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"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

11:25 min | 3 months ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Serve and servants. Servants Servants Serve Beyond People's radar. The best way to get we know how to get on people's radars. You show up for their facebook lives you comment and it and it doesn't have to be like oh. I'M GONNA spend three hours a day commenting on facebook. I I think I may have spent twenty minutes a day most days engaging their contract when blog comments were thing I would comment on their blogs There's a way blog bought. Nobody comments on blogs anymore Okay what I smell is an opportunity for the picker under. Wow I wanna be I WANNA be. The one of four hundred. People who commented on. Facebook stopped liking posts actually comment not wishing people are happy birthday on facebook. Shoot him an email. Shoot Emma tune attack. You can have a few got video again. I'm trying to speak to both. I've got some connections in like I just started in my niche. I've got nobody Engage with their content. Take a picture of of you with their book. Posted on social media Tagged them like all those little things but then I wanna sure of a very specific strategy actually because these specific way that kind of got me into where I'm at the very genesis of what. I'm doing now Seven years ago or so I I saw a call to action from getting Jeff Coins. Pretty well known blogger said. I'm looking for stories of people. Who Have you know come from like having a crappy career to being in a successful career was like well? That's Kinda me so I filled out the application interviewed with him. He was in the books over there. The Art of work. I think it's chapter twelve or thirteen or something in all chapters about me and Fast forward about what the book writing process. It was like a year and a half before. The book actually came out so the book was coming out in. March of two thousand fifteen December of two thousand fourteen. I was I was promoting Michael. Hi this before Michael. Become a client promoting Michael and I did really well but not like outstanding and then get finished sixth or seventh in the leaderboard and I was one spot ahead of or blow jeff to everybody in the top ten this is the thing I replied to the final email with the leaderboard. I replied every single person on that leaderboard and I said Hey. Congratulations Awesome job. Something like that. I think I even created like an image Canada like some Z. Mccabe I think it was fireworks donning. Camac sister treated an image. It said like congratulations. Don Congratulations Ray. Congratulations Jeff and I replied to that email will of course they see email because it's in that threat is in that subject line right. You know of the one that they definitely open. It was the email announcing where they finished on the leaderboard. Everybody opens those if well Jeff saw and said Hey. Can you talk tomorrow and like? Oh you're jeff going yes I can talk to another guy into become one of my best friends in the Space Jonathan million we connected because of that email. He's like man. I've been seeing what you're doing. I've been wanting to connect with you so we ended up talking for like two hours. This is Jonathan. I starting mastering together. We've been friends that we promote each other. We made literally hundreds of thousands of dollars. Three other All from that email. Wow Jeff said. Let's connect I talked to him the next day said. Can you run my book? Launch said Yup been wanting to get into the space. Let's do it so he's like a like a week later like I need a number. I need a number Tell me what the number I need to go publisher and tell them how many. How many did you sell last time? He's like three thousand just for the record as you guys know. Less than point zero zero zero zero one percent of authors will ever sell three thousand bucks. Oh Yeah I'm not diminishing but three thousand and they go like thome fifteen thousand. There's no way I'm telling him. Fifteen thousand dude. You'RE CRC our lunatic. I thought like what are you doing as like tell him? I actually fought him over and I was like well. Listen I'M GONNA TERRY? Now you're going to do fifteen thousand. I'm actually not going to do this. I'm not going to sign the agreement. If you don't say fifteen thousand okay. Told Him fifteen thousand to twenty thousand books you made every bestseller list out there So naturally six months later he's having dinner with Michael Hyatt Lewis House and also on the email that I sent. The reply was Ray Edwards about six months later Ray Edwards became a client. That was how that email led me getting Ray Edwards on my podcast. Old podcast That podcast interview led to me getting him as a client and so am becoming a dear friend. Yep and then so he's having dinner with Lewis House Jeff going says about six months later Lewis Calls Liam say. I got my book coming out in about six months school of greatness which went on to be a number two near Times Wall Street Journal Bestseller Yes I can six months later Brian Tracy reaches out says. Hey I'm launching new book. Can you help yes? I can't product launches. You know we started doing We did raise and Who fruiting raise but Michael Hyatt's so of course Michael reaches out and says. Can you run our launches so we did that for a few years? I mean that's that's really how it works in this world In any world for that matter you you you know you hustle and you hustle and you hustle and you bust your about to get that one connection in as soon as you get that connection if you do right I worked MY BUTT OFF FOR JEFF. I was by myself with one assistant. Well and You know by the next by the next one we had you know me and Mark Mark and Robin and my wife started doing more stuff and then I had like four sisters and so they've got this whole team but I worked my butt off because I knew instinctively. I don't know I never knew that it was gonNA lead to Michael Hyatt or was GonNa lead to Ray Edwards or was gonNA lead to Louis House. I just knew that if I hoped. Jeff hit fifteen thousand books twenty two thousand if I helped him. Fifteen thousand books. He's GonNa Talk He's he's spread the name around and start and that's really what it comes down to. It's like you know you you get on one good podcast. You know I mean I've now I've been on the hustle and flow chart on racing veteran. This man you know. I don't entrepreneur in fire in passive income in Ray Edwards. You look at the list of top twenty five. Manage Marketing and management I think is the category now Podcasts building like half of them. So like a big thing. It's not like a big deal for me to reach on. Sierra these podcasts can be on yours and they're like yeah you know and that's how it works you just gotTa get that one. And how do you get that one? You get that one. Because I don't think that Jeff Jeff would not have asked me to run his book launch. Had He interviewed me about what I do for a living I would not have reached out to him about him interviewing me for what I do for a living had. I not been following him on twitter in seeing that and take an action and it's like so what was it Atlanta. That was at the email I sent was the fact that I finished high on. The leaderboard was at the scene that thing on twitter which quite frankly was dumb luck because I follow. I only follow like seventy two people but still the odds of me seeing any individual twitter about one in ten term. You know Back then like what was it that got it was all of them. It was literally it was every single one of those things that got me You know to to be able to do that and so it kind of takes. Is this persistence. Such just like the follow up follow up earlier. It's it's It's so cliche. Gosh it's so cliche but it's that that image. It's it's in my head every day like I'm doing something and I get tired and remember this image You we have the saying back when I worked in sales and one more call. I'm just GONNA do one more call. And when does that stop? I don't know and then do one more than I do. One more but it's that image of the guy you know we all know this. The one guy is like hammered into the wall and there's the other guy walk in the other way with his hammer and he was this close to three feet from gold thing. Yeah yeah it is so cliche. Which blow got you to the gold was at the last one or was that the other nine hundred ninety nine and so it's like you just keep doing all the things you comment on their facebook you you you. D M them in like little things that stand out like. Don't be one of four hundred people commenting shoot. 'em DNB. Like here's how your post touch me? I liked this episode. Because everybody listening right now. Just tell you right now. Go pick one of joy matt's last fifty episodes preferably this because it's the best one but listen to it in detail in fine something you know and just find something that they said and then reached out to them and say. I mean when you said this. Here's what it did for me. Be a success story for them. You liked don't just go leave rating in review do that. Please help their podcast. Liberating Review on. I just did that call out for like that's great. That helps them reach more people. But be the guy to them if you're rating in review your your one of your one of many if you're whatever you're one of many Reach out to them and say I loved it when you said this. Here's what it did and I thank you thank you thank you and now you've I it's I I don't think of it this way. But it's like a point system now you've got one point out of fifty And then you when you see them at an event when you see them in an event and you're like yeah. Hey Matt McCoy you're like wait. Sent me the email three months ago like we have a subconscious brain. It's somewhere in there now. You got like eight points because you know they met you at an event and then you know then you engage with them and you wish him a happy birthday and All these little things that you can do just to connect with people on on a human level I mean that that's how you do it and I don't know I don't know when you're GonNa hit fifty points it's it's GonNa be. It's GonNa be in conversation where you accidentally end up sitting next to Joe at dinner because you have a mutual friend that you went to high school with and Joe Plays you know squash with. I don't even know you'd be surprised. How many people on our podcast have come because of somebody? We went to school with new. Somebody else introduced us to somebody else. And then that's the thing that you know. Suddenly HE JOE OPENS THE DOOR. And says what do you do Well I run a company. That does this. What my Gosh really like. We need a company that does that for us. how do I give? How much do you charge votes? You Know Twenty Thousand Dollars Rate I. Can I write you a check right now? That's how this stuff happening. It is was it the fact that you were dinner maybe was what was it. Did that if you hadn't have wished Joe Happy Birthday three years before. Maybe this never would have happened. I don't know because you would have dinner..

