21 Burst results for "Mr. Beast"

"mr. beast" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"For myself worth. I feel like. I've always been pretty good at that but but no no but i think there's something wrong with me. I feel i feel like i've always just been chill like pretty like why i don't know this way but i think that goes into literally any aspect of my life and i don't like that but i don't think i'm like wired. I know joke. I think just confused myself like i wanna care more. The only things really truly like die for live four is like my family friends and my dogs but like easing. No i should care more about work. But i don't know no no no no. Yeah yeah a lot. I feel like i don't know i do. I want to more like i. I was just telling someone recently about how when we go to summit. And i miss i feel like at youtube. Summit is the peak of when i realized i am so different from every other creator in a bad way though. When you're not like mr beast. I'm not like your boyfriend like i feel like i. Just there's like a screw missing. Sometimes i'm like hello. Why don't you care more about these things. Because i wrong that when i talk to you are lawrence any other creator but i like you guys all think the same. Have you care so much about the views. Unlike your so but even all easy to who's very new to youtube like the way that you guys. He's three on the two but did not. Everybody of youtube is a three. No actually probably probably are probably a lot of people like me like we get our value. Like validation of who we are with success in goals and stuff were you do with your friends and family like your relationships too. You mean more than anything. The so if you're if you're relationship with cal is doing good. That makes you have the best week. If if my fucking video performance while i'm like oh my god i'm having came to training and i was like no no because my video was turning in it. Got a million views which is toxic. Fuck but it can also be if you have that with like relationships to we're just people are just different. I don't like me why everyone loves you and you're so lovable and everyone's just like miami's the care more. Though i really do i think you do. I don't think you'd give yourself enough credit. Thank you so like cooking with remmy. Thank you i will say the one good thing i have been lightly feeling the views thing though of just i've noticed i saw i was like That didn't do well anyway. So but like i did acknowledge that i'm like tell me. Why do you think all of your validation is in views. I think it's just the only way to gauge of something successful like as a creator. The only i read an article about black widow. Underperforming and blah blah blah. Yes but it's still a great movie and like the director shouldn't be like oh that one was like a fail young naming. Okay i want to know why. I mean we've had this conversation a billion gazillion times in our friendship. Why do you think your you validate view so much. And why you are so reliant on that for your self worth. Ooh multiple thoughts. The main wine is as a creator. You really don't have many ways to gauge. If something is successful right totally so it's really just views money like way to speed like. Oh this did well. This performed well people like that which obviously needs to not care about the as much also though myself like. I'm very aware that i would say eighty percent of my week is me working so what the fuck is all that point. If it's not doing well. I had an epiphany jets. Naturally i think that the reason why individually we feel so emotionally tied to what for you your work and for me my relationships. It's we personally view as what we're best at Offering world right like you know. I don't think it's necessarily like it's not an a vein or like narcissist. I'm so good at working like you're like i'm really good at cleaning connecting with people in that way in which i don't been making video. What are you are you kidding. I know i'm not gonna make any. I know i'm not going to know. I am look where we are. We need to be self-aware pair to casey nights that i am not gonna making video. You're not you're a great entertainer. I'm a cinematographer. Should i know. But i know i'm really good at connecting with people and just leading why you're so successful though like people genuinely feel so connected to you watching their bugs like genuinely. That's why i'm like you. Don't make what. What are you talking about because to me. I see you as such a successful blogger. Bitch my cameras blurry the me like. But that's why people love you but we think we can add value to a person or the world. Yeah if ever brought down in any way or someone yeah if one of your relationships isn't going well even like friendship or something and you're like wow. I'm good friend. i know. I'm oh. I literally cry myself to sleep shower to solving. Yeah exactly but. I think it's just what we feel that we can offer the most and that's why we are so torn. That's why i don't give a fuck in any a dozen times. Like i haven't seen like that relative and forever bunker. I don kerr played. We just have fun. I think it's interesting. It's a slippery slope for sure. And my brain one trees what everyone listening to because you can leave a comment below. Tell us what you.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"If you had fifty six million subscribers in your main channel and you weren't taking a salary basically like you just pays himself. I think sixty grand a year or something crazy low. He's raised enough money to plant twenty million trees on his last video about being buried alive for fifty hours. He's gotten thirty four million views in two days which is an example of his impact. The guy is insane. I love that strategy of just reinvest. In long-term he takes it to absolute extreme. I don't know how you win against him because he's got youtube on his backer. Man i wanna sleep. He's it's you can't beat the guy who's not playing the same game as you. He doesn't care about buying a ferrari or building a three car garage or having an castle all he cares about all the only thing that gives them. Satisfactions is growing his following. You if he doesn't play the same game as everybody else. I don't have a chance against that guy. Got a kid. I gotta feed got married. Gotta go and got a dinner. Ah got like obligations in life. Which i love and i'm happy for but i'm not playing game is there's no frigging way. I can compete with that guy and all the power to i think it's just fascinating but if you want to be the best at anything you have to play infinite games. What do you think about the viability though. Just to pull this a little bit. More viability of that company juice in being so early to creators don't the mandate in terms of whether or not they're investing in channels that have a million subscribers or wet. But where do you see the opportunity in terms of investing in individual creditors. Guess if you're a top end creator and your options for capital to fund some of the cool things you're wanting to do. Are you going to mr beast or you're going to a sixteen z. Or you're gonna go to some venture firm vancouver like you're somebody who has three hundred and fifty thousand subscribers. You're doing really well. You're probably profitable and mr beast comes to you. And here's a million dollars. I want to see you at four million subs but end of the year. Who are you going is the guy who all he wants to do is see you succeed. Or you're gonna go with chad and brad at venture fund one. You know you're going with him to me. Any marketing goes into to an extent especially in the crater industry. You can't compete with them.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"It really taps into the market really likes to see which is an increase in the dispersion of the revenues that are coming into the business and i think that every single one of those majors. I talked to a major amazon. Google facebook microsoft's kind of lacked that community aspect. I mean linked in kind of. Is that for them. In a messenger. I mean every single messaging platform that they've ever bought their own has been absolute garbage and died. I mean there's no shortage of memes on twitter talking about how they're basically the grim reaper for great messaging apps. I mean they destroyed skype they destroyed. What else they. They ruin anyways. There's not a lot. There's not a great history but nadal doesn't have anything but like a great track record when it comes to acquisitions he's been fantastic. So i'm very excited to see how this kind of builds on the current business i mean to me. Microsoft has the greatest rundle in the world in microsoft office. The nothing better than that. And i think this adds a second one. And they're going to have the two two of the top ten rentals in the world. I was listening to a pivot. Podcast with scott scott g and he was saying that at least in his opinion he feels like this probably pushes microsoft to the most valuable company in the world again. And i kind of agree with that because i mean a businesses greater than ten employees microsoft is definitely the the largest customer of all of those businesses and very one of them uses their suite that office suite. And if you're looking for companies. That have moats i mean. No one's got a bigger moat than them. They got arguably one of the most talented. Ceo's a great not only that the government isn't going after them. You look into whether you be on twitter your wall street journal. You're looking at amazon news. And a twitter war they're having with bernie sanders and his followers. Never do cms in there. It's facebook getting destroyed. Google getting destroyed amazon getting poundstone Microsoft stays in the corner it keeps to itself. Even apple is a little bit louder right and to me i really love this acquisition a good. My cousin dallas is like joel a need to buy this discord ipo. Mike dude microsoft. I think that's probably going to get it. Sorry man that the company company's gonna ten x like you probably right but it's gonna ten accent side of microsoft. Not inside of your. Utsa able to pull on another thread from that conversation between bill..

