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"molla" Discussed on Hustleshare
"Yeah I think it's. Borton like to lead the like the people that it's a grinding like the different departments different countries to them late. Freedom like go to take ownership through. Good things or safe were to see if he doesn't. But you cannot these states you cannot really be like micromanaging each one of them bailing each one of the intro to do you really need to be more like on a be shown Measham. Like then like. We. We need to make on this quarter. These kind of things Louis Kahn addressing like the guidelines. But then really like on on leading leg. The builder skill so you? You really need to do kind of super bias and really, of course be on Pope on be pushing to ensure that a each one of them is is giving a as much as possible, but I always believe on letting people like the freedom on hungry thriving seems by themselves so because I don't. How like the like the answer to all the questions current so? I believe that most of the are fifty percent is about common sense on maybe another fifty percents, trial and error so those two things. You can really like learn a lot by by kind of just doing and seeing what are the results? That is amazing that that's actually my interest. Ready with what you said. So that's Great Oh. Okay now. Last question before we talk about the impede forward to the whole thing. Like before just when the pandemic started you launch another venture, and this is where I saw one of my friends based on I'm not gonNA mention who. share this, it's called many Mark Dot v. h. so aside from flowers. What are you guys going into now? This specializing again ECOMMERCE is it's your bread and butter, because you know it by the numbers and I that's amazing a learning so much from you, but What are you now trying to do here with the meaning up each? And how what are the things that you did in flower store? That were applicable in with you did here. Yes so basically like when the when the lockdown start. A I get a lot of companies, basically with a sulfur electra supply chain dollars, Russian so were not being able to get any flour and the problem. Is that being in our business? If we received flowers from the bottom, a basically that means that we cannot sell anything, so we're were like not being able to sell. Anything were my third wolf. Like okay, we still have the. House that they've basically we are not using. It's empty also like all the office part a we, but we are kind of like to serve anything on the same day because he's whether we do with their flowers. For us really from an infrastructure point of bill, it doesn't matter if it's flowers or the what kind of productivity is because? We have the writer ready we lake, or thank not allow us to send the orders for the Senate, so we were like seeing the building those as like the big players like last month. Be everyone wear. After one week later to believer like the they are those that people was willing, neither like Duino days like on the groceries week of that it was like. One Hour on the supermarket. We were like okay. Why don't we why don't we isn't? They'll be was because basically for us an additional line, and just because rick with a new anything else a, but these will screen of the of the re-something, because we than any pressing to Rennie so for us. He will actually me like one night to create. All Sunday liking through the as Lake or tech team adopted the back in war dispatch system I'm that was how we got started. Liking the in the grocery is basically was because we have all the people also that if not proven work, and these walls onslaught of ensuring that I believe we will rely like a continue work like for for everyone like from from May production. Assembly team customer. Unsown. That is amazing, a great great job now. Before I let you go, I have a couple of questions because again I I'm just trying to hold my jaw before through goes on the floor. Because again numbers is is the meat and the life blood of each company and those startups were who don't have your background. What are your tips in how to do proper pricing? Because again it can sound basic, but people fuck shit up a lot. What are what are the tenants that they have? To remember. To make sure they do this, right? Yeah so for me really really also depends on what is like the kind of market that you're trying to attack. For me on the. Thrown into attack to premium. What, it's very important on pricing disallowed willingness to pay. You need to understand how much like the customer side willing to pay. Because that way, you will optimize like for for these. How do you? So, basically you can do like by test. You can designate with different the prices. On really see in which ones they compared, you can also do focus groups asking showing up and saying what will be up bright. That will be. For you too cheap that you will not from the quality what? would be like to tape that you will buy it for. One price too expensive. You wouldn't buy it, so we kind of reasoning where you have like a lot of data, you can drive completions I'm sorry. This is really you are going to are kind of a premarket mature market. If you are really going to months market for me, Lake the lake on if you really want to grow on uranium through. You need to on their families like okay. You want like the minimum Bryce. That will make me like not lose money or Already, you have plenty of investors that allow you to look and see how much you can lose, but for me this is like the most important question what will be like my cheapest price not to lose money and then. 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"molla" Discussed on Hustleshare
"In a lot of different verticals, so I think that there are lot of these kind of. NEAT is still. Really Not Cougar a adult, liking them in in the regime. So that's how I started for looking like for different needs of the. BIRTHDAY CARDS! I thought that really holidays potential to become like something really big at a regional level because. The players that were kind of doing. It is like yeah. There were like a lot of players, but I don't think that anyone wants to kind of doing it with a proper mindset. Roper a you, so that was. Like the restore. Why wire you started like with with flowers and gift? Berkeley basically when I when I was moving into it, they were seeing like. Players that were like selling -rageous prices like for UK. And White People. Basically. There is no other no other times I. Will see like of line. There is like a lot is like is something that really has like Denman, but I saw in the market was really not being appropriately a other s so that's why I like to launch. Kind of. Own Mentality that I think about census habit ultra influence by rugged, because own mentalities like on hope. Can we really do like gifting? Asfour the Mola's possible is we really don't want to go to a market? Because these out grady, a lot of our price players that can deal with them. We really want to go to the mass market where Maki a possible let anyone literally anyone can buy like advocate Oxfam that deeply. And that's true in I. Remember again. I work in that odd flower shop that I talked about. I saw the margins Oh my God. There are people off the. Margins because again, I literally taking orders and whatnot in helping thing initially. especially with the with. The one you're mentioning that they. They haven't even producing anything. They just a brood like aw! Three X on the Brazil Florida's delivered right to sell it the Internet then just. Get the game so for me. These kind of ripping off the customer I. Because Ben, was like these market walking like this? I really felt that there was a market like for someone