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"We reached out to ask them about that originally because we love their tool so much we wanted to somehow. Shanta more light on the data. So it's really cool. Check it out. A H REFS DOT COM and basically check out their content to the Great Youtube Channel. If you check out H. Reps their channel. They're learned a ton about SEO just by watching Youtube Channel. Oh yeah they literally give a ton of Seo strategies and you know spotting opportunities and gaps indebted data. We'll make a list in future episodes this sponsored our show last year actually and like each one. We made a new nugget of like a new training. You can use in Seo and the new trips as to basically speed up the process So they're youtube channels great for that they have a blog as well and So check him out a traps dot com and get a love it. 'cause WE LOVE. Ya See you Mr Matt. How you doing Matt Williams that he's doing awesome. Gotcha yeah man. It's long time. No see you know all of a few days ago or so in Florida. Whatever it was if it gets been like two weeks but yeah it already feel like it was a while ago but it was like literally last week so lack of sleep thing and distant memory. Maria Florida past. Yeah so it turns out if you don't sleep for like forty eight hours straight. Then that window feels like a long time ago weird effect. Yeah Yeah We got I think we rocked two hours in about forty eight hours so that was I am too old for that. In fact I've never been. I've never been young enough for that. Come to think of it. I like the no point in my life when I reflect was like I could do two hours. I've always been like A. I need my six and a half to seven at night every night. Oh yeah so that was kinda tough for me. I praise the Gora folks that were up for some were saying forty forty hours straight or something like that. I mean you gnarly. I don't think a lot of people that were watching the livestream realized. Was that when that livestream started. We'd all been masterminding for like twelve hours. Prior to that. Yeah rich had not there. It wasn't like rich. Woke up at four five in the afternoon or you took an afternoon. Nap Like No. We were bus knit The whole team had been busted. You know since early in the morning and so then I mean. It felt like we just went. I know we went back to the hotel for all of like thirty minutes You know I went back like change shirts in late on the bed for like ten minutes. We call the kids and then we were there. You know I mean it was just like yeah. I don't I don't WanNa do that anytime soon. Are Pass on that. Yeah well let's I mean all obviously we've been chat a lot about richest stuff leading up to this point too so we'll I'm sure in. Our intro will preface a lot of this stuff chatting about. I was just thinking. That's my stuff like listeners. Have no context for all your just well. We always recorded intro after the episode has been recorded. And so we sort of tee up everything that we're about to talk about awesome so let's just start doing. Let's just I'm going to run your podcast for a year. Let's just start telling stories in the middle of them right now. Now I'm GonNa make notes of all these things these and shit all right. We talked about that. But you I mean you engineered all the affiliate stuff.

