19 Burst results for "Lee Kelly"

"lee kelly" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

08:42 min | 8 months ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Suit. Aerobic world right. I think it came after there. I think is a european thing. But i know that some of the arabic geomancy says use it to and i think about a set certainly was really popular in europe and the renaissance wars affordable. Based on this using. Gnc's intelligence i think i also mentioned draymond. Yeah gripper was popular. But there's also some richard. The second england has hired a whole load of geometric chance made on different subjects. I'm pushing really great. Because he went mad but these and other courts in europe that were doing the same thing because if there was if there was no communications between these people they had to work out with messages with true room is with all these things which were ideally designed for by geomancy. So for example. Good way of using geomancy in modern sense is if you wanna check if muses fake so say for example you want to see if this particular cure is corona viruses. Good You could you just two quick reading to see if it's true. Fight fake news. I mean you would link it. Already stroller darrow. You'll stay with the basic geomancy tools there. You'd use giant geomancy tools basic astrology because the third house. I think rumors. I'm so you'd look at rumors or if you want to know how the government you look at the tenth house relationships which most people most readings that are about seven thousand. What i did with this book though. That was different. Was i was trying to knuckle down a logical system of magical of a nation where you workout if the ritual was gonna work before you did it because otherwise you can end up wasting a lot of time. If you don't know why ritual wasn't working or isn't is all my not work so it was possible to test to see if a ritual will be successful nod and you could also do it afterwards as well. I mean there's this standard case you'd use a firsthand ninth house to see how the richer worked for you. Then you look at the ritual. Which is the ninth house. And you look at the relationships between the ritual and all the other houses to see if it were That sounds fascinating and in your experience. Is it hard to learn is it. Is it something that a beginner magician would be a loss to undertake or does it need some more experience at least to start with. I think anyone starts. It was originally. It was originally designed as populist. Hurry and it's based live. Which i've got to in this book. You can just look at chance tuned to put things as you would atari. Dick is quite simple but as it gets more more advanced and it gets more intuitive and things like that you start to understand different things and you get better at it like old things wayne right taras same same boat. I mean i. I started as tara and i find it difficult to go back to terror because it's too simplistic okay. That's interesting that's an interesting view. Yeah i believe. I'm not sure if i'm right but you might know that. I believe that. I did zanoni or the white lady ederer belleville. Lytton was speaking in one of his book. So that must up in the eight hundred fifty s eighteen sixties about geomancy. Is that possible or am drowsy muscle. I mean the thing is if you look at geomancy is hugely important at a popular of those little pamphlets used to get instead of doing a stance like they do now. You know they'd have geomancy pants to plant and things like that. So and the meanings for farmers almanacs would read the geomancy reading to see if they should plant at that time so it was hugely popular and our really to that point to really popular thing. Okay we'll hugely popular and what it died. About the same time the strategy did and astrology resurfaced again in the in the twentieth century law at towards the end of the End of the nineteenth and it was a was rescued and it was psycho was later. Got psychology added into it but geomancy was not picked up. And that's what i think is great pity. Well that's an interesting point of view when you think about it. Yes but i'd never heard it. That astrology at some point actually died can you. Can you expand a little bit on that. Yeah basically got to the point under the age of enlightenment where people and started to think. Well you know the planets. Don't go around the circle and all that sort of stuff and it was rescued by guy. Quote allen leah. Books are still red. And that's the same sort of the same approach was he. Presented was able to present in the modern way wish appealed to people around that time and it carried on but there was a time where strategy was regarded as pretty bunk the golden dawn all the magic groups or taught her the golden journals. I told the gnc as well but what happens. Is you find that all these things winton to cease to be so popular. Because the sun didn't go round the earth anymore. Yeah sure and leo wherein. Which time do we have to place him. Which years allen. Lee kelly nafta top of my head. I think he's i think he might even beaten late nineteenth century but he might really early twentieth anyway right interesting. I wasn't aware of that really honestly. I mean the st louis things. You don't go deep enough. Thank you for putting us the nose into that. I think it was really really nice to have nick farrell back. Well this was only first part. We're going to hear much more of that. After a little break now and no really good to talk to him and we had a nice time to also india into right so Well i promise you music and here comes and this of course again from that album by crystal in there from that newly released album which is called cross the never and well. The second piece that we play here now is called. I'll be married. good on topic. For an occult cost. isn't it alchemy. Really truly nice sound landscape by chris lindor which we will hear now and after that after that we go directly into the second part of the interview and i have to say something about that chest if you are curious and you suddenly start turning your knobs on your hearing device because about eleven minutes before the end so sunday. The sound changes a little bit There was a little technical issue and the local recording set myself. Read normally do on nick. Sides wouldn't work anymore. And so i had to go to the internet online. Backup that we do. So that's why suddenly the sound quality changes a little bit but it's still very very nice but don't be surprised if that's nothing to do with your computer or your ipad or whatever you use. It is just a problem that we had with the internet when recording right so once again now alchemy by krista lindor and then we go and speak to nick again and as always directly after the end of interview. Desert piece of music by chris lender other skies so now listen to alchemy and.

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"lee kelly" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

02:23 min | 9 months ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on Overdue

"Dot com. Hit us up on facebook and twitter. Overdue pod thanks to brenda robin aaron adrian roxy adam lee kelly maria. Mike amity many more for reaching out to us in the past week. Thanks to nick lor angeles who composed our theme song. Andrew folks want to know more about the show where to go they can go to overdo. Podcasts dot com sir. Internet website up there. We have links to the books that we have read in the ones that we are going to read. We have links to apple and google and our our assist s s s can subscribe to get new episodes. When they come out including bonus episodes. What else patriots dot com slash overdue pod. A little donations everywhere. Please thank you next week. I will be reading. The public. Burning by robert hoover. Yeah thing about that. Another period of american history. We will come. Yeah yeah and more fire. more burning. didn't plan weird theme theme month. There was some burning and more murderer orient express to when they tried to burn evidence of the empowerment found. It was like they didn't want me to find this evidence because they tried to destroy all the evidence that they dropped evidence on it sharpie. That was the fake evidence that they wanted me to find anyway. Still thinking about okay. We're good we're good okay. Everybody thank you so much for listening to our podcast and until we talk to you next week. And you're like it's been one week since i heard this podcast. Try be happy nineties That was a hit gum. Podcast all right. Let's see quick break. And then i'll tell you more. Okay tell you who whose sucked up into..

