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"middle april" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"We choose on who we're going to call for a influence view. Compare surveys after this. Because we have our own survey earn extra surveys. Yeah for sure. All right so i want you to think about something. The listeners with as far as last thoughts go okay guys. We have our Sales training all day. and Middle april two weeks because interest is she made. Dm as steve touching on instagram And guys please likes share. Subscribe comment because this helps dow rhythms right. This tells you to that. This is worthy contents if he has interact so please interact so we can drive that engagement And so last thoughts you went to leave. The listeners with last thoughts only leave listeners with So basically i would say for individuals who are trying to businesses find traction into the business in the in this wholesaling business or any business Really really good obsessed with it you know especially the wholesale business. I mean there's so many individuals now trying to get into it If you i don't know if you can cause If you have do the business i was gonna say and if you do half half half way of the business that you're gonna halfway results right. Yeah so really go all in less Or less or less exactly or less so really get obsessed with this. Put the work in know that the consistency and work at the few like is is the formula to this. Right you can have. There's a bunch of their hundred ways to market to off. Market sellers is one hundred ways to talk to them. There's everybody teaching sales course or teaching how to market or whatnot. But if you can if you can really just put put the work in do on a consistent basis you will be rewarded. Become a fanatic. Be become fanatic. Exactly and that's what i did. I mean my in my ear. It was just shawn. When i met sean terry in october i felt like i met a celebrity dude. I know like. I feel like i know you write same way. I feel like i knew what you knew when you came in. I wanted to give you a hug. Because i was like i listened to your podcast all the time so like an always. Keep learning right. I mean i'm always learning You know from different podcasts. Different individuals On instagram to this day. When i see sean terry i still feel like i'm a celebrity right. It's crazy is the pioneer he's og she had just just get obsessed and just put that work in..
"middle april" Discussed on 710 WOR
"This guy every day she goes. Oh, I love him. So I was kind of funny. You gotta You've got a fan out there in Mandeville Mai Mai de Blasio. Point is, I'm a no. Mark if you heard this story where he shut down Thies woman ice rinks that Trump took over. Did you hear that? Well, Yeah, it was a stupid, vindictive move. It was terrible to do the poor kids who would like the rink and to the parents who need the rank for their kids. So he did back down. He backed down and said it was a mistake. But it's a good point. Thanks for calling and say hello to your mother. But That was mean That's how crazed and Trump is not president anymore. He's been gone for a month. More than a month, and these lunatics are still suffering trumped arrangement syndrome. It's It's like one of those viruses where it just keeps you takes months and months still doesn't go away. So, uh, hey, back down, he'll leave the rink Open. The rink goes till I think Middle April or end of April, and then that's it for the season. It's warm out, so they get rid of the rink. It's two rings actually in Central Park, but they're supposed to come back in the fall. And he's claiming he'll undo the contractor. Get rid of Trump. I think in the contract that was like a $17 million cancelation fee, so that would be an incredible waste. Of taxpayer money. There is nobody in the world who won't tell you that. The Trump organization doesn't excellent job running that rink. They've been running it for I hate to say that Well, it's like 35 years. 34 years, They've done a phenomenal job. Never a problem with them. So you'd be insane to switch to another company. It makes no sense at all. Remember before the Trump organization took over the rink was a total disaster. It was it was a construction site for six years, they couldn't Remember all this job are they couldn't Oh, yeah, exactly. Yeah. Six years. And, uh, I couldn't figure out how to do it. Yeah, they couldn't get it done. Don't think 15,000,006 years and they said they were only halfway through and the reason Trump got involved. I don't know if anybody knows this, But if you're in Donald Trump's office or his apartment when you look out, it looks right into that rink. And if you buy an expensive apartment in Trump Tower, your viewers looked right into Central Park in the center of your window was this hideous construction site? That's why he wanted it finished. So he went public and started yelling and screaming and Ed Koch was the mayor, and he said, You don't understand. How difficult this construction project is. He's telling the guy who's in the construction business, and Trump said. It's a slab of concrete with ice on it. You could do this in a couple months you could and Thought catch thought it would embarrass Trump. He said. Yeah, Let's see you do it in a couple months, But we got it done in a couple of months very and he was smart. You know, the city was using an air conditioning company from Miami that didn't know what pipes or how to get it Cold. So Trump was smart. He called up the NHL, he said, I noticed you have a basketball game one night and the next day, there's a big, beautiful state of the art hockey rink there. How do you do that overnight? And they gave the top ice guy in the world. He brought this guy and it was what took the couple of months was tearing down every crappy thing The city had put in and getting rid of all their pipes and all that. The rink took two days to make Let's go Toe Mike and Suffolk County. Hey, Mike. Hey, Mark..
"middle april" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Shade cloth and we're still in a wonderful really wonderful temperature range you're doing our hair yeah you're doing everything you can to eliminate those stresses so yes I think you will be able to get a successful cutting out of it a good cutting and James you're always going to have the few strays that are just going to go nope too much trouble for me I'm gonna immediately bald but I think in general you're you're giving it the conditions that will keep it from being stressed and I think our temperatures are doing good I would expect one really good harvest yet you may be able to push to yeah there are they're coming along really good and usually everything go south you know about the middle April but I'd like to try to extend that with transplant said he'd given me all the advice is that that that I was looking for yeah sure I'm glad I called you yeah and and you're used to drip long periods without the water the sudden dryness of the soil boy that's a real big stress hit on so keeping that water on the drip side forum yeah I bet you get a good harvest maybe two okay what about you know like even in April starting to set out transplants when it starts warming up in the well you can always look at the flip side of this an April transplant will be totally based on how early are summer shows up and if it shows up really early and everything bolts there's still a pretty good market for Cory and so you could always harvest for the corrie ander seeds I think April but it's into that it's getting close category and it'll totally depend on how our weather breaks a spring but it's a combination of air and soil temperature and soil temperature and water stress if the temperatures would normally be okay but the plant is in dire need of water it may still bolt on you so that even consistent water will help carry him out longer thanks for the good advice this morning I appreciate that thanks for the call James folks can I see you there if you can hang on we're coming up for a break for the news Sisi's gardening naturally you can give me a call five one two eight three six zero five ninety we'll be back after this sports talk with Jason ed in BDO voice of big tex wave goodbye for the last time Bob Boykin the world famous voice of big tex died give the people contact to big tech's big Texas a statue at the state fair that big crazy dude up yeah I'm fired I did yes that yeah the voice of a high welcome to the state fair of Texas corn dogs and drink a lot what time is it I'm not gonna say that you say it five sixteen you still so afternoon four to six on news radio que O..