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Annette Rodrguez

Latinos Who Lunch

08:54 min | 5 months ago

Annette Rodrguez

"Hello. Latinos will launch audience. This is the first time I think I've ever done an interview without shoes. The reason is because I am heavily engaging here in Honolulu and the reason why I'm here in Honolulu is because I presented in a panel on native resistance. Bud Bud enough of that. I wanted to introduce my guests. We have a small interview. And it's a person that I talked to you about before. If you remember number we had a conversation with annuloplasty they librarian Of the IR collection at the Newberry in Chicago. And we talked about anti-colonial gestures and and you've heard me say that over and over again not talk about the colonial talk about anti-colonial gestures. I actually learned that from my friend. I'm Ed Rodri- Guess I add Alaa. So I netted I met in Grad school hung ago. I think it was in the early two thousand right something like Ebola. We both have white hair now. We didn't then. Yes it's it's it's pretty sad lower bingo communist Santa Claus. Yes so we met in Kirsten buicks class on race and gender and we started talking because we both work on on images of violence which we will get into. But but let's get into the most important things. What are we just eat? We just had It is rice ace with like a hamburger patty on top and then a fried egg which wasn't runny. which was a disappointment? Right was it just me. I was disappointed. It wasn't running But it has baulked is a slightly soft fried egg and then a beef gravy with onions and mushrooms and a side salad. And what do you think of it. It was amazing. I A local for the first. I told the airport last time I was here and I wanted to and then we were back home and we made it like three times but I I make my gravy with with uh-huh Bacon Grease yet. Well yes also where we had. Our local MANCA was sort of like look like a juice bar so I I was afraid. It wasn't going to be greasy. I was afraid it wasn't going to be Bacon which was true. It wasn't but what it did have was an ample amount of salt and it did and it reminded me of. I don't know if you've had this where you grew up the first cafeteria right. Where like and my parents used to take us there after church because you didn't pay for kids so they just put stuff on our trail? Be Like you're having this. You're having this. You're having this right but I always got the Salisbury steak was mushroom gravy. That's what this was like and that's the thing about Hawaii like off of posts hosts mid twentieth century. How wuyin hybrid military fast food items type of food right? Yes because my father was born here so his dad was a marine So there are these Mexicans out at in the Pacific. His Dad's marine. I don't know what he did wrong but he got sent back to Mexico but my dad was here for twelve years of his life right so so he remembers the way that things that were rationed foods became part of the local foods. Right things like ground. Beef things like like hamburger things like spam right So we grew up with a lot of spam and we see a lot of spam here and here there's like seventeen kinds of spam. You can get there's a Jalapeno spam. There's Teriyaki Spam So yeah it it. It is really interesting to think about the way that like canned hand foods that was coming as part of the military occupation which continues Really transform local foods. And that's what I think about every time we'll get more soobee which we've gotten three times my husband we're obsessed with it but it's because we forget for example that that Eh Japanese built this town ride so they've been here as working force for one hundred years so that's why you have this weird combination. Should I had the best thing I've had so far was spam Masugi but it has eggs bacon and avocado. Yes yes yes yes yes yeah and you you you see that. That's why love local Manco and even though immunize be What some people may deem as how than-thank Hawaiian does it kind? I remember like that's the kind of cultural shifting things that I like in cuisines that are like to to have. That's why Love tex-mex food because for for some people may not seem authentic whatever the fuck that means and we talked about this over and over again but it is. Those adoptions two different casinos. That's why I love new Mexican food too and we've had entire episodes just talking about new Mexican food because we get Mexicans in New Mexico saying this is not Chile Colorado. Hashtag my dad right now. It's funny because when you when you say you know why we were here. It was part of this native resistance conference but one of The colleagues I know who who is indigenous of the upper North American area near the Canadian border. She had all all these photographs of herself doing authentic indigenous things here and it was so interesting to me because yesterday she was posting photographs of finding macadamia nuts. Like in the wild which was in the park off the resort. And she's like found like in the wild and I was late to a panel. Because I always picking Macadamia nuts. And then she she had all these pictures of her trying to open them and peel them. And whatever and then I'm talking to Manuel your husband and he's like those came with this is right. Those are not Hawaiian. Traveling with my husband is just like discontent because everything like this plantar now from. I'm here that trees from here. That is Never Amir. Any reminds you that we are in heavily colonial setting but people are so obsessed with living the Hawaiian fantasy honesty. That they forgot that yes. Yes like walking down the street with him as like why Wa wa right because you're like Oh this authentic thing and it's like it's not it's not that's so funny but anyways so let's get into your research because it's super fascinating and I think a lot of a lot of people have not heard what about this material that you've been working and I know you move forward you move on and you working on other things but I really WanNa talk about on your research on the lynchings things over Mexicans in In Texas ryden specifically in Texas a lot. But there's also plenty of cases in New Mexico and what would become Arizona Definitely California what's interesting about that project. Is it started with a complete false false premise. And and I'm really proud to say that that I started with a false premise and my false premise was There's this phenomenon that is a footnote in in Carey McWilliams North from Mexico and in this one footnote he says more more Mexicans pins were lynched in the southwest Than African Americans were lynched in the south and he gives no data. He doesn't doesn't tell you how he comes to that conclusion right. It's just this little footnote your leg. What a what a what? And so I and so I kept so I start with this false premise of like. Can I prove this number right. Because it's like it's making the the first problem problem with it is. It's making this comparison as though they're two distinct populations and they're not right Like in the eyes of the state. It's the the person that is lynched. Is the same thing right right and also you know we have a good number of African Americans Akins who were populations fleeing enslavement who were fleeing south into Mexico where slavery had been unlawful long long before the United States right

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The Future of Meat with Pat Brown

