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"louist" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

17:45 min | 1 year ago

"louist" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"louist" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"louist" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"Make everybody okay with being there and this is the perfect example of how you can do that. And maybe everybody doesn't have to be you know but there are ways to do it decreed an atmosphere and to create flavors that do run the gamut enough to depletes every palate it. I think that To that point like every company in is set up by different people you know. And so kind of the impetus with this is jeff and other partners. There's like we're flavor. Forward people were brewers distillers. We we started this as the creative side right on the creative side to drive that. It wasn't isn't that we saw an opening in the marketplace. And we were okay. How do we jump into that marketplace? We didn't want to say what's the trend. How do we fit in this like we just wanted to create? Does that make a trend. Does it make things easier that way or does it make things harder. Sometimes because like I feel like both you you put you know a group like that around the table and everybody's going to want something a little bit different different and that is good but I can imagine that some of those conversations can get a little more towards the other side where you want more more focus here more focused here. There's a lot of places that time and money could be and I think that's a struggle in general is where do you put your time and energy and resources especially as a startup with limited capital and how are you. How are you gonNa make the next paycheck? You know you. You're a startup company. It's not like you have with millions of dollars behind year. I mean some people come in and see the grand year and they're like Oh you know they're fine it's like you know maybe some of the various stab wish companies are are fine. But you know even I don't even I don't even know if that's the case though is even a budweiser that's losing share. They're they're concerned they they want to figure out how to make it and everybody's everybody's in that boat of even if you're an established company you're you're figuring it out and and so that that goes with where. Where do you put the focus on your products? and which part products do you push forward. And it's a constant conversation. It's a fun conversation. Love to be a fly on the wall conversation. It's like we go back to the circling spirits is like people. Don't it's like what is that that the opportunity and the challenge to explain what that is but like. I don't know that I could explain what that is. Somebody I feel like I would have to just like my response right now. We'll just go grab and pour it for them and handed to them. Like you can't do that and again after somehow. Explain this before this product even exists like. That's the hope. Is that down the road. People say well it's like a care can uh-huh maybe then no I think that's GonNa be one hundred percent. Be The case impressed impressed with the variety and the the depth of your all portfolio catalogue. You how do do you want to phrase it and it's all about. I mean hate to use the word flavored trillion times during this thing but it it. It's purpose purpose. Driven like we're we're not just not just here like I said to follow the Trans or whatever like we were exploring flavors and we're very driven to find the way to make something that we wanna drink like the blaze like I I prefer are blaze over a lot of kilos and I mean same thing you want to do with any beverage. WanNa make something you want to drink. And that's kind of A. It's a fun place to be actually creating something that is for yourself kind of versus chasing trend making podcast. They WANNA listen two. That's and that's the podcast. It's very easy because of the PODCASTS can exist regardless of what you know. We don't have sponsor right now. That's okay we don't need a sponsor right now to make this happen over. This place. Has Its place still has to sell something making things have to be going out the door and have to be going down people's throats to to to make this place keep existing. That's hard you make it sound so violent throat but it is very very different to somebody like me. That's making podcast. That can exist one way or another right. I think the point more as you're producing something you want to consume. You have to believe that other people feel the same way you do. And when you're creating she fou- that's a that's A. That's a gamble like that. That people are we're going to drink. She flew natty. That's and that's a lot of craft distilleries they. They have a wide network of distribution. We're Cincinnati that's it and we're looking at outside markets about the schieffer though is I'm looking at that. I'm like nobody else is doing. It doesn't have to catch fire. It doesn't have to be in every state doesn't have to be in six states in the next three months. Anything anything like that but just the fact that you can come with that an offer that you've got something that nobody else does and it's such you apart which helps helps with other things I would think but also with the market today. We talk about this with bureau the time people chase the latest newest Louist. Whatever and people haven't had this and my reaction to it? was you know cool something new something. I haven't tried so and I'm a fairly typical I think consumer so just that alone is to me the huge win and it's delicious and are we talking about this one Recorded form. We just poured a a a Baio straight from China. I just brought it back. You don't know the name of its Green Green ceramic some googling and maybe figure out of the box downstairs. I think it's all on Chinese. But there's a bottle inside a bottle and and we're where's the Chinese chieh-fu there was like A. There's this ceramic top top two. It really how we even drink this thing you you actually have to physically break the top his bottle and then extract the cork out of it and in order to drink it. And it's it's one of the more mild by Shas over there but it still has a funky nece in a bite to it that whole what I thought was fun. Aroma gets not. It's not it's not not too funky in the funky at all when you smell it but then like as soon as you taste it like it just keeps you on this other like I like it. And that's what I was saying the farmhouse liquor. You know You don't look like you're enjoying it now. I I'm thinking we should put the genie back in the bottle on this. We'll have honest to go like yours a lot better well. We kind of had a moment of that. Because you know Jeff was like I think we should use by. Joe Is very popular in China and the most popular liquor the world. What's this all about? So you know we couldn't get any locally so jeff bought some and had it shipped in and we all are like what are we talking about. Why the hell are we going to do this? This those moments though we're talking about it's like are we crazy or is everybody else crazy you know. Do we do this is it. Not You know you'd have to ask. Dan Sometimes go for it. Is there any talk of barely aging any she food. Because I'm fairly confident saying that has never happened. I'm pretty there's there's some aged Baio out there but I think it's just aged because it sat in a pot for one hundred years or whatever it is not because it was put into barrels. Barreling is not a thing in China right so yeah I think that barely aging would be a first for eight Baio. So is there discussion of the bad. You have to sign the Sirkin missed it though man we just believe it all. I can totally see this like somebody's bringing their son going. You're going to watch this but you never gonNA drink and your son is GonNa Watch this and he's never going to drink. His son might drink it and I mean but I could see it and over here over like no now damn it now. Yeah I want it yesterday. It's just it's the idea of being able to do something different. It is let load in the in the beer world talking about the spirit's world where things being not build no like. I'm giving a bottle of this to my nephew a few for Christmas. He's five. You're never going to drink this. Your son is never going to drink this. Your grandson maybe.

