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AP News Spins General Mark Milley's Wrongdoing in Exclusive Interview

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 1 d ago

AP News Spins General Mark Milley's Wrongdoing in Exclusive Interview

"The Democrats are going to run interference. They're going to gavel down Republicans. They're going to talk about Trump Trump Trump Trump and they're not going to talk about This coup attempt at all. We even have people. Who get leaks familiar or his staff. They call them reporters. Contributors whomever they are. They've been very, very Passive in their criticism of what is an outrageous act, if true. If true. And General Milley has said that hey, look, what I did is Perfectly fine. What's the problem here, so he's learned a lot? From Obama and Biden and Pelosi. His friends. So The Associated Press actually interviewed. Emily calls the China were perfectly with the scope of my job. And he said Athens, Greece for some reason. So this is the associated depressed, ready? The top U. S military officer said Friday that calls he made to his Chinese counterpart in the final storming once a president Trump's presidency. You see how the AP just can't report a story? Were quote perfectly within the duties and responsibilities unquote of his job. We're going to look at that in a minute. Maly said such calls are routine. And we're done to reassure both allies and adversaries in this case in order to ensure strategic stability. Strategic stability. For what? Really Why did we need strategic stability? I think it's best that I reserve my comments on the record until I do that. In front of the lawmakers who have the lawful responsibility to oversee the military, Mili said. I'll go into any level detailed. Congress wants to go into a couple of weeks. Well, he's a tough guy, isn't he? He's a very stupid guy to be in a position he's

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"maly" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Of the best out there in the business especially when it comes to specifically facebook ads but but i i tend to think of you as my my brain on a stick you've got this big giant skull with big giant brain in it and there's a lot of a lot of smart shit that comes out of it so yeah of course thanks for changing. My life has been a rate that's off. This is great well. Let's let's do that for some more folks. That's the plan this. It's awesome guys. I hope you enjoy this interview with kurt. If you need to share this with your team or anybody else who needs help when it comes to traffic please show this episode. I would also ask that you go to itunes and leave us a five star review that really helps out a lot when it comes to getting the show more exposure and once again if you are interested in that mastermind. You'd be a good fit for what you need. Politicians who shoo me an email mike mypillow dot com. Let me know and <hes> i'm interested to see how many folks would like to participate in that and <hes> and we'll go sir. Thanks so much. We'll see breath so this thing when you buy your phone two way. Oh oh i get paranoid. Sometimes it used to be ah you're seeing out saying doggie. Try this this day aw mm-hmm <music> perfect uh.

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"maly" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Self Made Man

"There's all all these different buttons to push. I'm only gonna show abc news. Feed solely on instagram. We're gonna force facebook to do certain things well. We have a dedicated facebook rep that the reason we were chosen is not because of how much money that we spend but what happens is because of how much that we ended up tested very specific when we're testing very specific banks. I know our facebook rep assets that okay at of all of the industries that you're in we want you your team and all of you so lean into facebook's automation more we want you to worry less about the buttons and the fifty different types of creatives red green yellow blue. We want you to focus more on your creatives. Create your longer story in your videos. Now facebook has something called the power of five in the breakdown effect and i'll go through this very quickly. You see some of the stuff in my personal profile. Tell you about in a minute but the power of five basically says this the power five facebook says okay facebook's going to help you with something called the wreck matching the help to make sure if if the person's on their cell phone or email that you're targeting the same person's direct matching great. We're gonna make retargeting people at the right time the right place the next thing is is facebook says okay. We want you to target all placements placements. Let facebook figure out if it's better to run the ad on tuesday in the news feed of facebook paypal based local actually figure out wins wins the best time to show mike an ad of this specific content on this specific platform being audience network whatever so again he's an automatic automatic placements. We're not forcing anything because facebook. Is there watching this facebook scan again. Target the right person at the right time on the right now next thing facebook says make campaigns more simple that means facebook doesn't want you to play with all these different options and targeting facebook. Has something called campaign budge adopt that basically says you're gonna set a budget at the top of the campaign. You're gonna turn on automatic. Placements facebook show the ad everywhere you can hit one more more button called dynamic ads which makes all these different dynamic ads for you.