Freakonomics

03:00 min | 1 year ago

The Future of Meat with Pat Brown

"Had the best job in the world at Stanford. My job was basically to discover and invent things and follow my curiosity. Brown. Did this for many years and was considered a world-class researcher one of his breakthroughs was a new tool for genetic mapping? It's called the DNA micro array that lets you read all the words at this L is using and effectively kind of start to learn the vocabulary. Learn how the genome writes the life story of a Sal or something like that. It also has practical applications because what it's doing in sort of a deterministic way specifies potential of that cell or if it's a cancer cell. Some people think the DNA micro array will win Pat Brown Nobel prize when I bring this up. Just shakes his head. And smiles it's clear that his research was a deep passion for me. This was the dream job. It was like in the renaissance, you know, having the magic he's as patrons or something like that. But after many years Brown wanted a change he was in his mid fifties. He took a sabbatical figure out his next move. It started out with stepping back from the work. I was doing and ask myself the most important thing, I could do what could I do that? We have the biggest positive impact on the world and looking at what are the biggest unsolved problems in the world. I, you know, came relatively quickly conclusion that the use of animals of production technology is by far. And I could give you endless reasons why that's true. But it is absolutely true. By far, the most environmentally destructive thing that humans. Do there is indeed a great deal of evidence for this argument across the entire environmental spectrum. The agriculture historian James McWilliams in a book called just food are used that quote, every environmental problem related to contemporary agriculture ends up having its deepest roots in meat production. Monocropping excessive applications of nitrogen fertilizer addiction to insecticides rainforest depletion land degradation, topsoil runoff, declining water supplies, even global warming. All these problems McWilliams rights would be considerably less severe if people ate meat rarely if ever, you know, there's no doubt that meat production has environmental consequences. Jason Lusk again to suggest that it's the most damaging environmental thing, we do as I think it pretty extreme overstatement, but what about the greenhouse gas emissions associated with raising me, especially in the US, which is the world's largest beef producer, our own EPA environmental protection agencies suggests that all of livestock contributes about three. Percent of our total greenhouse gas emissions. So I mean three percent is not nothing. But it's it's not the major contributor that. We see that that number.

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"Thank you. Measure hours of work. Thank you. Either way. This story is a fantastic reminder that if you bring disease to possibly the most vulnerable population to that disease in the world, you sure as fuck shouldn't be calling what you're doing saving, people know. All right next up in headlines. North Dakota state Representative Aaron McWilliams took some time away from drawing his mustache with sharpie this to harvest Michael in blacks face for his skin mask. But that only took a couple hours so McWilliams also went into the office and put together puzzle for new Bill. It would make it a legal requirement for public schools to offer. Bible class. And I'm also assuming there was a small at Denham in crayon in the margin. That's off the first minutes cancelled really small. Well, fortunately, the Bill got voted down. Meaning it was dumb even for North Dakota. And North Dakota people knew that, but that didn't stop Donald Trump from tweeting his ardent support for the idea. Okay. So he's just literally re tweeting are slash the Donald at this point. Right. Like if you told me at this point Donald Trump's biggest goal as president was read at golden height. Get it. All right. Okay. But I just I I should be the one of the points this out here if you do it right bible classes in atheism factory, right? Like teaching certificate and a move to North Dakota away from dissolving this controversy at any moment if it gets bad enough. So true. So regardless of the fact that this building pass North Dakota needs to leave. In related news. According to a new Bill proposed by podcast Representative. Then right. We're reverse annexing. The dakota. Shit over you guys fucking deal with it. We're bringing on Puerto Rico in Washington DC as full states, two senators each that how we're doing that. Because as it currently stands taxpayer money is paying the salary of people like Aaron McWilliams, and that is unacceptable. It is just the record. His Bill would have allowed the bible classes to teach that book as nonfiction and would have allowed those classes to replace a government or economics class as a graduation recall really yeses kid from North Dakota gets to his first day. A college out of state won't stop asking the are aware, they keep the stoning rock. What I guess? Yeah. This guy benefits from less education on good governance, though. So Trump heard one single piece of news that didn't involve his campaign team getting arrested by seal team six. And he started making loud noises pointing as much as you could. And then he stole his phone from the teacher's desk before the semester was over and tweeted the following in support of McWilliams and his proposed Bill quote, numerous states, introducing bible literacy.

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on KNSS

"Dylan McWilliams possibly the unluckiest person in America. I was attacked by a shark, and that was a few months after I was hacked by black bear. And that was a long after bit by a pygmy rattlesnake Dylan's about to play the new trick treat win game. All right. I wanna mcflurry if he's lucky enough to win. You're lucky enough to win. Hurry in and play trick treat win with one in four odds of winning instantly. You will need lock. No purchase necessary. Ends October thirty first fifty US in DC thirteen and older. Rules. It participating McDonald's. Mostly food prices. Hurry in for up to forty percents off. Major appliance hop deals at JC Penney including free delivery, basic installation price-match guarantee and eighteen or thirty months special financing on defying purchases with your JC Penney credit card, plus earn up to one hundred dollars in JC Penney rewards JC. Penney style value for all events. Valid nine twenty seven to ten seventeen conditions. Exclusions apply. Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. Must request the time of purchase and see store dot com slash appliances. For details. We work hard at being healthier. Won't be really need is better. Quality sleep the new sleep number three. Sixty smart bed intelligently senses. Your movements at automatically adjusts your comfort and support on both sides, your sleep number setting. This is not a bed. It's proven quality sleep. It's time for our fall sale. The Queen sleep number three sixty two smart bet is now only eight ninety nine plus special financing and free home delivery. Most bats ends Monday. Find your local sleepnumber store cO, sleepnumber dot com. Special financing subject to credit approval minimum monthly payments required. See store for details. No, an.

