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Guest Teacher Oli Bridge: How to Build Video Funnels for Your Business

The $100 MBA Show

05:52 min | 6 months ago

Guest Teacher Oli Bridge: How to Build Video Funnels for Your Business

"Dive into the first part of your video. Funnel engine conversion funnels how about using a personalized video respond to a new inquiry on your website rousing just foreign back a regular email. While as we researching the white paper. Last year I found that customers a seventy percent more likely to respond to emails. If the email has a visual of you in it think about it. You'll video that you'll Sunday is proof that you've taken the time for that. Customer and human psychology means a much more likely to reciprocate the effort amherst spongy. How about using videos to get more leads to show for sales demos but dropped personal video in the days of the hours before the meeting will the Denner. They'll see as a real person behind that calendar appointment until much more invested in the process. Meaning they'll be less likely to cancel all how about using video to get leads to attend your weapons just like with sales calls reach out to them personally insisting that impo beforehand means we prime feel comforted eager to show up and support. I'll do this myself. Every weapon run the attendance rates engagement on my weapon is just night and day. Compared to when I was leading ultimate emails you can even use video to follow up maybe off to a trade show meeting or to rekindle a stagnant sales proposal. The crucial fan is by doing things just a little bit differently. I'm putting in just a little bit of extra effort on humanity. You will stand out against the tide of regular emails. That person gets every day and you'll be more likely to come through and get a response. Okay just a little brief signs include here want to explain to you very quickly while this stuff works why. This video worked so well. It's all about this in cool the Activating system. What is this? Sounds WAY IT Personalization in any walk of life is effective largely because of warn shed human physiological mechanism insisting on talking about the retaking activating system. Let's maybe call it the rest for sure. Save a little time. The brass is a network of neurons. Located in your brain stem are good to the bottle. You too much hip in everyday language. Your acts as a gateway deal conscious brain. It filters foundation that you should pay attention to it helps you control the constant flow signals reaching your senses in any given moment. Let's break this down a bit simpler. So when people talk about selective hearing will then really referencing is effect of the rest that is causing you to ignore some of the information being shared with a pad to the other bits. You care about an easy way to understand. This effect is by thinking about what's called the cocktail party effect. It goes something a little bit like this. Imagine you're at a party with dozens of people jumping there by. You'll easily tune out those compensations buzz as soon as someone say something that is of particular interest youth may be name or film you. Just watch your magically tune into that conversation. That's you'll russ were particularly activating system. Activating you'll conscious brain. This is why puzzle is Magden is so much more effective than mass moncton as humans. We all hardwired to respond to it. And you can think of pus nights video as a sort of standard in personalization sation. It taps into customers conscious. Brian and it gets their attention. Okay let's move onto the next pulse. Fuel fifty funnel engine activation funnels his some simple ways. You can use videos to build deep relationships with your existing customers can help out sending a simple thank you video when they buy new product for me. Heroin joy seen countless examples of this bumpy repeat purchase rates by huge margins. Or how about Husni Ni asking for review for your happiest and most engaged customers? Someone's having a great experience if you'll product or you need to do is ask and they'll happily give you that reveal. What about customer said made it to number one on trust pilot in the men's fussing custody by simply asking for reviews Video rather than picking out one of those ultimated post purchase emails Familiar with what about personal requesting a case study from a happy customer Rothen Out Fifty emails a bunch of your customers and crossing fingers and hoping a good case that he can be the law blood if you'll sales process surely worth taking thirty or sixty seconds to record a video the might land really great case study from a customer remember when recording these videos. This is your opportunity to take your customers experience to the next level. I just shown to let them know that they're not just another number in your business so make sure you count him out by name. You've got to do that. Used that name. We just talked about the rough riddick lights rating system. I'm worried about seven potent. Let them know why they support Full business I may be at a puzzle. Touch whether that Spring Newcastle. You'll total into the video showing them something goofy going on in the background. As you're walking the coating your video this has a humanness an openness that deepens the impact of your message using that name and doing cookie things or just being a bit more real and human. That's all about activating doubt raw system and getting access to the brain so just being human with your messages

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Did a powerful coach groom his talented young runner for sex?

The Big Story

11:50 min | 9 months ago

Did a powerful coach groom his talented young runner for sex?