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"maly" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Down. It's easier to follow with people and you can't say the wrong thing to the right person so it actually it makes a lot more fun and profitable yet and the other big secret to this to success these days is is to follow up and pursue the people who have made it the furthest down your funnel but not purchased so let's just say that they've made it all the way to the checkout page and then they abandon the cart and they didn't purchase that's going to be like ninety five percent of your best traffic right and so you immediately want to retarget those people you know that they've senior checkout page so you've got a custom audience and facebook set up for that and you're going to create a video right in ad that says hey i. I noticed you were about to purchase x._y._z. But you didn't follow through. Do you have any questions and then maybe you can send them. Through a messenger bot we know series right there that might answer their objections actions or you can just do it on the video that in the past that's usually been because someone has a question around this being relevant for their country because they live outside the united states. It's or whatever it may be right but the point is that you can follow up with them directly via an ad instead of an email and address those objections and then ask again yeah absolutely so let me give you a perfect example and if you'll mile recommend a book it's kind of like my primer that keep on the left hand side of my desk when i'm writing this so so when i look at i call this bottom of funnel that means they've consumed my content. They have clicked on a specific offer so she'll say they're clicking on a land. They're clicking on a landing page to op or landing paged by but they didn't buy okay so we know that they're interested in this offer because they clicked on it right. I'm not testing this mid funnel. I know that they're interested so now that they're interested information nations shy follow up with well a couple years ago a good friend of mine's wife shana ended up taking a bunch of blog articles. The justin brooks may you guys know him. He's a great traffic traffic person and put in a bunch of these different targeting when he calls retargeting recipes. That's the books name one of my strategies for retargeting recipes in there and when this retargeting recipes that justin so great great on a chance to pick up on amazon or whatever is the retargeting recipes book want somebody hits that page. Justin really goes through the different ways of okay so like mike for you. What are the different testimonials that we can get to play as it relates to the offer as soon as someone clicks on the stage that they don't buy so now instead of seeing are going to see some of our content but now they're gonna see lots of different people talking positively about this offer so like for mike. Mike has a testimonial page so as soon as people hit the offer to buy lie and they don't buy. I wanna make sure that they're seeing testimonial page. I wanna make sure that they're seeing other like a video ads that are just direct testimonials. I also want to show people people images of testimonials or images of faces in the testimonials and the ad. I want to be able to tell long-form stories one of the things that i got from from you that i learned from you is when someone hits on the page i re target them with a video cassette expectations and what i've always learned from you and said i got two petitions is okay okay when you're ready to. There's a couple of questions which are the frequent these frequent objections. I answer a couple of objections right in the form of questions and then i say when you're ready to get started. Here's what's going to happen. You're gonna go to our secure a page the page gonna look like this and we make a video that walks people through exactly what they're going to see next their membership area where the credit card all of that so now instead of just landing on the sales page and saying hey..

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"maly" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Getting the sail becomes right and let's just say on average someone needs to spend an hour with you to feel comfortable enough to buy your product or service and typically in the past we would go for that hour of consumption all up front in the former video a sales video or a webinar right but if they've consumed an hour of that content they feel comfortable enough to you know pull out wallet okay. I'm gonna make a purchase now. Well now. We're just dividing up that process instead of one long video webinars dividing it into ten to twenty micro videos right so if we are dividing it into ten ten videos six minutes apiece somebody watches all of those they're still getting that our of consumption and rapport building an out again we can put an offer in front of them and even though it's spin little micro doses of content over thirty days instead of one hour and one afternoon it takes so it takes longer but it's more effective because they've had time time to distill like this. <hes> expands the selling process but it also gives you more more time and attention in front of these people it might not be the right time for them to buy today but <unk> guess what fourteen days from now fifteen days from now consuming more value and content from you. It's gonna get easier and easier to make that sale which is going to drive down your cost to acquire a customer so so we're just expanding and lengthening the sales process with micro content instead of just going for the big baseball over the head type deal right up front yet. What essentially what happens is that a lot of people. Just have to keep in mind is a lot of people are trained on facebook ads on terminology that it's actually related to email so a lot of people like i gotta get lots of clicks in the click through rate. You know people have to click through my add more people that click on my ad the better it is. That's actually the way that we look at email. People confuse infused the terminology facebook big nelson's rating steady studying basically found out this people do not have to click on the ad to recall your brand. They don't have to click on your ad random awareness. They don't even have to click on your ad for purchase consideration only when they're ready to actually buy so. It's a perfect example. As this as i have a webinar that i explained kind of process on well i can either get ten dollar leads but my goal mike just like you said is to get people to watch.

