35 Burst results for "Marco"

Kimberley Johnson on Trump Hating Republicans

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:43 min | 3 d ago

Kimberley Johnson on Trump Hating Republicans

"Kimberly, you raise a really interesting point. I'll tell you why, because we just saw, you know, Liz Cheney was celebrating the roe V wade decision. Like, Liz Cheney hates Donald Trump. You're absolutely right. But she's not on our side. In fact, one of the reasons we were talking about, why is there this like, they're not going after Jenny Thomas. When I was hearing, is because Liz Cheney likes the Supreme Court the way it is. She doesn't want Ginny and clarence. She doesn't want any talk of clarence Thomas. Yes. Resigning or getting or you name it, right? And so and I thought this on cue, right this morning, Travis, a lawyer for Jenny Thomas, told the House select committee, he saw no reason for her to testify. Well, yeah, because they see how these hearings are going. Yeah. Exactly. So they came after it came after the committee has made a fresh request for her appearance, and we have the text messages to what Meadows and to eastman. She was right in the middle of this thing. And that her husband already was the one sole vote voting to keep her communications private. Kimberly, so beyond a conflict of interest, I don't even know what you call it. Do you? Yeah. No, I mean, I agree with you a 100%. This is clearly very upsetting coming because, you know, we love to Democrats are so fond of loving the Republicans that are going to go against Trump. But we always have to remember that I do think that at some point they want to break from him because they don't like him. You can see their true reactions to Trump in 2016. Lindsey Graham tweeted it, Ted Cruz was talking about how horrible he was, Marco Rubio, all of them. They don't like him. But now that he gave them everything that they wanted. And now this trial is going to give them a clean

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Matt Walsh: Lawmaker Was Uncomfortable Answering 'What Is a Woman'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

Matt Walsh: Lawmaker Was Uncomfortable Answering 'What Is a Woman'

"It's pretty much every interview had that one lawmaker Marco whatever they walk just walk out and it seems at one point when you're interviewing him that the lawmaker there It looks like he's looking to his staff at one point you bring up the fact that kind of sarcastically there's this kind of telltale way to see if a man's in a woman's room you know the guy has a penis thing you know and the guy's like do you notice he looks off and was he looking at his staff for an answer Like what do I say here when you brought that up Because if you watch the movie it's clear as day like he's done with this question Yeah that's exactly what he was doing His aide was right over my shoulder the entire time And yes as we started talking about some of these questions I can tell you it's very uncomfortable to get off You're still sad there for a while before he finally I think he was kind of you could see in his eyes he was back He was beckoning to his staff to bail him out and shut the interview down But she never did So eventually he had to do it and he walked out and it was pretty great but it was also that's another one where the questions I ask if he's a proponent of the equality act which is supposed to codify this stuff on a federal level and among other things means that men can use women's restrooms anywhere in the country And so this is the legislation that you're sponsoring I'm asking some real basic questions and raising some real basic objections that I'm sure you've heard before How do you not have an answer to it is it's pretty remarkable

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Peter Doocy Tangles With Karine Jean-Pierre Over Disinformation Board

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Peter Doocy Tangles With Karine Jean-Pierre Over Disinformation Board

"Peter doocy. A national treasure tangling with Kareem, everybody's a racist, but me, Jean Pierre, in The White House press briefing. Last week you guys said that you needed this disinformation governance board at DHS to make sure that freedom of speech is protected across the country and that these platforms are not used for forms of disinformation. So what changed? Look, the Department of Homeland Security, they began their statement repeating that the board had been intentionally mischaracterized, which is a little bit of what you were asking me. And they were explicit about what it does and doesn't, it does not do. It was never about censorship, policing, speech, or removing content from anywhere. It's function was to keep Homeland Security officials aware of how bad actors, including human smugglers, transnational criminal organization and foreign adversaries could use disinformation to advance their goals as secretary Marco said, he has asked former DHS secretary Michael chernoff and former DAG Jamie to lead a thorough review. This is the pause that I was talking about and assessment as members of the bipartisan Homeland Security Council advisory council. The board will not convene during that period, but the department's work across several administrations to address this information that threatens the security for our country is critical and will continue. So that work is going to continue. So if it's pausing because you think the Borg was mischaracterized, then the disinformation board is being shut down because of disinformation. Is that what's happening here? Look, I mean, the board was put forth for a purpose, right? To make sure that we really did a really did address what was happening across the country when it came to disinformation. It's just, it's going to pause. There's been a mischaracterizations from outside outside forces. And so now where we're going to do is we're going to pause it, and we're going to do an

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Paul Sewald, cut by Mets, wins for M's in Citi Field return

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Paul Sewald, cut by Mets, wins for M's in Citi Field return

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Charlie's Advice for Students Being Alienated for Their Beliefs

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | Last month

Charlie's Advice for Students Being Alienated for Their Beliefs

"I was wondering if you could give some encouraging words to students who are being alienated by teachers. Their communities and their friends because of their Christian or conservative values. That's a really important question. So students that raise your hand if you think you've been great at differently or treated differently because your beliefs basically every hand goes up. So that's right. Marco says worth it. Yeah, look, I want to say this. So there's a disagreement on the right. And I have a lot of respect for Ben Shapiro, but he has a different answer than I do on this. And I'll kind of say this. So Ben, and this is not precisely your question, but I'll incorporate it. So the question, here's the question, do you lie on your term paper or how you present yourself to your professors to get a good grade? That's a question a lot of people ask, right? It's easier to kind of hide and to not confront things. So Ben says, yes, lie, misrepresent your beliefs, get the good grade and get through college or high school. I see it differently. I do not believe getting a good grade is nearly as important as creating strong people, filled with integrity, willing to fight for truth at all. And so now why am I bringing this up? Because if you wanted to kind of, those of you that are conservative, wanted to have an easier life than just pretend to not be a conservative and just keep your head down and just pretend to be something that you're not and delete your social media. I think there's a lot more important things in life than that. So the word of encouragement is this first something that is true that you don't want to hear and then something that is true that you probably will want to hear. It's never going to stop. You will be harassed called names, demonized, victimized. You will be smeared and slandered. You will lose a lot of your friends. And you'll doubt whether it's all worth it. Sound fun, right? Well, here's the second thing though. You will be a stronger, tougher, more resilient person that will look around at your peers one day while they're worried about whether or not they're being called the right pronouns, and you will be you will have your direction, you'll have resolve, you'll have an intestinal fortitude. You'll have Gusto that will run circles around an increasingly fragile society and you will have what is so lacking in America

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Once a retail giant, Kmart down to 3 stores after NJ closing

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Once a retail giant, Kmart down to 3 stores after NJ closing

"Once once once once a a a a retail retail retail retail giant giant giant giant Kmart Kmart Kmart Kmart will will will will shortly shortly shortly shortly be be be be down down down down to to to to three three three three stores stores stores stores after after after after the the the the one one one one in in in in Avenel Avenel Avenel Avenel New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey closes closes closes closes this this this this week week week week it's it's it's it's the the the the home home home home of of of of the the the the faded faded faded faded floor floor floor floor tiles tiles tiles tiles a a a a beige beige beige beige on on on on beige beige beige beige color color color color scheme scheme scheme scheme the the the the store store store store that that that that sells sells sells sells toddler's toddler's toddler's toddler's clothes clothes clothes clothes refrigerators refrigerators refrigerators refrigerators and and and and everything everything everything everything in in in in between between between between this this this used used used to to to be be be a a a real real real part part part of of of America America America Michael Michael Michael Lisicki Lisicki Lisicki writes writes writes about about about retail retail retail history history history everybody everybody everybody went went went to to to Kmart Kmart Kmart whether whether whether you you you liked liked liked it it it or or or not not not they they they had had had everything everything everything Kmart's Kmart's Kmart's decline decline decline is is is really really really slow slow slow but but but steady steady steady brought brought brought about about about by by by years years years of of of falling falling falling sales sales sales changes changes changes in in in shopping shopping shopping habits habits habits and and and the the the looming looming looming shadow shadow shadow of of of Walmart Walmart Walmart Marco Marco Marco went went went at at at Columbia Columbia Columbia business business business school school school blames blames blames leadership leadership leadership of of of variety variety variety of of of folks folks folks running running running the the the business business business who who who were were were either either either not not not paying paying paying much much much attention attention attention to to to competition competition competition or or or attempting attempting attempting to to to do do do things things things which which which frankly frankly frankly resulted resulted resulted in in in the the the ultimate ultimate ultimate train train train wreck wreck wreck Jersey Jersey Jersey still still still as as as another another another Kmart Kmart Kmart the the the other other other tour tour tour in in in Miami Miami Miami in in in the the the Hamptons Hamptons Hamptons I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker

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Caller: Sen. Marco Rubio Is a 'Coward' for His No Fly Zone Definition

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Caller: Sen. Marco Rubio Is a 'Coward' for His No Fly Zone Definition

"Feel very strongly here that we should do the best we can to the Ukraine. We have an agreement to say by the security and when they gave up their news, they trusted us and we owe it to them. Right. And to see these citizens being butchered really makes us sick and we feel that Rubio is a coward to make everyone frighten it as World War three if we use our military to do anything. So you think you think you don't think Putin would use any nuclear option? If he's such a man man, he'll use it at some point because wait a minute, so why is Rubio a coward to point that out? Ruby always a coward because he is saying that it will be World War three. If we Putin starts nuking the United States, what would you call that, James? Military at any time. I'm sorry. We can't use my military because I'll always be World War three. And if we had stopped Hitler early, millions of people would have been I'll tell you. I appreciate all your talking points. James, and hey, James, will you take a breath, please, and let's talk to each other instead of at each other. Helping Ukraine. For God's sakes, there's going to be a bloodbath in Taiwan if we don't step up to the

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What Does a 'No Fly Zone' Mean in Ukraine?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | 3 months ago

What Does a 'No Fly Zone' Mean in Ukraine?