"The problem at the heart of today's story an ugly one but it's not particularly unique. A grown man in a position of power allegedly uses that power to groom a young woman. I as a friend and as a partner and finally for a sexual relationship if there's one thing the past few years of these stories should have taught us. It's that this scenario happens absolutely everywhere. But what happens when the story goes public? That varies wildly depending on the world in which it happens in large companies and big industries by now there is a process or at least there should be even in smaller companies. There's usually a structure of some sort in place in the tiny insular world of Canadian long distance running though there's not much of that to speak of and the allegations that landed in a national newspaper almost two weeks ago have exposed just how badly some oversight is needed in these small communities almost two decades ago now a promising young woman met a notable coach and the story went the way these stories sometimes go and nobody talked nothing was done until it hit the papers and now at tiny world of Canadian long distance running has been blown wide open and nobody knows what happens now I'm Jordan Heathrow. This is the big story Michael. Dale is a freelance journalist for this particular investigation. He worked with the globe in Mail. Michael Hi how are you doing? I'm doing well. You performed quite a deep dive on a problem that I don't think a lot of people even knew was on anybody's radar. Why don't you start by telling us who's Meghan Brown certainly Megan Brown? Actually if if you're a fan of track and field and Canada you may remember the name because she was a bright star Ten fifteen years ago. was better apex or career And she started off as a high school genome. She ran very briefly with a club called. Speed River Track and Field Club in wealth and also briefly with the University of wealth before moving on to the University of Toronto. She had some success ultimately she didn't become an Olympian or the next great Canadian distance runner And my investigation in part unearth. Y happened or why it didn't happen in the same vein than on just so we have the two characters upfront. Who is Dave Scott? Thomas Dave Scott. Thomas is or was until very recently arguably the most powerful individual and track and field in Canada. He was a coach at the University of wealth which is a powerhouse program and track and field only rivaled with US schools and he also had a speed river track and Field Club in wealth which had a number of Olympians that ran Ran With him at the club over the years and developed an unimaginable amount of talent there and he was a national team coach so he coached And the two thousand Sixteen Olympics as well so in a relatively small world in this industry in Canada he was one of the bigger names. He was an outsized figure for sure. I mean I one coach said to me. He sort of like a Scotty. Bowman type figure. He's a an empire builder on a lot of different levels But I would argue that within the cloistered world of of Canadian track and field and distance running. He was even much more powerful than that. So let's start by going back to the beginning and tell me how Meghan Brown Matt Dave Scott Thomas. It all started in the fall of two thousand and one when. Megan was a sixteen year old kid and she was very new to running. Suliman wearing a couple of years. Her Mom had died When she was a teenager and she discovered running after her mother's death in part a coping mechanism and she won the junior race at the Ontario Cross country. Championships that the high school championships which is a pretty incredible feat for someone running and Dieskau. Thomas saw her. That meet identified her as the up and coming feed on that she was. I suppose luckily for him. She happened to be a local kid. She was from the farm community outside of wealth area so he in the weeks after her win went to her high school and recruited her there at that time when she is sixteen and he's recruiting her. How big a deal was he. Then would have been like being recruited by Scotty Bowman at that time Not Quite but he was definitely an up and coming force certainly locally it would be a big deal Guelleh was At the university level was developing as a top flight school and his program that was sort of attached to the school. The Speed River Track and Field Club was becoming a known commodity in the running scene and he was attracting some talent but this was at the very beginning the building stages and he's a very charismatic figure. As well he you know. He offered her an opportunity in a situation for her to grow her talent. And obviously it was you know in the community so she and her father who is a a widower. The time trusted Mr Scott Thomas to take care of their daughter. She spoke to you in a lot of depth for this story. What does she say about their relationship? Their working relationship in the early days. I think it was Positive and then it became very intense. Very quickly They develop you mean by intense while the very quickly started spending a lot of time together and time not just in terms of after school when he's coaching around the track but even after that and according to many of the athletes that I spoke with that were present at that time while she was still a high school kid training at speed river they would disappear off in the car they will go for drives And as Megan told me later in our interviews He would take her for tea and they would spend long periods of time talking about a started off talking about running and then it very quickly diverged from that talking about each of their emotional states in his as much as hers and then e. Mail started Phone calls this is at the during the early days of the cell phone right so megan actually had a phone was kind of Sarab tissue going out and you know are up in her room or out on the road talking to Dave Scott Thomas while he was staying late at his office in the evenings. What do we know about what the people around this relationship thought about it? so far you've described stuff that I think would raise people's eyebrows but Perhaps not crossing particular line. The first problem is is that there was an incredible amount of blind trust given a day. Scott Thomas he started the program at the University of wealth it was nothing program by all accounts And he built it from nothing to quite something and later on to an incredible program And because of that he had unilateral power. It wasn't a whole lot of checks and balances going on university and put in place and parents trusted him as well He's sort of report himself to be a family man. He has daughters. He was married guy in his late thirties at the time. So there was a lot of trust built in their students Athletes in the in the club and athletes at the university Told me that they definitely. They started to gossip. They they definitely saw something going on but they're kids. They're they're teenagers. They're eighteen. Nineteen twenty years old others. A lot of jealousy actually Many many athletes told me former athlete told me that they felt a great deal of Chelsea towards Megan because she was occupying all of all of their coaches time. Right but the thing is is that Dave. Thomas gave her that time that attention so it was definitely a two way street. That was going on. Where did that lead in the fall of two thousand two? The speed river team led by Dave. Scott Thomas went in an RV and drove out to Moncton for The National Cross Country Championships. A Megan was the only teenage girl in the group who was a lot of like university students that were going out and you know it was a really fun time for her. She was very excited. This is the first big trip for our She's a pretty naive kid as well and she ended up winning that meet. She won that the national junior title. Which is a huge deal and meant that you'd be going to a world championships the CA- following year and that night after winning title instead of going out with friends her teammates and celebrating She went on a drive with Scott Thomas in that. Rv She alleges and That's when he approached her of with the idea of a relationship he won't. He was kind of probing her for how she felt about him emotionally and sexually as well and shortly after that a sexual relationship again between the two of them and she was seventeen years old. He was thirty eight so the topic. At least of the relationship is broached right after her biggest victory so far and and what should have been the first of of many. What happens the weeks after that according to Meghan Will shortly after that after they come back from the National Championships in Moncton Her and Mr Scott. Thomas actually go for a trip alone in his car. T. FROM WEALTH TO TORONTO. A day trip they went to the the ROM. The Ryland Area Museum Museum and in the exhibit somewhere He kisses her and then later on that evening they drive back to wealth they go to The Arboretum which is large forested area owned by the university where he actually trained as athletes. And that's where they they had Megan's first sexual encounter in her life in his car and She says that she felt it was an ultimatum. that he gave her before they had sex. Which was that either heavy relate sexual relationship with me or You're going to lose everything that we built. Of course she chose the former. I think she realizes now that consent was not possible at that point in her life based on her age based on the the power dynamic that existed between the two of them So from there on in there was a A two year secret sexual relationship That they maintained until she was a Shortly after she joined the University of Wealth As a student athlete. How does that kind of thing happen? And I think this sounds like kind of a stupid question because we now hear about this kind of thing happening often but how does something like that happen? Within a relationship that has so many power dynamics involved and nobody around it does anything. I mean you mentioned. They might not have known about the romantic aspect of the relationship that you mentioned that her teammates were certainly aware. Was anybody else involved with the club or the university aware that this was going on. I mean this is a debate. That's kind of turned the running community in Canada. Too Right now which is Those that were a part of the University of Guel for Speed River Track and Field Club at that time. Either as coaches or athletes.