greasing appropriately anatomies lake fairly from customer print of that's correct and again going back the the you said to extracts what they'll do is, they'll take order from online. Picture of the flower arrangement what we'll do as an agent was look, look for a local Flores, and say hey local. Essentially an email Can you do this all right cool? Do it and they won't even pay them Lawrence in all. My Dad Brad. So imagine that God. There's something wrong with this, but there's one thing that I remember that sill. Let's embedded through that experience in my whole life that people think that the in flowers barshop. It's a seasonal business. Yes, but those seasons are Oh. My God because they're stu season that I remember actually two point five right The first one is obviously Valentine's, but that's not the granddaddy of them. All most people buy flowers when it's mother's Day because not everybody is in a romantic relationship anyway, but everybody has a mother. And most of the time, the best we have always at people give is is a bouquet or fair flowers and again the point five that I mentioned is also during also CEO. During. Halloween will get the mothers naked compensate for the whole year's earnings already. I remember this. Because I was processing hundreds and hundreds of orders spur day now us. Lazar Jap Gary Away because I read. That that thing like walk. This is not right, but holy shit does amazing but How did you build it? How did you find this white flowers right because I'm sure you looked at the numbers, but he could have gone into other verticals that you said but white flowers. Yeah so. We decided like actually I decided like. Or for flowers basically. The US that was actually a lot of big. Players like doing over one billion dollars a year's. Intensive markets it's something that is big begin. Another one lake, it's really a proven business mall is not like a by. Scene, there are going the thirty competitors. Doing gave up smaller scale that proves the market that seats because these. Lincoln. Office space for so many. Then you also see that off line, you go to any mall and you will always see lake a shop selling selling flowers and people buy in them so these wars. One of the indicators. Are Still Wall something that a hustling the margins are being that you can do like very affordable. Go much gold. Plays like degrees, so we really felt that. If we do everything by ourselves, we can bring like martigues, but we also be very affordable, and also, because we saw that there was still no regional player, and not just in the Philippines about that original level that was really like. We seem that we can. We can really be like the first one of these world like that like the reason for going to entire floor, some gifts being a space, okay, now being cfo before and now being CEO. How's that experience like because now? You can't just go in alone. I'm pretty sure you had co-founders, or you had to find other co founders the people that. Needed you needed to help. The sub started this business. What was that team like in? How did you guys up? Roll from? Get Yo. Yes Oh when we were at the very beginning like on the on the first days. Basically, we weren't on our video small office in my gut, Theo, not dentist square meter room, willing for people. So. We were basically it was. It was me. It was.
"molla" Discussed on Hustleshare
"Space a bagels. Design, the specialty so basically was like a lot of basically knowing how. To. Design the Roma. Spar spaceship to. Look for any kind of an element in. Best you'll fly. Wow i. hope you have must upgrade my hustler share time if you want. It needs to be upgraded for a season or okay. Now actor effort There's just one I'll just sidestep a little bit. And again because there's some stigma about. Dispatch way of doing things because there's this thing called Siesta. Hustle in Spain. Was it like in? How big of a factor is that? She s the thing in just again. It can be concerned, but most of the time say people the. People that are saying that she s is bad or you know. have it. As bad people that are not Spanish. So can you shed some light on how properly part of it? I think like the stars you mentioned is mortally. Stigma. release. Because products for me. I will do see us to justify more holidays, but not nowadays is something that you will never do maybe making this south of Spain that these. Hard leg doing some marriage years there, people especially they work on some physical awards that they kind of dressed lake for these hours of the land I am not as long as you can do their job Automo-. Unfortunately I haven't really been able to Lucius. Thaw In my life. Your Sunday especially if you're trying to build spaceships. Airplanes there's no rooms auguin. Whoever's listening instilling? Remember the stigma. This old was. There you go. That's. Okay we're no longer. I'm not saying that it doesn't exist, but it's not like it applies like every Spanish. Yet most of us off to, but not really that embedded in future. Anymore, that's correct. Okay, all right and again Sometimes being naive in being and again it's a Spanish influence develops can never be. Removed right usually have house, and that's probably one one. The ones that stick though now so I'm glad to know that it's no longer thing. Now when it comes to hustling right, I'm British after you. Graduated you did. One of their first jobs was into aerospace engineering. What was the first hustle you did? And what are you there? Yes so. I think like most of the people that finish. This is the greed. Basically I went to Abel's. Because you like the two biggest one out like you either go to boost, or do you either go to going so I? Think because he the European one. And I was working actually on a multi. We were on the material department so kind of a material. Juice so we were kind of. Trying things and training researchers wrongdoing doing test. So they hustle was a Mas Lake on really. Getting like already list of potential candidates and it was all about tests that they ask this. Until you find, that is my one that makes an improvement of Cedar, point one percent, but so I like a meet the beginning, but at some point of six months I was like This is like really boring like. I really see my struggling working on our laboratory like for it, not even for one year just doing the same to end up like kind of small improvement of. Any. Fuel Consultant Chalon seen open one percent dates, not really what I was what I was looking for so for me. That was kind of the end of my IRA space late career. Six months an worse but because. Then Greeley no what I wanted to do. was when. I moved yesterday consulting basically because I nearly. Consulting about as ladies. Hard Work Outta mentality, but the learning code is very good. You have really like a lot of express your lake to lake to business. So. You basically the main reason why I moved to watch because I really didn't know what I wanted to go and by that. Really like twenty, four, twenty five and care so. Now how big was the adjustment? You see, said learning, but it was good. What are the things that, of course, if you spent six years of your life trying to build a certain you know, a certain career path, and then he do all of a sudden a pivot. What was that like I? Said I'm pretty sure there's a lot of adjustments because a lot of things you studied. All of a sudden cannot be applied right away, right? How is that lay? Yet so basically like a of the first months. I was like I beat off. This is completely different to anything that I have. But I still think like coming from an engineering background like all these. Analyses because of the end kind of all in everything in life is like you have a problem, and you WanNa lice, it