"How directly involved do you want the United States to be? Welcome in to a special edition this Wednesday, march the 16th episode of the Mike Gallagher show. As always, we're in the relief factor dot com studios. You know, I'm not sure a lot of people recognize what a no fly zone means. Senator Marco Rubio did a great job explaining this. It only takes about 20 seconds. I'm getting a lot. And I feel like the American people are divided on this. Usually I can sense when we are leaning one way or the other. I think we're split right down the middle in terms of getting involved militarily or escalating our level of involvement. Yesterday, Biden signed a big government spending bill, a government funding bill, $1.5 trillion. That keeps the federal government open through September, but also sends billions of dollars of aid to

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Jack Posobiec Shares His Thoughts on the Bio-Labs in Ukraine

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Jack Posobiec Shares His Thoughts on the Bio-Labs in Ukraine

"More. Jack, welcome back to the program. Hey Charlie, I was a pleasure. So Jack, what is the truth behind the bio laboratories in Ukraine? There seems to be a lot of chatter about it. Victoria Nuland talked about it in her discussion with Marco Rubio, are these Soviet relics? Are they active? Was the United States involved in it? Was their potential gain of function research? The floor is yours. Well, Charlie, when it comes down to these bioweapons, you know, normally, if we hadn't lived through the events of the last two years, I would be so willing to just say, of course, these are simply, you know, diagnostic testing centers. There's nothing going on here. Don't worry about it. But what we've learned about the NIH is funding and what they were doing through eco health alliance in Wuhan, right? That has given me to the point where I do not trust these people anymore. I don't trust them when it comes to their statements. I don't trust them when it comes to them saying that they're not conducting shady research and foreign laboratories. Like we saw them do in Wuhan. So the question then becomes, why was it? It simply arrested this, right? I thought this entire thing was some ridiculous Russian or Chinese disinfo campaign, try to take the heat off of Wuhan, try to throw some of the Iraq War rhetoric back on our faces. And then all of a sudden, Victoria Nuland comes out and says, well, we have to be very careful about letting any of these research materials get into the hands of the Russians. And the minute she said that, the entire narrative shifted because wait a minute, if what's in there is active, this isn't just stuff that's on ice or something that's very deep underground, that there is something in there that could potentially be used. And then Marco Rubio again responds saying, well, if something was used, it would be by the Russians. Of course, of course, if you used by the Russians. So let me get this straight. What exactly is the magical thinking of the mainstream media now? And I saw you know all these like debunk pieces that have come out. It's this magical thinking that says there's no bioweapons, but even if there are, it's definitely Russians. How does this

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Reading Angry Texts From Listeners Regarding Ukraine Biolabs Report

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Reading Angry Texts From Listeners Regarding Ukraine Biolabs Report

"And here's one four two three area code. This is a good one. On the bio lab report, what an uninformed blathering idiot you are, you carry the mainstream media narrative far too well for it to be accidental, you lying turd. Well, okay. Nice to talk to you. Thank you. Have a good day. Again, I don't know what any of this means. I know that Tucker Carlson is all over this, and yes, the mainstream media is mocking it. They're shooting it down. But as I said yesterday, how do you explain the under Secretary of State with the exchange that she had with Marco Rubio, senator Marco Rubio? Suggesting that, yeah, they got bio labs, all right. And Tucker's asking a bunch of questions about that.

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Victoria Nuland Says Ukraine Has Biolabs at Risk of Russian Control

Mark Levin

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Victoria Nuland Says Ukraine Has Biolabs at Risk of Russian Control

"Here is Victoria Nuland under Secretary of State for political affairs today at a hearing or yesterday rather Actually under questioning by Marco Rubio cut one go Does Ukraine have chemical or biological weapons Ukraine has biological research facilities which in fact we are now quite concerned Russian troops Russian forces may be seeking to gain control of So we are working with the Ukrainians on how they can the Ukrainians Okay I had a taste of this earlier in the hour You're working with the Ukrainians to try and help you with this Well what do you expect the Ukrainians to do since they're under attack What do you expect them to do

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The Untold Story of Bio-Labs in Ukraine

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | 4 months ago

The Untold Story of Bio-Labs in Ukraine

"This is USA Today just a couple of days ago, quote fact check. Fact, false claim of U.S. bio labs in Ukraine tied to Russian disinformation campaign. China pushes conspiracy theory about U.S. biolabs in Ukraine. Newsweek, U.S. biological weapons in Russia separating the fact from fiction. Business Insider, debunked conspiracy theory about U.S. bioweapons laboratories in Ukraine, fact check why you crush Russia claims U.S. biolabs in Ukraine don't hold up. PolitiFact totally false. Russia is targeting U.S. biological weapons in Ukrainian invasion. Okay. So I could go through that into great detail. But I do want to play a cut here from yesterday that has kind of prompted all this and then we're going to bring our expert guests to help us navigate it. So Victoria Nuland, who's the undersecretary for political affairs, was asked a question of Marco Rubio. And I think Marco Rubio was asking her this question to kind of debunk this and get this over with. But in fact, the exact opposite happened. Play cut 66. Well, I only have a minute left. Let me ask you. Does Ukraine have chemical or biological weapons? Ukraine has biological research facilities. Which, in fact, we are now quite concerned Russian troops Russian forces may be seeking to gain control of so we are working with the Ukrainians on how they can prevent any of those research materials from falling into the hands of Russian forces should they approach. I'm sure you're aware that the Russian propaganda groups are already putting out there, all kinds of information about how they've uncovered a plot by the Ukrainians to release biological weapons in the country and with NATO's coordination. If there is a biological or chemical weapon incident or attack inside of Ukraine, is there any doubt in your mind that 100% it would be the Russians that would be behind it? There is no doubt in my mind, senator, and it is classic Russian technique to blame on the other guy, what they're planning to do themselves. So there is Victoria Nuland, basically admitting that there are biological research facilities in Ukraine and Russians want to get their hands on them. Was the U.S. funding these facilities if so who was behind it and what type of research was

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Sen. Ted Cruz Is Trying to Learn More About U.S. Biolab in Ukraine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz Is Trying to Learn More About U.S. Biolab in Ukraine

"So senator one of your colleagues Marco Rubio had Victoria Nuland up on Capitol Hill yesterday Victoria Nuland has not a lot of credibility with me who was a central figure in the whole spygate Russian collusion fiasco but it was a very concerning exchange yesterday about this what Victoria Nuland called a biological research lab And Ukraine And it appears doing some homework on this that this was a long-term effort with Barack Obama and senator Luger a former colleague of yours To help them build out this bioweapons counter proliferation operation in Ukraine This is really concerning center because there's such a crisis of truth right now in the media You don't know what to believe and what not to believe As a guy who's read in on a lot of these things I understand this things you can and can't say but your thoughts on this Well Dan I agree with you that it is concerning that we had her testimony at the public hearing about a U.S. government facility There in Ukraine that is at risk of being seized by the Russians and that is troubling And at this point I think a number of us in the Senate are focused on learning precisely what was being done at that particular lab I can tell you I don't know the answer to that now I've already directed my team to begin trying to get to the bottom of it And I will tell you getting answers from the Biden administration on just about anything is not easy They stonewall practically anything you ask them But they have not affirmatively told us what was occurring there and so my staff is in the process of trying to find out the answers to

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Rubio Says No-Fly Zone Over Ukraine Would Lead to World War III

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Rubio Says No-Fly Zone Over Ukraine Would Lead to World War III

"Regarding the no fly zone, here's what Marco Rubio senator said about it. You know, look, I know flies on to become a catch phrase. I'm not sure a lot of people fully understand what that means. That means flying awacs 24 hours a day. That means the willingness to shoot down and engage Russian airplanes in the sky. That means, frankly, you can't put those planes up there unless you're willing to knock out the anti aircraft systems that the Russians have deployed and not just in Ukraine, but in Russia, and also in Belarus. So basically, a no fly zone, if people understood what it means, it means World War three. It means starting World War three, so I think there are a lot of things we can do to help Ukraine protect itself both from air strikes and missile strikes, but I think people need to understand what a no fly zone means. It's not just, it's not some rule you pass it. Everybody has to oblige by. It's the willingness to shoot down the aircraft of the Russian Federation, which is basically the beginning of World War three.

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Mark Levin: Dropping DIRECTV Is Completing Chapter 7 of 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Mark Levin: Dropping DIRECTV Is Completing Chapter 7 of 'American Marxism'

"This is what I talk about in chapter 7 of American Marxism If the corporatists want to throw in With those who hate this country they want to undermine basic freedoms and even say the Bill of Rights has said basic freedoms There needs to be pushback I want a strongly encourage you Please Millions of you Drop DirecTV Drop it Push back The left is very good at these Marxist tactics I'm sure the board that oversees direct TV is radical left like most of these boards are with most of these broadcast companies Why do you think most of these broadcast companies air my show Because they make money from it Most of them hate my guts however I want to strongly encourage you Let's make this a Levin search Drop direct TV and tell them why But Marco Ann is a competitor No they're not Any conservative site as far as I'm concerned is a good site because they're so few of them They're so few of them So I want to strongly encourage you Please There is no reason to give corporations and corporatists Your money there's no reason to enrich them There's no reason to support their anti American anti liberty agendas There's no reason for this

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Should Illegal Aliens Be Allowed to Vote in U.S. Elections?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:20 min | 6 months ago

Should Illegal Aliens Be Allowed to Vote in U.S. Elections?

"Here's the story. And this is an article written by Mike Miller at red state dot com. Titled Senate Republicans moved to ban federal funds from states, cities that allow illegal aliens to vote. He writes in this episode of Republicans or racists, let's begin with a basic premise that should be supported by every lawyer citizen of every country on the planet. Non citizens should not be allowed to vote in elections, period. That's not even be a question, millerites. Unless your congressional Democrat, that is, in that case, undocumented Democrats are really your thing. As reported by John Solomon's just the news, the issue of non citizen voting first came to a boiling point, a big time at the end of 2018s Georgia governor's race, when Democrats Stacey Abrams suggested the blue wave of voter she had hoped for to put her in office included the documented and the undocumented. The latter a ridiculous Democrat term for illegal aliens, Abrams denied she was referring to illegal aliens, millerite, he goes on, however, last time I checked my Democrat decoder ring, undocumented was code for illegal. Meanwhile, cities in at least three states have authorized illegal aliens to vote, while George upon her the constitutional amendment to ban it. Shockingly, as reported by my colleague, Chris arps, New York City is among them as is Northampton, Massachusetts. Incidentally, less dispelled another ridiculous Democrat trope, no human is illegal. Nobody has suggested that any humans are illegal, he writes, my Democrat Friends, humans are capable, however, of doing illegal things, including illegally entering the United States of America, sit down, he writes. Now, in an attempt to stem increasing Democrat support of allowing illegal aliens to vote in the U.S., senator Mark Marco Rubio is leading a coalition of congressional Republicans in sponsoring legislation that would ban federal funding to states and localities that allow illegals to

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"marco" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

04:02 min | 6 months ago

"marco" Discussed on Code Story

"Can't victims of our own leaves, which may be wrong. And it's very important to always step out of that mindset and zoom out. It could be stopped working for a week, going on a walk in the park. Something that allows us to quit the crazy daily mess and allow us to focus a little bit more strategically. Every time we did that in my experience, we made the right call. Every time we were able to take a breather, step back, zoom out, we were able to then make the right strategic decision. So not giving up, zooming out from time to time, and as the business grows, the most important thing is learning how to trust. In the early days of a business, the founder of founders are doing pretty much everything. And every decision is theirs and everything that they build is responsible for it. But that doesn't scale in the long run. In the long run, we have to hire people that are going to be part of this team and are going to be executing with us alongside us. Towards our mission and our achieving our goals, but they can not be successful if we don't trust them. And that's one of the hardest things to do when the company switches from being just the founder is in a few folks into being a real organization for me it happened when it was 40, 50 people. We have to give trust to people. We have to give trust that even if they suck. We trust them to do the right thing and fix it. But not releasing that trust, not giving them that trust, it is not going to make them successful, which means that we're not going to be able to scale. Those are fantastic bits of advice. Well, Marco, thank you for being on the show today. Thank you for telling the creation story of Kong. Thank you so much. This was fun. And this concludes another chapter of coat story..