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"moncton" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"moncton" Discussed on In the Garden

"Canning and you should be freezing and it should be drying some of your stuff. You should be getting some things into the cold cellar zeller and as i've said before there's not just one way to save the harvest as you want us you want kind of spread it out so a using all the different tricks that there are to save the harvest over the year you know for so you have something right through the winter and oh you know some things freeze better than dry. Something's drive better than freeze. Some things can better than they freeze or dry so you you have to use all of those different <hes> preservation methods and we're blessed with <hes> with all those options <hes>. I have a dryer that i use a for dry and cantaloupe. Oh absolutely one of the best foods you can ever have. I mean it's like you know it's ambrosia very very good and so you take a cantaloupe oh poor you can only save so many of them in cold storage but you can dry them and they will be there for a year you know. I think we have a quick caller. We start so let's see what this is all about and <hes> your first name in town emerson from moncton emerson welcome aboard with two yup question is is we're talking about canning and freezing and so forth and so where i work we've been having this discussion. Do we need to blanche our vegetables before we freeze geico generally. Yes that's generally. They store better if you if you blanche now branching is just a very brief you know hot water cold water you know so you put them in and.

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"moncton" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"moncton" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"And it's like there's nothing that you need to see that you have to go for its she's the type of person who holds back with Tila. If you wanna see tell you have to go to her concert 'cause she's nowhere else. Right on the ground is everywhere. In addition to being on tour. Right. But we'll see her at Kotel now. How your spring definitely sprung on me? You know that it was spring. And that was really that was my cross to bear that's going to become like of our new things kind of love. It was great. I mean, I was busy in meetings with you all day just like actually yesterday, I got into bed, and I was like this has been the most productive day of my life. Like, so many things happen for me on a personal, but also mostly like a professional level like just deals come through. I mean, it's like the old saying goes wedding rains it pours. Totally today. It's fucking pouring for a million different reasons. But I just felt like yesterday like was my day. Do you know what I mean? And I have been on the road so much and this week was supposed to be my week of catching up on sleep time with the time with Ben like making memories also being productive and really feel like I've caught up on so much sleep. I'm so well rested yesterday to bed, and I was like oh my God. I was not tired today. Wow. They've ever had that feeling like since the second grade. That's an exciting feeling. So I'm just kidding all caught up on my emails on my sleep on my business affairs. And I'm just I'm catching up on. Television all caught up on my house watching shrill, I'm just feeling like so accomplished half of it. And like that is not a feeling. I'm used to feeling I understand I'm happy for you. Thank you. I'm happy for you know, that I. Even if. On stint. And I'll tell you the pay give me the truth me, and my will make you through. I'm happy for you. You never know who's listening big music. Exact you never know who's listening. Honestly, I don't feel as I said because they drink on week night last night because it was the first spring and as predicted we're Becca wanted to get drinks that was a funniest thing ever. She literally Techni right up to the show. It was like he was the perceive drink I spring. Maybe we should celebrate with some crisps on fair. And I was like you have to watch the toast. Well, just describing sensor as crisp makes me want to have a glass of wine. Right. So then she listened to the tocine we were lacking. But then apparently Moncton so many people message that was something because so many people I heard apparently Montezuma. Onto as currently onto something because so many people like got text messages from people being like it's the first day of spring early. Celebrate with drinks, I'm telling something spring and drinks. And I think we should do is study on it. Because all of a sudden, I had three drinks..

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"moncton" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

