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"mcdade" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Disinfectant wipes firm or on the pandemic in Arizona and a link or a phone number. To find out more about how to get a vaccine. You can go to Katie Jr dot com. Katie our eyes on education community colleges throughout Arizona, Mason be able to offer four year degrees a bill allowing that is on the governor's desk. Those four year degrees can't be on just any subject will be offering them very tailored specific areas where there is a clear demand that we're not meeting as higher. Education institutions in Arizona. That's Darcy Renfro with America but County Community College district so we don't see this as a nephew it that will take away from the universities and their enrollment. We think it'll add more opportunities and more students into the pipeline. About two dozen states already allow community colleges to offer four year degrees Chris Sell the city. No, Katya Our news. Meanwhile, the Arizona Board of Regents tells Katie are it's opposed to this bill. Because the proposed amendment requiring collaboration with the university's was not adopted. Arizona could soon lose about 1/5 of the water it gets from the Colorado River Katya years, Deborah Gayle's in the news Center with a look at just what's going on Well. Becky Lynn the federal government predicts the first ever shortage of Colorado River water and there could be mandated cuts to the supply. Arizona stands to lose more than any other state because years ago, it agreed to be the first in line for cuts in exchange for federal Funding for the canal system that brings water to Arizona's major metro areas. The brunt of the water cuts in Arizona would be felt amongst central Arizona farmers, it likely won't have much of an impact on people's homes. The federal government will be giving its official production for the river in mid August. Live in the news center Deborah Dale Katya our news fire commanders, very concerned about what's ahead with drought conditions that are far more severe than last year, when almost a million acres burned statewide. Mark O'Malley with the National Weather Service says those fears are well founded. Almost 90% of the state is blanketed with extreme or exceptional drought after a very weak winter, and we're are seeing many fires across the state. As we speak. This is only going to get worse over the next couple months, O'Malley says. This level of drought is rare it any time of the year and it will take a lot of rain over several months and a big winter snowfall to put a dent into this deep drought. Well, you now have some more time to get a driver's license or state issued. I d. That meets that real ideas standard. The deadline's been pushed to May 2023 most people the first time don't encounter. This is when they go to the airport for a domestic flight. And they go to the T s a checkpoint in May of 2023. You will be required to show a real idea compliant credential. Doug Pacey, with the Arizona Department of Transportation explained. You'll need this to board a domestic flight and to go inside some federal buildings. For more info on how to get a real idea. Compliant driver's license or I d card, go to a z d o t dot gov slash travel I d drug overdoses are a leading cause of unintentional death in the U. S and opioids are major force behind it. Phoenix Fire Captain Rob McDade believes all.
"mcdade" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY
"Again what processes do. I need to close out what processes do. I need to start What am i working on. I kind of do a review and an vision casting for the next year because to me. It's i'm a visionary. I've already like i've already got concepts or The things that i'm doing for this coming year. Twenty twenty one already have some new things on the horizon Things that no one's ever see me do before i'm already involved in some training or Those things and so for me. That's kind of what i do. I just do lot of vision casting a lot of Year in review. Kind of what worked. What didn't what are the processes etc. So that's kind of care. You know and i know some people will think well how those things really can't work but i will tell you this so two years ago my word was received and actually that you know my husband actually gave me that word in cycle and i don't understand what i really think that that's not If he believes that god gave him that word or not. but it's a word that was on his heart he said. I think that the word for you in fine so that whole year i was and i totally embraced it. So that's a whole year. I was receiving mode. I just wanted to receive everything he had that god had for me just everything right and then the next year the word i picked this one. The word was bloom and so two years ago. The receiving word was the word. When i again i opened my heart and went to a christian Week long retreat. Where i completely opened myself to him into into listening to him Started coming back in writing a lot in then this year. The next year was bloom. And the podcast was birth that next year in lots of things and so i think if we listen to him we really try to think that is what you're saying that sabbath rest or however you're going to do it you need to steel yourself and and that's my bible scripture. My bible scripture is. You know som- be still and know that. I am god 'cause i am the one that's not still a lot and you can't really hear from him unless you are so give give him that and listen to what he has to say and i think that he will give you a word or concept in idea. If that's if that's what you wanna do. And i think that's more important than saying what you won't do and so yeah. Yeah yeah for sure Well can you. Can you share anything with us. The new for next still under out. I'm gonna make my debut on youtube in a more formal fashion. I paid around with youtube. And some things You know. I've got a couple of videos out there and i was surprised at the actually have fifty Subscribers which is a pretty good start some people start with zero. You don't have any but I have fifty so Yeah i'm going to be more visible. And i'm actually going to stop talking about it and actually do it You know but. I've gotten all the concepts together and all of the stuff that's necessary even created my little Set here you know. So that i can actually make this happen. So that's part of what's going on and yeah some some other really awesome things On the horizon. Of course the magazine is gonna re debut in january. I've been. I've had it on hold and sort of on the back burner for a while because just a lot of stuff was going on in my life but We're gonna come back out in january with a new edition and yeah just More creativity for twenty twenty one those great. So where can people find you your either your website or your social media ads pretty simple polemic day dot com is my website. If you go to instagram you can find me official paulo mcdade Probably the same on facebook. I don't use twitter as much. I just. I'm not a fan of twitter. I don't know it's just. I've never been able to get into twitter And then if you'll Search polemic date on youtube. You can find my channel there So yeah i'm i'm pretty and i'm google bowl so if anybody's is google fanatic. I'm this type. My name. And i will pop up all over the place. Okay okay well thank you so much. This has been so great. I really hope that. I listen to you and start doing a lot of these things that that i know i need to do. I keep pushing it off until after grading is done. Right right yes. Yeah yeah i think is so important for really any woman but particularly the christian woman has to understand that she needs that self care and a lot of that self care is allowing herself to sit at his feet just like you do yes and to take it everything that he has us and so i thank you so much for for speaking with us today and i wish you sell many many good things in the new year and they're all your endeavors. Thank you so much. And i wish the same for you and hubby and your family as well. You've been listening to positively joy. I'm your host that walker and thank you so much for spending some time with us. Come on over to our website. Positively joy dot com. you can listen to past episodes. You can download a free teachable. Called five ways to choose joy. See our merchandise ice cool t shirts with our new logo. We've got a lot going on at positively joy dot com. So we hope to see you there. Farewell for now..
"mcdade" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast
"Is very dangerous so shows up at the settlement. She kills the guards the gate. The magistrate comes to see her with all her army and she throws a piece of man does kneecap plate silver plate on the ground. She says your bounty hunter has failed. Where's your master. Tell me what i need to know. The magistrate says kill her now a soka fleas and they start shooting at her on the rooftops. The magistrate says execute all of them meaning. The captured civilians mando comes and frees. The civilians asuka fights the army mando and lang face off the magistrate. And the soka face off. And there's a battle back and forth you can see in some of the still here. A villager says watch out. There's a droid behind him. One of the assassin droids mando turns around and shoots him while he's fighting lang and they have a little standoff shootout. Some people are saying that the scene is very similar to this movie. this western. That michael bane was ends almost the same line. So it's a march to that. Could beat the magistrate. Manda kills lang. All the civilians are freed and socha and mando leaves the settlement. And everybody's back to normal and free so they go back to the ship and mando says you made me a promise. You need to train grogan now and a says go to the planet tifon there. You find the ancient ruins of a temple. That has a strong connection to the force. Place grow goo on the seeing stone at the top of the mountain. Then grow will choose his pass if he reaches out through the force that agenda may search for him and the force may come to him. She says may the force be with you. Soka walks away. She is so powerful. She such an amazing character to have this character. That has so many skills. So many i powers. And she's so you know loving and caring with grow goo and at the same time powerful. Just a great episode and my rating for this episode. Which is really scary. Because i can only go one point higher for the perfect episode so close to a perfect episode that i give it nine out of ten stars opium joy. The south of an audio podcast. This listen to tune in next week Check out the lights camera pro. Podcast anytime you can. It is on apple and spotify and all those places were also part of the geek. Five-nation family check. That out. And i was a lot of fun it was a great episode is so beautiful. You can see from these stalls. We'll see next. Time is camera podcast. Take care thanks. Thanks for listening to the lights. Camera pro podcast. We're entertainment pros talk about how. They made their dream into a career. Go to apple podcasts. Spotify and subscribed rate in review. Thanks to bob jergens for the rock. Envio and joseph mcdade for the music see next time..