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"lee kelly" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Regis Philbin Things in life were absolutely free. So he sounds better on this song than the other 11 appreciated sky that was always on. No one congratulated. The moon that was always knew. So it was planned that they would vanish now. Ian and I talked about this frequently, Haley, but it's these people that singing songs and then the engineers in there and the producer. Whatever is in the window waving Sounds great. Clearly, Regis was not cut out to be a singer the frame he's okay here. He's staying with the Reverend. It's here. The other One's just not something he could pennies from heaven. Don't you know? Each cloud contains Pennies from heaven. It does take some goal because when you live in a world where let's see, when was this more recorded 19 sixties, it looks like okay, that's the time where Frank Sinatra you ever heard of him, people? You It's like, why do you want to compete with with Ah, Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra and other people that are like there, It's a little intimidating. It's like being at a party and they'll you know Frank Sinatra's there and then you say, Hey, let me sing. Everybody's like, Shut up. Outside. I didn't want to tell this story, though, because I forgot why we were in New York. Milton, Metz and I were there. I think there were some other hs people there when I can't remember exactly why they had us there something for I hard or is called Clear Channel Communications at that time. I seriously don't remember why we were We had to go shoot Romo's do something rather And Milton Metz gets US tickets to see Regis and Kathie Lee Kelly Ripa has one day I was going to say this is back in the stone age. Yeah. So what are we talking about? The nineties? I think, probably the nineties. Oh, yeah. Anyway, you go to the TV station. I guess it was W ABC sound right. It's on the Upper West Side. Um Of Central Park like John Lennon is 72nd I think was about like 1/60. I'll just say it was not too terribly far away from strawberry fields. Certainly we wait in line and we go in and they jumped us and let us go to some, like green room because I guess Milton, I don't know why. But we got to go and ah holding area for special guests. Not just the regular is the regular street people, areas flexing again. I mean, it had nothing to do with me. It was Milton. And Ah, so anyway, then, then you've got to go get in place. You sit in your seats, and they had us in the middle. Just a couple of rose up and they're doing their little show, you know, and during a break, Regis gets up and walks out. And by the way, Regis was great with people. He just during every break, he get up and walk out of the crowd. He'd hug somebody, or Yeah, he was that kind of a dude and in Kathie Lee nothing against her. But she was busy, just like looking at her notes and someone who was, you know, messing with her hair, one of the makeup people, and then she never said much to the crowd. But but regions did well anyway. During one break, he walks out into the crowd. And he says, Milton, are you Wow. And he was sitting right over there. And Milton said Hello? Yes, Reach. Nice to see you again. And then Donna, this is my colleague Terry Minors. He does the afternoon show on W. H s and About it on. He's Ah, fine Young man or whatever, he said. No one reads. It looks over to say, Are you shake on and then they're counting them down. 321 and and Regis is we're back here on Regis and Kathie Lee and Oh, hey, I got to say hi to a good friend of mine who's in the was hilarious And he's Milton. Matt sees one of the great talk show host in America is on. One of those big radio states is so fantastic. He's such a great guy. So glad to have you here. Milton they show Milton he's smiling. And then reads also says, and he brought Terry miners who's doing the afternoons. Now on W AIT says You're lucky to be on such a prestigious radio station, Sir. Thank you, and then they go back to doing their show or whatever. You're kidding me. I thought this guy he mean nailed. It was perfectly done. He was correct in the call letters pronouncing my name. He didn't know me from Adam. But he just heard that you know that. That's years of Doing that exact I could have been. I mean, I could never do that. I was just so impressed by that. I thought do that guy's on task. And so there you go. Thank you reads rest and my friend rest in power rested and being the guy you are because you sure nice to people when you were here, Regis Philbin passing away over the weekend. A lot of stuff to get to in the second half hour. Glad you're here. It's hailing the knobs on NewsRadio, 8 40 a.

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"lee kelly" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Want everybody to store both gone to council meetings and everything the Floyd family will hold a private funeral on Tuesday seventy six degrees in Atlanta mostly cloudy with a chance of a stray shower tonight low seventy three mostly to partly cloudy with a forty percent chance of scattered showers tomorrow highs eighty five Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. S. B. depend on it the two Atlanta police officers fired after using their tasers on a pair of college students in a car are suing the police chief and the mayor to get their jobs back excellent a policeman mark Gardner and ivory street or stay in their lawsuit they become objects of ridicule nationwide after firing they say was unnecessarily public and violated city code their attorney lance larusso tells channel two action news their use of force against thee to a UC students was properly not aggravated assault he would turn American law enforcement only if we're going to label a taser as a Delaware street in Gardner also note the other officers charged in the arrests are on desk duty or paid leave not fired for Annika waters ninety five point five W. SP organizers at the Republican National Convention are giving George's oldest city a close look as a possible replacement venue for the summer convention to economic plight you know for people that that are kind of worried about the politics you know wouldn't want all monies green right so when you're playing for those hotel rooms whether it's the Republicans coming to stay weather's immediate coming the state governor Brian camp joined twenty twenty convention CEO Marshall Lee Kelly for a tour of Savannah Savannah today.