Future Thinkers Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

"There is a chance of this being a very positive thing in the long run. You know, humanity being forced to be a little more self sustaining self sufficient focus on renewable lifestyles and energies, and in that could really change turn things around circular economies closed loop zero waste. Yeah. Because right now, there's just not enough incentives to set that up yet you sit close loop. That's exactly right. Isn't it? What was that conversation like with Daniels Moncton burger where he talked about the generator function of existential risk in shutting down the generator functions. You remember anything specific from that one? So yeah. One of them was rivalries games. Right. And that's when we started talking about finite, infinite games. Yeah. So we can't think of this as a finite game anymore because the stakes have become so high that we could wipe out the whole field playingfield right with what we're doing. So and we're playing. Replaying lows it that he said we're playing a finite game or playing in a final game as if it were an infinite game. Yeah. Yes. So we don't realize what kinda game were playing. Okay. So I wanted to talk about some of the ways that people feel helpless and try and figure that out because you know, if if people can have a little more at the very least belief of of ability to make change in their life and belief of sovereignty maybe they can start taking small steps towards actual sovereignty. Because if you believe that you have no chance of of surviving or fixing your situation or adapting that I mean, that's a self fulfilling prophecy. There's no way you're getting out of that. So, you know, why don't we talk about the root of belief in figure out a way that people can actually have control take small steps. Well, so I think for a very first thing is to to look for other options. There are other options options. Yeah. Other options than what you're currently doing. If you think that you're not going to be doing that thing for very long, right? So if you think that your industry's kind of in decline than start thinking about where your current skills can be applied better in growing industry and not one that is at odds with what is happening in the world because it's growing oil industry in some region. That's not going to last very long one thing ivory recently been realizing. I mean, I've been a self learner for a long time. And I've taken a lot of courses in watch a lot of YouTube videos of design and in coding and all kinds of stuff, but I've recently tackled a scripting and automation in programming. Just so I can kind of automate my streaming setup and video editing in that sort of stuff and it occurred to me after taking a few courses in getting somethings working that was super easy way easier than I ever expected. It would be I thought like programming like I Could could. get designed learn Photoshop by their video editing, but programmings that next level thing. That's just too hard. And I learned it. And I started applying some things in like a couple of days of salt learning, and I figured some things out. And I realized how easy it could be for people to retool if they just stop believing. It's so hard because I pushed off like learning how to do this for years. And now, I'm like, I'm I'm not a coder. I'm not an expert by any means, but I'm actually like solving some real problems and getting stuff done that I wouldn't expect it. I'd be able to do interest to short days learning. Yeah. That reminded me of something kind of funny. So I went to this like when I was in college, I went to a career kind, of course, that talked about how to you know, how to find a career in, you know, build your skills. And so the lady who was presenting talked about a woman in her class who was an. Ex prostitute. And she, you know, she came to the class, and she was like, well, I don't know like where I can apply myself, but I don't wanna do this anymore. And so the coach told her, okay, we'll ride down what kind of skills you have. And then they worked through it. And it's like negotiating with clients like, you know, creating proposals. Like, a entertaining guests, and they road road down all these kinds of skills just in human terms, and it turned out that she's an excellent fit to be a sales person..

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"moncton" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"He was he said the things that got him angry to where Connor one it just didn't work out the way, I think kind wanted him to run in and out. Dry dry. He was totally dry and kind of force in the whole thing. I went oh something's not. I noticed the same thing. He didn't look as comfortable going in. Because now he really has to deal with could be he did not look as loose and dry. I mean, he was bone-dry as a martial artist. Frank, you, you know, this the cage or the ring is the truth. Any everything else is it's not even you want. If when he tries to say what he wants to make it like wants to street guy, and he attacks the thing with the bus would all guys that's not gonna go five rounds. So that's going to go five minutes tops, and it's getting broken up. So you might get a Licken here there, and what your heart is in the cage is the time to be that hard s and he didn't he didn't pass that test it enlisted. I would rather him go, you know, when he's on Kip on top and pounding. Let's talk. Now, let's talk. Now. I would rather them. Go. Q? Did he say anything go good? Fuck you when I get pounded out cover up. Just do that. Hey, it's all business. It's all it's only business. It's only business now we're being friendly not being stage in front of everybody. Why am I getting off again, eight the guy? No, no, no, no. You don't you? Don't have to hate to guide hate us guy. It is different than I love the guy. I think the guys fun to watch him. He says I like them more now than ever. I love him. I love him. But we all listen, you all do things that other people don't like how this though how could be jumping off of like a silverback ape. I mean there was such rate. Yeah. I didn't like that though. Because again, there's fans around, and it's like, you're risking a riot. And you're risking hurting somebody right to watch the flight, you're risking a lot of days. I'm with my kid audience and somebody is throwing something it was crazy to get out of it. Do it back stage if he would have attacked him backstage. I would have a lot less to say about it. Because then at least you're just with other fighters thing is this though, he finally he broke him. He broke fucking guy broke. He did. Because now he's releasing everything. And it's a little anti climatic dominated him. He got that got tapping out like a Sissy, you're not gonna do anything to you. Now. It's over didn't even he didn't. He just he didn't he knew he's. Got me property. Well, that's not what you has probably never squeezed anything. Then Connor face in that moment. And then the restaurant trumped right on them. So then he says it is almost like I still wanna release hurt him as. Guy doing whatever he's doing. What was he doing guy that you just doing? I think he was like waving them on having some there's a a little like back and forth with that some people. He didn't. I don't know. Okay. The jury's still out on that, by the way and just credits. It could be because he he held it for like one tenth of longer this. He did. Hidden in what he wanted to pretend you didn't hear the rest. Volkan is calling soon and he's fighting Anthony Smith, that's the main at Moncton. Yeah. We're gonna get Frank out of here. Okay. I'm sorry. Yes. Pitcher that picture. Why don't we take five take five pictures enough five world on Netflix now now? Yeah, you could binge it. And and I never I never really say. This about anything I do. But this is really worth seeing you really got me. I'm watching on Netflix. I cannot wait. I wanna see that Senegalese CEPA Senegal. Yeah. I wanted you to your own something. That's that's really interesting before. I see you again. Can you give them all movie a chance for me? Original. What about what the soldier that one that? I think that's that's a great move. I'm happy. That's it. We that. Fight world on that flick vitamins. Three the third man don't do that. Toby maguire. That's we'll get back..