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"maly" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Changing the colors of the ad in the newspaper news abor not really providing any content when people do that like most advertisers. They're gonna trim ninety percent of the fat so that means all these different variations. They've protested ninety percent of it doesn't work so they've tested all these different ways that didn't work and they start re targeting their audience. Which is we're going to test just all these different ways. I don't know if they're the right audience now just to be really direct people in the situation. It's kinda like a pig that rolls around in its own filth you. You don't know if your ads are not working or you're targeting because you're re targeting ninety percent of the ads that you cut does that make sense conceptually little a little bit like it's just what ends up happening so many people in direct response will say hey by shiny stuff here five or six different variations of the ads but that's not really how people by just by taking a look the very first time clicking on it by some people do so. We want to take a look at mike varela very much like what we've done with your account. Is we want to take a look. At how can we build a relationship ship like is a natural human would and let facebook control all of this technology now. This is one of the big changes in facebook where facebook wants us to lead into into more automation. I'll get to that in just a couple of moments. We lean into facebook's automation. What we end up doing like we've done for my is we can actually actually end up showing videos to people that are three or four minutes long. Were someone will watch an entire video for two to three cents so we wanna be able to you do like a digital newspaper when you open up the let's just say the u._s._a. Today there are lots of different sections of a lot of people are doing today what we've done. We've we've been doing for the last four years. We've not had an ad account shut down in the last three and a half years. Is we start leading with people with content so for example. If you're going to find mike the very first appearance of mike sad we're not testing twelve different variations of the ad we're running <unk> specific video to start rebuilding report with people and people will watch that three minute video four two cents instead of worrying about getting a bunch of clicks because the colors building relationships dive into this a little bit more than just kinda. Wanna make sure they're not losing anybody so you're going. You're at the top. We'll call this the top of the funnel. It's all about engagement content consumption and really establishing a relationship by delivering value before you get into any new like called action of any kind absolutely so you what you guys are gonna see more coming. The in the months ahead is i'm going to start recording training videos now that my health is is back to a point where i can do that. That's just pure content. All i wanna do is put out an amazing amount of value. It might be a five ten fifteen minute long video. I'm going to post those on youtube going to be posting them on facebook and encourage gonna take videos top of the funnel. Get them <unk> out there the the widest broadest part of the people that were targeting and just get them oriented to who is this mike dillard guy. Get him to watch a video like oh. That guy's pretty pretty smart. He knows what he's doing. I like mike and he's not asking me for money right now. This is this is good right. We want to take a look at. I have a fun saying that i have is. I like to save my up. Agenda is strong now not to get into politics but there was a president elected because he was running very strong propaganda in the exact same fashion the fashion that i'm talking about here so for example with the presidential election. They're not buying something tomorrow or the same. Day may be giving a donation so how'd you give people to give donations literally trump day. He was elected started running ads on facebook for his reelection..

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Season 2 Trailer

The Secret History of the Future

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Season 2 Trailer

"We live in a time, when billionaires are launching their own space program moss, as outdone computer might decide, if you get hired or fired the primary designers of these algorithms, the Maly white men, and you could soon be eating burgers, grown in a Petri dish. It makes me feel really strange. It would all seem unbelievable. If it wasn't all true. So how do you make sense at all? Well, what if the best way to look forward is to look back? From slate. I'm Seth Stevenson. And from the economist, I'm Tom standard, and we're back with the second season of our podcast that looks to the past for lessons about what's coming next. It's cold, the secret history of the future. In season two we're digging even deeper to find unexpected. And eliminating stories of bygone technologies Hunan to find out why the history of fingerprinting provides a warning about DNA. Profiling is complex science. We try to simplify it for juries, but it is complex. Why bicycles were the dating apps? Eighteen nineties change things to know. There are so many more people waiting there on the dating up in your phone. I think it does certainly does how Victorian polar explorers can offer advice to astronauts heading to MAs. Some of the crew members were in charge of taking care of the dogs, others the carpentry on the sled. What the history of the humble potato teach us about the future of food in verse. No difference in beating penta or eating cow meat, what the world's oldest computer program from eight hundred and forty-three can tell us about algorithm bias today. This is probably the first ever bun. In all of computer science, we're bringing you more curious tales from history for centuries. Italian said, never written tomatoes, and somebody at Columbia decided, let's see if we can record music as crazy as it sounds today. That was a big gamble more amazing discoveries from the present day. Well aspects of our lives do we not realise control by algorithm. At this point, I'd be less wrong by saying, older than it would be by saying, I'm more predictions about the future of technology. We lived as if we were astronauts exploring the surface of Mars million details and a lot to learn along the way the secret history of the future season two is coming soon. Listen to season one and subscribe to the secret history of the future on apple podcasts, or wherever you listen.

