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"matt ni" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

08:31 min | 4 months ago

"matt ni" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Until it looks safe to move remember facts? Don't count when you have God's Word on the subject which is the essential part of why this liberal obsession with facts matter in you know trying to argue fact checker convey it will never work right. It will never ever work. They don't care it doesn't matter how many of them get diseases like into churches and stuff like That's not what this is about You're playing the wrong game It's about stopping people from falling into these weird colts like in helping them get out but convincing them. We'll never happen arguing with them. We'll never work this is. This is the facts don't matter it's God's Word on the subject that's what we're fucking dealing with here And it's awesome in good so as essentially the CEO is on TV network. Jim Never let facts get in his way on one occasion when his network found itself owing twenty thousand dollars with nothing in the bank. He wrote a bad check and send it off to the station manager. Enough money came in the next day to cover the balance. So Jim kept on doing the same thing and he would tell this story openly to people look at how good. God is. Look at how great you know. My faith is that I was willing to do this. But he was just writing bad checks. Shelburne come on like a crime which is absolutely a this is check fraud. He just got lucky but yeah. He bragged regularly about check fraud and he would always leave out the fact that like this wasn't he wasn't really just throwing himself into the wind and trusting in faith. He always had telephones plan for the day that he would write these bad checks so he knew that the money was going to come in any a pretty good understanding of how much he could bring in but the fact that he was just throwing himself on God's mercy you know that that that drew people to him that was part of the fucking appeal that was part of the rift. So yeah it's good. Yeah and it's awesome and Jim's message to his followers doing stuff like this was that in their own lives. Financial Caution was an act of religious heresy. And even if they couldn't afford it they should keep throwing money at Jim Baker and his his operation which they did at the end of nineteen seventy seven. He wrote a short book titled the Big Three Mountain Movers. Now it was angled as a book of like Biblical Financial Advice and the like he told his flock that God wanted them to have money and would provide it but they had to provide God with tests. Faith I and this was essentially. This is not an original idea for Jim. This was an evolution of the ideas. That oral Roberts at had started and Roberts was maybe the greatest preacher of this era. We'll have to do an episode on him at some point. His great innovation was the idea of seed money. Which is money that you pay oral Roberts that unlocks God's blessings idea of seed money. Is You want something you need something. You're broke and you're desperate. You can't make the mortgage. You can't make rent you take all of the money you have and rather than using it to buy food or trying to like set up a payment plan you throw you give that to oral. Roberts whatever preachers telling you and that God will see that that expression of faith and he will turn that expression of faith into a seed that grows a tree that will return more money to you and that's because like oral has a direct connection to God that yeah. Yeah Yeah I mean. Essentially the idea is that That's what it evolved into. Is that like you know. I have such a great connection to God. I think initially it was just this idea that like if you if you prove to God you really trust him by throwing all this money at his church and not thinking of your own financial needs he will take care of you. So that's good and healthy and sounds legit. Yeah sounds legit and this becomes the fundamental idea behind the Prosperity Gospel. Which is today one of the most? I mean all of the preachers trump's around some with his. His religious adviser tells her walk. Yeah you have to donate your first month's salary to my church every year like even if you can't afford it because that's how you prove to. She's married to she's married. Yeah yeah some fucking one of the musicians from what is it a from the guy that wrote all the hit songs. Yeah that's a real bummer. Because I have great memories of drunkenly singing journey in stride. What sad sad tale we should we should execute people once they make a great song. Just get out of there. Don't let him ruin anything just like this memories. Yesterday's a great tune into the chamber. You go where you draw the line. That's all right. Let them right one more song. You know who else supports mandatory executions for great artists? They don't know. Oh well. This is an ad plug here's products. We've quickly found ourselves in tough times that none of us could have predicted a couple of months ago. The economy's in a rough spot because a Kobe. Nineteen and small businesses and individuals are experiencing really hard time with their personal finances too. That's why we've ramped up how to money episode releases two three times a week because people need money helped now more than ever. Yeah Joel. The virus has taken a toll on our whole world man. It's awful seeing the health. Impacts and the economic hardship has been really tough for a lot of folks too but we take a positive and optimistic approach. And we're here for advice and help as people seek to navigate the complexities of moving forward. Yeah every week Matt Ni- breakdown timeless money trues as well as timely money information that you need to know to put yourself in a strong financial position making it easier to weather uncertain times like we're currently experiencing. That's right important. Money Advice three times a week that you can start implementing today so listen to our show. How the money on the iheartradio APP APPLE PODCASTS? Or wherever you listen to podcasts. We're back so we're talking about the Prosperity Gospel as a child of Oral Roberts and Roberts was a regular guest on the PTO club and Baker shamelessly stole his idea for promising Godly people. Blessings in exchange for cold hard cash He'd held telephones before. But in the late sixties and early seventies they'd been pretty normal kind of like the stuff you see on NPR or whatever not NPR but like public television like where they'll do these regular fundraising drives. Give us money and we can keep doing this. That was how it started though. Yeah yeah he was pretty normal at first in an evolved into him promising his audience that they would get rich by making him rich in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. He harangued his viewers. Many of you have never given because you really don't trust God regularly one of the terms you'll hear a lot in these kind of preachers is prove God by doing this by this donation like you prove the existence of God by throwing US money it it. It seems profoundly sacrilegious to me an atheist but what do I know what the fuck do I know So he promised that God would reward their donations. One hundred fold and he would also throw eternal life into the deal and said things like I mean. That's about the best deal ever heard in my life. You get rich and you live forever all you gotta do. Give me your rent money fucking awesome that this is legal. I can't I can't overstate would a good thing. It is that this is fine. I bless United States. Yeah Perfect Society So Bill Perkins. In administrative for resigned his position in nineteen seventy eight after he grew disturbed by the fact. That money's seemed to be growing increasingly central to decisions that Jim Baker made so a lot of the people who like sign up early will say that this was a legitimate religious enterprise at first and Baker really believed in it it. It turned into a gift and that made and that's probably true. I'm not an expert on it. I'm so critical. I guess of all of these guys that it's hard for me to believe Jim. Bakker had good intentions but he may. He may have a lot of people believed he did. And there were folks in the seventies who were like. You have changed. I can't be a part of this anymore. I'm going after doing the puppet shows and everything he's pretty. You know. Pretty legit. Yeah I have trouble believing that the puppet shows were gripped.

