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"moose" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:09 min | 3 d ago

"moose" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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Some used to require certain planner feature. C. t. mobile dot com. All right guys. So did you see ferry post pictures and a few videos of big moose. I mean this huge booth that was in his backyard. Yes so i saw. It was so big tyler was at home writing and saw this move He tour of the meuse tour of some of his patio. Chairs and tyler said to the most can you go. Do you need an uber thing. Big but but let me tell you something. You can't go out there. Why because moves on meaning demean animal day some day some mean ass animals man you better take all their dog they are. They are evil. They don't play they will kill you. Moose in alaska kill a lot of people. I didn't even. Charlie i just. Yeah that's so cool. I know like the ground mutual omaha. Yeah all right. So the big asmuss. Thank you for sharing that tyler. Wouldn't that right. So steve jay. Tommy junior i gotta ask you guys. Have you please share. If you've had any funny encounters with animals tommy new you have with the squirrel or the apostle whatever my own ass behind that possible i split. Y'all already know the possible store. You know i on my way to to the studio in los angeles at three o'clock in the morning. I'm trying to get the i won't be late. You're gonna talk about me and i had to forty. Zx little sun ruled pops up. And there's a possum on the fence behind my car. And i'm like what i'm gonna do what i'm gonna do so i i'm getting on the passengers that get in on the passenger side and man when i got in. Let's see. I don't know if you don't know about two forty z x. Would you close the door. The seat bill tracks seatbelt automatically that seat. Bill came down the side of my face. I thought that possum had come through. That i was throwing them hands in. Netcom was swinging man. My knuckles was blood in my face. The greatest asked open. I have to take a gave it to my living. Hail out here by what we care. Joe you have one chain junior but my son had a dog was a pit bull pit bull with a nervous condition so get pit bullhead. In name with gedi was the sweetest thing. He's a good dog he's really would but these cats. I had a big fence around my bed. Gut gated would be in the backyard but some reason needs cats will go get other cats to go. You wanna see a dog loses damn and cats the cats would just sit up on offense. Watch gauges just lose his ever loving they will go get other cats they wanna watch crazy. Pit bull parliament looking j. j. knew he couldn't get up there. I ain't got whoa man junior well about my dad. My dad we was we was going to My football game and my dad. We hear that nissan to forty two at the time and we was in the car and he said man. I love you sign. He said mom so proud of you. Man you have a great game today. I looked down. It's a guard snake on my side of the car. Sodas does. I say it's snake. He put the car in park and he was down the street. Lift my hands cloud two seats. I got my hand up against the back of the hatchback daddy daddy daddy. All i see is his payer's pockets down the road a white man in a pickup truck. And let me all right guys. Thanks for your animals stories. We'll have more of the steve harvey morning. Show coming up at twenty minutes after right after this. You're listening to morning show. The trevor project is the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for. Lgbtq young people if you were so in you know need support reach one of our trained counselors twenty four seven always confidential and always free at the trevor project dot org. You are not alone. Duncan is putting a whole new spin on pumpkin at dunkin with our new pumpkin cream cold brew smooth bold cold roots. Pumpkin crinkled phone made with cinnamon and nutmeg spices. And there's more pumpkin for you to love the delicious fall. Classic are pumpkin spice signature day. 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What to do in New Hampshire

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

What to do in New Hampshire

"What kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for someone who is coming to new hampshire. Let's say for the first time. So i have a couple actually. Why have one more for the nature lovers and people who like hayek hike or at least see mountains and that brings you all the way up to the top of new hampshire which borders canada. And ideally you see some moose on that type a trip and i can go over that and then there are some other smaller trips that either. Bring you out to portsmouth and the sea. Coast the ride along. The coast is really nice. Brings into main rail fast. But that's still good and there's a few different towns in between that kind of those must sees. Okay we'll shall we start with the first one then with the outside outdoors absolutely. So if you start in southern new hampshire or anywhere else in new hampshire in you head north you can visit flim gorge. It's new hampshire state park. They have tours. they have walking trails. It's much more walking. Friendly than some of the other trails that have boulders boardwalks and railings and all that fun stuff you can either go and visit a small bit of it for free or you can actually go in and get admission and visit more of it now where you say when we start there. We're probably starting somewhere further south. You've already taken us. Almost two thirds of the way up to state to flynn gorge just people on the map to me. That's where all the beauty starts is once you get up in the white mountains in southern new hampshire. It ain't no slacker either. Yeah we'll get into some of the nice stuff in southern new hampshire by having lived around. This area ended massachusetts. I definitely prefer the air up. North is just fresher clean. And you have all these beautiful lakes to kayak and you have mountain views

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Cincinnati Man Accused of Stealing Mike Moustakas' World Series Ring

Bill Cunningham

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cincinnati Man Accused of Stealing Mike Moustakas' World Series Ring

"The Moose's World Series ring? What about that? How about that? That happened here in town? Yeah. Jeez. What's up with that? I don't know. That's the first I heard of. It was the other day. I thought it was out of town. But this dude was here. It's got a text here that probably helped to see how how naked Mike Moustakas and steal his rings. I don't know how that's done. I don't either. What do you do?

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Jeff Brown: Why Photographers Should Be on LinkedIn

PhotoBiz Xposed

02:59 min | Last month

Jeff Brown: Why Photographers Should Be on LinkedIn

"Today's guest is the linked in expert. Jeff brand from the uk. Now if the name sounds familiar up jeff has appeared on the podcast episodes. Two hundred sixty one and three hundred thirteen. He is the author of the book. The photographers missing linked in your step by step guide on how to make a ton of money unlinked in now in a recent chat. Jeff told me that lincoln has changed more in three months than the past two years and there are still less than eight percent of photographers with profiles on the platform. He says for many of the hundreds of photographers. He works with lincoln's producing more jobs than ever before. I'm looking forward to learning more. And i'm rat to have jeff back with us now. Jeff welcome to the podcast again. Fantasy under it's great to be back on again by. Why do you think photographers either. Reluctant or staying a wife from linked in. I think it's still lee old belief that link is for people who were recruited and it's like recruitment applauded. Uc visa at form. And it's not you know. Say coming close to seven hundred and seventy five million uses on the platform now. It's the biggest professional social network in the world and with an average wage-earner of eighteen thousand dollars a year so these are people who actually have money. So do you think people are staying away from. Because i don't feel to attract clients or they just think it's another social network. Have you heard from people that are are reluctant to actually join photography's specifically well you know you came with a bath. So i did some searches at the beginning of the year and found out that the a law photographers unlinked in bull moose photographers. Huge percentage of jobs don't have equal fully optimize profiles and i would look at the entire limited network itself. Seven hundred and seventy five million uses only thirty million of those have fully optimized profiles by fully optimized these the showing up in the searches people. They get same now from that less than one percent of the entire uses on linked to create content. That goes into the news feed and from photographers point-of-view between south eight to ten percents photographers use lincoln actively post to the platform. Once a month. So if you put that into context to the likes of facebook and instagram where the traffic is high. If you want to start getting seen online tain and get in front of the people that you want to do business with than the compensation is pretty much non existent for you. All you've gotta do is get your profile fully optimized and get consistency. So you know you do one poor stumbling. You're not gonna get a load of people in boxing say can oblique. You need to be shown up in people's news feeds. You need to build that relationship and that takes about two or three months but Apply to we optimize the profile three implant on jeff the magic stone the happen because it stopped me get seen by

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HPEs CIO on Digitalization and the Companys Customer Zero Program

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

02:23 min | 2 months ago

HPEs CIO on Digitalization and the Companys Customer Zero Program

"Rush me kumar. Welcome to it's great to speak with you today and hit opportunity bitter absolutely rush. You're the chief information officer of hp. And i wonder if you could take a quick moment and describe your role to cio roles or exactly the same. How does how does the rule apply in your case. Yeah that's a great question actually so a cio. At i came in it was a very interesting juncture as you know at fee has gone through major transformation in laster by six years when i came in bieber this in the second year of our relationship with our providers where we had decided to outsource majority of On many committee will be there supporting eighty thousand users as valid rounding on various strategic nexgen. I teach around could transform arche landscape as well as a beater supposed to the data center. Moose follow on our society gic direction of transforming the company to everything as a service As well as get to a point very achieve customer partner satisfaction. So i locked up. On a journey to rebuild the itt create smart servicing. Right sourcing are rose and at this point in almost eighteen months of might be a cio. I have initiation of six hundred eighty five people moving onto almost eleven hundred people by end of this year of traffic cio role. In some sense there are responsible three here yet. operations including typical data center network in france cyber scare ghanaian end user computing as lab ration- on second enterprise wide applications tools valid supplier partner landscape that from the business from the cash supply chain services at the same time. We are also responsible for delivering fellini grated ecosystem of automation digitalization indiana that the still enable our digital transformation to be cloud that forms a symphony that jennifer.

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Manitoba Moose Hunt Divides Opinion

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Manitoba Moose Hunt Divides Opinion

"Begin in western manitoba more specifically the region of duck mountain site of an otherwise illegal. Moose hunt led by derek deepak neck grand chief of the assembly of manitoba chiefs now. According to a report from the winnipeg sun last month's traditional hunt negotiated with and sanctioned by the manitoba government involve the harvesting of alone. Bull moose. Now the thing is the region's moose. Population is said to be dangerously depleted by as much as ninety percent so perhaps comes as no surprise that the hunt as apparently upset non indigenous hunters in the province in particular members of the manitoba wildlife federation. Indeed the federation's managing director felt this act quote. Antagonize people at a time when we need people to come together

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"moose" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"moose" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"A. m. b. e. dot com slash. Dpd to schedule your free. Hr audit bambi dot com slash. Dp t all right. Dan take us home buddy. Are you ready for this crash. We have biden. Do this with us. Crag anybody can join china. So maybe you know craig is your death first of all how you doing craig. What's going on buddy. I got close. He's going to close something now. Craig is one of my favorite people. Because craig is very honest yes. He doesn't put on airs. He doesn't try to fool you. He doesn't try to do things just for the airy earnest. So he'll hey crag. Hey crag let's go guy had to close it's okay. It's everything's good closing the door. What's going on craig. Just caused them for guys. Wasn't shining lights on my glass. Thanks thanks how are those glasses. I mean how's the prescription is it good or is your eyesight getting better or is it getting worse. It's getting worth you guys do lay sick. I'm i don't. I don't want to burn my ball with it. Doesn't burn your eyeballs. don't as being. That's not how it works. Had it delays. On thing. I know about lasers the weren't aren't supposed to look at thirty only information i have. Okay okay. well di story. It's a short little phone ascension by kyle andrews at late night nachos he dipped de those nachos las vegas strip club. Here's the headline. Las vegas strip club.

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"moose" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"moose" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Good really good today. You know those days when you look good yeah yield. Could people understand How can people follow you. Because i'm against. Instagram will make you happy. I wanted to say this i had. This is the highest compliment. I can give don. I have sent videos. That kyle has done to people to make them laugh and cheer them up and put them on like chains like a mom in nebraska right. But then love that then. Movers saying one of the guy who's recording kind of like the relaxation video. But his mom and it was really. Was that really your mom which videos us like the. Relax ation thing. He's like joe real audio mother. Yeah real and you use a lot of your mother who basically is infiltrating a relaxation person and mid had all the images of relaxation like a babbling brook and it's like and relax and then two of those. There's no some reason they don't they. Don't get the numbers as the other stuff. Just brilliant i am. I appreciate that. I mean i really. I definitely don't do it for the money. No no you don't like well cub. Say that but also like what is love it. What is cow done again. Do you get the kyle. Dunnigan sketch show character. Show is i want to tell you right. Now i'm making this Highlights yaacov half hour. It's a fake sitcom great. Hold the fresh prince of dc. It's about biden. And i wanna make this show. I don't know who would ever air it. So i'm not sure how to make money. It's so much work. twelve minutes. They'll put on adult swim. Yeah that bet. Will they yeah. It's incredibly disrespectful. To everyone in. I love and it's one hundred percent swift fresh pres- of times just worried there's like they're they cannot get ads for the show. That is what i feel. I need add as adults when even yes. Channels even channel. And are you playing other key. You play all the characters play. Everybody i play. Aoc play Biden bill maher played. ben shapiro and actually do the voice. Which i think i might have to change of president xi. I think i may not be allowed access. You just did a regular voice. I did like i did the guy from indiana jones. Who's like yes. Yes yes you can do that. I don't think you can do that. What's now why not. It's not a chinese accent. I know but i think it is a year doing a version of chinese actor. I don't think you can do that now. I'm doing a version of a chinese dictator. But you can't you can't i love you can't you might have to do the new yorker do against type like go way. Against it's like your. Hey what's going on over here. Zillow won't as as long y'all get those place. It's laptop.