"louist" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

16:03 min | 2 years ago

"louist" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"Our father but I'll often in my life now and during the day as I address him. I'll just say father on talk to you about this but what I want to ask you is is is what is the process. The transition between Romans the seventh chapter where a distressed man I am who will deliver me out from the body of this death in his answer comes ringing. I thank thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord so then I myself indeed with the mind serve the law of God but with the flesh the law of sin. And how's that broken by Jesus Chapter Eight therefore there is now no condemnation to the ones in in Christ. Jesus well how. How do you enter into Christ? Jesus one illustrate this from the story of Jacob when to share with you. Some thoughts from a book called Coals of fire By George Watson he lived eighteen forty five eighteen forty five to nineteen twenty three so his primary preaching time was the latter part of the nineteenth century. I want to share with you. Some thoughts that he has in Genesis we find all the New Testament elements entering into our adoption into the house or the family. Family of God. I A way has to be open. Between God and man he he dreamed and behold a ladder set up on the earth and the top of it reached a heaven and behold the angels of God is sending in descending on on it now. Jesus tells us this. Ladder was a type of himself. Nathaniel live near the place of this latter dream and when Jesus met him he associated him with Jacob calling him and Israelite indeed and promising him he should see heaven opened and the angels of God ascending and descending upon the son of man in in which Jesus identifies himself as the latter from Earth to heaven now the first requisite in the New Testament conversion is a mediation an open way between the center and God. This Jacob was given in a ladder. Some of you had this opening given by a friend. Speaking speaking a word to you some a book was given to you or a movie you saw. God has a myriad of ways to to open this. This mediation this open way between God and the sinner in her now we read. And behold the Lord stood above it and said Ed I am the Lord God of Abraham Thy Father and the god of Isaac the land were all pawn Thou Elias Elias to the I give it and to the seed and I see shelby. As the dust of the earth and now shalt spread abroad to the West and to the east to the north and to the south and in the and in I seed shall all of the families of the Earth be blessed and behold I am with the and will keep the in all the places where the Dow Gaullist Louist and will bring the again into this land for. I will not lead the until I have done that which I have spoken of to. The A now is a possible for Jacob. How would it be a more accurate tender or elaborate assurance of his adoption by God that is conveyed in these remarkable expressions of divine engrace? These words of absolute mercy would God address such words to an alien an or an unconverted soul. They were not spoken to an eloquent. Angel or a Mumbling Priest from Jehovah Directly Fleet. To Jacob here is an expression of divine fatherhood accompanied by a land grant and a covenant of grace extending to all the families of the earth and a promise of God's perpetual presence and of his keeping power. God never spoke such words to one who was not his child. Jacob had made a decision he was following the direction of his mother and his father. He took the journey. He was on pilgrimage and he. He laid down a net desert place with a stone under his head with no camels donkeys geese just the where this all start. Swith me with you is God comes any claims us as his own and were converted. Meaning we we say Yes lord. Now Jacob recognizing these gracious words coming from his father's God said surely the Lord is in this place and I knew it not that is he did not know the previous evening when a lay down that God was so near to him but now the divine presence is known it was not one of those old style hope so conversions in which a sola supposed to be years finding out really whether God spoke it or not but he had the witness within his heart the vision lingered in his mind mind. The heavenly message was fastened in his heart and in his memory and so he named this spot what Bethel meaning the House of God. He indicates then that he felt within himself that he was not just brought into the presence of God but he was now in a covenant of Grace Grace With God. The House of God is the family of God the Kingdom of God his since we're forgiven forgiven for he felt himself at the very gate of heaven. Now as a fruit of Jacob's conversion version. He not only makes an open and enduring profession of God's manifestation to him but he enters there's into a financial covenant with the Lord to give him one tenth of his income. God was so pleased seized with this financial covenant that he made it the law for subsequent generations if the giving of a tenth is God's idea idea of business and if that same idea was in Jacob's heart does it not prove that his heart had been so changed as to be an agreement agreement with God. Now I have to tell you I have in the past severely denounce Jacob for making money bargain with. It's God and yet there's not one word of reproof from the living God for this instead. The Lord emblazoned his approval on this money bargain and he made it a law for his church and the very basis of the poor man's prosperity look carefully at Malachi. It's remarkable to me the way we look sometimes at these old patriarchs and we come up with their own ideas and we go beyond scripture and denouncing them and criticizing them. Jacob now is a converted man has been dealt with fully by the Holy Spirit. No he has not and for some of us. It's taken many years even begin to understand. I've called the Peter Package the way we come to. Christ many of you have simply accepted with the preacher said to you and you have said okay. Now I'm saved on my way to heaven. Well no not necessarily you may not be on your way to heaven. It takes time to be holy. It takes study. It takes the reading of the word. It takes obedience to the revelation nation of the Holy Spirit to your heart now. Jacob is going to enter into legal bondage and if you read Galicians the law is meant to lead us to Jesus. Many of you who are listening today are still still caught in legal bondage legal bondage has its place it has. Its work that it must accomplish until we're ready to be set free. So what do I mean by legality. I mean rendering service by law by a rigid routine. It's measured off. I've met men who do this. They measure off their Christian life by the rituals of the Church that they participate in and they're very faithful in those rituals. But it's it's a gospel of performance serving God by the inch and the ounce. The book of Galicians is very elaborate as it. Unfolds folds the principles of legal service in this epistle Paul states a- general fact that even the children of God who are in their spiritual minority not yet delivered from the native reasonings and Karnali of nature have in their measure. The same bondage that many sincere but UN regenerate ceremonial lists of. It's interesting to me says in the scripture. Now I say that the air as long long as he's a child that is as long as he's still partly karnal not in rebellion but in his inner man has not it yet been baptized in the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is walking with him but not in him differ with nothing from a servant event though he be Lord of all but under a tutor and governor until the time appointed of the father until until he receives the promise of the father. The baptism of the spirit Galatian for versus one and two now there are four kinds of religious laws that we're all acquainted with the first three always bring the soul into bondage. The last one brings us into joyous service and and Liberation Shen before we look at Jacob's legal service. Let me just identify and and our brother Watson George Watson identifies these four kinds of law. I is the DEMOC law. That is is the law that was in place in the garden of Eden. We don't know what that law was. It was never written down. It's never announced the aided did but it was very much what was expected and when it was violated as is Cain did and killing able there was a severe judgement from God. Based upon that wickedness. The second law is what we find. In the book of Exodus it is the ceremonial or ritualistic law which is prescribed and risk now in terms of external duties. All of life and time is parceled out into specific rites and prayers and performances. And even today many Christians Still WanNa go back and come under those feast days in those laws I. I was raised in a home where the health laws part of the ceremonial law was very strictly enforced. There was absolutely absolutely never a taste of pork or ham. That was outlawed. All manner of unclean no shellfish. I didn't have a taste until many years into my adult life of shrimp because they were unclean in this religion is measured by the Incheon. The amounts it feeds you like a baby with a spoon. And what happens in this is it. You become weary it becomes slavery and you begin to try to find ways to break free but you feel guilty when you do now. You can find peace in all of this but it's very difficult because there's there's a natural rebellion in the human heart against this kind of regimented life..