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"matt ni" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"matt ni" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"He's like who'll be in Australian journalists in the Radio Media Room Alongside Matt Ni- I've heard the phrase a KUNA turn more times than I can count today. Art Career did look good goods. Abe is very focused performance. He's he he referred in this post much press conference that we went to to replace you with his focus and it was very. It was pretty chippy. Press Conference Curious yeah but I I. It interpreted it as well just a continuation relation of his focus. He doesn't want to get baited into anything I think he knows how easily baited his and finally yeah didn't just was just hitting everything offered at the policy now just defensive from the are enjoying her here in John John McEnroe of now become a bit of an item been wanting a ye. Yes absolutely and curious just really just not been interested until civil. They met up and he realized you know actually he is kind of cool in his own way even if he is a bit of an old bloke I didn't think he'd be ages it just been the classic because McEnroe clearly wanted curious therefore could not possibly cool to want something. That's right Eh. But now he's realized he can be the bigger man by just accepting a little bit of money. John McEnroe's pledging one thousand dollars for every set one by curious this tournament. I think curious was touched speechless. Literally speechless didn't say too much about it. In press he just said Yeah. That's great really just didn't want to get drawn on anything impress. He's wearing a Bandana. Yeah we are We have a colleague friend who works. ATP The and was going to do an interview with Caritas Afterwards and that an interview turned down in the end and it didn't happen and and Saddam colleagues that he was relieved. It didn't happen because he was going to have to ask her to take his BANDANA. which given because it wouldn't it was it was? It was the camera and it wouldn't have makes me laugh in tennis. Players were using camps literally. Can't see them face. Hi still there. They've got shadow over them. Despair thought this you can see their faces drop when play walks in and a cap and you know that not going to remove exits on for sponsor.

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"matt ni" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

05:17 min | 9 months ago

"matt ni" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"Speaks to me on so Wow Heidi the way you put words together and the way you say things like how you articulate a feeling is incredible I'm wow thank you guys. Wow Haiti truly am. I love that I love that and I love that at you as a person I do. You take time for yourself to do things and work and take Joe Johns to ride and and I love that. Have you always done on the. Yeah pretty much I mean. Well since I yes I always have. It sounds like a practice like A. I don't think that comes easy so it sounds like you've doesn't consciously carving it out when when my son was one years old I was like okay. It's time I just it. It became more important once I had children. Yeah and so what kind of time do you take. I usually go away for about three nights a maze and I and I really don't talk to anybody and a a I'll say vanilla please and that's about it. I'll go into town and right and this last one was really potent. I was working on some new ideas around books. I was just listening more deeply. I binge watched fleabag God the greatest when you could add to your list of hunger of things things to do. I'm hungry for that praise. God I know that priest porn went up one hundred and twenty percent. He was Andrew. Scott that was saying that I heard that time for us women you know. Of course he's gay. That's comes to shock and I that is that feels like an issue to get over right right right like he's Gay I'm married. Don't those would even be attracted to me and I go if he weren't gay we'd be acting like even though he's gay it's not the end race not off the table. T doesn't know I exist on the planet. We have `stem obstacle. Yeah some work to do but I think there could be overcome. Yeah anything that were true. Love can overcome any between to solve mates. The Laskar crushed. Yes have you ever a couple come in and think these signs ain't GonNa cut it together not so much these signs and GonNa kind of together people right. I mean really like what you see. How they're using the signs like you see how they're embodying chart and any any chart can go with an hr like it just? It can happen as long long as you're willing to keep evolving with that person but sometimes you see an unwillingness in a couple or you see like they've come to the end of the road like it's clear or the great one. Oh wow good luck to you. Heidi tell us how we can. Listen to your podcast and about your book will more time. Yeah it's the radiance project. Rectum anywhere you listen to podcasts. and New interview people and kind of explore through their chart. Yeah lately what I've been doing just doing shorter ones and I'm doing listener questions so everybody's writing in and asking and I'm doing a poem to start off in that I'm doing listener questions and then if you want something like that but not online do the snapshots which by the way I announced when I was here last doing these little astrological snapshots and when this came out last time I was like at a conference working working from six in the morning until lakes all night long at this conference and this came out and your listeners were so amazing and started ordering them and I was like Oh boy boy because I didn't prepare them anyway it was very. Everything's come out in the people's sites crash on my own. Inner site crashed. But but I do that too. I do Sun rising snapshots if you don't know your son when rising transits and you can find that at Hidehiro. Those aren't quite as expensive as the full ring. Eilly I I would suggest someone euphoria. Maybe it's the first time but of course that's such a beautiful way to get some information without it being expensive and lots of people lots of your listeners are doing a snapshot first. And then they're like. Oh Oh we do the full reading in your book. The book is wild compassion. You can buy it on Amazon and also the other other book this beckoning ceaseless beauty and you can buy that on Amazon to you. Guys Eighty push someone book an ice. Ah Dot com great under astrology. And Yeah I mean all the information is there and then I'm also doing retreat in October. Come to Ohi come to Ohi. I this this one's all women next one and marches men and women amazing and it's in October and that's on the website to remember June. Tried to get all of our closest friends and spouses awesome like a sexual retreat. Now finally someone was like. Oh No it's like three Bonito. It's better to light. I wanted to ask you and it's like maybe it's best for that one intellect Kinda go to a different not all your closest friends. I don't think I was asked. The idea passed to many people. It was like Matt Ni- She's like should I ask all the the girls and their husbands still like get into couple therapy through the stars. I was like Oh man. Thank you so much thank you. We Love Yeah. I was so much fun by Casey through stars I sure will..

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"matt ni" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"matt ni" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"It's Matt Ni- and then Shannon who's our ops manager in front a whole bunch of stuff and we actually had call with her this morning and it's very similar. It's yeah having core group in especially one. I feel you can kind of bounce ideas around from their own skill sets because we have our own kind of you know what we're focused on in our perspectives <hes> so it arqes with the three folks. It seems like this has been the best culture we've had in our business and that's important even to the other people all working remotely there still is a culture like you said and with the leadership team their key people or qualities of a leadership team that you can recommend yeah definitely I wouldn't want anybody on my leadership team who was not emotionally intelligent so I would want to a want into know that they are emotionally intelligent and that they truly do WanNa grow in the organization and help the organization grow not just say it because I'm a firm believer and I say this constantly as we judge people by what we don't judge people by what they think they say only but what they do right so and the exact same thing with ourselves and with our leadership team we don't judge ourselves by what we think. We're GONNA do or but what we say we're GONNA do. We can only judge ourselves by what we've done in the past and and what we've now have proven that we're going to do in the future and great leaders understand that so they understand it in themselves and they understand had a see that and other people so they don't get jaded by somebody who comes in with a resume who says Oh my God look I you know I worked for the president of the United States and then I also I also built five companies in my own and I also did this and now I wanna be your receptionist. I think it'd be the S. receptionist and you know it's not what they say. It's not even what they think. They're going to be able to do but show me what you've done in the past and great leaders know how to see that and read it in other people yeah do you ever do you ever build leadership teams that span multiple companies or does every company of its own leadership team inside of it. Oh interesting question so we in the venture capital firm. Certainly we have a stockpile of people that we can that are there are such great leaders and so good at what they do whether it's a C. E. O. C. O. C._T._O...

