find a new team because the roster's all locked in their players association for legal by by the way, did you know that legalize it has the players association. I didn't they do. Well, they passed a new rule that says any players that are cut within forty eight hours of the deadline are going to be given an additional three days to find a new ten. This is a perfect example as to why player's associations are not just important, but necessary absolutely Jim being a ACS quality player having spent an entire year on the sidelines because your team decided to do something funny and cut you a couple of days beforehand. I think this is excellent. And I think this is exactly why we need these types organs. I have a question that I'm sure at least some of our. Our audience is asking I almost hate to ask this, but is the scuttle, but they cut him so close to the deadline on purpose to try to screw them out of the season. No, I don't think anyone believe that echo. Fox's purposely trying to screw players. It was just the coming out. Rallied and that happens. So it's good to see that being a first of all that there is a players association, and that the players association is being active in this case because this really does seem like a very necessary instance for them to step in and make a new rule, and this rule seems ways union this rural seems fair. It does seem fair. Another thing. I want to hit on real quick. Obviously January twenty six we have the start of the spring split. That's going to be running through the end of March. I believe it is. And then we're gonna go into the mid season invitational. After that the best teams from around the world. Basically, the winners of the spring split are going to be invited to compete in that event that will be followed up by the summer split which will take us into late August. And then after that we are on the road. So the world's once again, I'm going to be a month long tournament as it always is this year touring across Europe and culminating in nice and easy. Would you give to be at the finals in Paris hair? First of all, I would man might not even know is there Norris doesn't even need a valid excuse to show up in Paris randomly. That's all I would imagine that he would jump at any opportunity to go out there in an official. But that is exciting though. And it's nice that it's not going to be at like three o'clock in the morning, five o'clock in the morning to watch. So that always been brutal. Oh, it s we also got some preseason rankings voice. These are better than the ones we saw the other day. Well, they don't have at number two. Okay. Yeah. You're gonna give you that. All right. Maybe they meant cloud nine maybe. That's funny. All right. So we're here way backwards number ten they have acco FOX dead last year. I wouldn't put them there. But I don't got that much worse than the number. Nine's optic gaming. I'm not horribly number eight fly side seems right number seven car logic gaming, which I think is generous to them. I think they got worse after last year. Ninth. I agree number six is going to be clutch gaming, which is fine. The season for being a non endemic number five is golden guardian. I am very confused. I don't understand this. They had a rough seasonally abysmal season last year. They did get better in the off season today. Number five better. That it made any like switches. They may switch. They brought us some players from L L C K two. They had a decent off-season. I'm not saying they didn't get better. I'm just saying I don't know that they got that much better. Number four is going to be one hundred thieves about where they finished third last seems about right number three team solo mid up from there. I believe fifth or sixth finish last year. Number two, cloud nine. No one's surprise there. And number one, they only got better in my opinion team liquid. I think that top four pretty solid. Top have one hundred. And here's why this listing the top four is pretty solid and to be honest five through ten no one knows Joan. The difference e sports bets. I don't care if it's ESPN or us, we don't know all mishmash after that. You don't know who's going to be good coming off. Say I am for a firmly believed that team liquor in cloud. I are that much better. Oh, yeah. No, no. No, no. Yeah. The top four placements seems very very solid. But there's one question that I have here. And that is unlike oh, wwl who's adding new teams onto their roster this year. There are no new teams in this new season of ten do you think that that's a good or a bad thing? I so here's the thing with OWI L being a very new Eastport. And also being the first to really take that regional approach. Sure, I think it makes all the sense in the world for them to expand bring bringing new cities league of legends doesn't have that whole regional thing. You don't have teams based out of cities. Really, I mean, they kind of went with that idea. But really not their regional system is far more robust. So in in like European region. You have we don't have the franchise, exactly. Whereas in OWI L, you only have a smattering of two or three teams this season. But the bigger question is if they went to that model and expanded who would they? We already talked about the gap between the top and the bottom of sports. Does that do more to just further dilute the product, I think overall, I'm happy that else. Yes. Chose not to expand. I just think when you don't have the city tied to the front of it. It really doesn't matter that much all wanna know if we can beat L C k now that's a very good point. We'll listen we want to hear from you. Are you excited for the return of professional league of legends? Connect.