"louist" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"louist" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg interactive brokers studio. I'm June Grosso coming up. How climate change has risen from a back burner issue to become a litmus test for democratic presidential candidates, and justices Ruth baiter Ginsberg and Neal Gorsuch, traded places in a manner of speaking in a criminal case, but first, a check on the markets from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. And we thank you very much, June Grasso, the Dow, the s&p, NASDAQ or all. Pushing higher stocks at or near their best level of the day, the rally continues building on yesterday's gains, the SNP back above twenty eight hundred twenty eight nineteen sixteen point cents an advance right now. Six tenths of one percent. The Dow up one hundred fifty three up six tenths of one percent, NASDAQ pushing higher by twenty five points up three tenths of one percent at seventy five fifty three Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, President Robert Kaplan says he wants to see evidence of slowing economic growth before deciding of an interest rate cut is necessary in response to an escalating dispute between the US and its major trading partners. Kaplan, made the comment this morning in an interview on Bloomberg television and radio. We'd need to see some evidence that there's a deceleration for further deceleration economy. We expected that growth would slow from eighteen to nineteen, but we're still growing above trend. We're still seeing tightening in the labor market. And also the morning speaking to Bloomberg radio. Television. Chicago fed president Charlie Evans, who does vote on policy this year said he still sees the economy's fundamentals as quote solid but is concerned about continued weak inflation payroll provider, ADP said private employers at twenty seven thousand jobs in may. The smallest gain in almost a decade small firms accounted for the weakness medium, and large businesses added workers shares of re walk robotics of tripled after the food and Drug administration said the small cap device company could start selling its restore soft Xhosa skeleton suit system shares right now. Shares in reward robotic surging by one hundred and thirty two percent. Crude oil slumping today. A barrel of west Texas intermediate now at fifty one fifty four down another three point six percent. Brent crude briefly falling below sixty dollars a barrel right now at sixty forty six down two point four percent gold higher by three dollars, the ounce of thirteen. Twenty-eight up two tenths of one percent and the tenure at one thirty seconds yield right now. Two point one two percent one oh two. On Wall Street time now for the market driver's report with a focus on American depositary receipts. And here is Dave Wilson. Thanks, charlie. Eighty yards or lower. Unlike US shares the DR index is down two tenths percent while he had some people, I'm hundreds up six tenths of a percent. Brazil's Petrobras, drop one point six percent in US trading. The country's supreme court is due to decide today, whether to clear the way for the state controlled energy producer to sell a ninety percent stake in its natural gas pipeline unit Luxembourg's are slower Mitchell has fallen five point one percent, the still producer and its European peers urge policymakers to cap low cost imports of the metal starting next month. They said in an open letter. It still has been deflected to the European Union because of US tax. Tariffs francis. LVMH has gained two point two percent. The head of the luxury goods makers Louis Vitton unit told analysts that the business is experiencing unheard of growth rates in China, according to CitiGroup, and another French company critic has risen four point nine percent. The genital advertising agency introduced a program to help brands and retailers deliver more personalized promotions, Charlie. And we thank you very much tables, and following those American depositary receipts. Recapping equities higher cross the board here best level right now with the SNP up seventeen up six tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie pelletan. That is a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you, Charlie House, Democrats clamoring for President Trump's tax information had been waiting for a New York law that just passed it allows limited access to the president's state tax returns, but they may be disappointed. Joining the as Laura Davidson, Bloomberg news. Tax reporter, so Laura, why might they be disappointed? Well, they're likely to be disappointed because Richard Neal, who is the one person or the one, democrat, at least in the it's still actually a Bill governor Cuomo has he has to sign it, but the way and he's expected to, so it will soon become a law, but he's the only person who can ask for these tax returns, the other person via a Senate finance chairman, Chuck Grassley Republican says he doesn't want to investigate the president's taxes and Neil has said, look, I have made this case in the federal tax returns saying I need these because I made trying to see how the IRS is auditing presidents. And of course, the New York state tax law has nothing to do with the IRS so by doing by asking for these New York returns, heated undercut his argument and lose his case on the federal tax return. So he's saying, look, no we're sticking with our original plan, and we want to win this battle in court. So where do the other members of his committee stand, as well as the leaders of other? You know, house committees Neil is a good job of keeping members of his committee in line, and they're saying, look, we need to let the process play out. We think we can win in court with the Democrats have been winning in court cases about subpoenas for other financial documents. They're pointing to that and say, we just need to, to be patient and, and will ultimately achieve our goal. But it's, it's off the committee. Other Democrats, particularly more progressive Democrats are getting a little bit impatient. And saying, look, if we have an opportunity to see the tax returns, even if it's not his full tax returns, just the New York state, we should take advantage of that. We have a responsibility to investigate this president. And if treasury is going to stonewall Wallace, we should use whatever tools we have at our disposal so lower explain what they would see with just the state tax returns, what they would miss, if they don't have the federal returns. Yes. So they will see a lot of the same things you know, Trump's overall income for the year some deductions and credits. He's taken and they'd see. The breakdown specifically for his New York businesses. So we know that is where the Trump organization is headquartered, and he has several properties there. So you would see specific things there. But what you wouldn't see is, you know, his his charitable contributions, or things tied to, to federal deductions, also his income from other states. So you know what he's earning for mar-a-lago, or even, you know, his, his golf courses in Virginia, New Jersey. These things would all be separate, so it would give lawmakers sort of a picture. But there would still be a lot of lines that would need to be filled in the federal turn returns to be able to provide. So two judges have ruled against Trump over financial records from third parties. We which committees brought those cases and where do they stand? Yes. So these are cases from the house oversight committee. So one was asking for Trump's accounting, the Trump organizations accounting records at an accounting firm called May's ours. The other is for banking wreck. From Capital, One and Deutsche Bank both of these have their sort of mired in the legal process right now. So they have had initial hearings the judges ruled that House Democrats that the subpoena is valid, and