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"matt ni" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"matt ni" Discussed on The Working Experience

"There yeah he built all the bridges I mean literally built you know totally changed New York City and that he wrote the Lyndon Johnson Johnson Bucks so this book has just called working. It's a very short book like two hundred pages. It's about as process how he writes and there's some interviews this different excerpts and things like that but what caught my eye was he was talking about <hes> like the civil civil rights peace with Lyndon Johnson and he had interviewed one of the civil rights leaders African American guy who had worked with Martin Luther King whatever he said Lyndon Johnson called him one time at ten thirty at night. He was still in the Oval Office working he he would call people like two o'clock in the morning. Guy was just nonstop and I contrast that with today where our president apparently by six o'clock is in bed with a cheeseburger watching himself on television so I think he's watching himself on television periodically throughout the entire day right and I think at six o'clock it's kind of like the days officially over he's in bad but he also has a tendency to wake up at three A._M.. In shootout some tweets not not to call people to get things done tweet to send it on Craig's engine yeah so I don't know I would just contrast that so not to get too far afield from the weekend weekend from my perspective <hes> stop thinking about work. Forget it. Whatever you could have gotten done this week? It'll wait till Monday probably Tuesday during the summer right absolutely absolutely and listen if you if you <hes> you know Matt Ni- put out <hes> chew series <hes> one on meditation and one on on sleeping and if you're having trouble <hes> during work you can always listen to that will help you get into a deep meditative state or take a nap at work on my yeah my meditation podcast ideas about fifteen minutes <hes>. I don't like to you know on me. I don't like hyperbole but I'll just throw out revolutionary. Maybe groundbreaking groundbreaking something like that. I Guess New Angle New Angle on things but that's me I look at it through a different Lens newly and and work is spiritual. It's it's it's your. It's your soul. It's so work. If I could sum it up at a word I would say sh okay sh hey that's a yeah or or Ticket Easts <music> to coin a phrase from my my new hero big time Tommy take it Isse <hes> all right folks. We'll have a wonderful weekend. Don't work to hard. Don't worry about Monday. You'll get to it and and <hes> just make sure your credit cards ended up so you can party it up or not or go in there like a true champion knowing that it's going to be declined and just save Save Save in the moment.

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"matt ni" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"matt ni" Discussed on WWL

"Went into the bathroom. Covered up with a mattress to make darn sure that they didn't get hit by the storm. What if there wasn't a storm? What if the alert was well, it was an alert, but it didn't hit you stay with me. I'm going somewhere here because I'd say, well, I'm just glad that it didn't hit me. Right. But you would be behind on your show. Right. Right. Your neighbor would be further ahead at they're watching dead to me on Netflix. Great show, by the way, your neighbor would be ahead. But what it the next time there's a big storm. The neighbor doesn't pay attention. You do. Now you're falling further behind, but what at the third time that tornado actually hits now they have no electricity. And they wish they had paid attention. You follow what I'm saying? My point is if you don't build a plan to deal with market risk and to deal with volatility. You may have friends who are fully in the market, and they'll get ahead of you when the times are good. But when the bear comes out of hibernation, they may be the ones who are mold build a plan to reduce risk, build a plan to create income build a plan to fight inflation. You may not be as far along as somebody who's a big risk taker, but in the end, you may end up with a house, that's kind of hurricane proof, if you will. Our number is two to five seven nine one five seven seven three. If you have to sum up in a nutshell, what we do is, we help people, retire and give you the confidence to spend money and stayed retired by creating income, and creating a written retirement plan. So, you know exactly what you're paying how much risk you have, and he gives you permission to spend in retirement. That's what so many of you need the permission to know you're okay to spend again, our number and our retirement, money map is a phone call away at two to five seven nine one five seven seven three. When you come into visit with us at Presley wealth, you're not going to be sold anything first of all, you're going to be greeted with a smile. I mean, more importantly, anything you're going to be created with a smile, then we're gonna we're to sit down, and we're going to have a Cup of coffee, or I bought a water soft drink probably hot cookies. Maybe. Popcorn sometimes ice cream it really just depends on the day and in what is your pleasure? We're going to sit together, and we're going to talk, we're going to talk about your goals, and your dreams because let's face it retirement is about living your dreams, right? You've worked hard a longtime. Once we can have that hour and a half conversation than our team goes to work and I'll say team because we truly do have a team here. You might think that it's just, you know, Matt ni- working together with no other visors in the office. You know how can we be in Mandeville? How can we be in Denham springs at the same time, but we have a team and let me tell you, our team is designed to create an excellent service experience. When you walk in the door, you probably have your digs up. It won't take long for you to realize you can take them down. And by the time you leave you're going to have a smile, your heart's gonna be, you know, happy because you didn't try to get we didn't try to sell. Tell you anything, what we did is we said. Okay. Let us create a plan and let us help you all you need to do is give us a call and take that first step. Our office number is two to five seven nine one five seven seven three. It's really simple and it's.

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"matt ni" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"matt ni" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Into a network great case study of this so lie. What am I most successful projects was under attrition company called shear strength and a that company? You know, I will I came up with a lot of the ideas behind that business. I came up with a lot of the network for that business. I crave a lot of those opportunities. But none of them would have actually happened headed not been for my partner. Matt none of. And probably also wouldn't have happened. If it wasn't for me when Matt I came together there was rocket fuel. Because he had a skill set. I had a skill set. We brought them together we are made to connect with one another. We are made to rely on one another and Matt ni- be enjoy hanging out. But we're very different. So we complement one. Another tout supposed to be if you and your partner are exactly the same one of you is a relevant an unnecessary. So that I made way more money being connected to Matt than me trying sear it out all my own. Your relationships are your power else. Talk about what your power can get lost in what to do about it. And it leads us to number three. The biggest thing that saps people of their motivation momentum and their power is when they. Compare themselves. Is a double edged sword. Our brains know how to do one thing. And it's compare what's hot, whatever your brain. Things is cold compare those two that's how it evaluates. What's beautiful, whatever your brain compares to the opposite? What is fit your brains work on they work on momentum? They work on trajectories. So that's made in comparison. Here's her I was here's where I am. That's either improvement or not. That's how your brain knows how to evaluate things. But we live in this world of Instagram Facebook, and Snapchat, YouTube and were always comparing ourselves to what is going on with other people what we think is going on with other people..