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"moose" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"moose" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Stop another episode of dumb people down relation. You don again. I'll moose knuckles again. And how about those knuckles. It is so fun to have you on and just gag around one of our favorite people to just get around him and we just get silly dad. Do you do. Does your audience know about the most knuckle data we can do right now. We can talk about it right now. Moose knuckle was to us a phrase that we bandied about with you but as johnny carson coming up we've got seven moose knuckles on the top ten moose knuckles on the board we. It's a game show where we laugh so are crying but we explained it to but we can never make. It was awful. It was festival and humor. And then it's we can't get out we can't get out of the moose knuckles cycle. That were cycling. How many motion take your answering four moose knuckles. It was like a it was like Family feud was sort of carson was host carson was hosting steve harvey and on our dick dawson At any rate it was dumb. We were done. We get really dumb silly when we're with you and that's kind of perfect for this show right there. We gotta get home in this world. I would episode is. This is episode eight thousand. How many have we what is this do. we know. i don't even know no. It's probably like seven hundred. Were way up there. But i should get a podcast visit late. I think you're going to be an early adapter if you get one. We'll do it but a lot of people have them. If you haven't my mic and start talking don't feel like i. Well here's the thing it's like a you do something and then people you do that. Do this other thing that makes money. But that's not what i do. I know it seems like i do that is so. Gd funny and we'll get into all things. Think into kyle wasting valuable dump time here. We've got a good story. Sent to us incentive dan to tweet at daniel van kirk hashtag. Don't people don't he knows exactly who sent it in when it's getting restore ready was ended by linda hartman at l. k. hd and hartland hartman. Linda hartman. Here's the headline. Paramedics freeman stuck in pool. That's a very big man or a very small pool. Yeah we're gonna need a bigger pool. Needed that from jaws gonna need a bigger pool. Police and paramedics going with vent. I'm going with stuck in the van. I'm gonna say stepped into the great now j. What is the thing that you will suction filter. That's like it is the filter but it you step into the thing. That's that's what i meant. That what i what i said at the right. Say filthiness in the light socket in the light socket. Police and paramedics made an early morning. Call to a motel to free a man whose penis was caught in a swimming pool. Suction fitting.

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When Is It Too Early to Segment Your Email Subscribers?

The Email Marketing Show

02:03 min | 4 months ago

When Is It Too Early to Segment Your Email Subscribers?

"A lot of people. Do like say for example either day. Facebook group actually mountain show community hashtag plug in that. There was somebody talking about like you're not supposed to the read some well ahead. Some thing like you shouldn't be doing any kind of segmentation of your email divvying opennow splitting the dope until you've got twenty thousand subscribers and a sword understand why that sentiment might be there. I get the idea. But what are you saw. Start digging into it. I think it's a really broad blanket statement to make and so let's just talk about because this idea of segmentation can freak a few people out in case you don't know what we mean by segmentation rob is going to do his moose lovely voice and do a definition haven't rehearsed this. Actually but you can do a partial now rob definition of what email segmentation as well segmentation is the aussie the act. The act are hiding voice and say he was out an act at the same time. Anyway what what you do basically is you take a thing. A whole divided into segments. Ho- how long you take a hole in the ground. The whole includes a segments altogether divisively segments like an orange like an orange. You take a whole thing and divided into segments and so you think about this from a point of view of your email subscribers. You've got to realize that when you get one subscriber on you this don't need to segment them the minute you've got to Subscribers on your list then different people with different ones different needs different hoops different designs different interests. All of that will come onto in a moment and so what. You really need to do decide. Am i doing these people. The best possible service by constantly saying the same things in the same order about the same stuff with the same angle and the same approach and if the answer to that question is yes because that basically exactly the same type of person then great you can kind of move on but there's always going to be some level segment nation that you're gonna wanna do even from day one when you're getting started with this

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Maria Bamford on Living Next to a Frat House

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:09 min | 5 months ago

Maria Bamford on Living Next to a Frat House

"We live next to a frat house and just as funny as you think one night. They're playing sweet home alabama about three thirty a m. I wish. I did not realize was still speaking to people and my husband pulled up his pajama pants. All the way up to his little bird. I put on my t shirt. Nightgown with the long slid got nine thousand. Nine hundred ninety four from the minneapolis. Saint paul airport with them. Moose on over there you guys. We don't have jobs but come on so sorry so sorry about the noise you. Hey we're gonna he's so sorry about this you know. Normally you know we're we're just like you guys you know we're total nerds. Nobody said anything about nerds.

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NBA: Chicago Bulls at Atlanta Hawks

The Free Agents

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

NBA: Chicago Bulls at Atlanta Hawks

"Well we had a couple of our hometowns going head-to-head yesterday so let's keep it up today pseudo hometown for us. Land a region where. We're all in right now. Boasting the chicago bulls one more time. Skit trade balls in their. The hawks are favored by two and a half playing. Great ball of bolster feeling themselves as well going into atlanta.

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LaVine, Vucevic lead Bulls past Raptors

The Free Agents

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

LaVine, Vucevic lead Bulls past Raptors

"Let's move to the bad losses from last night tasks we'll go to 'cause we had cory joseph having a season high twenty four points in his first game against his former team as the shorthanded. Pistons beat the kings one. Thirteen one hundred one. And then levine. Each scored twenty two points as the bulls beat the raptors pretty handily.

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Unpacking the American Rescue Plan

Today in Focus

05:32 min | 6 months ago

Unpacking the American Rescue Plan

"The motion is adopted. Lowering gambino political correspondent for guardian. Usc bobby sleeping covering the one point nine trillion dollars bit relief package that passed through congress. Last week is on the way. It's called the american rescue plan. How big is it. Thur americans the plan itself is huge in scale and scope. it's one point nine trillion dollars. Which even. I sort of have to take a moment realize how massive this bill is. It's being billed as one of the biggest pieces of legislation. Congress passed in possibly generation. Many of the big measures are temporary. They're set to last for a year or just for the next few months but there are pushes already by democrats to make some of these provisions permanent that would mean pretty significant changes in the american social safety net. Can you give me some examples of ice measures. The moose well known piece of this bill is the fourteen hundred dollar checks to individuals. So if you're someone who makes below seventy five thousand dollars a year or you're a couple who makes less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year you will receive these fourteen hundred dollar checks that will come in addition to the other provisions which provide housing assistance assistance for food assistance for healthcare. Then there's this other big precision. It's called the child tax credit it's existed for a while now but this bill dramatically expands the credit and it also expanded eligibility for it so that more. Low income families qualify. What's novel is at. Its affectively of form of guaranteed income. The payments will be made monthly to these families rather than qualifying only for the credit during tax season. And that's a huge change both financially and philosophically in the way americans dole-outs welfare in this country. And so this is a provision that some policy experts have forecast would cut child poverty in half in america especially for black families and latino families. So this could have a huge huge impact on low income americans who've been especially hurt by the job losses. This is the one piece that democrats believe once it's been enacted through this legislation that they will have some success making permanent and indeed if they do it would completely restructure how we look at child welfare this country and as you said the title bell is in the trillions and when we start talking in trillions he basically leaves me but i found it something like a tenth of gdp so as you say huge how significant is for biden. And for setting out. Biden's agenda anyway. You look at it. It's a big political victory for joe biden. He came in saying he was going to do this. Part of his victory is certainly attributable to donald trump's mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic and this was his promise not to mention a few months later when the senate was still in the balance to georgia senate candidates both democrats promised georgia voters that they would be sending them two thousand dollar checks if they win their races in georgia and democrats control the senate so this is seen as making good on that. Promise the the difference. The two thousand dollar checks are now fourteen hundred dollars but the democrats make the case that they said six hundred dollar checks to americans in december and so this brings up the total to two thousand. Yeah politicians always find ways to add up the numbers. Now as you said and the democrats have a slim majority in the house and a wafer thin majority in the senate because of those georgia senators a majority of one with comma harris. How difficult was this to pass. This was a big political. Lift for joe biden. And what's interesting is that it was so difficult given how popular the legislation was with the american people. Cbs news poll. Seventy five percent of americans say they support the measure including almost half of republicans in most well-known provisions of the bill pulled even higher than the entire bill itself and even then joe biden wasn't able to bring along any republicans you know. He came into office. One of his big promises was that he would be able to work across the aisle and bridge the gaps. They called this the most progressive piece of legislation in history. That absolutely did not happen for those who watching progressive means socialism. And then you have with his razor thin margins. You have a lot of factions within the democratic party. That were jostling for control. And he really had to contend with some objections from moderate democrats particularly in the senate where one senator can blow up the entire negotiation. He was able to do this this time. But i think this sets up a lot of questions about what comes

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Alex Douzet on How to Maintain Consumer Visibility In the Wake of Budget Cuts

The $100 MBA Show

08:53 min | 6 months ago

Alex Douzet on How to Maintain Consumer Visibility In the Wake of Budget Cuts

"Everyone next tuesday and thank you for joining me today. I'll be teaching you about what you can do to maintain your company. Consumer emits budget cut. We're not lunch. Pumpkin pet insurance in the middle of covid get a very limited marketing budget. So we had to come up with creative way to optimize strategy. Many of tricks and tactics. I will discuss them in gaps today. So let's get into it. Start whenever you always tab a company start up. Budget cuts or positions are something that every company expense. It's essential paul of improving in going a business like it or not cuts are some time. You know that that's what we have to deal with at every company that had been part of. It's an issue contest so you just better be prepared for it. When times are tough one of the first area the companies often find himself making cuts all and ease the marketing budget and the advertising budget. It's a real double edged. Souls brand struggling often needs to do more with less marketing to raise consumer awareness but remain competitive. Advertising and publicity can also be very expensive. So what should you do well. They'll number of we. Companies and entrepreneurs can engage with consumer and customers and maintain visibility while also dealing with a very tight budgets. I and maybe the most important tool you have at your disposal all your your social media. Channels accompanies social media. Platform are key component of a brand identity is to first place consumer good to to interact with your business little by what's new and really understand how you companies responding to what's going on in the world i've put together. Three quick cost effective way to engage with an appeal to new and customers on social media the first one is incentives and giveaway consumers love creepy and swag if your company sells product or service tie it to an offer of free sample free trial or hosted giveaway to your gimmicky engaged with your audience that say moose hominem social media platform especially facebook instagram. I've complicated algorithm which actually prevent the majority of existing fans are followers from seeing content on the company post less pay facebook for that exposure. So one way to natural increase your social visibility resort having to pay facebook or instagram is to anchorage your fan people visiting your page to like common especially share your company incentive in giveaway on page whether than simply entering giveaway social reaction common increase oppose organic reach which means more people find out about. Yuki away all you incentive and wounds pay nothing for additional exposure and the basically a win win for everybody. Another approach coach is social group campaign. Studies shown that eighty seven percent of consumer will will purchase a product from a company that super bowls an issue that care about the social group campaign either way in which your brand utilize it social media platform to anchorage follower to post share or donate for specific cause or financial peak endeavor lunching. Such any city can often result in powerful consumer generate content while encouraging audiences to engage with your hand and do something meaningful at the same time when the and extorted punking veterinary network to utah financial. Hit we at pumpkin wanting to do something to help clinic still flu. So we came up with a campaign where we offer followers between each support their pets respective indians. We launch a social media campaign on instagram and facebook called off meow for vets in which pumpkin made a five nations to a clinic whenever someone take your favorite that and used the campaign hashtag you work incredible so well in fact that when we expanded our budget we actually expanded a budget. Extend initiative people were jumping into your poultry to should support for hotline workers. Another tactic east to leverage mike infants. So let me start by explaining. What is micro influencers. A micro influencers are people would generally have between the two thousand to maybe up to five hundred thousand follow on the respect. You've social media platform the highly engaged audience and push content. That's consistent was particularly niche such as wellness fitness food pets travel etc smaller. Infants can next sentence rules for expanding your reach in connecting new consumer in you with tantric way why law scale instruments and can run mini thousand of dollars focus many my code so off strolling dedicated following and then to be more willing to pose bohannon exchange for free product or service that they feel value these clauses require some trial and error but it can result in low cost white scale exposure so when we launched pumpkin we started by connecting with my coin from so with anywhere between ten thousand to maybe ninety one hundred thousand followers while somewhere still give the expensive all already. I exist existing account in working with competitor other were incredibly receptive and excited to work with us in exchange for free participation in a wellness program tapping into the smaller but very connected audiences we were able to achieve a free ability. Beauty among the wide range of consumer we otherwise will have to be to rich asians. Now that's switchgear another way to gonna reach. Audience and consumer visibility is to improve a company sir changing visible not to whether technical searching optimization also known as s e seo is active of increasing the quantity and the quality of traffic to your website to organics engine resorts searching. Google use complex algorithm to win content. That would be really to search query. Su is complicated but the simplest way to look at it especially with google is if google wants to display the best possible content to the social their rank them on a very to effector miserable well to social enjoy the content such as time spent on new site the bounce rate the referring domain the domains reputations since most consumers don't bother to read beyond the first or second page of search engine where you company rank is extremely important so some easy top level suggestion that can help you improve your view. Include adding a block page to your company website. No matter the business or industry your in a blog is an easy way to add more content of your site the more content you have on your site the more opportunities he asked to be phone by google and other search engine resulting inorganic of free web. Traffic this is specially valuable in industry where paid advertising can be extremely competitive and therefore be extremely expensive creating content that drive user to size for free is a great pass to better overall possibility. Another tactique that. I would describe as between an seo tactics and also like golding brand of wellness east to conduct surveys. It's an excel no way to help increase awareness and issue since it can be used to gonna blast interest from high traffic media outlet