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"marco" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

02:22 min | 7 months ago

"marco" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"Amazing. Love it. Hey, Marco, thank you for jumping on. If you're listening and you like the content that Marco dropped, he does the same thing with real estate. He will impress you. If I were you, I'd go check out big fat checks. The link is already in the show notes. The link to his company is in the show notes as well. So you'll be able to connect with Marco and learn and grow through what he's doing. He has a small event that he does every month for real estate investors. If you want more info on that, you'll be able to reach out to him. Unless he gives me a specific link he wants me to use for that. I want you to be getting value regardless what you're doing. Through your business, I want you to be getting growing and adding value to others and making lots of money. And I think that it's important if you are doing that, that you are able to put some money aside for the future and get that cash flow. It is a big reason why I've been doing real estate investing for so many years and I still continue to invest in real estate, even though I have this business around helping podcasters. Marco is an incredible person to learn for that. And one thing that I really like about the program that he has is specific that he'll make a promise that he's going to work with you and tell you achieve a certain thing. And so if you're comfortable with that thing and the investment that it takes to get that thing, he's in your corner until it happens. 100% 100%. So anyway, you'll be able to connect with Marco Marco. I'm so grateful and also if you're listening, you should know that every other episode is on the event numbered episodes. It's just me pouring into your business. So if you're ready for that, just scroll through to the very next episode and I'll see you there. Bye for now. Appreciate you thank you so much. Thank you. This episode's brought to you by grow your show dot com, gross show lets you be the star of your show while we handle all the hard stuff. We offer reliable and affordable post production services that allow you to grow your show organically without all the work. So go ahead and check out a website right now. And feel free to schedule a call with me and let's take your show to the next level. Again, grow your show dot com. You just press record. We handle the rest..

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Congress approves import ban targeting forced labor in China

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 7 months ago

Congress approves import ban targeting forced labor in China

"Congress Congress has has approved approved an an import import ban ban targeting targeting forced forced labor labor in in China China well well the the Biden Biden administration administration is is imposing imposing sanctions sanctions on on Beijing Beijing over over abuse abuse of of Uighurs Uighurs I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the Senate Senate has has given given final final approval approval to to a a bill bill barring barring all all imports imports from from China's China's Xinjiang Xinjiang region region unless unless businesses businesses can can prove prove they they were were produced produced without without forced forced labor labor senator senator Marco Marco Rubio Rubio it it basically basically says says that that you you can't can't import import products products into into the the United United States States that that are are made made by by slave slave labor labor he he adds adds it's it's already already illegal illegal by by the the way way to to to to bring bring goods goods made made with with slave slave labor labor it's it's been been that that way way since since the the nineteen nineteen thirties thirties and and yet yet it it still still happened happened Rubio Rubio says says many many companies companies have have already already taken taken steps steps to to insure insure their their supply supply chains chains do do not not include include products products made made by by the the forced forced labor labor of of China's China's Uighur Uighur population population and and those those who who haven't haven't will will no no longer longer be be able able to to make make Americans Americans unwitting unwitting accomplices accomplices and and the the atrocities atrocities and and the the genocide genocide is is being being committed committed by by the the Chinese Chinese Communist Communist Party Party meanwhile meanwhile the the commerce commerce department department levied levied new new sanctions sanctions targeting targeting Chinese Chinese biotech biotech and and surveillance surveillance companies companies leading leading drone drone manufacturer manufacturer and and government government entities entities for for their their actions actions in in Xinjiang Xinjiang Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington

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The Biden Regime Attempts to Break the Bond Between Parents and Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 9 months ago

The Biden Regime Attempts to Break the Bond Between Parents and Children

"Know that the state the regime is trying to break the bond between parents and children that parents concern and questioning of the indoctrination of their kids is now being met with a full fledged response from the state. We can keep on building that out as we dive deeper into that as we build out all the specifics there but instead i want to tell you what's really going on here and it's really fun kind of going back and forth with the great one mark levin on this because we saw it exactly the same. This is a preempt a preemptive move by the regime to try and stop any sort of semblance of a legitimate and authentic tea party two point. Oh movement the tea party back. In two thousand nine two thousand ten was a legitimate grassroots response to the massive overreach of the obama regime. The tea party movement could not be controlled. Many members of congress were elected in the tea party movement. That are still in congress. Today including marco rubio and many others democrats were largely displaced from power and republicans. Look back the house for the first time in many years and did so decisively against the popularity and the power of barack obama one of the reasons why the left has been so forceful in their propaganda and their prosecution of january six. Is they want to try to keep people at home.

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"marco" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"marco" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"We're speaking with character actor. Marco rodriguez a hollywood veteran. Who's first onscreen role happened all the way back in one thousand nine hundred eighty he's done on stage and on screen and even appeared in a bunch of video games and of course he happened to cross paths with star trek marco. Pierre twice in the next generation i in the season one episode arsenal freedom as a starfleet captain paul rice. Who isn't exactly what he seems to be. He followed that up in season. Four glint tila in the wounded alongside. Mark alamo and bob gunston in standout episodes from that season which was also the first time we ever saw a kardashian on screen. And as it turns out. Marco also nearly had a few other trek roles that i think are going to surprise you star. Trek over is just a small footnote. Marco's career which spans over one hundred roles including appearances in t j hooker hill street. Blues macgyver walker. Texas ranger frazier seinfeld the crow. La law the district. Sliders nash bridges nypd. Blue million dollar baby. Fast and furious eastbound on in humans veronica mars and many many more now. I wanna make a note from my youtube audience in this episode. You're gonna see an outfit change from. Marco and i know it's not for dramatic purposes. We're not doing any schizo and things like that. It's because we weren't able to do the interview in one sitting due to time constraints. But marco was kind enough to come back into a second part with me to make sure we got everything needed in our chat so as you can imagine we cover a lot of ground grounded this discussion. Not just about star trek. So with that said let's get to know markelle rodriguez and learn all about his time on trick and his continuing career in hollywood but before we jump into our interview i want to ask you. Are you following. Trek untold on social media. It's the best way to keep up to date and who's gonna be the next guest on trek untold to learn all about other cool things that are happening here. So if you're on instagram. Facebook or twitter go ahead and look up trek untold. All one word and give us a follow in a like..

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"marco" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"marco" Discussed on Everyonecast

"More special content And lean on the idea that hey. This is my area of expertise. I'm just giving you what i know. And we've been getting a lot more contacts and people who are interested in hearing more about what it is that i have to say So the last year so has been not in the offshoot byproduct of that is also our seo on. Our website has gotten stronger because as well so a year and a half ago if you searched interview coach toronto except for never came up. Now we're actually showing up. So i'm very proud of accomplishment in the coming year. I think i'm gonna continue to double down on that. Maybe play around with some paid promotions but also do some more partnerships and working with some really cool companies to to co brand certain assets to do more video content with other people and you know just tap into other networks that i know is there and start building a community or a tribe of people that are interested in what it is that i have to offer. There is a lot opportunity for content creation. That's for sure. Youtube channel a podcast. So many things you can do i agree. It's it's endless because there's so many different avenues angles that we can look out when when it comes to being and career communications. The challenge with it is how do you differentiate yourself from the thousands of how do you answer. Tell me about yourself or you know. The land job is three easy steps and really making it. A valuable resource that cuts through some of the noise. And that's the challenge. Yeah have you figured out. Any ideas of how to differentiate yourself from those other people. I guess i always go back to my roots of what i would like to see and this type of content. I been investing a lot more time into thinking about how to leverage research in this area because it's one thing to see tips and tricks about the job search or giving feedback or how to speak. It's another to say this is what the research suggests. And this is why you should be doing this. And giving people a more compelling reason above and beyond just because i'm an expert and you should listen to me which i think a lot of coaches and and people industry can easily fall into and i'm guilty of that as wall. I don't back everything with research. Some of it is anecdotal. So i'm trying to explore doing that. And almost busting some of the myths that exist in public speaking or career. As an example of that is filler words we obsess over the use of comes and other filler words that we use and i challenged by saying is it actually that bad and so i did a really deep dive into the studies to say. Well actually there's a threshold and for how many filler words we can use before people really start to take notice and stop drowning it out as part of normal speech that to me is a new angle that nobody talks about very often if at all and if you do have this problem. Here's three research driven ways for you to be able to slowly and incrementally get better and to slowly remove it so not to me has really cut through and has landed really well with the people that are part of my larger target audience. Now i think about it. Anybody i've ever heard about giving speaking advice. Always demonize filler words completely. But it is a natural part of speech. So as long as you're not overdoing it. Yeah i don't see the harm exactly even technology You know there's certain podcasts editing softwares that i was looking at you know they have automatically remove all of your filler words. This is what people believed to be a crutch but to me. I didn't know i didn't know you could do that. Automatically with software because sometimes it's kind of tied into what you're saying. Sometimes you might say this that but if you say like this that you know if like sometimes i'm kind of blends into the next word so i wonder how they deal with that. I'll still looking at that. Because is i'll edit out a lot of But if it blends into the next word kind of i'll just leave it in there. Otherwise it'll just be choppy and weird sounding. No that makes sense that makes total sense and at some point it does benefit from just eliminating them and removing them. And i've worked really hard over the last little bit to also be very cognizant mindful of the words that i use that might not land with people but yeah i think there's a there's a middle ground as to how technology can solve for that. I'm not sure either. And i can see myself playing around with that and maybe doing more of a hybrid approach like what you're talking about if it gets distracting But yeah that's a really interesting example of how we can still generate content differentiate and land with people because that's been a very popular article for for people to look at it and go. Oh i never thought of it that way. By the way i did. Google interview coach toronto on my other screen. And you are the second result nailed. It pretty good. I'm not not not at all. i'd say. Second result for anything as really impressive so he came as a surprise to me as well so it just goes to the testament like i obviously did a little bit of of content for my own job previously but my exposure to it is pretty limited for all compared to other experts. That are out there. You can do it right as somebody that is doing. Maybe a project or exploring a new venture on the side. You can do it on your own. You just have to be strategic and be okay with the fact that for the first little that it's going to suck and no one's going to read your stuff and you just have to push it and continue our number one.