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"matt ni" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"matt ni" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Sanon Ofra investigation. I'm Cindy Burkey. That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty Representative. Mike Levin of San Juan Capistrano is launching a task force to address safety issues at the Santo FRA nuclear plant. The move follows publication of two reports that claim the nuclear waste storage facility is fatally flawed. Edison tells the coast news the reports are full of false statements, and that there's zero possibility of a radiological catastrophe at Santo free, an Oregon man arrested in the stabbing death have alumnae sa- resident is scheduled for arraignment today at the courthouse in on lamesa. Police say genealogy testing was used to crack the case in the murder of forty seven year old Scott Martinez who was killed with a machete in his apartment in two thousand six in sports Englishman, Justin Rose, a won the seven point one million farmers insurance. Open yesterday at Torrey, Pines golf course right now skies are clear. It's fifty two degrees at Lindbergh field AM seven sixty K FM be talking breaking news. News. This is America in the morning from Westwood One news, I'm John trout. Coming up this half hour, the shutdown is over in. The new chapter begins should never have shut down. Again. I'm Linda Kenyon, Washington, did Trump, cave and reopening the government. Matt ni- national chairman of the Republican liberty caucus shares. His thoughts with jimbohannon Swoosh will once again be on the front of major league uniforms in two thousand twenty I'm John Stolnis. Tokar winds down under LeBron out of the record books. I'm Robert workman, your DNA plays into how much you weigh. You might call them skinny jeans. I'm Jan Johnson. David Daniel has the Hollywood minute. We're back after these messages..

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"matt ni" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"matt ni" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Talk six fifty. Welcome back to Jim Bohannon show. Eight six six five zero JIMBO and again, Matt ni- of the Republican liberty caucus. It seems to me that Robert Mueller is hitting in maybe the same area code as the Trump campaign. But I don't see yet again any proof of any Trump campaign collusion with the Russians and this is the best. He can do. Maybe it's time for you've just a folders tent. What are your thoughts? Absolutely. Yeah. No. I agree. I mean, again, this is another, you know, these charges have nothing to do. There's no direct tied to the president. These are all things that happened after the fact, you know, what they call process crimes. In again, you're you're over a year and a half into this investigation. You've got the full force of the federal government. The guy's got basically an unlimited budget. If there were something there, you would think it would have come up by now. So I'm inclined to agree with you in in. Maybe that's what this is about. Right. Is this is all they've got in there. Pulling out all the stops just to show like you say in terms of numbers eight we've indicted this too many people they had the does the dozen Russians last year that will never come to trial or anything in the United States. This is just about them being able to show some sort of body count in terms of we've been dated this many people and keep the narrative going and speaking of sharing have to wonder whenever the final report from Robert Muller does come presumably in this decade. But whenever it does come if his files won't just all wind up in the hand. Of the Jerry Nadler, the chair of the House Judiciary committee and Adam Schiff, the chair of the house intelligence committee, therefore become part of some impeachment effort. So I can easily see the effort even though it won't be an Esa -sarily in the form of a special counsel's probe, but the effort will continue right on to the next election day. That's great. Great, right. You can see. I mean, I I don't know. I don't know how you would spend that say, well, the FBI didn't do a good enough job. So now, we as congress are gonna some better. But I think that's exactly why that that again. Dale Bill continued to pursue this to keep the story alive from a media perspective. Yeah. And of course, they don't have to do it better. Or even as well as the FBI there are at least, theoretically in courts of law certain standards of proof and the like, but as Gerry Ford once famously noted the standard for impeachment is an impeachable offense is whatever is declared. So by a majority of the house of representatives at any point in time. And so now you could easily get this democratic house to impeach the president on spitting on the sidewalk. Clearly that is not the same thing as being convicted, which would require all forty-seven democratic senators and twenty of the fifty three Republican senators that's not going to happen. It'll be removed from office. But I give three to one odds that he'll be impeached before this year is out. Right. And it just goes to show the like like Sharon was saying earlier that the level to which we sunk in terms of turning politics and policy differences, you know, turning those into like, you say using the legal system, or you know, in this case impeachment to get your way because you have a policy disagreement with someone. Yeah. That that is a very unfortunate circumstance. I I don't know if it simply escapes that Democrats that the shoe could be on the other foot, but but good heavens. I mean is this going to become the norm? Now, we disagree with the incumbent president, and as long as the public keeps voting the straight paralysis ticket and putting one party in charge of the house or the Senate another party in charge of the White House. The in in perpetuity all presidents may assume that they will be impeached. I mean that that is not the purpose of the the impeachment clause of the constitution. Right. That's right. I don't think that's what they had in mind when they when they invasion checks and balances, right? So no, I don't think so, of course, one of the problems with with congress these days that that they know all about checks, especially campaign checks. They don't know that much about balances. So for what it's worth, we'll we'll talk some more with our guest. He is Matt ni-. And again, he's the national chairman. The Republican liberty caucus one eight six six five O, JIMBO as we look at the extremely high handed manner in which Roger stone's house was assaulted this morning, and we can report, by the way, no government casualties there at Omaha beach. We'll be back in a moment. I used to leave voicemails for myself because the only one I could trust to get something done. Right. Was.