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"moncton" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Don't send me my two million. I got my brothers back talking about. Due Vira d'avoir by don't know how to pronounce his last name, but that guy he was supposed to fight Artem Lobov in Moncton you've seen fight and I won thirty eight in Moncton Canada, any we all agreed right now, let's not have those to fight. I agree. And so Michael Johnson stepping in but him not fighting him aside from there's just too much between the camps. I think he's also one of these guys on the ten day suspension, or is it just McGregor and Habib as far as that the viral guy? No, no, no. He's on his his bits right now. He's gonna know that that would be purely internal sanctions. Nothing. Nothing has been brought up with his license or anything like that was purely an internal decision. I think not so much the fight it self. I do. I support the US's decision here wholeheartedly. These two camps. It's too hot right now to bring these two guys, but not that it's too hot for them to meet in a cage to be honest with you. I don't think that would be a problem. The problem is you got the week weekly? Yeah, you're a fight week there in a little tiny town there Moncton New Brunswick, Canada. All right. Like I haven't been there before obviously. But everything we've been told is the really, really small place like it's hard to get to. There's not much there, but there's a brand new arena there, which is why the Cain, the came with some money sounds like Uberlandia executive. It's a small place, so everybody is going to be congregating in the same areas. It's not like if they were Chicago Dallas where there's a thousand places to go like there's you might. They're gonna be in the same spot. You know, it's a smaller Vince and the amount of staff that the UFC has there in terms of security, and you'd have to bring extra people just to keep all these people apart. So I don't think the the cage and I think that's what needs to be clear that because I fully support the USC pulling apart, but not because I don't think that Artem is VERA could could have a fight and that everything would go k. it's just that I think the whole week would be a problem now, the two guys that jumped into the cage and one exchange punches with Connor the other one kohl-kok Connor or whatever you wanna call it, those guys aren't on any form of a suspension than right. No, not. So when Dana says. We're good. Does that mean that do Vira at least is still on the roster that been, he hasn't confirmed that yet or not. But I do think I do believe I mean, and I've said this in other places, and I'll say here, I honestly believe that when Dana was talking that night, he didn't know that those guys were on the USC roster because people like what about those guys jumped in and he's like, oh, they'll never fight here. I think he thought maybe they were just like people on Habib's teen. Now, this again is just a guest. This is not anything I've spoken to Dana about, but just I mean, you get it man, how many hundreds of interviews and conversations in press conferences. You know, it might be in the thousands now that we've dealt with Dana, you start to pick up on his little verbal and nonverbal cues. I think that was one moment where I don't think to be honest with you that he knew that those guys were on the roster. So I, you can't take anything to happen that night definitively. In fact, I mean, look, I think about how much differently we all felt that night versus now. And you know what I mean that night. It did feel like the end of the world. It did feel like, oh my God, this is awful and listen. It wasn't great. I mean, the most people ever watching our sport and that's what they see. Like it's not great. There's no question. It sucks, but in in the end, not that much happened, right? It was a skirmish, thank God. Nobody got her. It could have been way worse, but but it wasn't different than boxing what they've had. Absolutely. Same thing. So I, I think I think Zuber I mean, listen, desire deserves some type of find some types of suspension absolu-..

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"moncton" Discussed on Download

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03:25 min | 2 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on Download

"A windows ten photos app. You can take a picture in instantly seat within that, and again, downloaded in edited and so forth. And then Microsoft did previously allow you to send or at least reply to well send text messages using the Cortana search Moncton and then reply to them using sort of the notifications within windows already. So this sort of just takes that functionality polls it out and puts it into something that it sounds like is going to be a platform of the future. I talked with one of the team members. About your phone. The gap at the the service launch, and she seemed very Microsoft is extremely receptive to feedback and suggestion that she's like, oh, I want your suggestions. But the point is, is that they are trying to make this particular APPA platform for the future in the phone PC. The cynic in may says, they've tried these sort of initiatives before hasn't really worked out again, harketting back continuum. But yeah, I mean, they're recognizing that they don't know in the mobile space, they wanna have tighter integration between your phone and your PC. I support the concept in general. I wanna see how it plays out. If the support remains through successive generations or rations of these feature updates with us. It's a real challenge for them because they don't own it. And so they've got to, they've got a find ways in there and you know, and it's a matter of what is going to be given to them by Google and apple, too, because obviously there's much more functionality on the Android side because they have better access than they do on the side. It's a weird. It's a weird place for Microsoft to be, but Harry, it makes sense. They people have phones and they have if they've got a, they've got a phone and having them not talk also is a bad idea. So. It makes sense. Can Microsoft ever be comfortable with the idea that it's just a good a good helper for operating systems owned by other people before. Microsoft's about, I talked to panel span, I sort of Mr. hardware at Microsoft and the father of the surface line. And he said that he quite often talks to people who are intrigued by the surplus, but then they get all paranoid and talk about how they have an iphone and they're skeptical about the idea that Microsoft computer can work well with an apple phone. So they're, they're kind of starting out with perceptions from consumers, do not work in their favour, and that helps explain why they ended up some of these features. Even though as you pointed out there, what they can do with an iphone is quite limited compared to Android. And like you said doing nothing is not a viable strategy atop also talked to yourself. Mehdi who is a longtime, Microsoft executives responsible for some of the stuff. And he says that Microsoft's current vision of productivity is helping people keep focused. And if you're juggling your windows laptop and your Android phone throughout the day, which a lot of people do you're losing focus and if they can redirect some of that phone experience under windows based laptop there at least topping you live within one world which might be a little bit less distracted, which is sort of the point of the windows head full service headphones to..