and then you find different solutions on how to attack it your and based on the results do either go back to to make another another solution or you continue evolving so. Of these bag nearly to solve rollins, and that's why Yeltsin consulting. There are a lot of engineers they. Help out, but of course worth Lake are very big. Changed especially on Sunday Conde. De, Love Hall, to prepare things like two percents thought lions because friends from postings like that was something that I have never in my life these. Glaciers, but they really means like a lot of these self. Fiscal's like go home to deal with lions. How do a hunter? From, organizing focus group like with people hold to all these kinds of to sell projects it's. All right now. Let's take our first break and when we come back, we'll talk about how you still improved as consultants. You did this for a while. Right but talk about that more after the break. Hey hustlers. This has been a very difficult few weeks for us. Because of the effects of covid nineteen to all businesses. I know we are all hurting right now, and it's difficult to hustle in this era of social distancing and extreme uncertainty, however, just like true blue hustlers. We are not gonNA. 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"molla" Discussed on Hustleshare
"And space. Related Services can also took an early career. When he did not did a big career pivot when he started doing consultancy work and exposed himself to business, which eventually let go. All the other side of the world should be Lozada's head of rising and eventually CFO that's all is also gonNA share house he will take a leap of faith and built our store where he was able to apply everything that he learned its writer. Experiences now stick around the because we're GONNA. Be Talking about pricing and his tips on how to properly. So, if you're ready to learn the hustle, behind flower, store. Flick begin this episode. Right. Delays also share podcast. We are going. Do the land of Bella Child. I was getting when we're going to be talking about flowers today and we're very excited because I. Don't know if this Guy Ashley knows this, but you are season, finale or season, three hustlers sheriffs so welcome to the show. Moyer Cuesta. Flower Store Whoo ooh welcome. It's very interesting, always have. Because I've seen you guys for a while. I won't tell how, but I'd be. Awhile. It's like wow. This is a very very interesting business model. But before ask you the million dollar question that This one thing that I really love about what you guys do. Because I also worked in an online flower shop somewhere hustle in between. Two to being an entrepreneur, what I did was all these orders that came in from the site. gets passed to me and it's my job to look for a local florist. Who would do the order so my flower game? My my oriental lily game and my mom's and my jirgas are on. So you, remember them. Works when you're trying to court the girl if it works if you know your flower game, it really impressive. Okay. Before I get the carried away. What's your hustle? My Hustle is each flower Star Award. We are really like a focus like on making a flower Sun Gifting world for everyone. Wow, okay and again. I've lived dislike for a good couple of months before I decided to join my way. What am I earlier jobs group on right so? I'm very familiar and what this is before we do that before we sell and talk about hours. We need to go all the way back this by. and Go back and ride the hustle share time machines. Hey! We're back. So I'm very curious. Growing up, where did y'all? You're obviously Spanish right. What was growing up like in? A given that you know from a very. Early background did you have any inklings entrepreneurship? Run on what was like? What was that like West so? I'm. From are kind of small seat theme in Valencia Spain. From the beginning I heard like a kind of a very normal meet class life, but it's true that we have like a family business so I think we sell construction materials, but so I think that that may have kind of influence. For example I remember lake spending. They're like all Saturday and summers a helping way I was like. Twelve years all the eighteen. To make some money. To ask for my parents do anything have always been kind of independent in that sense of always wonder the thing that I may tell so I think that these may be one of the things that now when I look in in perspective and like this may have been one of the reasons why they have always wanted for start up. Myself at now I'll just do a deep dive a little bit about growing up in Spain and hustling, so you said two things first one is your family business right and again. early exposures businesses are very very influential whether we like it on. Handle your good friend Andrew Kober. Who was here? A couple of episodes of goal also had the same experience his dad was in. An business and somehow some way. It rubbed off on him for you. What did you see that your parents did? Into family business they. You see that you know what I ended up actually doing a lot of those things that I saw growing up. Yeah I think it's the market of the constancy, and they hard work on the end. There is nothing the. EC and up for anything that you need to be a long time. You're gonNA need to pull a little effort. It seldom so I think of BBC songs that I have really like kind of learn from their family business, but on the other hand I for example. I really did like like for example. Leaving gone is most city, and that's what I always thought like my buddies that I don't want to continue with the families because. Luke Blake thors model for me. I really want to do like mar thinks that now and. And that's what a lot of the big entre PVs really go for its ambition. You remember, do you have? Is there certain influence that where where that ambition team from because again? Either we we fall in love with what we already have a growing up or data. There's something that triggers like a one hour. I really WANNA. Wake it out. Actually think Tung Shin has been growing Montmartre later. I think that so for me when he arrived Lake already for instance like the age on choosing the road to the university. For example, I didn't even like Berry three. A lot to a study. By for example because I was like really grueling with number song, I was like okay. We'll just choose something that can really allow me labor like to do almost anything because I didn't want. One of the dinner listings laid their hobby like. People, that has study executive same on how? To find a job, so I was still kind of another state. And that's amazing and again I'm going to stop you in Lincoln's hopefully. Again, if you're if you're listening to. sponsor. Flexing in season. All right so linked in. So's here that you took up a master's degree in aerospace. Engineering, your first dude. I've ever met WHO's done that. And you know the. Is that also your undergraduate studies. It, because in Spain actually these. They all program, so it was five years of studies that make people in the Undergrad masters degree. How Lean one. Ran Away and not and not being six years of my life. That's crazy now. One people who take up again this is not an you. said it right This is not normal Brazilian. When you did study this. What was it like in? Were you guys trying to build in terms of an interest rates engineering that I guess down the road dill. Now you still are able to to apply. Yet while so basically it was like Berry. I three years is kind of berry focus on Matz physiques idol the. Numbers on an more numbers, and then during the last two years you already made like an specialization, so then some one of their specialties, worst airports actually mine more design so I did I to.