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"marco" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"marco" Discussed on Everyonecast

"My greatest weakness was i was not able to do what you said in taking what you've contributed and framing in a really positive away and saying here's why here's what and why. I'm going to continue doing this stuff for the future. you know. it's like a lot of a lot of selling yourself. And that's something i wasn't really great at even though i was i was finding my actual job. Yeah absolutely and a big part of what they think. We don't think about as job seekers or even just as professionals in general is how do you set up a structure for yourself to actually build these stories when the time is right we think of our job search starting when we're out of a job or more interested in maybe making a move and we backtracking. Okay so what do i want to celebrate. What am i proud of. And chances are you're not going to remember the smaller stories that might be really relevant to whatever job you're interested in next but you lose the details in the process so how you proactively think about jotting down those stories. What tools do you use. What was the context. What impacted you have. How did it make you feel. What did you learn. Start drying these down more incrementally and more consistently so that when the time is right you can lean on those experiences again and really then you'll feel more confident because you have almost a portfolio of things that you can be proud of men. That is an amazing idea. Because even when. I did stuff that was that was proud of three months later. I would remember it but i wouldn't remember all the details that i wanted to remember so then even when i try to use those things as a selling point. It didn't sound as strong because i didn't have all the details written out. Yeah no absolutely and conserve so many different purposes in my mind. Not only is it great for these types of moments but you can also start identifying trends. What are the things that you're most proud of after a year's worth of work. And how does that inform your next move and what you want to apply to. Or what you want to be known for in networking sessions. These are all really really important lessons to take away for sure. Are these some of the skills you used to secure a director of customer customer success success i was thinking satisfaction but i i knew that wasn't the right word. Success director customer success. Did you use some of these skills that you learned to secure that kind of position or was that something you already had before you start this whole thing. No i climbed a ladder just like everybody else. And to be frank i actually had a pretty unique journey to getting to being director of customer success. I actually started my career as a technical writer. For a educational learning management systems software company and that was fun and i learned a lot from how to talk to an customers and how to really relate to people that maybe is unfamiliar waste technology or any concepts that you're talking about so lean into a lot of the skulls already had just in a different context and then i moved into instruction i did teaching for a little bit and then finally made the jump into customer success in that realm i was mostly helping other businesses with their content strategy so i was in marketing technology and then eventually now i work for inc box which is a direct to consumer company also in the capacity of customer success. So you know my journey has been all over the place but when you take a step back and you look at the key skills that i've developed over my career. And what are the common threads. Communications being able to develop really strong relationships with people explaining things clearly and really just having a passion for a kick ass customer experience or an interactive experience. If you can take it a step higher and say these are the skills that i have. And this is why it applies. That's how you can make these types of transitions and still elevate your career progression that i think a lot of people chase after with this company that he started. It's it's still. It's still not your main day job. It seems like a side hustle as you described it even though it seems very established. How'd you manage that time. You have a full on day job. How do you. How do you manage your time so that you still have all the time and resources for this other business. It's been a rocky journey to say. The very least i had ebbs and flows in my ability to commit time and resources into what i do at extend pro. That's the that's the reality of it. But what i found to be really successful is setting really granular goals for myself and being committed to really finding time to do it. If it's like wine weekend day and two after office hour days that i go and tackle these tasks and creating the cadence for myself. That's been immensely helpful. The other side of it is i kind of lucked out. Insofar as working with job seekers oftentimes. They already have a job as well. So i have a lot of opportunities to be flexible and actually meet people after office hours on weekends as well and that has worked out really well for me and then the last thing i would say is i found a company that has been very open to the idea that i'll be doing things outside of work and so long as i move forward and still achieving all the goals i want. They've been really open and happy by the fact that they haven't innovative and somebody that wants to hustle and the company so yeah. That's kind of how. I've been managing it. How did these professionals find extent. Bre like what do you do to promote the business. I'm trying also figure out where the company is in your in your growth whether you're whether people are now coming to you at nowhere if you're doing active promotions that people respond to what i was first building for a lot of it was through word of mouth referrals. I would do a large workshop for an organization and then we would get referrals from them and that really was our pipeline for for a really long time over the last year or two. I've been spending a lot more of my time dedicated to.

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"marco" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"marco" Discussed on Everyonecast

"You can sing the website while you're typing it in. I'm anthony salvanto. And this is marco yelm what's up. Oh not much just getting the new year. Start ed and you know first. Quarter of the year is usually super fun because you get to plan out. What the next year looks. Like and start. Starring some goals you know. So what kind of goes are you looking at well professionally. I have some interesting goals to actually start my own podcast. So i'm really excited to be here and hopefully we'll learn a singer to from you as well. Yeah i'll pretend like a super podcasting expert. Are you not all right. Well i mean. I've only been doing it since august or so. Listen that's a couple months. More than what i have under my belt. So i'll i'll still learn something. I'm sure we'll do you have something started already or is it something. You're still working on getting started. I've started securing some guests for the first season of extemporaneously which will be the new podcast and still working through all the details on the recordings and figuring out what types of topics people are most interested in. So yeah really excited to dive had deepened to that in a little bit. Do you have a particular theme for the podcast or whatever. You're feeling i think to give you some context. I actually run a company called extent. Fra and it's a communications training company. That's really focused on helping. Young professionals learn how to speak with confidence and credibility in the workplace whether that's an interview setting or if you know. They're recently promoted to be a manager and they have to give feedback for the first time and over the last couple of years i realized that a lot of my content was tips and tricks how to do this how to do that. And i love the practical pragmatic stuff. But the reality of communications is that it doesn't always follow the same progression. There's no cookie cutter template for anything and so the podcast will really be more around. Helping people understand different career stories and what has really worked for people on the field. Maybe if they're searching for a job and kind of rounds out my content a little bit so it's not just the but it also. Has you know real life stories. That i think a lot of people would resonate with so you are a career focused communications expert. That's a part of what i do. Yeah it's a passion project of mine that i've been doing initially for free and then a couple years back i woke up and was like why am i not charging money for the types of services that i'm offering to people and so that's how extent started but i'm kind of in my day job. I actually work for a company called ink box. And i'm the director of success there. So this whole communication things started out as a side passion that you started studying essentially. Yeah i it. Takes me back to my undergraduate days when i was still in university I was leading a public speaking club there for a couple years and they had a specific template for how to actually develop your your speaking skills and much like what i talked about earlier. What i noticed was that it was this cookie cutter progression. Right do this. And then you'll achieve this do this and you'll achieve that and the reality is nobody was encouraged to look at their own speaking skills and say what are my assets. And how do. I make those shine and not just focus on the weaknesses. And so i started developing these workshops all around helping people understand the different elements of someone speaking style. And then. how do you really amplify that to meet the context in which you're presenting and so that's how everything started as a passion project and you know as i said over the last couple of years things have really started to shift for me. I focused a little bit more on the the practical applications of public speaking. Whether that's an interview how to sell yourself networking sessions or as you know how to raise your voice in a boardroom. So that's That's a really high level overview of how i develop extemporised to what it is today. You're actually right about that when it comes to public speaking courses it's usually a group of people and you're right it is more of a one size fits all so it's very creative that you came up with something that tailors to everyone's individual strengths and weaknesses. Yeah i think it's really really easy for somebody to get sucked into that right. We see so much of a specific speaking style in the world stage or In in particular context celebrities and we aspire to be that and often we forget that the reason why we love oh speakers is because they've really honed in on what really works for them. The reality is not everyone is going to be a super animated speaker. Not everyone's going to be the number one storyteller out there but if you know for example that you're maybe a phd student and you can build credibility like nobody else just by being super informative. Why wouldn't you lean into that. And so that's really the dna of what i do regardless of the context in which you're speaking speaking of celebrities speaking how much of that is confidence because if you're a very successful person in everyone knows you're very successful than does that give them more of a certain gravitas to their speaking style. Because they know they're awesome. Absolutely i think when you think about historical understanding of rhetoric. It's broken down into your three parts right. You have your logic. You have your credibility that you bill and then you also learn how to really build out of bond with people and when you can really align those three things together than that's when you can really shine as speaker and celebrities obviously pacific gravitas. Because they they know what they're doing and they have a brand already but that doesn't mean that somebody who isn't a celebrity can't shine as the speaker. I speak with students all the time and one of the biggest worries for them as well. What value do i have to add in a networking session or in an interview. How do i sell myself. And it's that lack of confidence to say. No what i did or what i learned in school can still be something. That's impact moment. It's just how do you frame that conversation. And what details do you want to include to really help you shine. And that's oftentimes the missing piece. It's not that students don't have value. It's i did this product. This is the impact that i was able to have. And here's what i learned and this is why i'm so excited to continue exploring that dot itself is so much better than well. I don't really have any experience. So it's that framing and what you choose to share that's to me most important that resonates a bit with me because as a software engineer who has had a software engineering job for a while in the past.