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Interview With Jack Conte And Sam Yam

How I Built This

05:26 min | 9 months ago

Interview With Jack Conte And Sam Yam

"At some point you might get tired of hearing me say that every great business idea often starts as a problem in need of a solution but one reason i keep coming back to. This is the sheer almost stupid. Simplicity of it. It's an equation. You explain to a six year. Old frustration equals idea. Equals action equals solution. Think about jamie semenov who worked out of his garage. He needed to see who was at the front door when the doorbell rang to decide whether to get up and opened the door or stay so he built a video doorbell for himself and then he turned it into a business called ring. Melissa butler couldn't find bolden bright lipstick colors so she created her own and then turned that idea into a business called the lip bar. Mike radan nba had to bike seventeen miles to high school so to make that journey easier. He turned his bike into an electric bike. And that idea eventually became rad. Power bikes and jack conte's problem. It was a problem that at first glance doesn't seem that problematic back in two thousand nine. He and his then girlfriend. Now wife natalie formed a band called pablo moose and in september of that year they released a cover version of beyond says ladies and they made a video to go with it. Video got billions of views and their youtube channel blew up. They were doing media interviews and selling some of their music on i tunes so you're probably wondering what was the problem. Well having lots of followers and viewers doesn't necessarily translate into a sustainable business especially after all the middlemen take their cut. So jack set out to solve this problem and he wondered. Is there a way for artists to make their art. In a sustainable way without a big record label or publisher or studio backing them and the answer he came up with is patriotic. Patriot is a platform that connects artists with their most passionate fans. Fans who willingly pay a monthly subscription to support their favorite artists since its launch in two thousand thirteen patriotic has attracted about two hundred thousand creators including some names that you might know like youtuber jackson bird or the musician beardie man or the podcast chapo trap house but mostly patriotic help support people. You've never heard of ukulele teachers. Graphic artists film reviewers science fiction. Writers fantasy footballers and that sort of how its creators. jack conte and sammy am envisioned. It for starters both salmon. Jack had creative instincts from very early on. Jack grew up in the bay area where he was fascinated with puppetry and loved making his own animations. Sam grew up in pittsburgh where he worked as a waiter at his parents restaurant and actually really loved programming. His calculator and from a young age both of them were also really into music. Sam played classical. Piano and jack started out playing jazz in fact their mutual love of music might be why they were paired up as roommates when they started their freshman year at stanford in two thousand. Two here's jack. I think it was just one of those relationships that that was relatively. I mean at least saying my recollection. It was like easy like it doesn't it didn't take a lot of work. We just kind of it. Just kind of worked. Yeah i think we also had a easygoing humor to to us that we found. Maybe some of the same lacob type things funny and The same friend groups that eventually brought over I think really resonated with me too. So what were you studying in college. chocolate let's start with you. I studied music. You know my whole life. I've been on the arts. Had kind of been like the side thing. But i was on the you know the science and math kind of track. grown up and I love physics in high school. I thought i wanted to be a physical measure when i got to college and then I remember getting to this like the next level of physics. And i was sitting in a class and i think movies often show you like one. Moment of realization in life is rarely like that life is usually like a slow burn. But this was really one moment realization for me sitting in this class whereas like this is not what i wanna do and I just. I was just thinking about songs. I was thinking about music theory class. I was thinking about other things. And that's where my brain was going. And i didn't wanna do physics and i. I remember like sitting on a bench after that physics class for probably forty five minutes. I just sat there and just thought about what that meant for me. Because i was i was. It was kind of a one of those moments in college that feels pivotal

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"moose" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

03:52 min | 9 months ago

"moose" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"We understand We did a monthly episode. They're just patriot listeners. And it's just kind of a month of us trying something new and how are month. When didn't all of that But we're gonna roll that into a bonus episode on the feed for you guys starting in february correct so you guys will get normal episodes every thursday like normal nothing changing there but you also see some bonus content coming up on your regular feed going into february yeah zones. Since tiffany's now editing the bonus feed. We will decide in the future whether that's a regular release or just went up and he gets too. I love you but you know me lead. I'm gonna put it out there that it's going to be a regular release. Yes so that. I can commit myself to that however officially were not going to say that. Because i'm really bad with timelines as you said it was going to be a regular release and then did not give a date yet. No we'll get to that. We'll get to that but just keep an eye in february Who knows what day at. We have an iron out all the details but we want to give you guys a heads up. So you'll notice that we're not plugging patriotic everything as much as we used to. Because want to get back to doing this because we enjoy it and not having to stress about all the extra hub that goes on behind the scenes. We love you and y'all get more of us in your ear holes now without having to pay us. You're welcome and i'm sorry you can skip them if you want to. What we also have a friend of the show who suggested a rebecca marion accountant. Who does it for us on the back end but so if you know any available accountant nope we're not pimping her out. Hit me up. And i talk to rebecca a note to self disabled tiffany social media ashley. What have how many people die. Surprisingly not i mean some. But i don't really go into detail about it. So let's let's dive on in cryptic will have i ever talked about encrypted before you can we guess sure i was going with bigfoot. No oh man no jersey devil. No loch ness monster. No oh god. We'll particular with hooper. I can say with the rapids grotius. Have you seen monty python of. I'm sorry you said rapids. I was like those. What does that have to do with a cryptic drowning. I can say with a thousand percent certainty that we could sit here for hours. And you'll and not all right give it. we're are going to be talking about. I've heard kush takada and kush taka. Oh different pronunciations. So they're found throughout folklore of the ticket people alaska and the pacific northwest. They're often compared to the watsa of the smiths tin people so they are six to eight feet tall five hundred pound telepathic shape. I don't like that. Oh i love them. Oh god will get into it. Said telepathic mousse. You can vouch for that. No meese were seen. They are covered in thick oily. Darfur with glowing is. They have talents on their hands but human-like feet a long tail and needle. Sharp teeth is terrifying. They are known to have supernatural strength..

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"moose" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

02:14 min | 9 months ago

"moose" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Is brought to you by john. Green's blog on entry. Long has four comments twelve lakes. And it's a press release. How did they find it. And how disappointed were they when they found one. It makes me think that i should maintain my website. If i if i have four regular commenters i feel like i need to be on their more often answering more of the difficult questions where they're coming from hank before we get to the important news from mars and afc wimbledon. We need. I answer a couple more questions beginning with this one from jazzy rates. John and hank. What are you get a baby for christmas. Okay goes on and talk about. My husband. And i had a baby this year. She's incredibly wonderful. Our families are asking. What does she want for christmas. She's a baby. I know the answer. You get a baby a well wrapped box that contains more paper that you can scrunch up crunch up and tear and do whatever you want with what you get the baby. That's it what. No here's what you get. You get baby stuff for you. You get a baby. The things you need That's what you ask. This baby needs. Yeah like a news. Expect a miller lite now what i was thinking but okay baby needs consumables. Because this baby isn't looking to increase their overall number of things in their house so like baby wants miller lite baby once bath bombs wants bath bombs baby on some of those like some of that like artisanal pink sea salt to sprinkle on top of a home cooked meal. Save you want some lavender oil for babies baths by which emmy noni needs some lavender. Vance baby needs them like vanilla scented candles. They didn't need some mile t challa. I'm not. I'm not engaging not engaging you're welcome jazzy answers your question and the answer. Brilliant thank you one more question before we go to mars and afc wimbledon. Yeah sure this question comes from juliana who asks near hanke john. I hope this isn't a dumb question. But at the end of each podcast you say your podcast is shared in gibson whereas gibson. And why are you sharing it. There aren't podcasts. shared everywhere. yeah. I'm not british but hank pronounce this with a british accent. Shouli on The.

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"moose" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

05:27 min | 9 months ago

"moose" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Quit thomas finch. Oh oh there are. Things are a little loose here. This week. it's our. It's our end of your spectacular. So i love van and we're we're not. We're not necessarily firing on all cylinders. Think i think it was. I think it's been a win so far. This next question comes from page. Who asks hi. It's deer hankins. John page mill vodka. I like high is appropriate. I saw an instagram video of someone getting a pet moose You don't know this but petting moose has always been one of my lifelong goals. Now i did not know that about you page. You're right i want to pet a moose shirley ways now. I'm currently crying. Because i understand that i will probably will never pet moose but i want to. There is so big and cute. And i want a pet him. Loose question is how do i make this happen. Turn to three ninety four page. Why three ninety four. I don't know that's page. That's that's a secret just for page. What's on page three and ninety four. I don't know if that's a question that will be answering in our hit new podcast semi rhetorical questions with hang john. The book took down blake. Didn't have a pay to three ninety. Four yeah page. I'm going to hazard a guess that you want. A better moose. Because you've seen a lot of pictures of moose Because my experience of being in the presence of moose is that you do not want to pet them. Yeah i mean. I'd wanna pet moose. If it was a good moose somebody had had made it a pedal moose but like one. I don't know that something that someone should do. Yeah so. I don't know if i want to support them in that endeavor right and two. I don't trust him kozaru big. They're so big. Yeah one of the only times. I felt truly afraid. Yeah in the purest. Its purest form was when dad and i were rafting on the no attack river in northern alaska when i was like fourteen and we hadn't seen a person in ten days and then suddenly a moose how do you. How have you done things like that. What person was it did that. I was just thinking about about. I hate it. I know. I know doubt is listening. I i loved the time with dad. Yeah but i would have loved to spend that time with dad. I mean it was beautiful. It was beautiful. It was a great trip. Do you remember. I was thinking about that. Huck finn thing that you did. Were you like. Yeah with a bunch of other teens. Lashed a bunch of logs together and floated down the mississippi river river with like an adult yet. That's an interesting telling of the story. That's not what happened okay. That's how i've always imagined it. Ever since. I was a kid and you were doing this and i was like. Oh my god. I can't believe john's doing that. In some ways it was worse it was me and like a bunch of other thirteen year. Olds who who we did. Make the raft and then we rafted down the french broad river. Okay well less intimidating river in a lot of ways than the mississippi very similar to what i said so far but we were with one adult we were with one nineteen year old. See says way worse than i say know i. I walk at the nineteen eighties. Were a different time. You just ate anchovies. You came home and all you want to eat with was anchovies and bagels. yeah i still like an anchovy actually bagels are also not bad. Yeah that's all. I ate for like for like eight days and i lived out of a five gallon bucket that i had all my stuff in and it was pretty good. It was a good life and i. I had an awesome awesome time. But i do look back on that and think like wow that was court in some danger that i didn't fully understand at the. Yeah i mean like our parents were like yes barely a teen. Yeah go off and don't drown see in three weeks. I mean another way of thinking about it. Hank is that. When i went on that trip on the french broad river i was like fourteen months away from going to boarding school and having essentially no adult supervision for three years. I mean those are different where this is just not at all my experience. It's very strange. If we were going to ask people they would say that. The weird rafting trip is a thing i did. Yeah it's i mean we did have very different childhoods in a way. I think the experiences that people would associate with. Yeah you would be the like experiences of adventure and and everything and actually was like closer to my my childhood like you never really like went on crazy trips and got jobs in random places over summers when you were in college or in your twenties and i did that almost every year. Yeah i mean. It was the same person like i had all believe me. I brought all my. I brought all of my problems to the arctic. I was still me up there. That's the big problem with the geographical curious that you bring yourself with you but yeah that was weird anyway. The point is that if you're ever in the presence of moose in the wilderness right and it's a big bull moose you're not gonna want pet it. Yeah yeah. Yeah but if but if we're going to be thinking about like moose adventures. Like if i'm just gonna like imagine i wanna blake ride through the sky on a moose which reminds me the jay. Five guys is brought to you by writing in the sky on a moose. Riding in the sky on a moose. It's hank's depressed dream. I mean if.