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"l p o" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"l p o" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"On Monday mornings talked about a couple of things in jail. I was surprised reading on your blog. Exactly that whole thing. I had forgotten about the previous two government shutdowns of two thousand eighteen they seem like so long ago back in January and February I know we have short attention spans. But you know, it's amazing to consider there actually been a lot of government shutdowns the folks over at L P O research were kind enough to send over a beautiful chart that looks at the last twenty government shutdowns goes back to nineteen seventy six and what they wanted to do is see have stock prices gone up or down during the shutdowns. And what they find is didn't move around that much in fact in the last five shutdowns again there were two this year. There were actually gains in the stock market while the government shutdown. So that's kind of weird. I think that the reality is that we have a twenty trillion dollar economy. And while it would totally stink. If you were a government employee who's been furloughed right around the Christmas holiday, the larger impact on the whole economy is kind of muted. So we don't see big economic fallout. It just sort of feels like oh, wow. We doing this again. Can we get our act together? That's the general sense. I get from investors. I heard a couple of things on Friday after the markets closed that it was the lowest at a decade or I'm sorry. The biggest drop in a decade. Yes. And somebody said one of the biggest what was the connection they were talking about to the great depression from nineteen thirty one. So okay. Let's do a little like stock market history. First of all, we know the NASDAQ has not existed all the way back to the depression. So what they're talking about is that it's been a very very bad. Month for investors in the stock market. In fact, the S and P five hundred and the Dow Jones industrial average are on track for their worst December since nineteen thirty one. Stinker. Right. And you know, listen, you're living through it. You open up your statement. You're going to figure this out. But remember a lot of you listening out there before you start hitting the panic button. If you're still contributing to your retirement account, how about you do a little happy dance because your stocks are on sale right now down almost twenty percent overall. You feel good when you get twenty percents off at the store. Don't you? I do I I feel like I just got a great deal on a used car. So listen, you should feel good about this. Because markets cannot go up forever. Right. We know that it's I know you'd like to believe that were the case. In fact, this bear market, especially I'll call it a bear market because it's not official for the SNP. And the Dow yet, but a lot of stocks are down. So, you know, this this rolling bear market is going to hurt, but it's not a financial crisis. We're not intercession the economy is growing, and it's not going to go into likely. I shouldn't. I'd say definitely, but it's not on target to actually contract or go into a recession next year. So everyone take a deep cleansing breath. This is not the time to make yourselves nuts. It's a annoying. I know it's the bad time of year. We wish that this could have happened like in August. And then we were covering come to this exact same place. But this is where we are. Don't do. Anything rash? Okay. I like that idea yesterday. It was on television. I believe that the acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, said I think the president now realizes he can't fire the Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, that's nice to know because there was a thought about that before. And I I get the sense. And you understand this way better than I do which is why people listen to you on Saturday nights and not me. But the the whole idea of raising the interest rates is to give us some protection for the future. Isn't it? You know, look, there's a number of jobs that the Federal Reserve has. So let me just. Take a step back and remind everybody that they've got a tough job. They are trying to balance strong enough growth to create jobs and wage gains. We love that right with a worry about not having growth be too hot to create inflation or price increases. So they're kind of going between those two, but you're also right in that. If things were to slow down, the fed wants rates to be what they call normalized. We were at this crazy zero percent interest rate for eight years during the financial crisis and and in the years following during the slow recovery. And now the fed is simply saying we need things to get normal. We need interest rates to be what we consider this neutral level. Not too hot not too cold. But also, we really need all of those bonds that we bought during the financial crisis. We need to roll off of our balance sheet, we kind of need those to get out of the Federal Reserve's sort of coffers and have a more normalized policy, and that is true. Early. What they are attempting to do. All right. Well, we'll be following a continuing to pay attention to you Jill on money and people should go online and look for your blog. It's not that difficult to find. Because there's always some good reading and some good explanations of what what we're facing here. As we go forward, Jill. So I I do appreciate it. Thank you so much, and we'll talk to you next week. We'll do a little recap of the year and looking ahead. Oh, wonderful. That's a great idea. All right. You have a great weekend. We'll chat chat with you. Then take care again Jill Schlesinger here. Joining me on radio. It is eight eighteen we go right to the WCTC traffic center.

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"l p o" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"l p o" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And you're good to go. Because when there's a tray of nuggets at home, all your guests are happy. I did know that as a matter of fact, nuggets love that Chick-fil-A we will take a quick break. When we come back something that we love. I I know we do but the product has not been good, and we need to take a good hard. Look. At the Saint Louis blues. That's on the way at five forty five. Kmox news time is five forty one. All right. I was just there, of course, again last week twice Saint Louis public library, it it is one of my hangouts. I admit I love central library, which is just across the street from our studios, one of the most beautiful places around. So if you have family in town, please bring them to central for a tour. They do free Dosen lead tours. It's historic. It's gorgeous. It's award winning. But there are also thirteen neighborhood branches because Saint Louis public library is Saint Louis is original search engine. I was in the Kuranda let neighborhood yesterday, and we were driving down the street. And I said, wow, what's up beautiful building up there? Oh, it's the Koran at branch you hadn't seen that before out spill Lutely beautiful at central. They have unravel couture under the big top. You'll see some really cool things around peppered around the library. They also are going to have on the twentieth. Not so quiet. Second time around a Motown experience. It's a free concert in the auditorium. That's. Coming up on the twentieth. Always something happening at Saint Louis public library. It's about books and so much more get your favorite library addict. Something off the S L P O online store as well. Check. It all out PL dot org. Saint Louis public. Hey you. The Holiday Inn express wants to let you in on.