Chicago Public Schools unveils reopening plan
"To to decide decide if if they they want want their their kids kids to to return return to to the the classroom classroom in in the the new new year. year. CPS CPS CEO CEO LaTonya LaTonya McDade McDade says says safety safety is is a a priority. priority. We have all of the safety protocols in health measures in place. We've been working collaboratively with the Chicago Department of Public Health and following all of our local, state and federal guidelines. Well, the Chicago teachers union be onboard for in class instruction. It's all going discussions with the union. Some of their concerns that they have communicated has to do with safety in terms of health measures and protocols with our buildings, and we've addressed all of those things. CPS is planning to have pre K and special ed students back in class on January 11th. Elementary school students would return February 1st Covert 19 cases may
"mcdade" Discussed on Full Stack Radio
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So on Friday I thought it was this next coming Wednesday, , and then at four thirty, , I found a section of the site that had been completely missed by my redesign and. . Now. . It's not just like it's not a lipstick page. . It's like it's like a whole you X. thing. . So I, , have to spend a couple of days to work through that and <hes> when it affects the ability to buy something. . Yeah. So . it's bringing me next week pregnant next week early next week that seems like a good time to launch something. . Yeah. . Early next week sounds good I mean unless unless I like fall into a bucket adderall or something I think the only just GonNa take some more time. . Yeah. . Well. . That's cool I. . Hope you get it out then because that'll make for for some interesting podcast fodder for sure. . So I guess like, , got us this page that you discovered on Friday what else is kind of in the <hes>. . In the Tornado of launch. . Launch Madness. . So I mean there's there's a lot going into the relaunch. . So it's Not just version bumper you click upgrade you know. . We're changing the business model a little bit. . The pricing structure is different. . We're going like full open source. . We have a free version that you can use for whatever okay you want what's the pricing difference? ? I'm always always loved to talk about pricing. . So let's talk about it because it's it's too late to do anything about it. . We already announced it. . So here it is. . What is it now like? ? Yeah. . So right. . Now as of August tenth at three twelve pm, , it is a one, , hundred, , ninety, , nine bucks one time <hes> for the life of the line. . To like however long US v two. . That's what it costs <hes>. . We have a free trial. . You can use it like in Dev or for staging sites, , but to launch site on ninety nine, , that's it <hes>. . There's no other that's it <hes>. . So with V three, , we are kind of going both directions. So . we are pushing the price up to two fifty nine and we're adding an annual renewal that gives you support and updates. . So that's fifty nine bucks a year. . Per site, , but we also have the free open source version for like Solo like hobby projects, , personal site. . So like a lot of people that are like Oh God I don't WanNa spend another fifty nine even more while probably don't have to pay anything for that site and it's gone really The sites that are higher of importance or have clients have teams working on them like what's the difference between one ninety, , nine to fifty, , nine, , Yup. . That makes sense to me. . So. . What's the difference in the Free Model? ? So currently, , it's like free in development, , right? ? So like running on local host, your , building the site, you , don't need a license to do that. . But what is like the heuristic now for like you have to pay the two fifty nine People can use it for like what does it mean to use it? ? For quote unquote small sites or whatever. . Yes. . So we have like in the code, , we lock out some features. . So you get one super user account. . You can't have multiple users. . So you don't have permissions you don't have user groups you don't have all that stuff <hes>. . You don't have some of the more workflow team based features like revisions like <hes> you have different versions of content. . So you can like you know schedule and publish you know like yet. . So this version it's you've just had selective about trying to differentiate between like. . kind of simple and sophisticated customers sort of choose. . Things. . Sophisticated people with budgets need that other people don't need. . Those real time collaboration not that useful when you only have one user count, , right? ? Yeah I would just. . Turn that off <hes> also the get integration in the control panel so the assumption would be. . <hes> that if you're a solo person, you're , probably the developer right? ? Because if you only have one person on project, , you should be able to code. . and. . So you don't need to control panel get stuff. . So that will also be a pro pro feature.
'All Black Lives Matter'
"And also beyond black. Trans Women being excluded from the conversation. We've also seen trans men like Tony mcdade be excluded as well he was a trans man shot by police in Tallahassee last month, and some people have been fighting to have. His name honored at protests as well for people who don't get why he should be included. What what do you say to them? THEM WHY is it important that Tony's name be included if the Senate Trans, humanity and Trans lives right and I think the say people want answers from the Tallahassee Police on Tony. mcdaid on who they say was armed. They say was this who they say was that, but they're not really a lot of reports about what happened. It's only the what the police are saying. Happens. And then then a lot of people are also talking about. She's not a victim of police violence, but Nina pop who is them a most recent I'm Black Trans Woman. Who was stabbed? Then Roll Missouri in early. May so I think that the those that push. To include their names? Is Just Center Trans. People and Trans. Lives and black lives in this moment, and there was even a march the other day that Senate on stonewall where a group of activists did a march that was explicitly devoted to him. In the midst of the protests for George Void so i. think that's what that's about. What would a truly inclusive black lives matter movement? Look like to you. I! Think truly was the black lives. Matter would look like the movement that the three original founders had envisaged right, and we should say three founders you referencing. Are Patrisse cullors Alicia? Garza, and ultimately that's right. The irony is that two out of three of the founders of all living, and then two hundred or three. R LGBTQ and they when they started were deliberately creating a movement that was intersectional, and which is committed to fighting transphobia. It's actually one of their stated principles, but the problem. Is that because Blm? For sorts of reasons that makes sense. It's not a hierarchical organization. It's decentralized one through decentralisation that means that the local group of people who ever decide to pull themselves together and declare themselves the Ambi- Ellen RBM. and. That means that you can end up. Not Trying to end up. Hating the existing biographies as they exist, and so, that's what I think happened. I don't think that it's a straying of. I think that it's just a structural thing and and the decision to create a decentralized organization which means that those values that are held at the top. Don't fall down all the way to the bottom because it's not a top down organization, so it really do think that that's part of
How to Cultivate Radical Body Love with Sonya Renee Taylor
"Hebert welcome to food sake I. AM Christy Harrison and I'm recording this on June second of twenty twenty, when there is a revolution happening for racial justice, and I'm so here for it because I believe that black lives matter and I support justice for George Floyd and Brianna Taylor and RB. And Tony mcdade and all the other black people who've had their lives taken from them over the years through the racist actions of police and vigilantes, and this racist murder has to stop so honor of the movement to defend black lives, and also in recognition of the fact that the Anti Diet Movement must also be an anti-racist movement because. Is Built on a foundation of racism as you heard in the episode with Sabrina strings that I reposted last week. This week. I wanted to re post another. With a brilliant black thinker and writer who speaks to some of the racial justice issues that are connected to this anti at work. This interviews from three years ago in July of twenty seven team, and it's with amazing writer and body Liberation Activists Sonya, Renee Taylor. Sonia has been instrumental in helping make the eating disorders and body positivity space, more aware of racism at its intersections with Diet Culture and eating disorders for a long time. She's been doing this work for many years I. I heard of her and. And saw her in two thousand fifteen when she was presenting at eating. Disorders Conference and so I want to honor her contribution to this work and to this field and make sure that you all go check out her work. Her website is Sonya. Renee Taylor Dot. com and she has a great book called. The body is not an apology that I. highly recommend reading as well. So in this interview that we did three years ago, we discussed why we need more radical body love in the world how to deal with weight gain and weight stigma while learning intuitive eating, what means stream body positivity get so wrong why understanding oppression and racism and intersecting identities is key to creating a world that's truly body positive and truly liberated how to navigate diet culture as a body acceptance activists how to begin to untangle internalized oppression, and so much more. It's a great conversation. I cannot wait to share it with you in just. Just a moment I'm not going to be answering listener question this week because I want to use this time to share some resources for folks who like me are still learning about anti-racism and working to do better, and that's not everyone listening. There are some folks here who are already so far into the anti-racist work and don't need these resources and are leading the way and I wanna thank you for doing that work. Especially, my black listeners and other listeners of color who've been on the front lines of this antiracism work for so long. So, thank you for your work. And to all my black listeners I wanNA send you empathy and compassion and support for what you're going through in this difficult time and descend solidarity, and to say that black lives matter and I'm with you in whatever way I can be. And for those