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"lee kelly" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of the big cable news channels has been cleared in a first amendment lawsuit and USA's Chris Barnes has details fox news winning a first amendment lawsuit against a Washington state based public interest group called Washington league for increased transparency and ethics or wash light it sued the network in early April claiming its coverage violated the state's consumer protection laws by engaging in what it called a campaign of deception and mission regarding the danger of the international proliferation of the novel coronavirus a Seattle judge dismissing the suit saying watch White had failed to establish a case and he noted that its assertions do not hold up to scrutiny for U. S. A. radio news I'm Chris Barnes top officials from the Republican National Committee and the Republican National Convention send a letter saying that the presidential convention will remain in Charlotte North Carolina this comes as president Donald Trump in recent days has threatened to move the convention elsewhere unless democratic governor Roy Cooper loosens some of his coded nineteen restrictions Rhoda McDaniels the RNC chairwoman and Marcy Lee Kelly the president of the Republican National Convention plastic democratic governor to sign off on safety protocols including pre travel health surveys and thermal scans of all mandatory attendees they're also requesting an aggressive sanitizing protocol for all public areas president trump has stated he wants to view all proposals by next week to make a decision for USA radio news I'm John hunt does hair loss run in your family are you worried you're losing your hair you can't do something for her loss becomes your reversible you.

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RNC gives North Carolina until June 3 to approve convention proposal

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

RNC gives North Carolina until June 3 to approve convention proposal

"Top officials from the Republican National Committee and the Republican National Convention send a letter saying that the presidential convention will remain in Charlotte North Carolina this comes as president Donald Trump in recent days has threatened to move the convention elsewhere unless democratic governor Roy Cooper loosens some of his coded nineteen restrictions Roenick Daniels the RNC chairwoman and Marcy Lee Kelly the president of the Republican National Convention that's the democratic governor to sign off on safety protocols including pre travel health surveys and thermal scans of all mandatory attendees they're also requesting an aggressive sanitizing protocol for all public areas president trump has stated he wants to view all

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"lee kelly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on KOMO

"Day care operators were urged to remain open this call was Carly Johnson reports many child care operators haven't had a choice will some day care providers close right away concerned about their staff at the risk of exposure to the virus but for others the decision was made for them as families pulled their kids out and stopped paying in Spokane forty percent of daycare centers are closed with fairly remarkable I'm in really concerning that is community minded enterprises CEO Lee Kelly they operate many day cares she told KXLY more than thirteen hundred child care operators of closed during the pandemic just here in Washington said thing in Oregon where half the day cares closed immediately Shannon's child care and preschool in Portland is open the owner telling koin TV she was granted an emergency licenses taking kids of essential workers all of my family's right now are there either medical workers on their transport some of the grocery industry law enforcement but all the pandemic protocols of certainly complicated daycare were everything we stop at the front door now and we do a medical check so we check temperatures of the children we're trying to keep their emotional stability there too and put a smile on the parents faces and one many parents work from home and don't need child care now the worry is that when things return to a normal pace the centers that closed we'll be able to afford to re open Nicole stone co owns journey discovery center in Spokane she's now got just fifteen kids which typically has eighty nine inter centre each day she said another issue is they're struggling to find enough personal protective equipment to keep employees safe and even basic things like baby wipes and Melker sometimes hard to find we're getting bleach on a individual gallon by gallon basis at this point and you know we're being really diligent seeking out the supply so that we don't right now but it has been hard daycare operators across the nation worrying they may have to close permanently I could lead to a domino effect that would threaten the nation's entire child care system devastating impacts on our child care industry Carly Johnson komo news a lot of local families have considered adding a new member to the household during the cold feet quarantine but his call was Brian Calvert asks is not really the right time you have been waiting until you had just a little more time at home to bring home a new member of the family a furry member of the family well there's likely no time like the present most of us have plenty of time around the house people are home are often.

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"lee kelly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on KOMO

"We have sixty four in downtown Seattle you're in the middle of twenty minutes of nonstop news on como at five oh five when governor Jay Inslee ordered nonessential businesses to close day care operators were urged to remain open but it's come as Carly Johnson reports many child care operators haven't had a choice well some day care providers close right away concerned about their staff at the risk of exposure to the virus but for others the decision was made for them as families pulled their kids out and stopped paying in Spokane forty percent of daycare centers are closed with fairly remarkable I'm in really concerning that is community minded enterprises CEO Lee Kelly they operate many day cares she told KXLY more than thirteen hundred child care operators of closed during the pandemic just here in Washington Oregon where half the day cares closed immediately Shannon's child care and preschool in Portland is open the owner telling koin TV she was granted an emergency licenses taking kids of essential workers all right right now are there either medical workers on their transport summer the grocery industry law enforcement all the pandemic protocols of certainly complicated day care work everything we stop at the front door now and we do a medical check so we check temperatures of the children we're trying to keep their emotional stability there too and put a smile on the parents faces and one many parents work from home and don't need child care now the worry is that when things return to a normal pace the centers that closed we'll be able to afford to re open Nicole stone co owns journey discovery center in Spokane she's now got just fifteen kids when she typically has eighty nine inter centre each day she said another issue is they're struggling to find enough personal protective equipment to keep employees safe and even basic things like baby wipes and Melker sometimes hard to find we're getting bleach on a individual gallon by gallon basis at this point and you know we're being really diligent seeking out the supplies so that we don't right now but it has been hard daycare operators across the nation worrying they may have to close permanently I could lead to a domino effect that would threaten the nation's entire child care system devastating impacts on our child care industry Carly Johnson komo news flows almost goes without saying your house bound kids are likely watching a little more TV these days now educators are saying that's not necessarily a bad thing if they're improving their reading skills at the same time como's Corwin heck explains a movement has begun when your kids watch TV especially the younger ones turn on the subtitles it doubles my chances.