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Twitter launches Periscope Audio for live audio streaming

podnews

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Twitter launches Periscope Audio for live audio streaming

"In the latest pod news. Twitter has launched periscope audio an audio only version of periscope, which allows you to stream to Twitter users anywhere in the world. The feature was dreamt up during a hack week for the company pod stand is a new tool allowing you to share your podcast subscriptions. If you're using a product that allows you to export opium l. those popular podcast on the service is the accidental tech podcast featuring among others overcast Marco Arment. The podcast industry is Spain is just beginning to form says a piece in a Spanish publication. It points to branded content from Iberia and foundation, Telefonica Latigo Williams and company have launched key conversations with Phoebe Beata Kappa the podcast features, extensive conversations with Phoebe to Kappa visiting scholars and experts in the fields of international law Shakespeare, early modern European art history and astronautics among others. The future of podcasting is educational argues. James McWilliams saying podcasters rather than the conventional media or education establishment are in a position to shape the tone and content of public discourse. Meanwhile, yorgen burqa Sal says that podcasting websites should focus on Email list building, not I tunes subscribers to new jobs for you. The New York magazine is looking for a podcast producer and daily show, audio produces and senior produces a wanted for the Washington Post parties is free for jobs. Just Email yours to updates at pod news, dot net, analytical for you today. Twenty one times our favorite comedy podcasts got dark, that's in vulture party is will be the London podcast festival meet up on Sunday at twelve noon as part of the podcast maker weekend look for the tall blow in the ten dollar branded shirt and ask us for a laptop sticker.

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Just when you think it couldn't get sadder for Teo. It gets sadder. He decided not to go to canton this weekend for the hall of fame induction. Brian Urlacher went Sean Dawkins, went Brian Dawkins. When excuse me, Randy moss went, Jerry Kramer went. It was amazing. Bill Belichick showed up for Randy moss and there was te'o in Chattanooga, looking small and petty in pouting in that sort of his brand. And just when you thought it couldn't get worse after that step to the podium in Chattanooga. Oh, it did get worse. Here was te'o running routes against Rico, McWilliams at a high school football field in Chattanooga, Tennessee, trying to. Impress the CFL. It did get worse. Yes, and he struggling this separate from Rico, McWilliams folks. You can't go from a gold jacket to Rico, McWilliams and less. You'll work with century twenty one. It's a really bad look in Randy moss and Teo had remarkably similar stats and careers. Five different teams. Sometimes a headache always fascinating remarkably gifted. But as I said, last Friday, a great ending can take an average, the good movie and make it feel great and Randy mosses bumpy career when he's crying at the podium when he's in canton, when he surrounded by Ray Lewis and Brian Dawkins and Brian are lacquer, and Bob Kraft and Bill Belichick. Randy moss, a great ending to his career and Teo is in a high school football field trying to. Separate from Rico, McWilliams and Chattanooga, Tennessee on a high school field, trying to impress the CF l.. Listen, you know what member Dennis Green said, coach the Arizona Cardinals. You are what we thought you were. They were what we thought they were. Okay. So this is it this? Is it Randy moss and you were similar very same number of team. Same number headaches, push back from the media, but you're TD's your receptions, your yards, your teams were virtually identical. But in the end, Randy was a humbled grownup, an adult, thanking people who elevated him to a great spot. Didn't apologize for who he was ready, didn't apologize. Randy set. I do it all the same way, but ran in the end could real it in and acknowledge. I needed help. Te'o in the end. I'm just a victim, a bad ending, new, a movie ruins a really good movie, be sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, not a m Pacific. Well, he played for fourteen years in the NFL multiple time pro bowler, and it's interesting as Dangelo hall joins us. I just talked t o and Randy moss you had the pleasure of defending both wit who was better and y, you know, to me, it's it's Randy moss. You know, I think a lot of people only remembered the deep balls in, you know, the big time plays. But I mean, Randy was a guy who ran every single ride on route tree. You know, he's one of the rare receivers that that kept me up at night. And I mean, I've, I've gone against a lot of great receivers, a lot of hall of fame guys, and so you know not taking anything away from te'o, Marvin Harrison and all these other guys. But it was some about Randy malls that kept me up. Up in night constantly. Whenever I knew I was gonna play by the way t owes the bigger athlete, the stronger wide receiver, but you could neutralize him to some degree. Yeah, bigger guys..

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Just when you think it couldn't get sadder for Teo. It gets sadder. He decided not to go to canton this weekend for the hall of fame induction. Brian Urlacher went Sean Dawkins, went Brian Dawkins. When excuse me, Randy moss went, Jerry Kramer went. It was amazing. Bill Belichick showed up for Randy moss and there was te'o in Chattanooga, looking small and petty in pouting in that sort of his brand. And just when you thought it couldn't get worse after that step to the podium in Chattanooga. Oh, it did get worse. Here was te'o running routes against Rico, McWilliams at a high school football field in Chattanooga, Tennessee, trying to. Impress the CFL. It did get worse. Yes, and he struggling this separate from Rico, McWilliams folks. You can't go from a gold jacket to Rico, McWilliams and less. You'll work with century twenty one. It's a really bad look in Randy moss and Teo had remarkably similar stats and careers. Five different teams. Sometimes a headache always fascinating remarkably gifted. But as I said, last Friday, a great ending can take an average, the good movie and make it feel great and Randy mosses bumpy career when he's crying at the podium when he's in canton, when he surrounded by Ray Lewis and Brian Dawkins and Brian are lacquer, and Bob Kraft and Bill Belichick. Randy moss, a great ending to his career and Teo is in a high school football field trying to. Separate from Rico, McWilliams and Chattanooga, Tennessee on a high school field, trying to impress the CF l.. Listen, you know what member Dennis Green said, coach the Arizona Cardinals. You are what we thought you were. They were what we thought they were. Okay. So this is it this? Is it Randy moss and you were similar very same number of team. Same number headaches, push back from the media, but you're TD's your receptions, your yards, your teams were virtually identical. But in the end, Randy was a humbled grownup, an adult, thanking people who elevated him to a great spot. Didn't apologize for who he was ready, didn't apologize. Randy set. I do it all the same way, but ran in the end could real it in and acknowledge. I needed help. Te'o in the end. I'm just a victim, a bad ending, new, a movie ruins a really good movie, be sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, not a m Pacific. Well, he played for fourteen years in the NFL multiple time pro bowler, and it's interesting as Dangelo hall joins us. I just talked t o and Randy moss you had the pleasure of defending both wit who was better and y, you know, to me, it's it's Randy moss. You know, I think a lot of people only remembered the deep balls in, you know, the big time plays. But I mean, Randy was a guy who ran every single ride on route tree. You know, he's one of the rare receivers that that kept me up at night. And I mean, I've, I've gone against a lot of great receivers, a lot of hall of fame guys, and so you know not taking anything away from te'o, Marvin Harrison and all these other guys. But it was some about Randy malls that kept me up. Up in night constantly. Whenever I knew I was gonna play by the way t owes the bigger athlete, the stronger wide receiver, but you could neutralize him to some degree. Yeah, bigger guys..