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"l p o" Discussed on WWL

WWL

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"l p o" Discussed on WWL

"That's a big problem with your party. It's not a question of my way, or no way or Republicans way. Or no way just that. We're these are issues that are brought up that that from an operational standpoint in the enforcement of immigration laws that they become issues in their ways for people to work the system in the status that the law presents itself today that they can achieve things that maybe we didn't contemplate that. That's what we wanted or that's what was desired for them to be able to do it that way. And another tech said, well, you know, you're not talking about Milania Trump's parents coming in through chain migration. The issue is allowing folks that come here illegally to utilize chain migration. Not folks who come legally by utilizing chain migration. And that was the issue. Let's go line one. Is it Alina? Hello. Yes. Elena. Yes. Just for taking my call. I'm fine. Thank you. I'd like to practice. My comments by saying that I am a legal immigrants. I've been here a number of years. And also I'd like to say that I report Donald Trump and the wall, and and and the whole issue in that way. However, I don't hear anyone talking about helping to solve the problem because Americans are hiring those illegal. That's a big part of the problem. And I don't hear anyone addressing that issue. Well, we've we've talked about it several times on this show, and and ice says enforcement activities in in that regard, in fact, so much so in California they pass laws to prohibit ice from walking onto private property in checking. Folks status and then a prohibited. The company owners from cooperating with ice. So I mean, that's the tug of war to push pull at Wayne right now is that they don't want any of the laws on the books relative. And then you have sanctuary cities that are just really snub nose to the federal authority and say, we're not cooperating with you at all. And we're going to make it illegal for anybody who works for the city to cooperate with you. Right. I understand that. And I do know about California, and they they sanctuary cities, but still even in my own area that I'm in. I see it everywhere. I see them everywhere in weight and good upstanding citizens. Hiring illegal of because they can get the work done cheaper. You know, it's that way. And and that's why they want to get to e verify and e-verify in an automated fashion to be able to determine because right now, they're supposed to ask for an I nine, you know, that they have the authority to be in the country in the thorny to work, you know, and they want to be able to automate this whole process, but once again, congress can't come together on this issue and make it easy for my brothers and sisters in law enforcement that are doing a bang-up job as well as they can do an office and they put their lives at risk because then they don't want to make their job any easier any given day of any week of any year. And it's a shame because they're risking their lives for you me and everybody else would enable basically tied both hands behind their backs. Absolutely. You're absolutely right and e-verify could just get that done would be such a good help. I would help a lot. I don't understand the big the big challenge here from an operational standpoint. And make sense. You know in in any number of thing. It's the same thing when we talk about voter fraud. I mean, why can't we have like a national voter ID card or something? I mean, what is the problem? And that way, we don't have to argue about these issues anymore and an issue elemental way issue in a way that we can validate in make it easy for people to get and everything else and funded and get it over with it, it just absolutely ridiculous that we have to go through this argument all the time and purging this and challenging that ended up in the courts. Just let's figure out a way that we can all identify ourselves because we needed anyway, the so much identity identity theft right now, it would work in our benefit. If we got our hands around this particular issue. Yes. Absolutely. All righty. Thank you so much for calling. I just want to remind everybody that you have a chance to win Led Zeppelin tickets. If you want to win a family pack, a four tickets to experience the L P O's music live Led Zeppelin would Randy Jackson on November third Mahalia Jackson theater. It's gonna be coming up. When you hear that Led Zeppelin song will tell you about it. We'll be right back after the break. On the next. Newell.

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"l p o" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"l p o" Discussed on WWL