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"lee kelly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on KOMO

"Temperature in downtown Seattle sixty then you're in the middle of twenty minutes of non stop news on como at three oh six when governor Jay Inslee ordered nonessential businesses to close day care operators were urged to remain open but it's come was Carly Johnson reports many child care operators haven't had a choice well some day care providers close right away concerned about their staff and the risk of exposure to the virus but for others the decision was made for them as families pulled their kids out and stopped paying in Spokane forty percent of daycare centers are closed with fairly remarkable I'm in really concerning that is community minded enterprises CEO Lee Kelly they operate many day cares she told KXLY more than thirteen hundred child care operators of closed during the pandemic just here in Washington Oregon where half the day cares closed immediately Shannon's child care and preschool in Portland is open the owner telling koin TV she was granted an emergency licenses taking kids of essential workers all of my family's right now are there either medical workers on their transport some of the grocery industry law enforcement but all the pandemic protocols of certainly complicated day care work everything we stop at the front door now and we do a medical check so we check temperatures of the children we're trying to keep their emotional stability there too and put a smile on the parents faces and while many parents work from home and don't need child care now the worry is that when things return to a normal pace the centers that closed we'll be able to afford to re open Nicole stone co owns journey discovery center in Spokane she's now got just fifteen kids which typically has eighty nine inter centre each day she said another issue is they're struggling to find enough personal protective equipment to keep employees safe and even basic things like baby wipes and Melker sometimes hard to find we're getting bleach on a individual gallon by gallon basis at this point and you know we're being really diligent seeking out the supply so that we don't right now but it has been hard daycare operators across the nation worrying they may have to close permanently that could lead to a domino effect that would threaten the nation's entire child care system devastating impacts on our child care industry Carly Johnson komo news well if you're at home with your kids are probably watching a lot of TV right well educators are saying that's not necessarily a bad thing if they're improving reading skills at the same time Kamel's Corwin hate explains a movement has begun when your kids watch TV especially the younger ones turn on the subtitles it was my turn.

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Seattle small businesses receive grants to offset costs of operation

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Seattle small businesses receive grants to offset costs of operation

"When governor Jay Inslee ordered non essential businesses to close daycare operators were urged to remain open with schools closed and essential employees still going to work those centers are needed but it's almost Carly Johnson reports many operators have closed some daycare providers close right away concerned about their staff at the risk of exposure to the virus but for others the decision was made for them as families pulled their kids out and stopped paying in Spokane forty percent of daycare centers are closed with fairly remarkable I'm in really concerning that is community minded enterprises CEO Lee Kelly they operate many day cares she told KXLY more than thirteen hundred child care operators of closed during the pandemic just here in Washington sitting in Oregon where half the day cares closed immediately Shannon's child care and preschool in Portland is open the owner telling koin TV she was granted an emergency licenses taking kids of essential workers all of my family's right now are there either medical workers on their transport some of the grocery industry law enforcement but all the pandemic protocols of certainly complicated day care whatever thing we stop at the front door now and we do a medical check so we check temperatures of the children we're trying to keep their emotional stability there too and put a smile on the parents faces and while many parents work from home and don't need child care now the worry is that when things return to a normal pace the centers that closed we'll be able to afford to re open Nicole stone co owns journey discovery center in Spokane she's now got just fifteen kids would you typically has eighty nine inter centre each day she said another issue is they're struggling to find enough personal protective equipment to keep employees safe and even basic things like baby wipes and Melker sometimes hard to find we're getting bleach on a individual gallon by gallon basis at this point and you know we're being really diligent seeking out the supply so that we don't right now but it has been hard daycare operators across the nation worrying they may I have to close permanently I could lead to a domino effect that would threaten the nation's entire child care system devastating impacts on our child care

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"lee kelly" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Oh, I just there seems to be just a an incredible appreciation both from people that know him. Well, it out of bamboo or even SEC media. But even people that just know story, there seems to be a really cry appreciation for the way the guy has conducted himself and it's fairly unique can tell. To see a guy Cray himself like this then. City and handle it with great deal of dignity and. In class, you know, we, we've seen good either stay and moan about it or we see guys Lee Kelly, Brian, you know. Midseason last year at Clemson, it's the road and Jalen hurts that do that. And I think we've been. Whole lot of appreciation for that, even if he didn't have ESE title game, which he did you know, the story book finish their to beat Georgia, which just, you know, capped it off. But just just the way the goes conducted himself, it's sort of what you'd expect in nineteen fifty seven and not what she expected twenty eighteen now. I think people appreciate that. Yeah. It's it's and you know in reading the article, and we had a conversation as well. It just it. I don't I don't find very, many people, quite frankly. I'm not sure I've found anyone yet who is who who would really be against him. I'm sure there's some guy in a in a in a hollow or a cave in Alabama. That's doesn't like the idea that he left because they think feels like everybody should go to play for Nick Sabin, even if they don't start. But, but I, but the majority of, of the reasonable people that I know in, you know, are pulling hard for Jalen hurts. Yeah. To me, what struck me is just how sort of odd that is not just, you know, hoping it's one thing to proferred Jagan folks, it's another to hope he wins big and Oklahoma Sooners. You're not pleading Cookson. They're not easy chair for I mean, as you said they've been good forever. You know, the heck in Alaska years, they've been as good as anybody Alabama Clemson into three the last four playoffs the store, equate or they're one of the big dogs, so. Keep them not sitting around generally sympathetic towards Oklahoma football..