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"matt ni" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"matt ni" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"First appearance after his arrest by the FBI Friday morning. I will not guilty to these charges. I will defeat them in. I believe this is politically motivated investigation. A longtime. Trump associate was taken into custody at his Fort Lauderdale home before sunrise law enforcement with heavy weapons. Standing out on his lawn and approaching the door the arrest. The results of an indictment by a grand jury on charges. Brought by special counsel Robert Muller that indictment alleges that during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign stone sought stolen emails from WikiLeaks that could damage Trump's political rivals doing so at the direction of someone prosecutors described as a senior Trump campaign official and later line about it to congress as Damon from stones attorney said stones misstatements were due to forgetful nece, and they found no Russian collusion or they would have charged him with it press secretary Sarah Sanders, had the first reaction from the White House. This has nothing to do with the president and certainly nothing to do with the White House. This is something that has to do solely with that individual. And not something that affects us here in this building these I haven't again stone include one count of obstruction five. False statements and one count of witness tampering. Stone has served as an on and off political adviser to Trump for decades, including the early days of the presidential campaign in August, twenty fifteen Trump's campaign said he fired stone stone claimed he quit stone is the sixth associated President Trump indicted in the Mueller probe in Washington. I'm Karen, j what eight six six five zero JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six as we are in the company in this portion of the program with Matt ni- an entrepreneur and political activist founder and immediate past chair of the Republican liberty caucus of central east Florida and the organizer of the boulevard tea party's national chairman of the Republican liberty caucus, Matt. Thank you for being with us tonight. Thank you. Appreciate it. I note what Alger Schuette's the Harvard law professor has been saying that this whole arrest of the the swat team approach to all of this with weapons drawn and pounding on the door was according to Dershowitz a show nothing more than that. And this is the quote from Dershowitz you arrest this guy in a dawn raid handcuffing put him in shackles. And then you don't even ask the judge to raise the bail two hundred fifty thousand dollars, which is nothing bail. Clearly, this was just a show an attempt to put pressure on him, unquote. Alan Dershowitz, what do you think? Agree completely. And I actually posted something very similar to that. First thing on Facebook this morning when I saw the news story broken very clearly an attempt by the government to intimidate. Roger stone's. It's it's it's really quite outrageous. And it's it's very scary that we've reached a point now where you know, basically politics is you're being criminally prosecuted for having a particular political view, and you know, that that it's just seems very brazen to me that they're they're going to these lengths, and incidentally, CNN just happened to be there. Is that the greatest digging of by by reporters in Washington since Watergate, or do you suppose could it possibly be that something about this raid might have been leaked to C N N? Well, sure. It's very obvious. You have all of this. You know, biased. It's been seen over and over with the tax from page, and all these other people that beers clearly a bias in the FBI. There's no question that at the top levels of the FBI. I I wouldn't say that every agent necessarily is biased. But politically appointed right? The top echelon. One eight six six five O JIMBO our number one, eight six six five zero five four six two six as Sharon calls in from crane, Missouri on the Bohannon show with our guest, Matt ni- of the Republican liberty caucus. Hello. Sharon. Hello, jen. I have never seen such a dog and pony show in my life. It's what I have seen with ride your stones arrest and other procedures at the FBI and Justice department have been conducting this is. This is third world country. Of of a prosecution of going after people we're not supposed to prosecute people for their political beliefs in this country. And that's exactly what is happening. And if we ever get a constitutional convention, I'm on it put into the convention that every single person that runs for congress that elected president. I don't care as long as they're part of the government. They have to submit ten years of tax returns because I would dearly love to see how much money Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid. Feinstein has made off the US government. I'm not sure I don't I don't know uh. Okay. Appreciate your thoughts. I doubt that that the Diane Feinstein's or or Nancy Pelosi's have had to make much money off of the federal government. Both of them are independently wealthy off of the private sector. But it would certainly be interesting die would have no problem with that. Matt matinee? Well, I think yeah. I I'm not sure that you need to put that in the constitution, the campaign campaign finance laws make some of that, you know, the the ability to kill choir. Some of that information as far as what was their net worth, you know, coming into office versus what is it when they leave, and obviously we've seen over and over, you know, people go in congress or a US Senate seat being worth one thing. And they come out, you know, multi multi millionaires after sometimes even only a few of service. So there's no question the point the point is well taken I'm not sure that the cost. We'll come back, and we'll talk some more about just where the Robert Mueller probe is going. Because again, it is still I in in in terms of of artillery from back when I was in the army, Robert Muller may think he has the president bracketed, but he has yet to actually land on target. He's been doing all around the president with people often in very peripheral positions. He's indicted, a number of Russians who will never, of course, see the inside of US courtroom. And in short, I'm beginning to think that we are going to see this this entire Muller probe end not with a bang, but a whimper we'll talk more about that. When.

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"matt ni" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"matt ni" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Appearance after his arrest by the FBI Friday morning. I will not guilty to these charges. I will defeat them in. I believe. Politically motivated investigation. Longtime. Trump associate was taken into custody at his Fort Lauderdale home before sunrise law enforcement with heavy weapons. Standing out on his lawn and approaching the door the arrest. The results of an indictment by a grand jury on charges. Brought by special counsel Robert Muller that indictment alleges the during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign stone sought stolen emails from WikiLeaks that could damage Trump's political rivals doing so at the direction of someone prosecutors described as a senior Trump campaign official and later line about it to congress as England from stones. Attorney said stones misstatements were due to forgetful nece sand, they found no Russian collusion, or they would have charged him with it press secretary Sarah Sanders, had the first reaction from the White House. This has nothing to do with the president and certainly nothing to do with the White House. This is something that has to do solely with that individual. And not something that affects us here in this building. These haven't against stone includes one count of obstruction five counts of false statements and. One count of witness tampering. Stone has served as an on and off political adviser to Trump for decades, including the early days of the presidential campaign in August, two thousand fifteen Trump's campaign said he fired stone stone claimed he quit stone is the six associated President Trump indicted in the Muller pro in Washington. I'm karen. One eight six six five O, JIMBO our number one, eight six six five O five four six two six as we are in the company in this portion of the program with Matt ni- an entrepreneur and political activist founder and immediate past chair of the Republican liberty caucus of east central Florida and the organizer of the boulevard tea party's national chairman of the Republican liberty caucus, Matt. Thank you for being with us tonight. Thank you. I note what Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard law professor has been saying that this whole arrest of the the swat team approach to all of this with weapons and pounding on the door was according to Dershowitz a show nothing more than that. And this is a quote from Dershowitz you arrest this guy in a dawn raid handcuffing put him in shackles. And then you don't even ask the judge to raise the bail two hundred fifty thousand dollars, which is nothing bail. Clearly, this was just a show an attempt to put pressure on him, unquote. Alan Dershowitz, what do you think? Agree completely. And I actually posted something very similar to that. First thing on Facebook this morning when I saw the news story had broken is very clearly an attempt by the government to intimidate Roger stone. It's it's it's really quite outrageous. And it's it's very scary that we've reached a point now where basically politics you're being criminally prosecuted for adding a particular political view, and you know, that that it just seems very brazen to me that they're they're going to these lengths, and you know. Incidentally, CNN just happened to be there. Now is that the greatest digging of by by reporters in Washington's Watergate, or do you suppose could it possibly be that something about this raid might have been leaked to C N N? Well, sure. It's very obvious. You have all of this. You know, biased. It's been seen over and over with the tax from stroking page, and all these other people that there is clearly a bias in the FBI. There's no question. It was at the top levels of the FBI. I wouldn't say that every agent necessarily is biased. But the politically appointed right? The top echelon. One eight six six five zero JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six as Sharon calls in from crane, Missouri on the Bohannon show with our guest, Matt ni- of the Republican liberty caucus. Hello. Sharon. Hello, jen. I have never seen such a dog and pony show in my life. It's what I have seen with Roger stone's arrest and other procedures at the FBI and Justice department have been conducting this is. This is third world country. Heights of of prosecution of going after people we're not supposed to prosecute people for their political beliefs in this country. And that's exactly what is happening. And if we ever get a constitutional convention, I'm on it put into the convention that every single person that runs for congress that's elected president. I don't care as long as they're part of the government. They have to submit ten years of tax returns because I would dearly love to see how much money Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid. And Barbara Feinstein has made the US government. I'm not sure I I don't know. Okay. Appreciate your thoughts. I doubt that that the Diane Feinstein's or or a nasty Pelosi's have had to make much money off of the federal government. Both of them are independently wealthy off of the private sector. But it would certainly be interesting. I would have no problem with that. Matt matinee? Well, I think yeah. I I'm not sure that you need to put that in the constitution. The a lot of the campaign the campaign finance laws make some of that the ability you can kill choir. Some of that information as far as what was their net worth coming into office versus what is it when they leave? And obviously that we've seen over and over, you know, people go in congress or US Senate seat being worth one thing. And they come out, you know, multi multi millionaires after sometimes even only a few terms of service. So there's no question the point the point is well taken, I'm not sure. The answer. But we'll come back, and we'll talk some more about just where the Robert Mueller probe is going. Because again, it is still in in in terms of of artillery from back when I was in the army, Robert Muller may think he has the president bracketed, but he has yet to actually land on target. He's been hitting all around the president with people often in very peripheral positions. He's indicted, a number of Russians who will never, of course, see the inside of US courtroom. And in short, I'm beginning to think that we are going to see this this entire Muller probe end not with a bang, but a whimper we'll talk more about that. When we come back in just a moment, let's.