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"So just when you think it couldn't. Get sadder for Teo. It gets sadder. He decided not to go to canton this weekend for the hall of fame induction. Brian Urlacher went Sean Dawkins, went Brian Dawkins. When excuse me, Randy moss went, Jerry Kramer went. It was amazing. Bill Belichick showed up Randy moss and there was te'o in Chattanooga, looking small and petty and pouting and that sort of his brand. And just when you thought it couldn't get worse after that step to the podium in Chattanooga. Oh, it did get worse. Here was te'o running routes against Rico, McWilliams at a high school football field in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Trying to impress the l. it did get worse. Yes, and he's struggling this separate from Rico, McWilliams folks. You can't go from a gold jacket to Rico, McWilliams and less. You'll work with century twenty one. It's a really bad. Look in Randy moss. And Teo had remarkably similar stats and careers, five different teams. Sometimes a headache always fascinating remarkably gifted. But as I said, last Friday, a great ending can take an average, the good movie and make it feel great and Randy mosses bumpy career when he's crying at the podium when he's in canton, when he surrounded by Ray Lewis and Brian Dawkins and Brian Urlacher lacquer and Bob, Kraft and Bill Belichick, Randy moss a great ending to his career and Teo. A high school football field trying to separate from Rico, McWilliams and Chattanooga, Tennessee on a high school field, trying to impress the CF l. listen, you know what member, what Dennis Green said, coach of the Arizona Cardinals. You are what we thought you were. They were what we thought they were. Okay. So this is it this? Is it Randy moss and you were similar very same number of team. Same number headaches, push back from the media, but you're TD's your receptions yards. Your teams were virtually identical. But in the end, Randy was a humbled grownup, an adult, thanking people who elevated him to a great spot. Didn't apologize for who he was ready, didn't apologize. And he said, I do it all the same way, but ran in the end could really Dan and acknowledge. I needed help. Te'o in the end. I'm just a victim, a bad ending, new, a movie ruins a really good movie. Let me shift to this briefly for the last several years..

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"So just when you think it couldn't. Get sadder for Teo. It gets sadder. He decided not to go to canton this weekend for the hall of fame induction. Brian Urlacher went Sean Dawkins, went Brian Dawkins. When excuse me, Randy moss went, Jerry Kramer went. It was amazing. Bill Belichick showed up Randy moss and there was te'o in Chattanooga, looking small and petty and pouting and that sort of his brand. And just when you thought it couldn't get worse after that step to the podium in Chattanooga. Oh, it did get worse. Here was te'o running routes against Rico, McWilliams at a high school football field in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Trying to impress the l. it did get worse. Yes, and he's struggling this separate from Rico, McWilliams folks. You can't go from a gold jacket to Rico, McWilliams and less. You'll work with century twenty one. It's a really bad. Look in Randy moss. And Teo had remarkably similar stats and careers, five different teams. Sometimes a headache always fascinating remarkably gifted. But as I said, last Friday, a great ending can take an average, the good movie and make it feel great and Randy mosses bumpy career when he's crying at the podium when he's in canton, when he surrounded by Ray Lewis and Brian Dawkins and Brian Urlacher lacquer and Bob, Kraft and Bill Belichick, Randy moss a great ending to his career and Teo. A high school football field trying to separate from Rico, McWilliams and Chattanooga, Tennessee on a high school field, trying to impress the CF l. listen, you know what member, what Dennis Green said, coach of the Arizona Cardinals. You are what we thought you were. They were what we thought they were. Okay. So this is it this? Is it Randy moss and you were similar very same number of team. Same number headaches, push back from the media, but you're TD's your receptions yards. Your teams were virtually identical. But in the end, Randy was a humbled grownup, an adult, thanking people who elevated him to a great spot. Didn't apologize for who he was ready, didn't apologize. And he said, I do it all the same way, but ran in the end could really Dan and acknowledge. I needed help. Te'o in the end. I'm just a victim, a bad ending, new, a movie ruins a really good movie. Let me shift to this briefly for the last several years..

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Emmerick i got a great visit on friday night mcwilliams and his daughter caroline came up and they brought me a gift in the hospital and it was one of the best gifts i think i've ever got it was a bag of ketchup and peanut eminem look we probably probably to the reasons i was right there you go there was tall the bran muffin well i thought about that make him happy amanda i said i hate to go there anti handed and amanda said go get him ketchup and peanut eminem but make sure you buy the very the get the big bag but it has the individual packs the little biddy ones so that he can manage it better and that his work one pack a day she goes back and we don't want to take the peanut eminem's away from him just because this happened but this will help him manage the situation what a great idea now a one pack a day or guy now not telling yes we do we do line love love that she'd love pigging all that out and and we got a little bag to put all that in because i'm you know guys are not good at that kind of stuff but it was you know it was very yeah it was good and i hope it didn't freak her out too bad but now i was i was rolling back from start bull and i saw friday night and i saw him saying i've been by to see bubble and i was like a hamster maverick i thought you were from writing thank you now let's hear well now also put a pitcher out i was having one of the young ladies there volleys just after surgery that figure that was the best way i could let you all know that i'm okay how's it the good thing they didn't take that picture from the back i know i actually if you look i had to rogue's on one forward one behind uhhuh.