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"mr. beast" Discussed on Trent365

Trent365

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Trent365

"Mr beast book is. They are all the rage latest sensation. If you haven't heard the story or put a link to in the comments below you can go and check it out. But in short. Mr beast is a youtube sensation. I believe last year and twenty twenty. He was the highest earner on the platform. That's how big this guy is. And he recently partnered with a virtual dining concept company to create the mr beast burger restaurant chain. And he's doing this by setting them up inside of virtual kitchens inside of actual bricks and mortar restaurants as opposed to dot kitchens but the similar concept is something you could use in your business. Think about your business if you had a local restaurant. I'm not suggesting you partner with mr beast because that might be a little bit out of your league but you have a local pizza restaurant and you go and partner with a local food critic for example to get them to come in and create their perfect menu so you don't have to create a whole new dishes and how new menu items you can just basically tight the best of what you've got according to them and so for one night or three nights in a row you could have the food critics special menu flash pop up inside of your restaurant. And so you leveraging that person's influence that person's network to come in and boost your business and you could do a revenue share with them along those lines as well if you had a spa or selling for example you could partner with a beauty blogger to get them in to say. We'll hair my favorite products these in my favorite treatments once again. You're not necessarily creating new treatments products and services although you could if you wanted to. But you don't have to. You could just basically take the best of what you've got according to that influence and then you brand it flash mode or pop up mode for one or two nights or a week or month to however long you wanted to be and what you're doing is leveraging the influence the influence it gets a bit of a revenue boost as well. You get a boost of exposure your business and everybody wins. I think is fantastic concept. And i think right now especially when times are tough. Everybody who's got a business that sells a product or service that could benefit by partnering with an influence at to get out of people to come in. I think you absolutely should be trying. Go and check it out. Check out. Mr be story. It's a fantastic story and let me know if you think you could do it with your business or that

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Using Local Influencer-Branded Flash Concepts To Boost Your Business

Trent365

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Using Local Influencer-Branded Flash Concepts To Boost Your Business

"Mr beast book is. They are all the rage latest sensation. If you haven't heard the story or put a link to in the comments below you can go and check it out. But in short. Mr beast is a youtube sensation. I believe last year and twenty twenty. He was the highest earner on the platform. That's how big this guy is. And he recently partnered with a virtual dining concept company to create the mr beast burger restaurant chain. And he's doing this by setting them up inside of virtual kitchens inside of actual bricks and mortar restaurants as opposed to dot kitchens but the similar concept is something you could use in your business. Think about your business if you had a local restaurant. I'm not suggesting you partner with mr beast because that might be a little bit out of your league but you have a local pizza restaurant and you go and partner with a local food critic for example to get them to come in and create their perfect menu so you don't have to create a whole new dishes and how new menu items you can just basically tight the best of what you've got according to them and so for one night or three nights in a row you could have the food critics special menu flash pop up inside of your restaurant. And so you leveraging that person's influence that person's network to come in and boost your business and you could do a revenue share with them along those lines as well if you had a spa or selling for example you could partner with a beauty blogger to get them in to say. We'll hair my favorite products these in my favorite treatments once again. You're not necessarily creating new treatments products and services although you could if you wanted to. But you don't have to. You could just basically take the best of what you've got according to that influence and then you brand it flash mode or pop up mode for one or two nights or a week or month to however long you wanted to be and what you're doing is leveraging the influence the influence it gets a bit of a revenue boost as well. You get a boost of exposure your business and everybody wins. I think is fantastic concept. And i think right now especially when times are tough. Everybody who's got a business that sells a product or service that could benefit by partnering with an influence at to get out of people to come in. I think you absolutely should be trying. Go and check it out. Check out. Mr be story. It's a fantastic story and let me know if you think you could do it with your business or that