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"marco" Discussed on Launch Your Live

Launch Your Live

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"marco" Discussed on Launch Your Live

"So we said you know hey. This episode is going to be about finding the right guest for livestreams. I know on episode fifteen. We talked about how to find guest. And here's the. It's not hard to find guests. Jim and i talk about this all the time. What's the key thing jim that we just have to have people do. What do they need to do. Ask exactly absolutely so ask. And chances are you will receive chances. You know maybe if you want a big guest you know maybe it may take a number of tries but don't be afraid to ask now in terms of finding the right guest market wise important to find the right guest for your show. Well i see. I i see three main reasons first of all. Well it's not. It's not my by order randomly. Once they they bring a new ideas new perspective new knowledge to your audience which is good also. Okay the other thing they bring you knowledge. It's also important to to you. Because i learned a lot. Some people say you have a kind of a master degree just because you bring so good guests and also it is very important to give you all used to talk about a authority transmission because if you have important people well-known people recognized people on your show. They will give you some of their authority also and eat good. I can add an extra advantage which is audience because of them will bring their audience to you. So it's good because you will get known by other people that usually couldn't see you so each it's also of course to to you. Yeah that that's really desert. Some great points and i think <hes>. We don't always think about that fact right and we've talked about that in other episodes as well as you know if you've got a good guest and they bring their audience that's like the in a sense. The perfect storm because a lot of times. That's really how you're going to grow is by bringing other people in you know as opposed to just trying to grow it yourself <hes>. Which really kind of leads to the next question <hes>. Does it seem like they're times when the type of guest doesn't matter for me it all his matter. It's it's very important. It's very important. And i think by setting these a brace. It's it's kind of the answer you need to weed is important to search for our guest. Okay and i will add some points. That's the main important is is he or she an authority in his field. Because one thing is when you know a lot about a topic it's good to bring someone who but if you want to to get some authority from from your guests and audience. It's not enough that he knows or she knows a lot of the topic. It's also important that he or she is recognized as someone with authority old. Who he's he's bringing this or that they are good. Okay cates good okay. Because sometimes they are and you know by these days these <hes>. Social media saying it's it's nobody knows you. You're nobody's kind of the thing that is important. It is also important. And i used to talk about these. See your way to success like crossing a river you know which you will find big rocks and not so big rocks as sometimes the the big rocks are a little bit away far from you but you have in the middle small rocks which are good guests debt. You can find that they are not the big rock. If you know what i mean but in the between you have people were not the top of the field but they are well known they are recognized and they can they can lead you to the next on the bigger one you know so. It's also important something. I i like to advise. People look for a guest which can connect you to another good guest or a bigger one. Because it's important. It's we should be intentional. You know we should be good girls girls and boys but we should also be intention and not. Just bring someone because by the sake of bringing someone you know because forty says you want to bring a seth yougov into your show. Look for people. Who already had seth gordon in their show so you can be connected to them and then one eight forty says if that people had a good time with you can lead you to seth gov.

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"marco" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

The Wedding Street Podcast

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"marco" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

"I might as well just retire. There's just give it to get it now we're up. You're very very good yourself. You know you see some things which well you know others. Don't see as well you know. Yeah which which was proven. When we went to india you look in a totally different things to mean the same kind of scenario or same place. Yeah and coming back with something totally different. Which is i think is the amazing thing about photography. That's the beauty of the same place completely. Different is yeah so if you got any after all of this. Is there any way we wage. Would you like to go robot to go and photograph. you mean. i would absolutely love to go to somewhere like havana. Istanbul vietnam the appeal. But you think income Will that will be the idea. No yup has done just going back to the show publication. The serendipity vinnie varas. We should talk a little bit more about this book because we have got As the coming on the show yes. Marco several is the publisher. The curators i guess. I'm publisher of the eyeshot magazine and these books which he's just released on. We should probably talk a little bit more about before he comes. I totally agree. Have you ever met markle or only spoken only spoken line. Yeah but Yeah seems like really genuinely lovely guy as we as we touched on is attention to detail is. I would like him working for me. I him on you both working for me. How does our sound. Yeah yeah yeah no problem. We do all the work and you reap all the rewards no problem face for radio. I mean l. The money you'd both being my company. I was that man is if you know what i mean if the salaries roy i would do anything for anything liza not easy but some are like you say some of the books that he's bringing out now obviously we touched on beneath vulnera-. He's also got much stewart. I'm francesco cymbeline. So these are that are coming out. Siegfried hansen who is a. I think he's a german photographer. Susan pack deaths. So she's doing images of the black sea and all the beaches and matt stewart. actually now. that's really nice election really nice collection but yet just just touching a little bit on the attention to detail. When you get this book it comes in a nice box Well it's a transport books but it's still a nice custom-built transport bulks but it comes lovely wrapped in paper and you get three or four postcards with it. As well which specialties. Which i think is a really nice hood comes like in a black envelope. Let me just open yen. You get three of probably needs favorite images i guess. And they're signed. I think that the really nice lovely. It's when i was first started street. Photography i came across i shop magazine and strata of geez nuts like i always used to get. What am i used to the magazines. Wavelength us news ago in magazines. They used to be like a step ahead in terms of other magazines. Just for quality in and just as i say attention to detail and these magazines just brought back straight away just they stand up you know but anyway back to michael so marco as the talent is. That's correct isn't that marcos is also a street photographer himself slow. Just someone come into the industry. He's been there. Been acting a knows what people like in undo and see you know exactly. Yeah i know. He's kind of onboard with all the like lindan street photography festival miami street photography festival the italian street photography festival. So they're all that all push him because they know the quality so yeah. Yeah nine looking for speaking truth. Yeah definitely yeah So what we didn't know. Before making the recording is up. Marco aldo spoke in our opinion quite well english He wasn't comfortable in speaking english on the podcast. So we got a translator involved so that we could have a chat tomorrow without any misunderstandings. And if i believe right we We have to add to. Its lead to see him whether or not he remembers that. I don't know but at least we've got at least we've exactly proof is there. We'll just short but his front door. And i think said all inclusive and take us out for was all right. Good the band the band. Yeah living the dream indeed indeed. Show me bring him home. Let's get him on three pot. Caused seeking chaos. Well hello there. A massive welcome to marcos about all the way from italy. He is the publisher of show magazine. And we have some questions for him today. Done would you like to start it off. Yeah give for marco. How are you fine. fine you get. How's the weather in italy. The matting combined. Yeah because nobody is. Everything is good the whether it's from caustic. And i'm just waiting toktogul combed to woman naples. Perf oh i love the pizza. And nichols i photograph the wedding and they pose last year. Beautiful part of the world. See napoli thirty. She thought that handed juggle matrimony. Please at one of the seats. In italy where there are there is the most the highest number where things i can see. Why very very beautiful. Very romantic place indeed. Indeed see us. Yes indeed. The most beautiful. Yeah so so marcus. Tell us a little bit about the famous. I shop magazine. Where did it. All start to thickening. Chato they love on the the multiple multiple odiele street for griffin. So i saw. I saw thought that we'd like the The really the desire to give 'em value a new value to straight photography the publications. You can tell there's a lot of love and a lot of detail put into them. It even starts with the opening of the parcel which you send to us. There's just so much love and care. Put into that. See a. d. karate ebb The developed of graphical don with darden. It'd be communicated Tonia get goldman. They so them. The publications just the idea is easing the the packaging will these attention to the. It's because the idea is to have publications such a high quality production behind them in limited editions and with these rationale behind that is always the change day video publishing and twenty photography in particular. Okay.

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"marco" Discussed on Impact Pricing

Impact Pricing

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"marco" Discussed on Impact Pricing

"Because if you think about you know if we think about something that we say all the time we say. To accompanies there is thing as an objective value. Your product delivers a certain amount of value in the best possible conditions. And then there is a perception of value to the customer might may have and that perception inferior right because of lack of information. Whatever that'd be okay. So then i'm very careful to say okay that perception that he's smaller is exactly base. The mentions one of the is perceptions about the mean. How much value something give me and then perceptions about the variance. How likely is actually my likely to achieve that me. Right that expectation as a business need to work on improving those things making expectation the mean reach the reality and reducing that there is if i candidate goes if i reduce that variance and i'm being technical icicles now. Anybody who's risk averse with a big veterans states away right. Most of us are risk averse. But if i'm able to take the risk of the customers that more likely to join the marketplace they're more likely to buy for me and just better things happen overall. Okay i love what you said but going through my mind our counter examples and led to hear you talk about him and explain why they why they aren't most of us cellphones nowadays and in the old days we might have paid by the minutes and nowadays we have a bucket of minutes so instead of me paying for my usage or paying for the real benefit. I'm getting. I'm now paying for the certainty that i'm not gonna get overcharged or after pay hundreds of dollars when i make too many phone calls. Yeah so i think does have number of things that could talk about he. S a one of them as this taxonomy defect the looting to rights. I don't really like being charged on a goal basis. And i really like having surprises in my bill so to the risk of being logical. I could say well. what is the real value. That's you looking for in these sort of situations. One of the certainty. So when you body certainty then you have to price in a certain way to deliver that particular cargo value rights and analogy may be. Somebody tells me. Marco i read your book and i really like what you're saying however i just like to own a car. I really really get enjoyment from owning a car. And i say well. You've answered your question if the value driver if the ends you're looking for when you're buying a car is is ownership because you're just like the feeling warning one then you're right you're completely right..