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"lee kelly" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:16 min | 3 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Also, interestingly enough, most of our users are downloading at between nine o'clock at night and two in the morning when they're stressed out laying in bad planning their wedding. And so we need to be able to service that when they have questions or ready to start planning for marketing because you said, you know, we've created came out the app. Surveys wanted to find out if there was demand for it. But at the other day, did you send it to your list of people that you already had did you draw traffic from Facebook ads or other types of marketing questions since San section of business? We've done no paid marketing. It's all been organic still to this day. So we've pretty big following on Facebook like five hundred fifty thousand fans Instagram also bagged three and then all our Ganic. We just consistently put up content. My background wasn't Brandon PR. So we do get a lot of earned media which has been great for this specific product because we wanted to test and learn we want to slowly send are used over there. So we still haven't done any paid marketing. We wanted to make sure that the the messaging the pricing everything was cracked before we started spending against it. We now have great conversion rates in the app, really happy user, our begin to think about what's the next stage and potentially driving all of our users. They're doing some paid marketing. So that's the next phase of the business was very impressive. A lot of companies can say that they're not spending any money and have that type of engagement. CEO and founder of lever. Lee Kelly Khalil joining us where are you inspire and form and connect the community of entrepreneurs? I'm Mark lack this Business Rockstars are you guys eventually on spending money because you know, a lot of times you'll hear from coaches and consultants in business mentors that at the end of the day, the only way to have a long-term, scalable and sustainable business is if you have a paid customer position strategy to believe in that I think that to scale the business and to like actually get a bunch of users that are planning their, weddings. We need to have a paid strategy. We all say, no, can we acquire users profitably and not very important. If we want to actually raise a large venture around to scale the business. So I think it's very important to make sure we can acquire users profitably up into this point. We haven't done it. So that's a big question Mark and something that we're beginning to test and learn from ultimately, too, I think that you'll find that with paid marketing even target certain types of customers, and some might be more valuable than others. And so I think that'll be interesting to test and learn kind of who are sweet spot customer as. Isn't the bride eighteen months out, the one that's six months outlets of freaking out? So you said five hundred fifty thousand people on social media following guy. Figured out. What's working fan? You didn't even pay for not paying for it's bad because I mean, you can pay just put your content out there. But you've been able to get a million people to follow you just based on your content. So you pretty good Doosan downs for building personal brand on social media. What are those using content is definitely king? This generation millennials in particular thrive on authenticity. And so we had a very fresh approach to speaking about weddings away more inclusive. We should all different types of couples. And the the things we talked about where things that couples really care about. So you know, what to do if you have lost a parent. How do you on the matter wanting, you know, what to do if you have divorced parents? How do you label the invitations, right? So we talked about things that I think a lot of people in the bridal industry didn't. And so that authentically really resonated. We also had a consistent strategy put content three to five times a day. When you go to our lovely Instagram or Facebook, you see photo, you know, the lovely image just based on our static. So it's a really. Very well savage brand kind of guidelines, and people know what to expect from us. How do you know what content because nowadays lawsuit? No that content is king. You've got to put your information out there. But we also live in information overload. We have way too much information out there, and it's tough to really know who to discern the right information from so my question is how does somebody know what the right continents to create say what's interesting about our platform is as a Bill in our users. We can see what they're searching for what they're clicking leading and saving about has always been underlying kind of data that we write our content out. So right now, we see purple Bright's made trust are trending. Let's write a story on that. So based on our own then we started looking at what what's trending on social so Facebook has trending stories Instagram has the same. And I think that's also been really helpful to see what kind of the more global community cares about and writing content around that transparency and often tippety a lot of people don't do that on social media. So how can they start to show up with their brand and their content to be more authentic? Do in different ways authenticity might be the way in which you speak to your customers. So the voice feeling approachable and real rather than just like a brand that's coming out content. I think if you look at successful true like brands, whatever it's apparel or whatnot people identify with the ones that they have a connection with feel real and approachable. And I think that's part of our Athens of our brand. How did you so many people engage five hundred and fifty thousand people when you're not paying for them to like it or anything like that to get caught actions and say follow us like us for more information. Was it organic is that still a couple things on Instagram in particular? We started hashtag, so lovely. So we encourage couples to share their so liberally wedding moments, and we also engage the community of wedding photographer Stationers. So we launched that hashtag. And literally in the last four years we've had over like two hundred thousand missions. And that's how we actually find the content that we feature on Instagram is user submitted through that hashtag. And so people then continued to submit at second nice virtuous cycle. They follow the account if they featured. So that's been really helpful on on Instagram, and then on Facebook when you write content, and especially in two thousand fifteen and fourteen Facebook really started promoting publishers and a couple of articles that were really funny and well written when article went viral, and so we've got a lot of fans that way, and then we've been able to convince them. Yeah. What are a lot of businesses failing at or they could be doing better at when it comes to marketing and targeting millennials, seventy six million just in the US alone. I mean that is very very broad seeming question, I think in the bridal industry in particular what they value transparency and one of the biggest challenges for when you're planning a wedding people. Don't know how much it's gonna cost and people don't put their pricing availability online and it super.

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"lee kelly" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"J M AC in the word, medium dot com. Folks, if you Google anything Jay MAC, medium, you're going to have my website. My G Miller dress, my Twitter, my Instagram and also my Facebook page, so please take the opportunity to go on there. And just check out the events, I have checkout. How I do readings and what I charge. I don't like to mention on their what I charged for reading. I am extremely affordable. But just check it out for yourself and see if I'm the right person, also too. I do want to mention my book again, channeling the mothership, but I want to mention where it's valuable act because I liked to help independent stores. So first of all if your Mary Kasa data, it's at the castle, data hotel bookstore and across the street. It's at the Cassidy bookstore. So we think those folks and Kasa data for carrying the book. It's at gipsy apothecary beautiful store. Absolutely gorgeous store on orange avenue. So please check them out. And it's also available spiral circle. The the spirit of Beverly still lives at spiral circle. So spiral circle has one of the best collection of books that I have ever seen in my life. If I think in two thousand eighteen they were bookstore of the year. And again, I love supporting independent businesses as well. And folks, if you never had a reading from a medium clairvoyant, what have you, and and folks you don't have to come to me. There are a ton of great and beautiful souls who are who are mediums and clairvoyance and so forth, and they are doing readings out out there in central Florida has a lot of folks a lot of and again, we as mediums and clairvoyance psychic mediums. What have you have you want to label the gifts, we have a we don't ask you to believe anything that we believe, right? We're not here to coerce convince or convert anybody, we're just here to say if you're going to sit in front of us, keep an open mind, brain your energy, you bring your energy and and just set your. Reminded es. And I think you're going to be just pleasantly surprised when you when you do a reading or attend a group, even a group reading has a lot of energy. So please if you haven't had the opportunity as a lot of mediums in other mediums everywhere but slot of mediums in the central Florida area. And they are they are tremendous trust me. And so anyway, what we're going to do. Now is take a break, and we have a long segment after the break coming up, and we're going to get to end order. Sara Lee Kelly g g and Jeff thank you for holding. Folks..