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"mr. beast" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"Cool sheet is to be a human and this human is jackie. Joe and he is immigration. He's thirty one. He was born in busan in south korea. And he's known as a magician and a quick change artist. Which is i guess. A enough of separate field of magic that it's got its own title. Quick change is a unique magic performance. Where performers costumes constantly changing and impossible manner. So that's kind of one of the things he's known for. Of course he does other stage magic that you're kind of more traditional you know. Magicians you would see on the stage performing and say vegas or things like that and he also is really good and known for his close up magic so that can be more of either street performers when they're doing the card tricks and the different things you know. Pick a car. Do this a follow the bouncing ball or whatever follow the ball and the cups and things like that. That's kinda more closer bajic and that sub genre so he's really good at that and what that's really translated to is with the pandemic that was happening in twenty twenty he he he was on tiktok all of these other platforms and he did close up magic to people on omega l- or these other various where you meet strangers online and then he'll just start doing these clothes magic tricks with them and it blows them away of course a seeing their reaction also and again. It's about personality. So this guy is so happy. He has really broken english but he he i think he says he's known as the or the something. He has a couple of little catch phrases that era of english. But not a ton one of them's watch in one. It's like ooh in it. He has really infectious laugh when in between his jokes as a high school student. Two thousand six asia's greatest magic contest and he was on a british talent. I think america's got helen all those other shows like. He's definitely worth checking out. Jackie yo oh yeah that's just made for tiktok like where you can just swipe their like see a cool little magic trick really quickly.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"We share our ten favourite things of the moment. Anything goes hello. Everyone i'm brain hurt. I'm karen mcfarlane holman in here. We are with another episode of tim. Bessis you excited. Yes good and i'm excited to hear. What another reviewer has to say that's right. We have another review that we wanted to read. This is from scott. Gw 'em he says fast paced optimistic content every week. Always a good way to start the week long time listener of cool sheets and excited to see the show continue. Anger grow as ten best us. So that's cool Along timeless. I love it. Yeah that's true you know. we're pretty optimistic. I would say yeah. That's kind of definitely to become a cushy. You have to be something pretty cool. So that usually lends itself to more optimistic things. But i think we both kind of liked to focus on the good things that are out there because there's so many negative ones that we don't need to spend time everybody knows about those all right. Well i am going to go. I and my first call sheet is it's a love story. You know horrible situations so we talk about how domestically are in here here. I am talking about This article is love. And that's reunited seventy two years later so this was in the new york times in december of two thousand eighteen. Actually and i was going to have it back then vehicle. She'd and it kind of went off my radar and then it was re introduced to me on the daily every sunday. They read one of their articles. Accuse one of their smart apps that they're also you can download and pay for real one of articles. So i was read this article to me again and the backstory of the author which is also very cool. And it's about these. Two people david wyss snia and He met helen spitzer or zippy as she was known in. Nineteen forty-three at an hush s- crematory. But he quickly realized she was no ordinary inmate. She was clean always neat. She wore a jacket and smelled good. And just the fact that she was talking to a male guards and was in this she definitely was a kind of a privileged prisoner and some people did have that even though they were in this horrible situation. Same thing mr Wiz neha was also. He was a singer so he could sing any entertained and that gave him some special privileges as well and zippy was a graphic design artist for the camp and it was really interesting. She were first. She worked doing very grunt labor and a chimney fell on her. She got hurt. She could talk away. She knew some german so she talked about her skills. And when i love is she also put hidden messages in some of the graphics and ended up helping a lot of the resistance movements The story then goes into this. Love story which is amazing. And i kinda don't want to give it away. But i'm also out of time so definitely read or listen to lovers and shoots reunited seventy two years later church. Yes i am so intrigued now and also it is it. Sounds like it's a happy ending in some sense that they both survived. And then apparently they got to see each other again. So yeah and a fell the became lovers and they fell in love. And they made this pact to meet in a certain place in when they both got out if they both got out and obviously seventy two years later didn't quite work out the way that they planned so when they do reunite and the story that evolves with that is so beautiful. I didn't even get to that part. Which is so amazing. Mostly zippy is an amazing person. Jack her own cool. She more sure. I want to learn more about her because the things that she was doing kind of reminded me as a simone seguin a little bit amazing people that stepped up in these fathomable circumstances and then did so much. Good kind of behind the scenes in all of these things you know. She was entrusted with all the. She was really putting your life on the line. Though entrusted with this privilege got to do more things and really took advantage of it in big ways which is really cool to learn about. Oh well. I can't wait to read that. Yeah and a love story part of it. We'll just it's a tear jerker version so beautiful. Oh i bet all right. Thank you for that. Welcome okay my first call sheet. I'm going to be talking about. It's a movement it's an organization and it is worldwide and it is called leader of light. So it's a global grassroots movement committed to providing affordable sustainable solar light to people who have limited or no access to electricity so this is of course a worldwide problem and first world countries of course but in many countries access to clean water and access to electricity and many other things and so this organization is specifically looking at late to be able to provide that to people they work with a lot of partnerships around the world. They are based out of the philippines and japan's of their east asia. Or i guess part of asia and they have done so much work that is just amazing so they have at this point installed three hundred and fifty thousand bottle lights in more than fifteen countries and the way that they do is by reusing plastic bottles and then using very simple different components that you can learn to put together and then they teach people how to do it and then that gives them the power no pun intended but to be able to create this for themselves and they also want there to be more people to help make this happen and so there's some really cool ways that anyone anywhere can learn hands on how to create an install these bottle lights and so they invite anyone to contact them and you can also do things like invite friends or do some kind of team building activity to do that and then contribute to this global movement leader of light show. That sounds really really cool. I have never heard of it yet. No it's a little project. It's amazing and they did this. They travelled around the world on a ship with another organization called peace boat. I think it's called the and they. It was a from eighteen twenty nineteen. They were just going on this mission worldwide to do this so they've got mostly i would say their main. I guess headquarters are in philippines japan. You ask and columbia but they are worldwide. So it's really awesome. Awesome very cool. I like it. Thank you for sharing that. My and next clue. She is a two for. This is going to be hard to get in two minutes on a why try do this. But it's a website and their websites once called sounds of the forest and the other one's called tree fm but they are connected so sounds of the forest. they're collecting the sounds of woodlands and forest from all over the world. Creating a growing sound map bringing together orel towns and textures of the world's woodland's this is open source library to be used by anyone to listen to and to create from. So you can even go into your own forest in your neighborhood and record a soundscape of that and then send it into the website which is so called when you go to the website. You just see all these little wave forms and a map a world map so there's tons of already going on and you can click on any one of them and it tells you where it's located so this one i just did was davis california in the united states and it was a record by tiffany. She says this is a well known public place and the only time where there was at least amount of people woods at night. She did it at night when she recorded this. And then you can play the sound which is really cool. Of course i love forest and nature and things like that. I know you do as well. Karen so i know you'll love this website. Anybody that likes the sounds of that forest. If you can't get out there maybe this is the next best thing and tree. Fm is again as a collaboration with them and their websites really simple. It's basically you just click a button and it says listen to a random forest so just picks one forty you out of that list of from sounds of the forest website but it's their own website. It's this beautiful picture of a forest comes up in these sounds and then it says you know where it's coming from this in in france as the one that just popped up and then you can just go to the next forest in a new one comes up and you can listen to that. Sound i as you want. It's so cool. I love both of these websites. Sound of the forest and tree dot fm. Oh you are so right. I love this so so much and it does it ties in with some former.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"If it doesn't get miss times, it's 13 19 that there's only one record she liked covers her mouth and everything like that. She's just like, Oh, my God, because they did it they use in game timer, so you can never tell if you really broke the speed record or not, And then for somebody to come right after that, and break another world record. I don't think they could have picked any better games to do it on then Sonic games because you got to go fast. It's great for the awesome games done quickly. They have those two world records, huh? An interesting discovery was made over the last few weeks as one Twitter user. Hey, I'm heroic realized that the non player characters and Zelda breath of the wild are actually just an advanced version of the Me designs from the Nintendo Wii. With this knowledge to use of modeling, you can actually put your own custom Mieze into breath of the wildest end PCs All right harmony of weird beards. Nintendo characters are in breath of the wind. Have you have you got in modern yourself in his link yet? I have not because Nintendo's very like mean to people. That mob all right. If you do that, and I find out they're gonna come a knockin. Yes, I just like I I will watch other people do it. I would live vicariously through them. But it's funny because you once you learn that and you go back and look at breath of the wild characters, you can tell that they're like, just Like modified me One step evolve means, Yeah, they have the same eyes and the eyebrows and then, like took people this long toe like realize it. Honestly, I don't know it's crazy. Popular YouTube star. Mr Beast is known for giving back, but he's topped any other charity effort I've heard of in recent memory. In his recent video, he bought out an entire clothing store for $85,000, an entire grocery store for 120,000, even a Gamestop and a car lot, giving everything away. In total he spent somewhere between 607 $100,000. Out of his own pocket. There was no sponsor attached the video. It took eight U hauls to deliver the food to pantries. They did lift Lena leave some for the local people come in and still get their groceries gave the cars the way Two people who just came on to the dealership is not so this guy's YouTube channel must just print can imagine how much he much made to be able to go and spend 6 to 700,000. But think about like Maybe, but it's also a business investment. Like I guarantee you he's getting another dress. Oh, yeah. Two equal back whatever you spend the views on whatever the videos that he's posted in the relationship, how much goodwill he's you know, garnering because of this, like I've never watched a Mr Beast video before, But I'm gonna start. Hey, I've been watching me either before, but I'm so happy to hear that somebody's using their status as an influencer for good things. Yes, hundreds of every other celebrity world or not just doing something like like, Look. No offense to Pokey Main and, like beauty pie and in them, you know, he's like, Oh, I'm limiting my donations. That doesn't actually help anybody else. It just gives you good will. This is doing both? Legendary Tetris player Jonas Neubauer passed away last week due to a sudden medical emergency. He was 39 years old, and in his time he went seven classic Tetris World Championships between 2 2010 and 2017. He started playing Tetris when he was just eight years old. Now you might remember recognized him from a viral clip from I think. Two years ago, the World championship. To wear a 17 year old kid beat him for the final that that was what ended his streak in 2018, 18 and S. So he was like. It's a really wholesome moment because you can see him sitting there, and he's like he's already out. So then the younger kids if he, like the younger kid either has to keep going and can beat him or he's gonna fail out and the other guy's gonna win. And you saw him the moment that he realized he was going to lose that this young 17 year old was gonna like, pull off an impossible thing and beat him. He came over and gave the kid a hug. Afterwards. It was like a really nice guy about it, so sport. It's really sad to hear the passing of somebody like this is a bummer. That's it for the checkpoint in speed gaming news update form or you can head on over to our website checkpoint XP dot com. Alright Crim six, a call of duty player is worried about the future of the CDL because of cheating. Weird beard. What is going on in this idea? Well, first of all we burned, Why is it all the games? You like? There's just rampant cheating. Everywhere we look C s go, CDL. I don't wanna I don't even want to know what this bloody speed running community look like. I don't know what it is. I think we kind of touched on this in the middle of last year when it was announced that for the pro season of call of duty next year is going to be switching to PC. So you're still gonna have all the pros playing on controllers, but it's going to be bait. East off of like playing on PC machines, and the concern with that was like, Hey, you put it on PC. It's gonna be way easier to hack way easier to, like cheat and whatnot in, um and I'll let Hexi Hexi we've talked about before. He's the owner of Chicago. Optic, uh, talk a little bit about why it's so important to put some type of anti cheating there. There's a lot of money with no anti G That is, that is the that is well. We don't know where it's going, obviously like it's a massive, massive corporation. You know, with people they get paid What they're supposed to be getting paid The man according to the market demands, but there should be some of that allocated to two things in my opinion, right?.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"It's if you get a full blue runoff georgia. It's going to be nuts. Everything's gonna be legal. Three hundred and sixty million people that already smoke weed are going to be able to spend money legally and then have taxed billions in revenue millions and jobs in right now. It's the fastest growing sector with the with the worst multiples. It's like legitimately cheap like on evaluation perspective. I can't believe it which is hilarious. Because everyone i know used to shit all over me for saying that the valuations were absolutely insane back in two thousand seventeen because they were but now they're not. We're literally moving from cannabis. One point out a two point. Oh i think and we. We talked about this with with and a little bit. But i'm i'm more convinced. Now now this does not mean. Put one hundred percent of your money into something as ridiculous as cannabis does mean as watched the news. It's going to be interesting to see and maybe watch a brave new world again. Because i know algae's hawksley predicted this obama. So that might be what i'm reading over christmas. Break man. yeah so. Let's let's finish off with a couple of things what do you. What do you got going on for the next ten days of doing nothing while the last episode leading up to christmas. So not setting this podcast probably just trying to read As much as i can trying to get caught up on some of the books on the shelf about you. Yeah i got a couple. I got i gotta dig myself into but i've i've been crushing a couple of tv shows. I watched have you seen your honor onshore showtime now haven't with bryan cranston now is a guest. It's soga geico. Go watch that and then industry which is like this british investment banking joe. It is so provocative like it's billions combined with girls. It's like but these kids are like twenty two years old and doing a lot of drugs. Having a lot of sex not sleeping it paints the industry in a very negative light but.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"I don't think there's a there's a reason why like ninety percent of restaurants fail to think that you can open up. Three hundred of them and be successful is beyond arrogance. It is like the most ridiculous thing i've ever heard. So i mean there's people that spend their lives cultivating three restaurants and think you can set up. Three hundred is insane however what it does is it opens up this possibility for a joint venture where you have under utilized kitchens that are spread across all of north america. Hell old europe. You have all of these different these places that are i mean no matter how you look at it. There's no way you need to have fifteen teaches. Kitchens and strip mall fifteen different items. This is there's going to be winners and losers in the space is going to be a ton of drop off. There's an enormous chef from. Who's one and and who's been able to to to utilize this new optionality and then those that didn't and i think that mr beast has given this. He's he's basically just said. Hey you wanna make my food. I'll pay you for it. Because i got i got forty million people. That are interesting buying it so you you want end. It means the number one downloaded app on itunes right now ask ridiculous for guy that's never been made. A burger in his life throws his name on something. Like guys think that lebron james is popular. Well i mean forty million subscribers on youtube this guy like put this in context you have. Hbo has what twelve million subscribers disguise. Four times hbo. He's huge insane. So this is it's unbelievable. I think super cool. I really do hope that. He isn't intending on building. Out three hundred of these kitchens and just going at it but because like i said the food industry there's a reason why it's. It's hyper competitive. It's very difficult. It's one of the most competitive most difficult industries in the world and to think that you can go in and do three hundred of them. I would caution you to that. However if he's able to be like. Hey i'm he's basically saying come franchise my my bryant in not so many words.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"Stands for and represents because if if you don't follow them on youtube fall on twitter and just look at his pin thread of his plan for youtube and what he's gonna do with all his money. Basically plans to to die was zero dollars. He wants to give everything away. He's building these other channels around his main channel. So you can operate that one at a loss with forty million subscribers so you can imagine how much money's going away but to set the stage for this restaurant conversation. We talked about this backing Literally february or march of this year when we were talking about how fast casual was catching on and the restaurant industry was changing even before the pandemic really set him and then i think there was kind of three stages since the pandemic started or covert came to be. Which was you know. All these restaurants kind of had to adapt the there was locked down procedures and things like that so they they shifted to to take out these restaurants that previously would never even thought of doing takeout for me in vancouver aniline. It comes to mind. It's a restaurant that's a little bit fancier in a sense that they just have a brand to protect they would never have ever considered doing. Take out if there was no coca so they they did that. Restaurants have to adapt businesses entrepreneurs. The spirit comes out and they do that then they realize you know what if you don't have an email us you don't have an audience already. That doesn't help mean we didn't. We didn't make enough money to be able to survive so now we have to you know. Bite the bullet eater shirt a little bit and put her menu on delivery apps because those are the people with audience. So they did that. They're sacrificing to thirty percent on all these meals that they're selling through delivery apps and barely staying alive and then this is kind of where the idea of ghosts. Kitchens comes in because entrepreneurial spirit comes in again and ghost..