"molla" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Get discouraged and don't calm for that reason they'll get this car during the process now from my great directly being sent to wanna Molla where they are told to apply there instead others are being given seven days to find a lawyer in the United States in an expedited process and if they lose their claim they're being removed and others are even being told Hey if you cry if you're from any other country and you cross through Mexico you had to have applied to make the call first before applying in the United States looking at the litigation on immigration that's pending which case do you see as the most likely to be overturned where the the rule the combat ministration put into effect is most likely to be overturned by a higher court sure I think that this issue with regard to the expansion of expedited removal which is the kind of removal where you don't have to have a removal hearing you can just immediately issue a piece of paper and remove the person past the fourteen day the rule right now that if you've been in the country longer than fourteen days we can't of give you a piece of paper and remove you we have to give you an actual hearing where you can actually challenger deportation that has been an issue that for about a hundred years that the bring court has been ducking because they haven't wanted to say that people who are here for an extended period of time have no right just because they're in a legal fight if they haven't wanted to say that they they have stated you just get here minutes ago when you're apprehended you don't have these rights but past fourteen days there's a guard to becoming an expectation wait a second you can't how do you know if someone's been here six days are twenty years and if you don't give them the opportunity to make their case you're actually potentially making a very scary reduction of due process here and so that's the one I think is most likely to be overturned by into the back but I their removal thanks Leon that's Leon fresco a partner at home on the night coming up next on Bloomberg long bull Facebook's high court fights lead the way in privacy litigation this year I'm Jim call so and this is the number why has JT sports news today's topic who deserves to win big this season my two cents good drivers I mean that's whether snapshot from progressive let's go to Rick for some confusing metaphors look if you put a classically trained cellist in a garage band you tell them to play filet Mignon I guarantee you the meat on that burrito eight going to light the candle thanks for clarifying Rick.
"molla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Static inky black stillness and they will conclude that the universe is static in on changing and populated by a single central oasis of matter that they inhabit a picture of the cosmos that we definitively know to be wrong now maybe those features strong arms will have records handed down from an earlier era like ours attesting to an expanding because most teaming with galaxies but with those future strong numbers believe such ancient knowledge or what they believe in the black static empty universe that their own state of the art observations reveal I suspect the latter does that ever make you sad I guess it does a little bit I mean when I imagine if there are because Molla just some days that want to make the kinds of measurements we have they will look out and the landmarks will be gone I mean that's what the galaxies are now the mile markers of the universe for us it does make a sad because but I think of is how amazing it is that we little tiny puny creatures who are just crawling around the surface of this little planet around the nondescript door on the outskirts of an ordinary galaxy that we've been able to figure this stuff out back to me how should I say give me.
"molla" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Static inky black stillness and they will conclude that the universe is static in on changing and populated by a single central cases of matter that they inhabit a picture of the cosmos that we definitively know to be wrong now maybe those features strong arms will have records handed down from an earlier era like ours attesting to expanding because most teaming with galaxies but with those features strong numbers believe such ancient knowledge or what they believe in the black static and do universe that their own state of the art observations reveal I suspect the latter does that ever make you sad I guess it does a little bit I mean when I imagine if there are because Molla just some day that want to make the kinds of measurements we have they will look down and the landmarks will be gone I mean that's what the galaxies are now the mile markers of the universe for us it doesn't make a sad because but I think of is how amazing it is that we little tiny puny creatures who are just crawling around the surface of this little planet around a nondescript star on the outskirts of an ordinary galaxy that we've been able to figure this stuff out back to me how should I say give me.