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"maly" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"And I would basically give the Gulf clubs out and the balls and work on the Tiki hut where they would do little cocktails and beers. Oh, that's nice as you pop Brown, but many Gulf though, I mean, isn't it for kids many go? Yeah. But the parents want to get pissed. Yes. I would say I would provide that service with cocktails while their kids playing mini golf. They're getting pissed. I mean, it's a good idea. It's going to go there. Well, there's a new one in Birmingham coud get Oko for and you can just take bears around with your luck. It's encouraged shit. I that's the new thing. But that was back in the day when it's working the mini adventurer mini golf Star City. And yes. It was perfectly fine mental job. I enjoyed it. I quite like little ahead. It did that. And I worked in a theater watching a couple of theaters selling ice creams, and writes, the bar electoral those jobs in the mini golf the manager. There was a little bit nervous about for some reason about terrorism. And thought that the might be a terrorist attack. So we had to do occasional sort of. What you call it drills. Thank you, so much always darkness, and we had to do trails, and you know, Maly say in any of these assumptions in the theater if there's a fire. I'm sure it's same in the square theatre rather than say over the radio. There's a fire on fucking stage away, you say Mr Sanz is on stage or something of that ilk. But the people he worked in mini golf didn't really understand metaphors assemblies. And so we have to say, Mr. bomb. He's on hold number full. So we had a few drills where we had to do the then the people in mini golf in Birmingham. So know. Yeah. Fills you get that. And you go and check number four. And then you go fell Salaam. And then that was it is weird that with that Mr Sanz because so that'd be nine note from the theater, and but it's kind of you hear it in other places. Oh shit. There's a fine because. I wonder whether they've changed it now. Whether that's but I think it's the bump, Mr. huge fire. No one would suspect that now they would. Midst Richard herring. Wow. Is on stage. Yeah. Fire tonight that I would clear that would that would clear the theater. The..

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"maly" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"maly" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"It easy and save at their hormone. Maly symbol their their ER PR positive her two new negative breast cancers. Both women present as stage t two n one right? So they've got whatever five centimeter tumor, if that's still a t to I don't even remember, and they've got, you know, two lymph nodes or one lymph node they both have a reception ten years later, one of them is still disease free. The other one has died from brain metastasis, which were presumably seated before the primary tumor was respected ten years earlier. It's not a sloppy surgery where they didn't get part of the cancer. What I'm hearing you say is. Yeah. One of them could undergo metastasis while the other one did not even though their primary tumors looked very similar is that. Yeah. Correct. I think that's that's correct. And and what we find now with a number of papers is the needle biopsies that you are used to diagnose the tumors can create a wounded even more aggressive wounded situation in the micro environment. Of the tumor leading to the phenomena of of inflammatory uncle taxes, which facilitates the fusion and in other words, by looking at the tumor with a needle biopsy that make the diagnosis you put that patient potentially at risk for causing a metastatic lesion, and then when you look at the profile, you say, well, this doesn't look too bad. No, not not here. But wait, let's say we do that we're going to immediately respect that tumor anyway. So how is that? How quickly is this process take place because the wound is between the outside world and the tumor not between the tumor and the inside world necessarily, especially if that tumor is going to come out, you know, within a few weeks, right? Yeah. We know from a number of studies that needle biopsies can facilitate in some patients, the invasion of cells into the local and spread. All right. We know this. This has been reported in the literature for breast for calling for liver for brain the very act of stabbing. This growth came. But. Yeah, no. I think what's the sells out in think what's known is that you can see tumors along the tract where you do that. Yes. That I understand. But maybe I misunderstood you're saying that a woman who has a needle biopsy of her breasts who then goes on to get a lumpectomy has that increased her risk of brain metastasis, while wouldn't be brain retest ases right away. It would have to that brain metastases secondary metastatic behavior had has taken awhile. It's not just the brain. How does the needle biopsy increase the risk of that the needle biopsy creates a more inflamed condition? That's why call inflammatory taxes. And this was one of the reasons why they get rid of the more selection procedure because this is what was happening. So these women were dying from metastatic cancer from more solution. It's kind of a machine that used to be made by Johnson and Johnson for uterine moving uterine polyps. Will you take an polyp and you grinding up and creating inflammatory on catalysis. Now that might have been one pop out of a thousand that was that would have this, right? But that's very different from the I'm asking very specific question. Because here's my fear. What I don't want. Anybody listening to this? Who's got a breast lesion who thinks now they can't have it biopsy. I'm still I think that's a very different case than the example. The evidence is clear in some cases, not all cases, not everybody who goes under needle biopsy is going to have metastatic cancer limit. That's not the question..