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Air pollution listed as cause of 9-year-old's death

PRI's The World

04:29 min | 10 months ago

Air pollution listed as cause of 9-year-old's death

"We start the show today with the story of ella kissy deborah. A girl who smile could melt. The coldest hard severe bouts of coughing sent ella to the hospital several years ago. I promised her that. I would do everything to find out why she had suddenly become ill. I promise said that. That's ella's mom. Rosalind kissy deborah. The family lived alongside one of london's busiest most toxic roadways after dozens of trips to the emergency room. Ella died in two thousand thirteen when she was just nine years old. Her mother encouraged experts. To plot on a graph. The link between ellas hospital visits and the air pollution levels outside their home and walk is every time there was a spike was in hospital. And this happened. Twenty seven out of the twenty eight times today in a landmark case accord in the uk rule. That air pollution was one of the causes of the girl's death. Stephen holgate a professor of immunopharmacology at the university of southampton studied aleksey deborah's case and offered testimony to the court. She was a a very healthy girl until she was five years. Old men asthma developed suddenly and over two and a half years. She had twenty seven admissions to hospital which included intensive care cardiac arrests. And when i went into the case notes and look at the various pathological details it was very clear that airways were being strict of the protective lining and had lung was extremely sensitive to chemical pollution. She wasn't living on a knife edge. This go beilin sing on one side of a line which just a small trigger would be sufficient to ten Asmara inter catastrophic event. So i asked you about the environment that led to her death. What did the court exactly rule today. In her case it ruled. the pollution. Generally created by traffic is likely was the coal is not only off the poll. Hell she had for two and a half years but also the initiation of asthma and we were able to be The coroner was able to be quite confident about this mainly because was living in illegal levels of pollution for all the time of her life and this of course linked to the pathological changes. I've just described was why pollution was so strongly associated with death on her illness. What do you think this ruling is so important. I think is the first time appalachian direct. They has been attributed to a death of a child. And i think as a consequence of this. It's put a spotlight on app pollution. Which is not just a statistic in relation to human house where we will no absolution is damaging these real people at the end of these statistics and cheers won that. Pay the cost. If this nine year old girls family had the means to move to a less polluted area. She have likely lived. What's your opinion. There are clinical trials. Demonstrate you just what you said child with asthma who has just regular not severe asthma like she has a moose. From a polluted polluted. Area do benefit enormously uncontrolled. Trials have been published in this area so on quite set that if she Today she would have actually done read. Probably quite well and send you wouldn't have died. I mean l. Is tragic story has a dramatic final ending here but this is a huge problem in the us. Where sources of air pollution things like coal fired power plants. They've historically been built near lower income neighborhoods often neighborhoods with people of color. Is that a problem in the uk as well. Oh we sat as inequalities which you just referred to of course which is reflected in covert as well as company experiencing is very much linked to those most vulnerable and often knits the poorer who get exposed to the west pollution. Do you think today's ruling opens the door to the possibility that environmental policy will increasingly be legislated through the courts at least in the uk. I'm hoping the united kingdom government will respond to this in a very positive way. We need the government as well as the medical and health authorities to recognize. That pollution is an urgent and serious problem. That really does need attending to stephen. Holgate is a professor of immunopharmacology at the university of southampton. Thank you very

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"moose" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

07:21 min | 10 months ago

"moose" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Increasing five and a lot of christmas music in our house especially decorate the tree of the nine hundred and then like you know. I'm various greece. Hits lists lot of be andy williams. My favorite christmas album. Now though of recent years is boublil blais. Christmas album is good. He can croon. Ma'am i really like him. He seems like a good guy. So i think that helps him to hurry. Connex got really chris all. Yeah yeah yeah. That's one of our face around the house. it's one of the few newish. I mean twenty years ago. Christmas albums that i really dig in. I realized maybe it's a little bit obvious that so much of your favorite christmas music just has to do with the music you heard when christmas was magical as a child make sense of it. That's why like mariah carey tunes fine. Nice she sings it well but it doesn't really mean anything to me. I hear andy williams. Though or one of the records my mom and dad would play and and i think christmas. I'm not gonna touch my face with dirty hands. I'm not gonna touch my face with dirty hands. What i'm not gonna touch my face with dirty hands. What happened to your hands. Part of a new hypnosis idea. It's on the front page of the wall. Street journal today to keep people from touching their face during the pandemic more on that coming. I haven't heard anything about face. Touching since march. I hadn't either announced on the front page of the wsj. Go figure one more musical note if i might Highly recommend if you are a music freak. I mean you really into music. Not yeah i like to hear bachman. Turner overdrive or the eagles in the background. No i mean if you really into music. David byrne of talking heads has a book called how music works. That is so interesting one of the things. He goes through various technological changes in societal changes. And how it affected the music that was made and listen to and one of the points he made. Is that the crooners of the thirties forties. They only arose because microphones got so much better. And you no longer saying just with your voice to an auditorium you're amplified because you couldn't croon back in the days pre amplification. You had to your belt so people could hear in the back row so it invented a new kind of singing. I'll be darned. Yeah i mean this is one of the points. They made one of less interesting. Now that i tell the story but he and his writing styles very very accessible from the text line you to truly suck really sad. You're allowed on a public format. I will not by from anyone. You advertise ever all right. Thank you for texting. Four one five two nine five k. T. i would respond with something snide and or semi obscene or something. But i just don't care. I mean somebody like you is so troubled. That didn't laghi responding. Well no i take my pulse right now. Take it go ahead. Wrist is too imprecise. Use the inner thigh fourteen. My god and my doctor says al gore now. You can't even raise my pulse a person like that. I just feel bad for you. Here's a shock for you. Knocked me down with feathers. Mom used to say she may still all ask Top executives at facebook and twitter donated tens of thousands of dollars to president elect joe biden's campaign according to the f. e. c. The federal elections came Commission and zero to donald j. trump many many many tech executives maxed out although honestly giving directly to a candidate. The max's are quite low. For instance years the chief revenue officer at facebook david fisher. How much money does he make. He donated the max. Twenty eight hundred two biden during the primary. But it's all about the pacs. Political action committees but yeah so all the higher ups at facebook and twitter etc give generously and almost entire well entirely democrats in terms of the top executive again. Not down with a feather. Speaking of Woken us and once again Northern cal unicorn. Going to note from alien non mus. Excuse me she and her husband are longtime listeners. We appreciate that very much. Evidently your view of us contrast with the recent text new to truly suck eventually out of a texter. Yeah texts about sean. Boylan five to nine and Alien and al non mus alerted to what is happening in livermore california There they copied the minutes from the city council equity and inclusion subcommittee meeting. Yes name right there. Yeah hold onto your wallet when you hear the name of that committee one of the highlights is it includes a google doc. Documenting personal homes and properties that fly a blue line flag so the owners can be educated. Boy don't come to my home and knock on the air with the idea of you're going to educate me about something. Yeah so that's comes from. I believe section to the project description blah blah inventory identify symbols artwork objects artifacts etcetera and livermore that represent an signify systemic racism as well as symbols that cetera that signify equity and inclusion. Then there's the assessment and action identify and implement city subgroup. Cannon should take to address the symbols acknowledging reduce systemic racism and promote equity and inclusion. And then they go on continuing sco. Continue scoping the project. Extend the scope of the property symbols to be inventory to the entire city. Not just those are city owned example of Examples of private property confederate flag. Thin blue line flag like equate those. Yeah yeah sure for. Don't say they're both problematic. I never saw the confederate flag. Is that big a deal. And i think plenty of people flute with no Maliciousness whatsoever but at this point if you're if you're refined confederate flag. You're probably probably trying to send a message of some sort. But you could equate that with the i support the police come on. You know it might just be the people jack who you're talking about who fly. The confederate flag is a sign of southern pride because the south has a different culture than say the northeast and they like it better and people are now taking it away so now. They're flying it out of defiance and there are some racist to. I don't know but anyway. We're were we i on Reach out and partner with organizations businesses agencies etcetera that have the authority to educate an influence To to let people know what you're flying there is problematic. Then they go into the ask. You would be my response. Yeah yeah and These pay these Minutes of the meeting go on for quite some time. Now to wow. This would not actually going to go door to door. Knock on people's doors and tried to argue them out of their flags are they. Yes they are. wow though. They're denying it. 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"moose" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