"And I'll give you the cue to call in and win experienced the music of Led Zeppelin by the L P O with Randy Jackson at the Mahalia Jackson theater, Saturday, November third at seven thirty PM. It's a whole lot of love from WWL. Let's go to the talk lines line. One talk to leeann l- applause. What say you lay? Hey, lady, her whole foundation named is kind of ridiculous. Freedom from religion. It's patient out there. It's Fremont religion freedom from it. And this whole separation of church and state thing that's been. That's been missing true for the longest time for congress. I'll make no establishment of religion. Meaning you can't have a church of England church like that here. You can't say, well, this is our religion. It doesn't mean you can't have religion in the public square. Specifically says Paris, I'll make no law establishing want, correct. That have been wrongly interpreted every single point the point that she was trying to make was that in nineteen fifty four a congressional act provided allowing a minister of the gospel to exclude from his gross income, the rental allowance paid to him as part of his compensation, and I listen, I agree that it's been abused. I think she's going for the the low hanging fruit. So to speak with these mega church pastors, which I think everyone will agree. So that's how you get people on your side. Right. She's being a little bit. A little bit overly political talking about. Well, there's Trump appointee. So there's no point, you know. So I mean, if that was the case where Republicans always doing something on favorite, then we wouldn't have here. So I think I think you're using something that most people will agree on and I'm not overly religious. I don't go to church. I mean, I I believe in what I believe. But I believe those things help out four passengers more than they do the mega church once which that should be looked at right? You know, you should have to have some kind of tap for some kind of something to where it's intended to help out low income pastors because religion churches were viewed as a part of our culture, not one church over over another just having Satan that the overall that's a good thing. Dr exceptions to everything. Political in a whole idea of freedom from religion. There is no doubt that she's she's got she's got her agenda, and and her organization, and and it could very well be atheists for all I know. I didn't ask it's not any concern. I was just interested in this section of the internal revenue code. And what your thoughts were another people's.

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"l p o" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"l p o" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"It would be kind of weird. It's like your favorite concert ever was the west Memphis, three benefit. It looked like a great concert did, but the amazing thing about this and this is like really must be said is like we just talked about the west Memphis, three for two hours. And we talked about one of those guys for about three minutes. He's not even a part of this story yet. These guys had a whole life before Jesse. Miskelly even came into the picture and speaking of righteous anger. You will have it in the next episode of that man. Yes. All right, everyone. Well, that was that was very informative. My congratulations. So let's see, what do we wanna to do? First of all, I want to thank everyone for to our patriot without you. None of this is possible, and we love you absolutely, with all of our hearts and this week Henry and I had a chance to interview a guy named Dallas, Sonya, who was the producer of puppet master and doing own hawk was it bone bone Tomahawk, mama, how can rule do? And he also produced the bulk of the stone cold, Steve Austin films. So we had a great interview. So if you a chance and you are patriots, scrapper co, listen to that interview. Yeah. And you guys can hear that interview and a ton of others. If you give five dollars or more to our patriarch per month, we've got a ton of bonus content over there. And another thing I want to say we're coming out on the road. We're coming out hard on the road over the next month. To be hard. Soft cell or legally. You have to be soft. Thank you. You can't tough in this. Not when you go out on the road to bring my one time during the recording. So my dog for some reason became slightly that dog was real hard. Well, leave dog for he's only thirty five years old. So we're coming. It seems like we were already either sold out or come damn close. I think we sold out Austin stink. You Austin? Yeah. When we got like twelve hours, I don't even what it was like a thousand seats. So like you guys are just wondering. You guys are awesome. Yeah, Austin's sold out Washington d sold out. The other shows that we got Chicago is sold out as well. Especially note about Chicago. We did is alive taping it is going to be a special night. I'm really, really excited. We're putting their own special shooting in Chicago, so calm and be crazy with us. It's going to be a lot of fun that's going to be. That's going to be a very unique experience. Yes. And that show is going to be great. And if you're there, you're going to be able to see the behind the scenes, filming a special. I'm not sure how the show maybe starts stops. I don't really know, but we're gonna have a great time with you. It's going to be great. We're going to figure it out and we got to other shows were going to become a to Dallas, and we're going to become an Oklahoma City. But those two shows those shows are gonna sell out like the Austin, Chicago and DC of already sold out. So Dallas and Oklahoma City are absolutely going to sell as well. So do not sit on this, get your ticket soon as you possibly. Can we cannot wait, can't wait to come home. I want him back Texas. I, it's gonna be awesome. Fuck away to be back in Texas. Have a couple of thank yous. I just want to say like, I have to catch up to the thank yous. I should give stuff because people of set us crazy shit in the mail. And now we're, we're organizing all. I want people to know that we, we are so touched when people send things to us, it's kind of overwhelming, but to people just immediately say, thank you to is at Tomer kosher, which is for Tomer kosher, beef sticks on divergency. One, eight one and Michelle Dugan at heartbe stat to sent me a beautiful print of all of us in a Harare's Bosch style. Oh, cool. Setting. Pretty. That's so sweet. We absolutely appreciate everything. One more thing. This is a big announcement. Side stories will be presenting this year's listener pastas. So if you are person that has rights creepy pasta or wants to write a creepy pasta, so we can share some Yuki spooky fucking horsh it for everybody on our network. Please submit to side stories l. p. o. t. l. at Jamaica dot com..

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