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

The Smart Passive Income

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

"Then if all else fails like literally ninety nine i'm gonna guess ninety i'm half percent of the time we can grab an email using one of those three methods that other half percent the contact form on their website will you and i both know that for many websites that's like the black hole of contact information but it's better than nothing you know you might be able to get them and even if you get here's a fun thing even if all you get is an auto responder guess what you now have their email address you know and so there are ways to do that and to reach out to those people so again start with those people that you know go up to competitors the people who promoting your betters then there's you know your current customers if you have any certainly those are going to be the most eager the downside to them as often those are more beginners and that's why i don't recommend starting with them second they're going to need a lot more hand holding and promotional methods time time they they love your product but you know they don't have much of an audience or they've never done affiliate marketing before so that's why i don't recommend them as that second layer and there's keep going up the funnel and pet there's actually there's a report i put together for the life of me i don't know the url by much i see that can jog my brain while i'm doing talking actually you know what i'll just put it up at matt mcwilliams dot com slash sb komo write that down actually mammograms dot com slash espionage in it's got all the the different places.

"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

The Smart Passive Income

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

"Dot com slash ten years now let's get started with the regular program so you might know about affiliate marketing if you've listened to the show before you heard me talk about affiliate marketing and how it pretty much generates most of my income through the recommendation of other people's or other companies products but i've never talked about the other side of affiliate marketing if you have a product that you own yourself any product physical digital online course a program of some kind how can you get other people to promote that for you how much should you share with them in terms of commission who do you even ask to do this for you and how well that's what we're going to talk about today with our special guests so stick around we've got a great show welcome to the smart passive income podcast where it's all about working hard now so you can sit back and read the benefits later and now your host if he had his way san diego would have its own basketball team flynn what is up thank you so much for joining me and spending time with me today here on the smart passive income podcast this is session number three hundred twenty three and our special guests today is matt mcwilliams williams a person who's been behind some of the largest sort of collaborative affiliate promotions that i've ever been a part of as a person who's been selling other people's products matt shows up all the time he's helped promote michael hyatt's products in in a few other people's to and he always a great job and helps these people make millions of dollars in the process and he's on today to tell us about how we can't even at the start here obviously you can coordinate a giant affiliate promotion with tons of people promoting your thing but he actually recommends not doing that to start he gives you a very clear call to action at the end of this episode for what you can do right now to find people to help promote your products whatever products you might have and even if you don't have any products to sell yet this is gonna be a great episode because you'll know what to look forward to and had a better take advantage of this when the time is right right so i'm gonna stop talking we're going to get right to the interview here is matt mick williams from matt mick williams dot com matt.

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Sure i don't care he's lucky to be alive okay but that's only because you are guys watched lost in space not yet no that's the guy there's a line where the guy goes that's like saying i'm lucky like the lottery because i'm alive after a car accident but you still got in a car accident right like they saying like yeah you're lucky to be alive but all this had to happen for you to prove you're lucky yeah that makes no sense you don't you don't like on your ipad show a black bear the revenue to be like look we won because i got out of exactly you know what i mean he's gonna mall you totally as it turns out mcwilliams spends more time outdoors than most folks pairs shortly he's a former tree trimmer ranch hand and that feels like a jorda term like that old tree trimmer over there yup tito call remember yeah was this treat old what's his name dicky mcwilliams dealing mcwilliams back t mac you know dilma glimpse the trim donald treat your he's a former tree trimmer ranch hand and survival training instructor who loves extended journeys into the wills dominates their career by the way if there was an ad for your survival trae he survived that's true yes that's who you wanna talk to one tanker naked in afraid if you get attacked by bear i can tell you what to do if you get attacked by shark i can tell you what to do if you get attacked by a rattlesnake i can tell you what to do you show me one other survival person that can do that if you wanna get attacked by those things help you hang out with hang spend a lot of time with me i've lost a lot of good friends as it turns out he spends more time outdoors all the things he used to do because he won't pick a career he discovered the beautiful landscape of discovered guys discovered go vespucci yeah good job for a flag down i ever of a spooky drop here in dump people last year when he backpacked solo.

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"All right let's this story this was saying by merrill bar verified account so she i mean she's dressed in her handle for the title she wanted to merrill bar m e double r i double l numero bear are that's a lot of i know like mississippi wells to ours visit close to the phone to find out make sure is this a story written by method boa was okay okay she could've maybe maybe she got the byline dylan mcwilliams that is actor actor rate up straight up dumb people written all over his face he plays that you played small forward in the film blue chips he was the white guy that would trampled that's correct dylan is a guy okay and yes let's just be clear about that okay ref apologies tomorrow bar although it's okay to be guy or girl was do you think you know that person i'd met on i think we do pay it's our show we can do whatever we want with we're going to just look people we think we might not all day dan keep going doesn't believe that old saw about lightning never striking twice old saw something i would like to figure out how song don't understand rusty and not shop maybe an old saw has been used a lot so that it's an old saying yes adult saw yeah come help me on the davenport okay here we go the brassiere dylan mcwilliams doesn't believe that old saw about lightning never striking twice because not after it struck three times all right.