"molla" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"He's also the founder of open voice events series in the Netherlands and a former head of voice strategy at nodes agency. He also has his own podcast. which will talk about a couple of moments Rani? Molla is the data reporter for the leading Tech News publication recode. She writes extensively about all things tech which frequently overlaps with voice solutions and always does so starting from data I previously Ronnie was data communist of Bloomberg and visual reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Todd Mozer founder sensory in nineteen ninety before and he did it to help people communicate with consumer electronics. Like we communicate with each other something that most of the listeners voice about podcasts can definitely relate to centuries well known known as the leader in the custom wake word and security solutions for voice interactive devices and has been installed in over one billion products sold worldwide. His company introduced a reference design for for privacy. I Mart Speaker that doesn't require cloud connectivity and did so it's he s twenty nineteen. Let's get started. Oh okay voice by nation. We're excited to have a special episode. Today we're talking about privacy insecurity. Usually we have have one guest. We talk about one top or number of topics associated with their company. This week we have three guests. And we're going to really focus on just two topics six the focus on the rise in voice assistance in implications for privacy. And what we're seeing from security angle. I have three wonderful guest today. the first is Todd Mozer from sensory. Todd introduce yourself please share hybrid. It's nice to be on this Sensory has a variety of AI. Technologies where we're basically technology development house and We have a team of PhD's develop neural on that based technologies and we licensed them out to the industry We've been doing this for a long time. And we work with a whole lot of speech. Recognition Technologies everything. You think from wake words to NFL. You enlarge vocabularies we also do computer vision Biometric sound identification and. What's I interesting? What makes us a fit for? This type of topics is that everything we do is on the edge. It's on device and if you think about it that's probably the best way to keep things. Private is to never let it go to the cloud. Absolutely that's a great summary and I will let the listeners know that Todd Mozer was my guest just way back in episode twenty four so that is almost two years ago. Now Todd We talked about. I think our PREC. Es episode that year. While I come back and tell you about all the latest greatest stuff. We're doing true and actually you're on my CS retrospective last year. To which would have been. I don't even know what episode that was. But something like fifty later so something like in the seventies And the hotel point people out a two if you go to voice and you to search for Todd Mozer He's written a couple articles as well as submitted. Now so check those out. Thanks Todd for being on. Todd's Ben in the industry for a long time. He's got really specific expertise in the space. I'm really excited for him to be able to share his perspectives with you. Next up we have Martin Lens. Fitzgerald Martin is the is an evangelist and the voice based around project silver and open voice and inactive consultant in that space has been working for a number of years. Martin Please Introduce Yourself Lease Gentlemen. The Dutch cowboy thank you. That's my twitter handle indeed. So yeah I make my money guiding organisations across Conversational Jasim From strategy to to design to pro-management with insurance companies fashion media media mobile phone companies the latest one more and more on an international level which is really fun. Lots of stuff going on here in your affect yet goes all over the world. Oh but I make the most impact right away with project silver. which isn't consortium that tries to figure out how we can use voice technology to make the lives lives of older adults better? I work here with the Dutch. Aarp the government at Google in an insurance company and we did the largest research In this space three thousand five hundred elderly and we are what came out became our agenda on boarding social emergency help Entertainment detainment and. That's why we're now pursuing. We also launched in Denmark and look for more countries. I also do the open voice event series to go with my partner partner sanborn ours and cognizant than basically we drive the the Dutch Community as well as we have a weekly the open voice newsletter in English people are check out the show notes basically we do at breadth does but then more with European focus. 'em Lastly Ashley I do The voice cast every two weeks with Samagan. I do a podcast in English where we invite people who actually do it and on X.. Ask him how they do it why they do it as well. As the news review we review a voice service and maybe nice to announce in February twenty twenty. My book voice insights now of conversational channels and book for managers and the nerves in product. Owners will come out. I in Dutch because I need to finish the effort my the Dutch A publisher of that version and then afterwards so probably in the summer the English version so really happy that that cell most done yeah. This great definitely looking confirmed that and I can give a shout out to the listeners to check out the newsletter and the the podcast really great stuff. Martin brings a fresh rush perspective. Just in general. The also gives that European flavor in a little bit more depth than you'll find elsewhere so I'm excited to have his perspective on today and and next up we have Rani Molla from recode slash. Vox I can't tell. Is it recode or is it Fox or is it both these days. It's both so I'M A. I'm a reporter data data reporter at recode which is owned by Vox and now we published directly dot com. That means nothing to you. Unless if you're in the media world I work for recode worked for VOX. My reporting is about technology. Broadly but I've written quite a few articles about Voice Technology Privacy Privacy Amazon ring things like that also did.
"molla" Discussed on WJR 760
"Now one of their new proposals backed by more than one hundred and thirty Democrat members of Congress would cost listen to this number thirty two trillion dollars and that's on the low side thirty two trillion with a D. would beyond the bees the millions. Regis Americans house sold income by seventeen thousand dollars per year Sir anybody in this room that doesn't mind losing seventeen thousand a year now. in order to get a lousy healthcare. though they use many levels all of the democratic plans would devastate our healthcare system the fake moderates on the left are telling the same lies they did under the last administration but the last administration frankly was moderate compared to the maniacs that you're hearing from today these are maniacs. Elisabeth pocahantas warm. there are many. when I hear one more. let's hear one more. let's go to come Molla Harris. can eighteen go the ninety four so weapons ban it didn't apply to to to weapons that were purchased before nineteen ninety four what would you do about the millions of specifically assault weapons there are no assault weapons unless you actually assault somebody with a weapon. but that's the human being that's assault. you don't buy assault weapons I go over this over and over again that the media you know propagandists. a knife is not in and suffered a salt weapon a baseball bat the tire iron a car fertilizer but if you use them. to assault somebody to kill people and so forth then you're using them to assault them. but the gun is not an assault weapon there are tens of millions of of weapons out there and people don't use them to assault people. I have an assault weapon. go ahead forty in circulation about their approximately five million two point Craig if we have to have a buy back program and I support a mandatory buy back program it's got others me he. Khan Khandan condescending way is when I'm trying to say the condescending I live in a we have to have a buy back another words I wanna steal your got nobody.