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"maly" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"maly" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"I enjoy can't ride caring and guest really movies giving that perspective. The blackout tests board move review is the bomb. Thank you. Thank you, y'all. Come through it somebody out on put five on it. Now, y'all extra special y'all got an extra pew y'all said, no somebody. I don't put ten on it. You know, so five enough, you know, air Bob was I will get you ten if I could can so put teeing on it. All right. Let's get into the comments on the website. We have a quite a few. So we had a feedback episode car. Everybody's cousins. Now, he didn't get any comments on that feedback episode. But we had a poll, and we got comments on the pole the poll was do you eat at your office potluck? Yes. No. Or I don't work in an office. Six teams do not work in office. So that is leaves. Yes. Or no can do you? Eat office potluck have. And when I do I'm I'm kind of old black lady. I look for stuff that is prepackaged. I look for stuff that has like a like a digital price tag on the Willett like shit been scanned. And I know Maly the black people food is cooked and some people I don't eat. I don't eat shit. Never never never thirty eight percent. Yes. They do. Eat a divers pilot and forty six percent do not. I know the last one eighty eight I was like, I'm good. I was in the forty six percent. I really didn't like I was probably looks like probably skip the last six or seven years of them when I was working sometimes I'll I'll donate and won't even go and just go out to lunch with you. Because I'm like they like, I'm like, yeah. I got plans. That's what I used to do. I gave it to him. 'cause I people people are petty. So I feel like if you don't. And you don't give them good. But some people feel like everybody got to be apart. So you don't wanna hear people griping? So here's my five on it. I'm gonna go do whatever I got to be there. The worst is when you do donate. And then they bring.

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"maly" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

"Why did you refuse just I just wanted that it didn't feel natural for me? And I know a lot of people don't even have that choice thick they have to go back to it. Yeah. So I felt like I had such luxury entame being able to have year when we soon, and then after the owes doesn't we give it let somebody I don't know take him. I just couldn't father it. Yeah. And cokes and kooks cokes and cokes and then a finally gave in but everything overnight for longer than one lake. Longer than NATO six from lake mom, I have this thing communal next week, and he'd have to Nate's. She's always there to be better. Oh, his parents come down. They're very good about scuba gear. Do you cook? What what's your dish? If people if we have been around for dinner, Sunday, roast what mate what me would you be? Would it be chickens some tape? Okay. So I prefer the gravy from beef me smoke flavored taffy bullet. I like the meat of chicken. Okay. Did you do beef gravy with chicken? I do do you. She's clearly I mean anomaly unshaken and do you do your shoes? Not very good advice ones. Main mom does them fresh. No judgment takes full minutes easier. And I don't know Maly 'cause I'm cooking to meets. Normally, I don't have the Owen silly. Me. Yes. Because we wanna make the gravy from the stock of the beef. Wow. You. I am. I am not a foodie, I'm a feed other. I love that. I love like dune it for and watching people leave. So big thing. Stephanie ninety two. So they like what like fat? So I would have normally chicken broccoli carrots, roost potatoes. How'd you do your them and gazelle tell me do them in goose fucked a right now aunt Percy? No. So boil them for eight minutes, ten minutes, shake them in the. Yeah. Sa- get fluffy to get fluffy. And then put them in the hall, and then I actually put Nigel Lawson says he put semolina on them to get Chris appearance or we can put plain flour. And then never done that bit more. Honestly. Yeah. The bomb of got down to a tape. Condiments which you have like crumby away current source prime listing condiments when I was growing up. We used to have meant source always on the table. But Cindy, Tana even if it was even wasn't land. I mean, I understand that Mincy is not meant jelly missiles. I see I like jelly men's lake the source, but I think just 'cause auto group he m. Yeah. So would you mama Kirk? She cooks she cooks a lot of food. Yeah. Lake. She still feed in the five thousand would say when I was little, and what's your favorite thing that she could leave Stu it is delicious in the lake whom Louis and if woman, and she which he still thinks she's Kucan for like five seven people, you know, she cooked big dinner. And that's just made me brother. So what do you do to freeze? It gets waste almost ashamed. It was very too. Yeah. Now, we do know. He's little absolutely loves it. And she gives them. I don't know. God knows what I'm not there. She she tiny light ear. She's four foot eleven. I hope that she's I mean, you know, she she was she's young. She's very young look, she's young spirited. I think that keeps you young. How old was she? She was seventeen when she saw having children. You wanna four five where did you come in the five poll the angel number? We sleep is that the number here parody spiritually. That's is. It does that still maybe you could be within the middle child syndrome. No middle child syndrome that someone gets year..