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Boby duffy of ipsos mori no to the story of a young man who survived a bamboozling a snake bite and a shark attack dylan mcwilliams took some time out from his misadventures put his feet up on a beach in hawaii and told us how it all happened to him rattlesnake by that was in moab utah about two years ago and i was just hiking in the mountains in moab and got bit by rattlesnake and just did everything i could to help myself to bill better and not i didn't get sick very much and then last year in july i was working at a summer camp in boulder colorado and i woke up to a bear govern the back of my head and pulling the out of my sleeping bag and dragging me across the crown and i just thought back this i could you know token in the eyes and punched in the face and ended up getting nine staples in the back of my head from that just on this last thursday here in kobe at a shipwreck speech i was surfing i was paddling out to the surf lineup and i caught one waves the first wave that since i've been here and as i was telling back out for another one i felt something hit my leg and started looking around and sell bunch of blood and saw shark underneath me and started kicking at it and swim into shores fast as i could.

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on WTMA

"I'm pretty sure he's gonna go right back out and get out there and the nature this poor guy i'll tell you what here's the thing though if dylan mcwilliams ask you to go for a walk or a hike or go with them just say no no i'm sorry dylan i'm not going to be going out with you today let me just double check here i got to get the the exact a day because i don't want any because if i get it wrong you know everybody is going to call in the army united states army reserve was formed on this day in nineteen oh eight nine hundred thousand eight april twenty third congress created the medical reserve corps the official predecessor to the us army reserve after world war one under the national defense act of nineteen twenty congress reorganized the united states land forces by organizing a regular army national guard and in organized reserve officer reserve corps and enlisted reserve corps of unrestricted size which latter became later came became the army reserve this organization provided a peacetime pool of trained reserve officers and enlisted men for use in war the organized reserve includes the us reserve corps enlisted reserve corps and the reserve officers training corps are the rotc i'd so there you go happy birthday to you reservist out there eight four three five five six twelve fifty is the number to join us this morning that's eight four three five five six twelve fifty.

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Newsradio, Denver and Cbs discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Newsradio, Denver and Cbs discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Newsradio and it's warmer weather today but then it's back to rain snow and cold initially it'll be rain with a few thunderstorms and then rain changing over to snow overnight into tuesday now it should be cold enough tuesday morning that we see some snow in and around the denver metro area it's going to be less than an inch and several inches may accumulate in and near the foothills all the way up into the mountains by tuesday afternoon cbs is dave aguilera says temps on tuesday will be in the forties this man may want to stay away from wild animals dylan mcwilliams was bitten by a shark and why just seven months after he was attacked by a bear in boulder county i woke up to crunching sound and a lot of pain and bareheaded holding my head and was dragging me across the ground mcwilliam says he eventually scared off the berry needed stitches in his leg for that shark attack on thursday but he's going to be okay and sports rocky's made it interesting in their game against the cubs sunday afternoon won't oh pitch ground ball off works he grabs it clips to first base the second base rocky score two more nine two seven chicago that was the final the rockies wind up losing nine two seven the.

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are i am certain that we will come through this without violence that monica mcwilliams on hardtalk after the news hello jerry smith with the bbc news the former director of the fbi james komi hebrew sankt by donald trump last may says the president has turned himself to be morally unfit to lead the united states mr komi told abc news the demand who treated women like meat he saw an equivalence between racists and those protesting against them and who lied constantly was not fit for office clear in washington says the comments follow criticism from donald trump and others there are people on both sides of the political spectrum here in the us who have criticized mr komi but donald trump has gone much much further in recent days calling him a liar leaker on truthful slime ball amongst many other things i've got to say though when you listen to today there was a real feeling that james comey was all of a sudden plane president trump scam in being quite personal in a lot of forty was signed the mr comey's and president trump should be removed by the american electrodes rather than buy impeachment lawyers for president trump has asked a federal judge to allow them to review evidence seized by the fbi from his personal lawyer michael cohen there are acting to a team of government prosecutors having access to all the evidence and being able to decide what is covered by attorney client privilege the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons is holding an emergency session to discuss the suspected chemical attack in the syrian town of duma it prompted western as strikes targeting syrian chemical weapons sites syria and its ally russia have denied carrying out the attack and hologhan is in the hague most of these countries will be sitting down in the same room since those strikes were conducted no there are plenty of people who are saying this meeting is no longer relevant it's no longer relevant what the inspectors are doing actually arguably it's even more so now because we've heard the arguments from all sides from from from the uk from the us from russia and syria but what's been missing from all of that is the.

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"mcwilliams" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mcwilliams" Discussed on Remso Republic

"And i'm like yes i am he's like so you one of the crazy warren's and said no i'm one of the fund ones and he's like i've never met a fun one and i'm like well you've never met me and i go on a rabbit whole thinking about that because like you know why while we have a better stereotype i know people are like oh believe stereotypes most stereotypes are always filled with half truths and whether it's the whole gary johnson aleppo thing or one thing or another it it does truly become really bad when you see a libertarian online in most of the time they're being meaner there being over other overreacting to something i mean i think there's a stereotype that libertarians are boring and i kinda wanna talk about that because i think we're pretty fun i think we're pretty cool gangs beer rounds but i want to go ahead and bring in our guest tonight he is the host of electric liberty land over at the lines of liberty podcast ladies and gentlemen you'll love them if you heard him and if you haven't heard on what's wrong with you brian mcwilliams brian welcome to the program a banks rooms rumsas great to be here man dwelling on your show and i'll w returned the favour sometimes you get you ready l so we can uh talks of current events and slander progressives kassius brother gaseous i gotta ask i asked ryan are libertarians boring because i think i think we're pretty fun to be around i agree i i would actually say i've got subtypes of deeper thought this by would actually venture to say that libertarians are probably the least boring of any of the actual political parties the people i've ever heard up.

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