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"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"In this week's episode. We'll do update of how markets are reacting to the most recent round of stimulus. Talk a little bit about the canadian. Climate carbon plan than shift into more of a deep dive into how restaurants are handling covid in more specifically celebrity food brands. Like you may have heard. Mr b's just came out with these burgers. Rondo answering couple listener questions and a prediction for twenty twenty one. So as joe can you bring me up to speed on what happened in the last week in the markets and god. Thank god right So we're starting to see some fatigue today more specifically we had Like a nine hundred billion dollar stimulus package passed by senate which effectively gave every regular human being america's six hundred dollars Which led to a extension to every meam that has ever been created in the last ten months being joked on so the four the market has continued to remain on and and continue to grow specs emerging markets commodities. They're all really booming. Mean today excluded. You have all time. Highs across almost every index the action of some commodity based laggards like australia and canada. And we got last week from the fed a pretty good structural outlook for their Their dot plot say so. What does that mean for investors. Well that outlay gives us an idea as to how quick or whether or not they will either stimulate or they may start increasing interest rates. Whatever it might be so kind of laid out in their last meeting in the last year last address was that they're going to remain accommodate of dovish or she don't know what those words mean they're going to keep interest rates low and they're going to continue to maintain their programs until they see some form of meaningful inflation. Now they're the way that they measure inflation is. There's a basket of goods that contribute to the price overall price of it and They see something in that two and a half three percent range. They're going to be happy. They start to see that moving. If any of the factors that go into that basket start to increase they will begin to react. And they'll begin to tighten so you look at that and that that gives a signal to investors because now they know that they're the rates that they've locked in for their homes are fairly safe for the foreseeable future. Discount rates that they're applying stocks are probably. It's it's probably too high. They could probably start to increase or reduce the lending costs. So there's going to be people that are more willing to take risks because no longer are pumping money into bonds because you're bonds pay nothing. Interest rates are at all time lows. And it's likely until we see some form of job snap back or realizable inflation. The normalization of of interest rates just isn't likely to occur..