"middle april" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Well yeah more than we did flannel I was coming down and needed every bit of we had hail about that the written as a Sam we did you know nothing quarter size hail order says we had about the size we had made take all day as I mean it could a what is it gonna is this telling us want Matt we may see as we get later into spring so I hope we get to see some rain because we need it we need a bunch of Ryan especially since I'm getting into the B. business of god man had some mail then got Levin packages ordered and by the time the first of may winds up or about the in the middle April I'll have twenty halves of bees John in the US one Littlefield hard if you don't listen to the podcast our podcast the have jazz the we talking about me getting into the business and we just have a lot of fun just talking base I tell you what you know I was thinking John Eric what's going on in Australia all this land burning up and it's killing you know they keep saying well it's Killin billion animals yeah what's it doing the bees it's killed a lot of these to go on everything yes kill out you know a lot of people started those fires intentionally yeah yeah the account not like being a burning crop you know the crops or anything they just started over there now we can see it from space yeah I know it's not them laugh about because the what they say it's twice the size now the fired twice the size of Connecticut this but how much is bark like it's a the Connecticut Maryland the land is a lot like him but the idea Hey we did I did talk to John I wanted to let you know I talked to Jeff Miller Jeff is an assistant a representative Syria a and I will have him own probably the next few weeks they're still in the six are time off holiday vacation vacation yeah that's exactly what it is the dollars Christmas said that it was a new year's and will we decided that we would come back to work for awhile but they're still getting paid what a scheme but anyway we did talk to him and he does have a lot of they are doing they are working Syria a hiss and I will I will not I didn't take notes I should have I'm sorry I didn't but they are watching Dunlop in lake would and there you have got a lot of stuff that they're working now that's almost say I will let them tell you because I don't want to do here say that also I talked to representative and we go back here and fat and why didn't tell her that left the city John Campbell there are left a message with them like I say they're still in vacation so he would nobody was there so I left a message with them so maybe we'll find out something about like double up and like wood and the the Guadalupe I don't know we'll find out something I assure you and because they have done a lot of work and already and he he says can I well I'll tell you some stuff but you can't make can't repeat US done and they are all I can say you they are working on it that's all I can tell you and other working different angles to come up with money different ways I know looks life the landowners are gonna have to step in and help but they're working different angles that's all I can say so we did reach out to them so we are thinking about our brothers and sisters over on a let down a lot of pain like wood in a well lit the river so yeah we're trying to help so we're here in John appreciated also visited with Jeff about the Alamo what's happening there so and then I found out that Syria a is a big part of and make sure that this doesn't happen they are in two and I will say Kastellet I'll get him on and let you let him take a I don't see why they want to mess with it to begin with actually I am I'm sitting there well you know my family's blood was built to make the state what it is been model was my great great uncle he was killed to say that while he was that none of the theater far the Alamo then he he is the Ben Malham and the L. three hundred is the first ones that ran Santa Ana out Sir Tonio to set up the Alamo and he was the only one killed in that the scrimmage to a war so anyway yeah I gotta coming back from them did mom county upper Cameron Cameron is the county seat so yeah but he is my great great uncle and I'm I'm here to help any way I can so yeah that's all I'll say about that we will talk feral pigs family any all live there listen in on Debbie yeah I know we only have an hour owned a B. O. yeah what you can do is either go to our podcast and listen to the whole show a B. W. A. and I am thirteen hundred the zone be a three hour podcast and you can listen to the whole show are you just follow us over.
"middle april" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"But what's the point in making these guys pitch every five days in April? April is not the most important, obviously in you're right. Because that's why we're still isn't around or is back in the bullpen. But I mean, I see what you're saying. And it could possibly work. It's just my notes if it's going to be popular because it's the same thing that the NBA doesn't people hate it. I mean, you need to you need to have that consistency of going out there every five sometimes six days and just be do you need to understand? No, not so much in April. But that's why dude for may through June. That's why in the middle of the year. He was him. I especially since they still can go on the ten day. I l you're seeing it more. So that in the middle of the year, you're going to see guys going on the DL or the I L randomly because it's only for ten minutes calling. It the I'll now they are calling it the I it's the injured list. Well, you know, it is lean into its its political correctness. They didn't want to call it the disabled list more as a as a nod to people with disabilities. I guess we can call it. It's the I L it's not the type of thing that's going to send me in the first place. If it makes people feel better, that's fine. I think the difference though between this versus basketball is basketball as such. It's so much more of a hands on sport. Like the players on the court in basketball, even like a seventh or eighth man in ninth man, they have much more direct control over what ends up happening during games baseball. You know, maybe this doesn't affect the starting pitchers as much by and large you suit up you, go out on the field and eighty five ninety percent of the game done directly affect you. Anyway. Okay. Even do this whole team. We know at some point during the season Kershaw is going to get hurt right now. So why not try something? If he doesn't get hurt why it's April May June and August is ten days. Well, I mean anytime after the all star break is ruin you really want them to start vine ramping IDO Meech in the middle April May June first fifteen days of July do my plan. I just wanted to see them..
"middle april" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Milwaukee Boston then Houston all with two series leads the Stanley Cup playoffs. The Bruins even things with the Maple Leafs at two wins apiece with a six four win Toronto the stars on home ice handled the predators five to one that series knotted up at two and the flames will they blew a to nothing third period lead and lost at Colorado in overtime three to Colorado in command of that series. Now up three game. Two one joined WFAN's Greg g loo Panella Ron Harper. Alan Houston may ninth at the New York classic fishing tournament for details. Go to tjmartelLorg dot org and click on New York. Classic tournament. Fan weather overnight. Cloudy, some light rain possible. Low in the upper forties Thursday, mostly cloudy. A chance of light rain or drizzle, a high in the low sixties Friday, cloudy chance of showers and a high around seventy it's cloudy fifty one right now in central park. And that's what's happening. I'm Harris Allen with twenty twenty sports on WFAN sports radio one zero one nine FM and sports radio. Sixty six your flagship station for New York sports. Listen to WFAN anytime anywhere. Download the radio dot com app. Favorite us today? If you have Alexa, or Google just say play WFAN and you'll be locked into the fan. The right hander deals. It is. The garden party. Gardner plants. Bill. Three one now. Take three to two strikes to topple the ninth. Five three Chapman trying to seal it here. It'll be two Bradley struck swinging. Over win. Well, it's just a couple of games, obviously. But as these guys still the middle April, but you know, we always have a tough battle. Yes. These guys all these long eighteen or nineteen so to be able to take the first two of the season series, very important for us to hopefully, head in the right direction and all get on the same page move forward fears that the real motel brings the hands together the runners go, here's the payoff pitch this strike three. In the ball game is over. They throw a fastball by Braxton narrates pumps as fist as he picks up the save and the Phillies have taken the series two games to want a did. Well, definitely cut down on the walks. Those been killing me so far this year. So. His own early. Get ahead. Away, fisa, Kyrie hit left up, and he's got his hands extended. And then probably a dumb pitched, the Hernandez Tronto backdoor. Slaughtering this came right back or the middle. So I think those are just two mistakes that really cost me and cost the team to Right. Right. Oh, seven exactly Tony page with us all the way to five forty Yanks. They take a little too. Not so much lose two out of three to Phil's update on that boxer who. Messed up big time on that Michael fleekerman on the other side glass. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six is a number. So let's get this Thursday mornings party started right about now. Sixty six. Right and good early early morning one and all other by doing. Happy holidays. Happy Passover in eastern everybody coming up this week. Holiday. That'd get will get off on Friday. Ethics. We always got days off. But we still hear plugging along. You heard sterling, of course, garden party and plants Lun. You know, he's on his his on a roll Gardner on. Yes. And then how he rose the CBS eight and Wheeler s NY figure look at how pitches did with talking about what we spent it out of happen. I guess we got it Wheeler as getting they're getting their surly. But how much can we say that? Anyway,.