Guatemala agrees to new migration measures
"Is a new deal between the US and Guatemala restricting asylum applications to the U. S. from Central America California congresswoman normal Taurus born in Guatemala says the policies of the trump administration are responsible for the influx of migrants of the southern border it is unconscionable to think that water Molla one of the countries that has the highest murder rate in the world you know in at least within Latin America could be a safe country for people that are coming from Venezuela from Cuba and some other countries are in deep trouble the so called safe third country agreement requires migrants who crossed into water while on their way to the U. S. apply for protections there instead of at the southern
"molla" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Two hundred pounds out of the cars. And then we worked with Molla and row sheets and for performance to get our Motors ready to handle up to three hundred additional controllable horsepower nitrous. So what what is this fucking nutty motor that you that is that's a it's called R Y forty five. It's a it's basically, it's basically a lot of the nine NASCAR technology. Nascar's three fifty eight our car is four hundred and fifty five cubic inches. Do you have any regulation? On your line. Our look at that that that that's being redone. Do you have any regulations on your horsepower? So what are the regulations? I mean, I know there's a book, but the the short version of it how close or how far can you be from a production must sure unibody must remain the same. You can lightweight it. You can cut some things you can cut up to the shock towers. Okay. Okay. So cut to the shock towers, and we build basically crushed structures from shock towers out because we are throwing ourselves at walls. You hit them the car does get shorter. So it's easy to fix. Bumper budget proper budget. Yeah. And so basically unibody remains the same. You can move suspension pick up points up two inches and drive trains unlimited. That's the that's affected a lot of freedom. I mean, there's a tired of weight rule. So basically based on the width of your tire what it measures on formula drift tool defines, the weight that you have to be what's your what's your favorite? I mean, not to give away trade.
"molla" Discussed on 710 WOR
"More of w Olarte tonight with Joe Caccia and wheel. Molla report is in but not out. Exactly all that attorney general bar is required to do is submit sort of a bullet point summary report broad strokes type thought strokes. That's it. So all we know is all we name now. All right worst case scenario, and I say worst case scenario from from my personal perspective. Yeah. Lisa's like, this is what I don't want to have happen is just it'll be just a summary of. Well, this is who was investigated. And this is who was prosecuted or was looked at for prosecution, and who has declined for prosecution, and that's it and some summary some summary bullet points that would be the worst case scenario with everything else. Redacted what I would like, and I think conscience in agreement on this one shockingly is for everything to come out. Whether it's ten pages or two hundred fifty pages or three thousand pages get everything out. Out in this report. And it is right now, though, the man of the hour or the man of the weekend is the attorney general because it's up to him to decide and Wade through this and decide how much goes out. Thank God that Bill bar that you're here would that new hair and Bill bar is the attorney general because he has respect on both sides of the aisle. He got confirmed pretty easily, right? You gave a little look there for a second. No, no. I was just I was thinking I was thinking back on his record put it in context compared to Jeff Sessions. Would you rather have as your attorney general right now if you're looking for no one to say, yeah. But right sessions, he was a guy that obviously supported the president in the campaign is only the attorney general because he was a surrogate. And therefore that was Trump rewarded right? You want bar there? Right. In fact. Yes, Michael ballot shots, you know, that is he's a presidential historian. He has this great pitcher out right now of bar and Muller together in nineteen Ninety-one submitting report. Yeah. So it's interesting. Yeah, I'm sure they know bar said he knows by Bob Muller, and he's a friend of mine and all that stuff. So again, if you wanna poke any holes in a conspiracy theories that the Trump administration is going to somehow trying to hide anything. Everybody wants this thing out. It was voted unanimously which never happens in the house. And then President Trump said he up let it all out because he seems confident there's nothing in there before we get to reconquer. This is kind of funny from Stephen Miller. He's a great tweeter. If you ever go in there. He's under red Steve's, okay? And he says, they're the no other indictments and Muller. And that means there's gonna be no other indictments by Robert Muller. Several news organizations are reporting and baller quietly ending. This thing seems like an unquestionable win for Trump, which means, of course, he's going to wake up tomorrow and tweet all day about John McCain. Oh. There have been three dozen people in three companies already charged. So right. But again to my point which is gonna make you nauseous because I say it's so much unless there is Russian collusion between Trump officials. Okay. More President Trump and the Russians that's the whole ballgame. Rick unger. Do you agree with me in that regard that unless there's collusion impeachment is something Democrats should not pursue? And by the way, we're conger is the founder and the chief of the daily centrists. Go ahead. Ricky. Goodness. I was to having too much fun listening to you. It's a thing around here. So I look I mean, I guess the best way I can put this. I think some months ago this entire story shift it, I don't know that that'll have the near-term excitement factor that Democrats might want. Look, it's highly likely based on the fact that there were no new indictments filed before the report was filed that there probably isn't going to be any more. As a result of the special counsel's office. But you know, what if you were paying attention this story shifted with Michael Kohn the real action. It's not going to be action on Russian collusion. I do agree. Joe? I mean, the reality is if there are no further indictments on Russian collusion, then. Yeah. That's certainly takes the wind out of all of that doesn't let the reality is with all the indictments that special counsel will have achieved and their record-breaking. None of them involved an American who was in poked in colluded with Russia. So there is that. But what this thing kicked off? I suspect is what's where the real action is going to be which is in the southern district of New York. And now coming out of the state courts in New York with the new York Attorney General. And Rick were sitting again with reconquer who is the founder of the daily centers. Rick. What do you think though about obstruction of Justice charges that baby lying in wait for the president in the