06:03 min | 10 months ago

"moose" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Governor andrew cuomo announced on friday that he would hall indoor dining at bars and restaurants across the state to stop the spread of the coronavirus of course then only applies to indoor indoor dining not outdoor indoor dining. I assumed outdoor was accompanied by a picture of diners inside of a tent. That was virtually endorse. Well it's it's new places where it snows there. Just building buildings at share in front of their restaurant and hosting people in there they flimsier wall. They practically are places where it doesn't snow also because in my town. Some of the outdoor dining was pretty. Endorse yeah yeah. You got clear plastic but him. A perfect example of how government works in how bureaucrats work in why a planned economy can't conceivably work ever because it's not about being indoors. It's it's about having ventilation. That is like that of being outdoors. So if you were in the freaking white house bunker i mean you couldn't be more indoors but they had a jet engine drawing air through that bonker you'd be outdoors in terms of epidemiology. So we get hung up on words and forget the purposes and the in the innovation of the american small business owner is being forced to navigate. How do i rules lawyer. These guidelines as opposed to. How do i keep my customers and employees say well said exactly rent seeking you spend your time and energy kowtowing to the government as opposed to pursuing your purpose the fancy economics term I don't like i'm not a big fan of partisan comments just for the sake of partisanship. I know a lot of you are. I'm not for whatever reason a hobby. It's a hobby for a lot of people get a kick out of it. You make you poke at the other side until One of the latest is poking at The joe biden's wife jill biden for being phd. Her being dr. Jill biden always referred to as dr joe biden. Anyway somebody just tweeted that Reading joe biden's education. Phd position paper which she wrote the age of fifty five. And it's bad okay. And you're for his bad. I don't know if. I don't glorify first lady's nor do i decorate them. I just don't give a damn no new way. Yeah just don't don't talk to me about it at all unless she has a policy. We're talking about Well yeah there are times to get to a very Government t hillary notably michelle obama. Who a lot of people took shots at. I thought it was way out of bounds. But then she did get rather aggressive. rhetorically speaking On the campaign trail last time around but that makes a fair game but anyway we're talking about advanced degrees whether to call people doctors. Or what have you My old buddy mike. The lawyer texted that we're all jurists. Doctors we attorneys but we guffawed the idea of being called doctor. And i've read yesterday. I see. I wish i could remember where it was. There was some judge somewhere in america. Who for like a week. Insisted that all the attorneys in his courtroom refer to each other as doctor. Now dr jones you may be claiming that the defendant to gave up the evidence early blah blah blah and the state judicial board made him stop. Got this note from jenny. I grew up a phd post hole digger. My dad gave me a phd for christmas one year. Well let me read from the actual wall street journal piece that started this whole thing In contemporary universities in the social sciences and humanities calling oneself doctor is thought league. That's the the the person that wrote this for the wall street journal over the weekend. The phd may wants had held prestige but that has been diminished by the erosion of seriousness and the relaxation of standards and university education generally imagine that at any rate outside of the sciences getting a doctorate was then an arduous preceding one had to pass examinations to foreign languages one of them. Greek or latin defend wants thesis and take an oral examination on general knowledge in one's field at columbia university of an earlier day. A secretary's sat outside the room where the examinations were administered a pitcher of water and a glass on her desk. The water in glass were there for the candidates who fainted a far cry this from the few doctoral examinations. I sat in on during my teaching days where candidates teachers addressed one another by first names. The general atmosphere resembled a coffee. Klatch dr jill. I know you acquired her. Ed as recently as fifteen years ago or long after the terror had departed the prestige of honorary doctrine says decline even further such degrees once given exclusively to scholars statesmen artists and scientists. Then richmond entered the lists usually in the hope that they would donate money to the schools that had granted them their honorary degree. My late friend saw linowitz the chairman of xerox toby. He had sixty three honorary doctorates. Oh boy Why do i not have one. That's hilarious. If i get to call myself dr joe i'll give you five thousand dollars. Is there a school out there. No matter how big or small famous television journalists who pass themselves off as intelligence followed entertainers. Who didn't bother. Fainting intelligence were next gets to talk show host in terms of getting honorary doctorates. Hold on my old little college. How much would. I have to give you. Two thousand bucks. Come on me. dr. Jack come on basketball team need like some new water bottles or something. This december the bill. Yeah that's funny. I had not realized that the great inflation in the whole Pleasing the customer attitude in higher education gotten his highest. Phd's i didn't know that either. Yeah it didn't seem like there are a lot more of them around though. Yeah when i was younger right right so incredible mind. Boggling woke nonsense..

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A Proposal To Burn Ethereum Transaction Fees

The Cryptoverse

09:20 min | 10 months ago

A Proposal To Burn Ethereum Transaction Fees

"So a proposal to ben a theory of transaction fees. This is coming from an e. Ip which i will link in the show notes feliciano e ip stands by theory improvements proposal. So now i'll do is. I'm going to read just the abstract on the summary from this thing. And then i'll give you my comments on it. So i actually came across this on git hub. This thing. was originally created in april two thousand and nineteen and has been in development since then and this is all according to harvard and give hope they've logged all of their calls developing development team and if the regulating the less meeting they had on this particular thing was The thet december twenty twenty. So this roy up to date in fact the less meeting that they had at the summary notes for the goal from the december he says generally feeling is that there was enough robust analysis and research with this improvement to begin discussing the next steps in the process i e how to move forward introducing too old cord avs and the theory of maintenance exciting. So that's how close they says to going onto the maintenance right. I think perfected over the of the last year or something booked with talking yet. So they're improvement. Proposal fifteen fifty nine fee market for one point out so. This is an improvement for the existing chain while ago gates shoes on so the simple summary is this is a transaction pricing mechanism. They includes a fixed pad block network feet that is bend and dynamically expands or contracts block sizes to deal with transient congestion. So what does that mean the problem. We have right now. They've got a difficult forming problems with the existing model. The fed will quote is a mismatch between volatility of transaction fee levels and the social cost transactions. The basically say that you one minute. You can have a Network free that's two hundred times what it was a minute ago right depending on just massive spikes in demand for network resources and stuff like that which seemed ridiculous. It's completely unpredictable. At second problem. Is it ends up. With needless delays for uses so does no good as socially unproductive as they call it. Where was the slack in the system to meet block by block demand while that would be met by so the listrik book sized that goes up if the blocks full and goes down if the blocks unfaithful pretty sweet scandal like the big oin difficulty. Adjustment mechanism is for blocksize. Rather than mining difficulty kind of kind of climate also says the problem is the inefficiencies of first price auctions. So what that means. Is that The minute of its to use sophisticated algorithms to estimate what fee to charge the uses of the wallet. And even though they're you know that just doesn't work. Right you end up overpaying the fee or you think you can get confirmation fifteen seconds and it takes three minutes and then you have to submit the transaction again with a high of face. Just it's just a mess right. And then the third thing is they will they call the instability of blue with no block reward. And they say well think about in the long run blockchain bitcoin. They intend to switch to rewarding minus entirely on transaction fees. You know when the bitcoin blocker would reaches next to nothing and they said will there were no issues with this kind of thing instability and so on selfish mining attack vectors and does no good solution for this at present. So what they're proposing to do is twofold one is have. This elects the block size thing where grows books of fold and shrinks of block saw you know novel and then also introduced a different pricing mechanism for transaction fees which would be that would be to to transaction fee going forward one would be this fixed a transaction fee pueblo. Which again go up and down with the blocksize. So you pay that and that base based transaction fee pet blog which would be absolutely known that would get burned right so like i spent boom johnson. Then if you wanna make sure that said your transaction gets into the blog than you can include an additional minor. Bribe as they call on top of the base fee said the minor didn't get any of the because we know that gets burned but they would get the minor bribe and the block reward so they still get two sources of revenue. The blocker would that remains the same They get the minor bribe and then they base fee gets burned. Okay well you might think well as because she's gonna cause the same problem as we've got now no it's not because was different now. Is that the book. Size is going to expand and contract so even if you don't include a minor bribe your wallet will know what the current fixed block transaction fee is and it will know what the next one is as well. So that means that in your wallet when meta mascow. Whatever will you're using. It will be able to quote you very precise transaction fees and the predictability of how soon that will go through and get confirmed. He's also much more set in than is now so that's does really right. You want the detail on how this works. Technically they've even got technical specification and a bunch of solidity code solidity code of how this will work including houses going to be backwards compatible. And how do you order. Transactions and blahdy blahdy. Bob so does that well. If you want my comments on this area. I think this should have been the design of a theory from day. One in fact. When i stood at dairy month old. This was high worked. A thought will gas right. if it's fuel surely is being burned and destroyed and took me quite a while to find out that that wasn't the case to find out the miners. Who gained all these fees on the blogger would which i four was bombing. The second thing is that if this does get implemented nobody does. It will be a massive economic boom for the theory token as an a theory in token hold. I'd be well pleased with this. Especially this would have a big effect on theory and stop the flow ratio. Which of course is top of my mind right. Now since i'm studying under safety and moose and his new book fiat standard. I'm a fan of the standard at any way. But you know that's what sir. I'm studying day to day right now. So i'm always thinking slow. Soaked floor ratio so this proposal would mean that the stock of a theory and will be constantly being reduced to offset some of the inflation for the mining rewards at the minute. He's just constantly inflating with booker woods. there's no destruction. there's no system level destruction anyway might accidentally send some their into the wrong address or whatever but the system doesn't doesn't create any deflation and this would do so on that point while we're talking about you but if i go to f gas station dot info it does have a leaderboard of the biggest guest banners right so actually lofton's articles the the They put on. The side is cold gas burners but as we know until this is implemented this proposal they don't banning gas at all alley just fees going through the contract to the minus with the number one. Let's call him guest bene- right now on the network is the union contract and in the last thirty days the amount of transaction fees going through that contract is twelve point. Seven million dollars worth of ethereal. Oh near enough to day. Two thousand f has been spent on transaction vs pretty significant amount if this proposal was implemented that would mean that in the last days unique swap would be responsible for destroying the two thousand ethereal just brilliant bending they two thousand theorem just from the fees that uses paint to use union swamp great and then tether another twenty six thousand theory would be banned in the last days because of that. So if you wanna in theory times these they say two thousand if theory of the what would ban twenty six thousand. That ted would ban if you want in. Us dollar terms it means units will be bending fifteen million dollars of theorem everyday days and tether will be betting ten million everyday days. I think those would go though. Remember is the capacity of the network would increase with this elastic book size so every time a block is full the next book slightly bigger so absolutely balmy so when when when the network is congested well more transactions go through every book which means more theory and guest band so the busy of the network is the more fees get panda. The big of the fees is self fulfilling prophecy. So i'm of course i'm talking from an economic point of view. If you're in a theory of togo you'd you definitely want this to be implemented because it it. It makes a theory more scarce doesn't it because it's bending the stalk of a theory all the time

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Facebook Pursued A 'Buy or Bury' Strategy with Its Monopoly Power

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:17 min | 10 months ago

Facebook Pursued A 'Buy or Bury' Strategy with Its Monopoly Power

"For years. The media joan facebook has had a policy of bio berry when it came to its competitors. Either bring them on board or kill them off. It's what led facebook to getting hold of instagram and whatsapp but now lawsuit brought by the us. Federal regulators are more than forty five state. Prosecutors has accused facebook of behaving illegally to stifle the competition. I'm joined now by josh. Kohl's research with the university of oxford internet institute to tell us more josh. Welcome you're just explains is what the lawsuit involves then. Yes this is is claiming brought by. Us attorneys general and federal agencies in the us against facebook Full amongst other things is Is that the way in which it acquired. What's up an instagram in the decade. I'm ready it's toughest full doing site so there is a statute in the us against to Anti competitive practices and against fundamental set of against monopolies in certain context. And this case will return on. What was facebook's medidation intention for acquiring these companies and has been the net result full consumers and uses a facebook in these other platforms as a result of these acquisitions. Just explain to us. I mean how this has become the how the rules have changed a little bit because facebook will say this is why the big business is always works and in twenty two hundred twenty fourteen. The regulator waved through the takeovers of instagram and whatsapp. But now things are different. That's right yeah. Facebook general counsel responded to the news by saying that this is an attempt to revisionist history on the pot of the government because it supposedly kind of waves through these in in the last decades under the obama administration. Now it goes that was More cases the state nelson demeaning at the time to to stop the Acquisitions from happening. Rather than truly approving them But nonetheless it does raise the question. What's changed. I think as in contrast to the perhaps the rules changing actually i think the situation on the ground is what has changed. And what has become clear to. Policymakers wraps later than Than some of the rest of us all these abuses really can see us. Data use a choice and competition have emerged from facebook's Moose in the space. I think that's really what change in the wider context say. Is the broad tech clash against big tech. You know we still need The us government announced plans to go to google in october For a slightly smaller. A range of issues really. I maybe less as existential. The google that what to be pressed but nonetheless part of a much wider a an assigned. I think that the tide is starting to turn against big tech. The big tech companies are saying this is going to stifle innovation it. Is that true or is it going to be the absolute opposite. I think he's gonna the absolute opposite right out of my mouth. I mean if you look at what. Instagram and whatsapp were able to do prior to being quiet was really to shake up. perspective markets in various ways in a very different Vibe if you'd like to to the social media landscape By the on quite positive centric social networking strategy which causes blown-up sleep fruits. Since it's been acquired by facebook what's up on the other hand has before it was acquired was was very big on encryption and privacy for the that not serving uses things like that and i think the fact that the co founders of these companies have since the politics facebook Having been acquired a very very large paycheck out of it is a sign that they might be suggestions in the duration of these products are taken both the house passing a bit from the original visions and finally. This is a case where we will hear the private emails on the likes of mark zuckerberg. How will it change people's perception of facebook. Once we works out what actually happens underneath the lid. When i think it made it may change a bit. I mean certainly Zach's emails have been the basis for fa drummer and the positive cases the social Which which Dramatizes early moves in setting up facebook said. I think there's already an image about sandwiches that he's certainly competitive guy and wants to eliminate rivals and i suspect his his usual move fast and break things. Philosophy will extend to festive trade practices as these muslim edge from From the tros that might be unveiled. So tech tech companies taking a beating but it may not be just.