"middle april" Discussed on KOMO
"Starting to get crowded just south of highway eighteen to Ellington, southbound I five slow right around the Pierce county line as you had towards fifty fourth in five your next KOMO traffic at three or four KOMO forecast now, and we are mostly dry for today and through tonight, but a chance of showers returns for tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night, sunshine back. Again for Wednesday and then some showers for Wednesday night into Thursday. It's middle April in Seattle after all low sixties, very warmest will get this week. But it's probably going to be another day or two until downtown Seattle hits that sixty degree Mark right now. It's fifty five at KOMO news. Komo news time to fifty five. Major medical breakthrough in Israel brings us one step closer to three D printing, human organs, ABC's Giordani Miller reports from Jerusalem. Tel Aviv university of printed the world, I three D heart with human tissue and blood vessels. It's the size of a rabbit's heart. The key breakthrough are the blood vessels in ventricles, or vascular the hope is that this will allow the three D printed heart to function like a real heart with further research tall veer the lead. Scientist says his work will pave the way for three D printing of human organs using patient cells. What he hopes will one day make organ donations obsolete. Giordano Miller ABC news to Roussel wildlife. Officials say they relocated a bear. Who decided to take a stroll through Tennessee factory? The four hundred pound black bear walked through the Denso plant in Maryville last week. He was seeing just casually trudging through the facility on surveillance video seemingly unbothered by surroundings. The animal was shot with a tranquilizer.
"middle april" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Eight seven seven thirty seven sixty six sixty six and look I understand it's fifteen games in new a baseball season. And. A lot can happen over the course of one hundred and sixty two games. It's not the fact that the Yankees just simply losing these games. It is the look the feel St. overall stated roster. There's a whole lot of talent. That is not there that sitting there on the injured list, no timetable, quite yet on Giancarlo Stanton. No timetable quite yet on Erin. Hayes still waiting in seeing mcgillion do hall. He'll find out about Gary Sanchez. Tana's on Friday. I mean, it just made matters that much worse. So we set a dodgers last year under five hundred at some point during may rallied back when it division with these win over ninety games go all the way to the World Series. But that's tough predicament. You don't wanna dig yourself that much a massive hole. And we know the AKIs will eventually stop points and better baseball. But you don't want to see like two thousand five or two thousand seven over. Again. Remember two thousand five Anke started eleven nineteen. They rallied to win ninety five games. But it was a grinding entire season two thousand seventy Yankees under five hundred at the end of June and had to go on an incredible run. Just to make the postseason. This season was supposed to be fall more than digging yourself out of a massive hole. And it appears that's where the Yankees added. Let's head to flushing. Good pal. Bruce up next. Bruce. Day for your points. If I Karen, Bruce, let's do a baby number one last week. When I was. Game and see free coming up, and I tell myself, okay. Show me something. What's so call right back seat here for purpose show me something and he did. And I truly believe that that back and the phone back has saved his career because up until then didn't show much. He's been cartoons. And and you know as the Yankee working to make an impact in. So I really think that was made been does it back saved his career, Bruce. You know, what what Clint Frazier moving forward? And we know it's some point the Yankees will have some of the cavalry returning. It ain't Kuna be debate. In my opinion. I wonder if you agree or disagree Quin Frazier brick corner with the quality Vic batch were seen from those two individual players you and I both know couldn't Frazier is gonna deserve those at bats Brett corner. Yeah. I believe it's when you come back for it for a supposedly little timing back to last this long, some of the guys Franken wife taking someone I don't understand that. But but but let me get back to my next point Greg Berg Greg Burgess. She's saying now what happening with Greg bird. He's cases I want. I want to show me this past week. Why freighter showed me and he didn't and that sap at Saturday so replay after after Sabbath and was. Couple of play. So lucky Brucie should've easily hidden four six double play. Great great point. So the fact that bird. Something I I had made my decision. Hey birds and time to move them. Coming. That's point. Problem. Last year was the Yankees way too long. Two six. Was a problem with the hitting and took them wait too long to get cotton. And you look at this team. Yeah. I know people are gonna come back, but you need to do something. Now. Manager, but you need to impact on line up. Now, here's a question, Bruce. How are you doing that in the middle of April? How you doing that? Because I'm seeing. The fact that birds nothing to help me. So you get a left handed first baseman Sand Lake, and I got two guys in mind. One is is try five up. Uh-huh. Why does Chicago Cubs midway to April going to trade, you couch Wilbur, I tell you why? That's why I dead bullpen is a question. Mark injuries Maoist coming back, even though you're so in hand with Batanes injured, I think need to give up on your bullpen guys to get swab plus giving Greg bird. I like the warriors who I think has a light one. But to me, basically pointing picture and to me history bullpen, anyway relieving giving Chicago Cubs, and you get to come bird, and you give them the twice. A cat green on the wiser. But what did he do with Greg bird? They have a first baseman Dave, Anthony Rizzo. What does Chicago Cubs don't want? Greg. They can't they don't want him down in the minor leagues. Like, yeah. Bruce on the surface to the Yankees need left handed power. Absolutely. I'd want to get my hands on a left handed power back. It's also the middle April. I understand you point about the cubs bullpen. It's not very good right now. The cubs are going to sit here and tell you we got refocused on the way, we got brain immoral come. Craig birds comes what the hell the cubs. Greg bird. I grew u- I'm fed up with Burt. I've seen enough of Greg bird. The patience has run out. He's been given a golden opportunity. He is not made the most of it. He's been dreadful not hitting for power not getting on base. Not even performing well in the field. The minute the pack want to see less. Eliza Greg bird. Doesn't mean. The Chicago Cubs are going to want to take them off your hands. Let's say to Manhattan, Mike is up next. And he's on a foul, Mike. Hey, good evening, then thank you for taking my call. Thank you. Tiger with a master's, man. I don't I don't watch golf. I really don't play golf, and I call the fan many times never thought that. I would call talk about golf. But here, I am you what these guy did? He's on a believable. I mean, we saw this idol full full so hard. I remember in nine I was going to do a very tough time my show, and I remember the Yankees won the World Series, and then against the Phillies, and then a couple of months later, the whole Tiger Woods story hate, and I was going through a very tough time myself personal stuff. And I it was it was Irie, you know, being in my car going from job interviews and listening to fan and listening to Tiger Woods thing unfold. And going to myself like this guy's a human being, you know, and and then as I rebuilt myself over the last ten years. So did he the story goes beyond sports? It is unbelievable. I got goosebumps today. I didn't even watch any of it. I just watched some of the highlights. Oh, my God this guy what he didn't just like a little tournament. He won the master's. So for me. It was very sentimental for me going through a tough time in nine watching his idol fall and my life falling apart ten years later down thirty nine twenty nine hundred time things are rocking and rolling. Never even better. So grateful so grateful and to see this guy. It's very eerily. Beautiful to see what he did. I ended by related a lot with the guy that did not want to give up. No. I think it's unbelievable. I'm very happy for you. And I'm glad that everything is going well for you and your shirt and your wife is doing fantastic. And I remember where I was in two thousand nine I was doing radio, Houston York, and Tiger Woods was the iconic viscounts. Tiger Woods was bulletproof tiger wood is could as it gets on the golf course. He this squeaky clean image. And I'll be honest by when Tiger Woods was at his peak. I didn't particularly like them because. I thought he was too good. I like rooting against him. I