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"marco" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"marco" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"A very special guests to talk about something underrated under appreciate in the world or maybe just something that's been going on. That requires very special attention and this is what we're here for joining us today. We don't know much about this person we don't know his last name, his name's Marco, and he's a security bouncer. For live comedy shows welcome mark. Welcome Arco. Hey guys thanks for having me. I'm really excited for it. Gets it do stuff like this. You know I'm a guy who's in the background just making sure stuff is safe if you don't see me that I'm doing my job. True that Marco. You you came in highly recommend it. From various sources, but we barely know much about you including your last name. What is your last name? I don't mean to start this anecdote. I've never heard podcast before. So I'm really excited about all this but if you guys tell stories on podcasts then. I was working in the eighties for loverboy abandoned enough you. You heard it to a younger. And You know I made friends with some guy in the back was tour bus and I made the mistake of say my last name Next thing you know. You know my mom finds a hawash in on a clothesline in the backyard they've all been soaked with animal blood and so from that point on, I was like no more names light and I'm just going to be from security I'm going to do my job not. Trust people because my job is to be distrustful. Does that make sense? It seems like Did that person have any reason to target you other than just knowing your last name? I'm sure like did an altercation occur just I don't know if I'm asking too much but I'm just curious it's interesting that you'd assume that I do something wrong because that's the energy I'm getting from you but that's all right. The fact is this guy was very nice. We had a nice long compensation. I gave him my last name, and I just put two and two together because part of being a balances being a private detective and I figured that must be the guy who soaked my mother's underwear with animal blood. Yeah. That's a leap to me is why? Guess but certainly you were there I'm sorry. How do you get to your mom's underwear like? Hung up outside that's no I. This. Again, I'M NOT GONNA I don't WanNa get too many details because this is a woman who still lives north of Boston but what happened was I talked to this guy on a Friday night we're having a great compensation talking about bands from the seventy s just being friends. We both had a lot in common. I mentioned might last name by accident two days. Later, my mom goes in the backyard she's got a series my mom's large-breasted woman. She's got a series of bras on the hang. In a couple underwear, they've all been soaked what I believe to be animal blood. So you know I asked to and why is that? You assume animal blood for just 'cause how how, what do you think this guy's GonNa Bleed himself to Jeff I mean I'm just assuming it was animal blood. You know the whole thing sounds nefarious enough to where I don't really have any limits on what blood might have been used in my definitely blood. I mean it was. You know I'm I'm getting the story from my mom. You know I wasn't there I don't live at home. You know she said that he had made like small nipples on both the bras with what she believed the animal blood. And then in the other, they weren't coded. I thought they were coded as the image I got, and I know we're spending a lotta time before this is my this is my mother's underwear first of all. Still a straight a point about the dangers of my job. Why go by Marco from scaredy not to talk about my mother who a large breasted woman a very curvy woman like to talk about her underwear kind of discussed. It's not I mean, it was just all very. A comedy show. Actually have no? Interest It's thirty eight F. Launch. Actually. Very. Well on it but. It's an unusual size. I'm so good why I am not going to on saying she's not going to question why you keep bringing up the size of her chest and the fact that she large bridges that. I don't I mean maybe who knows where this conversation goes maybe Marco you will tell us more about your relationship with your mom. Maybe this says nothing there. I just worry about the woman she just happens to wear thirty eight F with a very strong underwear because she's an older. Has To has to be you know thirty eight F I. Don't like. You don't like how you what you're inferring. Okay. Not In for anything I say we just move move on. Four. Yeah I'm super excited. The have what you're here for as a comedy fan and comedian myself. the why don't you tell us the topic you're here to talk angle well, you know I really appreciate you guys. Let me come on here because like I said I, don't really have a platform and Here's the thing. So I worked in bands for a very long time and then my wife of. Six years. She she left you know you know I I don't WanNa get to the total story but the show at short story she met a Guide Olive Garden they now live in Toronto together. There they do like about children's parties the face painters it's like it's not that funny about it. It's just a tragic story. and. So I could no longer be on the road to voice God bless him Max Alva I'll talk about them. I'm sure I try not to but your did you talk about your kids? And I went to the Comedy Club business because I needed to be home I needed to be able to go home and be with these kids so. Steady gig easy. To travel too far thought it would be you know music fans. So Raucous I thought this will be better for me and. So it's been it's been hard transition, and now that we're in this cove stuff going the pins and there's no clubs open I just feel like this is a great opportunity to talk about how to fix comedy because I've been watching comedy for ten years and I know you might say like Marco, you've never done a second stand in your life. You've never made any bitty laugh in your life, but at the same time I feel like, I'm an every man with an opinion and I feel like comedy needs a major overhaul. and. when I heard, you guys were willing to give me a platform. I was more than happy to talk about it. I love the guests like you because you're right. There would be many people who would like be like eight year nobody to give your opinion but I totally disagree with that because I think you embody two things both the expert but also the every man at the same time because you don't dabble in watching comedy, you are there every night? You are seeing it every night or how however Before Kovic seven days a week I go I go from the factory. To the store to the Shifa Robe. To, the walking I would work just constant rotation of all these famous comedy clubs and how do you when do you get to see kids at this point that healthy choice you made with your careers like.

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"marco" Discussed on When Last I Left

When Last I Left

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"marco" Discussed on When Last I Left

"Didn't want we ask so the Bouncer Punch Z.. Y. Guys like Derek. Now here in the Monday match punched in the face but then he felt bad because it was a harder punch than they the amount of vomit and then we go on medicine for. You actually felt better at that point. I did and and also like like you. You had some energy back in two months so yeah but I mean you were like Kinda scared but you were along for that okay. So we went inside aside and There was a dancer. onstage green she was green and she was kind of shiny. Yeah she was. She was dressed as an alien and Chris was like okay. I kinda dig those moves. Let's go to that girl Song Dance. She was dancing to Of course I'm GONNA say Mostly for you the cover by alien cover off forty it was. It was so good. She was Chris down the front row and she kind of looks at him cocks her head and like drools else draws and leaps off the stage but in kind of like a praying mantis sort of like six like tip for that sexy sapiro. Of course everything landed in your lap which is kind of what the heck I know. Rules are hands off. You can't touch them. They can touch you doc. So she kind of. Did this like weird. Look at Chris in the face curl snapped. It's probably just the base. The snapped it back the other direction. Yeah very chomped on Christmas. I'm still like you're allowed to touch me. I'm not allowed to touch him. Tom Knowing about them that you thought that that was supposed to be scared. Her aroused and we said both. Talk Your Yeah and then and then we were like. We think we've done our jobs. Thank you lady. We actually don't have much money so here. Take Chris Quarters my watch and she eight Eight quarters and then she ate the watch. uh-huh out though you're young. Yeah well you just use them bartels and his hired so fast I was like one forty five in the morning usually nine sixteen gene and we assumed you feel just plopped you in the trunk again. We're like let's let's just take them home off. You didn't want to give blood of course not yet department. I think I ask take me back to the party. But you didn't know that you need a home in like you are already asleep. By the time we got there so cool just three over his shoulder and bed. Yeah and then we went back to the party was a riot. He's originally yeah. That was good. Yeah it's better than the spoon thing so you should have been there. He's never getting Like we woke up we all met at Marco's Solo. Yeah so there we were at Marco's could go their junior polo. Hello all except that I so we are now. We're at the funeral. Do follow that. We all missed it. Okay so I had. There is the goat that was honorific. Standing next to the coffin where Marco that's how you queue it it up for everybody give them some I and I But then I saw that you had your we all brought a goat's because we knew that Marco Polo loved goats and he decathlon with goats right. So that was one of the things that Marco Polo always post on facebook was how much she loved. Goats yes so we all probably ran into Kathleen for the goat. Yes yes yes. Yes so we brought goes to sacrifice. Yeah he would have wanted it that way Marco folow where they're at Marco's and Chris is on stage doing his eulogy stage and Sir we noticed you know the milt. He's starting to laugh and the milk was coming out of his nose. And we're like where could that possibly be coming from But then we realized it was not milk it was like a shining green. Yeah it was weird and then we noticed that Chris was kind of glowing a little bit. We're like this is a like it's becoming really fluid. Yeah it was. It was really funny because Chris stopped himself from laughing. Yeah Yeah but he looked at people and when he would look at someone they would start laughing. It was really interesting so he would. He looked at Marcos Marco's mom that's not amidst you're putting that's that's how she loves and you didn't even laugh at that point I didn't look at Mickey I did and I started laughing right now. You get you laugh. I get this thing. It was weird that I all of a sudden my. I had a forked tongue. And it's shot out and grabbed the Pudding Cup and I swallowed it young the NFL power grabbing. But then then the weird thing happened. Yeah then the weird thing happened where you started working it worked and it was so hard pressed working. Anybody does in the church shattered with. He didn't even see the point. Where you we've got the tassels on you know like all of a sudden all of a sudden you just transform? He was working so hard. That every Marco Polo Marco was dancing and he was shaken but he was good at. There's one point we've got a birth Mark Marco Marco on he's mastered an envelope. That was good. must stay out of the last ten that would be. I think there is a good one last. Have a good one. The energy crisis begins no oil and natural gas resources are dwindling Elon. Musk has made a startling discovery. Chris Borders bodily fluids. Can fuel any vehicle. What now? Every country has declared war on the United States. Everyone wants a piece of our golden goose boy. Golden Goose. That is very interesting. Did this who did it. William Wallace thank you. We have another Elon. Musk one excited endpoint. The energy crisis begins oil and natural gas resources. are dwindling Elon. Musk has made a startling discovery. Any of Chris Porter's bodily fluids can fuel and the vehicle now. Every country has declared war on the United States. Everyone wants a piece of our golden goose. Boy That is looking okay. Great all right so micky what happens. Now Wow Marco Polo was yeah. He was talking. And then the this this was going on for quite a while and we started getting happens now. What happens now? Oh it's breakdown I feel like it's so much earlier. This is so weird. And what are we doing we are talking to the people full. Oh Hi people people my. Name's my name's Jenny. Thanks so much for listening to our podcast I left. We would really love it if you would show us some love Leave us a rating in a review. Yes validated please. We need it we love it we love you. We love each other. We love everything. Happy to visit always happened at this. So weird okay. All right well anyway. What I was going to say before our break that was necessary was that this is going on for a very long time? To the point where we started getting news coverage of this event. Because everything was going crazy the church was only not making making it. Energy in the room was double palpable energy. And what we didn't know was Marco Polo Paulo swallowing spit worked in energy. Yes we know that I knew the job he mostly did do not know he mostly did the decathlon and goat awareness but he also wasn't intern. The German worked very closely with with Ilan. First name basis in back of the church in the far right corner Behind behind the last Pew because he didn't want to be seen amongst cup putting data. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He watched everything unfold around Markos follow. He's everything unfold watching Chris and he's watching this weird little goop. That's coming out of Chris's knows while this magic happens happens. I gotta I gotTA borrow this guy. Let's go so pushed his way through the laughing audience because everyone's on John was giggling no giggling but not the league. It's like you didn't have an effect on him I think he's not but I think he. He.