they need to hand them over. And in both cases, the Trump organization has either started the appeal process, or is about to, to kick it up to a higher court. So this is really something that's going to play out for for several months. If not even years if they make it all the way to the supreme court, they wouldn't be until the supreme court is about to recess for for the for the season. They'll come back in October. So it would be Tober at the very earliest before a case could even get to the supreme court and it could take much longer than that about a minute here. There are so many investigations in the house. So many committees investigating a lot of them involved tax returns or financial information. Have they divvied up how they're how they're approaching this or is each committee on its own each committee is has the specific? Lane that house leadership has dictated for them to stay in so you have oversight committee. Looking at some of the financial records, you have judiciary committee, who's looking more at the Mola report. And then in the Russian interference and you have ways and means specifically looking at the tax return issue. This is something that Pelosi was very clear from from day, one is that one that they need to stay in their lane and to, they need to communicate with each other. She's very focused on not seeming overreaching, and that they're working on a coordinated effort. It's the house so that doesn't always play out. But that's at least the, the strategy they're working under. All right. Thanks so much, Laura. That's Laura Davidson, Bloomberg news, techs reporter coming up on Bloomberg politics policy, power in law. We'll talk to democratic congressman David cellini, who's leading the bipartisan congressional effort to get tough on tech giant's. It's all about anti-trust, but first, we go to Martin dicara for check on world and national news. Martin Hello, June. It's the largest Mexican delegation to Washington since President Andres men. Well, Lopez Oberdorf. Took office top officials at this hour are lobbying the Trump administration to hold off on imposing a five percent tariff, come Monday, vice president Pence at the head of private meeting at the White House. In an interview with Bloomberg TV the president's top trade advisor, Peter Navarro says Mexico can avoid the tariffs by seizing asylum seekers human traffickers educate the people that they want to take a lot of money from to move north the border. They tell them look, here's your script cross-border asked for asylum. You can stay there. We've got to break that cycle. Mexico can do that, while in Europe, President Trump tweeted, Mexico, could immediately stop the flow of people if it really wanted to despite this stalled trade talks between the US and China sources tell Bloomberg that China is negotiating with Boeing, one largest orders of wide body jetliners, the discussion center on about one hundred twin-aisle jets seventy seven Dreamliner seven seventy seven x planes. Louist long range aircraft in Boeing's lineup. The fate of Missouri's last abortion clinic is at stake in the Saint Louis courtroom today, but there's no indication yet when a judge will rule on whether to grant preliminary injunction that would allow Planned Parenthood continue perform abortions at the clinic, today's hearing focused on technical legal matters in an victory for abortion, foes. The Trump administration is ending medical research by government, scientists using human fetal tissue. 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"louist" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"louist" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"They need to hear. Right. So it's like just let them get to the point. Just tell me where you're at. Right. So I can actually answer your questions as opposed to me just like doing shot in the dark of like here shot. I think you guys wanna hear Bubba. And then they give you they basically if you roadmap and you're like, okay, great right now. I see what you need to hear. Right. Right. Right about it. I like that. Yeah. Okay. The petitioner would be the first one to speak in the first line. They must speak is Mr. chief Justice, and may it please the court, and then they go into their argument. Yeah. I love I don't know if it's what they must do. But like that's what everybody does. It's probably like that's like respects. But like, yeah. Like Hella big. That's like what how you turn things giving. Yeah. That's how each side begins petitioner starts for. That's the first that's the first line. So once they've heard oral arguments, then they start doing this thing called a conference. And this is where the justices decide their ruling on a case, there are two conferences held per week while court is in session on Wednesday and Friday afternoons, so that's very exciting. So basically they're talking about like oral arguments that they've heard I think I can't remember it's the week before the week of. But they're talking about like their most recent oral arguments heard to basically decide what's going to be our ruling only the justices are allowed in this conference like this room. So there's no clerks. There's no staff it's just the nine of them in their love that. Yeah. And nobody else can you can't you can't enter the room. Like, you have to stand outside the room and knock and this is a weird rule. The the new. Louist Justice on the supreme court is the only person who can like open the door, and they're also the person in charge of like getting coffee and taking notes. Yes, Brad Kavanagh. He's just in charge of I love being the injure of the justices love that. That's definitely like the youngest sibling thing. Yeah. Like you. Don't get to choose your spot. And it's funny because I forget who I think it was either briar maybe it was Briers Brier or Lido who is the youngest Justice or the Lee senior Justice for like ten years. Oh that was it was like constantly. I'm gonna be like come on like anybody. And then. Yeah. Gorsuch had that job for like what three mile? So once they're in the conference all nine of them. They they discussed the case and everybody gets their chance to speak their thoughts with the chief Justice starting first and then going in order of seniority. So like John Roberts would talk first. And then Brett cavenaugh at talk last got as far as like, do you think it's by it's by it's by her long term on the bench term. Yeah. Germ on the bench. Not how old you are. They vote this way as well. So the chief Justice will vote I the young not the youngest. But the lease senior personal yet last cool. And then the chief Justice as we talked about will assign who will write the opinion of the court, if they are in the opinion, if they're in the dissent than the most the second the the first senior person under the chief Justice in this case, it would be Clarence Thomas because he's been there. The longest would assign the opinion if he's in the opinion that seems okay fine. And I don't know that they I think they just write their own design. Renting opinions because there's some cases that have multiple descending because you can and you multiple like deciding opinions. Yeah. Yeah. If you don't agree with a reasoning that, you can write your own opinion. And so that's what happens in their conferences. And so they usually announce their opinions starting at the beginning of June because it takes a while. So they probably decide like they're voting. Yeah. In like within like a week's time of hearing the arguments, but they had a ride a month plus to write these thing. Right. So we're going to give you a quick down and dirty review of our current supreme court justices allow them starting with Mr. chief Justice himself. John g Roberts junior. John g Roberts junior. John g Roberts junior nanna. Anna John g Roberts junior. This name is Mike. Sorry. Sorry. I had a stroke..