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Farmer mimics ecosystem where mastodons once roamed

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 10 months ago

Farmer mimics ecosystem where mastodons once roamed

"In the mid west. It's now rare to find an oak savanna grassland scattered trees but those ecosystems were once widespread and rich with species. All the early european settlers talked. About how amazing these savannah's were and how much food there was. And how beautiful they were. Peter allen is a farmer who studied oak savannahs in graduate school. He's one reason they were so common. In north america is that native americans burn land to create open areas that attracted bison in the before that we had savannah for millions of years. Because we had mega-fauna mastodons ground. Sloths large elk. And moose. That eight trees at mastodon valley farm in south west wisconsin allen is mimicking this system but with cattle sheep goats and pigs instead of prehistoric creatures. His herds graze on a few acres for day. Then move on so the ground can rest for a month or so. He says conventional agriculture depletes the soil. But this approach to raising livestock can help build topsoil and store carbon we've grown about three inches of topsoil in six years so that's really inspiring by learning from the past allen hopes to produce food while also preserving savanna ecosystems for the future

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Iran's supreme leader vows revenge over slain scientist

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Iran's supreme leader vows revenge over slain scientist

"Iran's supreme leader is calling for definitive punishment of those behind the killing of a scientist the two to Ron's disbanded military nuclear program supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made the comment in a statement carried on his official website how many cool moose in fact he's a day the country's prominent and distinguished you click on defensive scientist Iranian officials have blamed Israel for the killing Israel was long suspected of killing scientists a decade ago and the tensions over Iran's nuclear program the slaying threatens to renew tensions between the US and Iran I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Dallas Cowboys coach Markus Paul dies after medical emergency at team facility

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:59 sec | 10 months ago

Dallas Cowboys coach Markus Paul dies after medical emergency at team facility

"Of hate to say. But we kind of saw it coming on Tuesday when they canceled the Dallas Cowboys cancel their only main practice of the week. Because of medical emergency. I I texted how Jay on the side and said, I think somebody died because you don't practice. You don't cancel a practice like that. In a short week unless there's a tragic situation and this was nothing short of tragic. Marcus Paul 54 years old, a strength coach wasn't here in Dallas very long. He's a very good friend of Marcus of Mike McCarthy, the head coach. And a lot of cowboys reaching out. He actually played with Moose Johnson, the former Dallas cowboy fullback at Syracuse. He also played with Washington's head coach Ron Rivera, in Chicago in the NFL back in the eighties, So it's I hate having to start the show something negative. Thanksgiving. But unfortunately that's going to be such a big part of the game today and how the Cowboys to respond to that. Okay. Nicole mentioned

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"moose" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

Seek Outside Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"moose" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

"As I was GONNA make flashing beam out of a beaver chew and found just what I wanted. So I founded like a seven-foot logged at the beavers at one end there were no not like a not serve branches coming off it. And have enrolled smooth by the river Niger. Jammed in the bank and I made a flashing be out of it. Then I took my machete. And wrapped duct tape. Are relative around the blade end so that I could grow on it. And edible handle it. I made a I made a draw knife and I made a fleshing knife had. A beaver to and I said morning inserted fleshing that mayor in right about the time I was done with it trail who was up in the glossing spot one just just just a peek over the camp. He puts a game bag on a trek pull and waves it at me. Old deserve out wide when I see him and says, I've got are Moose. So a finish the. The bear with a machete. And trail and I go up. And we see as Moose a yeah that's the one we came to harvest. and. No sooner than had been with the bear. WE'RE WE'RE PACKING Yeah. So, it took off two days to. Like today's. Did you did you Did you have a Moose as well? I Did Yes. Yes. So People we got out of there and they ass out was. Did you ever have one of those hunts that like you have big plans for your super excited. You'd think he got it all dialed in and then it just. It just doesn't go the way you wanted it to. Yeah Yeah I did. That wasn't this one at all. We. Could barely slowed. We had to moves in it and a grizzly bear in it like I. I there was no use we we didn't catch a fish..

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"moose" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"moose" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Moose and Maggie are talking to you if you smell like a pickle of like a pick and pop like a bigger pay right right I think so they call it means lipstick on a pig yeah this is the moose and Maggie show on CBS sports radio valuers Argo baseball top of the hour John Harper is gonna join us covers the covers Major League Baseball for S. and why long time and national baseball columnist for the New York Daily News as well hearts good man he's gonna join us at the top of the hour in and listen it will flip the topic there and we'll get into some of the A. rod stuff next hour as well as we roll right up until seven o'clock tonight here it's Moussa Maggie on a Sunday on CBS sports radio you know but you know back to the NFL conversation you know I I you know as we wrapped up last segment Maggie I I get down to a point here where you know the National Football League you know if they're going after it it's upon them and their hiring practices year and Roger Goodell here and the owners of go look themselves in the mirror about what's transpiring what's happening what's happening during these interviewing processes and I get it you can only hire people that you're comfortable with but you know it's absurd when you think about the lack of a minority head coaches and general managers in the National Football League and if you bring up examples you know like the one out there in Arizona I mean that's a downright embarrassment after a year of everything going down where the general manager think about that the general manager is able to draft quarterbacks in back to back years they bring king's very bored you know he trades and and makes the move for rose and they put a move on on rose in a draft Tyler Murray in the general manager remains there if the head coach is out the door yeah I I greed and John Jones who joined us earlier said its like something maybe it's time we start looking at at the decision makers because the general managers always get so much more latitude than the head coaches do a you know and a lot of times you know the coach is probably number one it's usually your cheapest mistake right you could fire a coach and maybe it doesn't cost you as obviously as much would be to cut a player and tell them how to get seller kept all that stuff and and also it's the one thing it's that big thing that symbolizes change here Fred bass right like you've been losing if your team has been bad wall here we're going to do this big flashy thing we're going to fire the head coach listen some head coaches definitely deserve it but there are others where you get a sense where it with you that the head coach's head rolls just because the organization needs to make some big wild statement you know and and and they feel like that will satisfy the fan base and so they do that with the with the head coaches and head coaches I think just don't nearly get enough time to try to figure out you know time on the job it's just it's in the NBA two it's not just end in the NFL but Hey I need coaches it's like a carousel one of the average most it's like seven or eight a year they are fired it's it's crazy there's no patience whatsoever and and he was a well sports talk radio you're part of the problem with it we can only talk about it well we we don't make any decisions all we do is do our job which is the cause of it it's the fan base that could be out for blood with some of these head coaches but you know it's funny because I think about sometimes and it's like you know you know I I think this role is not going to I don't think is this really going to work I think young girls that a lot of people I think it's all that a lot of minorities are working in the NFL who only want to get the job based on the fact they want to feel like they are in the job and that they're the best person for the job hands down then there's another part of me that says well if you get the job at the end of the day doesn't really matter how you got it shouldn't matter how you got it as long as you could do it you can do it well at your age and if you could be great at it right because I think about the NFL was how much nepotism in the NFL I mean there's so much like it's not it's it's crazy and like do what do you think any of these sons of coaches do their these grandsons of general managers do you think any of them really care how they got the job all they know is they have it and and that it's up to them to keep the keep it in yeah that's the thing with that because if you're gonna be bad you get to keep your job but in terms of just getting it getting your foot in the door if you're good at it at the end of the day does it matter how you got it you know there's always going to be naysayers and critics out there there's always going to be people bring it out of my level who think that I've I have this job because they're fulfilling some kind of god I have a little bit on the air gotta have your token female voice I don't I got a job is about right that's fair I mean it's fair I get it I just.

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"moose" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"moose" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"Within minutes shrank was taken into custody. Roosevelt went onto a scheduled speaking engagement when he arrived at the venue. Roosevelt Palatis speech and glasses from a suit pocket. Only then did he see the dent in his steel spectacles case and the bullet hole through all one hundred sheets of thick parchment. Roosevelt realized just how narrowly escaped. But he didn't go straight to the hospital. He made his ninety minute speech. I later that day. Doctors discovered the bullet lodged in Roosevelt's pleura around the lungs. Doctors left -able Nord Roosevelt Arrest in absolute quiet for several days after the attempted assassination. Bull Moose Party campaign. Staffers canceled dozens of events. While Roosevelt recuperated sympathy for Roosevelt was widespread. When Wilson heard about the shooting he cancelled several of his speaking engagements and campaign events. Wilson's gesture to suspend. His campaign was at once. Generous and shrewd he. Laughingly told his daughter. Teddy will have apoplexy when he hears of this. Because Wilson knew that stopping the campaign at this crucial juncture would allow him to maintain his lead while Roosevelt had no way to catch up though the attempted assassination of Roosevelt dominated the new cycle time as Roosevelt recovered. The press moved onto other stories on October thirtieth. The Bull Moose gave one last campaign speech at Madison Square Garden but shrank can taken the wind out of his campaign sales on November. Fifth Nineteen twelve. Woodrow Wilson won the election. Though he received only forty two percent of the popular vote. Wilson took forty states and four hundred thirty. Five electoral votes is victory over Roosevelt. And Taft showed that. The academic politician was able to unite the disparate elements of his party in each region of the country. Roosevelt garnered twenty seven percent of the popular vote one electoral votes in six states. After the election. He told a friend. We have fought the good fight. We have nothing to regret a month later. President-elect Wilson gave a speech acknowledging his past present and future as a native southerner who'd become the governor of a northern state and now president of the United States Wilson hoped to be an instrument and drawing together the hearts of all men in the United States in the service of a nation that has neither region nor section nor North Nor south during Wilson's administration. International problems threatened to overshadow his progressive agend during his first term. President Wilson would struggle to ward off these growing foreign threats and the menacing political opponents wanted him out of the White House as he juggled international crises and domestic foes. He would also face off against the growing. Women's rights movement disenfranchised black voters in the south and his own personal take on the next episode of wicked gain. The election of Nineteen Sixteen President Wilson faces off against international threats domestic strife and a Republican Party. Hell bent on reclaiming the White House to win a second term Wilson. We'll have to get the best of dignified judge with nearly a spotless record Charles Evans. Hughes the only Supreme Court Justice in American history to resign his seat to run for president. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen. Eighty nine to twenty twenty. Hit the subscribe button podcasts. At now this show is supported by you on listeners. Please give us a rating Lee Review but the single best way to help the show grow is to tell others so share with your friends and family and find us on social media at wicked Game Pot. And I'm at Lindsey Graham. Another way to support this show is to go to wicked game. Podcast DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to members. Find out more wiki game. Podcast DOT COM about our reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything in our show is heavily researched and based on surviving historical documents. We could game is an airship production created hosted and executive produced by me. Lindsey Graham sound designed by Derek Turns Co executive produced by Stephen Walters in association with ritual actions this episode written and researched by C. L. Salazar and Stephen Walters fact checking Greg Jackson's Yell Salazar from the podcast history. That doesn't suck music by Lindsey Graham distributed by wondering..