was always a film Mickelson guy. But as de stories came out, listen, I'm not defending his behavior is on his wife and all the women that were involved, then you had. Potty breaking down. Mike what we love this country more than anything else. Is it good ole fashioned comebacks story. We're four we like to build people up we like to break them down. And then arise from the ashes. That's what we have with. Tiger woods. Tiger Woods was at the top of the mountain. He was this once in a lifetime Tampa golfer, and we ask good as it gets for over a decade, then we'll never crash and now Mike he's back winning a major. It's a real turnaround. I I will never I know. I know I will never forget, man. He was nine twenty nine years old grew up in Long Island drugs alcohol. Just everything was added control added control. And I'm listening to the radio, and it was just an I'm just going to myself. I'm falling apart. Everything's falling apart. What is done, and it was and then, you know, I started to get get back on my feet, and you know. Do my thing sober five years now. And then I saw the DUI which was not that long ago with Tiger Woods. And I said, oh, you know, what I say damn it would only years ago with the d we you know, that he had an I mean he kept fighting. He kept fighting back, and it's not it's not about. Yes. He had the money could retired and done all that he loves to gain. And I think he's spirit needed to. He he just had to show. I don't know. I can't even. Very simple. He could go. No, listen, he has more money than basically, but his comes down to Mike. It's the ideal proven people wrong. It's the idea of showing people guess what? Even though these players younger stronger entering those athletic career could still beat them. It was possible year ago. No way. When Tiger Woods was just came back on a golf course. You'll like, wow, it's great to Tigers playing. It's great that he's feeling great. Then you watched him at the British in the PGA championship said, you know, what this guy's.
"middle april" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Is if you need help, and that's the cyber tip of the week. Welcome back to Silicon Valley insider once again, I'm joined with Aaron Lowry who's the founder and CEO Ethernet. Hi, Aaron thanks, Keith. So early in the show, I had mentioned how five hundred forty million Facebook users had their personal data sitting out in the open in Amazon web services, Amazon cloud. Now, again, this is not about Amazon. This is about how the people that handle data in this case, a third party that partner with Facebook, probably at a time even before Facebook with the new scrutiny even had new policies that data is generated that data sits out there somewhere. And in terms of these third parties, they put it out. What I usually say is open field out on the internet and people then combine years later and see. Oh, wow. There's this five hundred and forty million Facebook users data sitting out in the open, and this becomes important because more and more people are becoming aware of personal data. So Aaron is the CEO of ether node, a company that is built on top of a blockchain platform. But there's all these use cases, including IOT or inter the things use cases and data privacy use cases, and they're trying to develop their technology to address these things like having your user data sitting out in the clear amongst others. Is that fair? Yeah. So back to what we talked about earlier this walk us through how some of these examples ether node would be working in action. So like in the in the instance, that you just described all of all these users data is getting you accumulated, and it gets stored in a database, and it's it's, you know, kind of they tend to get distributed out amongst different partners. And and, you know, oftentimes, duplicated, and and, you know, at some point you end up with with no visibility on where your data may even be or or how it could eventually be exposed or you know, who knows what's being done with it. And. The sort of a. An optimal solution to that would be an environment where the data that you produce is maintained in in a local database, that's proprietary to yourself and this gets back to the idea of data sovereignty and identification and privacy and. Once once you're able to actually develop an environment where you can can maintain that data locally. Then you know, if you've achieved that then you can begin to develop mechanisms where we're individuals can can monetize that data personally with with some control over it. Right. And that's where we're getting to is that not only do you want to own your data. There's all these groups or people that actually want to help you monetize your own data's you have control over that. So either note is a software and hardware solution versus some aspect when people feel blockchain software. How would that work in walk us through how we actually engage with the product. They either node home hardware is a essentially a blockchain gateway. You install it in your home. Plug it into power plug it into either net connect to it through your local area network and the interfaces all operated within a browser window, and it has a full you I so it's very intuitive to interact with. But it's also an environment where you can run third party applications built by developers that runs natively on the platform, and and an application running in that VIN firemen, can you have control over where the data's going since it's running locally the data all begins locally. And then if you need to do interactions outside say with Blockchain's, for instance, you can do it through your local node, and that's all managed to the PI. That's in the interface. We're not we're not the point of trying to address the issue of how to how to best, you know, build mechanism for people to monetize that yet. We're more concerned our background is IOT systems. And so we're building this hardware. So that it's it has mesh network capabilities currently just with wifi in the future iteration. We'd like to include five G modems on these boards. And this becomes a base in your home that you can start. Connecting smart home devices to that are operating within a local network, that's all private and cryptic graphically secured. And and where you're maintaining your data locally on these local running applications rather than having that data sent out to a central service provider where it ends up in their database and then eventually dispersed out through their partners. So then I'm thinking for the raspberry pi crowd. They would probably be a good target for who would want to take this and try it out. So there's a tremendous number of potential applications for this. And we're not trying to to build any fences on what those appliques. Nations are were really about developing a platform where where, you know, given this environment that we're we're trying to create this ecosystem, you know, people can build these applications natively in here, really easily and distribute them and and build them in such a way where the users can can rely on either the developers node for for blockchain interaction, or if they have won their own personal node and really eliminate any dependence on on a third party. The the software is all open source, so individuals who are capable and interested are able to go in there and actually verify that, you know, everything between them and the chain is his clean and and ready to go. And it's you know, they can build on top of it as well. So Kinley by both the hardware in the service. Now, the hardware is going on pre-sale middle April. We're looking to begin shipping units in may. And we're doing a cloud hosting solution for. Primarily to help support developers and enterprise solutions who require a managed node hosting solution where you may have dynamic balancing issues, GR, geographically, and and based on user load, and and things like that. Okay. So just to be clear I can in the middle April. I can actually buy one of the units, myself and hosted. When it on my own. But that if I needed the hosting service that's available to me. Yeah. Correct. That's you know, if you're a developer, and you're developing some application, for instance, right now in theory in the majority of these applications utilize API's is that if you're a for their their blockchain interactions, and you know, it's a relatively centralized solution to the problem. It's certainly a trusted third party in the equation is going to be available in the US or globally globally. Okay. And they just go to your site and get it, and it'd be shipped. Yeah. We'll be selling them retail online on the site available for purchase with US dollars with your credit card or bitcoin theorem during classic. Okay. And don't be really good to explain because I don't know if everyone understands the different of theory monotheism classic. Yeah. You bet. So we've been although we're supporting both networks we've been primarily involved in the theorem classic community in our time in blockchain and the reasons for that are primarily philosophical for those that aren't familiar with it. The there was originally just one theory and the theorem classic blockchain are the the members of Therion who decided to reject the Hartford proposal that bailed out the the Dow contract and that hard fork resulted in what we now have is eighth. And and then Therion plastic is this the continuation of the original chain, right and. Just again because blockchain is relatively a new concept to some a theory classic in in essence is a clone of a theory 'em. It's the original theorem. In fact, it is the original chain without the reversion to to fork off pre Dow contract and Bill that out so and it adheres to more bitcoin principles capped monetary supply immutability, obviously mutability becomes sort of an issue when when contending that that thou fork. Okay. I mean, it's a highly decentralized community, it's very difficult to find social consensus and things like that. It's there's a lot of challenges in in this sort of environment. Yeah. And these are definitely topics will also cover with Liz in Britain next week when they talk from TC labs and unbend ventures. So once again, you're listening to Keith coup who's joined with Aaron Larry CEO and founder of Ethernet..