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"louist" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"louist" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"He knew of Robert and Kim enriched ad. And then Secondly, we were looking for a new way to get our message out for domestic growth that was a big opportunity for us. We wanted to strengthen our relationship with Facebook, and assisted Graham, and we just don't have the relationships that somebody like exact does. And lastly Zach helps us with the new. Louist, tools and newest technology that those platforms put out that. There's just no way for us to keep that talent and place and to keep up with it. So Zach fed all that all three of those criteria. So we're happy to have him on board and sex travels oil assisting all companies, which are two years old now. Or younger. Just take current. So welcome to the program. Thanks for having me guys super excited to be here. A little bit of background. I mean, how'd you get into this business? Yeah. So you know, I was actually born in South Korea than Dopp by my parents in Iowa, I grew up there. Pretty much quiet, boy was very shy had a speech impediment. Couldn't say the letter art until his in my twenty s and so school is really hard for me. It wasn't a fun time until I found dance. And so I'm Tony that because the the same guy that got me into dance also got me on Instagram. Are you are you like that guy who jumps around the states? What's his name Cy? Style. Hip hop. Capon pot. Yes. K pop is taking over the road. I was recently just in Mexico and Nicaragua and people just came up to me and started speaking in Korean, and I was like, whoa. Like, just it's worldwide movement. But that's how it all started. So you'll even on dancing with the stars. Yeah. So I know people on there, and then participants so you think you can dance and then after that just like my career started to take off, and I tied dance all over the road and teachings really my passion. And you unless why he got that's why I got so interested in Instagram because it became a way for people to promote their products and their services and to just get their story out there. And so now days I teach a lot of the the major brands and companies the world from Daniel Wellington to Ritz-Carlton to a lot of the top marketers in the world Facebook oldest grammar. Yeah. Yes. Instable guy like me. Instagram and Facebook. Well, yeah, that's a good question. So Facebook actually acquired Instagram I think this is like two thousand twelve or something for a long time ago. And now it's over a billion active users. There's over six hundred million people actually using Instagram's stories every single day. So if you've ever heard of Snapchat, pretty much Instagram made their own platform called stories, and is now taken over Snapchat in the world of only within the last couple of years. Yeah. Yeah. And the, you know, the biggest difference is just Instagram. So everybody is always consuming content. Everybody's always scrolling consuming stuff. So for Instagram people can just go to this platform and see people's personal experiences from pictures and videos that they post up so it's just a super easy way to consume their contest. So you go to companies and you work with them on how to best utilize insta-. Graham, and Facebook, and Snapchat and all these things to market and sell to their communities..