mall report? Well, it's it's hard to say. And this is you know, let's face it. We don't go anywhere right now that we get four hours ago venos- is after report was five filed it's hard to say because if let's let's speculate here because that's all we could be doing is the special counsel feels that. There was obstruction of Justice. Then he he would not indict Robert Mueller is a guy who plays it by the rules and the Justice department who eats contracted with says, you cannot indicted sitting. So we don't know. I mean, you have to wait and see what he says. Now, the other thing that we do know is that is highly unlikely that a prosecutor if he is not indicting will start saying a lot of disparaging things, you think back to the Kobe exercise where he said, I'm not indict Hillary Clinton. But boy was she a screw up here at went on and on and on that's not typical prosecutorial behavior. If you're not being dieted, they do not want to be search you if you were doing something so bad they indict you now this is a little bit weird because rule says that you can indict a sitting president. So we just have to wait and see we just have to wait and see till we know what's in that report. If we ever no question for reconquer and for lease wheels since you have legal backgrounds, and all my legal background is is watching LA law and be able to quote, a few good men. Why can't a sitting? Degree. Where did where did you get your law degree? LA law school. A UCLA. Very good. Your parents probably paid to get you in there. But the point before we go from the tangent. Why can't a sitting president be invited? Why can't that happen? Either one you can answer only because the Justice department through a an advisory basically said at some point that we don't think a sitting president should be indited. There is nothing in the law. That says that a president can't be indicted, and depending on what you've got here, you know, there's a wonderful situation here where if even if it doesn't come out of the special counsels prosecutions, it could certainly come out of southern district of New York or New York AG who could say we want to indict this president who says that we can't erstwhile while we're not respond. Well, the southern districts responsible. It's part of the Justice department. But it's certainly not the attorney general the state of New York. So they're not bound by that ruling. So this could be something. That could be a lot of fun for lawyers like Leeson, I to see what happens if they do want to indict him somewhere here in the state of New York, right? Because the supreme court has never held that a sitting president couldn't be indicted. Okay. So what do you think is the worst case scenario Justice department? Hey, gotcha. So what do you guys think? I'll at Rick answer. I and we only have about a minute, unfortunately. But I love to keep you over through the break up. That's cool. What would the worst case scenario version B of this report for President Trump? At least you could jump. I would have to think it would be along the obstruction of Justice might okay special. Prosecutor do his investigation has found. Details found evidence that would support that that'd be pretty bad. And I would agree with Rick. I would think it would be obstruction. And it would not be in allegations. It would be in facts. Fact, fact, fact, fact fact because he can't charge someone he can't put in in in bad language, say against someone because he hasn't charged him. But he would put could put facts that support allegation. Fact, he fired James Komi to hinder the investigation. I think. Violations, for example, with support allegations those kinds of things, that's that's right. But it would have to be really solid stuff. Exactly. Obviously, rick. You're going to stick around through the break. We're gonna talk more about Robert Muller. Submitting his final report to the attorney general of what happens next that's next on seven ten W O, our attention, military members who serve between.
"molla" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Oh, it's very depressing. Lewis, and we're here with Rani Molla who our coat my co host. He's also the data editor at Recode. Okay. So sometime in the near future or depending on how long you think it's going to be, everything's gonna be automated. A lot of us are going to lose their jobs. What are the jobs of the future and what art? Yeah, I think it's really hard to guess in advance. I mean, I don't think podcast her was a job that you could have predicted ten years ago, so, but we do know what those will be. They will be these things that stick out what is to be human to be curious and creative and also caring. So I think that the jobs of the future will be us sort of caring for warning liberate us to do the things that she wins liked to do naturally that we don't have to be corralled into doing. You know, you have to corral someone into going. Into a dark mine and getting black lung. You don't have to corral someone to taking care of their children. You don't give me some examples of what those jobs it might be? Yeah. So I mean, I think what's very human that what's very human. I think I think I think caring for children or the elderly, I think doing scientific research, I think making art, I think explaining in meaning making in various ways is very human. I think learning new things and doing things that are not repeatable. So this podcast, most likely will not be the exact same podcast as the next one you have and those kinds of novel things will be very appealing to people in the future. And if this seems impossible, it also should seem impossible in eighteen fifty that most of us would be sitting around moving paper or selling things or typing or all these things that most people do in the service economy. So and that less than two percent of us would work on farms. And even the people who work on farms are basically manner. Robots. So I think that those are the kinds of things I think about an in a positive way. Now it could easily go in a very different way as well in terms of we're not going to be selling because why stores are terrible. They just don't make sense to run around the store and go collect things like you're the hunter like in a forest or something. You know what I mean? That's what it is. It's a hunt and grab economies centrally go and find your things. I find walking around the supermarket idiotic at this point. I think it's very depressing to imagine all those giant cavernous air conditioned warehouses that were burning coal for some people can drive up in their car oil burning going to happen, and then all the jobs go that all those jobs. Yeah. All those retail jobs are gone with the next fifteen to twenty years ahead at WalMart at code a couple years ago. And I think I'm the only one who heard him say, we probably will only have ten thousand square foot WalMart stars because just two people to go in, sometimes they're no more super WalMart and everyone's like, I'm like, what did he just say? Like, you know, the repercussions are massive the same thing, so we will have that we won't have. We will probably have self driving cars so we won't have all the jobs that go with..