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"marco" Discussed on When Last I Left

When Last I Left

11:18 min | 2 years ago

"marco" Discussed on When Last I Left

"Was so sad I surely enjoy the the Music ending note beautiful. Don't laugh don't actually think about it's GonNa make you. I think without it in particular the topic submitted was laughing at inopportune time bed. And turn it into the moment when you're feeling bad humor rise up and you're imagining that thing that Derek did last night which leads me to. I'm surprised you're here. Because of the said it relates to like what happened earlier this week because we were at the memorial service for what was the event. Oh it was the The the the decathlon the guy at the memorial service for the in the decathlon guy. He didn't it didn't work out for him to go. We had to go. What was his name? His name was Arca Polo his the name his name was that Marco Polo. I got it we because you I know him from a from a friend if I go. He's he's decathlon facebook friends. So I wasn't going to go to Marco Memorial Memorial. Yeah Marco was the greatest decathlon is. I'm the lead. Since he had no immediate friends. You only had about nine circles of facebook and social media friends. I was asked to give the eulogy and I. It was very difficult to be giving the unit because this is you guys know. This is how it went. I was friends with Marco Polo for so many years on facebook and one of Marco's Polo Rada strengths was his ability to just like every comment that you posted you. Posted had a good day. There was Marco given thank you post. Here's a funny minion quote. What about a water? Oughta there was marco. But let's be serious. Marco truly one of the kindest individuals I had ever seen on facebook. Every time Marco gave to any sort of charity he would make post on facebook. So that I always knew Marco at least ten generally cared about about the world at large. I never met Marco Person But Marco Polo truly my best friend Marco. Please rest in peace the those of you wondering that was actually Marco Polo that Chris did say the copy in my pocket Wyler was trying to give this eulogy The thing that Derek did it I just started thinking about it and I mean like Derek. Erica's you guys know Derek. Better than I do yeah rate hair a lot of money but the money a he he. We were there at the party because we all had Drinking session for drinking sessions ought to Marco. Yeah and so that breath I can delete it but I won't I 'cause we were all there and so is Derek and that was when he did the thing. Yeah it's a and I actually personally didn't really I was like okay like whatever but you just couldn't let it go. Oh the nice thing for spoons loves not really that funny. You're the only one that was allowing. Yeah you guys. He had the spoon. But then like it you you had to be there really but like the spoon like didn't do. It was a spoon. But he wasn't doing the thing with the spoon right yes. It was just kind of stain on his nose. He put the Spin John in his mouth in his mouth. Yeah and then and then it fell on the floor and that got you. Wait wasn't even that you know any. Because I knew where he was going he was going to put the spoon back in his mouth but then he hit the hit. The floor and I was like this guy is comedy genius. Move over. Colbert Kobe. The floor laughing for twenty minutes were up up there giving this eulogy and all of a sudden like the spoon stearns coming back the world and I can't laugh at Marco's Eulogy Funeral Memorial Memorial Service. What am I going to do? And then Marco's mom was staring at you. Yeah we were all staring at him. He was giving the eulogy everyone. Yeah realize like you could see a little bit of milk coming again and we were all one behind Marco's cows the you guys Marco's his mom mom but she was there with her support goat. Yes yes just a quick side. It's actually really fun. If you rewind it because I actually set you up with Marco's yield cow. You thought it was funny. Time Tubing's okay. So we were sending behind Marco's motto and she had her support group group there no polo. Oh Yeah uh-huh maybe. That was another one that will come later on. Was Marco junior very much so kindly leaving so she had heard support goat their MICA junior junior. And even even Marco Junior Paulo wasn't happy. Well like you behind all of these people and so you didn't see it. Someone had given Marco Polo Lomb a Pudding Cup pudding sitting there at this funeral four four Marco Polo Polo Eating Pudding Cup with the spoon. Losing it all all I could picture it was like what if she drops the spoon. Yeah and then. What if she puts it back in house? Yeah the Church Darren come you. It was a it was a service car. Marco Polo Poets Filipov. Ah Whatever it's fine OK. Allies like the point or inappropriate. Things the church pretty much mom takes the cake like that. We didn't realize we hadn't made it to our midpoint yet. We're supposed to get there much. Yeah I liked that intro. Good intro little stopping Chris Thank never works for length. Fill in the blanks for that. Yup Chris has a phobia of strip clubs of course last night. After party is closest friends dragged into the sketchiest place where he could face his fears. Those fears were confirmed when he was bitten by a radioactive stripper. They became a stripper this morning. He woke up with some curious superpower. WHO's Chris has a phobia of strip clubs last night? His Co. his Co. that's closest brands dragged into the sketchiest place. East where he could face his fears. Those fears were confirmed when he was bitten by a radioactive stripper. This morning. He woke up with some curious. Superpowers reunite you all right. So we should ruined for a second the memorial service for Marco Polo Molin job cow. Okay for Marcus. Marco Polo Memorial for the Pudding the Cup back when Derek did the thing with this with this guy and laughing so hard and we were like like I think he is going to hurt himself if he doesn't stop laughing so true. We came up with this plan of like well. Now would be the perfect time for him to face his fears. You GotTa bring me down obviously do that after the break. Yeah no no no. Don't we take a break now. No way down past what happened. We always always do it after. No Oh okay I guess I'm wrong. Okay yes and we throw him in the car. He's still laughing trunk everywhere you guys. Just don't get it. It's the spoon we don't want. It puts you in the trunk. Are you still laughing so it wasn't like you are in a trunk. Trunk is just mind. And we decided to drive him to the scariest place on Earth for him is Gentlemen's Club all strippers Between the four and the play space for all the all the numbers there look like aliens or astronaut. It's Christ scared of New Orleans and astronaut perfectly for the record. I have nothing against anyone in the exotic dancing industry. My fear is actually the fact that there's like becoming aroused with people that I know clothed around me if you like this. Does that happen in Strip clubs. That's weird food for thought about that. I've been to strip clubs. I didn't get around for any particular Ziegler reason but anyway I don't know why I'm on this journey. Yeah let's go go to meet other alien space still laughing until we get to the door and then face drop vomited. Oh Yeah right there the bouncer to derrick come with you because like I was left hard left Jerod spoon trick some funny spoons. No we.

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"marco" Discussed on When Last I Left

When Last I Left

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"marco" Discussed on When Last I Left

"We have to make a story on the fly every week as if what happened to us because it happened to us Always and it begins with Chris. Always doing something stupid. He commits a social social. Faux Pas. And we go from there Chris it from there. Once we hit the Social Faux Pas we have to open envelopes. There's a blue envelope within which is contained a secret from our eyes until we open it contains the mid point one of the story that has been contributed by a listener. And once we find out what the midpoint is we have to improvise the story that happened to us from the Faux Pas to the mid point after that once we get to the mid point we will open open a red envelope. That red envelope contains end points. which is the end of our story and we'll have to improvise the story to? They're more than that. We like to make it extra hard for ourselves and so each episode we introduce a rule that we as host must follow And if we break that rule we are penalized is D- By having to add a goat into the story and when we do break the rule you'll hear this lovely sound let you listeners. Know that we screwed up and must then introduce a goat rules submitted by Alexis. The rule is is Listener submitted and the rule for this particular episode. Is that when someone says Marco everyone everyone must respond with Polo. Yes that rule was actually submitted today by Our lovely friend Joshua welches. Which is Love Your Continue Marco Polo? Aw If things get to cry we've got a button that'd be compressed which takes us into pause land and here we can break the rule. We we can say Markle Marco Marco Marco respond. WHO's Marco no no idea? Yeah we don't get any goats we could just kinda chill here take rhythms ignoring. But then once we're ready to go back now Marco Polo who good but I. The last thing that we get from the listeners is a topic for what the episode is and then usually one of us will write some sort of a theme song about it. This one in particular tied into something that happened to me earlier earlier this week that I think you guys all remember happening but I think we can all relate to it on some level I do want to thank Beasley Wax ins for his There's contributions to this podcast. Beasley Wax Gye Mickey Dillard a laugh quite silence not directly. I'll turn away But here here without further ado the topic episode Song Beam Compares Bakeries. Don't think about it It's GonNa make you urine Church It'd be a bed bed time to where Although it's kind of funny dared said that thing west name Shut milk out of your nose. Don't think about it You GotTa Be Serious giggling pretty soon. So don't.

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"marco" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

2 Dudes and a Chick

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"marco" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

"My Wide Die Nigga act sitting in the back may given up. She Ain't tripping up the body pushy pricked it. Was You and your head if you say something wrong she going straight for your dome and make a Yemen as you got in the back yet as me. I thought Mukunda accrue wind up front. I don't need to do that but kicks back. Plus the rhymes I let them to handle it all the time. I got to bring it back because I came wheat last week. So I'm bringing back something unique that game. You don't be the run in the streets. Hey I give it to you I give it to you. You got close to the edge ties. We'll be back. You got close to the end. I was like what was he going to be running back every time awesome. I'll look I'll be practicing patients. Don't don't over kill it. Just chill abby a this guy being like a real China like really practice on my caters. That's the deal. Man is is patients. Colette the beat come to Yemen. Just ride it out. Yeah you you you you you say. The female liked. I like I like see dangerous on the edge and Zaven. I felt like fast and furious like us going around corners quick. I'm like Oh look at be almost crashed but did he did it on on purpose. Started man thanks for tuning in to check your boy. Pres cavs Aka miss a PhD as the pretty handsome down why all's nahmias Priests Daddy Ryan in a caddy loan leg daddy side of keep your way ladies go ahead and say what's up. Hey any ladies were really going with this thing I was Gonna say I thought we had switched caprice puppet puppet that's like a couple of episodes ago but I guess she forgot Puppet no never well. I'm confused once we doc was up. Yasha girl Tiffany Welcome back welcome to a J.. Fill like says we've been on his Marco Polo for like I see you like Pas de since you've been on what Marco Polo Marco Marco Polo welcome to the crew. You guys are very resistance in all up in my grill and laughing at us saying we all we this we that a- and now y'all stay stuck. He always got his little phone in his hand. Now Marco Polo A air. I'll give it to him. Thank from I don't know how you feel they're als- they're giving it to us. But at this Marco Polo was old like I essay and I got introduced to it via times but seeing you and your girls Chapman it up and just doing I let me take me. Take it back. You weren't resistant. Your friends was resistant I was he was like I get on Marco Polo McGowan thing. I think the CAN Kinda Open we got on that group facetime and that kind of like the cover that I would like to formally say that I am on Marco Marco Polo the lease out of our three. It's still keeping up with arear keeping up with it. Yeah I'm very sure I'm I'm on the League over. We're going to let them stay with just be looking. Sometimes I won't be knowing what to say. ooh saying that. Now know how to end it say enough. Sometimes I'll be having stuff to say a and then I get in it and I'd be like I lost it. Never Mind Manab Yano. Men Is Marco Polo Man. You've got it all turned out on that seeing her girls just kit. You got to do with Andy she wants to do it. Brennan won't do with me. Thank you WANNA do it. She's doing it she in it. So you Marco Polo with them rant said Knowing Marco Polo's all day down she she marco Polo me like six times in a row random streams of thought. Just not texting anymore. Like I don't now the texting has definitely be creased into straight up in your face see. It hasn't with us so we still Bay Texan now. We still texts remarkable. Sometimes do it at the same time. And then we text in the Marco Polo Crazy. I tried to get my cousins. Do I'm like Yo this thing. Did they ever hit you back as to whether it was nine. Nobody's dry up in that group. Might Yo man is really fun damage. Check it out. DRY CREEK IS G. Come around G G come around me and see him get exciting though. You'll be doing all telephone ami and a group known Nega Adam Sandler. He missed his boat. Not even he'll he'll probably get in it and really designed for that now. Yes I'm saying you can't be on Marco Polo with too many people. Because then you are on your phone like the thing the thing about it. Is You gotta be with people that you vibe with to where you can say anything and do whatever you won't and ain't GonNa be like you trip yet. No I'm just saying like Marco Polo is time consuming. Can because you can get caught up. been like a sash. But it'd be so funny because rabbi she works in the evening a couple of nights and then and which means she can't be on her phone she'll pick up her phone. Be Like twenty three Markova. Those are thirty or whenever because it can be me and ashes talking about nothing. Funny I mean talking about nap thing but it do I came from a do bring you closer with your home. Yes yeah it do. I went back and seeing when we started. We started the race to I realize they don't we start at September we. I started back in September and literally on it every single day. He started Thursday every single day. Every single day. Like is part of our routine like I know when I wake up in the morning. I'M GONNA have a couple because riding up first and it had like we know each other schedule. We know where we are. We doing with the kids doing. I just think it's dope just having a random thought you know you can call social media and Going your stories but you look like you know what I'm saying like I do that sometimes too but at the same time they hit him my dogs and do I'd rather do it to them. 'cause you're actually interacting with them as what I'm saying I'd rather do with them and then actually be on social media looking in crazy are crazier than they already think i. I love looking at means on double time. Cause headaches speeded needed up it'd be like he'd be just like exactly peace peace peace love Ga p piece minds. Be Like I'll be in one position. No you're not into the lane. Dial ask us today. I was active today. Yeah because you hit us up and then US talking about us. No it can't go. I.