"louist" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"louist" Discussed on Marketing School

"Get ready for your daily dose of marketing strategies and tactics. From entrepreneurs with the guy and experience to help you find success in any marketing, capacity. You're listening to marketing school with your instructors, Neil, Patel, and Eric SU. Welcome to another episode of marketing school, I'm Eric SU and I'm Neil Patel. And today, we're gonna talk about the health developers. Drive more traffic than marketers Neil. What is the story behind us? Marketers are supposed to be better than developers. No. But if you look at a lot of the businesses out there like dropbox and Facebook didn't grow through pay ads. It just wasn't profitable for them. They couldn't make the numbers work. They grew by you leveraging developers with the end by PLO system. Dropbox had share this on Twitter to get more space type of low and in general, developers can drive so much more traffic because we talked about this in a few pass episodes called why copying your competition doesn't work anymore. And if you guys haven't listened to it, you should check it out. But what happens is the tactics? Everyone's using gets played out doesn't mean they don't work. It just means they don't work nearly as well as they used to the new. Louist tactic right now that people aren't leveraging. But does extremely well. And has one of the highest are wise is to create tools Eric has a to a call click flow. If he took that tooling gave it away for free to everyone. It's a pay tool to good paid tool. But if you gave it away for free, his traffic would go up would you agree with that? Agreed. I gave away Uber suggests free cured research tool for free it causes you just get more traffic. And when you look at how much you're paying to develop these tools the cost and how many visitors is driving. It tends to be cheaper cost proposition than SEO then content marketing than social media marketing or Google ads and the best part about it is whether there's updates and Google or not you can still keep getting traffic because who doesn't love free tools. That's why development drives more traffic than markers. Yeah. So there's something I mean, you know, what we've been talking about like building tools things like that. There's actually a phrase for this coined by that venture firm, open view ventures. It's called product led growth. And if you look at hub spot, for example, these charged with their CRM, right? And now it's like they've got a Freeman version of their CRM. They invested in some other tools what they now have their own shop tool as well. They started what the website greater and that got a ton of links rank for a ton of traffic keywords for that tool alone. And they just keep doing that over and over and over. So they've got something the are like a perfect example of who you look to of product growth third constantly building new the website, greater the website, greater. Leads from day one. And not only that they've become masters of how where they're trying to lock people out in order to you know, from important paying features. Right. So they're they're locking people out where they know they have an urge to use that specific feature and people get people to pay at that point. So works out really well for them, and they're publicly traded company like four or five billion dollars in general, get creative. Don't just rely on the normal, quote, unquote, marketing channels, you can use things like design development and other resources within your company to grow faster. For example. A lot of these old school back in the day. There were CSS galleries. One CSS was first coming out like CSS vault dot com and a lot of these sites, and you could just showcase your design and you'd get a ton of traffic. And I remember someone built this tool that allows you to your site to all the galleries and that tool blew up, and it wasn't the hard. So it just shows you. You can use development to get more traffic. You just have to be creative. Yeah. And the other thing the final thing I'll add for my side, if you actually go look at there's a website called profit. Well, and they do really good studies on on basically SAS right safra's service. And it's been showing that these product lead companies their cost of acquiring a customer is much cheaper. And so here's the thing when you when you think about costs regarding customer from paid advertising standpoint, those costs are gonna continue to go up over time. And what they've seen is that if you lead with the product, or if you leave something that's Freeman even your cost of according to customer is a lot cheaper. There's these really good studies and all these grass because you like to read graphs, they're all in there. So go to profit while dot com, and you're gonna find these studies in there. It's going to help you make the right decisions anything else. Neil. No. All right. So that is it for today. Help us get to one million downloads. And then we will do a live event in downtown, Los Angeles. What we need your help to do is rating reviewing subscribing this podcast on this one page markings. The I o slash Thatcher. Gonna find on the instructions there once you do that, look it's only gonna take a couple of seconds. We province it's really helpful to us. Then it will do that live event. Once we hit one million food just gonna be recording for diseases that can't make it you're going to get the hang out with Neil ni-, people have offered thousands to come to this event. But we're going to do it for free. So help us get there. And we will see you tomorrow. This session of marketing school has come to a close be sure to subscribe for more daily, marketing strategies and tactics to help you find the success you've always dreamed up and don't forget to rate and review. So we can continue to bring you the best daily content possible. We'll see you in class tomorrow right here on marketing school.

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"louist" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"louist" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"But they're going to need that consistently because otherwise teams can fall in or start baiting and beat into some of his bad habits, which you know, I feel like at as he can get better at some of that. But you know, his aggressive some of his overly aggressive drives in feeling really confident in his jump shot. You know, if you can get him away from from the from the good things in towards the bad things. He'll be a little bit worse. But he's. Still kicking a lot asked. Let's get to the magic three and six two and four in their last six games. They're negative nine point one net rating is twenty six in the NBA and really the defense has been the hugest problem. Twenty ninth ranked defense one three offensive rating. And there are I'm sorry incorrect twenty their twenty they're they're twenty-second in defense. This is the big problem here. Other projected for thirty one wins, which surprisingly high to me actually, a by five thirty eight John Isaac a right ankle sprain. That's a concerned. That's the one that he missed so much time with last year. But sounds like it's just a tweak. They did kill the Spurs. Actually the third year in a row that they've had like a resounding win over the Spurs. But you know, has translated it into a ton. And the big problem though, these guys just have no ability to score in the half court. And which isn't a surprise with, you know, their spacing be only. Okay. And just the total lack of creators that they have. Right. So Josh Robbins who I respect his connection with the team allot. He writes for the athletic and his Ben around the team for various outlets for a long time. Now, he wrote earlier today that the their biggest issue is facing. An I agree that that's a big part of abuse. Kind of throwing a lot on that. I believe that spacing is a part of it. But shot creation is a major problem as well. And you need both of those things. Their their symbiotic. But even if they had good shooters, but just had this point guard play. I don't think those guys would be getting open enough other than for whatever reason Terrence Ross, you is still don't understand. Why teams leave him up all the all the time? But when you look at the structure of their offense. There are a couple of things that are really concerned you may. So they're taking a lot of mid Rangers. They're not taking a lot of shots at the rim there, the I think the third louist rim attempt proportion in the league, which is really bad. There called Phil. They assume ever get fouled has built. Oh, they know they have this actually an amazing stat. So their lowest infre- rate and effective field goal percentage of the entirely they have been bought him five in free throw rate in four of the last five years, and they have been bought him ten in it every single year since Dwight Howard last one Orlando, which was twenty eleven twenty twelve. So this team has not gotten to the line for almost a decade. And that stuff, you know, it's really hard to deal with. But the part that is really bothering me when I was bringing into like why is their offense so bad? And I mean, there's the obvious answers. But then what I what I really started getting into the league's worst half court offense. So far. And that's you know, that's kind of understandable. You can you can do with that..