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"maly" Discussed on Final Games

Final Games

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Final Games

"I mean, I've watched them on. I liked them the progress. I'm not sure. So about some of the new ones, but. So I'm not mega into the universe by mega into the games, two games. The been good, a good all except one. I once bought the Phantom Menace video game without reading review, and I regret. That does sound like you really took a. Bit of a risk? Yeah. One license tile is well, not like one of the spin offs. That's nice because he had this game. I think stars is that one of those nice comforting nerd things that everyone sort of has any fondness off in some way, shape or form. So you know, you can brought it up on your island, wash yourself with the the style was this that the stars music and that kind of thing, and then just blast away some rebel scum. Yeah, basically an s. why it's on that is gonna be good, fun. Will you can take it with you? And I think I think it's about time we get ready to send you on your way. Jake. Go ahead. I'm sold looking forward to actually. Now we talked about these games. You're gonna have to collect them all together and actually play them in like a nice little Lauda, take like a summer break in pretender on deserted island. Yeah, that's behind the curtain. You're re for for all of us that we all really sending you to wonderful tropical island somewhere in the black flag universe. That's deserted. I don't know. Maybe we'll send you on a nice, big galleon. That would that would be fitting with this alongside these games. But before you go, Jake, we have to ask you the last question on games, which is we always talk about games on final games. Of course, it's in the title, but one of the important ways we experienced games is via the way we play them, whether it's a console or PC or hand held or something like that. Unfortunately, though, it sounds like you're quite a man of the PC upbringing and having grown up with PC's. But unfortunately for this question, you cannot choose the PC because the PC can ever pretty much every console I've made. So the question is, if you could take one console with you bearing in mind the back catalogue in the controller and the the, the operating system and everything associated with back console, take one call. So with what would you take piss for? Definitely. Especially the internet because it's got Netflix on it. That's true. No one is ever thought of that. Why is no one ever thought that is the most of any YouTube as well? And I'm prime or whatever you know is BBC. I player, you know, if I'm allowed to you watch that on the internet 'cause account send messages to an on this wealth of stuff like goes, right. You know, that would be pick and appears for is very slick interface for sort of watching all that stuff. We that we use that as our media sentinel, which I know is experts wanted everybody to do. We. We do it with Pierce bowl and XBox. Yeah. And of course, he's all these cool games on the possibility of VR headset. I'm in a big fan of retro consoles too. I just think that outta Maly as things I, I play retro games sometimes for fun and nostalgia, but I'm gonna put more hours into into modern games on a modern system. No is ever thought of that before you, I guess to everything outside the box with that. And that is an icon deny that I'm gonna have to allow that because that is incredibly small. You all done Jake. So you can take that with you alongside the eight games that you take with you. The wonderful games like shadow hand, UFO, own battlefield, one Minecraft sky record as a and of course the final game tie fighter. But before you go, Jake, thank you so much coming on the show day. It's been an absolute pleasure to talk to you today. Thank you so much, and please tell the wonderful listeners who've listened this long where they can find you on the internet. And if there's any games or stuff, they should be checking out of yours. Please go ahead and tell them..

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"maly" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Eating For Free