of you, listening who have the unearned social privilege that comes with being white or white passing in this racist culture I wanNA. Call on you to start and or continue engaging in a practice of anti-racism in whatever way you can, because we truly cannot work for body liberation if we're not working for antiracism and I think on a Taylor does such a great job of explaining that her notion of radical body positivity that you'll hear about in a moment I am by. No means an expert on anti-racism as As I'm sure you can imagine right. I'm someone with white privilege. For the last several years I have been making a conscious effort to learn about anti-racism and to unlearn the racist culture that we're all born into, but you know I realized recently with this latest uprising that my anti-racist efforts had become a little passive had become not as active as I would like them to be and I'll talk more about that in the interview airing next week with Mony Melton because I, think she has some really important perspectives on that. Also I'm a white person with a lifetime of being steeped in this racist culture as so many of us are so I'll probably always be on learning, but I'm committed to making the effort and to listening to and learning from people who know way more about this stuff than I do. So from a perspective of someone who's very much still learning, I wanted to share a few resources that I've found helpful in my anti-racism education. I'm giving some sort of more general racism resources. Because as I'm recording this I don't know where the revolution will be. By the time you hear this episode I don't know what's going to be needed on the grounds. I wanted to just give you a few places to start people. People to follow to learn more get more information on social media and all that stuff so i. a couple of books that I love so you WanNa talk about race bypassed food site gassed Joma Aluko. It's a wonderful starting point a wonderful jumping off point if you are new to antiracism work and she even says like that's what she recommends it for. She wants to be a first step for people, not an end point. an anti-racist by Abram ex. Candy is also a wonderful book and he also says like. Stop reading. My Book. Take that as a starting point and go from there and take use it to take action. Just think that the reading reading of the book is the only
Violence in Resistance
"Cities and towns across the country. Protests have broken out telling the police killings of George, Floyd. We honor Taylor Tony mcdade others while many of these protests were peaceful. Others have turned violent with buildings, being destroyed or looted in clashes, breaking out between the police and protesters. In light of these events, we wanted to bring you an episode from our archives to better understand some of the history behind the black lives matter protests why protests sometimes turned violent how governments often respond and what the role of social media is all of this? This episode was originally recorded with Avi Green in two thousand seventeen, and we're bringing it you a bit earlier this week. Our usual schedule given this weekend's offense. Hi I'm Miranda Kelly, and this is the scholars strategy network Snow Jargon. Each week. We discussed in American policy problem with one of the nation's top researchers without jargon. In this archive episode Avi spoke with Professor Ashley Howard She's an assistant professor of African American history at the University of Iowa shears their conversation. Professor Howard. Thanks for coming on new jargon. Thank you for having me. Why did these protests happen? Well there's no one easy answer, but if I were to give an umbrella term to why they happen is that people feel that they are not receiving equal treatment under the law or in society, and they feel that all of the established means getting equal treatment have failed them. You mean in a way. They're sort of fed up and sick and tired, absolutely fed up in sick and tired I think this is something that people often forget when we think about not only the uprisings or the violent protests that happened in the past two or three years, but also looking historically that there are lots of preceding events that occur beforehand there. There were marches there protester letters of indignation. There were speeches given fun of City Councils, and for whatever reason those cries. Those grievances were gone unheeded unheard, and because of that people take to the streets, and it gets attention, and it's a very loud cry for help and for acknowledged professor. How can you just tell me about one protests from beginning to end? I would love so I'd like to start with kind of the protests. That's been nearest and dearest to my heart. It's the one that I've been researching the longest, and it also takes place in my hometown of Omaha. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six fourth of July weekend. There are a group of young people. In a parking lot of the Safeway Grocery store on North Twenty four straight. And this kind of an area where people congregate and it was. Evening. GOOP young people were setting off firefighters or firecrackers. A police officer comes. They begin to throw firecrackers at this police vehicle, the police kind of get scared and equipped takeoff they come back and forth, and this kind of sets it off people. See Police as indicative at this time of the state of unfair treatment, and oftentimes these police, public attractions are the catalysts for these uprisings, so over the course of three days young people go up and down North Twenty Fourth Street in the black enclave, and they set small fires. They break windows. They steal goods out of these stores, and the very much engaged in property, violence as protests, but meanwhile has this is going on. You have the mayor of the city Av Sorenson actually meeting with these youth activists listen to their grievances listening to what? What they feel is going on the community. And why love, starting off with Omaha is because Omaha had a long history, a civil rights activism prior to the nineteen sixty six engagement, and what was so notable is at the end double ACP, an urban league had been begging the state for years to open up an unemployment office on North, Twenty Fourth Street, and for years that desire for a building was met. You know was ignored, and by the end of the week of those three days of uprisings North Omaha got their unemployment office. While you know it's funny because I think the words are so charged when we think about uprisings or protests that end in violence that involves some aspect of violence on TV you hear about riots. Can you tell me a little bit about why you call them violent uprisings, and what you think of some of those other words? I mean in some ways. I think riot is pejorative, because it seems that when people use that term, it's divorced from the context in which people are participating at it seems as it's just want violence as a social and Beran, and not actually rooted in issues, and you don't violence approach as protests had along and storied history in the world, so if you think of Labor bread riots. In France in England. Through the green corn rebellion in the United States hey, mark an uprising working class people people without a lot of political capital engage in violent protests as a way to make their voices heard, and it seems that really in the nineteen sixties when blacks began to use this as a primary tactic in their. Repertoire of protest actions that really begins to be demonized in not lauded as you know the underclass kind of going up against those in power and so for me, I like to use rebellion or uprising, because I see these actions on a political. Continue up that you have protests, you have marches, you have demonstrations and at one end of that spectrum. Is this violent protests? It's not divorce from the other things that have come before, but it's the next step when those issues are continually ignore it. Well. It's interesting to think about the more recent violent protests in the context of that long longer history of protests and the longer history of civil rights and racial relations in the in the states as a white person and also somebody who's gone through sort of the standard His. You know I'm not a student history just like history and high school and all that sort of thing. Boy. Is there a difference in the way that we hear about the non violent protests. Martin Luther King. Gandhi all that sort of thing, and and then the way that Events like watts are described and certainly the way that the media today traits events like Ferguson. And there's a difference between how they were portrayed in the moment, and how they're remembered so watts south central l., A. Nineteen, sixty five. This is one of the first when the earliest large uprisings, and so there is the infamous McCone commission that came out where Ronald Reagan is referring to these folks as mad dogs and lawbreakers, and so even though they're pathologising to actions of the people who are engaging in this type of protests they. They. Still understand that it's rooted in politics. The kerner commission, which came out in nineteen, sixty eight, which looked at that. What's been called the long hot summer of nineteen, sixty seven, and that and that was summer with a whole bunch of protests and uprising. Something about that's correct. That was the deadliest summer and the one with the most amount so in the aggregate, the most amount of in terms of scale and scope the largest. Amount of uprisings, this is when you're and Detroit. Both happened and the Kerner Commission looked at this, and said that this is actually rooted in the fundamental desire to have full inclusion American Society and that it's this notion that had as Robert, focus and a scholar who wrote about this in the contemporary moment, said it's not a attempt to overrun America but to alert America. That's something is very wrong and I think when we look at it today, you know it seems. A bit as an anomaly, I at the time Ferguson has time of Baltimore. There was a black president. I think many of us had kind of been lulled into this false sense of security of a a sort of colorblind society. That racism was over. No longer are people using the end where no longer is. The clan burning crosses on people, Yar People's yards. It's over, but in many ways is racism became more systematic or structural, more institutional and hidden, and so these issues still exists is that people don't realize that they're