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"moose" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"moose" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"The progressives who had defected with Roosevelt had a problem. The election of nineteen twelve was only four months away and they had a lot of catching up. Do to give the bull Moose a fighting chance. They need to organize their new party and set campaign motion. Financier George Perkins put up the Money and Roosevelt's allies organized convention and Campaign Strategy. They knew they could be taft but struggled to develop a plan that would garner the necessary. Two hundred sixty six electoral votes required to win. Still Roosevelt was determined to move forward saying I hoisted the flag and win or fail under it on August. Fifth One thousand nine hundred twelve. The Official National Party Convention opened in Chicago in reference to Roosevelt's previous comment the press immediately dubbed the Party. The Bull Moose Party Roosevelt took the stage in person to align his party's platform. He gave a two hour speech. Arguing for Prohibition of Child Labor greater corporate regulations an eight hour workday a social insurance system and many other Social Justice Causes Roosevelt declared Shirley. There was never a fight. Better worth making than the one in which we are engaged his all-news platform also endorsed women's suffrage. It stated that no people can justly claim to be a true democracy which denies Political Rights on account of sex but for all its commitment to social justice issues. The Bull Moose Platform stayed ominously quiet on racial justice issues black delegates if they were allowed to be seated at all noticed this immediately but party leaders would not hear their calls to include a line on racial equality in the platform on the third day of the convention. Roosevelt was officially nominated as the presidential candidate of the National Progressive Party. Jane addams well known. Social rights activists seconded the nomination. She praised the new party stating that had become the American exponent of a worldwide movement towards justice social conditions. Mr Roosevelt has caught the significance of the modern movement and with Roosevelt's nomination the nineteen twelve presidential race began in earnest with the sitting president a former president and a political newcomer in the ring within weeks two of the candidates would rise to the forefront of making the three way race a head to.

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"moose" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

14:04 min | 1 year ago

"moose" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"I had to stop on the way home to get some things some things of that nature so I got some treats and some toys and stuff and I came home and I had some some balls to throw for fetch and it just doesn't care at all. Yeah the video. If you're talking about like I throw it. She turns her head and looks at it. And then just slowly turns back and looks at me. Like what's this Alabama area? You dropped your ball and still to this day again. It's been a little over week. She has not touched one of her toys. I don't understand like in. It's not. She doesn't seem like she seems very happy. Like it doesn't seem like she's just like sad. Brace you just not a toy doesn't been playful so far. Yeah she ensure at all have. We tried bones. Well she uh give her a bone yeah. She chewed the bone for awhile yesterday. But yeah straight up. Toys like yeah. She has a ball. She has a long and she has well. She did touch the COM- If I put short of course on its own so yeah and my sister sent a stuffed toy for because she heard she was playing so then we got a stuffed toy. It's got a squeaker in it. And even week she silkier valor. Now doesn't care at. I told my sister I was like squeaking it trying to get excited. And she's just not really reacting and I set the toy up on the couch with her and she jumped. I have a friend is a dog that is similar and the only thing that she can do to get her. Doc plays toys as if another dog plays with her toy at his mind though and then gets really into her like suddenly so yeah true. Have you tried playing with toys and make with them? I mean I. The closest I've gotten to her playing is in the morning. She seems like especially her peak. Excitement level is when we first get up in the morning. She's really excited about it. And ready to go out and stuff and if I like kind of run around a little bit she'll like chase me a little bit but it doesn't last long at all. Let's yeah adorable and tug of war. Have we tried that one? Just shut now. She can't be probably. Yeah Yeah Okay. What about this game? Listen we're going to talk black. She's like no. I'm sophisticated you guys. I know I have not. I do have a lot more games just being completely unused right now so but I gotta say like. I love my life listening and what happened to me. Once I got home I was just like. Oh so we've got some Pecadillos we've got we've got a few little nuances that. I'm going to have to deal with for the rest of the time I have him and I think Alexis have the same of just discovering like okay. I don't know that you have any yet right. I'm waiting to figure that out because so far lights I feel so lucky because she so mellow she so sweet and she you know. She had a couple of accidents the first two days. I learned quickly that if she does leave the room that I'm not in it's because she's going to yeah So I caught onto that so I kept it better. I on and and so it's she clearly was also potty trained because now it's like no problem. Marie about it anymore hasn't just peed in a room in her new house. We're like the bathroom was so how was I to know? I've gotten turned down for a lot of apartments. So yeah she's just like couldn't be sweeter and more mellow and yes. She knew sit already. She knows lay down She's great on a leash. She just like tons of just loose leash walks beside me like when you first start the walk. She'll kind of The first pre walk excitement pull a little bit but after the first two minutes tops than she's just right beside me walking totally calm. She's yeah and again. The hardest part of this is going to be having to wait to go to go into. I can't I can't wait normally have someone on. That's got a new dog. It's like yes new. Docs coming over. And now it's like okay. No I'm you from afar in your room here. Yeah never saw it. She responding all day long. No not really. It's back I mean it's GonNa take it takes Well I will listen. I will talk to you all night long but I know that you have eight thousand podcast edit and or host yourself so I will jump Friday night. I got crazy. I'm want to sort of Modify the game a little bit. Which is normally name this fictional dog. But I'd I would like to use it where you're not going to have to do anything other than just did tell me what you were thinking. But her name is Moose but yes. We're the other contenders for her. Well Okay so here is my thought process. Let's hear with trying to figure out a name for her. I was definitely thinking about it way too much. I didn't have anything planned ahead of time. I was just like a miniature going to kind of see. See how this goes. I briefly considered. That's getting better but piggies and again like I was saying earlier. She kind of reminds me of like a brown bear and so like I liked the thought of naming her just another animal. But I have one of my good friends. They don't live here but one of my good friends back in Virginia has a dog named bear and I was like. I don't want to name her bare. 'cause Yeah Yeah and some reason. I think I was. I think I was literally just laying in bed. That might still thinking about it. Couldn't sleep and and Moose just kind of popped into. I think I was trying to think of like other bigger Brown animals and I popped into my head and I kind of liked the sound of it and I thought yeah I think I thought about it for like almost a whole day still like I don't know if I'm GonNa commit and that after a while. Yeah I can't think of something I like. That's perfect 'cause there's you couldn't have come up with a better one buffalo. That's not gonNA work. I can answer that he had a neighbor. Moose joining me. She could be buffy for you. She's absolutely incredible Liz were already in love with you from the last time you were on the show but will you please tell them where they can find you on all podcast and on social media and news when and if they come back right Yeah good question I do my own. Podcast called bazaar albums and every week is just like an exploration of a strange album that exists in the world. That kind of makes you go. Why does this exist? Donate the show so good. You do all yourself. That's the craziest. Part is that you don't have a researcher. It blows every single thing about the only thing. I did not do the artwork but I do everything else and So yeah it's always like records by actors athletes fictional characters things like that and I literally am not ever trying to make fun of them. I am literally legitimately fascinated on how these even came to be so I do a ton of research and kind of throw kind of like a story and use a lot of clips to tell the story So that is that an episodes a short only like fifteen twenty minutes And so that is my show every Tuesday. Those come out. Everywhere you get podcasts. Most of the on air producer. For Alison Rosen. Is your new best friend and Andrea Savage is. I almost said Andrea. Savage is unique. It'd be Weird Andrea savage a grown up woman hashtag but holes is the name of that show seriously on that show as well. So that's that's the majority of podcasting stuff. And then I also play drums in motion city soundtrack. Who just finished a tour? And don't stop or we'll die as well but who what's going on. I don't know when live recording that you guys all did. That was zoomed was so cool that just this week. I've lost track of that was I think that was back in the early twenties you. Yeah that was that was fun. A Mike Cassidy are keyword player. Like saw somebody else do kind of a similar thing with a cover. And he's like we should try and do something like this. So he played played piano and then we'll added to it and put it together and that's on Youtube in on our the. Don't stoppable die instagram awesome. And where can people to see? Moose I am on twitter and Instagram at Tony? Thanks and yeah that's You know you do that thing like in my posting too many pictures of the dog. And then everybody's like no more more and more so not possible simply not possible. Tony Thank you so much. I WANNA say making time to do this on this show. Thank you for letting me talk to humans. It was okay okay right and then the just the second second that All of this is Released a just a win. You see everybody at your doorstep what we've all been waiting for. We're now we're here to BET news. It's true yes I understand. I'll be offended if not thank you. Yeah I have a new segment for us here. Let's hear okay so this is pop culture because love aunt yes south. Yeah you know Charro right. Obviously everyone who does the could if they don't let's help them out. Who's okay? Charro is a Latina singer. Dancer Wonderful Voice Actor She sort of the I would say the Latino Dolly Parton is what I'M GONNA call an icon with a catchphrase which is yes as we all know Gucci yes of course the Coochie Coochie Girl El Charro is like like when you read more about it. It's like oh she's she's a genius like she's so like she knows like ten languages. She's like she's amazing rain so self aware there's not one part of our who's just like. I don't know if she knows you know the shadow she's doing exactly Mason And so I found Actually my michaels sent this to me that the Coochie Coochie is actually a story about a dog. It comes from her childhood dog. So are you ready to hear it? I just like I love it. I love thank goodness. I could see you 'cause otherwise it'd be like okay. So when she was a kid they had a a Saint Bernard pit bull mix named Caccio which means life in Spanish because it was nice because the dog I guess was really mean it would just come up and bite you and then go act like it needed help and it was like. I think we'll maybe hold on. Here's how I heard the story. Is that par? People aren't Bernard Zoo. She was like it was confused. So would bite you and then go run for help the barbecue type. No no no she was just. She liked this dog but it would just bite the runaway. Yes I love it but I like. The Saint Bernard Element I'd love to. I'm GonNa Bite you then I'm GonNa go get you so I'm so sorry. Hold on let me go. Yes yes so. They have Guess it had a back injury at some point and so instead of of of shaking. Its hips like side to side. It would like shake it tips up and down when it was excited. And so she has a kinship baby. She was like three so instead of saying Chitose he would just call it Coochie and Oh when she would do an impression of coochie. She would just thrust her hips forward. And could you could she? And as a kid everyone loved it so she quickly realized that got her like a lot of attention because it was so funny. This little girl like being weird dog and it stuck ever. Since and that's how she became the Coochie became an icon. Yeah it's not. Where can people find this interview? 'cause to hear her tell you killed it. But tell the story is evil Larry's interview Leeann. Yeah Yeah we can. I can throw up at least a clip of it and then we can link to the full full video please do. It's so good. I loved thank thank You well likes US. We did it. We made it to the end in separate.

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"moose" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"moose" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Just I'm looking so David moose was one I never heard before you know anything about the get a mature relationship yeah I don't know I to me I feel like if you knew that those guys had a great relationship there'll be a lot more balls about Ron one figure this did this season's not over white but why to get a man get fired that's the question I would have because maybe he gotten into it with Smith and he got into a couple of the Carolina Panthers Thomas David Thomas Davis good at all yeah at the end of the day gentleman came here and made some very difficult decisions question one of those was not to re sign Landon Collins a fan and and you know favorite eighteen favorite somebody was popular lock which I think was the right move she certainly has shown itself yeah a new criminal you're talking about a player that's a safety that said three upper body surgeries back to back to back seasons and you're going to pay him over forty million dollars a year I don't think so can't do that so I did get a men recognize that without a doubt and look they they're going to move on from you lie they probably waited too long I believe they waited too long but that's just part of the process that Dave had the gold the coach and general manager known as I look through the card playoff picture and I'm trying to figure out how many defense of head coaches they're all are out of the out of the twelve team so obviously Belichick is one Harbaugh was a special teams coach writes about checks we on our brave bulls won in Tennessee bizarre McDermitt is one in buffalo over there see over the end of C. would be simmer for Minnesota and it would be Pete Carroll for Seattle everybody else's offense of Shanahan Peyton Peter St Peter send up right floor have a floor there often so I don't necessarily know that there's a real answer but I understand what you're saying I always as a quarterback wanted an offense of head coach from Sarnia on what the guy that understands me yeah and understands my position and I would say that bill Belichick while defensive in nature can coach any position in the sport no question the one thing I will say with that regard though is is if you have an offense of head coach you better have a defensive coordinator that you firmly believe in and that you can let him do his job not have to micro manage and handle the things that you do on the sideline comment what Adam cases though with Greg Williams with Adam gase with Greg Williams think about one man that you took over as the Chicago Bears his number one goal is Vic Fangio you think about Sean McVay Wade Phillips was his first guy to get because they understand that when you walk away from that sidelined and all the sudden you're going through the tablet or the place with your quarterback you lose a grasp of with the momentum of a football game and that's where a lot of times you see coaches make bad decisions when it comes to situational football because they get lost in the transition of the football games under they insist the reverse up in New England where Bella check spends the time with the defense and let's Josh McDaniels Hannah and Brady is the offense so he'll go and talk to the defense while the offense is on the field it's it's in reverse yeah but they also have a government Ernie Adams all who said the wizard the wizard is right and not every team has a wizard he is I mean the things that Ernie Adams is been able to do in regards to their roster being able to get guys that fit one thing you always hear about potential this guy can't do this this guy can't do that they find guys that fitness system do this do this one thing well and we can work with about managing your game and how he talks about what checked along came and making in game decision well bill Belichick here taking this just in to somebody during a game in crucial moments yeah there's a lot of other chances you know that film that we got a legally that I saw a couple tips are you on I will say this this is the one thing I will say in regards to you know all the cheating all that stuff the one thing that you will say about a New England Patriots fame regardless of how you look at him they are freaking prepared Super Bowl forty six in two thousand eleven I thought you were set up for the lost twice now if it is through first health for the game there one in a three four system and we start running the football won't get play action going second half of that game they ran a four three staff they wanted to load things up they've completely change your philosophy defensively if you are not a veteran football team that has been able to make adjustments on the fly around they're going to take over the football game immediately to it they didn't serve all last year about the Atlanta Falcons right the only two things that are ready to adjust to those schemes in that system and being prepared for it lose that's coaching that's not cheating now do you want to do the quick as a spread here was your mom we've never had to former NFL guys with the guests to spread its always boomer an enormous so awfully coming give me some generic NFL music to I.