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"moncton" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"And I think scientists who typically fights at one eighty five but has talked about moving up. That's a nice addition. Arjun Buller fighting on that card on October twenty seven Michel circuit attorney against Patrick Cummins, John Volonte couple to fivers few of them on that card as well. So and also that was announced earlier this this morning Artem Lobov is going to find that car, which I think is interesting against Zubaydah to to Gukov. I totally botched that, but the guy who they were involved in the whole slapping thing in Brooklyn now they're actually going to play out not to twenty nine in New Brunswick. Interesting. Very interesting. Curious as to why we'll talk about that one later for now, though, let's belong to our next guest, and I have been wanting to speak to this man for quite some time. I've been wanting to get his side of the story for quite some time. He has remained quiet that ends now the week after that show in Moncton New Brunswick is the US's return to Madison Square Garden here in New York City. You've see an ounce several weeks ago that one of the big fights on that card would be Paulo. Kosta the eraser going up against you Romero how fun However I reported shortly thereafter, that fight wasn't done well, is it going to happen is not going to happen? Is it ever going to happen? Let's talk to the man himself. These soldier of God. You'll Romero standing by great to have him back on the program. You'll. How are you. I'm going to tell shallow Selami friend will I've been wanting to talk to you for so long. It's so great to hear your voice. Yeah, man has always a long time. Can hear you too. Okay. I hear usually I like to see you on the screen, but this time we're going to talk to you on the phone. No problem. I really appreciate you joining us most important right off the bat. You will how how's your face? How's your? I know you had surgery on your Bill bone. How's it feeling. Comedian good feeling great. You know, I say, thank God because them St. he can. He can. You can support me and and my shitty. So you feel better? Yeah. Good. Good. Okay. I'm very excited for the network for my neck fi. I don't know when the company you gave me the opportunity for again, so you well, they announced around a month ago that you are fighting public Kosta in New York Madison Square Garden. But then I was told that flight was never really formally offered. You were not agreed to do in that fight. You were still healing and that it might not even happen toast your side of the story. What happened there today, announce a fight before you had accepted it. The then I asked my my money, his prided j. c. the dough. Oh, maybe clan for the fight, but the is non miss doesn't as possible by the two too far, you know, and I'm in the your need and more time for the fight and neither what happened but then, okay, nothing. What I that's what happened. You know what I mean? Everybody on me. You're getting somebody. I take it, but we do need to say, you need to stay and then you career you live very, very small. You know, it's not only what they like. Like, you know, like our by. Okay. I'm the best I go. No, no, no, there's no. Like, did you know you need a time to you how the shitty you need a cover when you you ready? We're now you'll you'll, you can go. And then and the doctor say, bye bye..

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"moncton" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"And I think scientists who typically fights at one eighty five but has talked about moving up. That's a nice addition. Arjun Buller fighting on that card on October twenty seven Michel circuit attorney against Patrick Cummins, John Volonte couple to fivers few of them on that card as well. So and also that was announced earlier this this morning Artem Lobov is going to find that car, which I think is interesting against Zubaydah to to Gukov. I totally botched that, but the guy who they were involved in the whole slapping thing in Brooklyn now they're actually going to play out not to twenty nine in New Brunswick. Interesting. Very interesting. Curious as to why we'll talk about that one later for now, though, let's belong to our next guest, and I have been wanting to speak to this man for quite some time. I've been wanting to get his side of the story for quite some time. He has remained quiet that ends now the week after that show in Moncton New Brunswick is the US's return to Madison Square Garden here in New York City. You've see an ounce several weeks ago that one of the big fights on that card would be Paulo. Kosta the eraser going up against you Romero how fun However I reported shortly thereafter, that fight wasn't done well, is it going to happen is not going to happen? Is it ever going to happen? Let's talk to the man himself. These soldier of God. You'll Romero standing by great to have him back on the program. You'll. How are you. I'm going to tell shallow Selami friend will I've been wanting to talk to you for so long. It's so great to hear your voice. Yeah, man has always a long time. Can hear you too. Okay. I hear usually I like to see you on the screen, but this time we're going to talk to you on the phone. No problem. I really appreciate you joining us most important right off the bat. You will how how's your face? How's your? I know you had surgery on your Bill bone. How's it feeling. Comedian good feeling great. You know, I say, thank God because them St. he can. He can. You can support me and and my shitty. So you feel better? Yeah. Good. Good. Okay. I'm very excited for the network for my neck fi. I don't know when the company you gave me the opportunity for again, so you well, they announced around a month ago that you are fighting public Kosta in New York Madison Square Garden. But then I was told that flight was never really formally offered. You were not agreed to do in that fight. You were still healing and that it might not even happen toast your side of the story. What happened there today, announce a fight before you had accepted it. The then I asked my my money, his prided j. c. the dough. Oh, maybe clan for the fight, but the is non miss doesn't as possible by the two too far, you know, and I'm in the your need and more time for the fight and neither what happened but then, okay, nothing. What I that's what happened. You know what I mean? Everybody on me. You're getting somebody. I take it, but we do need to say, you need to stay and then you career you live very, very small. You know, it's not only what they like. Like, you know, like our by. Okay. I'm the best I go. No, no, no, there's no. Like, did you know you need a time to you how the shitty you need a cover when you you ready? We're now you'll you'll, you can go. And then and the doctor say, bye bye..