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MrBeast Confirms 'Beast Gaming' League of Legends Team

The Business of Esports

04:03 min | 2 years ago

MrBeast Confirms 'Beast Gaming' League of Legends Team

"This is an article from from dadi. Sports it's an interesting one and it's about you know very famous youtuber. Here mr beast. The headline is mr beast confirms beast. Gaming league of legends team is happening. The content creator said the team won't be created until at least after the upcoming season however And so he's tweeted that he wants to own his own league of legends team And the us something in the works and it's not clear in which you know which region or anything like that but It's funny he says since his initial post industry voices raisch ranging from tsm to fanatic co saint matthews have reached out and expressed interest in collaborating with the creator was nearly forty six million subscribers on his main youtube channel right so we've talked a lot about celebrities going and starting sports teams right We have david beckham with guild and you have a bunch of nba stars who have all invested this is. This is a pure youtuber right. This is a guy was businesses digital content right now to begin with and wants to go by any sports team. Driest if you guys see this as a new i don't want to call it a trend but as a new kind of occurrence any sports something that we should be paying attention to. Because it's a first or if you think this is just more of the same like this is no different than a david beckham going and starting sports. I'm curious if you guys are looking at this as a unique occurrence or is just more of what's been happening lindsay ugo i. I don't want to jump down this one. What do you think i to be a paul thought. 'cause you have the most feelings about celebrities in the east space so now that it's a gaming celebrities at different so he's not really a gaming celebrity right duke celebrity. Get but he gave to. There's a simple reason why i like this better right. The guy has forty six million captive eyeballs. Right when this is your starting point. Yeah and and and and it hasn't like david beckham. They had to pay him twenty million dollars for whatever eyeballs he brought to the table. Right mr beast here is bringing his own. Eyeballs is forty. Six million. Which i'm guessing is bigger than anything. David beckham brings to the table in a in a medium. He understands right video digital entertainment. Like this is something. He's been very successful at. I like this right. Like i kind of like mr bean. Mr beast should be mr beast as a league of legends team owner. Right to me it. It makes more sense. David beckham has sixty five million instagram followers. Does he really cook. Oh k lindsay dropping. The i know real celebrity like the main. Yeah in my world. Mr is more important than they. David beckham paul. I don't think i disagree with you here. I think this makes a ton of sense. He's like the value like it's an eyeballs business. He's known how to drive eyeballs. You know the the only risk is that top list and how many organizations were hybrids or pure performance. Right like it's not just a matter like unless is going to be a faze clan and a game like league it's very cutthroat performance does matter more than other things like it's not a slam dunk that just because the guy knows how to make youtube videos. He can assemble a top roster and have them when things and that is going to be important. I also suspect this guy is smart enough to partner with people who know how to do that. Plain and simple. You know what i mean.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on Broke Millennial Finance Podcast

Broke Millennial Finance Podcast

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Broke Millennial Finance Podcast