"However, if this is just somebody trying to get attention or God forbid, it's real than like take it with levity real, which sense it will. I just sense that this story is about to go somewhere that we don't want it to go. Why would you ever significant or. You're watching her on video seen on video just a moment where I think I don't wanna say mental illnesses involved because I do not want to stigmatize mental illness, but there are experiences people have that force them to be out of control of their own body and non Maly cognitively aware. So I don't say that's happening, but letting if in case it is happening, I just want us to be like I dunno on the radar for them. Yeah, I feel bad for laughing. We'll because I've, no, no, no, no. Because nothing has happened. We don't. We don't know anything about this girl, but just following her cat died and you blame which craft on beyond say, and it's just you get psychics involved, but there's a way she video. It's like and more bipolar activities started happening. I was getting abuse. It was so manic and gnarly that I ended up calling to side two. I got birth, the birth psyche and I didn't wanna believe it like hall. Later and they were like the cat has a spell on it, and I what this person is person, you know that he discovered this time like yes, with the spell on cat and unique rid of it like right away. She's like, she has to believe she's like acting really radically and like you would really think this is someone who's been horribly tormented by the way she talked about it and, and so anyways, like I just wanted to say that because I feel like often these stories happen where it's like this person's acting kooky someone like serious mental issues anyways. So she said that beyond say, has also been, this is why I wanted to preface this manipulating her sexually saying that the singer is using witchcraft to jump into other bodies to both be intimate with her and watch her be intimate with her partners. So she's saying that is really strange. No, I know that's what I'm saying a lot. She basically saying that Beyonce as using which craft to lake both possess people because well as like be aware of what other people are doing and watch them have sex with her and also possess people to have sex with her that she has said that beyond say's team has been paying people off and using dark magic to like make other people fire her, like, pay them die Meyer the dirt. I can see his just power like just Bauer in the music industry, but I don't know any other. Yeah, but like that's it actual things before I was like, oh God. Here we go. And I was like, oh, I think something way, worse happening. I mean, you don't wanna be right because again, I don't want to ever stigmatize anything, especially as someone ended lawless. Imagine than like, what is the reason for someone to like be experiencing these things closely with her team like this is like, what's that. Anyways, if I said anything bad about mental illness or like if I spoke out of turn and you know, better way of talking about this, please hit us out because as someone with it and someone who's like fought for it and whatnot, I try and speak very like, I don't know plainly, but with levity and with respect for everyone's experiences, but won't. Yeah, it is really easy in the news and just pop culture industry to kind of just take these things as crazy stories when you realize having always darker. I mean, that's like half his talk about Dr Landers he's the same celebrities experience like drug overdoses or also the people who are visible experienced these things. It's hard to talk about them and still respectful because you just are not really aware and know intimately what's going on. So anyways, I wanna say that, but there's another thing that is exciting. I guess scammer scammer news loves cameras. Yes. So ding, ding, scammer news time. I love it because that's like always my favorite segment. Wince cameras get docs too because it's just the best. So there was a pretend billionaire throwing insane parties for celebs and then vanished completely thin air..

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"maly" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Oh boy again i just must reiterate lega surgeon general's warning we are all slap happy at this point we are like war buddies who came out of it in our laughing remember out show i mean that's really we're we're not do not take this laughter is that you will enjoy anything in this film we're kissed traumatize i was reading about some kind of new therapy for post traumatic stress this em dr therapy that you give post traumatic stress i think i need it yeah i couldn't hurt it's i movement desensitization reprocessing i need a way of reprocess this don't watch this movie i'm serious the red arrow is not this banned this movies toxic rather go to cheer noble watch this again seriously don't do it don't do you know what you want to break up with somebody say we're going to watch this movie it'll take your of itself is that really is really is have you decided on a date night to show me this movie fuck you i'm gone says an awful lot about you say i love this movie don't you were done i can't respect you in the morning all right well justin stewart by thank you for holding my hand through this experience good news is it's over for now i'm not even kidding i know where maly when i buy a movie for the show and then i am done i throw it up on our ebay store there will be a youtube video of me burning room and sitra party you have to do what they do in the movie to sprinkle gasoline on it just toss the rest of the camera over your shoulder without a care before a match direction yeah to go back to the store where i bought it the whole play he didn't even by two they didn't have it they knew better the flea scrub for pests that movie the directive video movie that you can't find you know what best buy bloomberg release this witch and running the fucking store what do that kind of curse king.

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"maly" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"The orlando magic are looking to acquire assets by moving veterans were willing to take on twenty nineteen twenty salary for premium we are also looking to acquire signing or trading for a point guard good enough to allow us to evaluate or young guys but not so good to necessarily sabotage things spending a house works out we're also looking to retain aaron gordon at the best price that we can and we have we can use the full tax tax payer maly assuming aaron gordon comes back we'd have about sixteen million in space believes the miami heat are in the tax tyler johnson salary jumping up this year in extension for josh richardson nonetheless we're going to guarantee rodney mcgruder and would probably pretty much sitting sitting pat at this point the san antonio spurs are about six million under the cat but we're going to operate as over the cap team to preserve the mid level exception and we want to reward players loyal to us which is why resigning tony parker and making sure he ends his career in san antonio is our number one priority i assume you're also interested in making sure that it leonard ends his career in san antonio and goes to another team is under he's under contract with us twenty parkers of free and we're not we're not worried about why the minnesota timberwolves are about nine million under the tax not counting pneumonia deletes we're looking to stay under the tax bill the best team possible within those constraints whether that's using the mid level resigning deletes however works the new york dixit one of the few teams in the league comfortably between the salary cap we have no cap space but between that and the tax lines we'll be easier on taxpayer m l e and trying to resign a couple of free.