"molla" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Now If you're concerned about our constitutional, order what's left of it If you're concern, about separation of powers If you're concerned about the ability of the president of the United, States to do job while in office Then why wouldn't you raise these concerns why don't the media raised. These concerns the Democrats raise these concerns the never Trumpers raise these concerns because they don't worry about it they're not concerned about They'll find some outlier lawyer outlier professor who will dismiss all this and they'll embrace it. Because they want to It's not whether I think a sitting president of the United States can be indicted It's whether or not the department of Justice thinks so Now that at another point The attorney general, the United. States Jeff Sessions recused himself As to matters involving, the campaign, and Russia But the attorney general the United States Is doing a grave, injustice to the constitution and the nation By sitting silently on what are, these significant constitutional issues and if they're decided the wrong way it'll have grave implications for the future of this country There is. No reason that Jeff Sessions can't step, in not to get involved in the investigation per se But to get involved in the nature of these constitutional questions And, yet he's silent absolutely silent I've never seen anything like it There is no reason That. Congress, created under article one She didn't hold hearings he call Mr. Molla to testify not about the specific evidence he has or thinks he. Has But on these constitutional questions for congress to sit there and allow this thing to potentially explode Without participating in this It's unconscionable Instead we have four Republicans on the Senate Judiciary committee Grassley and Graham included who voted to protect Muller citizen about. Protecting Muller this is about, the constitution Nowhere is there or should. There.
"molla" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The friendly offers to the presidency and the fact that this republican congress sits there doesn't call mr molla before any of these judiciary committee committees and insist that he explained under what authority he seeks to subpoena president and set them up for indictment the fact that they've never asked mr mueller his opinion of these memoranda is a shameful lack of faith or constitutional system by a republican congress that sits there that lies there like a bunch of flounder on the beach yes from the eavesdropping in march twenty seventeen to the insistence of people that they can indict this president for obstruction we've been right and we've been i because we think about these things we study these things we educate ourselves about these things cnn says the inability to indict a sitting president has been the position of the office of legal counsel and the justice department since the nixon administration reaffirmed in the clinton administration but has never been tested in court i've said this over and over again but tested in court how would it be tested in court you indict a sitting president and then his lawyer is going to court and say your honor he's acting ultra vires that is without a thirty he can't come in here as a special counsel and overturn his own departments policy.
"molla" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Constitution is this president's best friend wrap yourself in it defended defend the office of the presidency and the fact that this republican congress sits there it doesn't call mr molla before any of these judiciary committee see committees and insists that he explained under what authority he seeks to subpoena president and setup for indictment the fact that they've never asked mr bowler his opinion of these memoranda is a shameful lack of faith to our constitutional system by a republican congress that sits there that lies there like a bunch of flounder on the beach yes from the eavesdropping in march twenty seventeen to the insistence of people that they can indict this president for obstruction we've been right and we've been i because we think about these things we study these things we educate ourselves about these things cnn says the inability to indict a sitting president has been the position of the office of legal counsel and the justice department since the nixon administration reaffirmed in the clinton administration but has never been tested in court i've said this over and over again but tested in court how would it be tested in court you indict a sitting president and then his lawyers go into court and say your honor he's acting all tra virus that is without a thirty he can't come in here as a special counsel and overturn his own departments policy.
"molla" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590
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"molla" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Crime have it seen that yet when i have seen this kind of the inverse where somebody who was being charged with murder other there were a lot of questions raised in in the trial because of of the sheriff's decision not to send the doctor to the crime scene when it happened it was a woman she was pretty standard protocol which is standard protocol and the detective who was investigating it was a murder of a a mom who was stabbed to death by her son and the her side was ultimately convicted but the investigator wanted a doctor of molla to come to the scene to determine what time she died and that was very important because there were different people in the house at different times and when they went to trial it became a problem you know the jury was very hung up on the fact that will you can't really prove it's the sun because we don't know when when she died in and it was such a problem that the district at the deputy district attorney who tried the case actually wrote the sheriff a letter in 2013 saying i want to explain to you why it's important let the to let the forensic pathologist go to the crime scene because it almost cost me a conviction all this i imagine that the sheriff has his own version of events and his own belief about what happens what does he saying about all us well he saying that he never interfered with the doctors and certainly never interfered with their findings about what caused somebody's death however he says it is his job as the elected sheriff corner to decide the manner of somebody's death you know is this was this death an accident or a homicide or a suicide or natural at center that's his.