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"matt ni" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"matt ni" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"And again, Matt ni- of the Republican liberty caucus. It seems to me that Robert Muller is hitting in maybe the same area code as the Trump campaign. But I don't see yet again any proof of any Trump campaign collusion with the Russians and this is the best. He can do. Maybe it's time for your bluster. Folders tent? What are your thoughts? Absolutely. Yeah. No. I agree. I mean, again, this is another, you know, these charges have nothing to do. There's no direct tied to the president. These are all things that happened after the fact, you know, what they call process crimes. In again, you're you're over a year and a half into this investigation. You've got the full force of the federal government. The guy's got basically an unlimited budget. If there were something there, you would think it would have come up by now. So I'm inclined to agree with you this. And maybe that's what this is about. Right. Is this is all they've got in there. They're pulling out all the stops just to show like you say in terms of numbers eight we've indicted this too many people, you know, they had the does the dozen Russians last year that will never come to trial or anything in the United States. This is just about them being able to show some sort of the body count in terms of we've been dated as many people and keep the narrative going and speaking of sharing I have to wonder whenever the final report from Robert Muller does come presumably in this decade. But whenever it does come if his files won't just all wind up in the hand. Ends of the Jerry Nadler, the chair of the House Judiciary committee and Adam Schiff the chair of the house of committee therefore become part of some impeachment effort. So I can easily see the effort, even though it won't be necessarily in the form of a special counsel's probe, but the effort will continue right onto the next election day that great right? You can see the I mean, I I don't know. I don't know how you would spend that say, well, the FBI didn't do a good enough job. So now, we as congress are gonna some better. But I think that's exactly right that that again. They'll continue to pursue this to keep the story alive from a media perspective. And of course, they don't have to do it better. Or even as well as the FBI there are at least, theoretically in courts of law certain standards of proof and the like, but as Gerry Ford once famously noted the standard for impeachment is an impeachable offense is whatever is declared. So by a majority of the house of representatives at any point in time. And so now you could easily get this democratic house to impeach the president on spitting on the sidewalk. Clearly that is not the same thing as being convicted, which would require all forty-seven democratic senators and twenty of the fifty three Republican senators that's not going to happen. He's lucky it'll be removed from office. But I give three to one odds that he'll be impeached before this year is out. Right. And it just goes to show the like like Sharon saying earlier that the level to which. Which we sunk in terms of turning politics and policy differences, you know, turning those into like, you say using the legal system, or you know, in this case impeachment to get your way because you have a policy disagreement with someone so. Yeah. Yeah. That that is a very unfortunate circumstance. I I don't know if it simply escapes that Democrats that the shoe could be on the other foot, but but good heavens is this going to become the norm. Now, we disagree with the incumbent president, and as long as the public keeps voting the straight paralysis ticket and putting one party in charge of the house or the Senate another party in charge of the White House. The in in perpetuity all presidents may assume that they will be impeached. I mean that that is not the purpose of the impeachment clause of the constitution. Right. That's right. I don't think that's what they had in mind when they when they invasion checks and balances, right? No, I I don't think so, of course, one of the problems with with congress these days that that they know all about checks, especially campaign checks. They don't know that much about balances. So for what it's worth, we'll we'll talk some more with our guest he is Matt night. And again, he's the national chairman of the Republican. Liberty caucus one eight six six five zero JIMBO as we look at the extremely high handed manner in which Roger stone's house was assaulted this morning, and we can report, by the way, no government casualties there at Omaha beach. We'll be back in a moment. I used to leave voicemails for myself because the only one I could trust to get something done. Right. Was me. You. It's me remember to order safety, goggles, grabs and go on your way home. 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"matt ni" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"matt ni" Discussed on KTRH