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"moose" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

13:20 min | 2 years ago

"moose" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Each listener supported w NYC studios. Welcome to deer hanging John over to think of it and said hey I recently got a Pumpkin but it was broken so I had to go get a pumpkin patch your joke joke joke at the how how Weenie time started off as like an interesting story broken especially tangents our podcast where we talk about science things and we try to amaze each other with science facts and also beat each other in getting science related points Hank by with stupid hank thank you how are you doing are you still in place the people who join me on Sasha tensions are Seri Riley allow what's your tagline and I wanNA pokemon shirt oh that's a great tagline tells every everybody everything they need to know about you including my not middle aged man age range is in urge of like all editorial at crush course we're also joined by Sam Schultz producer special projects producer I believe myself a promotion the producer of any of the channels no by show kids ended tant and Siam but that a lot of youtube channel but you take on all of our like unique Jackson tangents you black ops lack Stephenson is also here I pretty good just had a lovely weekend out in the wilderness we brought back so much bread Stephan is a producer of show yeah you know make spreadsheets and stuff and also videos oh yeah I do that occasionally at Deer Hankins John we get a number of different kinds of questions we questions sometimes that are science questions people just like hit us and I'm like I love I'll answer your science and I get to help them do their homework or something I think that they're just having acting thoughts about the universe to give them the benefit of the doubt okay so we have frontloaded this episode with some science questions but we also have some normal questions so we'll see more than average will be science questions but also we wanna take on and help our help our listeners with various and I can't talk about science anymore I'm sick of it the record tomorrow I know it's your pallet cleanser so we're GONNA have our first question comes from Steph who has career Hankins tangents when I step in a puddle of mud and a bunch of microbes end up on the back of my legs and then I go and I have a shower to wash them off those microbes for the ride of their lives do they even notice or are they probably still chilling on the back of my leg somewhere suddenly concern for the microcosms Steph. I'm very the interested to know like what the experience of acceleration and like G. for so yes now at at the microscopic level microscopic organisms have they can sense things but mostly they sent things that are useful to them well entirely but we all some things that are useful to there are some that can detect gravity they can tell up from down so that they can move within but that's pretty unusual mostly what they can detect is oxygen concentration and light because of those are the things that are necessary for metabolism so they don't really care if they're like swirling around in in the like this I think about the ocean like the ocean like those molecules are just sloshing all over all the time they're not really aware of that in the way that like a human sloshing around in the ocean is just like a really quickly changing environment it's more like this changed the do this and that's a direct link there's no thought in between like microbes don't think the like the way that like a plant will turn to face the sun it's like this is over here and then there's sort of a direct molecular mechanism tells them to do the the next thing so in the mud puddle presumably there mud puddle loving microbes happy there. They got their nutrients than when they splash on the back of your leg you have different chemicals on the back of their leg and that can either be like wow what happened here it's you I don't like this at all I don't like the this I'm going to try to move away and like then they squirm and do whatever chemo taxis chemo taxes moving through a chemical gradient so I sent there's more oxygen here than there was here so move that way and they keep moving and that sort of like why microbes move is that they're traveling on chemical gradients there's also this idea that we're all doing that constantly all sort of traveling through a chemical gradient of our own brain chemistry and we don't actually make very many decisions on our own I feel that few like track every minute of your week and you do that week to week a discussing percentage of the things that you do are just like the same things that you do every week AAC new no I like showers I good eating I love recording of deer hey good job it's like how much of this am I choosing break no well definitely have you seen my calendar I don't calendars are just chemicals capitalism and chemical I feel like that's making again societal capitalism is sort of our societal soup that we have to sort of function inside of physical property angering a little bit of a tangential question you intentionally wash the back of your leg no yes yes I don't yeah I don't I like once a week probably haven't washed my calf yeah that's like hassle what's the water gets down there soapy water to like there are few key for well the run off of the dirt grease from your hair stuff going down the rest of your special attention for sure take a wash cloth thank you yeah I wash my feet because they like they have a sturdy tell their dirty whereas my calves like no matter what I do they're always just showing my cat you're like Whoa Whoa Whoa Moi my cam ep you wash your kneepads really boy you guys his kneepads again but you're never gonNA come into contact with my knee pit Oh yeah I guess you're right but someone like our next to a child that this hike of your knee and you're wearing shorts they could no I want them to have a slightly negative experience so that the learn not to grab my knee in helping this is something you need to know I mean sometimes I do it and I'm like Oh that's nice thanks for answering that question for me dear hanging tangent wire do tangents and Hank tangents and Hank what happens when an astronaut sneezes space do they fly across the room like in cartoons and if the sneeze occurred in the International Space Station how would they clean up the sneezed out fluid that is flowing in the air not Christa Christa. This is a great question that's good to know I mean equal opposite reaction of stuff's find out it puts you backwards yeah does this ain't we would float and the space station like this little droplet yeah oh I mean this seems like look this is the reason they don't want bread in the spaces our little particles that ended up in the air and then his behind your panels and then there's mold and stuff back there and then he can't clean it out there's filters and then the more you have to change the filters that more work it is the more maintenance there is but I think that like specifically for stuff like sneezing and you know various other reasons there might be droplets in space there are systems to take care of the droplets lawn I think to try to sneeze into something that orbit but to the filters do this for the stuff that doesn't caught and then also there are devices for capturing liquids that are traveling around vacuum cleaner that up you're waving your hand around and I imagine the Butterfly Net mugs you know for when you accidentally this p. that probably happens that's like that no if you're an astronaut in space though sometimes you know F- flowed out farther hold it in I don't know you might think about how scared to be in space look out the window and you're like Oh that's terrifying if you sneezed and didn't cover your mouth would you fly backwards but if he sneezed and Dracula you wouldn't fly backwards some 'cause the well not all that would be captured but yes if it fu you would get pushed back and then when the energy hit your hand it would push forward so cancel each other out if you were able to capture all the energy yeah okay also be useful if you get like stuck in at the medicine and you just whip out a little emergency pepper packet yourself genius journey of you stop your sneezes I like to do that and but now I feel like I trained myself to sneeze more through my mouth than my nose because I was doing that and I feel like that's bad and I'm GonNa die one day what sneezes go one hundred miles an hour I'm GonNa try to redirect it you're holding office out yeah I think that if like holding sneezes killed you we would hear about that more I'd be dead deer tangents in Hank why do we have toes I understand fingers but why toes seem very odd I can't even move them individually like I can my fingers what do they do please help fingers and toes cameras yeah I mean I like the fingers are pretty understandable they're super yeah yeah we don't consciously use our toes much using them to balance it time that sort of my thinking but hang seems to consciously use your toes consciously all the time pick up stuff with your toes I pick stuff up yeah bending over is hard for me because my because my hamstrings are very tight won't I don't feel like I have good towed ex dirty but also when it feels like Oh bending over his heart I should make a point to bend over then so that right that's a good point I should bend over music or loses holding a child in one arm and he's optus toy on the ground and he's crying and just pick it up with my toe does the fact that that we can't move all of them individually for the most part mean we're like evolving them to not be there anymore I think that they are useful and I think that there's definitely a side to side thing happening so the big toe and the pinkie toe and sort of the end toes they do independent things in need to do independ- ratings see wouldn't want like just a flipper out there but maybe we could evolve like a like a dino foot three two or three toes that's all when you got like a simple body plan this is like a hawks gene thing where like they're these special genes that do layout and it's better to just sort of rely on the same ones that say like okay there's going to be five things we're going to do it on this side and this side not on the bottom two and that worked well enough yeah it might be better to have fewer toes but it's even better to not have to like mess within the sort of body plan more which is why we ended up with you know all vertebrates on land having the same body plan ahead on the top two arms to Lex wild the bones in your hands and toes are called Foulland Jeez I remember from a vial and it's fun word eight were got a bunch of philanthropy hands are amazing Ryan quite a bit yeah sometimes you look at them near like what beautiful delicate perfect little machine and also when you talk to hard you like your tangents and Hank I'm seventy one years old and even though I have lots of Nice clothing no interest in dressing up I generally wear t shirts blue jeans and a sweatshirt but when you get old and you don't dress well people try to give you money on the street I enjoy the visibility the of old age and maintain that I could wear fuzzy pink slippers and no one would notice my wife on the other hand always looks her best and dresses up very nicely when we go out together it's a mismatch she never says is anything but I sense that it bothers her tonight join a twelve step group that was a big big I feel like you don't need it full stop look nice sometimes now that maybe the steps is like learning how to wear a new piece of right like this is the kind of twelve step group but I'm not the traditional IRA with the socks and then got from there how many do I have twelve pieces of clothing no talk sock shoe shoe over one sock at a time because that could be a fashion choice so you throw in a watch and a couple of rings get up to shoelaces are they close Oh maybe them as an accessory counter shoelace if you count a what assume.

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"moose" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"moose" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"And today, I'm joined by the wonderful. Stacey don't know. Today. We have some fun that weird news stories. I am excited because the first one starts with a moose, and I like. Yes. I still don't think that should be the plural of moose. It sounds very unnatural. Yeah. I reading it. I kept reading the word moose as like either singular. And then I'd be like, oh, so they just mean one moves like that doesn't work. There's only one moose in the world when they won moose, and then everything just got thrown off. And then I would switch the plural. I'm like well now that doesn't work when I read the story. So it was confusing to me. Anyway, the plural of Moose's just so you all know, our first story takes place at a Colorado resort with moose and the started win a woman in an effort to warn of the dangers of moose posted a video on social media of a moose charging skiers and snowboarders at a ski resort the woman's name was Lauren drugs world, and she captured the video at Breckenridge ski resort again in Colorado, the video shows a large bull moose approach, and then charge a crowd of people. Apparently, though there were no reports of injuries. So that's good. See once before you got to the crowd of people the sound like, and I'm pretty sure there is a commercial that deals with the moose that insurance commercials. We know because we've seen a lot. I'm yeah. Charging swing set. Probably. But if there's a moose Ed this just feels like a joke. But then you get people in like, oh my gosh. This was that. Commercial in real life. Apparently, the resort CEO. John bueller? He made a statement saying that staff tries to prevent guests from approaching the highly territorial, moose, which are revolvers. Generally, the moose are peaceful and the can turn aggressive, though, if they feel threatened and their urban force like an eight you, but they're big, and they have giant Ehlers's feel like you need to sign on the road warning moose territory or something do not bother potentially not feed the animals do not threaten the moose. Yeah. Exactly. Don't approach. Also, the Colorado parks and wildlife spokesman has name is Mike porous porous. Yeah. He said that the agency has jurisdiction over moose and the wildlife officers on the only law enforcement personnel that can decide if they want to tranquilize and then move a moose..

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