"mcdade" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Okay back to Matt and date as the teed mcdade Dan mcdaid as they play the back nine and I was trying to be clever here and I stumbled over my word Sir that's right. I think you get so excited about the golf reference. It fell down. That's all right well. You know it's a day one of the masters leaderboard looks weird because a lot of guys than having started playing it but man what a beautiful course excited to continue our conversation today with Dan mcdaid he is a longtime sales and marketing <music> a thought leader currently the managing a prospect experience so let's talk about <hes> this concept prospect experience because I've never heard someone describe it this way as soon as you start thinking about the the idea of creating experience your prospect it makes so much sense. How did this come A. B. for you? You know what what kind of lead you put a focus year. After twenty one plus years running point Clare this is a bit of a different similar in vein but different direction what led to this. I guess it was frustration <hes> and also looking for what I considered a market niche that was under served so again you read every day you read something about C._x.. Customer experience and you know the prospect of being totally ignored and I feel like prospects are just really dumped on and how do you usually have a couple of minutes ago. About how do you basically take starting the relationship wrong and then converting that to a client that had becomes an advocate for your services or your solution so really it was it was looking at the market and saying you know Gosh these marketing departments even though they're trying to personalize you know they're trying to create insights. I mean everybody's talking about that. You know they're trying to use artificial intelligence which I can spend the whole thirty minutes on that but the they're they're failing. I think to impress the market and I know that you probably suffer from the same thing I get you know probably a hundred and fifty emails a day in the hundred and fifty emails. They're not you know. Most of them are just totally you miss sense. I'm not a prospect for what they're offering not even close just as a matter of treating the prospect markup with respect and the other thing is is it makes financial sense you know if you are prospecting too broadly then you're wasting using a lot of the money that could be spent on the core prospects and you're spending it on those who will never convert we have one client in particular was too big I._T.. Services firms in one case he evidence twelve hundred total prospects that those are the all that's. That's all he wanted to sell to us both prospects and he met with a larger company and now he's target market is five thousand prospects but he is just relentless in marketing to those key prospects only ten or fifteen thousand companies out there if theoretically cricket seltzer but he recognizes routines to sell to the five thousand best ones and spend all of his budget there well as you as you put a greater focus on a narrower audience that allows your message to get better <unk> know their needs better and have more relevant conversations <hes> encourage people to check out what Dan's doing now prospect dash experience dot com and you talk about the twelve point prospect experienced transformation to understand what's working. What's not what people need to do? Better what can people can people see in that it would that twelve point process where a couple of after a couple of points that are particularly important well I. I think there's a there's a few things one is <hes> under each of these talk points. There's a description of exactly what we're looking for looking at and <hes> some people have told us we have too much copy on the homepage but we're trying to prevent almost a place mat of twelve things that we think that if you looked at these twelve things deeper that you do much better with your prospecting so <hes> you know things like <hes> defensible defendable differentiator French eaters. I don't think companies spend near enough time on that you know they they have an opening statement. They have transition statement. They've got some questions that they ask like. What are the questions that you see all time as well? Tell me the two or three per initiatives. Our priorities are important to you this next year. Are you know companies. Don't want to hear that anymore. They don't want to hear what they don't want to have to talk about. What keeps them awake at night as you said just a few minutes ago you know they want that conversation to be valuable? Well how do you how do you have some defendable differentiator companies. I I don't really think spent enough time on that. You know the the <hes> the multi cycle <hes> nurture process we talk about there being we used to refer to it as multi touch multi media multi cycle processes to multiply results and then a the company came along that we actually were closely for years and they came up with the term cadence and you know so we've at that we've adopted cadences are description of multi touch multi media multi cycle but <hes> if you take a look at the cadence that's created by most companies. They're they're not persistence and frequently not professional in the way that they go about that Kate and so I say every every call matters every voicemail matters and every email matters which by the way totally different subject but we have very very high number of leads about fifty percent of our leads come from voicemails and emails voicemails and emails are incredibly important to us but you know looking at that multi cycle nurtured process. I I have an in one of the blogs on the prospect dash experience dot com site talks about nurturing and there's a table in there about how with the effect of nurturing you can actually triple the results of most marketing campaigns. Most companies are leaving the about Sousse flirts with the opportunity basically on the cutting room floor because they don't effectively nurture just a couple more minutes here with damage date. Thanks we appreciate his time in incites today. He is the managing partner of prospect experiences prospect DASH EXPERIENCE DOT DOT COM check it out learn more about what he's doing and his <hes> his prospects experience transformation process Dan movie us kind of wrap up a little bit here want to ask you about such a share. Some of the the people may have had an impact on your business that other people you should check out as well. The authors could be speakers that can be alive or dead. They can be professors or former managers even clients like how do you who are some people that you stand out to you that have been really influential in your learning might recommend other people check out as well one of them. He's gone and he didn't do an awful lot of writing that he was a very influential boss and he had an expression that was that was a great when it came as a people and he said you can't put in what God left out which I always thought it was a great expression you know I didn't really know that much about John Miller when he was at Marquette as a matter of fact I was seen in the marketplace this kind of railing against marketing automation so probably wasn't as a fan but I think that but I've read about him and what I've seen with engage you since <hes> I think he's he. He did a great job of outlining A._B._M.. Should look like and there's some out there. That's High P based marketing ten. It's not I- A._B._M.. At all and the other shout out that I'll make you know this guy who I think is just a wonderful writer fantastic speaker. That's Mike Weinberg. He has two books out one of his new sales simplify them the second with a sales management simplified. I think they're probably to the best books on sales including inside sales are yours. I think the two of the best that are on the market right now. I Love That I love Mike Weinberg stuff. I think they've got their outbound conference coming up here next week or two. I believe and definitely got to watch what I like about. Guys like Mike Weinberg Jeb Blount and others is not what they're doing. What they're saying is not trendy in one of my questions the early on was you know the things that are different now that are opportunities for sales people versus the things that are really kinda universal <hes> the things sort of transcend tools and APPs and social this deny that how important is it for four for sales people but also marketers to really kinda go back to the classics? I mean you've got the modern people like Mike Weinberg than you've got. You know got the Jeffrey emerge. You've got the Zig Ziglar of the world. How important is it to continue to gain that knowledge in who are some of the other people that maybe from from a sales fundemental standpoint you recommend people check out great great question and <hes> I can kind of summarize that by saying that if you look back over the last ten years or even maybe twelve years you went from it was a very outbound southbound focused environments to very inbound folks environments where outbound is dead cold calling that kind of thing to it I now refer to and you and I've talked about as an hall down? You know up environments and I I read just recently is always something that was. I thought it was really good tripper Tuesday at the group I know you're a fan too was writing about that it instead about three years ago now that the tide turned from the inside focus of the outside focus. I think that the warning to marketers marketers is is that you know that the market has changed again and there's more emphasis on out down than there is an inbound and that's because you can't drive the revenue that you need if you just simply focus on them coming to you so my my suggestion. Is You know take a look at outbound. Don't be so focused on the technology. Don't be so focused on the stack. Don't be focused on lead scoring because you know not every senior executive wants to be treated like human equivalent of a pinball only getting your attention when they hit the right bumpers and scored enough points so that's basically the definition of marketing automation gave a senior executive. They're not going to score high which means they're not gonNA get your attention which means the competitor is going to win some of the best prospects and best opportunities out there so that's <hes> i. I hope that answers the question Russian. Those are my my sense of things that I think that that helps a lot. I think that a lot of what you're describing in terms of inside versus outside sales and you talking about you know so the way we think about leads inbound and outbound I mean all important considerations but those are all internal internal constructs. Those are all things we decided ways that we want to manage the journey and I think it's really easy to ignore indoor. Forget that the prospect is really in charge that the buying journey is more important than the sales process and if you can line those in a way that respects the prospect respects the by respects what their position is you can be guide challenger Sale Model Teach.