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"louist" Discussed on Desert Island Discs

Desert Island Discs

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"louist" Discussed on Desert Island Discs

"Part of the first section of Harold in Italy by bell. Ios, the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Colin Davis and the Viollis louist Nobuko Imai. Yes, she's a fit him lovely, go and off the soloist end call in Davies, associates me when they came to do my triple concerto, villain cello. She was chosen fearless and she's she's a great quality. You went to the Royal College of music. What we all subject. The first subject was known as was composition, Kenny. I had the luck to have very good teacher also learnt. Piano is a second subject under the idea that I might be able to do something. I was too lazy into them property sneak because competition took over. But the other was was sorta instinct that if I couldn't play the piano is Beethoven Mozart. All that period did. I would have like late appear is I'd have to learn to conduct properly. So I went to conducting sets at your professors in the conducting. 'cause Malcolm saw. And h in boat. How'd you remember them as much much younger men than we think of now solid ten years tonight. Also, I was twenty something he was just in thirties, built in middle thirties, I should think now built only conducted the the senior sort of orchestra, and therefore the the senior students who are learning conducting, they went to built the absolute juniors began with sergeant. He was a very clear man who thought we were pretty fair rubbish. And he said, none of us can be any good any house you could see and he then native central statement. He said, look, you're never gonna, conduct three, lock stress. You gotta learn how to conduct amateurs, and that means you have to be very good, very precise, have an absolutely clear beat and we will travel train you how to do that because that's all again to do. All right. Well, you got a very good training. When I did venture go with belt. Of course, something different because bolt built was a much grander fig if I may put it that way as far as conducting is concerned, and he'd been top Nikisch. And it was a very clear German account. He wanted to SCO understood. But what came out of it is what really mattered ebbs loot into Italy. You said, I wanted to hear the sounds of an orchestra, and I asked both quite before I was whether you would mind if I stood beside him every Friday, rehearsal, the senior orchestra to see what he what is going on. He was surprised just indeed and the end up to two years. He took me right inside rostrum San within for four years. I can never mystified. So I heard absolutely fabulous amount of music directly. Not as a conductor, though I watched and do it, but the composer where new graduated, you became a schoolmaster. Yes, I want to have some sort of money to live on after my father wouldn't give me any more. I was very lucky because someone is willing to small private school. We wanted to a French milestone. I could do that really very well, and they would let me do the minute amount of teaching gave me a middle day meal at cetera, and gave me a very small. All some night. Something like sixty pounds a year or something of this kind which you could really live. You try and I lived at the simplest level, absolutely. To keep time to compose your third record. Must be Monteverdi c. montvale did. I came to us all and we are now, you know, just up against the wall does not fun before because strain fig of Nadia Laurie from France. She made a set of seventy eights, which we absolutely famous. They had magical on them. Monteverdi medals and they were stronger new world. And I was at Molly college, which is a small tiny place, but we did quite interesting things and we played music in this ought to change us versions, but eventually relaunched out to bid and after the war good 'Sallies Alexander father, he realized somebody had shown him this extrordinary score of Monteverdi this booze which had been performed in Switzerland, but not not completed tool, and we decided to give its almost complete world performance with no money at all. I put some private money of fifty pounds or something. I didn't interest extrordinary world girl must have done something similar and then produced what was the most extraordinary occasion we did in central hall. Westminster, not the least bit. We're going to have it turned up a world beater. This lovely wonderful piece of music because it's such grandeur such from riot. An

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"louist" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"louist" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Louist monmouth university poll six in ten americans believe that unelected or appointed government officials have too much influence in determining federal policy twenty six percent say the right balance of power exists between elected and unelected officials while this view of the deep state looks to be growing more prevalent only thirteen percent of americans are very familiar with the term twenty four percent or somewhat familiar and sixty three percent said they are not familiar however when monmouth described the term as quote a group of unelected government and military officials who secretly manipulate or direct national policy nearly three and four american said they believed that the deep state exists one in five said it does not and i think the facebook story in cambridge analytics that were covering we'll be doing a lot more on that later but carolee this is this is real and this president may be onto something whether it's right or wrong this is i can't i don't think you can look at that any other way than that it's a direct result of what we've seen the president tried to do which is so doubt about people in the administration of broad f whether it's the fbi or in other agencies and we've seen since he came into office him do this every single day whether it's on twitter whether it's he says publicly whether it's you know from the white house podium in the way that press secretary defends him and clearly this is is having an impact and this is the battle that he has been fighting while his lawyers may wanna fight a different one and richard his sowing doubt in members of the fbi of cia or anybody else in power and perhaps even saying things that are true about them like they are democrats when in fact they are republicans this is the beginning of something potentially very dangerous for sure further weakens the prestige and standing of the united states we used to.

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"louist" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"louist" Discussed on The Takeaway

"A huge victory for mike mcgraw a huge victory for the team of course but but talk about how the city of lewis experienced that win in ah that day in november in two thousand fifteen at portland's fitzpatrick stadium they had to keep opening up new sections of bleachers there were forty five hundred soccer fans in those stands so you're looking beyond the parents of just two teams riot you're looking at the entire community being there and every one that you talk to was about we have to all be there this is a we moment and they were they were thereby the thousands they celebrated that game as a community they celebrated it for weeks afterwards as a community it was a coming together in a you issue a cautionary tale as well immigration assimilation culture is a little more complicated than uh than a good soccer season it is coming together isn't staying together and when you look at the two thousand sixteen election um andrew scoggins county went republican for the first time in a long time so these moments offer these snapshots but we need to keep building on them the book is one goal a coach a team in a game that brought together a divided town the story of soccer in lewis in maine amy bass is the author amy thanks so much thank you thanks to the portland press herald and wmtw tv for the audio the you heard from louist in 2015 championship victory amy bass his book one goal is out today have you ever experienced the unifying power of sports and left them clocked morial annoy nothing but chicago together more than when the cub won the world series after the 100yearplus drought people of all.