"middle april" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Country. Sarah sounds like she's gonna cry right there. Did they did they did? And now they're waiting in hopes and prayers that there's something in here that will be damning, and they just overlooked right hopes and prayers hopes and prayers that something in this this, man. Massive huge three and a half or four hundred pages. Whatever it is, you know, three hundred fifty four hundred pages somewhere in here. There's going to be something there was all mallards right there. And you didn't even see it. That's the way they're gonna look at it. The going in looking at they may eat an early tomorrow figure out a way they're gonna take a vote on and make subpoenaed because they want it now. Now, they waited two years for it. And they can't wait another week or two Muller bar said, look, we'll have it out middle April got Muller with me. We're going through some of the stuff needs to be redacted for safety and security reasons. Other stuff in there needs to be redacted. Protect the innocent people who were investigative nothing came out of it. And it could be embarrassed. You'll get it when you get it. My colleagues may think it's okay. The Russians offered dirt on the democratic candidate for president is part of what was described as the Russian government's effort to help the Trump campaign. But I don't think it's okay. I think it's immoral. I think it's unethical. I think it's unpatriotic, and yes, I think it's corrupt and evidence of collusion by do not think that conduct criminal or not is okay. Adam Schiff, just just he's just common. He's just comedy never going to. Give it up wants him gone singularly in his mind. This is it I want you gone. This is what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna do everything in my power and am going to take you out. That's all that is on my mind. I made it. My goal in life. To destroy you and your presidency, I have made it. So the singular thing I wake up. With and go to sleep with at night is me, destroying you. I dream of it. I pray for it. I hope for it. I'm going to find it even if it means costing me everything, and that's the way he's approaching it. And if there's nothing in here he'll look somewhere else. And there's nothing there. He'll look somewhere else. And if there's nothing there, he'll look so does it matter even Nancy's like we gotta move onto other things. We got stuff going Adam Schiff does not care dipped shift not care, Schiffer brains. Doesn't care. He's doing this. This is all key cares about America, truly believe or does Adam Schiff truly believe he knows something more than molar forty FBI agents, nineteen attorneys twenty eight hundred subpoenas five hundred witnesses looking into thirteen different countries and saying no collusion at all. Yeah. And remember he said he was gonna take this. Whatever Muller did, you know, perfect record in his career as far as just being an upstanding, fair individual. He was gonna take this. And and whatever was in. There was going to be. But what what was in there? Not the thing. He wanted to change. The narrative has got to be obstruction Scott to be something. It's got to be it just can't be Scott. It's a breather. But it isn't. Oh, we're gonna find it. We'll go and fight it. But when you don't find it people are gonna get bored with you. People are getting a board with you. And they're getting bored with you now new CBS poll CBS, by the way. CBS poll. Fifty four percent. Of Americans believe that this is politically motivated thirty-seven percent say was justified. Fifty four percents say politically motivated. That's interesting. Right. That's that doesn't feel like you've got all the people on your side. And right now, I think the Republicans are handing you an opportunity to change the narrative in what we're talking about in the public. When it comes to this stuff, and that is healthcare. Yeah. I think we've got a lot.
"middle april" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We're back the big outdoors seven hundred wwl w Cincinnati. Tim Martin Rick up. Our guest is what's his name? Tom. Tom Keefer, TKO fishing. Michigan TKO technical knockout fishing is that what it is technical knockout. That's it. That's it. Right. There were you'll boxer. No. Was your big enough guide who have been so? You down. Here is incident. He traveled sports and boat show and like your second or third year at least. But so if before we get any farther, what's your website and a phone number for people to reach you. I'll put you on their big outdoors Facebook page as well. So people can check that. Of course, you can always go to seven hundred wwl w for podcast of our programs. We finally made it to the big time. So those will be up there for about six weeks. How can people get a hold of him? Yeah. Great. You know, what you're talking about time. Flying was my six year. Yeah. Just goes really fast. And it's been a great show. You guys doing awesome. Thank you. Love starting a year off with it. So the reach me I have a website called TKO vis miss short for Michigan dot com. TKO fish miss. Okay. And my phone numbers. Five one seven nine eight zero one six four four great, and Rick is really curious about this dead rig. Well, that's true. Well, I'm just not familiar with it. What is how often do we hear about a new rig? Never, okay. Yeah. I got it. Actually, I coach high school team. And one of my students told me about about three years ago. And I threw my tackle box and said, yeah, this thing look stupid. I'll never do it. Well, one day, I was fishing. And it was helper. I put that on and we started catching fish, right and left. So the whole deal with this Ned rig and the guy's name was mad than invented it. From Missouri is just saying mushroom head in that head makes the bait stand straight up on the bottom, and it's just a little three inch worm that has floating components in it. So it stands straight up and that smaller bait really attracts a small mouth, it it out fishes a tube. And my vote about five to one. What the hell's it's supposed to resemble? Yeah. Good, really? It kind of looks like just a little earthworm. It's about the size of a small perch, you know, so I think it's a small crawfish. So I think it's just a unique in the fact that it stands up and the way it quivers when it standing up on the bottom is just very enticing. And they cannot stand it, and they they got to come over and eat it one thing, I've learned fish small mouth appears smaller Bates catch more fish. And there's definitely we've probably got seventy five percent of our fish on that bait last year. So let me see if I understand this is it's a little worm suspended above away. Does that is that the deal? No, it's on a. Head with a hook on it. Okay. Around ball, head flat. Okay. I got straight up. And then you just read the warm on that way. And then you just kind of you just jig it slowly over the bottom or. Yeah. Yeah. It's, you know, most of the time a slow retrieve a little hops with the presentation is the best most of the time. That's what works best. Gotcha. So okay. So now when does your season open, you're not fishing yet? Okay. You got ice. So when do you start fishing? Yeah. I usually start around the middle April have some Bates left open in April a couple in may and nothing really until we get into summertime so that presponse fishing. This gives us a chance to get the biggest fish of the year. So that's coming up in April. So I'm really excited to get out there and try that got to ask you real quick before we cut you loose. If I showed up with a fly rod would you would you.