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"moncton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just to connect with people on the levels that make you uncomfortable and to push through uncomforter uncomfortable in order to find true the true real good parts of life i will tell you that i sent a note to my girls i saying i love all your ugly parts you know i love your black darkness and i love like all i like falling and plundering and thing and like let's just keep failing so that we know that we're continuing to move and i think that that is the thing that i feel like he taught me that i feel like there is a piece of that that is got his little name on it in my heart and to just eat everywhere you go you guys and i would say if i would give you guys one piece of advice to honor him or like one not to honor him this weekend go to the moncton market and or the moncton village she's a great idea and just walk around and if you've never been there you guys just go there's so much food and they're so willing and friendly and happy about sharing it with you you and order something from a stand that you have no idea what it is if i can say get the beef rib at the at the move deli the mr move hmo do that because that is so good but kept bubble tea get some far and just be a part of something that is new and bourgeoning in our towns but maybe not in your town that is the coolest thing about anthony bourdain i think that visual image that we would get through his television shows of particularly when anthony bourdain visits asian countries and shows us asia in a food way is this giant lanky gray haired white guy.

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"moncton" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Radio the no nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brew on radio we'll get you so okay we'll get you talking up just before we get to our next guest they must bring in moncton and michael fredericton about our last debater wind rush talking to the joint council the welfare of immigrants that chai patel and she made an interesting point actually doing something you said it'll bit earlier on the show about whether or not this policy on the wind restoration is racist has this all come about really much pretty much because these these these caribbean immigrants are black i don't use the word racism lightly i'm not even accusing those executing this policy of being racist i just think the messaging is very regrettable for country which is all about integration i happen to think the uk is the most integrated nation on earth and it's amazing success story our society which is amazingly cohesive especially if you compare it to even close neighbors franz which is very very divided very unequal in terms of your your your background and your your your racial you'll you'll racial status so here's the question is it going to hurt the conservative party i suspect it'll pass and the reason why is because amber rods to act swiftly she's already apologize she's already promised a two week process by which these issues will be resolved i'm the daily mail it took him about compensation i didn't know whether the government will go that far but it's very jobs because they've been told oh well yo turns out your your illegal.

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"moncton" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Winter hey the neighbor who does this every morning areas right now a charlie don't do that i'm in a bad mood and i want to stay in a bad mood where you can see here nor its me read cobi be guns are just the answer for a clodlike what a guy is prancing and dancing on his front lawn feeling great and you your life is going particularly well radko bb gun do the trick just aim for the guys rear end or any other vulnerable part of the body and watch what happens that's right repco bb gun so vailable now at wadsworth department stores and at edges gun show fifteen 21 new cretan highway and akron and guns guns guns on the main drag in whistle town just remember if you're feeling bad and some slava's prancing on his lawn take that ramp kills bb gun aim for one testicle and watch the fun begin rab go bb guns tune doughnuts presents monk didn't way doughnuts come in the boxes of 12 sixteen twenty thirty or thirty eight we don't fullyrounded moncton doughnuts my name is wellesley bargain and i'm the man who started moncton doughnuts and people will say you weren't no bargain and i'll say oh yes i am a nogo ha ha ha.

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"moncton" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"One one hundred maybe one caroline to avoid this weekend but that did that kept me yeah guy baby sweep pan out again this week could do other lease men sports jackets willing nine non and nine these beautiful cut a ways lovely wolves silks tweeds all these jackets only nine ninety nine it's a clear out like you've never seen that other lease look at these slacks that's right they'll fit you they don't look like at now but you come in we'll tell them just for you these are made out of bearskin artificial bear wouldn't that fed was in in 1962 wear a suit made entirely of raccoon look at this here's check as he models this down our main runway northerlies men's fashions since eighteen sixty one northerlies in the mall builder laze downtown builder lease from the edge of life other lease for another solar system and builder lease where god lives other lease see you t t y x 532 that's northerlies how youths pellet you kidding pie this was by bugged that every weekend it's mike moncton sports buffet right here on knob 62 i've got all of the sports updates for your hockey basketball curling football soccer even lumberjack ing all of the highlander games all of those strange female softball games sure that's right mike bugden dunes buffet all force feed the greatest sports you've ever seen kurd or imagined into your face so it comes up the other end smoothly without painter burning might moncton sports buffet on knob 62 transylvania's only classic rock icon the regular morning six that then right here on knob 62 and you'll be coming out the tons of aid newcastle by cancelled to see putting jovian fish this coming weekend i'll drought to lucky winners that's tomorrow on knob sixty two with withdrew cooler 6210.

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"moncton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The un and on how we look at countries who disrespect us in the un and this vote will be remembered joining us now from the united nations bloomberg news un reporter compass for roux heart thanks so much for taking a bit of time on what is a pretty historic day once again at the united nations i guess the final vote was one twenty eight to nine with thirty five abstentions that is pretty overwhelming grapo your data the core the collective act of defiance book by the rest of the world the against donald trump uh when he said that he wanted to heal taking names there they're the wolves stood up and put their names down and interestingly enough the number of key us ally to join the vote taking the the us israel and moncton my he can count the uk japan france germany italy all right of big players on the world scene right so now what well interesting question now what uh devoting itself had no practical meaning apostle makes a political slapping on the us and israel it put political pressure on the peace fifty get going put special needs and the president donald trump to show his road map for the peace process and such a should go through the way forward about that there's not much the un can do apart from a declaring that the rest of the world the gateway president trump announced two weeks ago that jerusalem is they israel capito and the us would would be embassy there from and of the go ahead this vote as we know you had ambassador haley and the president himself had.