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"lee kelly" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

14:43 min | 3 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Yes. It's still a good evening. Welcome back. Ladies, gentlemen. Glad you're still with us. Harry, I'm going to answer your question here because we we do have the lines kinda champ. And then Jan I'm going to go to you. So please, Sara Lee Kelly. Hello, Kelly, Barbara Zhijie, and Jeff we will get to you. So Harry, you ask about health and life decisions. I am seeing that there is there is a a checkup that needs to be done in the upper body. And I'm seeing this is around the chest area. And now, I'm seeing left arm which kind of concerns me a little bit. And so I just wanna make sure that you get you get checked out with the doubts full body scan. Whether it's blood work or what I mean, I do see things medical. So I guess you can save a medical intuitive. However, I'm not a doctor. It's just part of my job and part of my goal, and my purpose that spirit gives me to get people to the doctor and make sure that they have a full a full checkup. I do see you reach across roads in your life, Harry. And there's a major decision coming up. And I mean a big decision. I don't know if it's I don't think necessarily its own a move, but traveling somewhere where you're going to be gone for one or two weeks. And I see you kind of thinking about that. So spirit says continue to think about it and give it careful thought. And I think this is out west because you're going to find life's a kind of a life defining moments out there and learn a lot about your inner self your higher, self your true, self and your intuition, so Harry, thank you for for holding on very much. Appreciate okay. So right now, we are going to go to John in Orlando. Good evening. Jan. I cherry your your shows. Great. I'm really really happy for you. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. Oh, I know. Yeah. While I was sitting here during the break. I was looking at was looking at where it said Janet Orlando, and I started to pick up stuff. So the first thing spirit, I say spare wants to know is have you written a book yet? So. Okay. It's spirit spirit wants to know. Have you written a book, and they're kind of getting onto you a little bit saying, listen, you've you've got the book you've got excuse me. I just just hit my headphones that her you've got the gift of writing within you Jan tremendous gift. And it's it's never too late to start writing have no idea. How Joran it's my business. But spirit is saying please tell her it's never too late. It's never too late to start writing so spirit want you to start writing. And okay, put this book that's inspiring. Thank you very much. There is a gentleman coming through. And this is is your father passed. Yep. You said the last time you saw on flapping his wings. Oh, okay. Okay. Well, he's grounded now. He's he's on the ground. Oh, you're okay. You're that jail. Okay. Okay. Sorry. Sometimes. Great. You're getting these readings going I know kind of sewn out. Threw him saying make sure you understand how proud he was of you. And how proud he is of you still is proud. He's beams with proud and says, my girl, that's my girl there is he is talking about a decision on going to like a conference or something. I think it's a conference. Well, I'm getting ready to put on a festival. Oh, fantastic. Fantastic. And it's coming up this. I'm just wondering how it's gonna go because I've been working on this since uet. Yeah. He said, Honey. It will exceed expectations it will exceed expectations. So the and and yeah, and you're sitting your expectations high as you should he said it was exceed your expectations. It's almost like is this a one day festival. The one hippie festival outdoor and we're trying to raise money for Wittig warrior project. Tastic very good. 'cause it is a very good cause the wounded warrior project, and that's why it's going to be blessed. It's because of the intention behind his to help those who have fought for our country into defended the constitution of the United States. And so this is absolutely going to be blast. This will turn into something bigger. I see you doing another festival maybe not in the central Florida area. But I see this starting to grow. But spirit just jumped in and said, make sure she writes, the book, I before all these causes. I in many crossroads. I am. I'm developing very, but to the spiritual side at the same time, the helix of until glad you're doing the CB oil that got me through my pain before my surgery and afterwards, and I wanna take my daddy's further working with a man that developed and has developed healing techniques as well as east patented something that's the kind of direction I want to go besides singing. Yes. Signs, saying well, you don't want me to say that's for sure these lines that are Jan will soon. Yeah. They'll be dropping like flies. If I start. But anyway in so your father's kind of back off a little bit. And just saying thank you for continuing to think of him. And he he he always never doubt his love for you. And he says don't doubt yourself with this festival. It's going to be tremendous and make sure you take lots of pictures. So you can show lots of people what they missed by not participating and not go into this festival. All right. I'm gonna leave that with you this evening. Okay. Thank you so much, Jerry. Thanks Chan take care. You too. All right. So let's go to Barbara. So we're going to go Martha. Hey, barbara. How are you doing? Hi, jerry. I'm so happy to talk to you. A little bit of feedback from your previous reading with me. Of course as long as it's good. No. I'm just kidding. I'm just. I'm messing with you. I'm messing with it going. One of the things that you didn't know the situation, but you indicated that there was going to be quick resolution, and literally I have been waiting for very long time. It's I shouldn't say it's been a long ordeal for social security disability and literally within three weeks. I had a favorable decision from the judge fantastic. Thank you spend. And also and also one of the messages from my mother was that she had put up a wall. And it was only time that I've ever had an acknowledgement from my mother that the challenges in are always or relationship was because of something she did cheated chosen to put up the wall. Oh, I wanted to let you know that in also. Listeners. There was so much profound. Oh, I should also mention that you towards the end you said, she showing you my mother was showing you a whole lot of sunflowers, and it was so profound because most people flowers not sunflowers. Correct. My mother's favorite flowers. So that was just incredible. So what I what I did not tell you when I talked to you previously was not being able to work and dealing with health issues. And I'm in the sixty just sound like a young. Has led led shoot tremendous amount of residential insecurity and sometime new residence at quite a bit of time. No resonance. And so the big question right now, especially since I will have some money coming. With disability is I don't it's not just about location in a city, but what area of the country what area should I be looking not just that I can Ford because even with disability. That's not a lot of money, but we're I will have a place that once again after many many years that will feel like home, and then I have one slightly less important thing that I like to know about even though it's huge because I've never had a significant other for any long period of time in my life. I've never been married, but there is a person of interest, but seem to be mutual except that he seemed to shot to ask for my phone number. And I don't have a way to eat. I don't have an easy way to get in touch with him. And he has no he doesn't have my number. Sean is not a bad thing because you know, less less concerns about. All the women, right? I do sense the energies between you and this gentleman or aligned in it's in it's almost as if that you are together in a previous life this way and feel so comfortable this wind field. So right. It's almost like, well, you know, I'm kind of looking for companionship, I'm kind of looking for partnership, a may not be. And then all of a sudden, boom the there. He is right. That was random, but it's not it's the universe pudding YouTube together. So you work together in a previous life, maybe more the one previous life. But and that's why it seems so natural. That's why the energies are aligned. He is. Yeah, he is a bit shy. But it's it's beyond. It's it. It is beyond shy. I think this where this is coming from is he's been hurt and pretty hurt severely in a relationship. And so he's not that he's stepping gingerly. He's not even stepping at all there's there's a very timid and I'm not saying from week, but just very very timid way of reaching out. And he does want to reach out to you. But he just doesn't quite know. How to go about it? And he doesn't want to get hurt again. And that's understandable. When we've had relationships always say the wounds of the heart are, the deepest, and those are the ones that take the longest to heal. I do. I do. Long ago. It was if he had this great heart. Yeah. This is about a year or so ago, let me say one to two years, but it's it's left a lingering effect. Don't know if he was married, and quite honestly, it's probably not the most important thing in terms of of what he went through. But trust was abused. And trust was not was not reciprocated. He put everything into the relationship and the other person put everything they had to relationship, but then kind of quickly step back. And so he is and I don't say use the word Tim, and I didn't mean to use that word. But he is an careful is not the word. But he is he's. Yeah. He's just been damaged like we all have. And it just takes a lot to even ask for a phone number very, very, well grounded guy and intelligent guy and a lot to offer. And so I do feel that you too will eventually get together. I just don't know when I am looking. Let's see I think I think I am looking middle of may. But my gosh, that's like thirty days away. Sorry about that. But I'm looking at may be in a crucial month. Whether it's the I I am kind of like the middle of may. But keep asking the universe. It's that law attraction for what we want. Not what we don't want to happen. But what we want to happen? And it will happen. As far as your living situation ICU going someplace out west. And I don't mean like, Wes, Florida. I don't know where you live, Barbara. But I'm I'm looking out west because the energy is something's calling you to go out west, and and to get into a place that you call your own. It doesn't matter if you buy it or don't bite as long as you feel comfortable in you felt safe and secure. And you say, okay, this is my place, and I do I do think that's happened in the summertime. I don't know what part of the summertime, I do feel very strongly that the universe's is guiding you to someplace out west and is sitting down and just. Yeah. Just sitting down asking the universe for direction asking God. And not only that. But asking your loved ones goes your mom, kind of just said, okay. The walls down. You can ask me. The wall was up when she was here in the physical in despair road, she's down and she says, listen. Guide you and. Okay. And. Yeah. And so she's giving you. Pretty constantly forgotten. Perfect. Perfect. All right. Well, listen, good luck. And thank you for giving me the feedback on the previous reading, I am so happy for you. Thank you spirit. Got calm waters ahead which you deserve right now. You deserve some stability in some calm in your life. And that will be coming up. Thank you so much. Thank you Barbara have a good. Thank you. All right. So folks, we're going to take a break. Sara Lee Kelly gee-gee, and Jeff we will be getting to you..