"middle april" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"What are you going to Email from Brian g well, the lions ever make a Super Bowl in our lifetime doubt it well again one hundred and fifty years old I gave a to maybe. But. I don't know what to say to that. I've been I've been a part of all this since nineteen fifty seven and nine. Just terrible. They just got to get quality people to run this organization and. They haven't really done that yet. Now, you gotta give Quinn. A little more chance you got to give him at least another year. So and you're going to have to give probably two more years because you've got the coaches rookie. Get him in the three years. I don't think the judge by next year. Let's go completely down the tubes. But the third year they've been show some progress or they both maybe gone, and they're they're at the hip. They're gonna leave together. The cases. Ruled the line eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. You can Email Cameron sports talk at Yahoo dot com. Open line for both hours till you wanna talk to Super Bowl. You can be very interesting game. The key for Brady in my opinion is your good. He's going to have to be upright. Not identities any questions it has been upright so far in the playoffs. Can't let pass rushes get to them. And. You know, he hasn't had a real good year this year Brady they talking about sue they talked. They talked about Stanford. But Brady's tenant rough year. One of the worst of his career. Yet they came back to win. And that's a key winning. That's why pick him just because of the experience of the coaches, and I think the coach. The Rams vs. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. But he doesn't have the experience. There's nobody to prepares like ballot. Check nobody ever prepares ballot. Check. So he knows every little thing that's going on. And I think that'll be the difference in the game. Would that surprise me at the Rams one? No, I don't think Soule have much of an impact you have no year. He did a little bit better in the playoffs. Donald sur main man supposed to be the run defender what he had forty six tackles all year. That's a joke. That's a joke. Forty six forty attacks all season. That's a joke. Yes. Played better the playoffs. But he wants to be a billionaire. That's what he says he wants you billiards. Give me a show eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five that's eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. You can Email Cameron sports talk radio dot com. Don't forget a week from nine plane makes a return appearance. No guests for Nick said, they both shows five to seven when he got an Email from Chuck and Belleville the Super Bowl is brought to you by the brain fart brothers, aka the saints and chiefs and any idea who will sign Harper Machado. Well, I think I think Michelle I got no clue on the book that seem age, and he's trying to price them out is what he is teams stupid enough to give the money pay. Go ahead. That doesn't help. I as far as. I don't feel Delfi as really making a push at both of them. If I would Philly, I would concentrate Machado number one. Harper doesn't wanna play there? He's a west coast guy, wife and everything that live in Vegas. They won't be another thing. San Diego's making a push for that'll be interesting. But. But. The reason why he wouldn't pull till yes. You'd help the offense to forty last year, and he's a bad teammate and the rebuilding. You wanna get the guy like, Dan? And when you're rebuilding ruined the clubhouse. I don't know. Tell zehr, but the province Philadelphia's this thirtieth last year. In. Offense. They really screwed up down the stretch. Only one twelve of the last forty games. Their offense was bad. They need help on the offense defense the worst in the league. Run-saving very fuse run saved. And I think in the major leagues and now they're getting Bryce Harper. Who is rated on a scale with cast Janos is a right fielder. He's going to help you. No. He's that. Even if even the Philly owner says, well, we're going to spend a lot of money with maybe stupid. Yes, you are stupid going by what you're going by. I think you're going to see him still the last minute trying to get a deal with the dodgers. Maybe if San Diego's really trying to push for him. They're not gonna win. Had a pretty good year last year. That could be a place. We would go that's on the west coast. He lives in Vegas, and he wants to be on the west coast wants to go with the limelight. He'll pick LA. I mean. Let's see if the dodgers going to spend that money to get him. Now, the cubs definitely asked her. Both of them. Don't know that he wants to go with the cubs Machado on the other hand could. Because when shadows friends with her heartbreak Harper's friends with the third basement bright, they both live in Vegas. He's trying to get him to go to the cubs. So. Kinda pretty quick screenings coming up. It's got to happen. Pretty quick. Let's hope the weather's like this for opening talk the wings trae now who are they going to treat. That's the thing. The wings. I think you're gonna try to treat green, although the record with Grena lineup is outstanding and without grief. Now, they want three zero. And the Red Wings. But I think they would like to still try to get something anything for grandma and criminals had a good year this year. I might add. He saved a potential tying goal last night with a good defensive play. He's played better. This should he has left three or four years. Well, there some interest out there. We'll see where that carries them. I think you're going to try to see him trade Nyquist Nyquist a pretty good year. He scored the winning goal. He's a he's had a pretty good year. He's a guy that should be scored thirty goals here, and he's not doing it. But he's hustling played better defensive neighbor has here. He's passing the buck. The last couple of years better than he ever has too. But the rebuilding so they needed a piece their defense would especially maybe. So we'll see where that comes on the. The other defense when they got from Philadelphia last year, they may try to trade him daily. He's on the block Howard. And let me tell you something. Rene was just great last night grit. Shut up with thirty five saves shut up plan tastic fan. Fantastic. But he's not. I don't think you're number one Beckham solid backup. I don't think anybody did. Grand Rapids, ready. Take an alternate. Your next year. A right. Yeah. They need another year. So if they trade the trade Howard, they may want to get a veteran backup for a year. Anyway, is one of the pieces they get in return. You said a heck of a year this year. Let's go back to the phones we go to. Curtain frazier. Kurt. Hey, Ron it's over fifty degrees by my house today. Maybe the tiger should start the season in February. No, don't go there fella. But you're right. Fifty four today. The last time I heard. It's warmer now than it will be when they take the field opening home game. But anyway. We've already gone down that road before with the schedule. It's always starts to early but back in the fifties. It started in the middle April. But they only played one hundred fifty four games scheduled and they ought to think about going back to that honor fifty four game schedule. We'll have I have all these playoff rounds because they didn't have. I can't you think the players going to take a cut. Absolutely not. Well, that's the problem. The like you said, you're you're talking about revenue for the owners. They gotta get there losing money on the salaries they gotta make it up sometime somehow. Well, the problem is the players that aren't very good are making millions of dollars. They blamed up the good players of the good free agents for making the price to. But the good free agents are actually worth the money. Got guys like Harper and Machado are actually worth the money guys. Like mouse, Shane green and guys like that don't deserve to make five and six million dollars a year. You know, they've been in the league that long they're never gonna guy asks hurry to forty million dollars. A you think Harper's worth that? No. He's you know, some some players are a lot better than others. A lot of money. Like, Michael Jordan was worth a lot of money done basketball. Yes. When you get in your playing, the everyday players millions of dollars that doesn't make sense to me. These guys aren't worth at. They're barely worth the minimum major league salary because a lot of these guys don't belong in the major leagues. They're only there because there's thirty teams. Bad teams. Well, I'd like to see I'd like to see the salaries a little more under