Rep. Matt Gaetz appears to threaten Michael Cohen on Twitter
"Reminds me of shook night, and I'm feeling I'm giving Matt gaetz too much credit. Okay. But to say, oh, yeah. You're gonna testify guess my beloved Donald Trump. Okay. By the way, about f- airs that Donald Trump had that Michael Cohen paid hush money for and you were talking about mistresses mcdade's. We're talking about mistresses you. Claim that you're a family values guy, you support a scumbag who cheated on his wife over and over again while she was pregnant and had adult star mistresses. I don't mind that. But you claim your tolerably against it a less. He's going to give tax cuts to your rich friends, and he's going to hate the same color people. You hate match Matt gaetz doing right now. So are you flexing your muscle for Trump hoping that he's going to give you some sort of promotion, maybe accept you into his administrate? Like, what are you doing? No, no was manly. Look, we talked about a strong political strategy all the time on the show, and what are people angling for a wire they actually leaving the administration. Sometimes how are they angling to get into the administration? No in Matt gaetz case. I think he he's a true shirt. So he likes authoritarian government, he likes Donald Trump has ignored the rule of law over and over again. So whenever you need. Political thug to co on TV in the back, Donald Trump. He wants to do it you Matt gaetz is your guy. So he steps in there with fervor with relish, and he's like, yeah. Michael cohen. Why don't we go after your family and show your wife? They'll problem she's about to have when you we tell her about your mistress. You wanna testify go in and do it you'd be perfect in a Brown shirt, Matt gaetz? So keep it real as to what you're doing. And if there was any Justice in America, they would definitely charge them with witness tampering. There's no reason in the world you would reveal that before he testifies no prosecutor in their right mind. No point in their right mind wouldn't reveal their strategy before the testimony. It makes no sense at all. There's only one reason you would say to head to make sure he doesn't testify well reporters did manage to. Catch Representative gates and ask him some questions about this. So let's hear what he has to say. On about his wife mentioning his father in law should be perceived as a threat absolutely not were witness testing, not witness tampering. And when witnesses come before congress, their truthfulness and veracity are in question, and we have the opportunity to test them. Listen, I don't threaten anybody. Michael Cohen threatens people if you go back and look at the phone conversations he's had with reporters. I think he told one reporter that what he was going to do to her. It was ethin- disgusting. So Michael Cohen by his own admission is a PHD in threats and intimidation all I'm doing is saying that someone is gonna come before the congress and continue their stream of lies that they ought to be prepared to set the four corners of those lies. We already know that Michael Cohen lies to congress. We already know that Michael Cohen allies to law enforcement. Now, we're going to find out if Michael Cohen lies to his own family. No, wait a minute.
"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"There's a lot there's enough going on in this world. You know? You gotta eat every day. You gotta figure that drive through religion fast food. I get this art piece now. JP mcdade. You can follow on Twitter. JP underscore mcdade year. Here's a post, for example, Alexandria, or Cossio Cortez is doing an outstanding job as a Representative. I believe it won't be long before she achieves the highest accomplishment. There is getting engaged. Great. Weirdest tweet. I cracked up when it was because you see in these in the paper and gossip sections. It's like, oh, my God is is who's the woman from friends? There's Angelina Jolie, and then who's the friend who saw Chinaman's Alina Jolie from friends archenemy. Rachel from France. Thank you chatty. Open your mind, Jennifer loose. Thanks jolie. In this the. Jennifer. Oh is in real life. Speak Keith silent. Anyway, my point was you always see her. She can be okay. You can't seem to find love and get it together. And you know, what it's weird like Silas into a an alanon like one hour long speeches online. And you don't interrupt like you can actually say the only thing that they clap for is. And I've been sober twenty five years or one year, however, clap for that, but you can say like, high achievements. Then I became the CEO my company after I was homeless and Bill on no one's going to clap. It's just your story except like, and we're still together ten years later. And they're like, you know, what fuck it that's love. And I'm like, hey. Yeah. This guy is the one who kept running out on her. They made it. Okay. But it's it's the same as lake, you know, finding the good job and holding it down. JP mcdade on Instagram mcdade baby mcdade, baby. And the website is the same mcdaid baby dot com. All right. Thank you all very much. Makes you come only time he puts like any kind of about own you. You. John..
"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"You this is to help on brainwash, you will speak in a brainwash to do, you know, the movie exit through the gift shop just a movie about banks, and they had Mr. brainwash. We were there's theories that that's Bank see at cetera. But let's say he's not Mr. brainwash was banks. He rip off and he did the just the dumbest art, right? And you know, it'd be Elvis with a machine gun and say don't be cruel. It wasn't clever. It looks like Mr. brainwash did this it's cheeses. But it's run them with. Donald very very famous for making fun of banks to that does drive me as kind of banks. I thought it was a little bit over the top that they made all the Jews who sent him to death the hamburglar, but. I thought that'd be the part that offended people. They had the stripes. Right. You know, if I if if I was Christian Jesus on across would offend me the most because that's the way that you killed my Lord and savior. And I'm just watching him. Beginning kills on how much the Catholic church is into the image of Jesus getting his ass fucked up, right? Stations of the cross when we were like seven years old or something that's all the different detailed descriptions of how Jesus got his ass kicked. Why Twitter stations of the cross like seventeen of them? They're they're posted around like every church, and it's like the different stages of like, I don't know where it starts. But it goes through like Jesus suffering and crucifixion resurrection and stuff like that. So you like memorize the passion of the crisis. It's the book that the passion of the Christ was based on last. So you read the book first movie was infinitely better. But. Did your school or something? Make you watch that Wolfer grown up Catholic house go to CCD bible school or whatever during the week. And then you get confirmed in eighth grade. So it's all leading to your confirmation. So the passion of the Christ mino-, that's that's part of it. But it's like if to learn all this bible seventeen different bible things are all different kinds of Christian stuff. It sounds like really stuck with you. And it really. Yeah. Just flows. Ataman? Honestly, all this is more offensive than this, Ron. Do you? Do you still believe in any part of it? No church. No. I only for weddings. I guess. But I, you know, I'm kind of like, I don't really believe in the church. I don't I started kind of skeptical of high school. And then after that was like, oh, yeah. This is clearly just an institution meant to control people. And like, hey, you would you call yourself in eighth ius because some people it's hard for them. I dunno agnostic, I guess, but I was raised raised Catholic. I was just reminded me of like going into eighth grade. We were basically brainwashed by like this youth. Pastor guy who came in to like speak to us as a class of kids who are about to get confirmed. And it was like this like a Qatari play not. Hey, guys, suckered us in and it was like three hour long thing. And eventually he was telling stories like there was this boy in my school, and we all bullied him and he killed himself. And like, we're all crying. Yeah. It is like softened us up, and then that seems transitioned into by the way abortions happen every day, and it's your fault. And if you don't. Stop it. They're going to hell. And crying, and he's thrilled will inside probably. And then it was like. This whole brainwashing thing that they put us there. That's out that doesn't. As weird that this person does that this fucking job. I'd love to get that kind of roadwork. Sweet. To be booked often. Ask you a weird question. Are you with abortion now? You are viewed as more it's more of a women's health issue than like the framed it when we were kids as like, this is just cold blooded murder that happens to babies all the time. So it's like, okay. I kind of get like if you're a kid, and you're hearing that why wouldn't you be against abortion? It's like, it's it's a much more nuanced issue than that people. Like kinda did they just had an agenda and they wanted to force your kids. Do. Right. But it saves a lot of time to think for yourself right again..