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"lee kelly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on KOMO

"About the severity of the storm. Chris Darden with the national weather service confirmed. The twister that hit Lee Kelly imports of Georgia was an e f four tornado estimated the path with at point eight seven miles are almost a mile wide. So a monster tornado as it moves across the area. Winds were estimated at close to one hundred seventy miles per hour. Dardenne says it was the deadliest tornado in the US since the more Oklahoma twister in two thousand thirteen. And also the first tornado fatality in the state of Alabama since November thirtieth twenty sixteen that was in north Alabama. In the first tornado fatality in central Alabama. We gotta go way back to March third twenty twelve. So it's been a while. We've had a little bit of a severe weather tornadoes drought. Now Lee county residents left picking up the pieces of what was a devastating Sunday. State officials confident the community will bounce back, but stressing patients and the process will take time I'm Clayton Neville. It's twenty one till with the warm temperatures of the last several weeks. Some plants have already begun to bloom in the south not good considering the freeze warnings that are out at this hour from Texas to Florida along the Gulf snow and low temperatures blanket other areas of the US John Lawrence reports more than eighty million people. Under winter weather alerts this week from Colorado to main among the areas hit hard Boston. We're more than a foot of snow fell. But some people like Cayo Mastro don't mind, this is part of the the essence of New England. It's winter more than a foot fell in the area on Monday. In bitter, cold New Jersey, Mike James risked his life Monday by jumping into the frigid Passaic river to save a woman, who's vehicle went over a guardrail screaming that she couldn't swim. She wasn't lion. When the car went under sodas shape. What else was jumping in? So somebody had to both James and the woman are recovering Colorado also got clobbered with this winter storm to avalanches hit the summit county area.

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"lee kelly" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg, national weather officials now say the deadly tornado that sworn to Alabama last night was a powerful e f four with winds up to one hundred seventy miles an hour. Three children are among the dead in rural week county. Dozens more missing governor Kay Ivey of that your back. We will do everything has been out Powell. Help the citizens of Lee Kelly recover officials now say possibly to NATO's hit the area. One of those nearly a mile wide and twenty four miles long. President Trump says FEMA is providing assistance the president also says he's working with lawmakers in a new wide ranging investigation. President Trump vows to cooperate with House Democrats, but remains adamant that their latest investigation into possible. Obstruction of Justice is a political game cooperate all the time with everybody. No collusion. Folks, sweeping probe launched by House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerry, Nadler is looking into all aspects of the president's business his organization and his administration. Motoko Sarabi ABC news Capitol Hill. Three other house. Committees are asking the Trump administration for records about private conversations between the president and Russian leader, Vladimir Putin. The requests include an interview with an interpreter who sat with the two men at the Helsinki summit last summer. Minnesota wants one hundred percent of electricity to come from clean energy sources by the year, twenty fifty governor Tim walls. The proposal were announcing today would put us at the forefront of addressing climate change. We will pioneer the green energy economy, creating new jobs or protecting our planet for generations to come calling climate change in existential threat walls says if Washington was won't lead his state will former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper is throwing his hat in the ring for twenty twenty telling ABC news, he can bring both sides together. It can loopers the fourteenth democratic candidate to announce a presidential run. The Dow lost two hundred points.