"Welcome to Texas business radio. This is episode one hundred if you can believe that I'd never really thought we were gonna get to episode one hundred. But here we are. I'm your host Matt register this is Jay curry sitting over in a co host chair. We have a great show for you today about wealth management. We're gonna talk to some very very smart guys that you know, when you spend your entire life building up a company, you have a liquidity event, you end up with a pile of money in lieu of your company at the end of that transaction, these are the guys to make sure that you hold onto it. They make sure that it lasts. They make sure that it does everything you want it to do. And we have some really really good ones scheduled for you for the rest of the show. But for right now. We won't talk a little bit about Texas business radio. This being our one hundred episode this being a benchmark for us. What do you think j oh man is it's been fun and way over our expectations when we started. I mean, thank about our dream was to may be proved the concept in Houston and in a year. And in a year, we were all over the state and three years was our goal if we were lucky. Yeah. And it didn't take take that long. We've we've had the opportunity to get in front of some very very interesting guests. Yes. And. Both of us when we started this show. We both have a passion for helping that entrepreneur grew his business, and that's not easy to do. No. And you're right. That was one of the common threads was unionized separate, but exact interest and trying to help businesses grow. And wow, we've interviewed over four hundred people I think the numbers more like four hundred thirty five people think about that. That's just truly amazing, and it's so much innovation in this country. And showcasing these businesses and kind of learning how they did it and the little tricks and the luck that they hadn't trials and tribulations. I've just enjoyed it so much Matt it's been fabulous. Well, what's been? What's been interesting to me in particular is is every one of these companies are remarkable for a reason. Right. And all of those reasons are different. They are all world class. It's something right? Right. And they're all world-class at different things right in it. You know, they aren't good at everything though. Right. Actually, very little. But what they are good at. They're very good at and that's the gave sure. And some of the some of the advisers we have on have the ability to help these entrepreneurs through rough patches in their business like like, no other. I'm not sure fifty seventy five years ago that all this stuff even existed as far as some of the fractional services that are available now and some of the trusted advisers that can really take your business to the next level because and we've talked about this at length a business owner is good it, whatever it is. They do they're not necessarily experts on finance IT or marketing or or sometimes it pays to bring in a professional for this. Right. Absolutely. And we've had some I mean top notch. World known people on the program to talk and help our listeners understand some of these things. Just spend just powerful people. I love our national showcase where we bring national speakers in. I mean, there's real power with some of that. And we didn't even think about the legends. Where we bring in people are really legendary leaders or the profiles. You know, the things when we started the concept of kind of had that idea when we started, but we had no idea of how many there could be. Now, we bring somebody under five or six themes. I could fall into notes no doubt about that. You know, it's over the last two years and one hundred dollars for weekly shows is just shy of two years. So we're just shy of our two year anniversary, but just having the opportunity to go to some of the events that we've had the opportunity to go in and broadcast from. You know, what comes to mind is like a big visage executive summit in in Houston. And in Dallas that we've been able to go to these events with like eight hundred CEO's in the same room. I mean, this is a this is a very powerful room right with a wealth of knowledge and be able to get some of that that knowledge in an impart. You know, for some listeners is pretty pretty remarkable and special I think, and I think what has kind of surprised me like the very large San Antonio manufacturing association that we went to and the turbo show here in town. These people also love the concept of what we're doing and they like to tell people of their success, and they like to share their tricks of the trade, and it is just been fabulous. No, no, no, no doubt about that. You know, we were talking right before the show started movie. It's like, okay. What are we gonna talk about? It's her hundredth anniversary. We need to talk about something. One of the some of the things that we have planned or I don't know that we're in a position to be able to tell a lot of details about one of them that we can is a a remarkable regular segment that we're going to have once a month starting very very soon brought to us by our friends at Salesforce in this is going to be called spotlight on Texas innovation. These are the absolute industry disruptors that are getting started in Texas that we're going to be we'll bring to you very very special guys. Right. Yeah. Topnotch people with very interesting concepts and disruptors is a good word and people need to listen to and each each week because that's going to be hot. Stop knows just start to. We've got so much coming down the pike. We do have a lot coming down to pike. And we have a lot of. Special segments special segments for something that we didn't start with that. We realize there's a lot of value in being able to bring a two to three minute special segment during a commercial break that is a tidbit of information that you can actively put to use in your business right away. Right, right. It's I call it best practices, and there's a whole litany. I mean today we're talking about wealth management. There's best practices for CEO and how they manage their money. Okay. I do one on coaching same concept. You guys do one on for CFI that's on murders. And yeah, I mean best practices. That's what our listeners wanna hear. That's what they need to hear. And that's how we can help them. Become better leaders. Yeah. No, no doubt about that. But we want to take a moment. And thank you. For listening. We want to thank our sponsors because without them. None of this would be possible. If if there's something that this show can do for your business get in touch with us. We're always interested in partnering with very high quality companies that that we can help each other a chief their goals. I mean, you know, we're happy to go to world class business events around state. We're happy to make sure that people know that they exist so reach out and get in touch with us charities. Also, we we like to showcase when we started the business. We said that we're going to be a good business practice farm ourselves and supporting charities is one of them every company ought to be doing that. I think we've done well on that we could do more. If you've got a good charity. We particularly focus on the three areas that Matt ni- focus on which is what returning vets women in K abused and children at anything in those three. Areas. We would love to showcase them and help them right before maybe a bit a fundraising event or something like that. That's another area. That's been a surprise. We've had an impact on. Well. And people have heard us say, you know, a thousand times over the last couple of years to whom much is given much is expected in our our CEO's that are in our audience and ourselves have been very blessed and have been are in a situation and in a position in life to where they can affect the outcome from others, and they certainly should. So if you know of a of a world class charity, give us a ring, let us know we would love to get an introduction of those folks. Thank you again very much for one hundred episodes. We're looking forward to another great. You know, the next hundred is going to be even better. Yeah. No, no doubt about it. We can see that now. And we encourage people to come be a part of Texas business radio. All right. Well, hey enough about that. We're going to get to the actual meat of the show right after this break. Thank you again for listening..