"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I think I think what amazed me about the data working is that there's enough should all around you. That's trouble. Why push it did you see the I'm looking at a it's in Israel, obviously, one of the most religious places on the planet. They have a museum and as an art piece they have Ronald McDonald put on a cross. What are you doing good good who fried for our sins? Thank you. A sculpture of a crucified Ronald McDonald sparked violent protests that is rarely museum where hundreds of Christians called for its removal writers hurled a firebomb L. Yeah. That's what Jesus would do and threw rocks at cops while demanding the artwork MC Jesus began from the Haifa museum of art three cups were injured. And some protesters tried to break into the building to remove the piece the exhibit is called sacred goods which also includes Barbie doll versions of a bloody Jesus. And the Virgin Mary first of all hi fi is not a religious area that's true salon and Israel is not necessarily religious country, except that they keep fighting for God for some reason other than the, and I know what you mean. But it's like, my parents when they moved here, they put me in religious school because I was away from Israel. So it's just a way to learn about your religion. But in Israel, you just live your life. Right. So but good. This is an art museum, and you should look at your fucking self. When in the name of God, you're throwing bombs at your people your own fucking people over McDonald symbolism. And by the way, Israel hasn't McDonald's. What the fuck you're not supposed to have any Donald's. Maybe they're kosher. But it's just so I guess it's fine because they're kosher. But it's this like symbolism. It's it's you not knowing, you You know. know, how angry you are in in the name of the most what supposed to be the most peaceful thing in the world. Right. You're saying religion brings you peace culture. And wondering it, right. What are you doing do think, this is all part of the exhibit? You put this. You have run them with Donald cross the artist knows it'll turn violent and then the violent people stop in thinking. What did I do? Like, it's really interactive. The protesters were actually just mad that it wasn't grimace. Grimace was the true son of God to put Ronald up. There is blasphemed against the Lord. I Meyer people who go against the culture and watch them try to burn down counterculture. Obviously, I'm anti church, I'm anti religion. But I never I never understand. These are pieces. I couldn't picture looking at piss Christ. For example, go never thought of that the crucifixion, but in piss even know they're going for McDonald's zoo Lander character. On this thing I've ever seen reminding you that religion should be left out a little bit. And if even if you believe it, you should understand to have a sense of humor about everything and don't be such a fuck induced heart, and also what is it? Do. It makes us talk about this in a silly way. Making people understand that religion can be mocked, and you don't have to follow what you were born into just because they said you're going to go to some place that is either wonderful or terrible or whatever the fuck. They're making up as a kid brainwashing..
"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Girl dot com. If you run or work at a data, you gotta tell me, what's what do you get out of it? What the fuck the get out of a job? Probably. I mean. Yeah. You get you get a VO data cat cat. You get to sit your grandpa down on. Bucket in the back. So we can cut open the cigars and just the wraps of the cigars in little plastic bags and sell those. Apparently. What you say? So fucking hard calling. So this this is one of those Brooklyn data's the drunk is deciding the sleep the owner. All right. This story. The owner bothers to try it can't conceive. So can I. I'm not bothering you. He came to sleep says the owner I told him though, I told him to go what imagine that? That's what they said to Jesus. Lesson learned, and that's you said go away to a crazy drunk person. And didn't your whole shift? You're just waiting to die. Right, right. He's not gonna come back. Angry drunker your whole day is ruined. Because I tipped over account. Like, one of those standalone magazine racks around for some reason. Yeah. Yeah. And then also like you get to in Sunday goes where they have those triple X magazines like right there, you get to watch people pick that that's fine. Go through like do I want these jugs or these jugs sometimes I make a suggestion? Oh, so and so is on this cover. I love her pussy. He be guy the drunk. I was angry being told to leave. So he flipped a lottery ticket screen off the counter move closer to the clerk shove the cash. Register off the counter Adam tried to knock over an ATM. But of course, couldn't grab the clerk shopped him against the glass door of a refrigerator tossed them. To the ground slant them into a rank of. So he's thrown them on the grades picking back up throwing them back into a rack of treats act survive. These things starts flinging lottery cards at them. You win you you. You would Faulk you? I just wanted to nap. What happens if you do steal a role of lottery thing who's I guess they can figure out to when you turn it right to go back to that place. Oh, yeah. Right. I want we cops responded and arrested. This thirty two year old who was still inside the store the clerk suffering minor injuries, but refused medical attention. Gotta stay at the sooner the crime. When you hang around not might be very offended by the clerk suffered minor injuries. These are major injuries that you will never see right there. No, it's just that. But it's another day tool emotional wounds. Yes. You know, it's just another day to this guy. Yeah. That would be my last day on earth possibly, I don't know. I'm done. I gotta lay down from minute. Oh, Lord a little differently. I'm aggressive, right? A lawyer for an alleged Pennsylvania drunk driver claims that his clients blood alcohol results might have been skewered or skewed gives me skewed by terrorists to buy her nervous nibbling on her coat. Okay. Her blood alcohol count was nearly twice the legal limit. Gop said, but the lawyer argued in the court hearing that the coats chemical composition may have thrown off the test. All yeah. There's like a bar in jersey that gives you a coat when you walk in. Yeah. Okay. No, no, J P cases. Now. In the show to let go until like Burlington coat factory and just start chewing on peril. You open. My closet in my house. I quit drinking but five winter coats key, ever seen moths. They are fucked up on. Looping around buzzing around like eighty on garments. All right. Let me tell you, by the way, that's the industry. My dad was in. I. I'll be in the back trying on the coats. Oh, my dad was always happy after he.
"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Would you like it toasted your highness liked mayo? Please let's that's not a that's not a setting. We just put the mayo in two different bottles. One of them says light on it. Use a cigarette lighter by the door. And now those on a string why I'd I'd sooner adored. Used it. I've not use it. But if you buy Lucy's, you gotta have a lighter. So they always have a wider hanging on a string by the door. I'll buy this beer in the open it up for me. And the guy will do it because he'd rather that than have it smashed over his head. On my way, home from here and that guy smoked cigarettes indoors just hanging out. But this guy tried to be subtle when I walked in. So he put it under the register. Like. Like, hey, I don't know if you know, but your crotch smell like cigarette smoke, and there's this smoke coming out of it. And interestingly enough down that block those always a cop car, nobody gives a fuck. That's one of those dagoes that I'm like, there's no there's no way your data. You've been in big is and you see the guy behind the counter like eyeing everybody in the store at the same screens all the security screens at the same time has not stressful. That's got to be the most that has to be the world's most dangerous job. Even just the stress of having to keep an eye on everybody guy walks in in the owner. You're like, oh, good. Is dick is in his pants this good? Yeah. Because even if I follow you around with my eyes and on the camcorders, and whatever when I watch you steal that here. Let's say I'm going to be like gimme the beer bag. Please. Don't you? Yeah. That's going to cost me five dollars by right? It's got to be for the lottery winnings. Right. Like how much money could they be making? I think they have pretty narrow margins. Just based on the fact that they've been open for every major blizzard of the last four years eighteen feet of snow on the ground people were dying in the Bodega. I think it's like every other immigration story. You you come here. And you find the people that speak with my father. He came here, and he stayed at his friend's house for a week. He got into the garment industry so anyone who knows him that came through. He showed them that is. Yeah. And then all of a sudden, you're in the garment business. Our Email is info Akif.
"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I saw I saw fistfight in Bodega at eight in the morning, like shit just goes down kids will ride their bikes all the way into the store like not even dropping them out in the front. Just ride all the way aback by the fridge. I have a shady block I told this story before, but I have to repeat this so many times the other Bodega, that's totally shady Andrea staying in my place after week now. And I'm like don't go into that Bodega at all because they act like look at her face. They act like they don't want you there when you walk in. So one time we walk in. And sometimes you get desperate at night, and they're open. Yeah. You we walk in and the guy behind the counter is smoking a joint and not even being settled about it. I mean, how could you be and just looking at us. Like, why you here we just turned around and left when we left right outside of that somebody was selling twenty bags of we'd like it was the nineteen eighties. When do you hear like twenty like why are you hearing that on the block? Got. Yeah. I mean, it's a good day. If you weren't shot as a data owner, and you must be making so much money. Yeah. And then I think about like when I stand in front of the candy thing. And after like five minutes, I give them a dollar fifty for my decision, and they may have to restock that. When I order say what's from her, but data sometimes I picture like if I was the worker I'd be like I don't wanna for five dollars now. Now, thanks on. Now. I don't care if you want mayo or night, right? I'm just here. So the I get money if you win the lottery by chance I'm making sandwich for five dollars..