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"lee kelly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Scott Goldberg, national weather officials now say the deadly tornado that sworn to Alabama last night was a powerful e f four with winds up to one hundred seventy miles an hour. Three children are among the dead in rural Lee county. Dozens more missing governor Kay Ivey. I've got your back. We will do everything is now Powell. Yup. The citizens of Lee Kelly recover officials now say possibly two tornadoes hit the area one of those nearly a mile wide and twenty four miles long. President Trump says FEMA is providing assistance the president also says he's working with lawmakers in a new wide ranging investigation. President Trump vows to operate with House Democrats, but remains adamant that their latest investigation into possible. Obstruction of Justice is a political game all the time with everybody. Thanks sweeping probe launched by House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerry, Nadler is looking into all aspects of the president's business his organization and his administration, Monaco, Sarabi ABC news, Capitol Hill. Three other house. Committees are asking the Trump administration for records about private conversations between the president and Russian leader, Vladimir Putin. The requests include an interview with an interpreter who sat with the two men at the Helsinki summit last summer. Minnesota wants one hundred percent of its electricity to come from clean energy sources by the year, twenty fifty governor Tim walls. The proposal were announcing today would put us at the forefront of addressing climate change. We will pioneer the green energy economy, creating new jobs or protecting our planet for generations to come calling climate change in existential threat wall says if Washington was won't lead his state will former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper is throwing his hat in the ring for twenty twenty telling ABC news, he can bring both sides together. Hickenlooper is the. Eighteen democratic candidate to announce a presidential run. The Dow lost two hundred points today. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.

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"lee kelly" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"The tweets continue to roll in with the world. Now trying to guess my middle name this show. Took a turn Sara Lee Kelly Niles, Stefan, Ricky Mozart Bano sunny, Nigel Marion, Cornelius. Deborah Garfunkel, Homer, Chester Ignatius, Malachi Humperdinck Rene. Mario no, no to all of those. But what is amazing is Sarah is ready to pounce with a list of them, by the way, if it was Mozart again, that'd be pretty bad. That's pretty like, I think I would just go by Lord knows the like a this is this is going to continue throughout the course. That was even anybody guesses it we're gonna head to the shell Pennzoil performance line. Jeff leg will joins us NFL nation. Broncos reporter, Jeff, you know, this is this is a strange day. Sarah's obviously a bears fan. And so it's tough for her losing Vic Fangio as he's the new head coach. But i'm. Raiders fan. A lifelong die hard. So tell me how much sleep should I be losing at this point for Vic Fangio head coach of the Denver Broncos law. There's no say they've they got what they wanted. They got they got Gary kubiak back on the coaching staff, and some fashion, and they have a Elway went into this with the idea that he wanted an experienced guy was one of the best at what he did on that on whatever side of the Bali worked on. And they think they have that in in Fangio. I mean, it's he's a rare case, I'm not sure in all my years covering the league that I've heard of a guy who went from twenty two years from his first head coaching interview to when he got a job finally. So it's he's he's almost universally respected. But he is waited a long time for this. And I think he was just the kind of guy then either he or month check where the kinds of people Elway. Went into this looking for. I feel happy for him. Despite my sadness about him leaving the bears when we when I was on around the horn today is a good year said he was surprised that Elway wouldn't give himself. A better fall guy by making the head coach and offense of guy quarterback guy to try to help fix. What's the most obvious problem on that team, which is the quarterback position? Are you also surprised that he decided to go defensive-minded for the head coach? You know, I'm not and just want to add. No, nobody's matter than my mom. Then that Fangio was let go. I got one eighty eight year old woman who's who spurious at the whole thing. But strong lady, I think the I think this is the profile. They like, you know, Gary kubiak was going to be on the staff in some fashion..

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"lee kelly" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"lee kelly" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"The tweets continue to roll in with the world. Now trying to guess my middle name this show. Took a turn Sara Lee Kelly Niles, Stefan, Ricky Mozart Bano sunny, Nigel Marion, Cornelius. Deborah Garfunkel, Homer, Chester Ignatius, Malachi Humperdinck Rene. Mario no, no to all of those. But what is amazing is Sarah is ready to pounce with a list of them, by the way, if it was Mozart again, that'd be pretty bad. That's pretty like, I think I would just go by Lord knows the like a this is this is going to continue throughout the course. That was even anybody guesses it we're gonna head to the shell Pennzoil performance line. Jeff leg will joins us NFL nation. Broncos reporter, Jeff, you know, this is this is a strange day. Sarah's obviously a bears fan. And so it's tough for her losing Vic Fangio as he's the new head coach. But i'm. Raiders fan. A lifelong die hard. So tell me how much sleep should I be losing at this point for Vic Fangio head coach of the Denver Broncos law. There's no say they've they got what they wanted. They got they got Gary kubiak back on the coaching staff, and some fashion, and they have a Elway went into this with the idea that he wanted an experienced guy was one of the best at what he did on that on whatever side of the Bali worked on. And they think they have that in in Fangio. I mean, it's he's a rare case, I'm not sure in all my years covering the league that I've heard of a guy who went from twenty two years from his first head coaching interview to when he got a job finally. So it's he's he's almost universally respected. But he is waited a long time for this. And I think he was just the kind of guy then either he or month check where the kinds of people Elway. Went into this looking for. I feel happy for him. Despite my sadness about him leaving the bears when we when I was on around the horn today is a good year said he was surprised that Elway wouldn't give himself. A better fall guy by making the head coach and offense of guy quarterback guy to try to help fix. What's the most obvious problem on that team, which is the quarterback position? Are you also surprised that he decided to go defensive-minded for the head coach? You know, I'm not and just want to add. No, nobody's matter than my mom. Then that Fangio was let go. I got one eighty eight year old woman who's who spurious at the whole thing. But strong lady, I think the I think this is the profile. They like, you know, Gary kubiak was going to be on the staff in some fashion..

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