"You can definitely do a lot like let's just say, it's YouTube even if you make one video week that two hours you can spend perfecting a like editing it and all that stuff. You can go on from there. Let's say you want to drop ship that's perfectly fine. You can start learning learning that beige. Then start building up the site start dropshipping from that. Also. There's like so many things you can do fiber has another one you can make a podcast like yeah, you can do a lot of things in that extra free time that you are not getting. Yeah, and you know, one of the managers people have is okay. I I want to do this but I don't know, you know how to do it or what to do it on. For example, I don't know what to make a podcast on home, you know, the the real truth to it is you just have to get started with anything. Yeah anything that you like? Okay, so just get started with it and you know, as long as you're consistent right page and you know actually put in some work most likely will do good. Yeah, and I I want to like kind of talk to fods point there. Like it's like we had fought we had a few YouTube channels before we like we stop using those but like we should start and this is like a while ago probably 10 plus years ago, but it was just us playing around in testing stuff out. We just didn't know what to do. Like, it's just you have to like you have to try and then see if it fails Perfectly fine. You'll learn from that failure. If it's just something that didn't interest you you now know. Oh, maybe this is something that I don't want to do. I always like using mr. Beast as an example cuz he's been doing it for so long and he was never successful at it, but he did like doing it. So he always continued with his same channel and he just kept going with that and then you know, his things he he found what he liked like those crazy videos he does and he just kept with that flow. So it's like you have to like you have to at least try first. Yeah, it's fine. If you feel I perfectly fine if you guys feel I don't think there's anything wrong with feeling. Yeah learn from home. Yeah, and you know, there's a difference between failing and just not liking if you don't like it then I guess that's a reason for you to stop, you know, and you know stop and try something else not just stop and do nothing. But you know, if you just feel at it, right, you know, that should be a learning point, you know, maybe down the line you can start again right or like you track. Maybe you you look at yourself like all right. These are the table. I did wrong. Yeah, let's try again with with like better improvements to this. We won't do these same ten mistakes. Yeah, definitely. So yeah. So the next one I would say is length of time management skills and project management skills. So these two skills, I believe that are you know, really important regardless of what field you're in so whether you know, you become an accountant programmer or whatever whatever it is under preneur business. I feel like it won't feature. It doesn't matter. Yeah, if you have your own business, these are the two skills. You would need across the board, right? And you know, they go a long way and you know, there's two skills can define whether you succeed or not in your business. Yeah, I agree. I like whatever field you're in again. It doesn't even have to be those two main ones. I know we kind of talked a lot bout you can be a teacher you can be an engineer those skills matter a lot. Like they help Define who you are and how you can think from that cuz they those skills get brought back to you in the real world. To your own personal life like you can manage your own time from your own self that kind of like gives you that I guess that like to be able to like budget to be able to manage well to be able to manage like your income like it gives that I guess that self-control back and that's exactly exactly that's like the word. I was trying to look for. So yeah, so, you know, once you have that it kind of yeah, like you mentioned it goes across the board to your other habits as well. Yeah, right and I guess the best way to improve on that would be you know, you can definitely watch videos and read books about it. But you know Hands-On skills is probably the best. So that's one example would be for time management is you know, you're doing your homework you have like some homework to do try not to wait till the last minute to complete it, right, you know, if you notice that I'm I'm always, you know, super stressed before every day. I like midnight because I'm trying to complete my homework before 12, right and you know, that's definitely bad time management skills. Yeah, and like just like quitting Still like not go crazy into time management, but there's a lot of ways you can do it the best way for a lot of people that works is you can use Google Calendars free you if you actually like kind of time it out like right between 12 to 2 a.m. I'm going to finish this report that actually does help. It gives you like a sense of like right at this time. I'm doing this you put it in word you put in writing kind of like defined it. I will do this and then you you will often think of like a meeting or something you're going to go to it. You're going to complete this project or task at hand and and you can always start off like let's say there's 10 homeworks. You can sort of small and go big. So once you start knocking the little ones out makes you feel like a sense of accomplishment like yeah. I got all of these down there's just there's one left. I feel good. Like I can now knock this one out as well. Like I said, these are skills that you may not even know that you should have like by doing these things. They go along way. Yeah, definitely and you know, it it might not seem like a lot in the beginning but you know, once you realize our I'm actually accomplishing, you know, finishing things on time or wage Even before earlier right Daniel noticed. Okay. This is what I did for that. And you know, that's what led me to complete this on time or if not early. Yeah. So the next one is increase your fine A literacy obviously being a financial podcast gotta definitely talk about this one. So this one I would highly recommend like again doesn't matter if you're trying to be a millionaire or not. This is something that everyone should be aware of this will help you get go along way in life. You should always increase your financial literacy. You should always know how to manage your wealth manage your money budget yourself and whatnot. And there's a lot of different places and ways you can offer you tube is a great resource and it can be from like any perspective. If you want just general.

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Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor

Gastropod

05:36 min | 2 years ago

Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor

"I am a Coloratura Mr Beast not Annette's. Well, whatever you are on record sal show Debra sent you over here. He didn't. You told me was your age. I nine and in spite of what you think. There are some professions where practice does make perfect. Julie Andrews pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman and still managing to shatter a wine glass with her gorgeous and super powerful voice at least in the movie Victor Victoria. But you know you can't believe everything you see on the big screen like breaking a wine glass with just a perfect flat yeah. I always been a long held ambitions. Break wine glasses of the sound. Some of you longtime gastropod listeners might recognize that Voice Zoe. Laughlin. Is none other than the star of our very first episode who said that mango sorbet tastes sublime on gold spoons hers is the voice that is inspired the purchase of a thousand golden spoons or at least a half dozen that we know about though is not just spoon aficionado. She's a material scientist and director of the Institute of Making at University College London, and this episode we were excited to talk to her again not about gold spoons. But about glass I mean even though I should've understand it on paper. Everything about glasses still sort of extraordinary mysterious like just the fact that is transparent when pretty much everything else isn't transparent is extraordinarily we have a lot of questions this episode for one. How did something? So seemingly delicate and breakable get to be so ubiquitous in the kitchen and also how come you could never put a drinking glass in the oven, but you can cook in a glass dish. What does the? Invention of the bottling machine have to do with a beautiful stretch of protected sand dunes along the shores of Lake Michigan or with the rise of Ketchup and Coca Cola and the abolition of Child Labor for that matter and more importantly can you actually shatter glass using sound did zoe pull it off by the way Cynthia you might not have realized this but this episode is dedicated to your mother glassmaker extraordinaire. Of. Glasswork on display in my house as we speak and I have at least five pieces of fused and stained Tama Graber, glass mom, this one's for you. What is glass? All glass everywhere in the world is at least seventy percent made of sand that's been melted down and it's mixed together in a way that the atoms don't have any kind of order them, and that's what gives rise to it being transparent. You've already heard from Zoe now it's time to meet our other two intrepid glass enthusiasts who will be inducting us into the mysteries of this material. This episode been Speiser journalist and author of a very enjoyable book called the World Grain, the story of Sand and how it transformed civilization and an Isa Ramirez, material scientist and author of another totally delightful. Book. Called the Alchemy of US humans and matter transform one, another Zoe and Isa and bins are all about glass. You cannot overstate how ubiquitous glass is and how important it is to the modern world in which we all live I'm just looking around the kitchen where I'm standing there glass bottles holding olive oil. There's glass windows they're glass fixtures around the glass lightbulbs to everything from you know salt shakers and I glass lenses to things like twenty ton telescope lenses in the world's most powerful telescopes. It's in the fiber optic cables that connect to the Internet fiber optic cables made it literally of Spun. Glass. So really without glass we wouldn't have modern civilization. So we've established that this miraculous foundation of modern civilization is made of melted down sand with a few other ingredients thrown in but to go back another step, and this is a strange question but what is sand and is all sand the same thing? The Word San means just any small pieces Greens right of any hard substance so sand can be. Anything, you know it can be flint it can be courtside anything any kind of stone but the most common form of sand. Most of the sand in the world is courts, which is silicon dioxide and to make glass. That's what you need. You need court sand and you need a specially high security court sand. This seems very fortunate. You need court sand to make glass, and that turns out to be what most of the sand is primarily because courts is so hard that it just outlasts all the other rocks is they're all getting ground down together. You do still have to clean the courts end. Up a bit and get out the last remaining impurities and you have to add a few other ingredients to lower the melting temperature of quartz, and then you heat it up, you need a huge amount of heat. So while I like one, thousand, seven, hundred degrees Celsius which mostly in Fahrenheit I mean it's over three thousand degrees Fahrenheit based bloody hot. Eventually the sand melts and then it re congeals and a weird thing happens when it turns into a solid again, courts is a crystal but glass is not what a weird structure because it's not a crystal crystals are actually made up of atoms arranged like soldiers. In rows but glass is sort of like picture of kindergartners at resets, atoms are all over the place, and so that's what makes it unusual but it's that chaos in the arrangement of atoms that actually gives rise to it having the property of transparency.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It depends upon what the meaning of the word is. Is this anything? Rob Kendal? I'm going to run some stories your way You put that big, beautiful Brownsburg brain of yours to work. You tell everybody if this story is anything or not, let's do it. People are getting antsy. They're ready to get out there ready to travel. So an airport in Taiwan is offering up trips to nowhere for the people who miss traveling. So what they're doing at this airport in Taiwan as you could check into a flight. Go through the security process, board the plane and then sit there for half a day. Just talking to people. Is this. Anything yet? Dumb? They just want to feel like they're traveling with their normal again. This Ito go in the air. No, you don't go anywhere. No. You just check in and sit there. Yes, sir. And people pay money to do this? Yes, sir. Get us dumb. Ah, one of your somebody that doesn't have a lot of friends. And you like to travel and you're missing it This it may be better than just sitting at home, right? Called tender swipe right? They might not have tender in Taiwan. I don't understand the point of all this. You just go and you go sit on a park bench and do the same thing for free. I'm with you on this. I'm just I'm trying to find an angle to be devil's advocate. And I just can't look, I, you know, buy Hate flying and avoided like the plague. No pun intended, but but it was a terrible experience trying to check in and go what people missed this being wanted and stand. And I mean, I don't get what they missed. The worst part about traveling is going through the check in right there, making it sound like this is the best part to make you feel normal again. Like they give you a massage or something in the process. It was terrible. Why would anybody want to do this? So this is nothing. This is nothing. How about this? Four people won a contest held by some youtuber who calls himself Mr Beast. Now the contest was to see who could keep their finger on the phone. The longest. The prize was $25,000. And after more than 70 hours, Mr Beast Gave the final four contestants each $20,000. I have to the final Four contestants on the phone. What do you guys want to say? You both just want 20 grand. Oh, thank you. No, it was three days. Go get sleep. Does anything? Yes, it's an incredible feat of strength. That's something that George Costanza's dad would've loved on Seinfeld. You've got to be careful with these types of contest because again I've been a promotions director and when you run these types off feats of strength.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

"If you WanNa, hear, we do have the sound of the actual moment when Sam one, so this went occurred. It sounds like okay. You're next American. IDOL, which one thousand, nine hundred twenty. Is. Just Sam. You dead. Where was the canal? So at this point Sam's Grandma's on the IPAD and she's so excited, but at the same time you have to picture that Arthur's families is celebrating and Kansas. Arthur Stanley they want scary, it's. That's not. The Internet went out beforehand when they when they announce. Okay. On. Here's the thing. We've beaten this horse to death tested. One Yeah Just San Juan. Apparently, when they had announced the top to the family thought he had one at that point, so just say something Daniel. Here's the problem. I love secrets, but saying end the winner is in you. Hear this polar. Hour and a half you're like. No just give us the winner. So just Sam from Harlem is our winner American idol uptown everything great. Yes, yes. It has been twenty years since Britney. Spears released their sophomore album. oops, I did it again over the weekend. They really cool fan made a awesome video montage. Twenty years of Britney Britney posted on his page. If you want to see, it is there. It's pretty cool. A Brooklyn Federal Judge Denied R Kelly's third requests for freedom in the midst of a coronavirus, the coronavirus crisis. He wanted to get out because he says he's pre diabetic and he could get corona virus. They said too bad. You're not getting out, so they kept him in. Justin Bieber said that. He wishes he hadn't had sex before he got married. He said that yeah. He wishes he had waited I think a lot of people probably would say that that they wish. They had waited until marriage to have sex. What do you think? What can you do nothing? Because you know there's nothing you can do. You can't I never heard sex I would I. WOULD YOU VIRGIN? Yes. That's not on the same page. Lady. Gaga? Fans will not have to wait much longer for her oriented `Grande collaboration. It is coming out Friday at midnight, so they are very excited about that, and if you follow Mr Beast on Youtube, you know that he is one of those guys which is gives away so much money. He is such an amazing person. Well, another youtube or quarter frost, WHO's trying to get Mr Beast donate fifty thousand dollars to him so for like four hundred and fifty six days in a row this. This guy has been eating a picture of Mr Beasts face to try and get Mr Beast tension. He finally has done it so miserably used to take into twitter and he's like guys, should we do? Should we send this guy? Money goes. I'm afraid. This guy's GonNa wind up eating the money just like he's eaten my face, so I don't know if he's going to do it, but we'll see if he does. And over the weekend. We did have some sad news. Fred Willard passed away. Eighty six years old. Bill loved him. If you didn't know his name. You definitely knew his face I mean he was an anchor man. This is spinal tap best in show. If you watched modern family, you was filled, dump his father. He actually has an upcoming Netflix series space for he's in that So yeah, check them out when you get a chance. Could you definitely have seen his work? And over the weekend I don't know if you saw all the graduation ceremonies that were going down there was someone facebook. There was some on television, but they were pretty cool and I know. A lot of graduates felt very special over the weekend I know. There were tons of graduation parades going around my neighborhood over the weekend every time I turn around their horns, beeping and whistles blowing. It was crazy, so congratulations to all the graduates from over the weekend, and that is my Danielle report. Thank you Danielle. Lee Online twenty four. This is an interesting story. I saw your I saw text. Go by Hello Lady So. You're actually moving out of your childhood home. You've been there for how long how many years twenty nine years it yeah, pretty much twenty nine years aside from a few short term stays elsewhere. It's been twenty nine years here. So you're moving out, today is today the day? So this coming, it's this Sunday it'll be. My parents are making their final move out and then about a week later it'll be me. Yeah so it's. It's pretty interesting I've been up all night with my girlfriend packing. We didn't know there was so much stuff here. It accumulates after twenty nine years. You become. A hoarder. You didn't even know it I so bittersweet, right? It's time to move. Where are you going? To be there is only about ten minutes away. It's this nice apartment complex, but for sure bittersweet I didn't know like I would be able to grieve. You know a house. But true though it. You Walk to every room and you. Every room has a memory or memories of things that happened there. Good things bad things. Yeah, you know the House. There's such a difference between. We're talking about this again over the weekend, a difference between a house and a home, right. and. Houses of building a home is where your heart is. You know and so you built a quite a life there, so it's okay, it's okay to be. Sad I get it. Here but you gotTA. Be in around, it's definitely a constant. It's great to have especially in the move of. You know all the questions up in the air. It's good to have you guys every day. I appreciate you being here. Well. We're here til. They fire us. which could be any channel. Too. But you know what it's interesting. It's very fitting that you're moving out of your house. During graduation season, because a lot of a lot of people's lives are moving on series. Lot of people's lives are moving onto a next step in new phase, and you're doing that, too. You're doing it to Lee have a wonderful positive mood, a move and good luck making your new house into your new home okay new memories go. All the way. Thank you very much. We'll stay with. You have a good day. Interesting. Because I'm sitting here in this House that I've owned for. This has been my home for twenty years. You know where I'm I'm hunkering down as they say, and the thought of the thought of not having this house in my life. It makes me sad. Yeah Anyway. Kids were like this house. Because this is where my kids were born in this house, you know this is where they both grew up and we've thought about moving and I always come back to that I always think about wasn't that. This is where we brought the kids home from the hospital every time like. You know. Lead did bring up a good point. After all those years in the house. Look behind you because we're looking at your.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on KTOK