"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"So he's not only in love with one specific person. He happens to be bad stealing lights and licking bells. Yes, that's Christmas. Yes. Right. I mean what else? Do you do with those lights in those bells them any extension cords? He was trying to spell out. I love you on his house. This way has something to lick all season. Just like one light at a time. I assume what do you guys do at Christmas this tradition? I use sure. You have to change your name, right? If you're. And then just know he's gonna show. That guy was going to get a show before. I do. He's on big, brother. Drunk trying to does in the back of a Brooklyn convenience store went on a rampage tearing the place apart and attacking the Clark who tried to wake him at air. But for the grace of God go, I I would never try to wake sleeping, man. This is a job. I would never have a data worker in a big city. Yeah. Oh my God. That'd be personal. Hell I mean just yesterday I needed toilet paper. It's like the middle of night. I go into get it. And you know, everybody's giving this guy hassle walked through the door, and they're placing their orders as they walked through. There's no wine ordered is kind of people are just bringing things to the counter at varying times just paying for them. Whenever funk. The stock exchange. One of my day goes the corner one he he's got the neighborhood lotto players, and it's it's like an actual hang feels like at certain parts of the day was like that. Yeah. Really because they had one of those like, okay this guy. So those standing out there like it's off track betting there watching horse show for some reason the all gather at the same time of cigars little it's weird. It's very very strange and then. You seem calm brash. So, but then, you know, they're not like the most together people in the world. So when newbies come like they've seen me before. But I'm still a newbie. So they'll say like weird shit or try to talk to me or whatever. And the guy standing there like. Okay, stop. And I'm like, all right. Yeah. You they really hard you. Thanks for backing me up. And so it just like say weird Chit whenever or like hang out in the Bodega everyone walking in feels weird. But you just go cigarettes. It's not worth it. When I was there last night some guy had a ball. And he's like I want to give this back to you. Give me ten dollars return policy in the guy goes, we don't sell Bonk's within sell that to you sold it to me. No, I did you did mother fucker didn't. I mean, if I've ran a data that'd be out of business one day. It'd be like, yeah. I did a neutral zone. There are no laws, right?.
"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Oh, chair your wedding say it with me. Yes. Yeah. I'll give you give you a rating. I'll let you know what I would be needing the day of your wedding. So that you make sure you haven't. But I think SOLAS got you covered. No, you found love the mixture of works out get into fight some of this story, Ashley Kice there. Twenty seven was caught on surveillance camera using a large cigarette. Butt receptacle to smash the glass doors of the west Wyoming police department at one am she was looking for the cop that she'd been hounding romantically since he arrested her in may for violating an order of protection obtained by her former domestic partner on seeing this. Order of protection violator won't take. No for an answer. Where is officer, Bob? I love him. But you know, it's crazy if this was a movie be like like if they ended up together. Climactic scene of ram calm you ever seen how violating those last are. It's like, I'm interrupting your big important meeting because I have feelings. Oh by all means, Bob, please come in and share them with me, and my colleague a mockery of airport security, right out. Okay. You off that plane, right? I'm running on the tarmac. No biggie. No one's getting arrested. No one stopping planes. No one's threatening each other's lives. No one's running sued things. You're not supposed to be people have run through houses. Because look this is the fastest way to my to my love, right L. But this woman's crazy. How slow is business at the Wyoming police department. We don't need bulletproof windows. We're just going to do the regular windows. Someone breaks in with like a plastic cigarette. But well, they didn't think about love you. No more powerful than bulletproof so powerful always wanna see those romantic those rom coms where the guy makes some stupid gesture in the woman floods the floor. Honey, where I wanna see after the credit when they go. Yeah. You know, what we're together? Let's go on vacation. He's like, oh, I don't have a job anymore when I left that major meeting that was major and the company's going on on the spirals Humby on fired. I'm being sued in Schumer has the the whole dance number. And what was that movie? Trainwreck? Train wreck it big dance number Madison Square Garden like with the eye. And then it's like she gets the Bill for you. Madison Square Garden. It's one hundred thousand dollars. On the low end, right? Video you can find online of a man in Salinas, California licking a door bellies caught on security camera for I always wondered what those things tasted like he's looking the doorbell for three hours. A Papa John's delivery guy had just come through there. And I thought the doorbell taste like garlic knots. He's he's he's he's staring at the security camera as he's looking the door about three hours street. He's making contact work. Question. What did she say? She said, you could ring my bell. We don't get the full story. He was also caught on camera urinating on the front lawn. Three hours. What are you gonna do? I picked her. I'm the guys lawyer. And I'm like, why do you have to p on the lawn? We can play it down too long. I mean, he's really working the store bell. He liked kisses around the edges. You know? It's like a guy that those don't go right for the nipple. I don't think I've ever made out for three hours. Let just linking one thing. He's thirty three years old. Roberto Arroyo, I hate this aim with an ice cream. It would be just down his hand. I'm reading more articles as police manage to track down, Mr. Arrojo. Don't you lose your, Mr. right? He shouldn't be a Mr. specked, everyone looting, the Bella gerbers. He was accused of stealing extension cords also that power Christmas decorations about he faces charges of prowling theft and violation of probation charge. Let it he steal her heart. I her innocence. Well, I guess the steam my is right. The cords to Christmas decorations. He was stealing from people's houses..
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"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Com slash forums. Is where you vote let's say voting ends in a week or two, you know, so make sure you get in your your little pick now next segment and my aggressive shifting the show. I would not say regressive. Hello. Got to look up words in. How did you see your leg? Okay. Like stupid. The Dave Chapelle. Mike slap on the leg. Shattered it again, by the way, I'm looking at the category. Best fight with Andrea Allan can digression is nice. Andrea island has its own category. Happens to be Andrea Allan talking about does aggression all the time. Shit. I'm getting the whole rundown of the girl extended universe here. Oh my God. You're so each goofiest moment of next year now. I'm just being me, man. Mentioned without pot. Crazy. Most goofiest moment. JP Europe twice wome. Most do I. We have on Keats second orgasm sex move. And in second place right now next to Judy gold. Keith disciplining children is J P. Mcdade key tries to tell the story about Lenny Dykstra. Okay. Yeah. I remember those. Yeah. Those are good twenty hunting for myself both times. I'm going to log in from two separate accounts and he stuffing ballots. Hackers involved. We're gonna when you when you fill out an okay cupid profile. This kind of thing. Will you mention how clean your? The. I'm just going to play this easy going clean. Shea. Not ready. I don't people who write easy going are the worst. The I know our buddy and filled out the profile and wrote vegetarian go and just yesterday, we ate meat, and she goes, well, I want to be one Spiring vegetarian. I would not know how to fill out a form like that. Like, I hardly know how to vote for myself in this in this cat. Go word really think the only way to do. This is for Andrea to fill it out. It's going to be the most aggressive fucking slobby profile if you filled out a pro phone. Yeah. Bet that'd be tissue on the floor of the website. Do you know what I mean L ha I thought like 'cause I'd be crying through it. And I'm like Millen I can see that because I'm like, wow, really getting deep. This is news for those of you out there that are happy Sola Z O L A, it's a wedding company that will do anything for love. They say the reinventing the wedding planning and registry. Experience that could be to do you know when? When you thought there was a future. To do to put together a registry put together all the planning. In fact, we we know many people were that becomes a fight. It has become a fight. And also you need like a third party because two of you, and you guys will butt heads on something. You don't need that. Join five hundred thousand couples who've used Sola so Zoloft to like fear fear upcoming wedding. That shouldn't be a problem with them..