control. And I really wanna see the ticket prices lowered by a dramatic margin. Well that would help. But I don't think we're going to see that. But I agree. We should be seeing that the Tigers haven't done anything to change their bullpen. I don't see any additions really on this team and their bullpen at all. And they're not ready maybe to to add to the bullpen. Addition. What are your starters? In the bullpen that was it last year. Look at. That were on the bolt. They listen to me. Listen, the guys they just started the starter. They signed his is one of those guys is going to the. Tyson Ross or Matt Moore, they're thinking Matt Moore. Okay. So you're saying Matt moral new piece one of the holdovers holdovers are any of these guys often get Norris. All right. You're saying Daniel Norris and Matt Moore could be two new pieces. That's great. Who would who would be out of the bullpen? And here's the guys that they use last year. Louis Coleman Faris John Lewis glues common with his team. Anyway, I don't think you don't like Coleman. I'd say pretty good. But he's he's slacked off at the end of the year, and and they released him anyway. So I'm not sure if he's going to see recite anywhere Lewis. We'll check out on the we'll check out on the wire now firework. He's got a good arm. I'd like to keep him there. Shane green. He's going to be coming back. Right. Oh, yeah. Lane Hardee's back blade hardy. I think so Joe Yemen has he'll be back. Right. Yeah. A bad second-half too. But he may be the back. Daniel stump. Well, he make it all the Tigers resigned. Coloma to a minor league deal. So he could be right. And then the last one would be drew Verhagen. You think he's going to be back? That's question. Mark. So those two might be gone. And and you're saying this Matt Moore Daniel north. News. Penn. All right now, that's Ron the Super Bowl is in is between Los Angeles and New England. So I pulled up the Los Angeles Dodgers, and I've got the top five players three of the dog. Of course, they go back to the Brooklyn Dodgers now run the top five RBI leaders in their history that Brooklyn L A dodgers, how you gonna do here on this one guy back to Brooklyn. You're gonna talk about Duke. Snider course, he's number one. Yeah. New Snyder's right there. You're talking about. These years are going on me. Is is Steve guard well playing on the team because three of the guys played on that same team from that Duke Snider era, Steve Garvey, Steve. Steve Garvey, number five. Good nine hundred ninety two you got number five. Is gonna get you got one in five two more players from the nineteen forty. Fifty dodgers are on that list. Carl willow. Yeah. He's number four right fielder. That was a tough one. I'll tell you that. Yeah. Thousand and fifty eight I'm very. All right. The first baseman. Oh, yeah. Natori, but. Oh my God. Hodges? He was later manager with the Mets lodges. Yup. Go Hodges, see number two and number three. You gotta go all the way back to nineteen ten to nineteen twenty six leftfielder. He hit three fifty five one year. I have no clue on that. Queen. Sack wheat Zach. We'd. Yeah. Okay. Another half Zach, right? Jackie Robinson's number eleven, you know, the Jackie Robinson had is one hundred birthday. Now, if he would have been alive you'd be one hundred years old. Well, he's not alive. So seven hundred thirty four of course, he didn't get the plate though. I think it was twenty seven when he finally brought him up seven. You're right. Yeah. Let's say anybody that's on the current dodgers. That are on this list. I don't really see any. I'll bet -solutely not. The most recent name on this list is. Adrian Gonzalez or hundred and forty eight. They haven't really had great hitters the. Like the Braves has. Years ago. They move around like chess. The dodgers were more more on pitching team more of a pitching oriented. You did pretty good. You've got four hundred five run. All right. Joy the Super Bowl. I will you take care. We'll talk to you later. You too. Bye bye. Let's go to JJ Lincoln park JJ. Good afternoon. Cameron dodgers my favorite dodgers back in the day was Willie Davis. The center fielder. What could he one heck of a baseball player and a great defended defender, and he could run like like the whizz going to win. I remember. So I had him on my strategy Matic team towards the end of his career. But. He always did..
"middle april" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"They is director of the just launched Robert ambassador for transformative place making. Next up a moving and personal call to empower young people to in Chicago's gun violence problem in March, former US education secretary Arne Duncan moderated a discussion at Brookings, featuring three young men and their mentors. From Chicago cred, a nonprofit program to guide at risk young adults into productive work after the event, I had the opportunity to interview secretary Knockin and two of the program. Participants Damian funder and Melik tiger to share it searing stories of growing up in violence and their determination to disrupt the cycle of gun violence entrance to the legal economy. Here's the talking about earning certificates and job skills, and then secretary Dunkin on how this training helps these young men get jobs. The certificates that I've accomplished why I've been in a program has been more on and sanitation license and pretty much me getting them certificates do number. Gimme more condensers. You know what I'm saying? Help me better my resume. You know, what I'm saying help me specify myself as an individual 'cause bows gone to jail being a cost getting felonies and stuff like this society is holding us. Now, they don't want to give us a chance. Like just like said, they forgot about us and this program designed to number just shows that we ain't forgotten is still people are still believe in still believe that the youth is our future, regardless of the fact what you did two years prior. You know, saying that you still got a fighting chance to whatever you wanna do or they how do you connect these men in the work. They're doing your pergram the gets they're getting with employers. So our goal is to work with guys for about a year. And we've been with this cohort cohort versus usually twenty five to thirty guys roughly doing this cohort almost a year now coming up at the middle April and just to really help them transition from. Life on the streets to be able to go into legal economy. So whether it's high school diplomas with certification. Our guys have lots of different interests that might be culinary might be hospitality. What about young men is working law firm now, Deloitte, the conservative accounting firm, just hired one of hug is which has been amazing and right now, we're actually in a very privilege spot where we actually have more employers ready to hire our guys that we have guys ready now as we scale this year and start to work with a lot more guys. That math will flip. We have about two dozen employers who said, you know, we understand our guys might have some backgrounds. They might have felony backgrounds might have violent film backgrounds that doesn't define who they are in a year working together working through some of the trauma moving to different place. These men are smart, they're talented. They're hard working. They're resilient many of the skills. They learn to survive in thrive on the streets can actually translate into legally Kadhamy and maybe a little bit of. A different talent pool. But we have guys I go Hort who've been a job for six seven, eight nine months doing fantastically. Well, so we're gonna continue to build those relationships across many different sectors of the economy of guys looking again, not look for charity. We're not look for handout, we're looking for people to understand. This is a great talent pool. That's going to make your company your corporation better. And I want to clarify for this. These men aren't part of the program because they've been assigned by the courts or the legal system. Right. No one is assigned to us. No one has to work. These are all men who are looking to change people often ask how you find them. They find us. There's so many guys out there looking for an opportunity looking to get off the streets looking to live safer looking to have some stability. And we just have to continue to scale to work of war guys and given that pathway to legally Connie. President Trump signed into law the build act build stands for better utilization of investment leading development, and it's partisan legislation that creates a new US international development Finance Corporation that will make loans and guarantees available.