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"marco" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"marco" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"The different ways that you can think to be able to arm yourself with the habits to live a healthier lifestyle. You know, for example, there's a law. That's eat more way less and they're simple things that I want people to think about some of the things you're using daily basis. Some of the laws you'll read once and you'll never need again because you'll just get it. But eating more weighing less is is really simple plant based foods have a much higher nutrient density and much lower caloric density than animal based foods. So in essence, you're going to eat a lot more food with fiber because fiber only found the plants not an animal. So you're going to be full longer. You're gonna be you're gonna feel satiated, but you actually going to be taking fewer calories and people get that. They're like. Oh, okay. There's no the vegan. They're it's just simple. The more clients you eat the full you're going to be the more fiber. You're gonna take it. The fewer calories. You're gonna take into you want to lose weight. If you wanna drop some fat if you feel better. Eat more plants. There's another one perfection can be the enemy of progress. And that is something that hurts all many people. We talked about a really no one ever gains from Meany eight single Dona. What happens is we get into our heads. And it's really so so to your point. Yeah. The idea is that it's you're saying it somewhat, you know, psychology. It's almost all psychology. Because if you can't get it here, the the habits, your wiring or appear you have you have to create those habits in your mind to be able to live this life to be able to do anything to show up to work on time to be able to perform at your best. You have to be able to condition yourself here in order for this to happen, right because this controls this. So if you can give people these laws to live by I think that once you understand them, you'll be able to apply them. And once you start to apply them, you start greet these habits that will stain overtime. Right. But Marco, you don't understand my life. I got I gotta get up at this time. I gotta get my kids to school. I gotta do this. And I'm barely able to pay the bills as it is what you're talking about. It's going to take up too much time. And it's going to be too expensive. Not only is not more expensive. It won't take up more time. So in the beginning. You know, it's like a room is disaster. And you just keep taking clothes off and pilot, and it just keeps piling in piling piling. And every time you walk in your miserable. Because the room is not the way that you want it to be that first time that you have to pick up the room. Yeah. Maybe takes a little more work. But if you condition your yourself to taking off your clothes, and folding it and putting it away or putting it in the hamper. It will always remain the way you wanted to. So that instead of always living in that miserable state. You're living in a state of bliss, and it's easy because you've condition yourself to you've programmed your your habits, your environment.

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"marco" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"marco" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"And so I do believe that anyone who is cooperating with them winning or unwittingly is doing the work of a foreign intelligence agency harmless. But I know what you're getting at Roger and all all that stuff. I can also tell you, and frankly, I mean this, you know, in truth, not in the spirit of nastiness. The media wasn't winning in this too. Because the media reported breathlessly on a lot of the revelations that were leaked that we know we're now the product of the work of Russian intelligence, and all of us need to be wiser when we see this thing or something hits your inbox or another reporter's inbox from third party source that we don't know who it is. We have to be careful that we are not doing the work of the Russians or some other intelligence. Agency, that's trying to undermine us. We all need to be wiser about this movement. Should it be a crime working with WikiLeaks? Well, took a question. I think certainly if your wittingly doing it. I it should be considered a such. I mean, you're participating in the work of a foreign intelligence agency. But one of the keys that they do is unwittingly. It's not like they have a sign at the front door. That says, you know, we're we are an instrument of Russian intelligence that we're being used by Russian intelligence for this purpose. But that's why I've supported the special prosecutor and the work they're doing I think it's important for them to finish. We'll have all the facts before us, and then we can render judgment. I think it's a real big mistake. Trust me to jump to any conclusions until Mr. molars workers done. Senator Marco Rubio Republican from Florida, thanks for coming on your views with you when we come back as the Democrats twenty twenty they're likely to find themselves forced to navigate big differences among their own voters. They're more divided than you might think the three pads for democratic candidates in two thousand twenty that's next..

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"marco" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:56 min | 3 years ago

"marco" Discussed on KCRW

"Marco werman. That says the world he's made the case on Twitter. He gets crowds at his rallies chanting build that wall. But tonight, Donald Trump try something new a primetime televised address from the Oval Office another chance to make his case for a border wall. The administration says this is a crisis Trump has even threatened to invoke emergency. Presidential powers to deal with it. We're gonna talk about emergency powers later. Let's start though by setting the scene ahead of this White House address with marina Keti who covers immigration at the Washington Post and the border reporter for K P, B S and San Diego ginger aero gene was in Tijuana yesterday just across the border in Mexico in the main migrant shelter that the Mexican government had set up at its height. There were three thousand people there. Now, there are only about seven hundred. So the numbers have dwindled greatly. And I'm being told that it's largely because so many of the migrants are applying for temporary work visas through the Mexican government. And so. They're getting jobs renting rooms throughout the city. Many of them have gone home because they're so frustrated by how hard it is to get into the United States legally some of them have found their way across the border. But one thing that is interesting is that these temporary work visas. Hundreds of people have applied for through the Mexican government. There's a question as to whether that might affect their asylum claims in the United States of smoking to various attorneys who say that the US government may use the fact that they had temporary work visas to try to deny them asylum saying that they had settlement opportunity in Mexico. But it's it's unclear whether that is actually a legal argument because it's not permanent resettlement in safe third country. Mexico is not considered a safe third country. Like for example, Canada. Is it reality is you have these backlogs hundreds of families who have to wait in Mexico for their turn to ask for asylum in the United States. Often in very dangerous conditions, for example, Tijuana where most of the Meghan caravan is staying is currently seeing record high homicides and a lot of these asylum seekers from Central America. Don't feel safe in Mexico. You had two teenagers from the migrant caravan kidnapped tortured and killed in December. So the reality is that this is a really precarious situation for migrants themselves having to wait when many of them fear for their lives. We gotta remember the government shutdown as well, which was prompted by Trump's unrequited demand for money for his border wall Maria, how shutdown been affecting customs and border patrol is and the various government resources for migrants. There are certain things that have to be done the border is still being patrolled an ISIS still detaining tens of thousands of people. I'm going to have to feed them and care for them. And they immigration courts have to deal with hearings for detained people. But in general folks are saying that it's slowing down. A system that Trump has wanted to speed up cases are piling up in the immigration courts are going to have to be rescheduled there only four hundred or so immigration judges for anywhere from seven hundred fifty thousand to one million cases that are pending. So it's hard to know how things will go. So it's interesting Adam Schiff, the democrat from California in the house of made the point knee says I've been on the intelligence committee for over ten years on terrorism and other threats have received more briefings from FBI CIA and homeland security than I could count. How many times have any of them said we need a wall across the southern border zero. So that data point for shift zero a lot of the data Trump uses when he's talking about immigration has false can each of you named one factor statistic. That maybe Trump is ignoring that, you want listeners to keep in mind when they're listening tonight for me, it's just when you have people who are desperate to get the United States. They're going to find a way to get in that that's with the numbers have shown since the nineteen ninety s when we saw the first fencing. Oh, we have more than six hundred and fifty miles along the US Mexico border. And what that has done is it has rerouted illegal immigration into very dangerous areas into the desert where people die of dehydration into the ocean. We're seeing an increase in in drownings here in San Diego. People trying to get across the border that way through the reality is there's just no hard evidence of the effectiveness of these walls to actually stop these flows overall. So your point is that the US has been here before tried this before and it's ineffective. Right. I mean, it's just it's just we've been going through this for decades Maria. What are you either going to be listening for in Trump's address tonight, or one fact that you want us to keep in mind as we listen border apprehensions argon routinely more than one million people a year were apprehended at the border in the one thousand nine hundred and the two thousands. I think the peak was one point six million in two thousand and that was a year before the September eleven terror attacks. And now, they're. Down to about four hundred thousand roughly so they're down significantly. But there's this other situation happening, which is that tens of thousands of family. Members are crossing and two children died last month alone. Which is a stunning fact and the chicken border patrol officials, and you know, Republicans and Democrats alike. So I think those children have become the faces of the crisis that exists that there are families crossing that migration has changed and the question now for the government, not just the Trump administration. But you know, Democrats and Republicans alike is how are you going to address that crisis in a system that was built in his still prepared to handle largely adult men do either of you expect any movement on this now that Democrats are in control of the house. I mean. You're at that press conference yesterday on the border. So so yesterday leading Democrats held a press conference on the border. They're investigating one of the children's deaths and they warn the Trump administration, you know, not to use his emergency powers to fund a wall. And they say that there are better solutions to deal with this crisis. It's just really unclear because you have the fact that these children died in US government custody, but at the same time, you have these images that the Trump administration uses for its own messages, for example, the migrant caravan, and if you do see another March to the border in another incident of tear-gas, you just you don't know what the Trump administration is going to do with those images to invoke fear to invoke anger about quote, unquote, national security crisis. When in fact, it's a lot more complicated than that. That's reporter, gene Guerrero from K PBS and San Diego and Maria Keti who covers immigration for the Washington Post. Listen to the rhetoric and the two parties seem far apart the democ. Kratz put out a statement that said Trump's speech tonight is likely to be full of malice and misinformation. Meanwhile, vice President Mike Pence told CBS news that Trump is speaking the truth about the border. We.

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