"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Hi. How are you? Do you want to hear what the Andrea one was wait? Talking about she took the picture circled. What was wrong in the picture gave me an extra rating called me a slob when into my history of her coming over to my house to say at which times and how I was a slob wrote a Lula they're trying to come up. No, what can possibly say. There's a slob sit down. I want good. Good Europe, the crying was modern family, and that one was law and order because Andrew was building a case. She was positive to say kinda I want this to have revisit this. This is okay. This is this is doing this to yourself. What could you possibly say? You're given the fact that you already set everything keeps going until you say the word pig, and then she'll actually. We don't say the P word injure. Yes. Hello pig. I can't. I just I don't know. How many times I can tell you the truth before you can just accept the truth? Do you know what I mean? Yes, we're not even picking on you at this. Do you know what a bully is? I'm not even you know, the definition comes in like Andrea, you you sound crazy right now. Okay. Yeah. Now. That guys. Bullshit. This is the fucking aggression debate all over again lunch. Hey JP. Would you consider me aggressive person? Hey, how they hear me? Very good. That's how we all here. You can get to that that people are voting on that also kind of goes, oh, these are bullies. Let me tell you some in school. I was bullied. I didn't come up to the bullies and go any thoughts. Tell me where you went wrong bullied. I know you I've known you for years and years and years of into your house multiple times, I intern for you when I was in college, and I cleaned your house, then and I've cleaned multiple times since then how many more times do you have to have me put you down on air before you can just admit that you're messy not calling you out Kaieda. You're messy, I'm neurotic, you know. What I mean, every maybe a messy erotic, no. All the garden. You can't let her it's insane. I it's like welcome to we're going to have to see photos of Andrews place, the balances out because if it's all like, a it looks like the matrix where it's just white and sterile. Everything's. I'm an incredibly clean person. But I have other qualities that are not I don't know. It's clean home dirty conscience. Exactly. Right. Yeah. Look at that desk hers her consciences, broken leg. They have to bring me until you weakened on pain, pills and loopy. So they can psychologically break. It's like M K L tra-. They're trying to control your brain prescription medicine. This is what I'm living. And how do you? How do you clean it? This normally with your legs. Yeah. I have to walk around and put things in around. You should see this desk. It's like it's the size of the last supper something. What are you talking about you need to walk around? It's like I stayed a fact to you with evidence backing it up and you're like Europe bully. I'm just staying what is real in ably goes to someone you're fat? I'm just stating a fact okay calling fat call you fat. Or did I say based off years of evidence and friendship, we'll making JPL comfortable, and I. All right. Thank you. We learned a lot of injury ear ache. I will fight you. You you can fight now. But you can't clean it this. And this comes. Sore cursor. We'll fight you. And that's just one of the categories in this year's Kako, keeping the girl dot.
"mcdade" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"You know, I'll leave the lock over here, blah, blah, blah, all shit. So they wrote like I was super nice. It's really good host. But two stars for my apartment who to stars too mother. Fucking star. Stars are better be like a knife fight involved or something you'd better be set on fire. Thank you know, justifying to starve you. They're nice. Did you see a rat? Eat a rat served to you and those trays did I leave my vibrator in the bed on? So listen to this. Okay. The if I found your vibrator in the bed. I would also get over it. Now. Listen, the house Atkin the was this is about a minute. Listen to my friend. This is shocking to me. It's not worth lawyers saying if it's hysterical, it's historical. So if something like a two star review gets to you. It's not the two star reviews. Like if I'm getting that mad. It's because there's a history here that I'm upset with the history. And it's because I just separated in one of my biggest worries was that. I can't do what we did together as one person. And I thought were insulting what I was doing as a single person, you know, like. It's so hard to keep up because I'm so used to for nine years, you have like I'll do the dishes, and you do this, and I'll pay this and you do this. And there's like this one is now that I have to deal with and I'm like you fucking come into my house, and you tell me that I'm not going I cleaned it every day on top. I'm getting so emotional because they're telling me that good job that you were doing. You're not is your voice wavering right now. Yeah. I'm about to cry. Because it's the history of I was on my cell phone ready. Like, I won't be able to do this. I won't be able to live by myself. I won't be able to undo the co-dependency and the the the togetherness that I had and like the whole I can't believe this. And so I just I was like, okay. This is another part of the heartbreak. Plus, these people are never fucking invited back into my house again picture this. Call me is a psychot-. Crying. Now, you're telling me, this is not winning now this as someone who's seen every episode and movie made by the jackass crew that was the meanest thing a comedy person has ever done to their group. Tap out. Right. Yeah. I'm like turn on my mic. Tell you to shut the fuck up. It's so funny because hearing yourself back I'm like like, the godfather of my mess to focus tugging. Off with this shit. And you know, what you come to my apartment on this fishery family -cation? To start. I almost I almost like punched my bad knees so kings with like notice something else, I'm like come on get it. I'm crying on the big fat, baby. I got a divorce. So why would you not think that people are going to vote for this one? That's exactly why I did basically a modern family episode. Voting for it. And but did you enjoy look at?.
"mcdade" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"Wow. Hi, I'm Jonathan Kaye part and welcome to Cape up. At the start of twenty nineteen. Let's revisit our best episode of twenty eighteen our visit to the Angela mcdade and his Chicago neighborhood year to the day. He and his family were shot at on their front porch. In june. I went to the Aspen ideas festival. It's a week long. Incubator put on by the Aspen institute every year and people from all over the world by and large liberals and very wealthy ten. There are seminars and talks and symposia centered around ideas about how to change the world in the organizers hope people will leave Aspen feeling energized in actually act on changing the world. This year at the closing session. There was a panel featuring three young people from Chicago, Arianna Williams, Trayvon Bosley, and the Angela mcdade where they talked about gun violence and through the course of the conversation, you find out they and their families have all been victims of gun violence, and we're not talking just one time. We're talking many many many times over the first death that I ever experienced with my father at age eight lost my brother, Terrell Bosley, April four two thousand six and he was well known gospel today have to fight for those who are born in on born and those who have lost their lives to come vialed. So these kids who came to Aspen talk about gun violence. They they did this in the midst of a larger to bait about gun control in our country that was sparked by the victims of of the park land shooting, the media paid attention Americans paid attention by giving them resources and time and money. So at the end of the panel, these three kids from Chicago will they let this group. No that they needed just as much attention. She's not more dismay disappoint that you gave partly monetarily spiritually. But also, mentally we need to say because the reality of one is our multiplied that one time seven hundred and what are these kids? Took it a step further a few minutes later by just asking a simple question. But how many people in this room will actually come to Chicago? It's been a day in our neighborhoods because we can make that happen if he really wants to and my hand reflexively shot up in the air. But so there were so many other people's hands shot up in the air. I mean, it was a very inspiring moment where this young woman, this young African American woman who is unafraid to challenge this overwhelmingly white crowd. To, you know, do this. And then I want you to come visit my neighborhood and to see people actually respond. That's what was inspiring. You said it's redbrick, right? I wanted to get in touch with one of the kids from the panel. So were put in touch with DeAngelis mcdade who made himself available. So we got on his schedule. Book our tickets and often went to Chicago there this find here. We got to the Angelo's house. It's a west Chicago. Neighbors aid. Angela nice to see you again. Johnson might produce a Carol diangelo mcdade. He's eighteen years old just graduated from north von Dale college. Prep house, shall we? Let's get a microphone. Oh, yes. That's what we need to put as promised. Dangelo took us on a walk around this neighborhood. This way, you can see everything on Dangelo street. It's non like any other sort of tidy urban neighborhood anywhere on the northeast. Everyone knows everyone on our blocks is kind of like everyone knows everyone's business especially that how fair, hey, Mr. rove. I'm going to sell. Why especially this rose? Specially that house is his wife is MRs rose. Mrs rose is very charismatic. Whether you need her not she's always there. And then we get to the corner two years ago. There was this giant building here kinda replica this building and apartment like an apartment building with stores and the ground floor. Yes, sir. And they tore down one thing that you'll notice about our communities. There are a lot of lots a lot of Vanda buildings. Couple of years ago. The mayor ruled out that. We had to start tearing down the van buildings because girls will become a kidnapped and raped and people were getting murdered in it. Let's take a right here you guys and visit this I mean, this is a major avenue. This is Chicago avenue where on and that was when Dangelo started explaining what was happening and who was where and what it all meant even here..
Mesa, Arizona, police department at center of beating video was already under fire
"A private investigation after the second video alleging police brutality against a black man was released this week stemming from the mesa police department mopping in the alleged victims say the new video shows thirty year old terrence kirkpatrick being assaulted hog tied mishandled by mesa police after he called them to report being attacked by someone trying to break into his apartment the victim says police also called him rachel slurs and beat his head against a patrol car dragged me out of the house drag me down the stairs near we had a problem with the police vehicle in terms of strapping me so my legs into my arms like a animal protests are planned tonight at five o'clock and friday night at seven outside of mesa police headquarters ali vetnar ktar news who's a strip mall fire is out in the east phoenix area after more than forty firefighters battled the flames in the heat one firefighter was taken to the hospital for heat exhaustion the fire started in a shed captain rod mcdade says they'll be looking into what was inside that shed walking in that shit what was sort in that shed who was in that shit preview to that homes in nearby businesses at thirty second.