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"matt ni" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis

Wall Street Oasis

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"matt ni" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis

"All this great knowledge sharing this real opening co system, and and then you look at music and it's like it's stream -ly, especially then extremely closed environment. There's less seats at the table for artists so they don't share their process. There's no, there's not even tools to share the process. Musicians kind of software is very desktop, heavy and kind of like still living generation behind. And so the opportunity that was was there I, I also talked to some music friends might my friend John from the disco biscuits, his he had become a programmer. Actually after kinda group may success in he was, he said to me one day to, whereas get hub for Abelson and and that was kind of like the the big like, okay. Everyone's thinking about this, even the artists are thinking about this, and I had met my co-founder, Madame Manetti down at a conference in Columbia, and we decided we knew we wanted to work together, but we didn't know what on what exactly. And I kept this on a list of ideas that was just like, do it was it was basically like, do not do list because it was music. And you know what I realized is any of the other south that seemed more rational from a business perspective was just not getting me to put in the nights and weekends or the getting me out of bed in the morning, all that kind of stuff. And I needed to stay on working on things I was passionate about. So splice was was born between Matt ni- and you know it was really designed to at, I b. you know, get help for music and. You know, we learned a lot through this process. We learned a lot that we can't just map became just build the tool and then drive a change in culture because you built the one tool. Get hub stance on top of get which stands on top of SVN in many other version control systems and software before that at a whole culture of years of collaboration and being open. And and so we started out with with version control system, but then we quickly learned we needed to do more to kind of map the needs of the music creator to this opening co system concept. So splice evolved from there and added on a service called place sounds which is a library now over two million samples and loops. And they range from just like little drum shots to, you know, compose to, you know, loops of of melodies and things like that and that they resonated with right away. Right. Because the concept of using sounds and sampling sounds, they understood that to me. It was a lot like using each other's code libraries in the programming world. And so we kind of built the kind of spot. Defy of that..

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"matt ni" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"matt ni" Discussed on WJR 760

"Ball as I told you and, but I didn't expect that Matt ni- I. Mean you can't help but like the guy fell I felt like we'd been golfing buddies for twenty years and so now he owes me every. Time we got something you wanna. Talk about engulf that's why I've already paid twenty so I figure you? Still owe me, what the. Heck. Are you bud. I'm doing well thank you. Happy, open championship week. This is gonna be exciting yeah it sure is I'll tell you what would, I when I heard tiger was. Hitting three irons? Two hundred? Ninety yards yourselves young what are you kidding me. This is craziness and they're talking about. Four hundred fifty are drives on Those hard. Fairways over at Carnoustie yeah four. Hundred fifty or three woods as well at tiger just went iron iron? Birdie off the, first hole. So. All right one. After books kept his driving. Over, the green and. Three hundred fifty yard par four so it's just gonna it's gonna look a, little different than I think what. We're what we're? Used to? But it's still going to be fun just like. You and me pal We're definitely not going to look. A lot like what's going on Well you know, they're saying that the fairways were faster than, the greens and the you know the. With a hardness that's possible but I haven't played golf over there you have your your word, Ireland right now on my way to Ireland tomorrow morning tomorrow morning But you've been there would've had the, greens really faster they slow, it's different kinds of grass right yeah well you know I think they've. Done a pretty nice job of of the setup at Carnoustie accounting for these these crazy heart fast. Fairways Tony fee now is just interviewed, on the golf. Channel and he said he. Said these are the hardest fairways I've ever played and it's not even. Close so so knowing that the players are managing sort of what's happening on the ground from the fairways I think they've made. The the greens? Much more. Predictable they do have control degrees. Your, Gatien systems, don't exist like they do over here from TD green so they, are at the mercy of other nature for, for a large portion of what goes. On the from the agronomy standpoint is that right they've never they've never gone to the full Well sprinkler line immigration Irrigation system like? We, have courses here It varies place to place so in some cases they they will have some set of sprinklers, just to, try to keep the grass you, know alive, to bridge the gap between you know breaks. In rain if they really need to and that's just I think that's probably more the exception than it is the rule. On majority of the courses over there they don't go big long, stretches with, high heat and no. Rain you know for the, most part so when they do happen you. Get. This, conditions, like we have now. Yeah well it's it'll. Make it interesting look these touring. Pros? They, know, how to, adjust though right man it's, you, know you may hear them complain. Hey this is this is tough in this is bad and I, don't like the ball bouncing that much but. They, know how to adjust to it well the ones at the top of the leaderboard No If the guys are bothered, by you, know we see this during the week to the, USO but if guys are bothered by bothered by the situation of the.

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

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

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

"Of the more controversial types of phenomena in the world of entrepreneurship the practice known as multilevel marketing it's got some other names direct sales a lot of times comes into it trying to think there's one big one it's triangle shaped triangle plan triangle yeah that's triangle scheme i saw sali's strategy yes something something to that affect well come on people are on the edge of their seats what are what are we really talking about matt we're talking about currently legally functioning pyramid schemes it's true also sometimes called ponzi schemes you might recognize them if you tuned into the television or the radio during the made off scandal you may recognize various forms of con jobs that have existed in the past and recent history and in older history and you may wonder what's what's the difference between these multilevel marketing things and these pyramid schemes are they all the same to answer that question i we have to ask ourselves what multilevel marketing or m l m so that matt ni don't kill ourselves trying to always pronounce that tricky is we have to ask what these things are how do we define them so here are the facts yes so a multilevel marketing company or a an entity that functions in that way it's it's really a general term and it describes these strategies for marketing that these companies use in the us these nonsalaried human beings their workforces all non salaried and they sell a product or service whatever the company is peddling while the earnings of the participants are derived from a commission system that like most of the money that the people working for the company are not drive from the sales their drive from the commission that you get from the sales yeah yeah this is where you hear the allegations that something appearance game yes so specifically direct sale company might use this strategy to encourage existing distributors to recruit new distributors into this network into.

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"matt ni" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"matt ni" Discussed on TechStuff

"For an original daddy's and demi gods source book for advanced dungeons and dragons and i think holy cow that's the source book that still has lovecraft monsters in it as characters for michael moore cox elrick saga in it this was before the copyright lawyers forced tsr change it i have to have this book i decided that i am willing to pay up to one hundred dollars for the source book because i'm a collector and the current bid is let's say thirty five dollars now my new bid does not autumn actually make the price jump from thirty five dollars to one hundred dollars instead ebay will reference whatever the maximum bid was for the person who set the thirty five dollar amount and if thirty five dollars was the maximum ebay will bump up the price to a small amount above thirty five dollars let's say it's in five dollars increments so if someone else bids against you but they bid below your one hundred dollar maximum you will automatically outbid them a little higher higher than their bid so let's stick with my example to explain this better and let's consider this scenario met frederick and i are in a bidding war for this adhd source book this is a totally believable scenario by the way he has placed a bid on the item before me i haven't even seen it yet he sought any bit on it and when i go to the item i see that the current bid price is thirty five dollars now while they don't know is that matt frederick's full bid the maximum bid is actually fifty dollars it's showing me thirty five dollars because that's the lowest increment above whatever the reserve price was so i place my maximum bid of one hundred dollars and this is what i am willing to pay for that source book it's kinda what i feel like is my maximum i don't wanna go over one hundred when i place my bid it's as if matt ni are in a really fast paced bidding war so his bid of thirty five dollars i up to forty dollars but because he's has max.

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