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"maly" Discussed on Podcasts

Podcasts

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Podcasts

"For eighteen hours and if they haven't bled in eighteen hours and they're very unlikely to believe and that was incredibly powerful for us to limit the amount of time there in the hospital further supported that by showing the patients who are transfused and the patients who were failed failed non operative management all failed early in that further supported the fact that if he hadn't feel that eighteen hours you're probably not gonna fail when it comes to daytoday variability and checking adequate or in some cases our to our very ability if we're checking them every six hours do you have a criteria threshold inadequate hemoglobin point that indicates lab variability versus actual continued leading we check shirl hemoglobin so long that we saw hemoglobins go down in patients who are not leading and reality they go down for a variety of reasons lab air being drawn incorrectly they're gone upstream from from an iv of it goes down if they would we delude him out too much fluid that go down i'm older maly better criteria for whether or not a patient is bleeding his non serial hemoglobins it's physical examination and vital signs and so if your patients heart rate is continue to go up you have a problem if your patients issuing clinical signs of poor capital refill or pallor or cold extremities those are the signs that let you know the patients bleeding and there's good evidence to suggest that your lives are not necessary that you don't need to follow us your agent age on a stable patient that you should follow him nation and the final signs and the that will did if i every patient who will be transfusion in every patient who is failing on operative management very good and i think that underscores the importance of cereal examination by primary examiner as opposed to the the ship mentality of different resident every day i agree with you although i don't think we'll ever get back to the work hours that you and i had in training but you're absolutely right more importantly you know half the patients who fail not after management do it because they develop peritonitis now because they continue to believe so whenever these kids are.

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"maly" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"maly" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

"You don't realize how expensive amok arrive and a private jet is my ass blade in low sugar now bay liked that one raid of the screen in front of me us bake totally different so how i know maly speak we stood right ex this used to be an amateur radio station and now it has literally listless the otas today is debate cakes the found a way here is totally relevant today's task the case manager somehow screwed it up at hey will probably get fide i'm going to leave now what a waste of my time i could've just done this video message anywhere all recorded all the tossed video message but now they made me come here i've got a busy day which is why yours today at six in the morning you get about tabet i'm going now on i'm taking my ridiculous voice with me we bring our guests nncholas penny they went to the olympics and they kick tass while they sky it an here they are coen guys well hello welcome thank you very much thanks for having more than welcome u2 together each to name y'all how long have you been what what what well we're athletes also extreme pennies guy saw d she wants to come down and sin well we would love to go that will be that will be maisy a lot of a lot of pressure though because i not know much about dancing all ice skating i would expect you to be very very good thing we can on the ice moving and you'll gliding and get the whole rhythm timing thing but come we do on the floor and say who is better.

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"maly" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"maly" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"It's insane point number one we do not measure economic success for the united states collectively as a country by the stock market joe why would you think that is not let me ask you a quick biology simple communist set ground groundball here man is wcbm where you work right are they listed on the nasdaq no it's not a trick are they listed on the sp now now are they listed at all okay there dot because it's not a publicly traded companies folks the reason we don't measure economic success if you're smart by the stock market is the stock market the dow jones the s p the nasdaq whatever measure you want the footsie whatever measure you wanna use okay is a sliver a and i mean a sliver an infant tests maly small measure of a few relatively wealthy companies that veyre success based on their future net present values being measured and i will caution anyone i i've been a little guilty of this and i'm i'm starting to retract them because i want to be fair i would caution anyone is well to trump's economic success by the way this point is unquestionable in my opinion but get away from the stock market stuff you see where i'm going with this show yeah it's a dumb measure it is a sliver of what's going on in the economy number one and number two the company's doug does measure which are a sliver of american business the overwhelming majority of american businesses small businesses midsize businesses even large businesses are not on a stock exchange.

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"maly" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

Pray the Word with David Platt

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"maly" Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

"Help us to pass the test may the praise of men not increase our pride we know ourselves oh god we know that in an of ourselves rear sinners before you there's nothing good in us apart from you anything good in us comes from you therefore any praise that others give us all to maly deserves to go to you you alone deserve all praise for anything good in us so we pray that when we are appraised so on one end lord keep us repair a for seeking the praise of others from desiring the praise of others and then lord when it comes if it comes help us to attribute that immediately to you yes verbally even in in our conversation with people who are praising us but most importantly in our hearts oh god may we not begin to think oh i have all of this goodness in me because of myself may we just immediately remember that any goodness in us is a tribute to your goodness toward us and therefore should be attributed to your glory above all help us repay to not seek praise and to pass the test of praise when it comes in jesus name we pray amen.

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