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"moncton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And we've got a good good reaction there so a lot of people one thing about campaigning is you you run into a lot of people we haven't seen in a long time which is kind of interesting and the you ran into some of your old friends and yes it was beautiful weather it was great weather than we left there and we went down to the water's edge festival and then we drove out to moncton way up moncton way up north for a wonderful birthday party for embassador ellen sauerbrey former ambassador ellen sauerbrey who is thirty nine again and that was a great what do you remember i know you know all of this stuff i'll put you on the spot what was the name of that uh it was like a bar and it was a gigantic wooden barn that had been rebuilt and refurbished into a catering facility i've i've only offer barring a modesty farmed mounted farka we may have that wrong but it was a beautiful facility oh and now a crash chairs and a lot of people there are wonderful governor fob early and cannell were there bob early candle were there they look dotting guiding she rehearsed airport skippy in five it will have quotas very beautiful so you have bob how he advance and he's just cancer millionaire has he wearing pearl shot any i'm bob sorry was wearing pearls or anything no no by affect candle sherlock signing getting she yes very attractive woman what though i don't want to get into talking about went now at this point what i wanted to ask you also in the harris was there i haven't seen in the in a wall he's just got married again and what was so what was different about and the harris that kind of a shock loss first of all antiharassment affair with islam we've wife nicole and and he had a fear and.

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"moncton" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on WJR 760

"A great deal another that he did which was entirely eight elite while the ordered one billion dollars to be paid into a think covert green climate fund put profit the international parallels with laughing set up at it heaven eight uh and he had no authority from congress for that now that is totally contrary to the a us cup usually they only congress can vote monday uh and nothing could be done about it congress as usual is on nearly deferential to the executive and has not uh pulled him up short all that brought to an imprisonable offence to defraud check in that way by spending money have been vetted by congress look we uh we look forward to uh the the peerreviewed version of this lord moncton and uh we'll chad again when that occurs and the and when it gets printed in in one of these uh these journal's above which he spoke this morning we thank you for the time and look forward to our next conversation don't let it be too long please now while i'll let you get your take some months i think because they will try back fast they won't be able to believe that they've got this wrong they have well up the earth is still here than in a few months we'll be anxiously awaiting the conversation that wonderful frank back you'll at god bless you to the vice moncton a branch lee lord christopher moncton here on the frank beckmann show it's the perfect mix of elegance charm a picturesque place that has been welcoming guests eighteen eighty seven at is celebrating its one hundred thirty th anniversary season grand hotel on mac and all island america's summer place it's been owned by the muster family for three generations now in their eighty fifth year of proprietorship on on an island that reminds us of a bygone era where visitors travelled by bike or horsedrawn carriage yet grand hotel has all the modern amenities travellers desire enjoy beautiful gardens.

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"moncton" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Says gis i'm sorry but they're like you know a braindrain maybe we don't need to handle the time not all france hang out all the time rendering just like but but scroll growing nancy hang animals constantly and ju on goes that's during nancy brian is named br the injury the you in us where he goes i understand we're not that kind of friends so sad ever city just what the hang out puts his costume away chip moncton koibla continue to patrol the city there aren't green gobelins with a gun holding off a jewelry store spiderman comes in helps lome than they're trying than mefissa those robbing a bank and dr strange shows up to lend a hand the seeks robby an art gallery captain moral comes in and says a use my strength of our more powers to look the other hero strect them down so then we wake up the next day you a heads newspaper headlines as crime with definitely sweeping city in court boy is all for values in his costuming tells chip on cocky goes yo all those heroes we encounter last night really criminal off stirs officers they're trying to get away with things but then they they run the problem of how do we tell the impostors real think oh wait a minute braindrain comes back when they vote your brain drain here's s this is he talked about how he has a program is leading to hide the tree official recognition program so he can tell which heroes were legit in which a fake.

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"moncton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"moncton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Heard me talk about many times that what i like selling what i like advertising what i like talk about adding that are these very wonderful one of a kind unique colmes if you're thinking about selling a home that's a bit unique that's a little bit quirky that is just a wonderful property that's the kind of houses said i'm having fun advertising working with showing and what i find is these very unusual homes also have wonderfully interesting sailors so i get the best of both were off i get to see and and share the special homes with the public and i also get to meet really good people a couple of my other unusual homes that we've had on the market are under contract sixty two thirty two blackstone avenue in the chas rural area is too late and were having an open house on that excuse me not an open house you only have open houses when they're not so we're having home inspection tomorrow the open house that we are having today is seven green heather court into one two eight a couple of weeks ago we are so so the very wonderful unique contemporary home in caves forest out which had been on the market for a while with other agents and we found the right buyer for it so if you're thinking about selling a home if you've got something quite unusual give me a call let's talk about it speaking of unusual homes i was at at one of my very favorite homes yesterday again fifteen sixteen fifteen sixty blue mountain road that's in moncton this is a charming gorgeous farmhouse that was built back an eighteen twelve that is in pristine condition it has five bedrooms all with attach bathrooms it.

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