"You live is this the best a man can get eight around masculinity and it's that I videos and not just because people like to watch them but they also want to talk about them and ate them then we had a challenge video from a greater name Mister please Mr beast here today we're gonna buy every item in the store you can try things are gotten over twenty five million subscribers in just two years in this video he went into a store bought everything and donated it to a homeless shelter and we have an hour long documentary investigation from a greater name Shane Dawson it's a popular and it isn't two thousand eight but has seen a resurgence of past year thing his new documentary format then we had an interview show called hot one one of my favorite where Lebanese answer tough questions or eating really spicy wings a doctor Gordon Ramsay with one of their most wanted gas since they started the show in twenty fifteen souls under the stairs and finally our number one top training video of the year in the US well no more alliance that with a video from James Charles one of the beauty community biggest stars and it was part of the public back and forth with another beauty creator that you can meet your front page celebrity news about what date were you with the trappings of allegations that had been made and and they were going back and forth dominant meeting community got it's all right so before the we believe from Gillette what was it about that when that seem to resonate with viewers I think it would really you know people thought that they were putting forward and very but the big point of view and and we see people coming to YouTube and watching videos and and the beating them in an evening with them and having conversations about them and this was because of that song pointed you people I had a lot of things that they about it since it was so with Gordon Ramsay I'm with videos like this do we just like these type of videos because say he's he's well known as a character obviously his uses very salty language to describe the the hot wings that he's eating does he have that I think that with this show in particular and really look in that traditional interview format in a new direction and shown how you can combine lewd with talking to celebrities in a way that we haven't really seen in other places and I think it was a combination of the star factor but people really loving the format is Madeleine Madeleine Buxton you too but trends experts it's six.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I guess is this the best a man can get eight around masculinity and it's a video and not because people like to watch them but they also want to talk about them and ate them then we had a challenge video like returning Mr beast here today we're going to fight every item in the store I think our gotten over twenty five million subscribers in this video he went into a store bought everything and donated it to a homeless shelter and we have an hour long documentary investigation returning and often it's unpopular and it isn't two thousand eight but has seen a resurgence of your thing his new documentary format then we had an interview so called hot one one of my favorite where Lebanese answer health questions well eating really thank you once they thought the Gordon Ramsay with one of their most wanted gas since they started the show in twenty fifteen cels under the stairs and finally our number one top running the the year ending last wed no more live this with a video from James Carl one of the beauty community they get tired and it was part of the public back and forth with another beauty creator that became leader in Lebanon is about what date were you would think of allegations that have been made and and they were going back and forth common god it's all right so before the we believe from Chile what was it about that when that seem to resonate with viewers I think it would really you know people thought that they were putting forward at the date when it you and and we see people coming into the locking videos and and the beating them and eating with them and having conversations about them and this was because of that song I need you well I had a lot of things about it so with Gordon Ramsay with videos like this do we just like these type of videos because say he's he's well known he's a character obviously his uses very salty language to describe the the the hot wings that he's eating does it does I think that with this cell in particular and really look in that traditional interview format in a new direction and shown how you can combine lewd with talking to celebrities in a way that we haven't really seen in other places and I think it was a combination of the dark back there but people really loving the format is Madeleine Madeleine Buxton YouTube trends experts it's.

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"mr. beast" Discussed on Anything in The World

Anything in The World

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"mr. beast" Discussed on Anything in The World

"My brother moves when he was one. You very tiny by then but now she is really big fourth fact daylight magic now. I do not have an actual magic show but I like performing for guests who come on my house such as my friends and my family. My Dad is really supportive member to me. He helps me with the tricks. My brother likes to make up his own tricks with my legs and my tricks and my mom always gives the tips like if she concede the magic. And what's happening fact number five? I am learning how to play guitar. now pretty bad and I still like playing it. I just like to say that if you like something you don't have to be good at it. You just do your best and play where you like either way onto the next fat. I love gameshows. My favorite one right now is probably the wall. I love lots of them. I loved the wall. I Love Family Feud I love deal or no deal. I Love A. What's it called wheel of fortune. But out of all those. I still like the wall of the most why because involves teamwork and with teamwork comes a lot of things in adult. No that's just what I really liked about it. Next five to my favorite movie is miracle there are lot of quotes such as this one. When you pull on that Jordan you represent yourself and your name on what is a hell of a lot more important than the one in the back? Throw your head and that one is by thing for others that the movie's really good. I don't work for the right now but if you guys have any chance to watch a movie you don't know what movie to watch. I would watch that one. It's an amazing movie. I watched the two times that I already want to watch it another one. It's great nine fact. My favorite youtubers are Nassar sixty-one coach Jeremy or to hockey Mr Beast and more J. Stu and now for the final fact of the day. I love all types of music. You give me your hip hop I will like it. You give me a pop I liken you give me a rock. I will like it. You give me a classical. I will like you can give me any song in the world. It will likely.

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North Carolina restaurant server given $10,000 cash tip by patron who ordered water

Tim Conway Jr.

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

North Carolina restaurant server given $10,000 cash tip by patron who ordered water

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