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"louist" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"louist" Discussed on The Takeaway

"What happens when a white working class city in may gets a culture shock and an influx of thousands of refugees from somalia well the answer is a lot of tension at times but the city of lewis in maine had one thing that could bind its people together once they were thrown to the same pot that was soccer any basque chronicles the story of the lewis in high school boy soccer team in her new book it's called one goal a coach a team and the game that brought together a divided town and she tells how that one coach use the game and his team to unite done loosen is a factory town it's filled with red brick factories built along canals that harnessed the power of the great falls of the under scoggins river and in its hay day it was one of the major retail centers of new england and walking through the streets now it's it's a much different place and then in two thousand in one amy louist and starts to change refugees from somalia begin settling their sort of the the opening chapters of your book who are these refugees wife they come you know it starts with just a handful of folks these are folks who lived four years pond years in kenya in in refugee camps they are relocated to the united states not to lewis indirectly to other places i'm this is what we call a secondary migration and they look for a place to build a community and lewis and has good schools pretty decent safety record and a lot of vacant apartments affordable vacant apartments so it starts with a handful and word of mouth spreads and a handful turns to hundreds and hundreds turned to thousands what was the debate like in the community of lewis in the people who were already there when refugees started to arrive the debate is has had an arab and a flow there have been hot contentious moments in which the town has had to do some reckoning on both sides with itself in a recent bbc documentary lewis do.

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"louist" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"louist" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"I guess kind of like that yeah but like about the gregg kenyon required a lot more effort to do it you had to really like go through if you're pacetin you had cut out stuff and do a real good job why people could just right bull crap on the internet it's it's true and in this instance it was an actual newspaper the arizona gazette and it published in actual a story that ran in the paper was it was published it was printed it was sent out to readers who was a series of stories in ask yes a marched wealth of nineteen '09 uh the arizona gazette reported that end explorer by the name of g e kinkaid please keep that in your mind because we'll get back to g they said that he was traveling alone along the colorado river and he discovered profound previously unknown architecture and artifacts inside a vast series of caverns within the grand canyon so it is in the early 1900s yeah nineteen own iso on like i mean indian native american artifacts were very much a known quantity right yet unknown like what are we talking about right he would the implication in the story is that they were clearly not from any known native american source interest yeah we're going to get into a lot of that stuff but the big question that i had immediately upon reading this is alright who is this mr king k is g kincaid fellow i'm glad you asked because we know very very little about other than that he came from louist in idaho ends according to the arizona is that he worked as a scout for the smithsonian four over.

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"louist" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"louist" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"You know they were down big at west virginia rally backs will give them credit for that but like they were down big at west virginia uh they struggle we kansas state at home they struggle with iowa state at home they won by four t see you and i guess we should point out a couple of roster developments on that happened over the weekend jalen ord like since last time we spoke jaylen fisher output a season at tissue that's a killer at st louist i mean he was so good for them he was so good for them this season secondstraight season he's going to have to in the season in street clothes so that's a significant big 12 development and then billy pressed is going to bothia do dude i saw that was that did not paying my radar at all uh up and up and vt and so yeah they basically just got tired of waiting though that's what this comes down to we do not have a ruling the family just didn't want to hit him to sit around and continually weight on eligibility a i'll just say with that as backdrop they i find it unlikely that there was an optimistic and positive outcome coming for preston anytime soon they were probably told are given the strong oppression hey you know we don't know when this is going to be cleared up we don't know if you're gonna have any sort of eligibility and they just they bounced that's that's the impression i get perhaps more informational come out that will refute that but what is your take on it yeah well i mean the the mothers quotes were along the lines of we it they wouldn't give us answers and we didn't seem close to run.

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"louist" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

The Basketball Friends

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"louist" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

"Hey miala eggs is that when they the eighteenth wind i want j to put the audio clip outsiders stay gold in a pony boy jon stewart put johnny gray member it's great to lay here's the cavs cavs upcoming schedule big lost four out of last 5 keep in mind so the doors open for lebron james that turnaround his narrative because they're not playing very well right now they got isaiah thomas coming back tonight daimler coming back from his hamstring injury tonight at home then they go at lost an at orlando at minnesota at toronto and indiana then golden state orlando thunder spurs adding mm mm it's pretty tough free to isis bob attack accurate against boston though let's get you couldn't i mean i i understand is probably gonna be very emotional form so i'm wondering why don't they hold them out for portland tonight and then planned tomorrow against boston i guess you say you get too high for that game yeah he's a said he'd be a mud louist elijah you want is like keep him at bay the out on by the kept up my favorite streak in the nba the braun has lost seven straight games in utah and by seven years it's in the last seven years he hasn't won in utah for you we've had this on yet again shot by gordon hayward beat him like we've had a lot of different weird things and for whatever reason heat of the cavs like the does the pick and roll with with you d with the u d brick at the buzzer is that here.

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"louist" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"louist" Discussed on NPR News Now

"That you know may not just maim people people want more affordable coverage not less more than seventy thousand people in mean would gain coverage but the issue faces renewed opposition by governor lu page who refuses to implement expansion until it's fully funded by the legislature for npr news i'm patty white in louist in maine the trump administration is following through on its pledge to make it tougher to go to cuba and to do business there the us has issuing new regulations to make sure americans are not doing anything that benefits cuba's military and peers michelle kelemen has details american businesses and travellers will now have to be more careful in their dealings in cuba the state department has published a list of cuban companies and hotels that it says are tied to the military and intelligence services and therefore off limits to americans travellers will have to go through organizations that are approved by the us government to promote peopletopeople ties one such group cuba educational travel causes this a cold war policy that is out of touch but adds there are still many ways for americans to visit cuba now that there are commercial flights cruise ships marianne hotels an airbnb and officials say if you are already booked on a trip you can go ahead michelle kelemen npr news the state department the dow is up twelve points this is npr knees me and maher is warning the united nations security council it's criticism of myanmar's military could hurt talks with bangladesh on repatriating were hang up.

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