"middle april" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"I would say it is partially because of mr trump sure but i think even started as you said a week ago it's now ten percent since that's i think the selling reason toast interject something real quick course how long been doing this show by the way great summary by twelve years eleven years somewhere eleven can they creepiest music i've ever heard spring ending saw it was you guys got to hold hands next time i guess is by the way let's talk abbas on please so the report earnings i think the middle april twentieth thereabouts i don't think the story of amazon has changed at all president trump notwithstanding right i mean clearly if they're tweets out there that's going to be a problem but the story hasn't changed last quarter was i thought outstanding i think this quarter will be outstanding as well why because they can make it outstanding so what's the trade last july the stock sort of flat line around one thousand dollars we traded up to sixteen hundred dollars or so so if you wanna play the technical game thirteen hundred issue is a fifty percent correction there's a chance in this environment we see it but ahead of runnings i think he wanted to be launched name right around have changed but has the context of the market's changed course it has and we're starting to question valuations that don't make sense in in a bear market or whatever we're calling this morning this is not a bear market yet but i do think you have a dynamic where people are reassessing what the multiple should be on invidia the reassessing with multiple to be a net flicks they certainly reassessed with the multiple should be on tesla every one of those stories maybe not net flicks although you can argue netflix is in the data were zone as well.
"middle april" Discussed on First Take
"This is sports right now month collins the cowboys are making moves that some believe could be message tadesse bryant dallas deaf chart at wide receivers growing with the addition of x jaguar ellen hearns and expo deontay thompson this morning coach jason garrett was asked how these signings impact brian spot i think both went with allen and with the ontario you're just trying to they're trying to continue to create competition position that will bring out the best in everybody we love does bryant has been a great player for us for a long time and he speculation about his contract or anything like that to to me as you relevant relative to the signings that we made were excited about bringing these guys in and seeing what they can do to help us offensively he talked about this in this role for next year will be on the team yeah again desert has been an outstanding player for us for a long time a big time player and we're not in a situation right now around our players the offseason program will start in the middle april inches dez and everybody else being there and getting going and any speculation about his contract or anything like that really doesn't apply to to the football part of does brian he's been a great player we anticipate having great competition receiver position does being a part of it at present the catholics top five wide receivers count more than thirty one million dollars against the salary cap does brian set to count sixteen and a half million dollars against the cap more than the next four wide receivers combined now let's get back to first take let's talk about guys kirk cousins getting paid might have made his life easier but it is complicating things for other qb's like that bad man it appears cousins may have started a new way of quarterbacks after signing a three or deal for eighty four million all guaranteed the first of its kind in nfl history if he gets that what does it mean for guys like aaron rodgers who are in the process of negotiating their deals errands got two years remaining on the five year one hundred ten million dollars tension you sign in two thousand thirteen a deal that now ranks ninth among quarterbacks in pert year average stephen i know the affinity you have.
"middle april" Discussed on Revision Path
"Photographer the event you know setting up a a style guide dog with them under what kind of pictures do wanted and directing them and then also getting the person into like a photo editor or make sure that we were you know organized around things so it was like a really it was a really big ecosystem and i hadn't really been exposed to assist them in that big in that white and in so many different people so for me like i'm used to working on like smaller teams and working like a few products that time this was like full on all the time in the ramp up was really crazy because we were the festival starts in april by middle april but we were already concept for the next festival in december so you you just imagine like like once april's over you might have kind of a summer vacation in dubai tober kind of back back right back at it so plus vatted then also all the other initiatives tried to kind of pull off of the festival was the main focus but traffic has a great cisco sub brands so there's there's trump enterprises the film topic aspect of tribeca there's so many different pieces to itself for me for me it was really great because you have to be exposed to all the different sub brands and how they should look and feel and and kind of help manage those perceptions of for me it was like a masterclass like really thought nickelodeon cartoon network big jobs for me but this one was the kind of the most hands on the one where i had the most things to figure things out like integrate out fast yet i feel like when you're working you know as a designer you're working creative they're as you progress in your career eventually get to that position where it kind of forces you to level up a and it sounds like that's what this was for you like it was something where you really or press to kind of take your skills spread them over a number of different types of tasks.
"middle april" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"Hit the ground or whatever you don't read an eye on and i know all it is because we're now i'm getting all the stuff uh in the video all been all miss dialogue yet you know you really don't wanna watch on him because there's bays doesn't matter how good movie he is with unwanted watch you because his so boarding draft it i it's sold drawing and you have wanted dialogue and then was long seen as there was like nothing happens yeah i can yet found you could start putting some music yard then ainley beginning i just working luck in the piano sunken just like throwing down some melody's some ideas start changing invited signings dawn and you're sending the nba too and they actually release the of the in all of the mix of proper role in the whole thing and you watch it it's completely different movie completely that's for sure that the services pretty cooler awesome you guys so uh you last omni released was devils dozen in two thousand fifteen with you talked about you guys are writing and all that howes coming along for the new album can we have a scoop here do you have any title unofficial release date any of that stuff the only thing item sleep for sure it's is probably liberties they as i i have like dade date bought it we've pretty pretty sure it will come out of first week of february on something that's great british were all doubt which wants to company i'm this is probably the first week of february down the amount of reassurance of we dawn widow on uh before christmas on british rail because i mean the mirror literally it'll such as back on still working on a dust that's for sure another thing uh probably by they are middle april we'll start soaring a we already have a few days book of where i know we're going to japan with ones who parts of the europa going surashtra what we are saying is looking around like 12 third sealed off april was starting cool.